"Marnie" quotes

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Mark marries Marnie although she is a habitual thief and has serious psychological problems, and tries to help her confront and resolve them.

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Writer: Winston Graham, Jay Presson Allen
Production: N/A
Year: 1964
MetaScore: 73/100
ImdbRating: 7.1
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 17 Jul 1964
Awards: 2 nominations

65 Clips

Get out of my house - Marnie 00:25
Get out of my house
But the fact is he's a businessman - Marnie 00:46
But the fact is he's a businessman
You go on back to sleep - Marnie 00:17
You go on back to sleep
I thought you wanted to play doctor - Marnie 00:19
I thought you wanted to play doctor
I'm a good fighter if you need me - Marnie 00:31
I'm a good fighter if you need me
On the first day back after our honeymoon - Marnie 00:37
On the first day back after our honeymoon
Why can't you just leave me alone - Marnie 01:06
Why can't you just leave me alone
Don't patronise me - Marnie 01:04
Don't patronise me
For Pete's sake - Marnie 00:36
For Pete's sake
You've been an absolute darling about my sitting up reading so late - Marnie 00:28
You've been an absolute darling about my sitting up reading...
I always thought that a girl's best friend was her mother - Marnie 01:00
I always thought that a girl's best friend was her mother
This is the drill - Marnie 00:40
This is the drill
Would you like some bourbon to brush your teeth - Marnie 00:20
Would you like some bourbon to brush your teeth
We'll talk this out tomorrow - Marnie 02:02
We'll talk this out tomorrow
You'll let me go - Marnie 00:41
You'll let me go
We've established that you're a thief and a liar - Marnie 00:43
We've established that you're a thief and a liar
I phoned Marston and asked him if there was anyone around there that had horses for hire - Marnie 00:58
I phoned Marston and asked him if there was anyone around...
Our dates are all wrong - Marnie 00:54
Our dates are all wrong
If you let me go - Marnie 00:43
If you let me go
You're a cold practised - Marnie 00:28
You're a cold practised
Where are we going this time - Marnie 00:38
Where are we going this time
You seem to be terrified of some colors - Marnie 00:39
You seem to be terrified of some colors
You're still dreaming - Marnie 00:27
You're still dreaming
How's the curmudgeon business - Marnie 00:16
How's the curmudgeon business
The things I've done - Marnie 01:10
The things I've done
I didn't know you were in town - Marnie 01:01
I didn't know you were in town
There's my darling - Marnie 00:27
There's my darling
I knew she was too good to be true - Marnie 00:23
I knew she was too good to be true
I'm fighting a powerful impulse to beat the hell out of you - Marnie 00:20
I'm fighting a powerful impulse to beat the hell out of you
Are you still in the mood for killing - Marnie 00:19
Are you still in the mood for killing
We could drive out there next Saturday - Marnie 00:26
We could drive out there next Saturday
Contrary to the movies and the Ladies Home Journal - Marnie 00:58
Contrary to the movies and the Ladies Home Journal
We'll send you a noble savage - Marnie 00:13
We'll send you a noble savage
This is my father - Marnie 00:22
This is my father
I see that you've lighted up your hair - Marnie 00:41
I see that you've lighted up your hair
How did you find me - Marnie 00:25
How did you find me
I don't believe in luck - Marnie 00:32
I don't believe in luck
Where's my mother - Marnie 00:14
Where's my mother
I always thought a girl's best friend was her mother - Marnie 00:30
I always thought a girl's best friend was her mother
You shouldn't spend all your money on me like you do - Marnie 00:38
You shouldn't spend all your money on me like you do
I think you did - Marnie 00:51
I think you did
Did you have a tough childhood - Marnie 00:49
Did you have a tough childhood
Send for the doctor over the hill - Marnie 00:13
Send for the doctor over the hill
I'm not a bit nervous - Marnie 00:41
I'm not a bit nervous
You're fresh enough - Marnie 00:10
You're fresh enough
In case you didn't recognise it - Marnie 00:21
In case you didn't recognise it
Before I was drafted into Rutland's Mrs Taylor - Marnie 01:25
Before I was drafted into Rutland's Mrs Taylor
I'd like to go back to sleep now - Marnie 00:29
I'd like to go back to sleep now
I told Miss Cotton - Marnie 00:46
I told Miss Cotton
It's time to have a little compassion for yourself - Marnie 00:40
It's time to have a little compassion for yourself
I'm queer for liars - Marnie 00:13
I'm queer for liars
Can't you understand - Marnie 01:21
Can't you understand
The only way you can help me is to leave me alone - Marnie 01:21
The only way you can help me is to leave me alone
Why don't you love me - Marnie 00:16
Why don't you love me
If you don't want to go to bed - Marnie 00:28
If you don't want to go to bed
How do you take your tea - Marnie 00:24
How do you take your tea
Everest of manure into a few facts - Marnie 00:26
Everest of manure into a few facts
The idea was to kill myself - Marnie 00:29
The idea was to kill myself
You're very sexy with your face clean - Marnie 00:11
You're very sexy with your face clean
You don't love me - Marnie 00:45
You don't love me
What you do need - Marnie 00:35
What you do need
Before I was drafted into Rutland's Miss Taylor - Marnie 00:40
Before I was drafted into Rutland's Miss Taylor
A decent woman don't have need for any man - Marnie 00:16
A decent woman don't have need for any man
When we get home - Marnie 01:09
When we get home
Precisely as I told you over the telephone - Marnie 00:53
Precisely as I told you over the telephone

Cast

Marnie Edgar Rutland - Tippi Hedren
Sidney Strutt - Martin Gabel
Mark Rutland - Sean Connery
Bernice Edgar - Louise Latham
Lil Mainwaring - Diane Baker
Mr. Rutland - Alan Napier
Cousin Bob - Bob Sweeney
Man at Track - Milton Selzer
First Detective - Henry Beckman
Rita - Cleaning Woman - Edith Evanson
Susan Clabon - Mariette Hartley
Sailor - Bruce Dern
Sam Ward - S. John Launer
Mrs. Turpin - Meg Wyllie
Party Guest - Leon Alton
Hotel Chauffeur - John Alvin
Racetrack Patron - Alex Ball
Jessica 'Jessie' Cotton - Kimberly Beck
Mrs. Maitland - Lillian Bronson
Racetrack Patron - George Bruggeman
Office Worker - Linden Chiles
Office Worker - Rupert Crosse
Horse - Forio
Mr. Garrett - Manager of Farm - Harold Gould
Dr. Gilliat - Minister - John Hart
Minor Role - Emmaline Henry
Man Leaving Hotel Room - Alfred Hitchcock
Party Guest - Kenner G. Kemp
Party Guest - Caryl Lincoln
Mrs. Strutt - Louise Lorimer
Bald Man - Milton Parsons
Sidney Strutt's Secretary - Carmen Phillips
Husband - Murray Pollack
Racetrack Patron - Paul Power
Party Guest - Greg Rhinelander
Party Guest - Mark Russell
Young Marnie - Melody Thomas Scott
Party Guest - Bert Stevens
Racetrack Patron - Hal Taggart
Party Guest - Luree Wiese