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Remington Steele Quotes

The Alphabet Murders (48)

Steele: "A variation on _____, uh Tony Randall, Robert Morley..."
Laura: "I know, I know."
[Tony Randall, Robert Morley, MGM 1965; based on "The ABC Murders" by Agatha Christie.]

And Then There Were None (10)

Steele: "_____."
Laura: "That's what I'm afraid of."
Steele: "No, the movie!"
Laura: "What movie?"
Steele: "Barry Fitzgerald, Walter Huston, Louis Hayward, June Dupree."
Laura: "Get a grip on yourself. You're coming unhinged."

And Then There Were None (48)

Steele: "_____, Barry Fitzgerald, Walter Huston..."
Laura: "I remember."

And Then There Were None (90)

Steele: "_____."
Tony: "There's not much."
Steele: "Barry Fitzgerald."
Tony: "This isn't Keyes?"
Steele: "Walter Huston, Louis Hayward, C.Aubrey Smith, Twentieth Fox 1945."

Anna Karenina (22)

Steele: "Or the train station. I mean, Garbo threw herself in front of a train in _____."

[Greta Garbo, Fredric March, Basil Rathbone, MGM 1935.]

Bad Day at Black Rock (39)

Steele: "I must admit that this case is beginning to sound more and more like _____."
Laura: "Annotation?"
Steele: "Spencer Tracy, Robert Ryan, MGM 1954."

The Bad Seed (36)

Steele: "You expect to travel in [the RV] with _____?"
Nancy Kelly, Patty McCormack, Warner Brothers 1956.]

Bambi (64)

Steele: "A movie would be a good idea. What would you like to see?"
Laura: "I'll leave it to you, Mr. Steele."
Steele: "I want to see _____."

The Barefoot Contessa (62)

Steele: "_____."
Laura: "Who?"
Steele: "Humphrey Bogart, Ava Gardner, United Artists 1954."

Beau Geste (45)

Steele: "_____."
Laura: "I'm really not in the mood for one of your movie quotes now."

[Ronald Coleman, Neil Hamilton, William Powell, Paramount 1926 (silent). Cary Cooper, Ray Milland, Paramount 1939. And Telly Savalas, Guy Stockwell, Universal 1966.]

Beverly Hills Cop (79)

Steele: "_____, Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinholt, Paramount 1984.
A wealthy industrialists smuggles bearer bonds hidden inside shipping crates."
Donald: "What are you talking about?"

Beverly Hills Cop (90)

Laura: "_____."
Tony: "Who?"
Steele: "Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinholt, Paramount 1985. Excellent, Laura."

The Big Sleep (12)

Laura: "Say something. If you can't talk, groan."
Steele: "_____, Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Warner Brothers 1946."
Laura: "You're babbling."

The Big Sleep (13)

Dr.Wicker: "Welcome to _____."

The Big Sleep (44)

Steele: "_____."
Laura: "What?"
Steele: "A killer sets a trap for Bogart. ..."

A Bill of Divorcement (70)

Laura: "A Bill of Whatchamacallit, with Who's-it's and What's-his-name?"
Steele: "Ah yes, uh, _____, uh John Barrymore, Katherine Hepburn, RKO 1932."

Blood Alley (58)

Steele: "I was only going to investigate a doll factory. I didn't anticipate _____."

[John Wayne, Lauren Bacall, Warner Brothers 1955.]

Blow Up (84)

Laura: "_____. David Hemmings, Vanessa Redgrave, MGM 1967. Or was it 1966."
Bernie: "What are you mumbling about?"
Laura: "A certain friend of mine will be very proud of me right now."

[It was 1966.]

Body Heat (76)

Steele: "_____."
Mildred: "It certainly was!"
Steele: "Kathleen Turner, William Hurt, Warner Brothers 1981."

Boom Town (37)

Laura: "Look, before you convince yourself that it's _____ all over again,"
Frances: "What?"
Laura: "_____ MGM 1940. Clark Gable leaves Claudette Colbert for
Hedy La..."

[Realizes what she's just said.]

