Mrs. Treves Quotes in The Elephant Man (1980)
Mrs. Treves Quotes:
John Merrick: [after seeing pictures of Dr. Treves' family] Would you care to see my mother?
Dr. Frederick Treves: [surprised] Your mother? Yes please.
[John pulls out a small portrait]
Mrs. Treves: Oh but she's... Mr. Merrick, she's beautiful!
John Merrick: Oh, she had the face of an angel!
John Merrick: I must have been a great disappointment to her.
Mrs. Treves: No, Mr. Merrick, no. No son as loving as you could ever be a disappointment.
John Merrick: If only I could find her, so she could see me with such lovely friends here now; perhaps she could love me as I am. I've tried so hard to be good.
[Mrs. Treves begins to cry]-- Mrs. Treves
Mrs. Treves: I'm very pleased to meet you, Mr. Merrick.
John Merrick: I'm very pleased...
[John begins to cry]
Dr. Frederick Treves: What is it, John? What's the matter?
John Merrick: It's just that I-I'm not used to being treated so well by a beautiful woman...-- Mrs. Treves
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