wuthering heights


Movie Info

Title wuthering heights

Original title Wuthering Heights

Year 1939

Director William Wyler

GenreDrama, Romance

Top 20 Quotes of “wuthering heights” Movie

“I cannot live without my life! I cannot die without my soul.” Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“Cathy, I never broke your heart. You broke it! Cathy! You loved me! What right to throw love away for the poor fancy thing you felt for him, for a handful of worthiness.” Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“Forgive me, Heathcliff. Make the world stop right here. Make everything stop and stand still and never move again. Make the moors never change, and you and I never change.”

Merle Oberon – Cathy

“No matter what I ever do or say, Heathcliff, this is me – now – standing on this hill with you. This is me, forever.” Merle Oberon – Cathy

“- Heathcliff: My tears don’t love you, Cathy. They blight and curse and damn you!
– Cathy: Heathcliff, don’t break my heart.
– Heathcliff: Oh Cathy, I never broke your heart. You broke it!”

Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff
Merle Oberon – Cathy

“- Cathy: Looking at you tonight I could not help but remember how things used to be.
– Heathcliff: They used to be better.”

Merle Oberon – Cathy
Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“Misery and death and all the evils that God and man could have ever done would never have parted us.” Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“- Cathy: I’m not the Cathy that was. Can you understand that? I’m somebody else. I’m another man’s wife, and he loves me. And I love him.
– Heathcliff: If he loved you with all the power of his soul for a whole lifetime he couldn’t love you as much as I do in a single day.”

Merle Oberon – Cathy
Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“- Lockwood: You say that was Cathy’s ghost I heard at the window?
– Ellen Dean: Not a ghost, but Cathy’s love, stronger than time itself, still sobbing for its unlived days and uneaten bread.”

Miles Mander – Lockwood
Flora Robson – Ellen Dean

“- Heathcliff: Why are your eyes always empty?
– Isabella: They’re not empty, if you’d only look deeper. Look at me. I’m pretty. I’m a woman and I love you. You’re all of life to me. Let me be a single breath of it for you.”

Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff
Geraldine Fitzgerald – Isabella

“I want to crawl to her feet, whimper to be forgiven… for loving me. For needing her more than my own life… for belonging to her more than my own soul.” Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“- Cathy: Punish me.
– Heathcliff: I’m going to. When I take her in my arms, when I kiss her, when I promise her life and happiness.” Merle Oberon – Cathy
Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“How can you stand here beside me and pretend not to remember? Not to know that my heart is breaking for you? That your face is the wonderful light burning in all this darkness?” Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“Be with me always. Take any form, drive me mad, only do not leave me in this dark alone where I cannot find you.” Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“Who turns you into a vain, cheap, worldly fool? Linton does. You’ll never love him, but you’ll let yourself be loved because it pleases your stupid, greedy vanity.” Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“- Cathy: Don’t pretend life hasn’t improved for you.
– Heathcliff: Life has ended for me.”

Merle Oberon – Cathy
Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“My tears don’t love you, Cathy. They blight and curse and damn you!” Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“Catherine Earnshaw, may you not rest so long as I live on! I killed you. Haunt me, then! Haunt your murderer! I know that ghosts have wandered on the Earth.” Laurence Olivier – Heathcliff

“Ellen, I am Heathcliff. Everything he’s suffered, I’ve suffered. The little happiness he’s ever known, I’ve had too. Oh, Ellen, if everything in the world died and Heathcliff remained, life would still be full for me.” Merle Oberon – Cathy

“He seems to take pleasure in being mean and brutal. And yet, he’s more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.” Merle Oberon – Cathy