Boys' Town (51)

Steele: "All right everybody, here we go. _____, Spencer Tracy, Mickey Rooney, MGM 1938."
Laura: "Yeah, yeah, I know."

The Bride of Frankenstein (23)

Steele: "Uh, who is it?"
Laura: "_____."

[Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester, Universal 1935.]

The Bride of Frankenstein (88)

Mildred: [to Laura] "You look like _____."

Casablanca (2)

Laura: "Who are you? Where did you come from?"
Steele: "Humphrey Bogart to Ingrid Bergman, _____, Warner Brothers 1942."

Casablanca (14)

Steele: "Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world..."

Casablanca (24)

Laura: "Richard Blaine. Why is that name so familiar?"
Steele: "It's the name of the character Bogart played in _____."

Casablanca (50)

Laura: "You don't have to be a movie buff to realize what you just recounted is a scene from _____."

Casablanca (88)

Laura: "Ilsa Lund!"
Mildred: "What are you doing?"
Laura: "Ilsa Lund is the name of the character Ingrid Bergman played in _____."

Chain the Tiger (82)

Steele: "_____, Jack Lemmon, Jack Gilford, Paramount 19...72."

Chinatown (12)

Laura: "_____. I, too, attend an occasional movie.
Is there another book like this one?"
Clerk: "Of course not."
Steele: "A page has been torn out."
Clerk: "Never happened before that damn movie."

[Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, Paramount 1974.]

Citizen Kane (10)

Laura: "Franks and beans, on Wedgewood? Shades of Citizen Hearst."

Citizen Kane (50)

Steele: "I'm looking for Orson Welles. Or was it Joseph Cotten.
Ah, yes, yes. Xanadu. I'm looking for Xanadu."

Laura: "The movie _____?"
Steele: "Uh, Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, RKO 1941."

Coma (13)

Steele: "You know what they tried to do to Genevieve Bujold in _____."

Convicted (87)

Steele: "_____, Glenn Ford, Broderick Crawford, Columbia 1950.
Ford plays an innocent man convicted to life imprisonment for a murder he didn't commit."
Sergeant: "Ruth Roman played the dame, right?"
Steele: "Dorothy Malone, actually."

The Corpse Came C.O.D. (60

Steele: "_____"
Bernard: "We're going to try to get money for it?"
Steele: "George Brent, Joan Blondell, Columbia 1947."

A Day at the Races (50)

Steele: "The stills outside the cinema pointed the way all the time, only I didn't connect them 'til now. _____. Come on!"

[Marx Brothers, MGM 1937.]

The Day of the Jackal (58)

Steele: "Ah. _____, Edward Fox, Michel Lonsdale, Universal 19...73."
Mulch: "Yeah!"
Mildred: "Whaddya mean, 'Yeah'?"

The Day of the Jackal (68)

Steele: "_____."
Daniel: "Jackal? They'll be feeding on our carcasses if you don't pull this off."
Steele: "Edward Fox, Michael Lonsdale, Universal 1973."

Death Race 2000 (44)

Steele: "For gosh sakes, slow down, will you? This isn't _____."

[David Carradine, Sylvester Stallone, New World 1975.]

Death Takes a Holiday (86)

Mildred: "But I don't understand. How?"
Steele: "_____, Fredric March, Evelyn Venable, Paramount 1934."
Laura: "Mr. Steele, please."

Death Takes a Holiday (88)

Steele: "Look, if death can take a holiday, why can't you?"

Dirty Harry (53)

Lloyd Nolan: "No disrespect, but let's face it. _____ you ain't."

[Clint Eastwood, Harry Guardino, Warner Brothers 1971.]

Dirty Harry (80)

Mildred: "_____ is beginning to look better and better."

D.O.A. (6)

Steele: "_____. Edmond O'Brien, Andrew Britten, United Artists 1949."
Laura: "_____?"
Steele: "Uh huh. It means 'dead on arrival'."
Laura: "I know what it means, what does it mean?"

D.O.A. (73)

Steele: "_____! Edmond O'Brien, Luther Adler, United Artists 1949."

Easy Rider (72)

Steele: "Right idea, wrong movie. It was _____."

