Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men (1939)


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George Milton: It ain't your fault, but look, if a fella steps on a round pebble and he falls down, breaks his neck, it ain't the pebble's fault, but the guy wouldn't a done it if the pebble hadn't been there.

Candy: George?
George Milton: Yeah?
Candy: I shouldn't a oughta let no stranger shoot my dog. I shoulda shot my dog myself, George.

George Milton: You had a cigarette and a drink and a look at a pretty dress, and it cost you fifteen bucks! You just shot a week's pay to walk on that red carpet.
Candy: A week's pay? Sure, but I worked weeks all my life. I don't remember none of them weeks, but this - nearly twenty years ago - I remember that.

Slim: A guy don't need no sense to be a nice fella.

Whit: It ain't a guy's dog that matters, it's the way a guy feels about his dog.

Mae: Well, aren't you gonna take me to the movies? Like you promised?
Curley: I seen it the other night with some of the boys.

Slim: I wish somebody'd shoot me when I get old.

Visible crew/equipment: In the beginning of the movie when Lennie and George are running along the train, you'll see several shadows along the train car, one of them is of two cameramen filming the scene.

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