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David and Bathsheba

video from 1951 movie with Gregory Peck as King David and Susan Hayward as Bathsheba. Quotes KING DAVID: Why are you telling me this now? Why not before? BATHSHEBA: Because at first I had to know what is in your heart. If the law of Moses is be broken David, let's broken with full understanding...
 
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of what we want from each other. No, please. I'm not finished. There are woman you can send for them and send away again. I am not one of them. KING DAVID: What do you want? BATHSHEBA: To please you. KING DAVID: I have not been clear enough that you please me? I'll never send you away, if what you want. Never, as long as you live. Susan Hayward as BATHSHEBA: No, David, that is not all I wantSusan Hayward as BATHSHEBA: No, David, that is not all I want. Think not to this one night but all the days and all the nights to come. Think I can give you what you need for your long as you live as your wife. KING DAVID: But you're not free. BATHSHEBA: If I was free... Gregory Peck as KING DAVID: It is supposed that a king does not need anythingGregory Peck as KING DAVID: It is supposed that a king does not need anything. BATHSHEBA: Only a fool would suppose that. KING DAVID: Well then... friendship. I had a friend once, but I destroyed him. The others who are called friends, I have never seen them eyes, only tops of their heads they bent to me. Their hands are extended to me, but palms upwards for favors. Even my own sons. I will see your eyes, Bathsheba? BATHSHEBA: You will see them. And my hand will be in yours. That much is easy. KING DAVID: I'm only a man, Bathsheba. I need someone to understand that. I need that kind of understanding that only one human being can give one to another. I need someone to share my heart. BATHSHEBA: The man I watched from my window was not the king but a man whose heart well worth to sharing.
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