Victoria Jones Quotes in Bhowani Junction (1956)
Victoria Jones Quotes:
Ranjit Kasel: Why did he call you Miss Darkie?
Victoria Jones: To hurt.
Ranjit Kasel: I don't always understand Col. Savage.
Victoria Jones: I wish I didn't always understand him.
Ranjit Kasel: But, I want to be able to share these things with you, Victoria.
Victoria Jones: Then listen: There was a young lady named Starkey, who got herself hitched to a darkie. The results of her sins, was an eightsome of twins: 2 black, 2 white and 4 cocky.
Patrick Taylor: Where's your hat?
Victoria Jones: I never wear it, unless I have to.
Patrick Taylor: But, the sun - it will get you all brown at this time of day.
Victoria Jones: It's not the sun that makes us brown, now, is it.
Victoria Jones: Can't you understand anything? Can't you understand how they feel? Or, me? I came back from Delhi ready to love you and I found you were all the things I don't want to be. When I'm happy, you spoil it. When I'm in trouble, you don't notice it. When I want you to do something, you won't do it. When I ask you not to do something...
Patrick Taylor: But, but...
Victoria Jones: Don't but me, you fool! You're a snob and you are self-satisfying! And you're, you're a ratty Chi-Chi! And you make me behave like a Chi-Chi too! Now, go away! I don't ever want to see you again except on duty!
Patrick Taylor: Oh Colonel, jolly good idea, that of yours, you know, what your men did to those Wogs lying on the railway line!
Col. Rodney Savage: Would you mind not trying to drag me into your mating squabbles.
Patrick Taylor: See, it's like that, eh, all open and above board...
Victoria Jones: Ranjit, would you find a table for us and hold it please.
Patrick Taylor: Why don't you go to a Wog cinema. That's were you belong, isn't it? Holding hands and chewing betel nuts with your black boyfriend!
Victoria Jones: Don't you say that about Ranjit, to me, or to anybody else!
Patrick Taylor: Then, keep him out of here! This is for Europeans!
Victoria Jones: I don't know what you mean, Sir.
Col. Rodney Savage: Stop calling me Sir. You're not a chambermaid, are you?
Victoria Jones: Why should you stand by me? You're not an Anglo-Indian?
Col. Rodney Savage: You're an officer under my command.
Victoria Jones: Say, eh, I, all these weeks I've known you, this is the first time I've realized there's a human being inside you somewhere.
Col. Rodney Savage: Oh, he's still there, is he? Good. Then, there's hope for us all.
Col. Rodney Savage: It's about time the Lord started making all human beings the same on the outside as well as the same on the inside.
Victoria Jones: They'd only change it back again, the moment his back was turned.
Col. Rodney Savage: I wish I could quarrel with that.
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