Rolfe Quotes in The Long Ships (1964)
Rolfe: If we ever had children, my lady, what princely liars they would be!
Olla: Well, where are we?
Rolfe: [Disgustedly] No... you wouldn't understand that.
Aly Mansuh: We sail tomorrow and may Allah send us a fair wind and a calm sea.
Rolfe: And may Thor do the same, my lord.
Rolfe: [narrating a "telegram" for Liesl] Dear Liesl, I would like to tell you how I feel about you STOP Unfortunately, this wire is already too expensive Sincerely, Rolfe
Liesl: [sounded offended] Sincerely?
Liesl: [turning away] Cordially?
[Liesl smiles and throws her arms around his neck]
Captain von Trapp: [after pulling the gun from Rolfe] You'll never be one of them.
Rolfe: Lieutenant! Lieutenant, they're here! They're here, Lieutenant!
Rolfe: [Referring to Nantaquas] This rogue means to kill you.
Capt. John Smith: It's plain he has no love for me.
Rolfe: [Referring to Smith's marriage to Pocahantas] It's sacrilege for John Smith to do this thing!
Fleming: May hap, my friend, but it'll be most pleasant on a cold night.
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