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The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958)
   has the last line:   
"I Know You Will Be As Good a Sailor As You Are a Genie." "I Shall Try, Captain. I Shall Try."
42nd Street (1933)
   has the last line:   
"And Marsh Will Probably Say He Discovered Her. Some Guys Get All the Breaks."
The Abyss (1989)
   has the last line:   
"Hello, Brigman." "Hello, Mrs. Brigman."
The Accused (1988)
   has the last line:   
"I Don't Know, I'd Like to Go Home and I'd Like to Play With My Dog."
The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
   has the last line:   
"May I Obey All Your Commands With Equal Pleasure, Sire!"
Alien (1979)
   has the last line:   
"This is Ripley, Last Survivor of the Nostromo, Signing Off."
Aliens (1986)
   has the last line:   
"Sleep Tight." "Affirmative."
All of Me (1984)
   has the last line:   
"Try It With Your Own Feet."
Amadeus (1984)
   has the last line:   
"Mediocrities Everywhere. I Absolve You! I Absolve You! I Absolve You! I Absolve You! I Absolve You All!"
American Beauty (1999)
   has the last line:   
“You Have No Idea What I'm Talking About, I'm Sure. But Don't Worry: You Will Someday.”
The Andromeda Strain (1971)
   has the last line:   
"Precisely, Senator. What Do We Do?"
Anna Christie (1930)
   has the last line:   
“Fog, Fog All Time. You Can't Tell Where You Was Going. Only That Old Devil Sea, She Knows.”
Greta Garbo and Chares Bickford. American
The Apartment (1960)
   has the last line:   
“Did You Hear What I Said, Miss Kubelik? I Absolutely Adore You.” “Shut up and Deal.”
Apocalpse Now (1979)
   has the last line:   
“The Horror. The Horror.”
Marlon Brando and Martin Sheen
Army of Darkness (1993)
   has the last line:   
"I Could Have Even Been King. But in My Own Way, I Am King. (Ash Grabs Girl) Hail to the King, Baby."
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
   has the last line:   
"I'm Not a Cabdriver. I'm a Coffeepot."
Arthur (1981)
   has the last line:   
“Bitterman! Do You Want to Double Your Salary?” “Yes Sir!” “Then Open That Door!”
The Aviator (2004)
   has the last line:   
“The Way of the Future. The Way of the Future.”
Awakenings (1990)
   has the last line:   
"Let's Begin."
Back to the Future (1985)
   has the last line:   
"Roads? Where We're Going, We Don't Need Roads."
Back to the Future, Part II (1989)
   has the last line:   
"...you Did Send Me Back to the Future, but I'm Back - I'm Back FROM the Future." "Great Scott! (he Faints)"
Back to the Future, Part III (1990)
   has the last line:   
"Hey, Doc! Where Ya Going Now? Back to the Future?" "Nope. Already Been There."
The Bad News Bears (1976)
   has the last line:   
"Just Wait Till Next Year!"
Bang the Drum Slowly (1973)
   has the last line:   
“From Here on In, I Rag Nobody.”
Barefoot in the Park (1967)
   has the last line:   
“Oh, Good, They Made Up.”
Jane Fonda and Robert Redford - Neil Simon, writer
Batman (1989)
   has the last line:   
“Mr. Wayne Told Me to Tell You That He Might Be a Little Late.” “I'm Not a Bit Surprised.”
Batman Returns (1992)
   has the last line:   
"Merry Christmas, Alfred. Good Will Toward Men - and Women."
Battleship Potemkin (1925)
   has the last line:   
"Brothers!"
Russian
Beauty and the Beast (1991)
   has the last line:   
“Do I Still Have to Sleep in the Cupboard?”
Beetlejuice (1988)
   has the last line:   
“Whoa! Hey, This Might Be a Good Look for Me.”
Being There (1979)
   has the last line:   
“Life is a State of Mind.”
Bell, Book, and Candle (1958)
   has the last line:   
“Oh, Gill, Don't You Want to Stop Crying Now?” “I Don't Think I Can. I'm Only Human.”
James Stewart and Kim Novak
Ben-Hur (1959)
   has the last line:   
“And I Felt His Voice Take the Sword out of My Hand.”
Charlton Heston
The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)
   has the last line:   
“We'll Have No Money, No Decent Place to Live. We'll Have to Work - Get Kicked Around.”
Best Picture Oscar Winner
Beverly Hills Cop (1984)
   has the last line:   
“I Know the Perfect Place, You Guys Will Love It. Trust Me.”
The Big Chill (1983)
   has the last line:   
“That Won't Be Necessary. You See, Sarah, Harold, We Took a Secret Vote. We're Not Leaving. We're Never Leaving.”
The Big Sleep (1946)
   has the last line:   
"What’s Wrong With You?” “Nothing You Can’t Fix.”
