Foreign Correspondent
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John Jones: I'm in love with you, and I want to marry you.
Carol Fisher: I'm in love with you, and I want to marry you.
John Jones: Hmm... that cuts down our love scene quite a bit, doesn't it?

John Jones: Look, I'm in love with you. I can't hit you over the head with a scandal as a wedding present.

John Jones: I came 4,000 miles to get a story. I get shot at like a duck in a shooting gallery, I get pushed off buildings, I get the story, and then I've got to shut up.

Mr. Powers: Foreign correspondent! I could get more news out of Europe looking in a crystal ball.

Ffolliott: Who has he shot?
John Jones: Van Meer assassinated.
Ffolliott: Dead?
John Jones: Looked like it.
Ffolliott: Bad show.
John Jones: Couldn't be much worse from his point of view.

John Jones: I'm in love with a girl, and I'm going to help hang her father.

Mr. Powers: Wait a minute! I've got something that might pass for an idea.

Stephen Fisher: It's really very exciting being present at the christening of an American newspaper correspondent. Shouldn't we break a bottle of champagne or something?

Carol Fisher: You never hear of circumstances out of our control rushing us into peace, have you?

Other mistake: In the windmill scene, the windmill reverses directions twice to signal the airplane. However when Joel McRae enters the windmill and we see the machinery it is obvious that there is no mechanism to reverse the windmill against the wind.

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Trivia: Hitchcock's cameo comes twelve minutes into the movie - he can be seen wearing a hat and coat and reading a newspaper after Joel McCrea leaves the hotel.

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