Enter the Dragon (8)

Steele: "Are we looking here at _____, with Bruce Lee on the trail of illicit narcotics?"

[John Saxon, 1973]

The Fan (53)

Steele: "_____."
Virginia Mayo: "What?"
Steele: "Lauren Bacall, James Garner, Paramount 1981."

Fear Strikes Out (48)

Steele: "How about a double feature tonight to take our minds off the case."
Laura: "What's playing?"
Steele: "_____ and Pride of the Yankees."

[Anthony Perkins, Karl Malden, Paramount 1957.]

From Russia With Love (50)

Steele: "Into the back and throw the oil drums into their path!"
Laura: "Right! ... Oil drums! There aren't any oil drums!"
Steele: "There were in _____!"

[Sean Connery, Robert Shaw, Pedro Armendariz, United Artists 1963.]

The Fuller Brush Man (49)

Steele: "_____, Red Skelton, Janet Blair, Columbia 1948."

Gaslight (22)

Steele: "Are you suggesting... _____?"
Alfred: "What?"
Steele: "Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman, MGM 1944."

[A remake of the 1939 version by British National.]

Gaslight (63)

Steele: "_____."
Laura: "The flashlight's fine, thanks."
Steele: "Ingrid Bergman, Charles Boyer, MGM 1944."
Laura: "I like your choice of films, Mr. Steele."

Gaslight (73)

Steele: "_____. Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman, MGM 1944."

The Gauntlet (36)

Steele: "_____, Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke, Warner Brothers 1977."
Laura: "Down kids, we're going to the movies."

The Godfather (53)

Steele: "_____, Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, Paramount 1972."

Going in Style (81)

Steele: "_____, George Burns, Art Carney, Lee Strasberg, Warner Brothers 1979."

Goldfinger (45)

Laura: "Not a bad move."
Steele: "_____, Sean Connery, Gert Frobe, United Artists 1964."

[note: There is also a reference to Oddjob in one ep., but I can't recall it now. KL]

Gone with the Wind (50)

Steele: "Frankly my dear I don't give a damn. Why did I say that?"
Laura: "Rhett Butler's last line to Scarlet O'Hara. Oh, I do hope this has something to do with _____. Now that's one movie I do know about, I've seen it a dozen times."

[Clark Cable, Vivien Leigh, Olivia de Havilland, MGM 1939.]

Gone with the Wind (57)

Steele: "I keep hoping I'll wake up and I'll be watching _____."

Gone with the Wind (73)

Laura:[holds up a videocassette] "_____?"
Steele: "Merely to make sure that the machine is functioning properly."

[Throughout the episode, Steele tries to watch the movie on his VCR.]

The Great Escape (46)

Steele: "_____,

[cough] Steve McQueen, James Garner,

[cough] United Artists 1963."

The Great Impostor (71)

Steele: "That guy is a bigger fraud than Tony Curtis in _____."

[Raymond Massey, Karl Malden, United Artists 1961.]

Hamlet (82)

Steele: "_____. Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons, Jay Arthur, Rank 1948."

The Happy Hooker (88)

Laura: "So you're going to waltz down the aisle with _____?"

Heaven's Gate (57)

Steele: "I keep hoping I'll wake up and I'll be watching 'Gone With
The Wind'. Or _____."

[Kris Kristofferson, Isabelle Huppert, 1980]

[ Odd that Steele mentions this, since it is considered by many to be a simply awful movie].

Hide in Plain Sight (69)

Steele: '_____."
Laura:"... We could be looking for anyone."
Mildred: "Yeah, but who?"
Steele: "James Caan, Jill Eikenberry."
Mildred: "Who?"
Steele: "United Artists 1979."

How to Murder Your Wife (63)

Steele: "_____, Jack Lemmon, Virna Lisi, United Artists 1965."

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (32)

Roxie: "I feel like _____."

[Charles Laughton, Cedric Hardwicke, RKO 1939. An excellent remake of the 1939

[Lon Chaney, Universal] silent.]

In the Heat of the Night (39)

Steele: "_____, Sidney Poitier, Rod Steiger, United Artists 1967."

