Talk:The Princess Bride (film)
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Can't believe nobody included a quote from the "Impressive Clergyman" until today.--JasonTromm 14:11, 14 Jul 2004 (UTC)
I've removed "If you please" quotation from Westley, because it was "when he falls down the cliffs of insanity", and AFAICT he never falls down these cliffs (since, well, he'd be dead otherwise) ~ MosheZadka (Talk) 08:43, 15 December 2005 (UTC)
The question came up about whether Montoya's given name is spelled "Inigo" or "Iñigo", based on Mandy Patinkin's pronunciation. To settle it, I checked both IMDb (a reasonably reliable source for this info) and a paperback copy of William Goldman's eponymous book (the origin of the film). Both showed it as "Inigo". ~ Jeff Q (talk) 14:01, 28 May 2006 (UTC)
This film is a classic, and has TONS of great and memorable quotes
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"The standard for good quotations is that they are memorable, significant, well-expressed and concise. See Wikiquote:Quotability for a guideline to the selection of quotations." - There are MANY quotations from this film that fit this description.
Here are some quotability factors applicable to the film, from "Wikiquote: Quotability": "Is the quote particularly witty, pithy, wise, eloquent, or poignant?" - Yes! "Is the quote independently well known (as with proverbs and certain well-reported comments)?" - Yes!