The Birth of a Nation (1915)
   has the last line:   
“Liberty and Union, One and Inseparable, Now and Forever!”
Starred Lillian Gish and Mae Marsh
Blade Runner - Director's Cut (1992)
   has the last line:   
“I Didn't Know How Long We Had Together. Who Does?” “It's Too Bad She Won't Live, but then Again, Who Does?”
Blazing Saddles (1974)
   has the last line:   
"Where Ya Headed, Cowboy?" "Nowhere Special." "Nowhere Special. I Always Wanted to Go There." "Come On."
Blondie (1938)
   has the last line:   
"Sometimes I Think It's Harder to Raise a Husband Than a Baby."
Blood on the Sun (1945)
   has the last line:   
"Sure, Forgive Your Enemies, but First Get Even."
Blue Velvet (1986)
   has the last line:   
“It’s a Strange World, Isn’t It?”
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
   has the last line:   
"I've Got a Flat Tire, and I Ain't Got No Spare."
Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway and Gene Hackman
Born Free (1965)
   has the last line:   
"We Saw Her Many Times Again, Born Free and Living Free. But to Us, She Was Always the Same, Our Friend Elsa.”
Born on the Fourth of July (1989)
   has the last line:   
“Welcome Home, Ronnie!”
Brainstorm (1983)
   has the last line:   
"Look up at the Stars."
Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)
   has the last line:   
“Give Me Peace.”
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
   has the last line:   
“Cat, Cat!”
Breaking Away (1979)
   has the last line:   
“Bonjour, Papa.”
Breathless (1960)
   has the last line:   
“A Little What? I Don't Understand.” “What's a Scumbag?”
French. (Two English subtitle translations)
The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)
   has the last line:   
“Madness. Madness.”
Sir Alec Guinness and William Holden
Brokeback Mountain (2005)
   has the last line:   
"Jack, I Swear...”
Bull Durham (1988)
   has the last line:   
"The American Game. It Will Repair Our Losses and Be a Blessing to Us.' You Could Look It Up.”
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)
   has the last line:   
“Good. For a Moment There, I Thought We Were in Trouble.”
Paul Newman and Robert Redford
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919)
   has the last line:   
“He Believes Me to Be the Mystical Caligari. Astonishing! But I Think I Know How to Cure Him Now.”
German
The Candidate (1972)
   has the last line:   
"What Do We Do Now?”
Casablanca (1942)
   has the last line:   
“Louis, I Think This is the Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship.”
Children of a Lesser God (1986)
   has the last line:   
“Do You Think That We Could Find a Place Where We Can Meet, Not in Silence and Not in Sound?”
Chinatown (1974)
   has the last line:   
“All Right. Come On, Clear the Area. On the Sidewalk. On the Sidewalk, Get off the Street.”
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005)
   has the last line:   
"What Were You All Doing in the Wardrobe?" "You Wouldn't Believe Us if We Told You, Sir." "Try Me."
The Cider House Rules (1999)
   has the last line:   
“Goodnight, You Princes of Maine. You Kings of New England.”
Michael Caine, Tobey Maguire and Charlise Theron
Citizen Kane (1941)
   has the last line:   
“Throw That Junk.”
City Lights (1931)
   has the last line:   
“Yes, I Can See Now.”
Charles Chaplin and Virginia Cherrill . American
Clash of the Titans (1981)
   has the last line:   
“Even if We, the Gods, Are Abandoned or Forgotten, the Stars Will Never Fade, Never. They Will Burn Till the End of Time.”
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
   has the last line:   
“I Was Cured All Right.”
Malcolm MacDowell and Patrick Magee
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)
   has the last line:   
“Bye.”
The Color of Money (1986)
   has the last line:   
“What Makes You So Sure?” “Hey… I’m Back!”
Coming Home (1978)
   has the last line:   
“And I'm Just Telling You There's a Choice to Be Made Here.”
Dark Victory (1939)
   has the last line:   
"Is That You, Martha? I Don't Want to Be Disturbed."
A Day at the Races (1937)
   has the last line:   
"Emily, I Have a Confession to Make. I Really Am a Horse Doctor, but Marry Me and I'll Never Look at Another Horse."
Marx Brothers
Days of Heaven (1978)
   has the last line:   
“Maybe She'd Meet up With a Character. I Was Hopin' Things Would Work out for Her. She Was a Good Friend of Mine.”
The Deer Hunter (1978)
   has the last line:   
“Here’s to Nick.”
Desperate Journey (1942)
   has the last line:   
"Now for Australia and a Crack at Those Japs!”
Destination Tokyo (1943)
   has the last line:   
“To the Gallant Officers and Men of the Silent Service, to Our Submarines Now on War Patrol in Hostile Waters, Good Luck and Good Hunting.”
