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man:
1. An adult human male.

QUOTES:

(1) Chris Morel (John Wayne) to Clara (Sheila Terry) in 'Neath the Arizona Skies (1934): 'Some men are like books written in a strange language, and that makes it awfully hard to read them .'

(2) Hortense (Alice Brady) about men in The Gay Divorcee (1934): ' There's nothing different about any of them except their neckties .'

(3) Sally Athelny (Frances Dee) and Philip Carey (Leslie Howard) in Of Human Bondage (1934):
-- Sally : ' Of course, I knew you never loved me as much as I loved you .'
-- Philip: ' Yes, that's usually the case . There's usually one who loves and one who is loved .'
-- Sally : ' It's always the same. If you want a man to be nice to you, you have to be rotten to him .'

(4) Jane Parker (Maureen O'Sullivan) to Martin Arlington (Paul Cavanaugh) after changing from her skimpy costume of skins into a Paris evening gown in Tarzan and His Mate (1934): ' Woman's greatest weapon is man's imagination .'

(5) Colonel Pickering (Scott Sunderland) and Professor Higgins (Leslie Howard) in Pygmalion (1938):
-- Colonel Pickering: ' Are you a man of good character where women are concerned? '
-- Professor Higgins: ' Have you ever known a man of good character where women are concerned? '

(6) Sabrina Fairchild (Audrey Hepburn) and Linus Larrabee (Humphrey Bogart) in Sabrina (1954):
-- Sabrina: ' It's so strange to think of you being touched by a woman . I always thought you walked alone .'
-- Linus: ' No man walks alone from choice .'

(7) Jerry (Jack Lemmon) disquised as a woman in Some Like It Hot (1959): ' We wouldn't be caught dead with men. Rough, hairy beasts. Eight hands. And they all want just one thing from a girl .'

(8) Molly Thatcher (Lee Remick) in The Wheeler Dealers (1963): ' Everyman has sex on the brain like it's some wonder drug, a cure-all for everything, cold , bursitis, arthritis .'

(9) Professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison) to Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) in My Fair Lady (1964): ' Most men are the marrying sort..., poor devils .'

(10) The General (Burgess Meredith) in Full Moon in Blue Water (1988): ' Men are just a bunch of tit-less females, if you ask me .'

(11) Sarah Jennings (Madonna) in Dangerous Game (1993): ' Why did God create men? (...) Because vibrators can't mow the lawn .'

(12) Elie (Kevin Pollak) to his friend David Crown (Arye Gross) in The Opposite Sex. And How to Live With Them (1993): ' Yes! We're disgusting! We're men! We're idiots! It's the law .'

(13) Adam Cook (Oscar Levant) and Jerry Mulligan (Gene Kelly) in An American in Paris (1951):
-- Adam : ' What are you so glum about? '
-- Jerry: ' I got woman trouble .'
-- Adam : ' Well, that proves you're a man .'

(14) Lucy Cashdollar (Thelma Ritter) to Molly (Betty Grable) in The Farmer Takes a Wife (1953): ' You can't make a man over into something he ain't. They're born with faults and by the time we get them they've saved up quite a collection .'

(15) Serafina (Anna Magnani) giving a silk shirt to truck-driver Alvaro (Burt Lancaster) in The Rose Tattoo (1955): ' Nothing is too good for a man if the man is good .'

(16) Sixty years old Yonkers Horace Vandergelder (Paul Ford) in The Matchmaker (1958): ' There's nothing like mixing with women to bring out all the foolishness in a man of sense .'

(17) Greg Adams (Suzy Parker) proposing a toast to her roommates Caroline Bender (Hope Lange) and April Morrison (Diane Baker) in The Best of Everything (1959): ' Here's to men. Bless their clean-cut faces and their dirty little minds .'

(18) Kate (Meg Ryan), whose bags were stolen by a conman at the George V hotel, and Frenchman Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995):
-- Kate: ' All men are bastards! '
-- Luc: ' Not all. I mean, some are just trying to help .'
-- Kate: ' You know , I never thought I'd be the kind of woman to say this, but all men are bastards .'
-- Luc: ' The guy who was talking to you, he was ....'
-- Kate: ' A bastard . A Euro-trash in Armani-kind of bastard .'
-- Luc: ' He was wearing a black suit with a yellow shirt? '
-- Kate: ' Yeah. You know him? Of course you know him. All you bastards know each other. Bastards! '

(19) Maria Lanyi (Rise Stevens) and Bernard Fisher (Nigel Bruce) in The Chocolate Soldier (1941):
-- Mara: ' Men of his type don't grow-on trees .'
-- Bernard: ' No, they swing on them .'

(20) Harris B . Telemaker (Steve Martin) in L.A. Story (1991): 'I was a big, dumb male .'

