The Quiet Man quotes

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A retired American boxer returns to the village of his birth in Ireland, where he falls for a spirited redhead whose brother is contemptuous of their union.

Director: John Ford
Writer: Frank S. Nugent (screenplay), Maurice Walsh (from the story by)
Production: Republic Pictures
Year: 1952
MetaScore: N/A/100
ImdbRating: 7.7
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 14 Sep 1952
Awards: Won 2 Oscars. Another 8 wins & 8 nominations.

44 Clips & Quotes

Could you use a little water in your whiskey - The Quiet Man 00:28 Could you use a little water in your whiskey To beat the lovely lady - The Quiet Man 00:16 To beat the lovely lady Tell you in the Irish - The Quiet Man 00:50 Tell you in the Irish I knew your people - The Quiet Man 00:30 I knew your people And may they live in peace - The Quiet Man 00:31 And may they live in peace There'll be no locks or bolts between us - The Quiet Man 00:25 There'll be no locks or bolts between us It's a bold one you are - The Quiet Man 01:52 It's a bold one you are He'll regret it till his dying day - The Quiet Man 00:19 He'll regret it till his dying day No patty fingers - The Quiet Man 00:20 No patty fingers What manner of man is it that I have married - The Quiet Man 00:16 What manner of man is it that I have married Like all the Yanks - The Quiet Man 00:53 Like all the Yanks I'll count three - The Quiet Man 00:35 I'll count three Father Lonergan - The Quiet Man 01:02 Father Lonergan Now I want youse all to cheer like Protestants - The Quiet Man 00:16 Now I want youse all to cheer like Protestants I'm fresh as a daisy - The Quiet Man 00:20 I'm fresh as a daisy I'll begin at the beginnin' - The Quiet Man 00:57 I'll begin at the beginnin' You see that over there - The Quiet Man 01:17 You see that over there I have a fearful temper - The Quiet Man 00:54 I have a fearful temper And the month after that - The Quiet Man 01:45 And the month after that God bless all in this house - The Quiet Man 00:29 God bless all in this house But from whose pub was it - The Quiet Man 02:18 But from whose pub was it And her with her freckles and her temper - The Quiet Man 00:21 And her with her freckles and her temper What a day for Innisfree - The Quiet Man 00:29 What a day for Innisfree If you've come for supper - The Quiet Man 00:17 If you've come for supper Help yourself to the buttermilk - The Quiet Man 00:31 Help yourself to the buttermilk I think your in laws are commin' to pay you visit - The Quiet Man 00:17 I think your in laws are commin' to pay you visit Give a man a hand - The Quiet Man 00:14 Give a man a hand Or a parade ground - The Quiet Man 00:25 Or a parade ground Red Will Danaher - The Quiet Man 00:26 Red Will Danaher I Think you have more sense then I have me self - The Quiet Man 00:17 I Think you have more sense then I have me self So you told him all that - The Quiet Man 00:35 So you told him all that Is that a public house - The Quiet Man 00:29 Is that a public house That's what chairs are for - The Quiet Man 00:12 That's what chairs are for None 'o that now - The Quiet Man 00:36 None 'o that now And Mary Kate Danaher dippin' her fingers in as neat as you please - The Quiet Man 00:20 And Mary Kate Danaher dippin' her fingers in as neat as you... I could tell you blood curdling stories about him but - The Quiet Man 00:22 I could tell you blood curdling stories about him but A pound on Thornton against the Squire - The Quiet Man 00:15 A pound on Thornton against the Squire I can't say it's true - The Quiet Man 00:21 I can't say it's true Don't  underestimate Danaher - The Quiet Man 00:27 Don't underestimate Danaher This is Father Lonergan - The Quiet Man 00:52 This is Father Lonergan Shouldn't we put a stop to it now - The Quiet Man 00:14 Shouldn't we put a stop to it now It looks the way all the Irish cottages should - The Quiet Man 00:31 It looks the way all the Irish cottages should When the Reverend Mr Playfair comes down - The Quiet Man 00:23 When the Reverend Mr Playfair comes down She couldve done a lot worse - The Quiet Man 00:13 She couldve done a lot worse

Cast

Sean Thornton - John Wayne
Mary Kate Danaher - Maureen O'Hara
Michaleen Oge Flynn - Barry Fitzgerald
Father Peter Lonergan - Ward Bond
Squire 'Red' Will Danaher - Victor McLaglen
The Widow Sarah Tillane - Mildred Natwick
Dan Tobin - Francis Ford
Mrs. Elizabeth Playfair - Eileen Crowe
Fishwoman with Basket at Station - May Craig
Reverend Cyril Playfair - Arthur Shields
Hugh Forbes - Charles B. Fitzsimons
Father Paul - James O'Hara
Owen Glynn - Sean McClory
Ignatius Feeney - Jack MacGowran
Molouney - Train Guard - Joseph O'Dea
Costello - Engine Driver - Eric Gorman
Train Fireman - Kevin Lawless
Railway Porter - Paddy O'Donnell
Man in Bar - Frank Baker
Boxing Second - Tony Canzoneri
Undetermined Secondary Role - Noble 'Kid' Chissell
Mother - Ruth Clifford
Dan Tobin's Daughter - Ireland - Maureen Coyne
Dermot Fahy - Ken Curtis
Dan Tobin's Daughter - USA - Mimi Doyle
Ring Physician - Douglas Evans
Danaher Brother - Charles Ferguson
Driver of Cart Across River - Robert Foy
General - Sam Harris
Man at Railway Station - John Horan
Police Constable - David Hughes
Bugler - Billy Jones
Nell - Maid - Tiny Jones
Pub Extra - Colin Kenny
Father Paul's Mother - Mae Marsh
Man Following Cart Across River - Jim McVeigh
Roof Thatcher - Jim Morrin
Boxing Referee - Al Murphy
Musha Musha Man - Michael O'Brian
Ringside Photographer - Frank O'Connor
Man in Bar - Pat O'Malley
Hugh Bailey - Stationmaster - Web Overlander
Trooper Thorn's Ringside Trainer - Bob Perry
Tony Gardello - Boxer - Jack Roper
Anglican Bishop - Philip Stainton
Townsman - Brick Sullivan
Police Sergeant Hanan - Harry Tenbrook
Pat Cohan - Publican - Harry Tyler
Girl on Wagon at Horse Race - Melinda Wayne
Teenage Boy at Races - Michael Wayne
Boy on Wagon at Horse Race - Patrick Wayne
Teenage Girl at Races - Toni Wayne