John Clayton Quotes in The Legend of Tarzan (2016)
John Clayton Quotes:
John Clayton: Your son killed the only person who ever cared about me.
Chief Mbonga: It was an animal.
John Clayton: She was my mother.
Chief Mbonga: How was he to know? My son was just a boy! Not like you! Where was your honor?
John Clayton: I... I had none. I had none.
George Washington Williams: I'm still coming with you.
John Clayton: You can't keep up.
George Washington Williams: I might not be able to keep up with Tarzan, but I sure as hell can keep up with *you*.
George Washington Williams: [looking out over the ledge] How are we suppose to catch a train going 40 miles an hour?
John Clayton: Gravity...
[he and the natives jump off one at a time]
George Washington Williams: What I wouldn't give for a horse right now. Why is it people don't ride zebras?
John Clayton: Horses kick to escape. Zebras continue until you are dead.
George Washington Williams: Zeebra. Zehbra. Tomayto. Tomahto.
John Clayton: It's nearly impossible to take the wild out of something born to it.
George Washington Williams: It seem to work with you. Look. I feel foolish for asking, but... Can you really talk to animals?
John Clayton: You're an educated man, Dr. Williams. You tell me.
John Clayton: The Tekes say an elephant's eyes speak the greatest language. Who else can make you feel so much without a word?
George Washington Williams: You look like you're about to give me a hug.
John Clayton: I wasn't.
George Washington Williams: Looked like you were.
John Clayton: Are you aware that you always seem not going to do something right before you do it?
George Washington Williams: Yeah? Well. That's only since I've been saddled with your company.
John Clayton: Half of me is the Earl of Greystoke...
John Clayton: the other half is WILD!
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