Mrs. Roberts: I really don't mind dying.
Sister Wilhelminia: (grabbing a bottle of whiskey) Well I'm a nun, not a saint!
Rosemary Leighton-Jones: Love is like a flame, it burns and is visible to all.
Margaret Drummond: I just can't bring myself to hate people. The worse they behave, the sorrier I feel for them.
Rosemary Leighton-Jones: We will never get out of this. None of us will ever leave Sumatra.
Captain Tanaka: So no more heroic singing from your ladies.
Adrienne Pargiter: I happen to think it is worth risking.
Dr. Verstak: Sometimes God reaches down and pulls the wings off his butterflies.
Margaret Drummond: The will to survive is strong, stronger than anything.
Colonel Hirota: The war is over. Once more we can be friends.
Margaret Drummond: I was in China when the Japanese invaded and I think that the people they despised the most were Europeans and prisoners then women.
Adrienne Pargiter: Well that's us. All three.
Topsy Merritt: You want me to give up food and soap and God knows what else, so I can starve and sing?
Mrs. Tippler: You don't give a damn about us, this whole camp!
Colonel Hirota: I could do no more.
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