Devil's Advocate (1997)
   has the last line:   
"Vanity - Definitely My Favorite Sin."
The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)
   has the last line:   
“In Spite of Everything, I Still Believe That People Are Really Good at Heart.”
Dick Tracy (1990)
   has the last line:   
“You Know Something, Tracy, I Kind of Like That Dame.”
Doctor Zhivago (1965)
   has the last line:   
“Tonya, Can You Play the Balalaika?” “Can She Play? She's an Artist!” “Ah, then It's a Gift.”
Omar Sharif and Julie Christie
Do the Right Thing (1989)
   has the last line:   
“The Next Record Goes out to Radio Raheem. We Love You, Brother.”
Double Indemnity (1944)
   has the last line:   
“Closer Than That, Walter.” “I Love You, Too.”
Dr. Strangelove: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
   has the last line:   
“Mein Fuehrer, I Can Walk!”
Stanley Kubrick. John Wayne and Dan Blocker both passed on a role in the film.
Duck Soup (1933)
   has the last line:   
"Victory is Ours!"
Marx Brothers
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
   has the last line:   
“I’ll Be Right Here.”
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask) (1972)
   has the last line:   
“Fatigue Reading Four and a Half. Looks Good! We're Going for Seconds. Attention, Gonads, We're Going for a Record.”
Fargo (1996)
   has the last line:   
“Two More Months.”
Field of Dreams (1989)
   has the last line:   
"Hey, Dad! You Wanna Have a Catch?" "I'd Like That."
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001)
   has the last line:   
"Oh... It's Warm...!"
A Fish Called Wanda (1988)
   has the last line:   
“Asshole!”
Five Easy Pieces (1970)
   has the last line:   
“Where We're Goin', It's Gonna Get Colder Than Hell.” “Nah, It's Okay. I'm Fine. Fine. I'm Fine.”
Jack Nicholson
Flash Gordon (1980)
   has the last line:   
“I'm a New York City Girl. It's a Little Too Quiet Around Here for Me."
The Flintstones (1994)
   has the last line:   
“NO DINOSAURS WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS MOTION PICTURE” (end Title)
The French Connection (1971)
   has the last line:   
"The Son of a Bitch is Here. I Saw Him. I’m Gonna Get Him.”
Gene Hackman
The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981)
   has the last line:   
“Sarah!”
Frenzy (1972)
   has the last line:   
“Mr. Rusk, You're Not Wearing Your Tie.”
The Front Page (1931)
   has the last line:   
“The Son of a Bitch Stole My Watch!”
American
The Fugitive (1993)
   has the last line:   
“Thought You Didn't Care.” “I Don't. Don't Tell Anybody, OK?”
Full Metal Jacket (1987)
   has the last line:   
“I’m So Happy That I Am Alive, in One Piece and Short. I’m in a World of Shit, Yes. But I Am Alive. And I Am Not Afraid.”
Gallipoli (1981)
   has the last line:   
“How Fast Can You Run? As Fast As a Leopard. How Fast Are You Going to Run? As Fast As a Leopard. Then Let's See You Do It.”
Gandhi (1982)
   has the last line:   
“There Have Been Tyrants and Murderers and for a Time They Can Seem Invincible, but in the End They Always Fall. Think of It. Always.”
Ghostbusters (1984)
   has the last line:   
“I LOVE THIS TOWN!”
Gidget (1959)
   has the last line:   
“Honest to Goodness, It's the Absolute Ultimate.”
Gigi (1958)
   has the last line:   
“Thank Heaven.”
The Godfather (1972)
   has the last line:   
“Don Corleone.”
Marlon Brando and Al Pacino
The Gods Must Be Crazy (1984)
   has the last line:   
“Xi Was Beginning to Think He Would Never Find the End of the Earth. And One Day, Suddenly, There It Was.”
Golden Boy (1939)
   has the last line:   
"Papa, I've Come Home."
Gone With the Wind (1939)
   has the last line:   
"...Tara!...Home. I'll Go Home, and I'll Think of Some Way to Get Him Back! After All, Tomorrow is Another Day!"
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)
   has the last line:   
"Do You Know What You Are? You're All Stinkin' Sons Of...!"
The Goodbye Girl (1977)
   has the last line:   
“Never Mind That, You're Rusting My Guitar.”
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939)
   has the last line:   
"Goodbye, Mr. Chips. Goodbye."
GoodFellas (1990)
   has the last line:   
“I'm an Average Nobody. I Get to Live the Rest of My Life Like a Schnook.”
Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)
   has the last line:   
“Put These on and Say There's No Place Like Home, There's No Place Like Home, and You Can Be There. Ha, Ha, Ha, I Hope, I Hope We All Could.”
