Quotation by Stanley Kubrick

George Peatty: Tell me something, wouldya Sherry? Just tell me one thing. Why did you ever marry me anyway?
Sherry Peatty: Oh, George. When a man has to ask his wife that, well, he just hadn't better, that's all. Why talk about it? Maybe it's all to the good in the long run. After all, if people didn't have headaches what would happen to the aspirin industry?
Stanley Kubrick (b. 1928), U.S. screenwriter, and Jim Thompson (1906–1977). George Peatty (Elisha Cook, Jr.) to Sherry Peatty (Marie Windsor), The Killing (1956).
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