Film Dialogue in the Lyrics of Bob Dylan

To Have And Have Not (1945)









Dir: Howard Hawks. Story: Earnest Hemingway. 
Screenplay: Jules Furthman & William Faulkner
Starring: Humphrey Bogart & Lauren Bacall.
Marcel Dalio: "There are some men who want to hire your boat."
Bogart: "Are they fishermen?"
Marcel Dalio: "No, some friends of friends of mine."

Seems like only yesterday
I left my mind behind
Down in the Gypsy Cafe
With a friend of a friend of mine

    "Love is just A Four-Letter Word" (1967)  (Spotted by Michael)
Bogart to Bacall: "Stick around we're not through yet"

I saw thousands who could have overcome the darkness,
For the love of a lousy buck, I've watched them die.
Stick around, baby, we're not through,
Don't look for me, I'll see you
When the night comes falling from the sky.

    "When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky" (Spotted by Michael)
Bacall to Bogart: "You gave me something to think about, said you can help me."

You give me something to think about, baby,
Every time I see ya.
Don't worry, baby, I don't mind leaving,
I'd just like it to be my idea.
   "Never Gonna Be The Same Again" (Spotted by Michael)
Bogart to Bacall: "Stop that baby talk."

Well, I'm gonna quit this baby talk now.

    "Seeing The Real You At Last"
Empire Burlesque (1985)  
Bogart: "No, but I've handled quite a lot of gunshot wounds. You can trust me now."

    Everywhere you go it's enough to break hearts
   Someone always gets hurt, a fire always starts.
   You were too hot to handle, you were breaking every vow.
   I trusted you, baby, you can trust me now
      "Under Your Spell"
Knocked Out Loaded (1986)