Murdoch Quotes in See Spot Run (2001)
Officer in Alaska: You seem especially happy to be here!
Murdoch: This is not a smile, my face is frozen like this.
Murdoch: Well just settle down and relax, while I finish telling you the Armstrong story.
Murdoch: Well His first words were 'Congratulations Mr. Gorsky.'
Murdoch: Well a lot of theories popped up about what Armstrong meant, like maybe he saw something up here that proved the Russians made it first or that he was some kind of double agent sending a message to Moscow. Finally he got sick of hearing about it so he decides to set the record straight. Turns out when he was a kid, Armstrong lived next door to an older couple named Gorsky. So one day he went over to their yard to get a stray baseball, and he heard a noise. Then he looked in the window, and there were the Garcons going at it on the table. And suddenly Mr. Gorsky stopped and said to his wife, after 30 years of good loving he wanted to try something different. Well Mrs. Gorsky was shocked. How dare him ask her for such a thing. Dream on, she said to him, the day I put that thing in my mouth is the day that little Armstong boy next door walks on the moon.
Murdoch: You know Mrs. Fishbein, you are a hell of a good-looking woman.
Mother: [overhearing on the radio] He really IS stoned.
Murdoch: Anything wrong, sir?
Clive Candy: Murdoch, the war is over. The Germans have accepted the terms of the armistice; hostilities cease at 10 O'clock. It's nearly that now. Murdoch, do you know what this means?
Murdoch: I do, sir. Peace. We can go home. Everybody can go home.
Clive Candy: For me, Murdoch, it means more than that; it means that right is might after all. The Germans have shelled hospitals, bombed open towns, sunk neutral ships, used poison gas, and we won -- clean fighting, honest soldiering have won. God bless you, Murdoch.
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