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The Manchurian Candidate Quotes

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Quotes

"Raymond, why don't you pass the time by playing a little solitaire?" (Chapter 2, page 49)

"Just tell me what to do, hon, and I'll get it done." (Chapter 4, page 68)

"Each man dreamed he was seated in a long line with the other men of the patrol on a stage behind Sergeant Shaw and an old Chinese, facing an audience of Soviet and Chinese officials and officers, and that they smiled and enjoyed themselves in a composed and gentling way, while Shaw strangled Ed Mavole then shot Bobby Lembeck through the head." (Chapter 7, page 118)

"Do you hate me, Raymond?" "No, Mother." "Do you love me?" "Yes, Mother." (Chapter 9, page 140)

"I'm not sad and I don't have regrets because I know that what I did and what I do is for the greatest possible good for all of us." (Chapter 9, page 143)

"Sometimes I think you don't give a damn what you're talking...

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