Good Night, and Good Luck (2005)
   has the last line:   
“Good Night, and Good Luck.”
The Grand Hotel (1932)
   has the last line:   
“The Grand Hotel. Always the Same. People Come. People Go...nothing Ever Happens.”
Greta Garbo and John Barrymore. American
The Great Race (1965)
   has the last line:   
"Push the Button, Max."
The Great Zeigfeld (1936)
   has the last line:   
“I’ve Got More Steps. I Need More Steps. I’ve Got to Get Higher, Higher!”
William Powell And Myrna Loy.
Groundhog Day (1993)
   has the last line:   
“Let's Live Here! We'll Rent to Start.”
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967)
   has the last line:   
“Well, Tillie, when the Hell Are We Going to Get Some Dinner?”
Spencer Tracy and Kate Hepburn... Mr. Tracy's last film.
A Guy Named Joe (1943)
   has the last line:   
“That’s My Girl, and That’s My Boy.”
Hail the Conquering Hero (1944)
   has the last line:   
“I Knew the Marines Could Do Almost Anything, but I Never Knew They Could Do Anything Like This.” “You've Got No Idea.”
Hairspray (1988)
   has the last line:   
"Let's Dance!"
Halloween (1978)
   has the last line:   
“[it]...was the Boogey-man.” “As a Matter of Fact, It Was.”
Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
   has the last line:   
“Mickey...I'm Pregnant.”
Harold and Maude (1971)
   has the last line:   
“Farewell, Harold. It's Been All Such Fun.”
Heaven's Gate (1980)
   has the last line:   
"I'd Like a Cigarette."
High Tide at Noon (1957)
   has the last line:   
"The Lobsters Are Back!"
Home Alone (1990)
   has the last line:   
“Kevin, What Did You Do to My Room?”
The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945)
   has the last line:   
“Elizabeth, I Just Had the Craziest Dream. You Know, if You Saw It in the Movies, You'd Never Believe It.”
Horse Feathers (1932)
   has the last line:   
"We Do!"
Marx Brothers
The Hospital (1971)
   has the last line:   
“It's Like Pissing in the Wind.”
How Green Was My Valley (1941)
   has the last line:   
“Men Like My Father Cannot Die. They Are With Me Still, Real in Memory As They Were in Flesh, Loving and Beloved Forever. How Green Was My Valley Then.”
Hud (1963)
   has the last line:   
"This World is So Full of Crap, a Man’s Gonna Get Into It Sooner or Later Whether He’s Careful or Not.”
Paul Newman
The Human Comedy (1943)
   has the last line:   
“You See, Marcus. The Ending is Only the Beginning.”
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)
   has the last line:   
"Why Was I Not Made of Stone Like Thee?"
Charles Laughton, Maureen O'Hara
The Hustler (1961)
   has the last line:   
“So Do You, Fast Eddie.”
I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang (1932)
   has the last line:   
“I Steal.”
In Harm's Way (1965)
   has the last line:   
"I'll Be Here, Rock."
Insomnia (2002)
   has the last line:   
"Let Me Sleep.”
In Which We Serve (1942, UK)
   has the last line:   
“God Bless Our Ships and All Who Sail in Them.”
I Want to Live! (1958)
   has the last line:   
“But Please Know That With All My Heart I Appreciate Everything You’ve Done for Me. Sincerely, Barbara.”
Jane Eyre (1944)
   has the last line:   
“And then One Day when Our First-born Son Was Put Into His Arms, He Could See That the Boy Had Inherited His Own Eyes As They Once Were - Large, Brilliant, and Black.”
Jaws (1975)
   has the last line:   
“I Used to Hate the Water.” “I Can’t Imagine Why.”
Robert Shaw and Richard Dreyfuss
Jurassic Park (1993)
   has the last line:   
“Mr. Hammond, After Careful Consideration, I've Decided Not to Endorse Your Park.” “So Have I.”
The Killing Fields (1984)
   has the last line:   
“Nothing to Forgive, Sydney, Nothing.”
King Kong (1933)
   has the last line:   
"Oh, No! It Wasn't the Airplanes. It Was Beauty Killed the Beast."
Fay Wray and Robert Armstrong
The King of Comedy (1983)
   has the last line:   
“Rupert Pupkin, Ladies and Gentlemen. Let’s Hear It for Rupert Pupkin. Wonderful. Rupert Pupkin, Ladies and Gentlemen.”
Klute (1971)
   has the last line:   
"I Have No Idea What's Going to Happen. I Just Can't Stay in This City, You Know. Maybe I'll Come Back. You'll Probably See Me Next Week.”
Jane Fonda
The Lady Eve (1941)
   has the last line:   
“Positively the Same Dame.”
The Lady in the Dark (1944)
   has the last line:   
“This is the End! The Absolute End!”
