Best adventure movie quotes of 1970

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Two Mules for Sister Sara picture

Hogan: Did I or did I not hear you call me a bastard?
Sara: Well! I suppose whiskey can make a man hear anything. Oh, Dear Lord, forgive him for the impurity of his thoughts.

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Little Big Man picture

Old Lodge Skins: Today is a good day to die.

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The Aristocats picture

Thomas O'Malley: Aloha, auf Wiedersehen, bon soir, sayonara, and all those good bye things, baby.

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Rio Lobo picture

Cord McNally: Oww, take it easy.
Phillips: Stop your squawking, you ain't hurt.
Cord McNally: Splatter gun is useless.
Phillips: You don't mind if I shoot do you? Makes me feel better.

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The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes picture

Nikolai Rogozhin: Mr. Holmes, what you have seen tonight is last, and positively final performance of Madame Petrova. She is retiring.
Holmes: What a shame.
Nikolai Rogozhin: She's been dancing since she was three years old, and after all, she is now thirty-eight.
Holmes: I must say, she doesn't look thirty-eight.
Nikolai Rogozhin: That is because she is forty-nine.

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A Man Called Horse picture

John Morgan: It just occurred to me... I've traveled halfway around the world, at great expense, simply to kill a different kind of bird.

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Carry On Up the Jungle picture

June: I wondered if it would be safe for me to go for a walk. I mean, would anything happen?
Bill Boosey: Darling, you could walk starkers through a Foreign Legion outpost and nothing would happen.

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