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>That was a classic line by Michael Rennie who was speaking to Gort. If
>you're under 30 it wouldn't mean much. But, the first time I saw that
>movie I memorized that line just to be ready. One day. . . I was gonna be
>the only kid who could communicate properly. Me and H. B. Caltenbourne.
>And maybe Patricia O'Neal.
>Yes, I'm a tech writer. Why do you ask?
The line was actually, I believe, spoken by Rennie to Patricia Neal (not
O'Neal), then by Neal to Gort. Nitpicking stuff.