Phillip Carlyle Quotes

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Phillip Carlyle: I own 10% of the show. Knowing who I was working for... I had the good sense to take my cut weekly.

P. T. Barnum: Phillip, I can't let you gamble it on me. I...

Anne Wheeler: Sure you can.

Lettie Lutz: Don't turn sensible on us now.

Phillip Carlyle: Partners. 50-50.

P. T. Barnum: Partners.

Phillip Carlyle: You know, Barnum... when I first met you... I had an inheritance, acclaim, an invitation to every party in town. And now, thanks to you, all that's gone. All that's left is friendship, love, and work that I adore. You brought joy into my life.

Lettie Lutz: Into all our lives.

Phillip's Father: Phillip, have you no shame? Associating yourself with that Barnum business is one thing... but parading around with the help?

(Anne runs away)

Phillip Carlyle: How dare you speak to her like that?

Phillip's Mother: You forget your place, Phillip.

Phillip Carlyle: My place? Mother, if this is my place, then I don't want any part of it.

Phillip Carlyle: Sir, it looks like you have yourself a junior partner.

P. T. Barnum: What I have is an overcompensated apprentice.

P. T. Barnum:

Now is this really how you like to spend your days?

Whiskey and misery, and parties and plays

Phillip Carlyle:

If I were mixed up with you, I'd be the talk of the town

Disgraced and disowned, another one of the clowns

P. T. Barnum:

But you would finally live a little, finally laugh a little

Just let me give you the freedom to dream and it'll

Wake you up and cure your aching

Take your walls and start 'em breaking

Now that's a deal that seems worth taking

But I guess I'll leave that up to you

Phillip Carlyle (to P. T. Barnum):

I think I'm good to go

'Cause I quite enjoy the life you say I'm trapped in

Now I admire you, and that whole show you do

You're onto something, really it's something

But I live among the swells, and we don't pick up peanut shells

I'll have to leave that up to you

Phillip Carlyle: Do you understand that just associating with you could cost me my inheritance?

P. T. Barnum: Oh, it could cost you more than that. You'd be risking everything. But, on the other hand, well, you just might find yourself a free man.

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