Zitate und Sprüche aus Das Wunder von Manhattan

Hier findest du die schönsten Zitate und Sprüche aus Das Wunder von Manhattan (orig. Miracle on 34th Street). Auf myZitate findest du außerdem schöne Sprüche über Weihnachten.

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Was ist schlimmer: Eine Wahrheit die eine Träne entlockt, oder eine Lüge, die ein Lächeln entlockt?

Which is worse: A lie that draws a smile or a truth that draws a tear?

Lügen, WahrheitDas Wunder von Manhattan, von Bryan Bedford
 
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Wenn Sie überhaupt nichts allein durch Glauben anerkennen, dann sind sie verurteilt zu einem Leben, das von Zweifeln beherrscht wird.

If you can't believe, if you can't accept anything on faith, then you're doomed for a life dominated by doubt.

ZweifelDas Wunder von Manhattan, von Kris Kringle
 
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Oh, Christmas isn't just a day, it's a frame of mind... and that's what's been changing. That's why I'm glad I'm here, maybe I can do something about it.

WeihnachtenDas Wunder von Manhattan, von Kris Kringle
 
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Faith is believing when common sense tells you not to. Don't you see? It's not just Kris that's on trial, it's everything he stands for. It's kindness and joy and love and all the other intangibles.

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Fred Gailey
 
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Bailiff: "Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?"
Kris Kringle: "Yes, but don't I put my hand on a Bible?"
Bailiff: "No, sir, you don't."
Kris Kringle: "Well, I'll put my hand on my heart instead."

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Kris Kringle
 
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Look Doris, someday you're going to find that your way of facing this realistic world just doesn't work. And when you do, don't overlook those lovely intangibles. You'll discover those are the only things that are worthwhile.

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Fred Gailey
 
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If you're really Santa Claus, you can get it for me. And if you can't, you're only a nice man with a white beard, like mother says.

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Susan Walker
 
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I believe... I believe... It's silly, but I believe!

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Susan Walker
 
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Now wait a minute, Susie. Just because every child can't get his wish that doesn't mean there isn't a Santa Claus.

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Kris Kringle
 
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By filling them full of fairy tales they grow up considering life a fantasy instead of reality.

MärchenDas Wunder von Manhattan, von Doris Walker
 
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For the past 50 years or so I've been getting more and more worried about Christmas. Seems we're all so busy trying to beat the other fellow in making things go faster and look shinier and cost less that Christmas and I are sort of getting lost in the shuffle.

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Kris Kringle
 
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Susan, I speak French, but that does not make me Joan of Arc.

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Doris Walker
 
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Doris: "Would you please tell her that you're not really Santa Claus, that actually is no such person?"
Kris Kringle: "Well, I hate to disagree with you, but not only is there such a person, but here I am to prove it."

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Kris Kringle
 
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Mr. Collins, I hope you've taken down that old TV antenna. I ripped my pants on it last year.

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Kris Kringle
 
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Mrs. Mara: "Sometimes I wish I married a butcher or a plumber."
Attorney: "My dear, if I lose this hearing, you may very well get your wish."

Das Wunder von Manhattan
 
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Your Honor, every one of these letters is addressed to Santa Claus. The Post Office has delivered them. Therefore the Post Office Department, a branch of the Federal Government, recognizes this man, Kris Kringle, to be the one and only Santa Claus.

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Fred Gailey
 
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All my life I've wondered something, and now's my chance to find out. I'm going to find the answer to a question that's puzzled the world for centuries. Does Santa Claus sleep with his whiskers outside or in?

Das Wunder von Manhattan, von Fred Gailey
 
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Charles Halloran: "All right, you go back and tell them that the New York State Supreme Court rules there's no Santa Claus. It's all over the papers. The kids read it and they don't hang up their stockings. Now what happens to all the toys that are supposed to be in those stockings? Nobody buys them. The toy manufacturers are going to like that; so they have to lay off a lot of their employees, union employees. Now you got the CIO and the AF of L against you and they're going to adore you for it and they're going to say it with votes. Oh, and the department stores are going to love you too and the Christmas card makers and the candy companies. Ho ho. Henry, you're going to be an awful popular fella. And what about the Salvation Army? Why, they got a Santa Claus on every corner, and they're taking a fortune. But you go ahead Henry, you do it your way. You go on back in there and tell them that you rule there is no Santy Claus. Go on. But if you do, remember this: you can count on getting just two votes, your own and that district attorney's out there."
Henry Harper: "The District Attorney's a Republican."

Das Wunder von Manhattan
 
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