The Little Shop of Horrors

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The Little Shop of Horrors is a 1960 comedy film about a young man who develops a bloodthirsty plant and is forced to kill in order to feed it.

Directed by Roger Corman. Written by Charles B. Griffith.
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Seymour Krelboyne: Did you call me, Mr. Mushnick?
Gravis Mushnick: No, I was calling John D. Rockefeller for to make a loan on my Rolls Royce!
Seymour Krelboyne: Sorry I said it.

Burson Fouch: My name is Burson Fouch.
Gravis Mushnick: Excellent. I am Gravis Mushnick.
Burson Fouch: Oh, that's a good one.

[Fouch purchases half a dozen carnations.]
Gravis Mushnick: I'll wrap them for you.
Burson Fouch: No, that's all right. I'll eat 'em here.

Audrey Fulquard: Why don't you give him a chance to resurrect himself?
Gravis Mushnick: I give him chance to quit!
Seymour Krelboyne: I ain't gonna quit!
Gravis Mushnick: You're a brave boy. You're fired.

Burson Fouch: I remember in one flower shop there was a whole wall covered with poison ivy, and people came from miles around to look at that wall — and they stayed to buy.
Gravis Mushnick: And the owner got rich?
Burson Fouch: No. He scratched himself to death in an insane asylum.
Siddie Shiva: Oh! That was my cousin Harry!

Det. Sgt. Joe Fink: We just want to ask you a few questions.
Gravis Mushnick: I didn't do it.
Det. Frank Stoolie: Do what?
Gravis Mushnick: Whatever.

Audery II: Feed Me!
Seymour Krelboyne: Take it easy, Dracula! what do ya think I'm carryin' – my dirty laundry?


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