The Last Detail (1973)
   has the last line:   
“Yeah, Maybe Our F---ing Orders Will Come Through.”
The Last Hurrah (1958)
   has the last line:   
“Like Hell I Would.”
The Last Picture Show (1971)
   has the last line:   
“Never You Mind, Honey, Never You Mind.”
The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)
   has the last line:   
“It is Accomplished! It is Accomplished!”
Laura (1944)
   has the last line:   
“Good-bye, Laura. Good-bye, My Love.”
Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
   has the last line:   
“Well, Sir. Goin' 'ome...'Ome, Sir.”
Peter O'Toole
Lethal Weapon (1987)
   has the last line:   
“I’m Too Old for This.”
La Grande Illusion (1937)
   has the last line:   
"Don't Shoot - They're in Switzerland... All the Better for Them."
French US title: Grand Illusion. First foreign language film nominated for Best Picture Oscar. Released in USA in 1938.
Life With Father (1945)
   has the last line:   
“I'm Going to Be Baptized!”
The Lion in Winter (1968)
   has the last line:   
“I Hope We Never Die.” “So Do I.” “Do You Think There’s Any Chance of It?”
Little Caesar (1930)
   has the last line:   
“Mother of Mercy! Is This the End of Rico?”
Edward G. Robinson, Douglas Fairbanks, and Glenda Farrell. American
The Lost Boys (1987)
   has the last line:   
“One Thing About Living in Santa Carla I Never Could Stomach, All the Damn Vampires.”
Lost Highway (1997)
   has the last line:   
“Dick Laurent is Dead.”
Also the film's first line
The Lost Weekend (1945)
   has the last line:   
"Such Comical Figures to the Rest of the World As They Stagger Blindly Towards Another Binge, Another Bender, Another Spree.”
Ray Milland
Lover Come Back (1961)
   has the last line:   
“Man, That's What I Call Cutting It Close.”
Love Story (1970)
   has the last line:   
“Love Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry.”
Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’neal
The Magnificent Seven (1960)
   has the last line:   
“The Old Man Was Right, Only the Farmers Won. We Lost. We'll Always Lose.”
Magnum Force (1973)
   has the last line:   
"A Man's Got to Know His Limitations."
The Maltese Falcon (1941)
   has the last line:   
“The, Uh, Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of. Huh?”
Manhattan (1979)
   has the last line:   
“Not Everybody Gets Corrupted. You Have to Have a Little Faith in People.”
Mark of Zorro (1940)
   has the last line:   
“Well, We’re Going to Marry and Raise Fat Children and Watch Our Vineyards Grow.”
Mary Poppins (1964)
   has the last line:   
“Goodbye, Mary Poppins. Don't Stay Away Too Long.”
MASH (1970)
   has the last line:   
“That is All.”
Robert Altman film
Meet John Doe (1941)
   has the last line:   
“There You Are, Norton. The People! Try and Lick That!”
Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)
   has the last line:   
"I Can't Believe It. Right Here Where We Live. Right Here in St. Louis."
Memento (2000)
   has the last line:   
“Now, Where Was I?”
Metropolis (1927)
   has the last line:   
“The Mediator Between Head and Hand Must Be the Heart!”
German
Midnight Cowboy (1969)
   has the last line:   
"Nothing to Worry About...Okay Folks, Nothin' to Worry About. Just a Little Illness. We'll Be in Miami in Just a Few Minutes.”
Midway (1976)
   has the last line:   
“Were We Better Than the Japanese or Just Luckier?”
Mildred Pierce (1945)
   has the last line:   
"You Know, Mrs. Beragon, There Are Times when I Regret Being a Police Officer.”
Moonstruck (1987)
   has the last line:   
“Alla Famiglia! Salud!” (“To Family!”)
Mrs. Miniver (1942)
   has the last line:   
“This is the People’s War. It is Our War. We Are the Fighters. Fight It, Then. Fight It With All That is in Us, and May God Defend the Right.”
The Muppet Movie (1979)
   has the last line:   
"Go Home! Go Home! Bye-bye!"
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
   has the last line:   
“Nothing's Too Good for the Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.”
My Fair Lady (1964)
   has the last line:   
“Eliza? Where the Devil Are My Slippers?”
Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison
My Little Chickadee (1940)
   has the last line:   
“Oh, Yeah, Yeah. I'll Do That, My Little Chickadee.”
W.C. Fields
My Man Godfrey (1936)
   has the last line:   
"Stand Still, Godfrey, It'll All Be over in a Minute."
Comedy, starring William Powell and Carole Lombard
National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978)
   has the last line:   
“No Prisoners!”
The Natural (1984)
   has the last line:   
“Way Back, Way, Way, Way Back, up High Into the Right Field. That Ball is Still Going. It’s Way Back, High up in There. He Did It. Hobbs Did It.”
