Start by marking That's Quite a Dress You Almost Have On as Want to Read . I'm not sure that this book lives upto it's claim as being the: "Best Ever Movie Wisecracks and Insults" but it did have a few jems.
Start by marking That's Quite a Dress You Almost Have On as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Some of the quotes unfortunately are quite vulgar so read with care as a couple singed my delicate eyes, but overall I did enjoy the book, despite knowing that my chances of remembering any of these at the appropriate moment are slim at best. Jan 22, 2008 Rowena rated it really liked it.
Start by marking That's Quite a Dress You Almost Have on as Want to Read
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In 2007, Bennett published That's Quite a Dress You Almost Have On, a compilation of well known lines from various movies. That's Quite a Dress You Almost Have On; Penguin Books, 2007. True Confessions of a Shameless Gossip; New Holland Publishers, 2019.
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Why,' he protested, 'that's not a child's suit. At least it is, but it's for fancy dress. Back at the hospital Mr Button entered the nursery and almost threw the package at his son. You could wear it yourself!' 'Wrap it up,' insisted his customer nervously. The astonished clerk obeyed. 'Here's your clothes,' he snapped out. The old man untied the package and viewed the contents with a quizzical eye.