Charles McKendrick Quotes in The Parent Trap (1961)
Charles McKendrick Quotes:
Charles McKendrick: [Susan starts sniffing the coat he is wearing] My dear, what are you doing?
Susan Evers: Making a memory.
Charles McKendrick: Making a memory?
Susan Evers: All my life, when I'm quite grown-up I will always remember my grandfather and how he smelled of
[smells his jacket again]
Susan Evers: tobacco and peppermint.
Charles McKendrick: Smelled of tobacco and peppermint.
Charles McKendrick: Well, I'll tell you what. I take the peppermint for my indigestion and as for the tobacco
Charles McKendrick: to make your grandmother mad.
Charles McKendrick: Louise, for once I'm putting my foot down. Now let them alone!
Louise McKendrick: Charles, stop burbling.
Charles McKendrick: I haven't burbled in years!
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