The last quotes game I posted was quite popular so I decided to make another.
To Play: For each quote guess the character(s) speaking, film it comes from and (on some) guess the missing name or word. Put your guesses in a comment and I'll respond with your total score. You may guess as many times as you wish.
Points: Each correct guess is worth one point. The total number of points to be earned if all your guesses are correct is 45 points (or 50 points if you get the bonus).
Bonus: For 5 extra points, guess which Jane Austen adaptation film set the photo above comes from.
Character 1: [name]? What have you done?
Character 2: I'm sorry! It just popped out!
Character 1: We shall execute our king instead, sir, and exalt our tailors.
Character 2: More's the pity. Then your tailors will rule the land, and no one will make the clothes. So much for [nationality] fashion, and [nationality] politics.
Character 1: You can love each other very well - from a distance.
Character 1: I assure you [name] there is no cause for alarm. It is merely that my congested condition rendered the taking of a breath through my nose an impossibility since at the time I was also unable to breath through my mouth.
Character 2: I am so sorry!
Character 1: The sensation, I must report, was far from unpleasant, though the bump on my head does throb rather.
Character 1: Now I must give you one smirk, then we can be rational again.
Character 1: In the past all a King had to do was look respectable in uniform and not fall off his horse. Now we must invade people's homes and ingratiate ourselves with them. This family is reduced to those lowest, basest of all creatures, we've become actors!
Character 1: You seem to have upset the delicate internal balance of my housekeeper.
Character 2: We're very sorry, sir, it won't happen again.
Character 3: It's our sister, sir. [name].
Character 1: The weeping girl?
Character 3: Yes, sir. She's upset.
Character 1: Hence the weeping.
Character 1: I must say, though, the worst of [place] is the number of plain women. I frequently observe that one pretty face would be followed by five and thirty frights.
Character 1: A mother's love holds fast and forever. A girl's love is like a puff of smoke - it changes with every wind.
Character 1: Hair is dead.
Character 2: If it's dead, why does it keep growing all the time, even after you're dead? Well, maybe not your hair. You'll probably be bald.
Character 1: Don't be daft. I'll die before I'm ever old enough to go bald.
Character 2: I hate the way you talk about dying.
Character 1: Everyone thinks I'm going to die.
Character 2: If everyone thought that about me, I still wouldn't do it.
Character 1: Affection is desirable. Money is absolutely indispensable!
Character 1: Let me see you ride a donkey over my green again, and I'll knock your bonnet off. And tread upon it!
Character 1: I knew you would do me good in some way. I saw it in your eyes when I first beheld you.
Character 1: I shall see thee, ere I die, look pale with love.
Character 2: With anger, with sickness, or with hunger, my lord. Not with love.
Character 1: I already have in my employ a literary man with a wooden leg.
Character 1: Oh my dears. Is it really true? I can't believe it. Last night he looked so well. Of course it would happen to a foreigner. It's typical.
Character 2: Don't be ridiculous.
Character 1: I'm not being ridiculous. No Englishman would dream of dying in someone else's house - especially somebody they didn't even know.
I'll post the answers next week. Happy guessing! :)