Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Continental Distributing, Columbia Pictures
Sometimes movies become so popular that even a few lines in the films become famous. It can result from a perfectly written script, a bad script that viewers made fun of or lines that resonate with its target audience.

The 1960s produced hundreds of movies that are considered classics today, and some can be identified based on lines said by characters. Can you tell which popular 1960s movie these famous lines came from?

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  1. Famous line: "How can you trust a man that wears both a belt and suspenders? Man can't even trust his own pants."
  2. Famous line: "There's a lot of ugly things in this world, son. I wish I could keep 'em all away from you. That's never possible."
  3. Famous line: "When we started out... I thought we were really going somewhere. But this is it. We're just going."
  4. Famous line: "Boy, am I a victim of disappointment in you."
  5. Famous line: "Take your stinking paws off me."
  6. Famous line: "You've got such a big head that you could never live with yourself unless you could put us all to shame."
  7. Famous line: "I ought to drag you out there and feed you to those things!"
  8. Famous line: "The question is not whether I've treated you rudely but whether you've ever heard me treat anyone else better."
  9. Famous line: "You criticized me for arguing too much. But the facts speak for themselves."
  10. Famous line: "You see, in this world there's two kinds of people, my friend: Those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig."

Which popular 1960s movie did these famous lines come from?

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