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Bunny Lake Is Missing

Cast
Carol Lynley, Keir Dullea, Noel Coward, Laurence Olivier, Martita Hunt, Anna Massey, Clive Revill, Lucie Mannheim, Finlay Currie
Released
1965
Marquis de Sade
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One mover tells the other, “You must be bonkers.” (0:09) 

Landlord Horatio introduces himself as, “poet, playwright, dropper of alcoholic bricks, also.” (0:10)

Ann asks a teacher, “Who’s in charge of this madhouse?” (0:17)

Ann tells her journalist brother Stephen, referring to writer Ada, “This woman is crazy.”
Ada: “Crazy, I mean.” (0:23)

Stephen tells Ann, referring to the missing children, “But not before the whole place went crazy looking for them.” (0:32)

A police detective tells Stephen, referring to a kidnapper, “They’ll probably just hit him with a bloody psychiatrist’s report.” (0:41)

Police Supt. Newhouse asks Stephen, “If your sister were delusionary, would you admit it?” (0:59)

Landlord Horatio tells Ann, “Oh, ‘twill increase you melancholy.”
Newhouse tells her, referring to Horatio, “Sorry that drunk pestered you.” (1:01)

Horatio tells a detective Rogers, referring to a whip, ”It’s reputed to have belonged to the great one himself, the Marquis de Sade.” (1:02)

Horatio tells Ann, “It would have been madness to invent a tenth.” (1:07)

Stephen tells Ann, “I think we’re going to find her, and the best thing you can do to help is to take a sleeping pill and get a good night’s sleep.” (1:11)

Stephen tells the doctor, “Perhaps I ought to consult a psychiatrist.” (1:20)

The orderly tells the nurse, referring to Ann, “The doctor ordered sedation for her if needed.” (1:21)

Ann: “You’re mad Steven.” (1:42)