intertitle Quotes in Ned Kelly (2003)


intertitle Quotes:

  • [last lines]

    Ned Kelly: Such is life.

    intertitle: Despite petitions for a pardon that bore a total of 32,000 signatures, Ned Kelly was hanged on 11th of November, 1880.

    intertitle: He was 25 years old.

  • intertitle: [final intertitle of Episode 9] All's well that ends well, but we still haven't seen the last of the Vampires.

  • Intertitle: Tate University - A large football stadium, with a college attached.

  • Intertitle: The Dean of the College - he was so dignified he never married for fear his wife would call him by his first name.

  • Intertitle: Peggy - the kind of girl your mother must have been.

  • Intertitle: [Opening lines. Intertitle] The Waterfront of New York - The end of many journeys, the beginning of many adventures.

  • intertitle: A PLEA FOR THE ART OF THE MOTION PICTURE / We do not fear censorship, for we have no wish to offend with improprieties or obscenities, but we do demand, as a right, the liberty to show the dark side of wrong, that we may illuminate the bright side of virtue - the same liberty that is conceded to the art of the written word - the art to which we owe the Bible and the works of Shakespeare.

  • intertitle: If in this work we have conveyed to the mind the ravages of war to the end that war may be held in abhorrence, this effort will not have been in vain.

  • intertitle: This is an historical presentation of the Civil War and Reconstruction Period, and is not meant to reflect on any race or people of today.

  • intertitle: While youth dances the night away, childhood and old age slumber.

  • intertitle: [Sherman's march] While women and children weep, a great conqueror marches to the sea.

  • intertitle: Over four hundred thousand Ku Klux costumes made by the women of the South and not one trust betrayed.

  • intertitle: [Flora has jumped to her death to escape Gus] For her who had learned the stern lesson of honor we should not grieve that she found sweeter the opal gates of death.

  • intertitle: Dare we dream of a golden day when the bestial War shall rule n o more. But instead - the gentle Prince in the Hall of Brotherly Love in the City of Peace.

  • intertitle: Second Part - Reconstruction. The agony which the South endured that a nation might be born. The blight of war does not end when hostilities cease.

  • intertitle: Excerpts from Woodrow Wilson's "History of the American People";... Adventurers swarmed out of the North, as much enemies of the one race as of the other, to cozen, beguile, and use the negroes.... In the villages the negroes were the office holders, men who knew none of the uses of authority, except its insolences.

  • intertitle: ...The policy of the congressional leaders wrought... a veritable overthrow of civilization in the South... in their determination to 'put the white South under the heel of the black South.' WOODROW WILSON

  • intertitle: The white men were roused by a mere instinct of self-preservation... until at last there had sprung into existence a great Ku Klux Klan, a veritable empire of the South, to protect the Southern country. WOODROW WILSON

  • intertitle: [Margaret cannot speak to Phil] Bitter memories will not allow the poor bruised heart of the South to forget.

  • intertitle: [at end of film] Liberty and union, one and inseparable, now and forever!

  • intertitle: [in the little cabin] The former enemies of North and South are united again in common defence of their Aryan birthright.

  • Intertitle: When women cease to attract men, they often turn to reform as a second option.

  • Intertitle: Out of the cradle, endlessly rocking...

  • Intertitle: Our play is made up of four separate stories, laid in different periods of history, each with its own set of characters. Each story shows how hatred and intolerance, through all the ages, have battled against love and charity.

  • Intertitle: Seeing youth drawn to youth, Miss Jenkins realizes the bitter fact that she is no longer a part of the younger world.

  • Intertitle: The girl of our story keeps house for her father who works in a Jenkins mill. With a wage of $2.75 a day, a little garden, four hens, ditto geese, and a fair measure of happiness and contentment.

  • Intertitle: Ancient Jerusalem, the golden city whose people have given us many of our highest ideals, and from the carpenter shop of Bethlehem, sent us the Man of Men, the greatest enemy of intolerance.

  • Intertitle: Another period of the past. A.D. 1572-Paris, a hotbed of intolerance, in the time of Catherine de Medici, and her son Charles IX, King of France. Charles IX receiving his brother, Monsieur La France, Duc d'Anjou. The heir to the throne, the effeminate Monsieur La France. Pets and toys his pastimes.

