Quotations About / On: NIGHT

  • 41.
    The massacre bleeds red, the screams do grow, then silent night does come
    (indians)
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  • 42.
    Speaking of my Thai wife, her smile melts away the dark nights
    (I found my wife, the love of my life in Thailand and we have been very happy together these past 39 years.)
    More quotations from: Darwin Henry Beuning
  • 43.
    Each night the Tree of Nut out of naught knits neat nuts.
    (Saiom Shriver)
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  • 44.
    Poetry has stolen my heart, love is stealing me back at night.
    (Emmanuel Adekunle)
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  • 45.
    If they take you in the morning, they will be coming for us that night.
    (James Baldwin (1924-1987), U.S. author. New York Review of Books (Jan. 7, 1971). "Open Letter to my Sister, Angela Davis.")
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  • 46.
    For the happiest life, days should be rigorously planned, nights left open to chance.
    (Mignon McLaughlin (b. c. 1915), U.S. author, editor. Atlantic (Boston, July 1965).)
    More quotations from: Mignon McLaughlin, life
  • 47.
    I can see this is going to be a long fuckin' night, convict.
    (Roger Spottiswoode, U.S. screenwriter, Walter Hill, and Larry Gross. Jack Cates (Nick Nolte), 48 Hours (1983).)
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  • 48.
    Last night, I dreamt I went to Manderlay again.
    (Robert E. Sherwood (1896-1955), U.S. screenwriter, and Joan Harrison (1911-1994), British screenwriter. Mrs. de Winter (Joan Fontaine), Rebecca, this is the first line of the movie (1940). Manderlay was the de Winter family estate.)
    More quotations from: Robert E Sherwood, night
  • 49.
    Venus can see at night without eyes.
    (Christina Stead (1902-1983), Australian novelist. For Love Alone, ch. 3 (written 1944, published Virago, n.d.). Lived and wrote in the U.S. and England.)
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  • 50.
    When Brad doesn't come nights, you'll know the blonde he's sitting up with is a giraffe.
    (Fredric M. Frank (1911-1977), U.S. screenwriter, Barre Lyndon (1896-1972), British, and Theodore St. John (1907-1956), U.S. screenwriter. Angel (Gloria Grahame), The Greatest Show On Earth, telling Holly (Betty Hutton) that she shouldn't be jealous of Brad's (Charleton Heston) devotion to the circus (1952).)
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