2. A human being; a person.

3. Human beings collectively; the human race.

4. Or: little-man , the penis . See penis for synonyms.




See Also: 17-ketosteroid, 175, 4-F(s), 411, 50:50, 501s, 69, a bit ginger, a bit on the Wilde side, aberration, accommodate, accoucheur, Accu-Jac, ace, achnutshik, acokoinonia, act, act of darkness, actual intercourse rate, acucullophilia, Adam, Adam-and-Eveing, adolescent homosexuality, adventuress, advertising pilgrim, aging actress, aidocratia, algorsenia, all meat, no potatoes, all the way, all wool and a yard long, all-night trick, all-nighter, alley cat, alligator, alloandrism, allorgasmia, allovalent, alphamegamia, altar of hymen, alter kocker, alternating flame, ambisexual, American trombone, Amor vincit omnia, anal intercourse, anal joyrider, anal virgin, anal-genital intercourse, Andrew phenomenon, androgynophilia, androgynous fucking, androgyny, android, andrologist, andromania, andromimetic, andromimetophilia, androphile, androphilia, androphilic, androphilist, androphobia, angel food, animal sex, anogenital intercourse, anorast, anorchous, anthropoid, anthropophagy, anything on two legs, aphrodette, Are you keeping it for the worms?, Are you saving it for the worms?, arm-in-arming, arrhenphobia, arsenosadism, ass hound, ass man, ass-a-holic, asshole buddies, Athanasian wench, attitudes, attractive, auntie man, auntie queen, automonosexualism, autopederasty, autopedication, avisodomy, b-boy, B-girl, babette, baby, baby in the boat, baby porker, baby-grinder, baby-snatcher, babys arm, babys forearm, bach night, bachelor, bachelor night, bachelor-man, bachelor-woman, back scuttle, back-door man, backed up, backup, bad, bad girl, bagels, bagger double entry, bait, baker's dozen, bald man in a boat, baldy, ball gown, ballast, banged up, bar girl, Barbarella, basher, basiter, basitrix, basket party, basket shopping, basket-watcher, basketeer, bat boy, batch night, battle-axe, battybwoy, battyman, bay window, beach whale, beads, bear, bear lover, beard, beard-splitter, bearded lady, beat one's time, beauhunk, beaver patrol, beaver posse, beaver trap, beaver-retriever, bed hopper, bed-swerver, bedswerver, beef cakes, beefcake books, beefcakery, beeveedees, belle boy, belly-buster, belly-fucker, belly-queen, bemascopia, bend some ham, bender, benny, benny house, best part, Bethlehem Steel, Betty shits her dress, Betty shitting her shoes, Beulah-lover, bi, big conk, big cock, big dame hunter, big dick queen, Big feet, big meat, big fella, the, big game, big game hunter, big head, big hunk of meat, Big nose, big hose, big number, big woman, bigamy, biker, bikini brief, bird's nester, birdie, bisexual, bitches' blinds, bivirist, BJM, black in white, black jack, black pencil, black snake, black widow, blackjack, blackleg, Blackout Romeo, blazer, bloke, blow job, blue balls, blueballs, Bluebeard, boink, bone addict, bone queen, boner, boobs, boomer, boot slave, boots and shoes fetish, bopper, bordello, boretto man, bottle opener, bottom, bottomless pool, boudoir bandit, bounder, bouquet of pansies, bow window, boy Friday, boy herder, boy in the boat, boy marriage, boy toy, boy's smoking house, boys, boyz, brace yourself, Sheila, bread basket, break somebody in, break wind, breast man, breeder, brick shithouse, bring out (of the closet), brother starling, Brown family, Brown Joe, browning queen, bubby boob, bubby bube, buck face, bud, buddy, bug-fucker, bull pen, bull ring, buller, bum chain, bum fiddler, bum tickler, bum-fighter, bumper-to-bumper, bumpers, bumping pussies, bunch-punch, bungie-boy, burglar, bush bunny, bush child, butch, butch it up, butch-queen, butt smasher, buttered bun, buttfuck buddy, buttock climber, buttonhole worker, BVDs, bwoy, C-food, caboose, cad, cafeteria, cake boy, campus butcher, campy, candidiasis, candy-leg, capricornified, capricornus, Caprihorny, carnalite, Casanova, Caspar Milquetoast, Castro clone, catamite, Cateracts of the Nile, cavalier, cavaulter, cave man, centerfold, chain fuck, chain gang, chain sex, chance sandwich, chancroid, change of life, change one's luck, charge, chauvering-cove, cheek kiss, cheilocunnidipity, cherry picker, chick fancier, chick-chaser, chicken freak, chicken hawk, chicken snatchitori, chicken-coop, chicken-house, Chief Boot Knocka, Chimaropia, chimney sweep, chin-strap, chiromania, chiselette, chiseling cutie, chlamydia, Chlamydia trachomatis, chocolate lover, chubby chaser, chucking a sausage down the Old Kent Road, chucking a worm up the Mersey Tunnel, Circe, claim jumper, clapster, clean it up, clean up, clicket, clitorilingus, clitoris, clone, closet, the, club sandwich, coal burner, cock, cock block, cock hound, cock sucker, cock-and-hen, cock-pleaser, cock-smitten, cock-tease, cockaholic, cockhound, cockish, cocksman, cocksmith, cocksucker, cocktease, cocoa butter, codger, codpiece, coital alignment technique, coital position, coital posture, coition, cojones, cold meat, collar ad, collar-and-tie, college fuck, college style, colpkinophilia, colpopetia, combo, a, come-freak, come-on boy, coming and going, common shore, common-law husband, common-law wife, concubine, controsexual, copula fornicatoria, Corinthian, Corsican, cottager, cottaging, cotton ball, couple, couple freak, courtesan, courtesan fantasy, courting cream, coxsman, cradle-robber, cradle-snatcher, crave, crazy about, creature of the night, creep house, creep-joint, creeper, Crisco cottage, crone, croopy, crotch voyeur, crotch-peeper, crusher, cuckold, cuissade, cum-freak, cundum, cunnilinguate, cunt hunt, cunt-struck, cunt-tease, cunt-teaser, cupcake, cupiding, curb crawler, curry queen, cute, cute trick, daddy-type, dainties, daisy, daisy chain, dame-on-the-make, damp, the, dandy, dangling a worm in a paste bucket, DAP, dash one's doodle, daylights, dead infertile, deadlier of the species, deadwood, dealing, December-May romance, decensus, decoy(er), defecation, deflower, Delilah syndrome, delinolagnia, dells, demi-vierge, demimondaine, demimonde, diamond-digger, Diana complex, diapiresalgia, dick-drinker, dicked in the pudding, difficult brown, digger, dimple-dick, dinge queen, dinner basket, dioning, dirty mac brigade, dish, do it with oneself, do oneself, do some good for yourself, Doctor Cocker, dog, dog with two dicks, doll face, dolly-mopper, Don Juan, Don Juan syndrome, Don Juanism, donkey-, dont fight it, its bigger than both of us, dork, Dorothy's friend, double adapter, double hung, double jacking, double moral standard, double sexual standard, double standard, double-entry, double-gaited, double-life (wo/man), doughed-up darling, Dowager Queen, down, dowry, drag, drag queen, dragon lady, drain the lizard, drape queen, draped, drawers, dreamboat, dress to the right (or to the left), dribble-cock, dripper, dripsy, drooper, droopy, dueting, dunkie, eager beaver, easy on the eyes, easy pink, easy rider, easy to look at, eel-skinner, effeminate, egg McMuff, egg McMuffin, Egyptian queen, enjoy a man, erectile dysfunction, erotica, erotocrat, erotomonomania, escort, essayeur, eunuch, evening socket, evirate, eviration, ex-bach, experienced, eye-giver, eyes, face job, fag bag, fag factory, fag hag, fag stag, faggot's moll, Fagin, fairy hawk, fall in love (with), fallen star, falsies, family jewels, fancy-pants, fast worker, favor, feathery flick, the, feed the dumb glutton, fellate, fellatio, fellator, female impersonator, feminine heart pumper, feminosexual, fetish, fetishism, FFA, fifty-fifty, figs, fine figure, fires of hell, fish, fish queen, fishwife, flapper, flat tire, flesh fly, flesh sandwich, flirt, flogging cully, floozy, flop in, floral arrangement, flower house, fly jockey, fly-cage, fond of, food gone to waist, fool for dames, a, forbidden fruit eater, forgotten woman, fornicatory doll, Four Fs, fox hunter, Fred, free holder, freebie, French, French art(s), French embassy, Friend of Dorothy, frog prince, frogging cully, front office, front porch, frontage, fruit-fly, fruit-picker, fuck handles, fuck-beggar, fucker, fucks anything on two legs, fucks anything with a hole in it, fuckster, Full lips, fill lips, fumbler, funny that way, he's, G-string, gagger, gallant, gamecock, gander, gander month, gang bang, gang shag, gang shay, gap-stopper, gash hound, gay, gay basher, gay deceiver, gay fellow, gay for pay, gay gene, gay liberation, gay youthism, gaydar, gazoony, gender outlaw, generous keeper, genital herpes, genital herpes simplex virus, gentleman of the road, gents, the, get a little, Get any?, get into, get lucky, get one's oats, get one's oil changed, get the upshot, gets more ass than a toilet seat, Getting some?, gifted, gigolette, gigolo, gimme girl, gingambobs, girl-chaser, give him one, give him rocks, give juice for jelly, give soft for hard, giver of the eye, glory hole, gloryhole, glutton, go doddling, go doodling, go stinky, goat, goatee, God's gift to women, gold mine, gold-digger, gold-digging, gold-miner, golden shower, gonorrhea, good looker, good woman, good-time Barney, good-time Charlie, goodyear (tire), gopher tits, grandma, grant sexual favors, great lover, Greek, Greek god, grimm's fairy, grinder, grouser, grow on, gully-raker, guy, gynandry, H, had more ass than a toilet seat, hag, hair monger, hair splitter, Hairy back, bad in the sack, hairy banana, hairy-chested, half a cob, half and half, half-husband, hand gig, hand job, hand-warmers, Hands off your cocks, feet in your socks!, handsome, hangover, have a bit of bum, have a bit of tail, have a brush with the cue, have a dame complex, have a hot roll with cream, have a little death, have a live sausage for supper, have flapperitis, have ones way with, he-male, he-man, he-mannified, he-mannish, head hunter, heap of coke, heart breaker-upper, heart-crusher, heart-smasher, heartbreaker, heavy hitter, heel, heliogabalus, help-spend, hemale, henpecked, her indoors, herosexual, herstory, heterosexual, high heels fetish, high priest of Paphos, high-voltage sheik, hirsutophilia, hit and run guy, hit-and-runner, hive it, hog, hold out, hole, holer, home cooking, homework, homi-polone, hominophobia, homo mollis, homo-, homo-lover, homoerotophobia, homogenic, homoism, homophile, homophobia, homosexual, homosocial, homunculi, honey, honey man, hooker, hootchy-kootchy, hop on, horatio, horizontal refreshment, horn, horn-dog, horniness, horse and buggy