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (67)

Mildred: "_____, Kevin McCarthy, Dana Wynter, Allied Artists 1956. Oh, how he loved that picture!"

It Happened One Night (25)

Steele: "Shouldn't be too hard for a long-legged field darter named Claudette."
Laura: "Claudette?"
Steele: "Claudette Colbert in _____, uh, Clark Gable, Columbia 1934. I'll explain on the way."

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (17)

Laura: "I've seen those palm trees before."
Steele: "Of course you have. It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad

[sic] World, United Artists 1963.
Spencer Tracy and a cadre of comics."

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (64)

Heading Tag Steele: "_____."
Laura: "Profound observation, Mr. Steele."
Steele: "Spencer Tracy, Sid Caesar, United Artists 1963."

Jaws (55)

Steele: "Yes, well, I hate to tear you away from 'Jaws 4', but..."

[Robert Shaw, Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, Universal 1975. 'Jaws 2': Roy Scheider, Lorraine Gary, Universal 1978.]

Johnny Apollo (53)

Lloyd Nolan: "Don't forget _____, darling."
Steele: "Oh, Tyrone Power, Edward Arnold, Twentieth Century Fox, 19 uh 40. I'm sorry, excuse me."

[Lloyd Nolan, Dorothy Lamour.]

Key Largo (24)

Steele: "Did you happen to see _____, Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Warner Brothers 1948?"
Laura: "The last movie you took me to almost cost me my life."

Laura (17)

Steele: "Laura."
Laura: "Yes?"
Steele: "Laura."
Laura: "What!"
Steele: "Laura, Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney, Twentieth Century Fox 1944."

Laura (50)

Dr.Tulliver: "This is Miss Laura Holt."
Steele: "Ah, Laura, of course. Yes, Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney."

The List of Adrian Messenger (73)

Laura: "What have we stumbled into here?"
Steele: "_____, George C.Scott, Kirk Douglas, Universal 1963."

Little Murders (54)

Steele: "Ah, _____, Elliot Gould, Alan Arkin, Twentieth Century Fox eh
1971. A rampant sniper picks people off at a New York high-rise building."

The Lost Weekend (37)

Steele: "I've seen that look before."
Laura: "What look?"
Steele: "Ray Milland had it in _____."

The Lost Weekend (65)

Laura: "We've gone through this whole case without your once coming up with a movie reference."
Steele: "Ah, here you go, I've got an appropriate one."
Laura: "Oh?"
Steele: "_____, Ray Milland, Jane Wyman, Paramount 1945."

The Macomber Affair (78)

Mildred: "I loved that about the lion, Chief."
Steele: "Gregory Peck to Robert Preston, _____, United Artists 1947."

The Major and the Minor (38)

Steele: "Hardly in keeping with the lighthearted spirit of the movie, is it?
_____, Ray Milland, Ginger Rogers, Paramount 1942."
Laura: "Mr. Steele has a great fondness for equating motion pictures with real life."

The Maltese Falcon (12)

Laura: "Where were you?"
Steele: "In a scene right out of _____.
There I was, confronting the very incarnation of Casper Gutman.
I, of course, was Sam Spade, the slightly shady shamus.
And, we were dinkering for the dinkus, only he called it an item."

[Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre, Sidney Greenstreet, Bridget O'Shaughnessy, Warner Brothers 1941.]

The Maltese Falcon (23)

Steele: "Package? Wrapped in newspaper? Laura, this is beginning to smack of _____.
Walter Huston plays a sea captain, who, although riddled with bullets, manages to bring Bogart the falcon wrapped in newspaper."

The Maltese Falcon (45)

Ron: "I thought the Hapsburg Dagger was just a myth. Like _____."

The Maltese Falcon (47)

Steele: "You realize what we're doing, don't you, Laura?
We're chasing a Maltese falcon."

The Maltese Falcon (53)

Steele: "I get this image.
This image of the character Peter Lorre played in _____."

The Maltese Falcon (77)

Mulch: "That's a clue!"
Mildred: "What's a clue?"
Mulch: "_____, Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, um... you know, all those other guys."

