Match the quote to the classic Irish movie

Which famous Irish films do the following quotes come from?

SportsJOE
Created by SportsJOE
On Jun 25, 2018
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“Don't leave me, Tayto!”

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“I'm sorry I called you an inanimate object.”

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“Now, if there's one thing worse than a pig, it's a bogman up from the country for the day to do the Christmas shopping. We'd see them in the cafe with their caps, and their boots, and their bony arses. They called it dancing, it looked more like wading through manure.”

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“I suppose a ride’s out of the question?”

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“The happy childhood is hardly worth telling. Worse than the ordinary miserable childhood is the miserable Irish childhood. And worse still is the miserable Irish Catholic childhood.”

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“You've kept us waiting 700 years. You can have your seven minutes.”

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“Tell them all what they get if they mess with the boys from Ballydowse.”

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“I’m Irish, sure. Racism is part of my culture.”

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“Be a good Yank. Turn around. Go home.”

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“Have I got a Ronnie?”

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“Do you not get it, lads? The Irish are the blacks of Europe. And Dubliners are the blacks of Ireland. And the Northside Dubliners are the blacks of Dublin. So say it once, say it loud: I'm black and I'm proud.”

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“What's the Czech for ‘Do you love him?’”

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“I'm an innocent man. I spent 15 years in prison for something I didn't do.”

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“There are two things you need for an adventure, a treasure map and someone dumb enough to go with you.”

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“With speech therapy, I could teach you how to say "F*ck off" more clearly.”

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“Do heavy metallers eat chips, Larry?”

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“I tried not to get into this war, and did. Now I try to get out, and can't.”

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“I don't think Sligo is too high on Al-Quaeda's agenda, Milo, do you?”

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