Movie Quotes results for Fair+Play
Movie Name: Lamb Chops Play-Along (1992)
Shari Lewis: Go sing outside!
Lamb Chop: But thats not fair! I was here first!
Charlie Horse: No. Im the oldest; *I* was here first!
Movie Name: The 80th Annual Academy Awards (2008)
Markéta Irglová: Hi everyone. I just want to thank you so much. This
is such a big deal, not only for us, but for all other independent
musicians and artists that spend most of their time struggling, and
this, the fact that were standing here tonight, the fact that
were able to hold this, its just to prove no matter how far out
your dreams are, its possible. And, you know, fair play to those
who dare to dream and dont give up. And this song was written from
a perspective of hope, and hope at the end of the day connects us
all, no matter how different we are. And so thank you so much, who
helped us along way. Thank you.
Movie Name: Doctor Who: Time Crash (2007)
Tenth Doctor: [excited about meeting his past self] Oh there it goes!
The frowny face! I remember that one! Mind you, a bit saggier than
I ought to be. Hairs a bit greyer. Thats cause of me, though.
Two of us together has shorted out the time differential. Should
all snap back into place when we get you home. Youll never close
that coat again but never mind that! Look at you! The hat, the
coat, the crickety cricket stuff, the stick of celery... yeah.
Brave choice, celery. But fair play to you, not a lot of men can
carry off a decorative vegetable.
Fifth Doctor: Shut up! There is something very wrong with my TARDIS
and Ive got to do something about it very very quickly. And it
would help... it really would help... if there wasnt some skinny
idiot ranting in my face about every single thing that happens to
be in front of him!
Tenth Doctor: Oh. Okay. Sorry... Doctor.
Movie Name: August Rush (2007)
Louis Connelly: [talking on his cellphone while getting into a black
Cadillac] Ive been doing this for ten years, Bob, we said ten
percent. No, we said ten percent. yeah, well it makes the world go
round doesnt it, Bob? just get me the ten percent, will ya, man?
thanks [sighs and pinches the bridge of his nose ]
Nick: [unoticed by Louis] Can I get you anything, sir?
Louis Connelly: Do you know any hitmen?
Nick: I know a bass player. Might be able to help you out. Likes to
get into fights with lead singers.
Louis Connelly: [freezes] Nick? Whatre you doing here, man?
Nick: Still drivin, payin off those weddin bills from last year.
Louis Connelly: Oh, fair play to ya, oh, shes a nice girl.
Nick: So you playin at all?
Louis Connelly: Nope.
Nick: why the hell not? your fingers fall off?
Louis Connelly: Well you move on. Have you seen the lads lately?
Nick: Ah, we still mess around, but the Connelly Brothers never
really bounced back minus one brother.
Louis Connelly: Have you seen Marshall lately?
Nick: Have you? [Louis doesnt reply so nick changes the subject]
Its my birthday on Saturday, the sessions at my place. Come,
bring youre girlfriend! Its great seeing you man, remind me of
New York, the good old days, eh?
Movie Name: Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End (2007)
Barbossa: I trust you to know your place in front of Captain Sao
Elizabeth Swann: Is he that terrifying?
Barbossa: Hes a lot like meself, but absent me merciful nature and
sense of fair play.
Movie Name: Killer7 (2005)
Kun Lan: Check.
Harmen Smith: What a coincidence; check. This time, the game is mine.
Kun Lan: Do you want to hear a story, Harmen?
Harmen Smith: Why not?
Kun Lan: There once was a young man who had a promising future. The
center back position was his to keep and no one could take that
away from him. Any play was a fair play, nobody blew the whistle on
him. Everybody loved him. Not to mention his campus sweetheart...
oh, she was something. They were the perfect couple. He graduated
from Columbia with an MBA. His opportunity was infinite. He could
do whatever he wanted with his life, but was he satisfied? No.
Every night he would cry, begging the Lord. Something deep within
needed awakening. Then one day it happened, that moment where the
subconscious rises to the surface. Well the way it triggered was
very simple. It happened when his mother came onto him one night.
As if the spirit of Jack the Ripper had taken over his body, he
stabbed and stabbed until you couldnt tell who she was. You know
what I think? An angel whispered into his ear. The angel gave him
the extra courage he needed to give her the divine retribution she
Harmen Smith: Sure she wasnt "the hells angel"?