Manhandled (53)

Steele: "I mean, take _____, Dan Duryea, Sterling Hayden, uh Paramount 1949."

[Dorothy Lamour]

The Man Who Knew Too Much (37)

Steele: "_____."
Donald: "Look, I'm willing to forget if he is."
Steele: "Jimmy Stewart, Doris Day, Paramount 1956."

Mirage (26)

Steele: "I've got it. _____, Gregory Peck, Walter Matthau, Universal, uh 1965."
Frank: "I don't remember that one."
Steele: "I'm not surprised."

Moby Dick (46)

Laura: "Do you really think people cared there were three versions of _____?"

[A silent movie titled 'The Sea Beast.' John Barrymore, Joan Bennett, Warner Brothers 1930. And Gregory Peck, Richard Basehart, a John Huston production 1956.]

Moon Over Burma (53)

Steele: "You're kidding. Dorothy Lamour? The Road to Singapore? _____? Typhoon?"

[Dorothy Lamour, Robert Preston, Paramount 1940.]

Murder Most Foul (12)

Grace Stanton: "He began saying all sorts of strange things."
Laura: "Such as?"
Grace Stanton: "_____, Margaret Rutherford, MGM 1964.
Do you know what any of this means, Miss Holt?"
Laura: "Um, Mr. Steele often speaks in a code."

Murder on the Orient Express (14)

Steele: "Paramount 1974, a veritable cavalcade of stars. _____."
Murphy: "I'm going to go get some more coffee. Want some?"
Laura: "I'll come with you."

The Music Lovers (22)

Sherry: "Or the reservoir.
Where Richard Chamberlain drank contaminated water in _____."

[Richard Chamberlain, Glenda Jackson, United Artists 1970. An absurd fantasia on the life of Tchaikovsky.]

My Fair Lady (32)

Steele: "

[Pygmalion] Or for those who prefer the musical version, _____."

[Rex Harrison, Audrey Hepburn, CBS 1964.]

Neptune's Daughter (38)

Steele: "_____, Esther Williams, MGM 1949."

Obsession (42)

Steele: "_____, Cliff Cliff Cliff Robertson, Genevieve Bujold, uh Columbia 1976."

Ocean's Eleven (41)

Steele: "_____, Frank Sinatra, Richard Conte and the Rat Pack, Warner Brothers um 1960."

Old Yeller (43)

Steele: "It sickens me to think that you and _____ are members of the same animal family."

[Dorothy McGuire, Fess Parker, Walt Disney 1957.]

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (10)

Steele: "Nurse Ratchet, we are private investigators."

Out of the Past (83)

Steele: "_____, Robert Mitchum, Kirk Douglas, RKO 1947."

Pennies from Heaven (22)

Steele: "A trifle more substantial than _____."

Peyton Place (40)

Steele: "This town is a veritable _____.

[Lana Turner, Lee Philips, Twentieth Century Fox 1957.]

The Postman Always Rings Twice (53)

Lloyd Nolan: "Stay down, Steele. _____."

[Lana Turner, John Garfield, MGM 1946.]

Pride of the Yankees (48)

Steele: "How about a double feature tonight to take our minds off the case."
Laura: "What's playing?"
Steele: "Fear Strikes Out and _____."

[Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright, a Sam Goldwyn production 1942]

Psycho (11)

Phil Haver: "She doesn't need a motive. She's nuts. Didn't you ever see _____?"

Psycho (63)

Laura: "_____."
Steele: "I beg your pardon?"
Laura: "Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Paramount 1960."

The Producers (59)

Steele: "Ah. _____."
Laura: "Here we go again."
Steele: "Zero Mostel, Gene Wilder, Avco-Embassy 1968."

Pygmalion (32)

Steele: "_____!"
Laura: "What?"
Roxie: "Who?"
Steele: "Leslie Howard, Wendy Hiller, MGM um 1938."

Rear Window (34)

Steele: "_____."
Laura: "I know was made into a movie."
Steele: "James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Paramount 1954."

[Steele spends most of the episode with his leg in a cast, and ends it with both legs in a cast, just like Jimmy Stewart.]

Rear Window (80)

Steele: "Now I know how Jimmy Stewart felt in _____."

