Arsenic and old lace
Do ya? Martha Brewster: Oh, he's so happy being Teddy Roosevelt.
I've written four million words against marriage. Mortimer: Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know that bromide.
You're not anyone I know now. His first line in the film, after Reverend Harper sneezes, indicates his "cuckoo" nature: Teddy: I must be catching cold. Mortimer: Uh-huh.
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They're like pressed rose leaves The macabre farce was based on Joseph Kesselring's successful Broadway play of the same name, and delayed in its exhibition and release for three years until the New York play ended its run. It's old-fashioned, it's Mortimer: The name Brewster is code for Roosevelt. Abby also delivers one of the film's most memorable lines - a sentimental remembrance of the last words of one of their victims: One of our gentlemen found time to say, 'How delicious! Yes, yes, like a broken record. Einstein: Filling station? It starred Boris Karloff recreating his stage role as homicidal maniac Jonathan Brewster. And what does a rooster do?
Mortimer: Darling, don't 'ah, ah, ah, ah. Epstein and Philip G. Jonathan's face, altered by Einstein while drunk, resembles Boris Karloff 's Frankenstein monster makeup. John Alexanderwho created the role of Teddy Brewster on Broadway and reprised it in the film version, returned once more to play the role in the broadcast.
Martha: And do you know what happened?
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