fuggy, horseman, hot, hot beef injection, hot flame, hot meat injection, hot pants, hot roll with cream, hot-water bag, hotcha, Hottentot apron, hound dog, huffle, hum a tune (on the flute), Humphreys, hung, hungry girl, hunk, hunk of ass, hunk of beef, hunk of butt, hunkorama, husband, hustler, hypersexual, hypersexuality, hypothalamus, Iceburg Slim, idiogamist, ill-piece, illegal cohabitation, illicit relations, illicit sex, imagination, impotence, impotency, in love, in the closet, in-sisters, INAH, inamorato, intercourse position, interested in only one thing, intersexual, interspecies sex, invirility, involutional gyneacomastia, isomulcia, isosexual, it-chaser, jack, jack off, Jack Straw, jack-gagger, jail bait, jailhouse pussy, jaisy, jam, jawbreaker, jazzbo, jean queen, jelly-belly, jewel coaxer, Jewish by hospitalization, Jewish by operation, jock and boxer, Joe Blow, Joe Doe, Joe Zilch, john, john among the maids, John Doe, John Q. Citizen, John Q. Public, John Willie, Johnny Queen, johnny-come-lately, johns, johnson, juice, juice for jelly, jumbler, jungle meat, junior, kanakas, kidney wiper, king of clubs, king triad, Kinsey Report, kishkes, kiss, knave of hearts, knocker, KY cow house, ladies' cherce, ladies' choice, ladies' man, ladies' tailor, lady's man, lady-chaser, lady-killer, lady-love, ladybug, ladylike, latrine, lavender, Lazarus, leaping over the sword, leather, Leather Lane, leather stretcher, lecher, left-handed wife, leg man, leg-lifter, less-than-a-man's, libertine, lick, licorice stick, lie in a state, lift a leg, light on his feet, like chucking a sausage down the Old Kent Road, like chucking a worm up the Mersey Tunnel, limp-dick, limp-prick, little boy in the boat, Little Dick, Little Dickie, little head, little man, little man in the boat, little pinkie, little sliver of flesh, little woman, the, live wire, lobbing it through an open window, lollipop stop, lone man, lone wolf, lonelyhearts' club, long pole, long pork, long trade, longfellow, longhorn, loose fish, loose in his loafers, Lothario, lounge beetle, lounge lizard, love handles, love juice, love machine, love pirate, love pump, love that dare not speak its name, the, love thief, love-hate, lovemaking position, lover, lucky Pierre, lunch, lunch box, lunchbox, luncheonette, lusty-guts, M.S.M., machismo, macho, mack, macko man, madonna-whore syndrome, make a milk run, make a move on, make a pass at, make a pit stop, Make hay while the sun shines, make the milk run, make whoopee, make-out artist, maker, making the bald man cry, making the bald man puke, making whoopee, male chauvinist pig, male climacteric, male condom, male dominant, male menopause, maledom, man, man about town, man chaser, man in the (row)boat, man mountain, man of affairs, man on the street, man-above position, man-below position, man-eater, man-on-top position, man-proof, manbone, manglish, manhood, mankind, manliness, manometer, mansculine, mantrap, marble palace, masher, mashie, masturbation-female, mazophallist, MCP, measurements, meat, meat hound, meat-monger, melting moments, men's lib, men's magazine, menage a trois, mensch, menschkite, merkin, middle-age spread, midnight lace, midnight queen, milk-woman, millimeter-peter, milquetoast(y), misogamy, misogyny, Miss Nancy, Miss Thing, Miss Tijuana, misses, missionary, missionary position, missus, moll hunter, money trick, money-honey, moniliasis, monogamy, mother-in-law, motorcycle, mount, Mr. Horner, Mr. Right, mucky duck, mucky pup, mutton-monger, muttoner, mysandry, nail, nancy boy, needle-dick, negrera, ninnies-splitter, nipple, no spring flower, no-nuts, non-conforming gender, nonconforming gender, noose, Norman Normal, nothin cock, nothing cock, nut-rock, nuts, nympho, old baldy, old blind Bob, old codger, old fashioned way, old goat, old goat-peter, old hat, old lady, old man, old one-eye, old timer, old warty cod, old woman, onanism, oncer, opening, oragenital sex, oral copulation (of the penis), oral eroticism, oral genitalism, oral sex, oral stimulation, oral-genital sex, oralism, oscar, other woman, the, p's and q's, packing heat, packs a ton, he, packs a wallop, he, padded bra, padding, paederast, paederasty, pair, palooka, panel house, paper ass, paramour, parlor lizard, party, past his prime, paste, Patess, pay papa, pecs, pects, pederast, pederastic marriage, pederasty, pee-dee, peel one's best end in, peepee hole, penal dick, pencil dick, penile colony, penis, penis envy, penis equivalent, penis femineus, penis muliebris, penis size, perianal area, phallocrat, philanderer, pick-up artist, pickup, pilgrim, pills, pimped down, pimple-prick, pin, pine, pinup boy, pissing someone off, pissworm, play rub-belly, play the flute, play the skin flute, playboy, playgirl, playing canasta, playing chopsticks, playing solitaire, playmate, plug, plugging, pocket twister, pod juice, pole vaulting, ponce, poncess, poodle queen, poofy, poon hound, pop, popular with the ladies, pornography, possesh, Post coitum triste omni est, post-coital tristesse, pot and pan, prairie oysters, pray with the knees upwards, predator, pregnant, premature ejaculator, prick-juice, prick-scourer, prick-skinner, prick-tease, prick-teaser, prigger, princepessa, procurer, promiscuous, proper Casanova, a, proposition, prospector, prostate, prostitute, prostitute-versus-madonna syndrome, prostitution, protector, proud, prune person, pull a train, pull in your horns, pull-over, pulling the train, pump one's pickle, pump your nads, punker, pursonality papa, pussy-whipped, quail hunter, queen, queen bee, queen for a day, queen triad, queen's tanks, queener, queerie, quicunque vult, quim-sticker, rake, Ramona Rottencrotch, rancid flower, raspberry, rear entry, rejection, relationship, rhubard, ribald gent, ride the spike, ride the wild pony, riding in another mans saddle, riding St. George, riding the bitch's seat, ring around the rosey, RM, Romeo, romp, rooster, rose between two thorns, rounder, rout, rubber tire, rump-splitter, run after, rutter, sack chaser, sandwich, sausage sandwich, saving it, scelerophobia, schtup, scorekeeper, scrotcher, seducer, see a dog about a man, see a man about a dog, semen, senility, senoreater, seven year itch, sewing circle, sex, sex appeal, sex drive, sex hormones, sex machine, sex monger, sex position, sex-chauvinist, sexist, sextortioner, sexual ego, sexual intercourse, sexual object, sexual organs, sexual position, sexual relations, sexually focused chronologically gifted individual, sexually transmitted disease, shag artist, shake up, share bed and board, Sheik, shit-house, shit-palm, shithouse, shot betwixt wind and water, shot up the straight, shoving a sausage up Regent Street, shoving it into the Lincoln Tunnel, shtup, shunamitism, side dish, sightseer, silent epidemic, silent flute, simulsex, simulsexual, sin, single man, single woman, sis, sissies, sissy, sitter, sixty-nine, skin flute, skin the live rabbit, skin-diver, skivvies, skivvy, slap and tickle, sleep with, slice of damp, slick chick, sloppy seconds, slowie, slug, smell-smock, smockster, smooching, smooth article, smooth operator, smoothie, snake, snatch, snow queen, socket money, sodoma imperfecta, sodomite, sodomy, soft chancre, soiled senior citizen, Solomon, son of Venus, soul sauce, sow one's wild oats, spaneria, spare rib, spare tire, spark, sparker, sparking, spermatic juice, sperminator, spider lady, spill, spinach queen, spintra, spit, spoons, sportsman, spread for someone, spread your legs, Spunky, squaw man, stacked, stag, stag hag, stag mag, stare, stickman, stinky, stone butch, straight lay, stud, Studgitarius, studhammer, stuff a turkey, stuffy, Stumpy, stup, succubus, sugar bowl, sugar daddy, sugar honey, sugar papa, sugar-cookie, supper-jet, sweater girl, sweet meat, sweet papa, sweethearting, sweetman, swinger, swordfighting, swordsman, T boy, T man, T-room, table-for-twoing, taco queen, tail juice, tail sister, tailless, take in beef, take in cream, take it in, take the starch out of, talent, tallywhacker, tamale-pie eater, tanpon it long, tantaleur, tantaleuse, tardagen, tarzoon, tattoo boy, tea room, tea room trade, tea-hound, teahouse, teahouse of the August moon, tearoom, tearoom trade, temptation, temptress, Texas longhorn, Thomas, three-inch fool, three-layer cake, three-legged, three-legged bloomers, three-way broad, three-way frail, threesies, threesome, thrill, thriller, throbbing, tightie whities, Tijuana queen, tinkler-belle, tired-old thing, tit man, tit-fucker, tits man, titter, titty bug, titty-freak, tom, tomcat, tomcat with three balls, tommy, town b, town bike, town pump, town punch, town tramp, TP, trading post, tranny hawk, transgendered, transgressively gendered, transmale, transman, trapper, triangle, trichomoniasis, trim, trimming the hedges, triolism, triple crown, triple header, triple penetration, triple play, troilism, tug-mutton, tummy-tickler, tun, turn on, turn over, turn up one's tail, turnover, twat hair, twat-crazy, twat-happy, twilight boys, twilight lads, twinkboner, twixter, two-fisted, two-mama papa, twofer, unisex, unnatural, unwritten law, uptown gal, uranian, uranist, usurper, uttana-bandha, vagina, vagina dentata, vaginal yeast infection, vamp, vampire, Vaseline Villa, venereal sore, Venus with a penis, Viagra junkie, vibrating masturbator, view master, view queen, village bicycle, village bike, village people, virgin, virile, virtuoso of the skin flute, vital statistics, vive la différence, wack, wack off, wagtail, walk-up fuck, walking hard-on, walking the street(s), walking tripod, wandering hand, wanton, wap, war paint, Was it good for you too?, Watering the Oak Tree, well-endowed, well-equipped, well-furnished, well-hung, well-loaded, wencher, western, wet, wet and willing, Wet Cuddles, wet deck(s), wet dream, wet dream-girl, wet noodle, wet-on, wham-bam-thank-you-ma'am, what's-his-name, wheelchair set, whipped, whisker splitter, whiskey dick, white owl, whole, whoopee, whore-hopper, whorehound, whoremaster, whoremonger, whoreson, wife, wild ride on the baloney pony, willie, wimmin, wimpy dick, wind-jammer, wolf, wolf whistle, wolfess, wolfish, woman's home companion, woman-chaser, woman-on-top position, womanizer, wommon, womyn, woodworker, WTM, X.Y.Z., XYZ, yard, yeast infection, young blade, young buck, yummies, zipless fuck, zipper morals, zoo number, zoophobia, zulubruiser,