Network (1976)
   has the last line:   
"This Was the Story of Howard Beale, the First Known Instance of a Man Who Was Killed Because He Had Lousy Ratings."
New York, New York (1977)
   has the last line:   
“Okay, I'm There.”
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
   has the last line:   
(singing) “For It is Plain As Anyone Can See. We're Simply Meant to Be.”
Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)
   has the last line:   
"I Love You."
Nosferatu, the Vampire (1922)
   has the last line:   
“And at That Moment, As if by a Miracle, the Sick No Longer Died, and the Stifling Shadow of the Vampire Vanished With the Morning Sun.”
German
Now, Voyager (1942)
   has the last line:   
"Oh, Jerry, Don't Let's Ask for the Moon. We Have the Stars."
The Odd Couple (1968)
   has the last line:   
“Boys, Let’s Watch the Cigarette Butts, Shall We? This is My House, Not a Pigsty.”
Oh God! (1977)
   has the last line:   
“Sometimes, Now and Then, Couldn’t We Just Talk?” “I Tell You What. You Talk. I’ll Listen.”
The Old Man and the Sea (1958)
   has the last line:   
"The Old Man Was Dreaming About the Lions."
Spencer Tracy
On the Beach (1959)
   has the last line:   
“God, God Forgive Us, Peter, I Think I’ll Have That Cup of Tea Now.”
Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Fred Astaire
On Golden Pond (1981)
   has the last line:   
“Wanna Dance, or Would You Rather Just Suck Face?”
Katherine Hepburn and Henry Fonda
The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)
   has the last line:   
“I Reckon So. I Guess We All Died a Little in That Damn War.”
Out of Africa (1985)
   has the last line:   
“Denys Would Like That. I Must Remember to Tell Him.”
The Out-of-Towners (1970)
   has the last line:   
"Oh, My God!"
The Ox-Bow Incident (1943)
   has the last line:   
“He Said He Wanted His Wife to Get This Letter, Didn't He? He Said There Was Nobody to Look After the Kids, Didn't He?”
Patton (1970)
   has the last line:   
"A Slave Stood Behind the Conqueror Holding a Golden Crown and Whispering in His Ear a Warning That All Glory is Fleeting."
George C. Scott won Best Actor Oscar for his portrayal
The Philadelphia Story (1940)
   has the last line:   
“I Did It. I Did It All.” “I Feel As Though I'd Lived Through All of This Before in Another Life.”
The Piano (1993)
   has the last line:   
“There is a Silence Where No Sound May Be, in the Cold Grave, Under the Deep, Deep Sea.”
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)
   has the last line:   
“Drink up Me 'earties. Yo Ho!”
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)
   has the last line:   
“So Tell Me, What Has Become of My Ship?”
The Planet of the Apes (1968)
   has the last line:   
“You Finally Really Did It. You Maniacs! You Blew It Up! God Damn You! God Damn You All to Hell!”
Charlton Heston and Roddy McDowall
The Player (1992)
   has the last line:   
“What Took You So Long?” “Traffic Was a Bitch.”
Presumed Innocent (1990)
   has the last line:   
“There Was a Crime, There Was a Victim, and There is Punishment.”
Pretty Woman (1990)
   has the last line:   
“This is Hollywood. Always Time to Dream, So Keep on Dreamin’.”
The Pride of the Yankees (1942)
   has the last line:   
“Play Ball!”
The Prince and the Pauper (1937)
   has the last line:   
“This is Good for Cracking Nuts. Isn't It?”
Psycho (1960)
   has the last line:   
"I'm Not Even Gonna Swat That Fly. I Hope They Are Watching. They'll See. They'll See and They'll Know and They'll Say, 'Why, She Wouldn't Even Harm a Fly.’”
Pulp Fiction (1994)
   has the last line:   
“I Think We Oughta Leave Now.” “That's Probably a Good Idea.”
Raging Bull (1980)
   has the last line:   
“I'm the Boss, I'm the Boss, I'm the Boss, I'm the Boss, I'm the Boss...(I'm The) Boss, Boss, Boss, Boss, Boss, Boss.”
Raising Arizona (1987)
   has the last line:   
"If Not Arizona, then a Land Not Too Far Away . . . Where All Parents Are Strong and Wise and Capable, and All Children Are Happy and Beloved. I Don't Know. Maybe It Was Utah."
Rebecca (1940)
   has the last line:   
“It's Mrs. Danvers. She's Gone Mad. She Said She'd Rather Destroy Manderley Than See Us Happy Here.”
The Ring (2002)
   has the last line:   
“What About the Person We Show It To? What's Happens to Them?”
The Road Warrior (1982)
   has the last line:   
“As for the Road Warrior... He Lives Now, Only in My Memory...”
