June Quotes in Carry on Up the Jungle (1970)
[June is teaching Jungle Boy how to count]
Jungle Boy: One... two... three... four... five...
Jungle Boy: ... sex.
June: [as Jungle Boy picks her up] I wonder if we'll ever get to seven?
June: I wondered if it would be safe for me to go for a walk. I mean, would anything happen?
Bill Boosey: Darling, you could walk starkers through a Foreign Legion outpost and nothing would happen.
Annie: [singing with the caterpillar; Ode to Joy] La-la la-la buggy wuggy, la-la la-la la la-la.
June, Leo, Annie, Quincy: [to the tune of Ode to Joy] la-la la-la la-la la-la, la-la la-la la la-la. La-la la-la la-la la-la, la-la la-la la la-la.
Quincy: [giggling] WE'RE SINGING with the caterpillar!
Leo: [the gang is heading towards the Niagara waterfall] Rocket, look out! The waterfall!
[Rocket is on the edge of the waterfall]
Leo: Reverse paddles!
Leo: [Rocket activates his reverse paddles, saving everyone] That was a close one.
Annie: Well, we made it to Niagara Falls...
Leo, June, Annie, Quincy: [everyone laughs]
Velma Kelly: Cicero.
June: I'm standin' in the kitchen, carving up a chicken for dinner, minding my own business, when in storms my husband, Wilbur, in a jealous rage. "You've been screwing the milkman," he said. He was crazy, and he kept on screaming, "You've been screwing the milkman." And then he ran into my knife... he ran into my knife ten times.
Griffin Mill: It lacked certain elements that we need to market a film successfully.
June: What elements?
Griffin Mill: Suspense, laughter, violence. Hope, heart, nudity, sex. Happy endings. Mainly happy endings.
June: What about reality?
June: What took you so long?
Griffin Mill: Traffic was a bitch.
June: I like words and letters, but I'm not crazy about complete sentences.
June: I don't go to movies.
Griffin Mill: Why not?
June: Life is too short.
June: We can't hurry things any more than we can stop them.
Griffin Mill: Let's go to Acapulco.
June: Is that the thing to do?
Griffin Mill: It's *a* thing to do.
June: Why don't you put me in the hot springs and see if I melt?
Peter: June, are you pretty?
June: Not bad.
Peter: Can you hear me as well as I hear you?
Peter: You've got a good voice. You've got guts too. It's funny - I've known dozens of girls: I've been in love with some of them, but an American girl whom I've never seen and who I never shall see will hear my last words. That's funny. It's rather sweet.
Peter: June, if you're around when they pick me up, turn your head away?
Abraham Farlan: Child, where were you born?
June: In Boston Sir.
Abraham Farlan: Do you know this man?
June: I think so.
Abraham Farlan: You think so?
June: I only met him a few days ago.
Abraham Farlan: You hardly know him. How can you think you love him?
June: But I do love him.
Abraham Farlan: Nonsense my child.
Doctor Frank Reeves: I object. Council will withdraw the expression.
June: It's all right Frank. he's right. There's no sense in love.
Abraham Farlan: Wisdom still flowers in Boston.
Peter: [over radio] Where were you born?
Peter: That's a place to be born, history was made there. Are you in love with anybody? No, no don't answer that.
June: I could love a man like you, Peter.
Peter: I love you, June. You're life and I'm leaving you.
[waking up after operation]
Peter: We won.
June: I know darling.
June: [opening words, before faces shown on screen] Request your position. Come in, Lancaster. Come in, Lancaster.
Peter: Position - nil, repeat nil. Age - 27, 27, did you get that? Very important. Education - interrupted, violently interrupted. Religion - Church of England. Politics - Conservative by nature, Labour by experience. What's your name?
June: Received your message. We can hear you. Are you wounded? Repeat. Are you wounded? Are you bailing out?
Peter: What's your name?
Peter: Yes June, I'm bailing out. I'm bailing out but there's a catch, I've got no parachute.
Doctor Frank Reeves: Tell me, do you believe in the survival of human personality after death?
Peter: I thought you said you read my verses.
Doctor Frank Reeves: Do you?
June: I don't know, er, I'd never thought about it, do you?
Doctor Frank Reeves: I don't know, I've thought about it too much.
Doctor Frank Reeves: [talking to Peter] I've got bad news for you.
June: Then why the grin?
Doctor Frank Reeves: You're going with me.
June: Where to?
Doctor Frank Reeves: [talking to both June and Peter] To my house, for two reasons, first I want to meet this chap next time he drops in and second I like a nice girl around the house and she only come to see me to borrow a book, and she's a slow reader
June: Is it true that Mexican men love cunnilingus?
June: [Her phone rings] How does he keep getting our numbers?
[She answers it]
June: Look buddy...
Walter Buckell: I hear that money turns you on.
June: Yeah, so?
Walter Buckell: Whenever the subject comes up, you will play with your boobs, and not even know you're doing it.
June: That is the dumbest fucking thing I have ever heard.
June: So you think you've had sex, do you?
June: You're hopeless, Carl. Hopeless. When are you gonna grow up?
June: It is impossible to say Goodbye to someone you love. It is easier to say 'See ya Later... may be in heaven'.
June: I need a father, I'm not done being raised yet
June: Kiss my rosie-red ass!
June: Stay warm.
Chet: Don't tell me what to do.
Addison: Why are you so calm?
June: A panicking woman is no help to anyone.
June: Cigarette, Aunt Charlotte?
[Offering her cigarette case]
Charlotte Vale: Thank you.
June: They're cork-tipped. Make sure you get the right end.
Charlotte Vale: Thanks for the instructions, Roly-Poly.
Lisa Vale: If I were you, June, I'd give up.
June: Got the shakes, Aunt Charlotte?
Charlotte: Go on! Make fun of me! You think it's fun making fun of me!
June: Earlier she was making me really nervous, her behavior. I think she was sick or something. So...
June: I guess it'd be good for her to run around, play with other dogs.
Charles: Definitely. Definitely good for her to get out. Spread her wings... spread her... spread her... spread her legs. Spread her...
June: I don't think that's what you mean.
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