Bringing Up Baby

Bringing Up Baby quotes

35 total quotes (ID: 100)

Dr. David Huxley
Susan Vance

Alice Swallow: Oh David, what have you done?
David: Oh, just name anything and I've done it.

The point is I have a leopard. The question is, 'What am I gonna do with it?'

There is a leopard on your roof and it's my leopard and I have to get it and to get it I have to sing.

[limping after losing a heel] I was born on the side of a hill!

[reading from letter about Baby] "He's three years old, gentle as a kitten, and likes dogs." I wonder whether Mark means that he eats dogs or is fond of them?

[to David] If you had an aunt who would give you a million dollars if she liked you and you knew she wouldn't like you if she found a leopard in your apartment, what would you do?

[repeated line] I'll be with you in a minute, Mr. Peabody!

[In a dangerous tone, to Susan] Let's play a game... Watch, I'll put my hand over my eyes and then you go away... See and I'll count to ten, and when I take my hand down you will be gone!

There are only two things I have to do: finish my brontosaurus and get married at three o'clock.

How can all these things happen to just one person?

[On the telephone, to Alice] Yes, I did see Mr. Peabody but I didn't see him... Yes, I spoke to him twice but I didn't talk to him.

Susan,... Susan, I don't know, you look at everything upside down. I've never known any one quite like you.

Now it isn't that I don't like you, Susan, because, after all, in moments of quiet, I'm strangely drawn toward you, but — well, there haven't been any quiet moments.

When a man is wrestling a leopard in the middle of a pond, he's in no position to run.

Aunt Elisabeth: Of course I have a niece, but she's not singing around under windows. She's decently in bed.