Quotes Containing man:
Sung by Goldie in Young Indiana Jones / Mystery of the Blues (1992): 'He shakes my ashes / greases my griddle / churns my butter / strokes my fiddle . / My man is such a handy man . / He flaps my flapjacks / cleans up the table / feeds the horses / in my stable . / My man is such a handy man . / Sometimes he's up / long before dawn / busy trimming the edges off of my law. / My man is such a handy man .'
Sung by Goldie in Young Indiana Jones / Mystery of the Blues (1992): ''He shakes my ashes / greases my griddle / churns my butter / strokes my fiddle . / My man is such a handy man . / He flaps my flapjacks / cleans up the table / feeds the horses / in my stable . / My man is such a handy man . / Sometimes he''s up / long before dawn / busy trimming the edges off of my law. / My man is such a handy man .''
''A man who doesn''t spend time with his family can never be a real man .'' Don Corleone (Marlon Brando) in The Godfather (1972)
Vladimir Ivanoff (Robin Williams) a recent Russian immigrant to the US confronts a man who has been following him on the streets of New York in Moscow on the Hudson (1984): - Vlad: ''FBI?'' - Man: ''FBI? No.'' - Vlad: ''KGB?'' - Man: ''KGB? No... G-A-Y.'' - Vlad: ''G?...A?...Y?... No!''
Joey O''Brien (Robin Williams) in Cadillac Man (1990): ''Even a blind man can tell she''s hot .''
Dorothy Parker: ''Never run-after a bus or a man , there''ll be another one along in a minute.'' Rephrased slightly by the Marlboro (Don Johnson) to Harley (Mickey Rourke) in Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991): ''My old-man used to say, before he left this shitty world , never chase buses or women. You always get left behind .''
Michael Dorsey (Dustin Hoffman) to Julie Nichols (Jessica Lange) in Tootsie (1982): 'I was a better man with you as a woman that I ever was with a woman as a man . I just have to learn to do without the dress.'
Colonel Pickering (Scott Sunderland) and Professor Higgins (Leslie Howard) in Pygmalion (1938) - Pickering:'Are you a man of good character where women are concerned?' - Higgins:'Have you ever known a man of good character where women are concerned?'
D'Artagnan (Gabriel Byrne) in The Man in the Iron Mask (1998): 'I believe that one man can love one woman all his life and be the better for it .'
Richard Nugent (Cary Grant) and Susan Turner (Shirley Temple) in The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947): - Richard : ''It''s awful what a woman can do to a man . Look at history: Caesar and Cleopatra.'' - Susan: ''Napoleon and Josephine.'' - Richard : ''All of them. Behind every defeated man there''s a frustrated love .''
Molly Monahan (Barbara Stanwyck) to Jeff Butler (Joel McCrea) in Union Pacific (1939): ''You think I''m an outrageous flirt . (...) But didn''t you ever know that flirting get''s into a woman''s blood like fighting get''s into a man''s? Now a girl begins coquetting to discover if she has the power. Then she goes looking, like a fighter after a bully , for the hardest man to conquer, but it''s never the man she wants, it''s the pleasure of bringing him to her feet.''
Richard Nugent (Cary Grant) and Susan Turner (Shirley Temple) in The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947): - Richard : 'It's awful what a woman can do to a man . Look at history: Caesar and Cleopatra.' - Susan: 'Napoleon and Josephine.' - Richard : 'All of them. Behind every defeated man there's a frustrated love .'
Richard Nugent (Cary Grant) and Susan Turner (Shirley Temple) in The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947): - Richard : 'It's awful what a woman can do to a man . Look at history: Caesar and Cleopatra.' - Susan: 'Napoleon and Josephine.' - Richard : 'All of them. Behind every defeated man there's a frustrated love .'
Mrs. Pendrake (Faye Dunaway) to Little Big Man/Jack Crabb (Dustin Hoffman) in Little Big Man (1970): 'We all must resist temptation . Purity is it's own reward.'
Sancho Panza (James Coco) to Aldonza (Sophia Loren) speaking of Don Quichote in Man of La Mancha (1972): 'They say one mad man makes in hundred and love makes in thousand.'
Clarence (William Powell) having a man-to-man talk about women with his son Clarence, Jr. (Jimmy Lydon) in Life with Father (1947): - Clarence Day: ''All you have to do is be firm. (...)'' - Clarence. Jr.: ''Yes, but Father, what can you do when they cry?''
Clarence (William Powell) having a man-to-man talk about women with his son Clarence, Jr. (Jimmy Lydon) in Life with Father (1947): - Clarence Day: ''All you have to do is be firm. (...)'' - Clarence. Jr.: ''Yes, but Father, what can you do when they cry?''
Clarence (William Powell) having a man-to-man talk about women with his son Clarence, Jr. (Jimmy Lydon) in Life with Father (1947): - Clarence Day: ''All you have to do is be firm. (...)'' - Clarence. Jr.: ''Yes, but Father, what can you do when they cry?''
Maid Marian (Una Thurman) in Robin Hood (1991): ''I will not marry to symbolize a peace or to ratify a treaty. But this man I will take because he makes the May tree blossom and the bees buzz in my breasts. I will take this man because he brings springtime to my heart .''
Tira''s (Mae West) answer to her maid in I''m No Angel (1933): - Maid: ''I was under the impression you were a one-man woman .'' - Tira: ''I am. One man at a time.''
Tira''s (Mae West) answer to her maid in I''m No Angel (1933): - Maid: ''I was under the impression you were a one-man woman .'' - Tira: ''I am. One man at a time.''
'A man is a man I-suppose . They're all tarred with the same brush .' Geraldine 'Gerry' Jeffers (Claudette Colbert) in The Palm Beach Story (1942).
''Woman is the soul of man , the radiance that lights his way . Woman is glory.'' Don Quixote (Peter O''Toole) to Aldonza/Dulcinea (Sophia Loren) in Man of La Mancha (1972)
''Woman is the soul of man , the radiance that lights his way . Woman is glory.'' Don Quixote (Peter O''Toole) to Aldonza/Dulcinea (Sophia Loren) in Man of La Mancha (1972)
''Woman is the soul of man , the radiance that lights his way . Woman is glory.'' Don Quixote (Peter O''Toole) to Aldonza/Dulcinea (Sophia Loren) in Man of La Mancha (1972)
Oscar Wilde: 'Yet each man kills the thing he loves / By each let this be heard / Some do-it with a bitter look / Some with a flattering word / The coward does it with a kiss / The brave man with a sword!'
''Easy now! Easy now! Is this a courting or a donnybrook? Have the good manners not to hit the man until he''s your husband and able to hit you back .'' Michaelen Flynn (Barry Fitzgerald), the matchmaker, to Mary Kate Danaher (Maureen O''Hara) and Sean Thornton (John Wayne) in The Quiet Man (1952)
Ian (Joe Mantegna) and Chazz (Brendan Fraser) watching Pip (Adam Sandler) with Suzzy (Nina Siemaszko) in Airheads (1994): - Ian: ''How does he do that?'' - Chazz: ''Pip? The man gets his hands on more bumpers than a body-shop .'' - Ian: ''With that I-seem-so-stupid-I-must-be-cute routine?'' - Chazz: ''That''s the quiet cool . Chics, man , they just lock on it .''
Colonel Pickering (Scott Sunderland) and Professor Higgins (Leslie Howard) in Pygmalion (1938): - Colonel Pickering: ''Are you a man of good character where women are concerned?'' - Professor Higgins: ''Have you ever known a man of good character where women are concerned?''
Serafina (Anna Magnani) giving a silk shirt to truck-driver Alvaro (Burt Lancaster) in The Rose Tattoo (1955): ''Nothing is too good for a man if the man is good.''
Colonel Pickering (Scott Sunderland) and Professor Higgins (Leslie Howard) in Pygmalion (1938): - Colonel Pickering: ''Are you a man of good character where women are concerned?'' - Professor Higgins: ''Have you ever known a man of good character where women are concerned?''
Serafina (Anna Magnani) giving a silk shirt to truck-driver Alvaro (Burt Lancaster) in The Rose Tattoo (1955): ''Nothing is too good for a man if the man is good.''
'What is that man doing in my drawers!?' Nora Charles (Myrna Loy) when she sees a detective searching her commode drawers in The Thin Man (1934)
Richard Nugent (Cary Grant) and Susan Turner (Shirley Temple) in The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947): - Richard :''It''s awful what a woman can do to a man . Look at history: Caesar and Cleopatra.'' - Susan:''Napoleon and Josephine.'' - Richard :''All of them. Behind every defeated man there''s a frustrated love .''
Drag queens Noxema/Zima Jackson/Auntie Noxy (Wesley Snipes) and Chichi Rodriquez (John Leguizamo) in To Wong Foo. Thanks for Everything. Julie Newmar (1995): - Noxema: ''Darling, if you''re going to become a drag-queen , you''re gonna have to learn these things. '' - Chichi: ''What do you mean ''a drag queen''? I am a drag queen!'' - Noxema: ''Oh, child, no , no , no . You''re simply a boy in a dress. When a straight man puts a dress and gets his sexual kick he is a transvestite ; when a man is a woman trapped in a man''s body and has the little operation he is a transsexual ; (...) when a gay man has way too much fashion sense for one gender he is a drag-queen . (...) And when a light little Latin boy puts on a dress he is simply a boy in a dress.'' In the end , they agree to give Chichi the temporary title of ''drag princess .''
Graffito: ''As a man grows old his balls grow cold .''
''She was real easy-to-look-at but I hoped I never saw her again.'' Smith (Bruce Willis) in Last Man Standing (1999)
Thief and con man William Shaw (Matthew Modine) dancing with a richly bejewelled lady in Cutthroat Island (1995) - Shaw: 'I'm a medical man , a doctor.' - Lady: 'Oh, my! (...) With higher anatomy you must know a great deal about the human body.' - Shaw: 'Indeed, madam . Every bit of it . All the ins and outs. In medecine it is our obligation to probe to the very bottom of things. '
Whispered by the High Lama (Sam Jaffe) in Lost Horizon (1937): ''Every man carries in his heart a Shangri-la.''
''I can lick any man .'' From Encyclopedia of Graffiti. Robert Reisner & Lorraine Wechsler (1974)
Woodrow Wyatt: 'A man falls in-love through his eyes , a woman through her ears. '
Graffito: ''Man who go-to-bed-with problem in-hand wake up in the morning with solution at his finger tips. ''
Graffito: ''Man who go-to-bed-with problem in-hand wake up in the morning with solution at his finger tips. ''
Mavis Arden (Mae West) in Go West, Young Man (1936): ''Men are my life .''
'I'm a one-woman man , and I've had mine, thank God.' Ben Butley (Alan Bates) in Butley (1973)
Mavis Arden (Mae West) in Go West, Young Man (1936): ''Men are my life .''
Jimmy (Tom Selleck) in An Innocent Man (1989): 'Marriage... the final frontier!'
Iram Katourian (Jack Lemmon) talking to his mistress Irene (Joanna Gleason) about his wife Millie (Talia Shire) in For Richer, For Poorer (1992): - Irene: ''Iram, do you really think that your money has anything to do with Millie''s sex drive?'' - Iram: ''Oh, absolutely. You''ve heard the phrase: power is an aphrodisiac? That applies to marriage especially. See, a poor man has tremendous power over his wife . She needs him. Without his support, her, the kids... she humps the hell out of him. The richer a man is the less his wife is depending upon him, the less power he has over her and the less sexy he becomes to her. It''s a law of nature.'' - Irene: ''Horniness equals dependence times poverty squared.''
