Aline de Gavrillac: I have your word as a man!
Andre Moreau: As an incarnate fiend.
Philippe de Valmorin:(about a revolutionary pamphlet): Well, what do you think of it?
Andre Moreau: Well the grammar is apalling. On the first page you’ve doubled two negatives, split an infinitive and missed out three commas.
Philippe de Valmorin: Negatives, infinitives, comas he prattles punctuation while France is in agony!
Aline de Gavrillac: I don’t suppose you can mend a broken wheel?
Andre Moreau: Unfortunately not. A broken heart…
Aline de Gavrillac: Oh thank you but might heart is quite intact.
Andre Moreau: I envy you. Mine is in chains from this moment.
Doutreval of Dijon: Think of the sword like a bird. Clutch it too tightly and you choke it. Too lightly and it flies away.
Marie Antoinette: I am angry with you, sir.
Noel, Marquis de Maynes: Angry, Your Majesty?
Marie Antoinette: Very angry! You know why, of course.
Noel, Marquis de Maynes: Could it be for fighting Count de Talles?
Marie Antoinette: Among others.
Noel, Marquis de Maynes: I only scratched him a little.
Marie Antoinette: They say you crippled him for life.
Marie Antoinette And five minutes later, you killed the Baron Marblaux.
Noel, Marquis de Maynes: An unfortunate accident. He ran into my sword.
Michael Vanneau: Are you mad?
Andre Moreau: We’re all out of our minds, haven’t you observed it?
Perigord of Paris: You have a demon in you, this fine day. Lose it or you’ll not live to see another.
Dr. Dubuque: You believe in liberty, you know it’s being strangled.
Andre Moreau: l also believe in laughter and l know the world is mad.
Deputy DeCrillion (attempting to challenge him to a duel): Your face revolts me. Your eyes are pig’s eyes, and your ears…
Andre Moreau: All right. Behind the cathedral at 6:00.