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Movie Quotes from Mary Reilly: Quotes from the movie Mary Reilly

( behind a door, Mary knocks) What is it ? —– Jekyll
Mrs. Faraday’s here to see you, Sir. —– Mary
Who ? —– Jekyll
Mrs. Faraday. —– Mary
What do you want ? —– Jekyll
Just a word. Thought we might have a little chat about improving our financial arrangements. —– Faraday
Stay where you are. I’ll be with you in a moment. There’s something I have to do first. —– Jekyll

( Mary is dreaming that Hyde is in bed with her) Mary Reilly ! Sorry. Must be some misunderstanding. I thought you invited me here. —– Hyde
I did. —– Mary

Are you going to stay awhile, or has my sense of smell decieved me?

Did you miss me ? —– Hyde
You promised the master you’d go away. —– Mary
Easier said than done as it turns out. —– Hyde
What did you do to him ? —– Mary
Better you had asked what he has done to me. The truth is I am your master. —– Hyde
What do you mean ? —– Mary
I mean. I am the bandit. He is merely the cave in which I shelter. Where are you going ? —– Hyde
To raise the alarm. —– Mary
Last week you saved my life. Now you want to send me into the gallows. Can you explain ? Can you ? —– Hyde
No. —– Mary
I feel differently with you. Why should that be ? You still the rage. —– Hyde
Where does it come from, Sir, this rage ? —– Mary
How should I know ? It comes in like the tide. … Now are you beginning to understand ? Listen !.., Listen !.., Listen ! For years now the doctor has been suffering from a strange malady. He experimented with many ways to keep it in bay, but it would always return more acute than ever. Finally he distilled two drugs, tested them and understood that he had found the cure which took an unexpected form. —– Hyde
What form ? —– Mary
Me ! I was the cure. The first formula transformed him into me. The second formula which he always refers to rather insultingly, I can’t held feeling, as the antidote, transforms me back into him. Lately I’ve found a way to slip his leash, to become myself without having to wait for the injection. —– Hyde
How ? —– Mary
Presumably, because I am the stronger. —– Hyde
Is evil stronger than good ? —- Mary
You tell me ? —– Hyde

Doctor ? —– Mary
I’m very sorry to disappoint you, but it isn’t the doctor. He chivalrously insisted on seeing Mrs. Faraday all the way home. —– Hyde
He told me, he couldn’t get to that house. —– Mary
She’s moved. —– Hyde
Will there be anything else, Sir ? —– Mary
Yes, there will be. Come here. There’s been something I’ve been trying to say to you ever since our first conversation in the library. —– Hyde
Yes, Sir ? —– Mary
I …. I want to apologize for some of the things I said. —– Hyde
Why ? —– Mary
Because, I was unnecessarily offensive. ( breaks a cup and puts a piece of china out of his hands with his teeth) Now look what you’ve made me do. ( rubs his blood in Mary’s face) Don’t you know who I am ? —– Hyde

Haven’t you ever wished for a completely new life, Mary ? —– Jekyll
No, Sir. What good would that do ? —– Mary
I mean suppose you were able absolutely to do whatever you wanted with no consequences and no regrets. Then what ? —– Jekyll

He took pity on me. —– Mary
Seems he took pity on me as well. He … he mixed something with the antidote. A poison. —– Jekyll
Another cruel trick to take his life and leave you behind to suffer. —– Mary
No. It was the only way he could devise to set you free. It was inevitable from the moment I found how to achieve what I’d always wanted… To be the knife as well as the wound. Would you have ever forgiven me ? I wanted the night … you see … and here it is. —– Jekyll

I always knew you’d be the death of us. —– Hyde

I am sorry. I thought you were planning to stay awhile. But perhaps my sense of smell deceives me.

I didn’t know if I could believe what he was saying. But it’s true, isn’t it ? —– Mary
I kept thinking you must know we were the same man. —– Jekyll
How could anyone know such a thing ? How could anyone possibly guess ?—– Mary
I want you to do something for me. I want you to go now to my laboratory and make up a bed. That is where I’ll need to spend most of my time from now on. —– Jekyll
Shall I take this with me ? —– Mary
No ! —– Jekyll
Sir, he said you have an illness. What kind of an illness ? —– Mary
You might call it a fracture in my soul. Something which left me with a taste for oblivion. —– Jekyll

