Greta Garbo - Star Trek TV - Star Trek: The Next Generation TV - Val Wilmer - The Hustler 1961 - Raymond Chandler - Trench soldier - Mark Twain - Tommy Cooper - The Doors - Compton Mackenzie - George Bernard Shaw - James Joyce - Alexander Fleming - W C Fields - Humphrey Bogart - Johnny Carson - Ronnie Corbett - Whisky Galore 1949 -
135,693. Gimme a whisky, ginger ale on the side, and don’t be stingy, baby. (Whisky & Drink) Greta Garbo, Anna Christie 1930 starring Greta Garbo & Charles Bickford & George F Marion & Marie Dressler & James T Mack & Lee Phelps et al, director Clarence Brown
24,087. Scott: When are y’gonna get off that milk diet, lad?
Chekov: This is vodka!
Scott: Where I come from, that’s soda pop. Now, this is a drink for a man.
Chekov: It was invented by a little old lady from Leningrad! (Star Trek & Alcohol & Whisky) Star Trek: The Trouble with Tribbles s2e15a
24,132. Half a gallon of scotch. (Star Trek & Alcohol & Whisky) Star Trek: Specter of the Gun s3e6, Scott
24,443. I require large amounts of whisky. (Star Trek & Alcohol & Whisky) Star Trek: The Next Generation: Time’s Arrow s5e26, old codger to Data
42,967. [reviews photograph of Jack Dupree] And on the shelf behind him is his requisites for the day: he’s got some bottles of lager, three different types of whisky, and the bottle of milk is not for his health, it’s mixed with whisky because that lines your stomach. That’s one thing I learned from a lot of the old Blues singers was mixing whisky and milk. (Alcohol & Blues & Milk & Whisky) Val Wilmer, interview
20,577. You think that’s a talent too, knowing how to drink whisky? (GBH Films & Alcohol & Drink & Whisky & Pool) The Hustler 1961 starring Paul Newman & Jackie Gleason & Piper Laurie & George C Scott & Myron McCormick & Murray Hamilton & Stefan Gierasch et al, director Robert Rossen, Shark to Fast Eddie
43,519. There is no bad whiskey. There are only some whiskeys that aren’t as good as others. Raymond Chandler
43,520. It is astonishing how much whisky the British Army carries into battle. Trench soldier, cited The First World War: Breaking the Deadlock
43,521. I always take Scotch whiskey at night as a preventive of toothache. I have never had the toothache; and what is more, I never intend to have it. Mark Twain
43,522. Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough. Mark Twain
43,523. I’m on a whisky diet. I’ve lost three days already. Tommy Cooper
43,524. Show me the way to the next whiskey bar,
Oh don’t ask why, Oh don’t ask why,
Show me the way to the next whiskey bar,
Oh don’t ask why, Oh don’t ask why ...
I tell you we must die. The Doors
43,525. Love makes the world go round? Not at all. Whiskey makes it go round twice as fast. Compton Mackenzie
43,526. Whisky is liquid sunshine. George Bernard Shaw
43,527. The light music of whisky falling into glasses made an agreeable interlude. James Joyce, Dubliners
43,528. A good gulp of hot whiskey at bedtime – it’s not very scientific but it helps. Alexander Fleming
43,529. I wish to live to 150 years old, but the day I die, I wish it to be with a cigarette in one hand and a glass of whiskey in the other. (Whisky & Cigarette & Death) Ava Gardner
43,530. Always carry a flagon of whiskey in case of snakebite and furthermore always carry a small snake. W C Fields
43,531. Drown in a cold vat of whiskey? Death, where is thy sting? (Whisky & Drown) W C Fields
43,532. I should never have switched from Scotch to Martinis. (Whisky & Last Words) Humphrey Bogart’s alleged last words
43,533. Happiness is having a rare steak, a bottle of whisky, and a dog to eat the rare steak. (Whisky & Happiness) Johnny Carson
43,534. It is true that whisky improves with age. The older I get, the more I like it. Ronnie Corbett
93,195. A happy people with few and simple pleasures. (Whisky & Pleasure) Whisky Galore! 1949 ***** starring Basil Radford & Joan Greenwood & James Robertson Justice & Gordon Jackson & Wylie Watson & Catherine Lacey & Jean Cadell & Bruce Seton & Henry Mollison & Morland Graham & John Gregson & Gabrielle Blunt et al, director Alexander Mackendrick, opening commentary
93,196. Islander: What was your cargo?
Captain: Fifty thousand cases of whisky. ibid.
93,197. When the dawn rose on that memorable morning it found a changed island: a sea that sparkled more brightly than before, grass that seemed greener, whiter sands. ibid.