  • Intertitle: And now our fourth story of love's struggle against Intolerance, in the distant time when all the nations of the earth sat at the feet of Babylon. Outside of Imgur Bel, the great gate of Babylon, in the time of Belshazzar, 539 B.C. Merchants, farmers, East Indians, with trains of elephants, Egyptians, Numidians, and ambitious Persians spying upon the city.

  • Intertitle: The priest of Bel-Marduk, supreme God of Babylon, jealously watches the image of the rival goddess, Ishtar, enter the city, borne in a sacred ark.

  • Intertitle: And again in Babylon. The marriage market. Money paid for beautiful women given to homely ones, as dowers, so that all may have husbands and be happy. Lips brilliant with juice of henna; eyes lined with kohl.

  • Intertitle: The temper and rough language of the "wild rose" prove her to be not without thorns.

  • Intertitle: Universal justice, an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a murder for a murder.

  • Intertitle: Intolerance, burning and slaying.

  • Intertitle: Babylon's last Bacchanal.

  • Intertitle: When cannon and prison bars wrought in the fires of intolerance - And perfect love shall bring peace forevermore. Instead of prison walls - Bloom flowery fields.

  • Intertitle: 4 years later with good time

  • [last lines]

    Uxía Cambarro: Pablo, it is your destiny.

    Paul Marsh: You stay away! I'll kill you all! I'll burn this fucking town to the ground!

    Uxía Cambarro: We had different mothers, but the same father. We are children of Dagon.

    Paul Marsh: You're a bunch of freaks. A bunch of fucking freaks!

    Uxía Cambarro: Your dreams. Remember your dreams, Pablo. They brought you here.

    Paul Marsh: No. They were nightmares. They weren't real.

    Uxía Cambarro: Every dream is a wish.

    Paul Marsh: [Paul collapses] Somebody help me! What's happening to me?

    Uxía Cambarro: You are my brother. You will be my lover - forever.

    Paul Marsh: [setting himself on fire] No possibilities.

    Uxía Cambarro: Pablo! No! No! No!

    [she drags him down into the sea where the flames are extinguished, and they swim away into the depths together]

    Intertitle: "We shall dive down through black abysses... and in that lair of the Deep Ones we shall dwell amidst wonder and glory forever." - H.P. Lovecraft

  • intertitle: [Before narrative begins] Accurate and faithful in every particular of fact and atmosphere is this pictorial history of the building of the first American transcontinental railroad.

  • intertitle: [Referring to Brandon] With his own hands he has driven the last spike - the buckle in the girdle of a continent.

  • intertitle: [referring to Brandon] The roar of his father's dream - 'his' dream - for he too is helping to build it.

  • Intertitle: [Opening intertitle] Hollywood - 1928. The magic empire of the Twentieth Century! The Mecca of the World!

  • Intertitle: Bowman's disappearance was Danburg's biggest thrill since the milkman eloped with the bootlegger's wife.

  • Intertitle: Johnny Goodlittle - - he has ambition, which in Danburg is as bad as having eczema.

  • Intertitle: Watson had a keg of cider in the smoke house, so Betty's party brought out the cream of society.

  • Intertitle: Everything was going fine until the neighborhood sheik arrived.

  • Intertitle: Herald of summer - the whistle of the show boat just around the bend.

  • [last lines]

    intertitle: WE'LL BE SEEING YOU IN OUR NEXT PICTURE Crash, Dusty, and Alibi, The Range Busters.

  • [Intertitle]: Time heals, and experience teaches that the secret of happiness is in service to others.

  • [Intertitle]: In the magic city of Paris, where fortune is fickle and a woman gambles with life...

  • [Intertitle]: FIFI, a friend - Young and vivacious - living as youth will live.

  • [Intertitle]: MARIE ST. CLAIR - From the drabness of the village to the gayety of Paris -...

  • intertitle: Zach Little - Editor of the Custer "Pathfinder" was half scotch and half seltzer.

  • intertitle: Cleanliness is next to Godliness - that's why Saturday night comes before Sunday.

  • intertitle: The years went on - the West was won - and those who came for treasure found it in the harvests of golden grain!

  • intertitle: [Opening intertitle] Every town has its "Bim" ____ the idol of its youths and bane of its elders.

  • [last lines]

    Intertitle: Watch for THE ROUGH RIDERS when they ride again.

  • intertitle: [last words] Watch for THE ROUGH RIDERS when they ride again.

  • intertitle: [final line] Watch for THE ROUGH RIDERS when they ride again.

  • intertitle: [closing intertitle] Watch for THE ROUGH RIDERS when they ride again.

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