Robin and Marian (1976)
   has the last line:   
“Where This Falls, John, Put Us Close, and Leave Us There.”
Sean Connery and Audrey Hepburn
Robocop (1987)
   has the last line:   
“Nice Shooting, Son. What's Your Name?” “Murphy.”
Rocky (1976)
   has the last line:   
“I Love You.”
Sylvester Stallone and Talia Shire
The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
   has the last line:   
"And Crawling on the Planet's Face, Some Insects Called the Human Race. Lost in Time, and Lost in Space...and Meaning."
Romancing the Stone (1984)
   has the last line:   
“I Even Read One of Your Books.” “Then You Know How They All End.”
The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming! (1966)
   has the last line:   
"The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming!"
Saturday Night Fever (1977)
   has the last line:   
“Friends Then.”
John Travolta and Karen Lynn Gorney
The Scarlett Pimpernel (1935)
   has the last line:   
"Look, Marguerite, England."
Secrets & Lies (1996)
   has the last line:   
“This is the Life, Ain't It?”
UK
Sex, Lies, and Videotape... (1989)
   has the last line:   
“Think It's Gonna Rain.” “It is Raining.” “Yeah.”
Ship of Fools (1965)
   has the last line:   
“Oh, I Can Just Hear You Saying, 'What Has All This to Do With Us?' Nothing.”
The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
   has the last line:   
"I Do Wish We Could Chat Longer, but I'm Having an Old Friend for Dinner. Bye."
Sleeper (1973)
   has the last line:   
“Sex and Death. Two Things That Come Once in a Lifetime. But at Least After Death You’re Not Nauseous.”
Woody Allen
Sleuth (1972)
   has the last line:   
“Andrew, Don’t Forget. Be Sure and Tell Them It Was Just a Bloody Game.”
Some Like It Hot (1959)
   has the last line:   
“Well, Nobody’s Perfect.”
Soylent Green (1973)
   has the last line:   
“You’ve Got to Tell Them Soylent Green is People. We’ve Got to Stop Them Somehow.”
Speed (1994)
   has the last line:   
“I’ve Heard Relationships Based on Intense Experiences Never Work.” “Okay. We’ll Have to Base It on Sex, Then.” “Whatever You Say, Ma’am.”
Spider-Man (2002)
   has the last line:   
“Whatever Life Holds in Store for Me, I Will Never Forget These Words: 'With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility.' This is My Gift, My Curse. Who Am I? I'm Spider-man.”
Spirited Away (2001)
   has the last line:   
“A New Home and a New School. It Must Be a Bit Scary.” “I Think I Can Handle It.”
Japan. Lines written for the English dubbed version
Stagecoach (1939)
   has the last line:   
“Well, They’re Saved from the Blessings of Civilization.” “Yeah.” “Doc? I’ll Buy Ya a Drink.” “Just One.”
Stand By Me (1986)
   has the last line:   
“I Never Had Any Friends Later on Like the Ones I Had when I Was 12. Jesus, Does Anyone?”
A Star Is Born (1937)
   has the last line:   
“Hello Everybody. This is Mrs. Norman Maine"
Janet Gaynor and Fredric March
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)
   has the last line:   
"You Okay, Jim? How Do You Feel?" "Young. I Feel Young."
Star Trek The Motion Picture (1979)
   has the last line:   
“Out There. That-a-way.”
William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy
The Sting (1973)
   has the last line:   
“You’re Not Gonna Stick Around for Your Share?” “Naah. I’d Only Blow It.”
Paul Newman and Robert Redford
Stormy Weather (1943)
   has the last line:   
“Everybody Dance!”
The Strawberry Blonde (1941)
   has the last line:   
“When I Want to Kiss My Wife, I'll Kiss Her Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere. That's the Kind of Hairpin I Am.”
A Summer Place (1959)
   has the last line:   
“In Front of God and Everybody This Time?”
Superfly (1972)
   has the last line:   
“Can You Dig It?”
Superman (1978)
   has the last line:   
"This Country is Safe Again, Superman. Thanks to You." "No, Sir! Don't Thank Me, Warden. We're All Part of the Same Team. Good Night."
Superman Returns (2006)
   has the last line:   
“I Thought You Were...? Will I See You Around?” “I'm Always Around. Good Night, Lois.”
A Tale of Two Cities (1935)
   has the last line:   
“It’s a Far, Far Better Thing I Do Than I Have Ever Done. It’s a Far, Far Better Rest I Go to Than I Have Ever Known.”
Ronald Coleman and Elizabeth Allan
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
   has the last line:   
“I Face It for the First Time With a Sense of Hope, Because if a Machine, a Terminator, Can Learn the Value of Human Life, Maybe We Can, Too.”