Sally (Meg Ryan) and Harry (Billy Crystal) in When Harry Met Sally (1989): - Sally Albright: 'Harry, we are just going to be friends.' - Harry Burns: 'You realise of course that we can never be friends.' - Sally Albright: 'Why not?' - Harry Burns: 'What I'm saying is, and this is not a come-on in any way , shape or form, is that men and women can't be friends because the sex part always gets in the way . (...) Because no man can be friends with a woman he finds attractive . He always wants to have-sex-with her.' - Sally Albright: 'So, you're saying that a man can be friends with a woman he finds unattractive.' - Harry Burns: 'No, you pretty much want to nail them too.'
Willie Stark (Broderick Crawford) in All the King's Men (1949): 'Man is conceived in sin and born in corruption.'
Madeline/Shanghai Lily (Marlene Dietrich) in Shanghai Express (1932): ''It took more thanone man to change my name to Shanghai Lily.''
Dorothy Shaw (Jane Russell) in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953): 'I like a man who can run faster than I can .'
Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) and Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) in When Harry Met Sally (1989): - Sally : 'Harry, we are just going to be friends.' - Harry:'You realise of course that we can never be friends.' - Sally : 'Why not?' - Harry:'What I'm saying is, and this is not a come-on in any way , shape or form, is that men and women can't be friends because the sex part always gets in the way . (...) Because no man can be friends with a woman he finds attractive . He always wants to have-sex-with her.' - Sally :'So, you're saying that a man can be friends with a woman he finds unattractive.' - Harry:'No, you pretty much want to nail them too.'
Iram Katourian (Jack Lemmon) talking to his mistress Irene (Joanna Gleason) about his wife Millie (Talia Shire) in For Richer, For Poorer (1992): - Irene: 'Iram, do you really think that your money has anything to do with Millie's sex drive?' - Iram: 'Oh, absolutely. You've heard the phrase: power is an aphrodisiac? That applies to marriage especially. See, a poor man has tremendous power over his wife . She needs him. Without his support, her, the kids... she humps the hell out of him. The richer a man is the less his wife is depending upon him, the less power he has over her and the less sexy he becomes to her. It's a law of nature.' - Irene: 'Horniness equals dependence times poverty squared.'
Sally (Meg Ryan) and Harry (Billy Crystal) in When Harry Met Sally (1989): - Sally Albright: ''Harry, we are just going to be friends.'' - Harry Burns: ''You realise of course that we can never be friends.'' - Sally Albright: ''Why not?'' - Harry Burns: ''What I''m saying is, and this is not a come-on in any way , shape or form, is that men and women can''t be friends because the sex part always gets in the way . (...) Because no man can be friends with a woman he finds attractive . He always wants to have-sex-with her.'' - Sally Albright: ''So, you''re saying that a man can be friends with a woman he finds unattractive.'' - Harry Burns: ''No, you pretty much want to nail them too.''
''The man is one giant gland.'' Peter''s (Tom Selleck) opinion of Jack (Ted Danson) in 3 Men and a Baby (1987)
''The man is one giant gland.'' Peter''s (Tom Selleck) opinion of Jack (Ted Danson) in 3 Men and a Baby (1987)
''In my days, women with hair like that didn''t come-out at night.'' Aunt Kate (Elizabeth Patterson) about Mavis Arden (Mae West) in Go West, Young Man (1936).
Chichi Rodriquez (John Leguizamo) to Vita Boheme (Patrick Swayze) in To Wong Foo. Thanks for Everything. Julie Newmar (1995): ''Vita, you know , you''re not a queen because you rule people or you sit-on-the-throne , baby , you''re a queen because you couldn''t cut it as a man so you had to put on a dress.''
Bill Hicks guest star on the Rodney Dangerfield comedy special Nothin'' Goes Right (1988): ''In Oklahoma they think the Marlboro Man is a pussy .''
Bill Hicks guest star on the Rodney Dangerfield comedy special Nothin'' Goes Right (1988): ''In Oklahoma they think the Marlboro Man is a pussy .''
Joey O'Brien (Robin Williams) flirting with a co-worker in Cadillac Man (1990): - Joey:'You and me... It's time we got-something going. I'm free tonight.' - Woman:'Oh, I'd like that, Joey, but I think I'd rather eat worms and die .' - Joey:'Hey! You know my worm doesn't have a hook .'
''What do you know about love , nymphonese? If I didn?t have you chained to this wall no man in this town would be safe .'' Doctor Malaqua (Joseph Bologna) to vampire (with false teeth) Odette (Geena Davis) in Transylvania 6-5000 (1985)
''In my days, women with hair like that didn''t come-out at night.'' Aunt Kate (Elizabeth Patterson) about Mavis Arden (Mae West) in Go West, Young Man (1936).
''What do you know about love , nymphonese? If I didn?t have you chained to this wall no man in this town would be safe .'' Doctor Malaqua (Joseph Bologna) to vampire (with false teeth) Odette (Geena Davis) in Transylvania 6-5000 (1985)
Cathy (Doris Day) and Connie (Audrey Meadows) in That Touch of Mink (1962): - Cathy Timberleg: ''He didn''t say he was in-love .'' - Connie Emerson: ''How could he? It''s like having a baby , the man is always the last to know .''
Ouiser Boudreaux (Shirley MacLaine) in Steel Magnolias (1989): ''You know , I used to think you were crazy for marrying that man . Then, for a few years, I thought you were butting for punishment. Now I realise you must be on a mission from God.''
Miguel de Cervantes/Alonso Quijana (Peter O''Toole) in Man of La Mancha (1972): ''Poetry demands imagination and with imagination you may discover a dream.''
Barmaid Sal (Lynnie Godfrey) to her friend V.I. Warshawski (Kathleen Turner) who has Murray troubles in V.I. Warshawski (1991): ''The man is a slut . We know this. Have libido , will travel.''
Aldonza (Sophia Loren) in Man of La Mancha (1972): ''The worst crime of all - being born. For that you get punished your whole life .''
Otto Kringelein (Lionel Barrymore), a terminally ill man in Grand Hotel (1932): ''Life is wonderful but it is dangerous. If you have the courage to live it , it is marvelous.''
Tamara Broder (Anjelica Huston) in Enemies. A Love Story (1989): ''Men love virgins. If every man had his way every woman would lie down a prostitute and get up a virgin .''
Ruth (Jill Clayburgh) and Dan (Walter Matthau) in First Monday in October (1981): - Ruth Loomis: ''You''re an arrogant, self-centered, male-chauvinist-pig .'' - Dan Snow: ''You''re just being sweet to me because I''m a man .''
Marquise de Merteuil (Glenn Close) in Dangerous Liaisons (1988): ''When it comes to marriage one man is as good as the next, and even the least accomodating is less trouble than a mother .''
Marquise de Merteuil (Glenn Close) in Dangerous Liaisons (1988): ''When it comes to marriage one man is as good as the next, and even the least accomodating is less trouble than a mother .''
Alexis Zorba (Anthony Quinn) to the Englishman Basil (Alan Bates) in Zorba the Greek (1964): 'If a woman sleeps alone it puts a shame on all men. God has a very big heart , but there is one sin He will not forgive. If a woman calls a man to her bed and he will not go.'
Luna Schlosser (Diane Keaton) to Miles Monroe (Woody Allen), a man frozen in the year 1973 and brought back to life in the year 2173; now he wants to have a relationship with her in Sleeper (1973): 'But Miles, relationships between men and women don't last. That was proven by science. You see , there's a chemical in our bodies that makes it so. We all get-on each others nerves sooner or later.'
Harry Bliss (Jack Nicholson) to Joan Spruance (Ellen Barkin) in Man Trouble (1992): ''I''m not one of these guys who''s going to look upon you as an object because I look upon a woman as a whole .''
Harry Bliss (Jack Nicholson) to Joan Spruance (Ellen Barkin) in Man Trouble (1992): ''I''m not one of these guys who''s going to look upon you as an object because I look upon a woman as a whole .''
Fred Amiel (Barry Sullivan) speaking of Jonathan Shields (Kirk Douglas) in The Bad and the Beautiful (1952): ''Jonathan is more than a man , he''s an experience; and he''s habit-forming. If they could ever bottle him, he''d outsell ginger ale.''
Fred Amiel (Barry Sullivan) speaking of Jonathan Shields (Kirk Douglas) in The Bad and the Beautiful (1952): ''Jonathan is more than a man , he''s an experience; and he''s habit-forming. If they could ever bottle him, he''d outsell ginger ale.''
Ambrose Bierce (Gregory Peck) to Harriet Winslow (Jane Fonda) in Old Gringo (1989): 'Man, as you know , is one of the most pathetic creatures on earth, condemned to a desire that contradicts all the laws of nature, to close the gap between two human beings. Some call this desire of love , and it is desperately impossible to satisfy.'
Bernadine/Bernie (Angela Bassett) being divorced after 11 years with John in Waiting to Exhale (1995): 'You know what's funny. I always thought if I gave him what he needed he'd give me what I need. It's amazing what can happen when you give a man control over your life .'
Buddy Griffith (Billy Jacoby) and Denise (Toni Hudson) in Just One of the Boys (1985): - Buddy:'Our parents are gone for two weeks. Do you know what that means? Their king size bed is empty.' - Denise:'I think that if you and I were the last man and woman on earth the human race would die out .'
David Huxley (Cary Grant) to Susan Vance (Katharine Hepburn) in Bringing Up Baby (1938):'The man who gets you is going to have a lifetime of misery.'
E. 'Eddy' Huntington Hall (Clark Gable) and Rudy Adams (Jean Harlow) in Hold Your Man (1933): - Eddy: 'Wait 'till you see how I'll grow-on you.' - Rudy: 'Yeah, like a carbuncle.'
Connie Randall (Carole Lombard) to Jerry 'Babe' Stewart (Clark Gable) in No Man of Her Own (1932): 'Just a New York cowboy , aren't you? Passing through and giving the little small town girl her big-moment . You'd be lovely to have around just to sprinkle the flowers with your personality.'
Banjo (Jimmy Durante) to the nurse in The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942): ''Ah! My beautiful one. (...) I love you madly. (...) Kiss me! I can feel the hot blood pumping through your varicosed veins.''
Morgan (Warren William) and Mavis (Mae West) in Go West, Young Man (1936): - Morgan: ''Your lips were made to kiss .'' - Mavis: ''That''s what I use ''em for.''
Frisco Doll/Rose Carlton (Mae West) in Klondike Annie (1936): ''Give a man a free hand and he''ll try to put it all over you.''
Sam McCord (John Wayne) in North to Alaska (1960): 'Women! I never met one yet that was half as reliable as a horse.' And later: 'Any woman who devotes herself to making one man miserable instead of a lot of men happy doesn't get my vote.'
'My boy , a woman's advice isn't worth listening to, but any man who doesn't take-it is a fool.' Eduardo Acuna (Adolphe Menjou) to Robert Collins (Fred Astaire) in You Were Never Lovelier (1942)
Sam McCord (John Wayne) in North to Alaska (1960): ''Women! I never met one yet that was half as reliable as a horse.'' And later: ''Any woman who devotes herself to making one man miserable instead of a lot of men happy doesn''t get my vote.''
Laurence Shames. Sunburn: ''A woman you really liked looked prettier after you''d been to bed with her; a woman you didn''t, did not. This was one of the ways a man knew if he might''ve been falling in-love .''
Lorelei Lee (Marilyn Monroe) to Mr. Esmond in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953): ''I won''t let myself fall in-love-with a man who won''t trust me no matter what I might do .''
'My boy , a woman's advice isn't worth listening to, but any man who doesn't take-it is a fool.' Eduardo Acuna (Adolphe Menjou) to Robert Collins (Fred Astaire) in You Were Never Lovelier (1942)
