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Consistently named one of the best movies of all time, To Kill a Mockingbird is one of the most beloved book to movie adaptations of all time. The story of a Southern lawyer defending a Black man from a wrongful rape accusation while fighting prejudice and hate during the times of segregation earned Gregory Peck an Academy Award for Best Actor as well as nominations for Best Picture and Best Director for the film.This list includes all the best To Kill A Mockingbird lines and moments, just as they appeared in the actual movie script. Whether they are funny quotes, sad quotes, quotes about love or death, all the most famous To Kill A Mockingbird quotes are here.
Shooting A Mockingbird
Scout: Mr. Tate was right.
Atticus Finch: What do you mean?
Scout: Well, it would be sort of like shooting a mockingbird, wouldn't it?
I Should Have Killed
Bob Ewell: I'm real sorry they picked you to defend that n****r that raped my Mayella. I don't know why I didn't kill him myself instead of goin' to the sheriff. That would have saved you and the sheriff and the taxpayers lots of trouble...
Felt Sorry For A White Woman
Tom Robinson: Looks like she didn't have nobody to help her. I felt right sorry for her. She seemed...
Prosecutor: You felt sorry for her? A white woman? You felt sorry for her?
Put Your Feet In His Shoes
Older Scout: One time Atticus said you never really knew a man until you stood in his shoes and walked around in them; just standin' on the Radley porch was enough. The summer that had begun so long ago had ended, and another summer had taken its place, and a fall, and Boo Radley had come out.