Kun Lan: Im pretty sure she only had good intentions.
Harmen Smith: You really are a villain.
Movie Name: King of the Hill (1997)
Dale Gribble: Id like to live in your fairy-tale world, Hank, but
the Fair Play For Cuba Committee is retro-fitting my mower to power
Fidels one-man escape sub.
Movie Name: La Femme Nikita (1997)
Operations: This is not a scout trip Nikita, there are no merit
badges for fair play.
Movie Name: A Perfect State (1997)
Gareth: Bit of grovelling poverty. That should fix the grubby little
Simon: But is it legal to cut off their funds?
Gareth: Legal? Who cares! Were the government; we decide whats
Simon: Were not actually the government, Gareth. We work *for* the
Gareth: Oh, really. Thank you. Ill note that down.
Simon: And is it moral? Is it in the tradition of British fair play?
We just might look like a bunch of big bullies.
Gareth: We *are* a bunch of big bullies. We built an empire on being
a bunch of big bullies. We enjoy being a bunch of big bullies.
These people are traitors. In more enlightened times we would have
just cut their heads off and had another cup of tea.
Simon: I, I just feel your being a bit... mean.
Gareth: I sincerely hope so. Now, while I conduct the practical
shenanigans up here, I want you to keep up the fifth column stuff
down there; undermine em, turn em against each other; nice bit of
Simon: Gareth, Im not sure I really like...
Gareth: Simon, Simon, hush hush a second. You do know that despite
what they say about the civil service, your career is not exactly
bomb-proof. And you do cherish and enjoy your insignificant little
job, dont you.
Simon: You really are a quite awful person.
Gareth: Thank you, Simon. It is nice to know ones efforts dont go
entirely unnoticed. Now get down there, get nasty, or get
Movie Name: Sharpes Gold (1995)
Major Mungo Munro: This is sinful gambling, and I will have no part
of it! Im here to see fair play!
Patrick Harper: Its only sinful, sir, if you lose.
Movie Name: The Karate Kid, Part III (1989)
Terry Silver: [Mr. Silver is invited to say a few words before the
final match of the All-Valley Tournament] Thank you, John. Thank
you very much. Ive always lived my life by the rule: "If you get,
you give." For the last twenty years Ive gotten from karate. Ive
gotten discipline, health, self-confidence, inner peace, everything
that makes me what I am today. And today its time for me to give
back. [audience cheers approvingly] Its my pleasure to announce my
partnership with the greatest karate man I have ever known, Sensei
John Kreese. [more cheers] Together, we are about to open a chain
of Cobra Kai dojos, where young people can come and learn the same
values Ive learned: honesty, compassion, and fair play. Thank you
all for coming, enjoy the final match. [Mr. Silver leaves to
Movie Name: Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1988)
Joel: Well, you guys gotta understand, its really hard to get a new
sport going. Its hard to get the recognition that other sports
enjoy. Can you name a few?
Tom Servo: Uh, kickboxing from the Philippines... uh, tape measure
Crow T. Robot: And, uh, computations, and Australian rules football.
Joel: Right, and what do all these sports have in common that
sidehacking does not?
Crow T. Robot: Uh, a rudimentary interest factor?
Tom Servo: A sense of fair play?
Crow T. Robot: A small measure of self-esteem?
Tom Servo: Yeah.
Joel: Right, these are all really good answers, but the thing I was
looking for was terminology. Its impossible to have play-by-play
or color commentary without it! So, lets put our heads together
and come up with some terminology that really showcases some of the
really exciting moves in our sport, sidehacking. Cambot, roll that
Crow T. Robot: [footage plays, the next lines are voice over] It
looks like the Wesley Brothers out of John Harding starting things
briskly with the Fuller Brush Man in a Rumplestiltskin
follow-through with a Teenage Coed Prison!
Tom Servo: Out of Wausau, representing Wisconsin, Mitch and Pitch
performing the now famous Yank Me Crank Me!
Joel: That bright young team, the Allentown Poodles, with their
rendition of the Swirly - Oh no, could that have been the Gunkout,
Crow T. Robot: Thanks, Joel. I think that was more of a Spinning Love
Funnel from those fresh-faced kids of Kankakee Community College...