The Road to Singapore (53)

Steele: "You're kidding. Dorothy Lamour? _____? Moon Over Burma? Typhoon?"

[Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Paramount 1940.]

Robin Hood (26)

Laura: "Spellbound?"
Steele: "Or _____."

[Douglas Fairbanks, Wallace Beery, 1922


Romancing the Stone (89)

Steele: "A veritable _____."
Tony: "What?"
Steele: "Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, Twentieth Century Fox 1985."

Saint Louis Blues (53)

Dorothy Lamour: "Lloyd and I did uh _____."
Steele: "William uh Frawley and Matty Melneck and his Orchestra, Paramount 1939, yes."

Sands of Iwo Jima (26)

Laura: "What are you doing?"
Steele: "_____, John Wayne, Republic 1949."

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (53)

Steele: "You know, you still look as lovely as you did in _____?
Danny Kaye, RKO 19 uh..."

[Boris Karloff, Samuel Goldwyn 1947.]

Shanghai Cobra (75)

Steele: "Feets don't fail me now. Do you know who said that?"
Scabbard: "I can't say that I do."
Steele: "Charlie Chan's chauffeur. _____, Monogram 1945. I've always thought those words to live by."

The Shining (7)

Laura: "What am I supposed to make of this?"
Steele: "_____?"
Laura: "What?"
Steele: "Did you see _____?"
Laura: "Did see _____?"

Smokey and the Bandit (67)

Steele: "Have you driven one of these things before?"
Laura: "I've seen _____."

Somewhere in the Night (53)

Steele: "I went to a revival house where they were showing _____, but they lost the last reel. ..."

[John Hodiak, Lloyd Nolan, Richard Conte, Twentieth Century Fox 1946.]

Spellbound (26)

Laura: "By the way, where did you get this stuff on amnesia?"
Steele: "_____?"
Laura: "Yes, I was, actually."
Steele: "Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergman, Selznick International, um 1945."
Laura: "Why do I ask?"

Splendor in the Grass (29)

Steele: "_____, Warren Beatty, Natalie Wood, Warner Brothers 1961."

Stagecoach (36)

Steele: "When John Ford was directing _____..."

[Claire Trevor, John Wayne, United Artists 1939.]

A Star is Born (22)

Steele: "What about the beach?
I mean, in _____, Fredric March walks himself into the ocean."

[Janet Gaynor, Fredric March, Selznick 1937.]

The Sting (21)

[The entire episode is the Remington Steele version of the movie.
Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Universal 1973.]

The Sting (28)

Laura: "We're about to enact our version of one of Mr. Steele's favorite films, _____."

Sunset Boulevard (83)

Steele: "_____."
Laura: "I thought he lived on Eastwood Drive."
Steele: "Gloria Swanson, William Holden, Paramount 1950."

[Curiously, Rebecca Holden appears in the same episode.]

The Taking of Pelham 123 (75)

Steele: "_____."
Scabbard: "What?"
Steele: "Walter Matthau, Robert Shaw, United Artists, 1974."
Scabbard: "We're all going to die like dogs and he's talking about a movie?"

Tea and Sympathy (1)

Steele: "Years from now, when you talk of this, and you will, be kind.
Deborah Kerr to John Kerr. _____, MGM 1958."

They Won't Believe Me (88)

Steele: "_____."
Laura: "Who won't?"
Steele: "Robert Young, Susan Hayward, RKO 1947."

The Thin Man (2)

Laura: "I hope you know what you're doing."
Steele: "I know precisely what I'm doing.
William Powell did exactly the same thing in _____."

The Thin Man (56)

Steele: "_____, William Powell, Myrna Loy, MGM 1934.
Nick and Nora invite all the suspects to a dinner party and then serve up the killer at the main course."

The Third Man (8)

Steele: "I'm afraid to admit it this far along, but I think we're in the wrong movie.

Laura: "What are you talking about!"
Steele: "_____!"

The Third Man (16)

Steele: "_____, London Films 1949.
Orson Welles disappeared in the sewers of Vienna..."

