Sir Lionel Barton Quotes in The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932)
Sir Lionel Barton Quotes:
Sir Lionel Barton: You're Fu Manchu, aren't you?
Fu Manchu: I am a doctor of philosophy from Edinburgh, I am a doctor of law from Christ College, I am a doctor of medicine from Harvard. My friends, out of courtesy, call me doctor.
Sir Lionel Barton: Oh, I beg your pardon. Well, three times doctor, what do you want of me.
Fu Manchu: I have sent for you to make your fortune. What good are these relics of a dead warrior to you?
Sir Lionel Barton: Oh, our English people like to look at them on holidays.
Fu Manchu: Are they worth a million pounds to you?
Sir Lionel Barton: My dear fellow, I can't sell what I haven't got.
Fu Manchu: But you will tell me where they are for money, I mean?
Sir Lionel Barton: Not for anything in the world.
Nayland Smith: What do you expect to find in that tomb?
Sir Lionel Barton: A record, the golden plate, the threat of Genghis Khan's return, the golden mask he wore, and the famous golden scimitar.
Nayland Smith: Exactly, of course in your hands these things would be merely interesting archaeological specimens to go into British Museum, but should Fu Manchu put that mask across his wicked eyes and take that scimitar into his bony, cruel hands, all Asia rises. He'll declare himself Genghis Khan come to life again. And that, my friend, is what you have got to prevent. You must find that grave, and you must be the first to find it. And you must bring those pretty things back to England.
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