I think I must have one of those faces you can't help believing.

Norman Bates

I'll lick the stamps.

Marion Crane

Norma Bates: No! I tell you no! I won't have you bringing some young girl in for supper! By candlelight, I suppose, in the cheap, erotic fashion of young men with cheap, erotic minds!
Norman Bates: Mother, please...!
Norma Bates: And then what? After supper? Music? Whispers?
Norman Bates: Mother, she's just a stranger. She's hungry, and it's raining out!
Norma Bates: "Mother, she's just a stranger"! As if men don't desire strangers! As if... ohh, I refuse to speak of disgusting things, because they disgust me! You understand, boy? Go on, go tell her she'll not be appeasing her ugly appetite with MY food... or my son! Or do I have tell her because you don't have the guts! Huh, boy? You have the guts, boy?
Norman Bates: Shut up! Shut up!

Oh, we have 12 vacancies. 12 cabins, 12 vacancies.

Norman Bates

Dirty night.

Norman Bates

When man comes up against something he can't destroy, he destroys himself instead.

Marlow

Yeah, it worked, but they're about to cut the power.

Eben Olemaun

I can smell your blood.

Eben Olemaun

Kirsten Toomey: [crying] Please God.
Marlow: No God.

That cold ain't the weather... that's death approaching.

The Stranger

We should have come here ages ago.

Marlow

The Stranger: They didn't take me.
Eben Olemaun: Who did they take?
The Stranger: They didn't take me!

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