Dorian Gray''s (Hurt Hatfield) answer to his friend Basil Hallward (Lowell Gilmore) who came to comfort him after Sibyl Vane''s suicide in The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945):''It is only shallow people who require years to get rid of an emotion. A man who is master of himself can end a sorrow as easily as he can invent a pleasure. I don''t want to be at the mercy of my emotions.''
Billy Crystal in bed with his wife in City Slickers II (1994): 'Look! The little-man wants to go to the parade.'
Karen (R. Shugart) in Summer Job (1989): 'I can tell you're a man , and a friendly one at that, or that's a pickle in your pocket.'
Annie Madison (Suzy Amis) and John (Peter Gallagher) in Watch It (1993): - Annie: 'What is it? What makes a man? Why are all men such jerks?' - John: 'Well, I couldn't tell you that.' - Annie: 'No, seriously.' - John: 'It's a closely guarded secret. I could get-into a lot of trouble if I told you.'
''By the age of forty, someone clever had written ominously, a man gets the face he deserves. Smiley doubted it . He had known poetic souls condemned to life imprisonment behind harsh faces, and deliquents with the appearance of angels. '' John Le Carr. Smiley''s People (1979)
Rudy Adams (Jean Harlow) to Gypsy (Dorothy Burgess) in Hold Your Man (1933): ''You know , you wouldn''t be a bad looking dame ... if it wasn''t for your face .''
''My boy , a woman''s advice isn''t worth listening to, but any man who doesn''t take-it is a fool.'' Eduardo Acuna (Adolphe Menjou) to Robert Collins (Fred Astaire) in You Were Never Lovelier (1942)
Sam McCord (John Wayne) in North to Alaska (1960): 'Women! I never met one yet that was half as reliable as a horse.' And later: 'Any woman who devotes herself to making one man miserable instead of a lot of men happy doesn't get my vote.'
''A grown man is no more than his family . Your kids, your old-lady , headaches maybe, but they''re who you are.'' Bailbondsman Ritchie Blumenthal (Eli Wallach) to Ralph ''Papa'' Thorson (Steve McQueen) in The Hunter (1980)
Val (Wendy Barrie) and Simon Templar (George Sanders) in The Saint Strikes Back (1939) - Val Morton: ''I dislike you intensely.'' - The Saint: ''Oh, no , you don''t. You''re really very fond-of me.'' - Val Morton: ''Why should I be fond you you?'' - The Saint: ''Tell me and you''ll answer the riddle of the world . My dear Val, that''s what has made history, literature, and even chemistry . A man and a woman .''
Daryl Hannah being kissed by Chevy Chase in Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992): - Daryl: ''What are you doing?'' - Chevy: ''I hope it''s foreplay .''
Murray (Donald Faison) to Cher Hamilton (Alicia Silverstone) about her friend in Clueless (1995): ''Your man Christian is a cake-boy. (...) He''s a disco-dancing, Oscar Wilde-reading, Streisand ticket-holder friend of Dorothy. Know what I''m saying?''
Xaviera Hollander (Joey Heatherton) and Nick (Joseph Ferreri), the coffee man , in The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington (1977): - Xaviera: ''Do you have any Danish?'' - Nick: ''No, how about a little Greek?''
Eddy Huntington Hall (Clark Gable) and Ruby Adams (Jean Harlow) in Hold Your Man (1933) - Eddy: ''Wait ''till you see how I grow-on you.'' - Ruby: ''Yeah, I can imagine. Just like a carbuncle.''
Jasmsine (Libby Taylor) and Ruby (Mae West) in Belle of the Nineties (1934): - Jasmine: ''All my life I''ve been looking for a man that''s big, handsome , and got plenty of money .'' - Ruby Carter: ''Hmmm, what you''ve been looking for is three men.''
Clifford Stern (Woody Allen), a married man , tells his niece Jenny (Jenny Nichols) about his infatuation with Holly Reed (Mia Farrow) in Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989): ''My heart says one thing my head says another. It''s very hard to get your head and heart together in life . (...) In my case they''re not even friendly .''
The Narrator of Last of the Dogmen (1995): ''Wherever they get to, all good stories begin and end in the same place , and that''s the heart of a man or a woman .''
Harry Bliss (Jack Nicholson) to Joan Spruance (Ellen Barkin) in Man Trouble (1992): ''I''m not one of these guys who''s going to look upon you as an object (...) because I look upon a woman as a whole .''
Murray (Donald Faison) to Cher Hamilton (Alicia Silverstone) about her friend in Clueless (1995): ''Your man Christian is a cake-boy. (...) He''s a disco-dancing, Oscar Wilde-reading, Streisand ticket-holder friend of Dorothy. Know what I''m saying?''
Missouri (Glenda Farrell) in A Lady for a Day (1933): ''I''m so hot I''m smoking. I need a man!''
Alexis Zorba (Anthony Quinn) to the Englishman Basil (Alan Bates) in Zorba the Greek (1964): ''If a woman sleeps alone it puts a shame on all men. God has a very big heart , but there is one sin He will not forgive. If a woman calls a man to her bed and he will not go.''
Barmaid Sal (Lynnie Godfrey) to her friend V.I. Warshawski (Kathleen Turner) who has Murray troubles in V.I. Warshawski (1991): ''The man is a slut . We know this. Have libido , will travel.''
Milo Perrier (James Coco) in Murder by Death (1976): ''It''s a statement of fact , Miss Twain, that as a man you are barely passible but as a woman , you are a dog .''
Anna (Alida Valli) to Holly Martins (Joseph Cotten) in The Third Man (1949): ''Look at yourself. They have a name for faces like that.''
Sheridan ''Sheri'' Whiteside (Monty Woolley) to his nurse in The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942): ''My great-aunt Elizabeth ate a box of chocolates every day of her life . She lived to be 102, and when she had been dead three days, she looked healthier than you.''
Rudy Adams (Jean Harlow) to Gypsy (Dorothy Burgess) in Hold Your Man (1933): ''You know , you wouldn''t be a bad looking dame ... if it wasn''t for your face .''
Milo Perrier (James Coco) in Murder by Death (1976): ''It''s a statement of fact , Miss Twain, that as a man you are barely passible but as a woman , you are a dog .''
Anna (Alida Valli) to Holly Martins (Joseph Cotten) in The Third Man (1949): ''Look at yourself. They have a name for faces like that.''
Sheridan ''Sheri'' Whiteside (Monty Woolley) to his nurse in The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942): ''My great-aunt Elizabeth ate a box of chocolates every day of her life . She lived to be 102, and when she had been dead three days, she looked healthier than you.''
Rudy Adams (Jean Harlow) to Gypsy (Dorothy Burgess) in Hold Your Man (1933): ''You know , you wouldn''t be a bad looking dame ... if it wasn''t for your face .''
Loretta Castorini (Cher) to Johnny Cammareri (Danny Aiello) in Moonstruck (1987): ''Johnny, it''s for luck. I mean a man proposes marriage to a woman , he should kneel down .''
Diane (Joan Collins) and Chester Babcock (Bob Hope) in The Road to Hong Kong (1962): - Diana: 'You know , Chester, you're the sort of man that I could love .' - Chester: 'Could you?' - Diana: 'Oh yes , I could, Chester. I could love you body and soul.' - Chester: 'They're available , in that order.'
Doc Holiday (Walter Huston) to Rio MacDonald (Jane Russell) after Billy the Kid tied her with wet rawhide and left her in the sun to die in The Outlaw (1943): 'The crazier a man is about a woman , the crazier he thinks and the crazier he does. '
John Barrymore (as himself) in Playmates (1941): '- Wives are funny, aren't they? - Definitely. Ask the man who owns one.'
Henry (Charles Laughton) in The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933): 'How many blunders, stupidities and cruelties has a man to pass before he finds his happiness in a wife .'
The groom, George Kitteridge (John Howard), his future wife Tracy Lord (Katharine Hepburn), and her ex-husband C .K. Dexter-Haven (Cary Grant) in The Philadelphia Story (1940): - George: 'But a man expects his wife ...' - Tracy: 'To behave herself, naturally.' - Dexter: 'To behave herself naturally.'
Gay Langland (Clark Gable) to Roslyn Taber (Marilyn Monroe) in The Misfits (1961): ''We all have to go some time, reason or no reason. Dying is as natural as living. A man who''s afraid to die is afraid to live.''
Athos (Van Heflin) to d''Artagnan (Gene Kelly) and The Three Musketeers (1948): ''To die among friends. Can a man ask more, can the world offer less? Who wants to live till the last bottle is empty? It''s all-for one, d''Artagnan, and one for all.''
Nick Charles (William Powell) complimenting Claire Porter (Stella Adler) in Shadow of the Thin Man (1941): - Claire: ''A camelia doesn''t have a fragrance.'' - Nick: ''It doesn''t need one, around you.''
Larry (Melvyn Douglas) ans to Jill (Merle Oberon) in That Uncertain Feeling (1942): - Larry Sebastian: ''Let me warn you. I say what I think. I''m a complete individualist. I''m against communism, capitalism, fascism, nazism. I''m against everything and everybody. I hate my fellow man and he hates me.'' - Jill Baker: ''Sounds rather amusing.''
Tamara Broder (Anjelica Huston) in Enemies. A Love Story (1989): ''Men love virgins. If every man had his way every woman would lie down a prostitute and get up a virgin .''
Topper Harley (Charlie Sheen) with Ramada (Valeria Golino) to in Hot Shots! (1991): - Topper: ''So, I take-it you''ve been with a man before?'' - Ramada: ''I''m a virgin . I''m just not very good at-it .''
Topper Harley (Charlie Sheen) with Ramada (Valeria Golino) to in Hot Shots! (1991): - Topper: ''So, I take-it you''ve been with a man before?'' - Ramada: ''I''m a virgin . I''m just not very good at-it .''
Tamara Broder (Anjelica Huston) in Enemies. A Love Story (1989): ''Men love virgins. If every man had his way every woman would lie down a prostitute and get up a virgin .''
Phyllis (Dorothy Lamour), washing her hair, and Sebastian (Cornel Wilde) when a handsome man walks by in The Greatest Show on Earth (1952): - Phyllis : ''Why is it that whenever he''s around I''m all wet?'' - Sebastian: ''In more ways than one.''
Phyllis (Dorothy Lamour), washing her hair, and Sebastian (Cornel Wilde) when a handsome man walks by in The Greatest Show on Earth (1952): - Phyllis : ''Why is it that whenever he''s around I''m all wet?'' - Sebastian: ''In more ways than one.''
The railroad worker and his friend now Sheriff Bart (Cleavon Little) in Blazing Saddles (1974): - Railroad man : ''You shifty nigger. They said you was hung .'' (Meaning hanged.) - Sheriff Bart: ''And they were right.''
Carbo (Jan-Michael Vincent) and Luke Matthews (James Coburn) in Bite the Bullet (1975): - Carbo: 'When a woman does it for money ...' - Luke: 'The man always gets the best of the bargain. Before you take her to bed , she's a thing of beauty ; in bed , an angel of mercy; and afterwards, she's a...' - Carbo: 'A whore ...' - Luke: '...a pillow of peace.'
Oscar Wilde: ''"The Love that dare not speak its name" in this century is such a great affection of an elder for a younger man as there was between David and Jonathan, such as Plato made the very basis of his philosophy, and such as you find in the sonnets of Michelangelo and Shakespeare. It is that deep, spiritual affection that is as pure as it is perfect... It is in this century misunderstood... and on account of it I am placed where I am now.'' (Statement made during his 1st trial: April 30, 1895)
Daisy Heath (Margaret Sullavan) to her maid Martha (Hattie McDaniel) in The Shopworn Angel (1938): 'Why do you want to get married anyway? When a man knows he's got you then you haven't got him.'
Captain Cummings (Cary Grant) and Lady Lou (Mae West) in She Done Him Wrong (1933) - Captain Cummings: ''Haven''t you ever met a man who could make you happy?'' - Lady Lou: ''Sure, lots of times.''
Rajah (Nigel de Brulier) and Tira (Mae West) in I''m no Angel (1933): - Rajah: ''I see a wonderful future. I see a man in your life .'' - Tira: ''What, only one?''
