tracy and hepburn meme

9 Tracy & Hepburn films, 9 favorite scenes
     ↳ Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
Now, Mr. Prentice, clearly a most reasonable man, says he has no wish to offend me but wants to know if I’m some kind of a nut. And Mrs. Prentice says that, like her husband, I’m a burned-out old shell of a man who cannot even remember what it’s like to love a woman the way her son loves my daughter. And strange as it seems, that’s the first statement made to me all day with which I am prepared to take issue. Because I think you’re wrong. You’re as wrong as you could be. I admit that I hadn’t considered it, hadn’t even thought about it, but I know exactly how he feels about her. And there is nothing, absolutely nothing, that your son feels for my daughter that I didn’t feel for Christina. Old, yes. Burned-out, certainly. But I can tell you, the memories are still there. Clear, intact, indestructible. And they’ll be there if I live to be 110. Where John made his mistake I think was attaching so much importance to what her mother and I might think. Because in the final analysis it doesn’t matter a damn what we think. The only thing that matters is what they feel, and how much they feel for each other. And if it’s half of what we felt… that’s everything.


But you’re two wonderful people who happened to fall in love and happened to have a pigmentation problem, and I think that now, no matter what kind of a case some bastard could make against your getting married, there would be only one thing worse, and that would be if - knowing what you two are and knowing what you two have and knowing what you two feel- you didn’t get married.

9 Tracy & Hepburn films, 9 favorite scenes
     ↳ Pat and Mike

PAT: Going to ask you the three big questions, Mike.
MIKE: Go ahead.
PAT: Who made you?
MIKE: You did.
PAT: Who owns the biggest piece of you?
MIKE: You do.
PAT: What would happen if I dropped you?
MIKE: I’d go right down the drain.
PAT: And?
MIKE: And take you right down with me, Shorty.