Tom Servo: Oh my goodness, its a lineback, a slowburn and a hop,
skip and a gold flame with a Fintoozler and an Itchy Gorilla! AN
Joel: Uh oh, here comes the Big Blue Flamer, followed by Teatime
Richard Scarry, the Full Tilt Bozo, Crazy and Just Plain Stupid!
Crow T. Robot: Its an exciting day, indeed, here at Japanese War
Atrocity Park and Pavillion-On-The-Park, but - whats this? Is that
the antiquated old papa Baba ORiley attempting the Teenage
Wasteland on the hey-de-hi-de-ho side of the track?
Tom Servo: From the darker side of the street come the Cap Snaffler,
Maynard and Eleanor, Caseys Rolling Pizza and Just Imagine!
Joel: Meet you on the dark side of the moon, its the Ghostly Trio,
followed by No-Tell Motel, Aspercreme and Death by Chocolate!
Crow T. Robot: Uh-oh, hold onto your epidermis! Its Deputy Dawg and
the Hard-Drinking Soldiers of Fortune attempting the oft-copied
Tom Servo: Shake me, dont wake me, Crow... Looks like Bad Man and
the Costumed Critters of Death are going crinkle-cut and somebodys
got to pay... but, uh-oh! Funny Ha-Ha, Funny Strange and the Bad
Man and Joe screaming "Hey world, check me out!"
Joel: Hand me a Hoover, its Raspberry Commie, the Fruitful Snootful
and Hickory Dickory Die attempting a Butterscotch Push with a
Crow T. Robot: Ho ho ho! Is that Go-Go the Gorilla with Bloopers,
Blunders and Practical Jokes with Starchy Cock-of-the-Walk in their
Fintoozler? Theres Electra-Woman and Dyna-Girl in the George
Barris custom show rod, bravely attempting the Big Buy with a Tommy
Tune on the side!
Tom Servo: I gotta correct you on that, Crow, I think hes attempting
a Stinky Guy with a Peter Allen - Uh-oh! That means hell be
disqualified and slapped with a Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich!
That could be a problem for our Quentin Crisp, whos expected to
deliver a Fighting Aranovich Brother or a God Your Helmet Smells
Joel: Uh-oh! Here comes Nutsy, the Sidehacking Clown, performing his
famous Tension Envelope routine! Dont get too close, cuz
remember, kids, he who smelt it, dealt it... Lets give him a round
of applause as we all pardon his blooper!
Crow T. Robot: Well, its been a big day with plenty of sheer gut
blow-outs, Juicy Lucies and a Woozle whose name was Peanut... This
is Crow and Joel and Tom Servo in the pit.
Movie Name: Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)
Holo-Picard: Sir! You have no sense of fair play!
Movie Name: The Real Ghost Busters (1986)
Additional Voices: It was a test. Would you cheat for your friend, or
would you trust in fair play and let good win on its own terms?
Perhaps one day well meet again. [vanishes mysteriously]
Egon Spengler: You know, I wish Id been able to study that umpire a
little more closely, gotten a few more readings.
Peter: [looking at Winston] Weve saved our buddy here. Isnt that
Winston Zeddemore (I): [confused] What?
Ray Stantz: We knew all along that it was your soul being played for,
Winston Zeddemore (I): Oh no, you got it wrong. It was your soul we
were playing for, Peter. Thats why they let me play.
Peter: You mean I almost...! Then if Id cheated it would have been
my...! Thats it! From now on I only go to Mets games!
Movie Name: The Scarlet Pimpernel (1982)
Chauvelin: Oh, the English, and their STUPID sense of fair play!
Movie Name: Midnight Express (1978)
[to the Turkish court]
Billy Hayes: I just wish for once that you could be in my shoes, Mr.
Prosecutor, and then you would know something that you dont know:
mercy! That the concept of a society is based on the quality of
that mercy; its sense of fair play; its sense of justice! But I
guess thats like asking a bear to shit in the toilet.
Movie Name: The Americanization of Emily (1964)
Emily Barham: I believe in honor, service, courage, and fair play,
and cricket, and all the other symbols of British character. Which
have only civilized half the world!
Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: You British plundered half the world
for your own profit, lets not pass it off as the age of
Movie Name: The Delinquents (1957)
Narrator: The story you are about to see is about violence and
immorality - teenage violence and immorality, children trapped in
the half-world between adolescence and maturity - their struggle to
understand, their need to be understood. Perhaps in its rapid
progression into the material world, man has forgotten the
spiritual values which are the moral fiber of a great nation:
decency, respect, fair play... Perhaps he has forgotten to teach
these values to his own; he has forgotten to teach his children
their responsibility before God and society. The answer may lie in
the story of the delinquents, in their violent attempt to find a
place in society. This film is a cry to a busy world - a protest, a
reminder to those who might set the example.
Movie Name: The Honeymooners (1955)
Alice Kramden: [to Norton] Ed, I realize that I cannot talk to Ralph
because he is stubborn and unreasonable, but Ive always had great
respect for your sense of fair play, and so I appeal to you. IT IS
LATE. People would like to go to sleep. I think you should stop
playing the piano. And I know that you will agree with me, Ed,
because you have always been fair and considerate. You are a
Ralph Kramden: Dont let her soft-soap you. Dont let her soft-soap
you! Youre just as unreasonable as I am. Play the piano!
Alice Kramden: If you touch that piano again, Ill lose all my
respect for you!
Ralph Kramden: [threateningly] Go ahead and *play*, Norton, if you
dont wanna lose my friendship!
Ed Norton: Well, Im in a spot. If I play, I lose her respect; if I
dont play, I lose your friendship. [anguished wail] Why, oh why
was I blessed with this musical talent?
Movie Name: Glimpses of Kentucky (1940)
Narrator: In Kentucky great horses, like great men, are revered after
death as they were during life. And among the graves of famous
horses at Elmendorf Farm, we find those of Fair Play and Mahuba,
father and mother of the great Man o War. Overlooking these graves
is the statue of Fair Play, a fitting symbol of Kentuckys regard
for its famous horses and the traditions of the turf.
Movie Name: The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008)
Jonathan Carnahan: I hate mummies. They never play fair.
Movie Name: Bigger Stronger Faster* (2008)
Fighter Pilot: In sports you should play fair. In war, you shouldnt
play fair at all.
Movie Name: Gossip Girl (2007)
Blair Waldorf: Trying to come up with an answer for the Deans parlor
Serena van der Woodsen: You manipulated your way in here?
Blair Waldorf: I get what I want Serena. Just like Im gonna win
tonight. Whats your answer? Oh, no let me guess - Lauren Conrad?
Serena van der Woodsen: Try George Sand.
Blair Waldorf: Wait thats...
Serena van der Woodsen: Your answer? Not anymore. If your gonna cheat
your way in then why should I play fair. Oh and I heard that the
Dean asks his question in alphabetical order so since V comes
before W, looks like the answers all mine.
Movie Name: Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties (2006)
Prince: So its hide-and-seek you want to play? Alright, Ill count
Dargis: Hello, Rommel!
Prince: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5...
[Dargis continues walking with Prince in the basket]
Prince: 35, 36, 37, 38...
[Dargis approaches the river]
Prince: 96, 97, 98, 99, 100. Alright, fair warning. Ready or not,
here I co - - me!
[Dargis throws the basket in the river with Prince in it]
Dargis: Bon voyage, Prince!
Prince: Oh, dear me. I may have misjudged the old boy. Perhaps he is
somewhat of a scoundrel. After all, this is *not* the way one plays
hide and seek.
Movie Name: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
Professor Moody: What are you going to do about your dragon?
Harry: Oh... um... well, you know, I just thought Id...
Professor Moody: Listen to me, Potter. Your pal Diggory? By your age
he could turn a whistle into a watch and have it sing you the time.
Miss Delacour is as much a fairy princess as I am. As for Krum, his
head may be filled with sawdust, but Karkaroffs is not. Theyll
have a strategy. And you can bet that it will play to Krums
strengths. Come on, Potter, what are you strengths?
Harry: I dunno... I can fly, I mean Im a fair flyer...
Professor Moody: Better than fair the way I heard it.
Harry: But Im not allowed a broom.
Professor Moody: Youre allowed a wand...
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