Carnforth Greville Quotes in A Midwinter's Tale (1995)
Carnforth Greville Quotes:
Carnforth Greville: Go easy on yourself, old chap. I'm afraid we can't all afford the luxury of nourishing our souls. That's the prerogative of the romantics among us, I fear. These things happen. What does he say?
[quoting from Hamlet]
Carnforth Greville: "If it be now, 'tis not to come. If it be not to come, it will be now. If it be not now, yet it will come. The readiness is all."
[Prepping Molly to play Hamlet]
Carnforth Greville: If I ever forget my lines in Shakespeare, I always say, "Crouch we here awhile and lurk!" That seems to do the trick.
Molly: Why? What happens?
Carnforth Greville: Nothing, normally, but, you know, improvise a moment of intrigue, give you a chance to think of something, pick up a script.
[Nina falls on her face down a flight of stairs]
Carnforth Greville: She does seem to have bit of a vision problem, doesn't she?
Fadge: She's brushed her teeth with soap for the last three nights, but she won't admit it.
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