Nick Charles (William Powell) to his wife Nora (Myrna Loy) in After the Thin Man (1936): ''I don''t need anything in the world but you and a toothbrush.''
Tamara Broder (Anjelica Huston) in Enemies. A Love Story (1989): ''Men love virgins. If every man had his way every woman would lie down a prostitute and get up a virgin .''
Madeline/Shanghai Lily (Marlene Dietrich) to Doc/Captain Donald Harvey (Clive Brook) in Shanghai Express (1932): ''It took more than one man to change my name to Shanghai Lily.''
Tamara Broder (Anjelica Huston) in Enemies. A Love Story (1989): ''Men love virgins. If every man had his way every woman would lie down a prostitute and get up a virgin .''
Madeline/Shanghai Lily (Marlene Dietrich) to Doc/Captain Donald Harvey (Clive Brook) in Shanghai Express (1932): ''It took more than one man to change my name to Shanghai Lily.''
Mae West: 'An orgasm a day keeps the doctor away.' As Mavis Arden in Go West, Young Man she said: 'A thrill a day keeps the chills away.'
Mae West: ''An orgasm a day keeps the doctor away.'' As Mavis Arden in Go West, Young Man she said: ''A thrill a day keeps the chills away.''
Chauncey M . Depey (1834-1928): ''A pessimist is a man who thinks all women are bad ; an optimist is one who hopes they are.''
Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson) and Zoe (Julie Benz) in As Good As It Gets (1997): - Zoe: ''How do you write women so well?'' - Melvin: ''Easy. I think of a man and take away reason and accountability.''
''I would have stood and fought back to back with you, but you taught me something I didn''t even know myself. When a woman can love a man right down to her fingertips, she can hate him the same way .'' China Doll Portland (Jean Harlow) to Alan Gaskell (Clark Gable) in China Seas (1935)
Chauncey M . Depey (1834-1928): ''A pessimist is a man who thinks all women are bad ; an optimist is one who hopes they are.''
Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson) and Zoe (Julie Benz) in As Good As It Gets (1997): - Zoe: ''How do you write women so well?'' - Melvin: ''Easy. I think of a man and take away reason and accountability.''
Captain Cummings (Cary Grant) and Lady Lou (Mae West) in She Done Him Wrong (1933) - Captain Cummings: ''Haven''t you ever met a man who could make you happy?'' - Lady Lou: ''Sure, lots of times.''
Rajah (Nigel de Brulier) and Tira (Mae West) in I''m no Angel (1933): - Rajah: ''I see a wonderful future. I see a man in your life .'' - Tira: ''What, only one?''
''I would have stood and fought back to back with you, but you taught me something I didn''t even know myself. When a woman can love a man right down to her fingertips, she can hate him the same way .'' China Doll Portland (Jean Harlow) to Alan Gaskell (Clark Gable) in China Seas (1935)
''I would have stood and fought back to back with you, but you taught me something I didn''t even know myself. When a woman can love a man right down to her fingertips, she can hate him the same way .'' China Doll Portland (Jean Harlow) to Alan Gaskell (Clark Gable) in China Seas (1935)
Chauncey M . Depey (1834-1928): ''A pessimist is a man who thinks all women are bad ; an optimist is one who hopes they are.''
Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson) and Zoe (Julie Benz) in As Good As It Gets (1997): - Zoe: ''How do you write women so well?'' - Melvin: ''Easy. I think of a man and take away reason and accountability.''
Carlos (Raul Julia) to Dale MacKussic/Mac (Mel Gibson) in Tequila Sunrise (1988): ''Friendship is the only choice in life you can make that''s yours. You can''t choose your family . (...) And no man should be blamed for whatever direction his dick goes. That''s like blaming a compass for pointing north for chrissake. Friendship is all we have.''
Violet (Lily Tomlin) to Dora Lee (Dolly Parton) and Judy (Jane Fonda) in 9-to-5 (1981): ''What are you? A man or a mouse? I mean, a woman or a wouse?''
Sally Athelny (Frances Dee) and Philip Carey (Leslie Howard) in Of Human Bondage (1934): - Sally : 'Of course, I knew you never loved me as much as I loved you.' - Philip: 'Yes, that's usually the case . There's usually one who loves and one who is loved.' - Sally : 'It's always the same. If you want a man to be nice to you, you have to be rotten to him.'
Humorously defined by Frederic Mullally in The Penthouse Sexicon (1968) as: 'The only place a man must come-out of before he can go into.'
Empress Nympho (Madeline Kahn) wondering if a slave could be put to good use in History of the World - Part I (1981): 'Oh, Bob? Do I have any openings that this man could fill'
Bill Rago (Danny DeVito), pretending to be CID, and Marie (Isabella Hofmann), the records officer, in Renaissance Man (1994): - Bill : 'So, do I get the records?' - Marie:'No.' - Bill : 'Come on . Is that all you ever say?' - Marie: 'No.' - Bill :'Hmmm. A window of opportunity.'
Tamara Broder (Anjelica Huston) in Enemies. A Love Story (1989): ''Men love virgins. If every man had his way every woman would lie down a prostitute and get up a virgin .''
Topper Harley (Charlie Sheen) with Ramada (Valeria Golino) to in Hot Shots! (1991): - Topper: ''So, I take-it you''ve been with a man before?'' - Ramada: ''I''m a virgin , I''m just not very good at-it .''
Pirate Jamie Waring/Jamie Boy (Tyrone Power) and Lady Margaret Danby (Maureen O''Hara) in The Black Swan (1942): ''I didn''t know a woman could do this to a man , to make him itch to strangle her one minute and marry her the next.''
Sally Athelny (Frances Dee) and Philip Carey (Leslie Howard) in Of Human Bondage (1934): - Sally : ''Of course, I knew you never loved me as much as I loved you.'' - Philip: ''Yes, that''s usually the case . There''s usually one who loves and one who is loved.'' - Sally : ''It''s always the same. If you want a man to be nice to you, you have to be rotten to him.''
Hesther Prynne (Demi Moore) in The Scarlet Letter (1995): ''How close they are love and hate. We are no less man by one than the other.''
Pirate Jamie Waring/Jamie Boy (Tyrone Power) and Lady Margaret Danby (Maureen O''Hara) in The Black Swan (1942): ''I didn''t know a woman could do this to a man , to make him itch to strangle her one minute and marry her the next.''
China Doll Portland (Jean Harlow) to Alan Gaskell (Clark Gable) in China Seas (1935): ''I would have stood and fought back to back with you, but you taught me something I didn''t even know myself. When a woman can love a man right down to her fingertips, she can hate him the same way .''
Val (Wendy Barrie) and Simon Templar (George Sanders) in The Saint Strikes Back (1939) - Val: ''I dislike you intensely.'' - Saint: ''Oh, no , you don''t. You''re really very fond-of me.'' - Val: ''Why should I be fond you you?'' - Saint: ''Tell me and you''ll answer the riddle of the world . My dear Val, that''s what has made history, literature, and even chemistry . A man and a woman .''
Ruby Carter (Mae West) to her maid Jasmine (Libby Taylor) in Belle of the Nineties (1934): ''Don''t ever let a man put anything over on you outside of an umbrella.''
George Bianco (Leo Rossi) to his gay friend Sonny Rivers (Eric Idle) who is off to procreate with Susan in order to keep an inheritance of $200,000,000 in Too Much Sun (1991): - George: ''At least be a man!'' - Sonny: ''What does that mean?'' - George: ''Make sure you''re on top .''
Larry Sebastian (Melvyn Douglas) engaged to Jill Baker (Merle Oberon) in That Uncertain Feeling (1942): - Larry:''Let me warn you. I say what I think. I''m a complete individualist. I''m against communism, capitalism, fascism, nazism. I''m against everything and everybody. I hate my fellow man and he hates me.'' - Jill: ''Sounds rather amusing.''
Joan (Elizabeth Perkins) and friends at the softball park in About Last Night... (1986): - Joan: ''That second baseman has a really nice ass .'' - Friend: ''I refuse to go-out-with a man whose ass is smaller than mine.'' - Joan: ''Pickings are going to be scarce.''
Mrs. Morehead (Lucille Watson) to her daughter Mary Haines (Norma Shearer) in The Women (1939): ''A man has only one escape from his old self. To see a different self in the mirror of a woman''s eyes .''
Robert Gold (Dick Bogarde) to Diana Scott (Julie Christie) in Darling (1965): ''Your idea of fidelity is not having more than one man in bed at the same time.''
Maggy (Mary Cecil) in The Women (1939): ''You know , the first man who can think up a good explanation how he can be in-love-with his wife and another woman is going to win that prize they''re always giving out in Sweden.''
In Mafia (1997) about the local mafia boss: - 'I saw a man today, Rose, who sucks his own people dry.' - 'Hmmm, like those movies you make me watch.' - 'No, I mean in a bad way .'
'I'm not one of these guys who's going to look upon you as an object (...) because I look upon a woman as a whole .' Harry Bliss (Jack Nicholson) to Joan Spruance (Ellen Barkin) in Man Trouble (1992)
'Oh Bob? Do I have any openings that this man could fit? (or fill?)' Empress Nympho (Madeline Kahn) asking her manservant if a new muscle-bound slave could be put to good use in History of the World - Part I (1981)
Sabrina Fairchild (Audrey Hepburn) and Linus Larrabee (Humphrey Bogart) in Sabrina (1954): - Sabrina: ''It''s so strange to think of you being touched by a woman . I always thought you walked alone.'' - Linus: ''No man walks alone from choice .''
Sally Athelny (Frances Dee) and Philip Carey (Leslie Howard) in Of Human Bondage (1934): - Sally : ''Of course, I knew you never loved me as much as I loved you.'' - Philip: ''Yes, that''s usually the case . There''s usually one who loves and one who is loved.'' - Sally : ''It''s always the same. If you want a man to be nice to you, you have to be rotten to him.''
Robert Reisner & Lorraine Wechsler. Encyclopedia of Graffiti (1974): ''A nymphomaniac is a girl who likes every man to be in different.''
Doctor Malaqua (Joseph Bologna) to vampire (with false teeth) Odette (Geena Davis) in Transylvania 6-5000 (1985): ''What do you know about love , nymphonese (nympho-knees?). If I didn''t have you chained to this wall no man in this town would be safe .''
'Running into an old sweetheart . If all his old sweethearts were laid end to end you could use them as a sidewalk.' Nora Charles (Myrna Loy) about her husband in The Thin Man Goes Home (1944)
Sabrina Fairchild (Audrey Hepburn) and Linus Larrabee (Humphrey Bogart) in Sabrina (1954): - Sabrina: ''It''s so strange to think of you being touched by a woman . I always thought you walked alone.'' - Linus: ''No man walks alone from choice .''
Sally Athelny (Frances Dee) and Philip Carey (Leslie Howard) in Of Human Bondage (1934): - Sally : ''Of course, I knew you never loved me as much as I loved you.'' - Philip: ''Yes, that''s usually the case . There''s usually one who loves and one who is loved.'' - Sally : ''It''s always the same. If you want a man to be nice to you, you have to be rotten to him.''
Stella (Thelma Ritter) and Jeff (James Stewart) in Rear Window (1954): - Stella: ''Maybe one day she''ll find her happiness.'' - Jeff: ''Yeah, some man will lose his.''
Thomas (John Halliday) to Anita (Ingrid Bergman) about her relationship with a married man in Intermezzo (1939): ''I wonder if anyone has ever built happiness on the unhappiness of others?''
Sixty years old Yonkers Horace Vandergelder (Paul Ford) in The Matchmaker (1958): ''There''s nothing like mixing with women to bring out all the foolishness in a man of sense.''
Adam Cook (Oscar Levant) and Jerry Mulligan (Gene Kelly) in An American in Paris (1951): - Adam : ''What are you so glum about?'' - Jerry: ''I got woman trouble.'' - Adam : ''Well, that proves you''re a man .''