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)
   has the last line:   
“...all I Know is What the Terminator Taught Me - Never Stop Fighting. And I Never Will. The Battle Has Just Begun.”
The Terminator (1984)
   has the last line:   
“What Did He Just Say?” “He Said There's a Storm Coming In.” “I Know.”
The Thief of Baghdad (1924)
   has the last line:   
"Happiness Must Be Earned" (end Writing in the Stars of a Nighttime Sky)
The Thief of Baghdad (1940)
   has the last line:   
"Some Fun – and Adventure at Last!”
This Is Spinal Tap (1984)
   has the last line:   
“Do You Think You'd Be Happy Doing That?” “Well, I Don't Know. What Are the Hours?”
To Have and Have Not (1944)
   has the last line:   
“Hey, Slim. Are You Still Happy?” “What Do You Think?”
To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)
   has the last line:   
"He Would Be in Jem's Room All Night, and He Would Be There when Jem Waked up in the Morning.”
Tom Jones (1963)
   has the last line:   
“Happy the Man and Happy He Alone, He Who Can Call Today His Own, He Who Secure Within Can Say: Tomorrow Do Thy Worst! For I Have Lived Today.”
Top Hat (1935)
   has the last line:   
"Well, Well, Well, Mr Beddini, What Are You Doing in This Young Lady's Room?"
Touch of Evil (1958)
   has the last line:   
“He Was Some Kind of a Man. What Does It Matter What You Say About People?...Adios!”
The Trip to Bountiful (1985)
   has the last line:   
“Good-bye, Bountiful. Bye.”
Tron (1982)
   has the last line:   
“Greetings, Programs!”
True Grit (1969)
   has the last line:   
"Well, Come See a Fat Old Man Sometime!... Hyah!... Hyah!"
John Wayne, Glen Campbell, Kim Darby and Robert Duvall
Twelve Angry Men (1957)
   has the last line:   
What's Your Name?” “Davis.” “My Name's McCardle. Well, So Long.” “So Long.”
Unbreakable (2000)
   has the last line:   
“They Called Me Mr. Glass.”
Unforgiven (1992)
   has the last line:   
“You Better Bury Ned Right. You Better Not Cut up nor Otherwise Harm No Whores, or I'll Come Back and Kill Every One of You Sons of Bitches.”
The Untouchables (1987)
   has the last line:   
"They Say They're Going to Repeal Prohibition. What Will You Do Then?" "I Think I'll Have a Drink."
The Usual Suspects (1995)
   has the last line:   
“The Greatest Trick the Devil Ever Pulled Was Convincing the World He Didn't Exist. And Like That, He's Gone.”
Vertigo (1958)
   has the last line:   
"God Have Mercy.”
Hitchcock film
The Vikings (1958)
   has the last line:   
“Prepare a Funeral for a Viking.”
West Side Story (1961)
   has the last line:   
“Te Adoro, Anton.”
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?(1962)
   has the last line:   
“Won't You Show Us Where She Is, Please?” “Won't You Take Us to Her? Please, Ms. Hudson.”
What’s Up, Doc? (1972)
   has the last line:   
“Love Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry.” “That's the Dumbest Thing I Ever Heard...” “Th-that’s All, Folks!”
Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)
   has the last line:   
“T-t-that's All, Folks. Hmm, I L-l-like the Sound of That. Eee-ba-da, Eee-ba-da,...th-th-th-th-that's All, Folks!”
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)
   has the last line:   
"But Charlie, Don't Forget What Happened to the Man That Suddenly Got Everything He Always Wanted." "What Happened?" "He Lived Happily Ever After."
The Witches of Eastwick (1988)
   has the last line:   
"Aw, Ladies, Come On...!"
Witness (1985)
   has the last line:   
“You Be Careful out Among Them English.”
Witness For the Prosecution (1957)
   has the last line:   
“Sir Wilfrid – You’ve Forgotten Your Brandy.”
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
   has the last line:   
"And Oh, Auntie Em, There's No Place Like Home!"
The Women (1940)
   has the last line:   
”No Pride at All. That's a Luxury a Woman in Love Can't Afford.”
Woman of the Year (1942)
   has the last line:   
“I've Just Launched Gerald.”
Wuthering Heights (1939)
   has the last line:   
“He's With Her. They've Only Just Begun to Live. Goodbye Heathcliff. Goodbye My Wild Sweet Cathy.”
Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)
   has the last line:   
“Well, the Yanks Are Coming, the Yanks Are Coming....”
Young Frankenstein (1974)
   has the last line:   
“No – Oh -I Don’t Believe – Oh – Ah – Oh – Oh – Oh, Sweet Mystery of Life at Last I Found You.”
Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)
   has the last line:   
“No, I Think I Might Go on a Piece. Maybe to the Top of That Hill.”
Henry Fonda


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