MR. DICK LUCAS, Are You Being Served?, "The Think Tank" (1974)
We both know that this notion of human equality perpetuates mediocrity. But we're not mediocre, are we? We're independent, and independence...that's a privilege of the strong.
MR. LYLE, The Pretender (1996)
No two things on Earth are equal or have an equal chance. Not a leaf, not a tree. There's many a man worse than me, and some better. But I don't think race or country matters a damn. What matters...is justice.
SERGEANT "BUSTER" KILRAIN, Gettysburg (1993)
If you can kill and die for equality, you should be able to find a way to be equal in life.
SUHA AZZAM, Paradise Now (2005)
You sit there with full knowledge that in this life, there is no equality; that there are those who serve, and those that are served; those who obey, and those that are obeyed; those who bow, and those that are bowed to; that in this life, certain events take place that cause some people to be humiliated, and there are those who are the cause of that humiliation.
IVAN ILYITCH CHERDYAKHOV, The Good Doctor (1978)
The time for justice, the time for freedom, and the time for equality is always...is always right now!
SAMANTHA BOOKE, The Great Debaters (2007)
I'm not against equality. I'm perfectly prepared to be equal with anybody, providing they don't start being equal with me.
IRIS CATHAWAY, This Above All (1942)
Victory shall come to the worthy. Today, democracy, liberty, and equality are words to fool the people. No nation can progress with such ideas. They stand in the way of action.
GARBITSCH, The Great Dictator (1940)
No woman is the equal of a man, she is his superior in every single case.
MISS DEBORAH JENKYNS, Cranford, "June 1842" (2007)
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