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View Quote [while planning to kill Marge] And that's the irony, Marge. I loved you. You may as well know it, Marge: I loved you. I don't know... maybe it's grotesque of me to say this now, so just write it on a piece of paper or something and put it in your purse for a rainy day. 'Tom loves me.' 'Tom loves me.'
View Quote Confusing cities in the famous expression, "See Naples and die!"
View Quote Dick? Dickie? I know you can hear me. What am I doing, chasing you around...? I was going to say I would count to three and if you didn't open the door, but I won't count any more. On you. I won't count on you any more. Whatever it is, whatever you've done or haven't done, you've broken my heart. That's one thing I know you're guilty of, and I don't know why. [crying] I don't know why, I just don't know why...
View Quote Good things about Mr. Ripley? Could take some time. Tom is talented. Tom is tender... Tom is beautiful... Tom is a mystery. Tom is not a nobody. Tom has secrets he doesn't want to tell me, and I wish he would. Tom has nightmares. That's not a good thing. Tom has someone to love him. That is a good thing. Tom is crushing me. Tom is crushing me... Tom, you're crushing me!
View Quote Hey, if I'm late, you should hear what her husband's saying!
View Quote I always thought it would be better to be a fake somebody than a real nobody.
View Quote I can't write and I can't spell. That's the privilege of a first class education.
View Quote I could **** this ice box, I love it so much.
View Quote I could live Dickie's life for him.
View Quote I don't care for B.S. I don't care to hear it. I don't care to speak it.
View Quote I love the fact that you brought Shakespeare with you and no clothes. Ermelinda says you wash the same shirt out every night. Is that true?
View Quote I really feel happy. As if I had been handed a whole new life.
View Quote If I could just go back... if I could rub everything out... starting with myself.
View Quote Marge — Ripley can't ski. We'll have to teach him that too. Such low class, Marge. Does this guy know anything?
View Quote Mr.Greenleaf also feels there was a silent promise in Dickie's letter to you which he intends to honor. He intends to transfer a good part of Dickie's income from his trust into your name. He doesn't intend on giving the Italian police any information about Dickie's past. He's rather hoping hoping you feel the same.