I think we’ve had enough excitement for one evening. Close the door behind you. —– Hyde
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My lord, Sir, what have you done ? —– Mary (to Jekyll, sitting with his foot raised in the air)
It’s all right. —– Jekyll
Is it broken ? —– Mary
No, it’s only a sprain. I shall need helping into the house. —– Jekyll
Should I fetch your assistant ? —– Mary
What ? What did you say ? —– Jekyll
I thought I heard him moving around the house last night. —– Mary
If he were there, do you suppose he would leave me to crawl out here on my own ? —– Jekyll
I’m sorry, Sir . —– Mary
If you’ll allow me to lean on you I’m sure the thing can be accomplished. —– Jekyll
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I was out late last night, I must have somehow put my weight on it. —– Jekyll to Pool
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Mary ? —– Jekyll
Yes, Sir. —– Mary
When we had our talk, you refused to say you hated your father. —– Jekyll
I don’t. —– Mary
Why not ? —– Jekyll
He put a dark place in me and I can’t forgive him for that, but it’s part of me now, and how can I regret what I am ? Though it often makes me sad. —– Mary
Oh, well, sadness, yes. That can’t be helped. That comes in like the tide. I know you’re afraid of rats, Mary. You told me, but what else are you afraid of ? —– Jekyll
I don’t know, Sir. Bad dreams. —– Mary
I see. —– Jekyll
Confined spaces. —– Mary
Yes of course. But what you’re saying is you’re never afraid of yourself. —– Jekyll
No, Sir. I didn’t say that. —– Mary
You are afraid of yourself ? —– Jekyll
Yes. —– Mary
I thought so. God, Mary….. I’m so cold. My hands are frozen through. —– Jekyll
Take some broth, Sir. —– Mary
I don’t know, Mary, why is it you strike me as you do ? —– Jekyll
Get some w

I’ll bring the tea in a minute, Sir. —– Mary
What ? —– Jekyll
Mr. Hyde ordered some tea and sandwiches. —– Mary
No, cancel the tea. —– Jekyll
Hold your horses, I’m parched. —– Faraday
I’m sure you’d prefer something stronger. It won’t take me a moment to prepare it. —– Jekyll

I’m not going to bite you.

I’m not going to bite you. —– Jekyll

You’re up very early. —– Jekyll

I used to be able to stay up all night and suffer no ill effects whatsoever. Oh well, those scars Would you mind if I examine them ? It’s a purely professional curiosity. —– Jekyll

There are some on you neck, as well. They look almost like teeth marks. —– Jekyll

Good morning, Sir. —– Mary
Mary this is most welcome. I’m ravenous. —– Jekyll
I’m pleased, Sir, I wasn’t sure whether I should wake you. —– Mary
Why ? —– Jekyll
You can’t have find much sleep. I heard you coming not three hours ago. —– Mary
Last night, I came to the end of a very long journey. For months now I have been engaged in the driest kind of study. But last night, all the barriers fell before me. I have made a great breakthrough. —– Jekyll

Mary, yesterday as I was passing I looked into the library and there you were with your nose in a book. I had no idea you were able to read. —– Jekyll
I’m very sorry, Sir. —– Mary
You’re most welcome to borrow any book of mine that takes your fancy. —– Jekyll

No, I can’t eat any of this. —– Jekyll

Are you quite sure you don’t want to tell me how you got those scars ? I’m sorry. I won’t ask you again. Leave the tray. Would you be so good as to ask Pool to organize the removal of that to my cabinet ? —– Jekyll ( looking into the mirror)

What are you doing ? —– Jekyll to Mary
Mr.. Pool doesn’t allow me in the theatre, Sir. —– Mary
Does he not ? —– Jekyll
Mirror is in place, Sir. —– Pool
Thank you, Pool. —– Jekyll
Mary tells us you’ve been holding a discussion with her about the garden. —– Pool
Remind me what conclusion we arrived at, Mary. —– Jekyll
Flowerbeds there and in the corners, and a herb garden here by the kitchen. —– Mary
The very thing. Just what we need. Oh, and Pool would you gather the staff in the dining room at about 6 o’clock. I’ve an announcement to make. —– Jekyll

I’ve never been in favor of control.

Keep your wool on.

mary, will you come with me ? At least there is someone in this house I can rely on. —– Jekyll

Mary, would you step in here for a moment ? I want to speak to you. —– Jekyll
Mr. Pool ….. —– Mary
Never mind Mr. Pool…. Put those down. You saw him yesterday ? —– Jekyll
I did, Sir. —– Mary
And yet you told the police you had not. Why was that ? —– Jekyll
I don’t really know, Sir. —– Mary
Do you know that what you have done has made you an accessory to murder ? In a case like this, not telling the police everything you know is a criminal offence. —– Jekyll
I know that, Sir. —– Mary Danvers Carew, my god. I was at school with him, you know. He was corrupt and frivolous, but he didn’t deserve that. And he is an important man, not easily swept under the carpet. Not like the others. —– Jekyll
What others, Sir ? What others ? —– Mary
There were others. —– Jekyll
Where is he ? —– Mary
Last night he walked in on me as bold as brass. He wanted money to make good his escape. I made him promise to disappear and never show his face again. —– Jekyll
What is it you owe this man ? Why are you prepared to risk everything trying to protect him ? —– Mary
It’s myself I’m trying to protect. And as far as what I owe him, strange as it may sound, Edward Hyde has liberated me. I no longer care what the world may think of me. It is marvellous how much he loves his life. —– Jekyll
And his victims, Sir ? Did they not love theirs ? —– Mary
Not as he does. Not so ravenously. ( begins to shake) —– Jekyll
Sir ? —– Mary
I trust you as I trust no one, Mary. My life would be a sad thing if I ….. —– Jekyll
What is it ? —– Mary
( His hand is bleeding) He is impatient. —– Jekyll

