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Lost Horizon

Ronald Colman, Jane Wyatt, John Howard, Margo, Thomas Mitchell, Edward Everett Horton, Isabel Jewell, H.B. Warner, Sam Jaffe
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Terminally ill Gloria tells diplomat Bob, “They might faint on you.” (0:05)

Bob tells his brother George, “And I’ll be slapped right into the nearest insane asylum.” (0:13)

Paleontologist Alexander tells the others, referring to the pilot, “He may be a maniac for all we know.” (0:17)

George asks Bob, referring to the pilot, “He’s fainted?”
Bob: “We can’t have three hysterical people on our hands.” (0:26)

Alexander: “Do you think they’re cannibals?”
”At the mercy of a mad pilot.”
Lama Chang: “Where is your mad pilot?” (0:30)

Gloria tells Chang, “You can help me jump over that cliff.” (0:39)

Bob asks George, “Did you ever go to a totally strange place and feel certain you’d been there before? (0:44)

Chang tells Bob, “Your lives are therefore, as a rule, shorter, not so much by natural death as by indirect suicide.” (0:53)

Bob calls George “You idiot!” (1:04)

The High Lama tells Bob, “I foresaw a time when man, exalting in the technique of murder, would rage so hotly over the world that every book, every treasure would be doomed to destruction... What madness there is...” (1:12)

Bob tells Sondra, “And now you come along and confuse me entirely.”
Sondra: ”Why do I confuse you?”
”On the contrary, you are not strange, and that in itself is confusing.” (1:23)

Bob tells Chang, “It’s suicide.” (1:39)

George tells swindler Henry, “Well, if you insist on being an idiot, I’m not gonna waste time coaxing you.” (1:43)

Funeral procession for the High Lama. (1:44)

George tells Bob, “The noise is driving me crazy.”
Bob: ”The answer to the confusion and bewilderment of a lifetime.”
George: ”Well, I really don’t know what to say except that you must be completely mad.”
Bob: ”So you think I’m mad?”
George: ”I think you’ve been hypnotized by a lot of loose brained fanatics.”
George: ”I’d go mad.”
Bob:”I may be a maniac...”
”George, you’re crazy.”
Maria tells Bob, referring to Father Perrault, “Why, he’s been insane for years.”
”I nearly went crazy.” (1:46)

Distraught over loss of Maria, George throws himself down the mountain to his death. (2:03)

Official: “Conway... is suffering from complete loss of memory.” Official: “Loss of memory?” (2:07)

Official: “Last night Conway recovered his memory.” (2:08)

Lord Gainsford tells the others, “They’ll never forget the madman who stole their food and clothing...” (2:10)

Reference in Belfast