Lucy Cashdollar (Thelma Ritter) to Molly (Betty Grable) in The Farmer Takes a Wife (1953): ''You can''t make a man over into something he ain''t. They''re born with faults and by the time we get them they''ve saved up quite a collection.''
Frederic Mullally, The Penthouse Sexicon (1968): ''Man who believes that two mates are more fun than one. Naturally, this makes him a criminal.''
''One day, that looking-glass will be the man who loves you. It''ll be his eyes maybe and you''ll look in that miror and you''ll be more than pretty, you''ll be beautiful.'' Starbuck (Burt Lancaster) to Lizzie (Katharine Hepburn) in The Rainmaker (1956)
''Don''t you know that a man being rich is like a girl being pretty. You might not marry a girl because she''s pretty but my goodness, doesn''t it help.'' Lorelei Lee (Marilyn Monroe) in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)
Charlie (Henry Fonda) and Jean (Barbara Stanwyck) in The Lady Eve (1941): - Charlie Pike: ''Are you an adventuress?'' - Jean Harrington: ''Of course I am. All women are. They have to be. If you waited for a man to propose to you from natural courses, you''d die of old maidenhood .''
Atoon (Gedde Watanabe) about the sumo wrestlers ogling his ass , and Lawrence Bourne III (Tom Hanks) in Volunteers (1985): - Atoon: ''Don''t say nothing more. They want to use me like a woman .'' - Lawrence: ''Well, you''ll just have to show them you can take-it like a man .''
Rudy Adams (Jean Harlow) to Gypsy (Dorothy Burgess) in Hold Your Man (1933): ''You know , you wouldn''t be a bad looking dame ... if it wasn''t for your face .''
Archie Rice (Laurence Olivier) about himself in The Entertainer (1960): ''Your old-man may be a square but he still goes for the curves.''
Claude Jobert (Judge Reinhold) a man with two wives and one mistress in Near Misses (1991): ''Just because bigamy is illegal doesn''t mean it''s easy.''
Adrian Cronauer (Robin Williams) to Sgt. Mj. Dickerson (J.T. Walsh) in Good Morning, Vietnam (1987): ''You''re in more dire need of a blow-job than any white man in history.''
The short megalomaniac Dr. Noah (Woody Allen) in Casino Royale (1967): ''A world (...) where a man , no matter how short, can score-with a top broad .''
Val (Wendy Barrie) and Simon Templar (George Sanders) in The Saint Strikes Back (1939) - Val: ''I dislike you intensely.'' - Saint: ''Oh, no , you don''t. You''re really very fond-of me.'' - Val: ''Why should I be fond you you?'' - Saint: ''Tell me and you''ll answer the riddle of the world . My dear Val, that''s what has made history, literature, and even chemistry . A man and a woman .''
Vince Boudreaux (Woody Harrelson) in Play It To The Bone (1999): ''If a man builds a thousand bridges and sucks one dick , they don''t call him a bridge-builder; they call him a cocksucker .''
''An intelligent man , but cold . No blood in his thinking.'' Leopold Dilg (Cary Grant) speaking of the law professor Michael Lightcap (Ronald Colman) in The Talk of the Town (1942)
Chichi Rodriquez (John Leguizamo) to Vita Boheme (Patrick Swayze) in To Wong Foo. Thanks for Everything. Julie Newmar (1995): ''Vita, you know , you''re not a queen because you rule people or you sit-on-the-throne , baby , you''re a queen because you couldn''t cut it as a man so you had to put on a dress.''
Charles (Laurence Olivier) to Elsie (Marilyn Monroe) in The Prince and the Showgirl (1957): - Prince Charles: ''Your eyes! Twin pools of gladness and joy into which any man would be happy to drown himself.'' - Elsie: ''In both of them?'' - Prince Charles: ''In either of them.''
P.I. Nick Charles (William Powell) and wife Nora (Myrna Loy) in The Thin Man (1934). - Nick:''What were you doing on the night of October 5th, 1902?'' - Nora:''I was just a gleam in my father''s eye .''
Cleo Borden (Mae West) in Goin'' to Town (1935): - Man: ''What''s the rush, where''s the fire?'' - Cleo: ''In your eyes , big boy , in your eyes .''
Mrs. Morehead (Lucille Watson) to her daughter Mary (Norma Shearer) in The Women (1939): ''A man has only one escape from his old self. To see a different self in the mirror of a woman''s eyes .''
Jerry Stewart (Clark Gable) to Connie Randall (Carole Lombard) in No Man of Her Own (1932): - Babe: ''Do your eyes bother you?'' - Connie : ''No. Why?'' - Babe: ''They bother me.''
Lawrence Paros in The Erotic Tongue (1984): ''The professionals helped forge a common tongue . A man now had his joint copped, had some derby , or had his hat nailed to the ceiling. More frequently, men spoke of being blown or having a blow-job (all since early 20th C).''
''Look at this. You''re the only man in the world with clenched hair.'' Oscar Madison (Walter Matthau) to Felix Ungar (Jack Lemmon) in The Odd Couple (1968)
''Look at this. You''re the only man in the world with clenched hair.'' Oscar Madison (Walter Matthau) to Felix Ungar (Jack Lemmon) in The Odd Couple (1968)
Walter Lee Younger (Sidney Poitier) in A Raisin in the Sun (1961): ''Man! I''m a volcano! A giant surrounded by ants!''
Colonel Bertran (Manolo Fabregas) and Hogan (Clint Eastwood) in Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970): - Colonel: ''Each man is a Mexican patriot.'' - Hogan: ''Yeah, well, I''m a Hogan patriot.''
Sabrina (Audrey Hepburn) and Linus (Humphrey Bogart) in Sabrina (1954): - Sabrina Fairchild: ''It''s so strange to think of you being touched by a woman . I always thought you walked alone.'' - Linus Larrabee: ''No man walks alone from choice .''
Sixty years old Yonkers Horace Vandergelder (Paul Ford) in The Matchmaker (1958): ''There''s nothing like mixing with women to bring out all the foolishness in a man of sense.''
Adam Cook (Oscar Levant) and Jerry Mulligan (Gene Kelly) in An American in Paris (1951): - Adam : ''What are you so glum about?'' - Jerry: ''I got woman trouble.'' - Adam : ''Well, that proves you''re a man .''
Lucy Cashdollar (Thelma Ritter) to Molly (Betty Grable) in The Farmer Takes a Wife (1953): ''You can''t make a man over into something he ain''t. They''re born with faults and by the time we get them they''ve saved up quite a collection.''
Marsha (Lena Olin) and Herman (Ron Silver) in Enemies: A Love Story (1989): - Herman: ''Suppose that-there were no men left on the earth, would you do-it with another woman?'' - Marsha: ''Sure, why not? Would you do-it with another man?'' - Herman: ''Absolutely not. (...) Because then I wouldn''t find my other-half . But an animal . You give me a nice sheep or a goat . That''s another story.''
Captain Jeffrey Spaulding (Groucho Marx) proposing marriage to both Mrs. Rittenhouse (Margaret Dumont) and Mrs. Whitehead (Margaret Irving) in Animal Crackers (1930): - Spaulding: ''Well, what do you say, girls? Are we all going to get married?'' - Rittenhouse: ''All of us?'' - Spaulding: ''All of us!'' - Rittenhouse: ''Yes, but that''s bigamy!'' - Spaulding: ''Yes, and it''s big-of-me too. It''s big of all of us. Let''s be big for a change. I''m sick of these conventional marriages. One woman and one man was good enough for your grandmother, but who wants to marry your grandmother?''
Marsha (Lena Olin) and Herman Broder (Ron Silver) in Enemies: A Love Story (1989): - Herman: ''Suppose that-there were no men left on the earth, would you do-it with another woman?'' - Marsha: ''Sure, why not? Would you do-it with another man?'' - Herman: ''Absolutely not. (...) Because then I wouldn''t find my other-half . But an animal . You give me a nice sheep or a goat . That''s another story.''
Finn (Winona Ryder) to Marianna (Alfre Woodard) in How to Make an American Quilt (1995): 'You see , what they don't tell us is that marriage is this anachronistic institution created for the sole convenience of the father who needs to pass off his daughters to the care of another man . Like 'here, here, she eats too much. Take her off my hands', you know? But now, now that we've gotten our independence, that we earn our own livings, there's no purpose to being someone's wife . Why can't we love as many people as we want in a lifetime?'
Robin (Cary Elwes) and Marian (Amy Yasbeck) in Robin Hood. Men in Tights (1993): - Robin: ''Darling, I''m ready for that kiss now.'' - Marian: ''But first , I must warn you. It could only be a kiss for I am a virgin and could never go-all-the-way .'' - Robin: ''But...'' - Marian: ''Unless, of course, I were married . Or if a man pledged his endless love to me. Or if I knew that he desperately cared for me. Or if he were really cute .''
Robin (Cary Elwes) and Marian (Amy Yasbeck) in Robin Hood. Men in Tights (1993): - Robin: ''Darling, I''m ready for that kiss now.'' - Marian: ''But first , I must warn you. It could only be a kiss for I am a virgin and could never go-all-the-way .'' - Robin: ''But...'' - Marian: ''Unless, of course, I were married . Or if a man pledged his endless love to me. Or if I knew that he desperately cared for me. Or if he were really cute .''
Clarence Day (William Powell) having a father-to-son talk about women with Clarence, Jr. (Jimmy Lydon) in Life with Father (1947): - Clarence Sr.: 'All you have to do is be firm.' - Clarence Jr.: 'Yes, but Father, what can you do when they cry?' And later: 'You see Clarence, we men have to run this world and it's not an easy job . It takes work and it takes thinking. A man has to reason things out . Now, you take a woman . A woman thinks... No, I'm wrong right there. A woman doesn't think at all. She get's stirred up .'
Clarence Day (William Powell) having a father-to-son talk about women with Clarence, Jr. (Jimmy Lydon) in Life with Father (1947): - Clarence Sr.: ''All you have to do is be firm.'' - Clarence Jr.: ''Yes, but Father, what can you do when they cry?'' And later: ''You see Clarence, we men have to run this world and it''s not an easy job . It takes work and it takes thinking. A man has to reason things out . Now, you take a woman . A woman thinks... No, I''m wrong right there. A woman doesn''t think at all. She get''s stirred up .''
Clarence Day (William Powell) having a father-to-son talk about women with Clarence, Jr. (Jimmy Lydon) in Life with Father (1947): - Clarence Sr.: 'All you have to do is be firm.' - Clarence Jr.: 'Yes, but Father, what can you do when they cry?' And later: 'You see Clarence, we men have to run this world and it's not an easy job . It takes work and it takes thinking. A man has to reason things out . Now, you take a woman . A woman thinks... No, I'm wrong right there. A woman doesn't think at all. She get's stirred up .'
Marsha (Lena Olin) and Herman Broder (Ron Silver) in Enemies: A Love Story (1989): - Herman: ''Suppose that-there were no men left on the earth, would you do-it with another woman?'' - Marsha: ''Sure, why not? Would you do-it with another man?'' - Herman: ''Absolutely not. (...) Because then I wouldn''t find my other-half . But an animal . You give me a nice sheep or a goat . That''s another story.''
Alex(andra) Medford (Cher) to Daryl Van Horne (Jack Nicholson) in The Witches of Eastwick (1987): 'I will try to be as direct and honest with you as I possibly can . I think, no , I am positive, that you are the most unattractive man I have ever met in my entire life . You know , in the short time that we have been together you have demonstrated every loathsome characteristics of the male personality and even discovered a few new ones. You are physically repulsive, intellectually retarded, you're morally reprehensible, vulgar , insensitive, selfish, stupid. You have no taste, a lousy sense of humor and you smell. You're not even interesting enough to make me sick.'


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