Milk
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Harvey Milk: Without hope, life's not worth living.

Harvey Milk: Forty years old and I haven't done a thing that I'm proud of.
Scott Smith: You keep eating this cake, you're not going to make it to fifty.

McConnely: There's Man's Law and there's God's Law in this neighborhood and in this city... The San Francisco Police Force is happy to enforce either.
Harvey Milk: Thanks for the warm welcome to the neighborhood!

Harvey Milk: If it were true that children emulate their teachers, we'd have a lot more nuns running around.

State Senator John Briggs: It's time to root them out.
Tom Ammiano: And how are you going to determine who's a homosexual?
State Senator John Briggs: My bill outlines procedures for identifying homosexuals.
Tom Ammiano: How? Will you be sucking them off?

Harvey Milk: A homosexual with power... That's scary.

Scott Smith: Are you on uppers or something?
Harvey Milk: No, this is just plain old me.

Dan White: Society can't exist without the family.
Harvey Milk: We're not against that.
Dan White: Can two men reproduce?
Harvey Milk: No, but God knows we keep trying.

Harvey Milk: All men are created equal. No matter how hard you try, you can never erase those words.

Continuity mistake: When the mayor of San Francisco signs the new 'gay rights bill,' he puts the pen to paper with his left hand in the far away shot. When the camera cuts to the close up of him signing the bill, he's writing with his right hand.

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