May I be of some assistance, gentlemen ? —– Jekyll

Please let me go. —– Mary
I am sorry. I thought you were planning to stay a while. But perhaps my sense of smell deceives me. —– Hyde

Pool tells me you’ve confessed to breaking a cup. —– Jekyll
Yes, Sir. I’m sorry. —– Mary
After the story you told me about your father, I can’t understand how you could ever bring yourself to say you’d broken a cup. Especially when you didn’t do it. —– Jekyll
Yes, Sir, I can’t rightly understand myself. —– Mary
I’m sorry you don’t care for Mr. Hyde. —– Jekyll
Who told you that, Sir ? —– Mary
Well, you don’t, do you ? —– Jekyll
He troubles me, Sir. —– Mary
Leave me. —– Jekyll

Pool, there you are. —– Jekyll
Yes, Sir, I …. —– Pool
I want you to pay very close attention to what I say. You must make another visit to Finlay and sons. Listen to what I’m saying before you start raising objections. Three or four months ago, they prepared this, at my instruction. There must have been some impurity in the compound, because since then neither they nor any of the other chemists has been able to reproduce it. You must ask them to analyse this precisely and then wait on the premises until they succeeded in reconstituting it. Tell them that this is a matter of the greatest urgency- Life and death.

Save your breath to cool your porridge.

This hospital and the slaughterhouse share the same gutters. Most convenient.

Well ? … Well ? —– Jekyll
She said yes, but she said she needs two weeks to get it ready. —– Mary
Hard on my young man. —– Jekyll
No hardship to stay away from that place. —– Mary
He’s robust enough and he needs to live within easy reach of the hospital. —– Jekyll
Where is he living at the moment ? —– Mary
Why do you ask ? —– Jekyll
It’s only that no one in the house has seen him. —– Mary
He tends to come and go during the night. Now I think that will be all. —– Jekyll

What have you done ? —– Mary
You have a wonderful knack for being in the right place at the right time. Why are you about at this hour of the night ? —– Hyde
My mother died. —– Mary
Oh, yes, I heard. Oh, well …. she’s not the only one. Now I’m afraid I must make good my escape. I suppose you’ll never see me again. —– Hyde

What stops me from killing you ? —– Hyde

Yes, I needed some fresh air. I was thinking a great deal about the story you told me last night. You must’ve really hated your father. —– Jekyll
I don’t know, Sir. —– Mary
Surely, he was a monster. —– Jekyll
When I was little and he was in work he wasn’t so bad then. It was the drinking that did it. —– Mary
You think it was only the drink ? —– Jekyll
The drink turned him into a different man ? —– Mary
A different man ?—– Jekyll
Yes he even looked different. —– Mary
What do you mean ? —– Jekyll
It was like he carried another person inside him and the drinking brought him out. —– Mary
Or maybe set him free. I’d like you to do something for me in strictest confidence. I want you to deliver this letter. I expect you know where that is. There’ll be no reply other than a yes or a no. —– Jekyll
Very good, Sir. —– Mary
You’ll do it then ? —– Jekyll
If you want me to, Sir. —– Mary
Thank you, Mary. —– Jekyll

You just can’t say no to our employer, can you ?… And you believe every word he says ? —– Hyde
The doctor’s been very kind to me. —– Mary
Hi is much to old for you of course. —– Hyde
I don’t know what you mean. —– Mary
I keep telling him he works too hard. Are you ever aware when you with the doctor of how much he longs to touch you ? —– Hyde Of course not. —– Mary
He conceals it that well, does he ? —– Hyde
I don’t want to talk about this. —– Mary
Whatever you say. It is difficult to understand someone who is entirely incapable of simply asking for what he most wants in the world. Don’t you agree ? —– Hyde
How can you presume to know what goes on in the doctor’s mind ? – Mary
Hm… inspired guesswork, instinct, fellow feeling ….. —– Hyde
What does he want them for ? —– Mary
I’ve never bothered to ask. I just supply the organs as required. You’ve no idea how strange and twisting are the ways of science. Wait there ! Afternoon doctor, visit from the butcher. What’s that ? … He can’t tell why Mary, but the doctor feels a bit hungry. Tea and sandwiches perhaps ? —– Hyde
For two, Sir ? —– Mary
Why not ? —– Hyde

You should have no trouble cashing this. —– Hyde

You’ve no idea how strange and twisting are the ways of science.

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