The Third Man (47)

Steele: "_____, Joseph Cotten, Orson Welles, London Films 1949."

The Third Man (76)

Laura: "Now all we need is _____."
Steele: "Well, if it isn't Orson Welles, I can't be of any immediate help. _____, Joseph Cotten..."
Laura: "I got it the first time."

The Thirty-Nine Steps (50)

Steele: "Pretty soon you'll want to make yourself comfortable and then do you Madeleine Carroll routine. Yes, I'm looking forward to that."
Laura: "What Madeleine Carroll routine?"
Steele: "_____? The Hitchcock movie? Even I remember that. I mean, Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll, on the run..."


Thirty Seconds over Tokyo (21)

Steele: "I'm watching a movie, um, _____, heroic stuff, makes me proud to be in your brave country."

[Spencer Tracy, Van Johnson, MGM 1944.]

Thirty-Six Hours (71)

Steele: "What's going on here, Laura?"
Laura: "_____."
Steele: "James Garner, Rod Taylor, MGM 1964."

The Thomas Crown Affair (15)

Morrie: "How we gonna do that?"
Steele: "_____, Steve McQueen, Faye Dunaway, United Artists 1968."

Three Days of the Condor (53)

Lloyd Nolan: "What were we talking about?"
Steele: "_____."
Lloyd Nolan: "No, I wasn't in that."

[Robert Redford, Faye Dunaway, Cliff Robertson, Paramount 1975.]

T-Men (62)

Steele: "_____, Dennis O'Keefe, Albert Rider, Eagle/Lion 1948."

Tom Jones (29)

Laura: "This stuff sounds more to me like _____."
Steele: "_____? Albert Finney never had to work this hard."
Laura: "Albert Finney never had to play the part with me."

[Albert Finney, Susannah York, United Artists 1963.]

Typhoon (53)

Steele: "You're kidding. Dorothy Lamour? The Road to Singapore? Moon Over Burma? _____?"

[Dorothy Lamour, Robert Preston, Paramount 1940.]

The Uninvited (16)

Steele: "_____, Ray Milland, Gail Russell, Paramount 1944."
Laura: "You're taking me to the movies again..."

Vertigo (42)

Steele: "If this were some normal case we were working on, I'd blithely come up with a string of movies to explain it all, I mean, _____, James Stewart, Kim Novak, eh Paramount 1958."

Wait Until Dark (50)

Steele: "Well, we'll wait til dark.
Audrey Hepburn, Alan Arkin, Warner Brothers 1967."
Laura: "Another clue?"
Steele: "I don't think so, it just popped into my head."

[The movie also starred Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.]

White Heat (53)

Steele: "And so we come to the triumph of _____, in which Miss Mayo further displays her versatility opposite James Cagney."

[James Cagney, Edmond O'Brien, Virginia Mayo, Warner Brothers 1949.]

Witness (72)

Steele: "_____, Harrison Ford, Kelly McGuinness, Paramount 1985."

Witness for the Prosecution (9)

Laura: "Murphy, why would people put an elevator in their homes?"
Steele: "Charles Laughton, _____. Had a stroke, couldn't walk up stairs."
Murphy: "He's good."

[Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich, United Artists 1957.]

The Wizard of Oz (52)

Laura: "I don't think we're in Kansas any more."
Steele: "_____, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, MGM [1939]."

The Yakuza (8)

Steele: "Aha! _____!"
Laura: "_____?"
Bernice: "Robert Mitchum, Brian Keith?"
Steele: "Exactly. Warner Brothers 1975. _____. Japanese word for 'gangster'. Ruthless code of honor."
Laura: "Where do you find these films?"

Steele: "It appears we're on the mark with _____."
Murphy: "_____?"
Steele: "Mm hm."
Laura: "Robert Mitchum, Brian Keith, all about the Japanese underworld."
Murphy: "He's got you doing it now?"

The Yellow Rolls-Royce (29)

Steele: "_____."
Laura: "This is still an Auburn, no?"
Steele: "No. _____, Rex Harrison, George C. Scott, Shirley Maclaine, Art Carney, Ingrid Bergman, Omar Sharif, MGM 1965."

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