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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" is a classic American play written by Tennessee Williams, later adapted into a movie and several television adaptations. Released in 1958, the exceptional film version starred Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman, and Burl Ives. Set in Mississippi, it revolves around the Pollitt family's turmoil, deceit, and unresolved issues as they gather for a birthday celebration. "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" delves deep into themes of sexuality, greed, mendacity, and the desire for acceptance. The intense performances and gripping dialogue make this a must-see production. While we don't have the movie available for download, we offer a rich array of sounds and music to enhance your experience. Explore and download these captivating sounds here!

A 28,000 acre plantation is a mighty big thing to run.
A child is coming...
A crack in the stone wall?
A family crisis brings out the best and the worst in every member.
A gynecologist.
A hobo tramp...
A house, a trip to Europe, all this junk.
A sunbeam
About fifty times.
Ain't nothing more powerful than the odor of mendacity.
Ain't nothing wrong with me but a spastic colon!
Ain't that so?
Alcohol rub.
All he needs is a peppermint.
All I wanted was a father, not a boss!
All my family ever had was family.
All my life I've been like a doubled up fist...
All of a sudden, there's peace.
All right, honey.
All right, I'm coming.
All right.
All those swindling lodges, social clubs, and money grabbing auxiliaries...
Almost single handed.
An announcement of life beginning.
And all the hypocrisy I've had to live with these 40 years I've lived with you.
And all the time, scared stiff about you.
And he's alone.
And he's...
And I built this place from nothing.
And I can stop thinking.
And I couldn't pick it up.
And I did.
And I lay in that hospital bed, unable to move or run from that sound.
And I'll run this place till the day I die.
And I'm going to use them. I'm going to use them all.
And if humanity returns your love, you might get elected...
And it was all over:
And it was done with the help of God, and not any governor.
And leave the field to Gooper and his wife?
And love.
And some memories.
And that is my present to you.
And that's all he left you?
And that's no lie.
And the sound of that was like Skipper screaming for help.
And then I knew what I was going to do.
And then that phone...
And they don't hang up on their wives. They don't hang up on life.
And we can drive back to New Orleans tonight.
And we'll help each other be happy.
And why so many allusions to you and Rainbow Hill?
And you drag it through the gutter!
And you'll never have to bury me like I did him.
Answer me!
Answer me!
Anybody at all in your whole life?
Anybody ever tell you you were a back aching Puritan?
Anytime, anyplace, anywhere!
AP got hold of it too.
Are you all crazy?
Are you bringing that party up here or not?
Are you crying 'cause you're childless?
Are you ready to settle for ten cent beer?
Are you saying nothing happened between you and Skipper?
Are you still blaming me for Skipper's death?
Aren't you drinking to that?
Aren't you putting it on a little thick?
As far as Brick is concerned...
Ask her.
At least give him this present...
Avarice and greed!
Bad breaks. An off day.
Because I let him down.
Because I used to, and people like to do what they used to do...
Because somebody let him down.
Because they shut you out and you hated that.
Because you can't play football anymore?
Because you lost your job? I'll get it back for you!
Because your brother's children have got no necks.
Believe me, it is desperate, and she has got it.
Best known tramp on the boxcar circuit.
Big Daddy don't know what he owns.
Big Daddy dotes on you, honey.
Big Daddy takes a drink now and then. I don't trust a man who don't drink.
Big Daddy wanted me to become a lawyer. I did.
Big Daddy wants to know. Tell him!
BIG DADDY: [ Groans ] At least you're not too numb...
BIG DADDY: And it's here right now.
BIG DADDY: Are you stuck out there? MAE: I was just passing by.
BIG DADDY: Are you sure of that? BRICK: Yes.
BIG DADDY: Because you were drunk!
BIG DADDY: Doc, do you want to tell them the news?
BIG DADDY: Get out of here! Leave us alone! Why do you drink?
BIG DADDY: He was a crutch for you too, wasn't he?
BIG DADDY: Hello, Bucky!
BIG DADDY: I can't stand Gooper and Mae and those five screaming monkeys.
BIG DADDY: I had one last year and the year before. Didn't see you then.
BIG DADDY: I was calling Brick.
BIG DADDY: I'll talk like I want to on my birthday, or any other rotten day.
BIG DADDY: I'm not kidding. BRICK: No, sir, I know you're not kidding.
BIG DADDY: Ida, will you keep quiet?
BIG DADDY: If I was married to you three years...
BIG DADDY: Is that why you quit sports announcing?
BIG DADDY: Let it be painful. BRICK: I can crawl and hop if I have to.
BIG DADDY: Maggie, come here.
BIG DADDY: Maybe he thought he was coming to my funeral instead.
BIG DADDY: Mendacity!
BIG DADDY: No, I won't! BRICK: I'm waiting for that click...
BIG DADDY: No, you're not, you drunken whelp!
BIG DADDY: Now wait a minute! BRICK: Or I'll drive myself.
BIG DADDY: On the football field! BRICK: Anytime, anywhere, anyplace!
BIG DADDY: She's got good taste that girl. BRICK: In some things, yes...
BIG DADDY: That's funny.
BIG DADDY: Then why are you and Sister Woman scurrying and scrounging around?
BIG DADDY: They run and tell Big Mama everything they hear.
BIG DADDY: We can try.
BIG DADDY: What did she do?
BIG DADDY: What did you do that for? BRICK: Do what?
BIG DADDY: What were you doing on the high school athletic field at 3:00 AM?
BIG DADDY: What's the matter with that woman?
BIG DADDY: What's wrong with you? MAE: She's just so happy.
BIG DADDY: Where are you going? BRICK: Home.
BIG DADDY: Where are you going? BRICK: To get another bottle.
BIG DADDY: Why are you so excited? BRICK: Go ahead, say it!
BIG DADDY: Why did your big strong man fall apart?
BIG DADDY: You had better know why you drink or give it up!
BIG DADDY: You know about clicks, don't you?
BIG DADDY: You're just feeling sorry for yourself. That's all it is. Self pity!
BIG DADDY: You've a real liquor problem. BRICK: Yes, sir.
BIG DADDY: Your woman's got a better shape on her...
Big Daddy! Now what makes him so big?
Big Daddy?
Big Daddy?
Big Daddy's 100 percent...
Big Daddy's a jolly good fellow
Big Daddy's calling you.
Big Daddy's going to live.
Big Mama needs you.
Big Mama wants to know the truth about the clinic report.
Big Mama went wild in it.
Big Mama, take them out for me.
Big Mama, you've had a shock.
BIG MAMA: And candied yams.
BIG MAMA: Big Daddy, can you hear me?
BIG MAMA: Brick, honey!
BIG MAMA: He loves children! GOOPER: Of course he does!
BIG MAMA: He'll take hold of things. MAE: What things?
BIG MAMA: Here comes Big Daddy's birthday!
BIG MAMA: How does your leg feel, honey?
BIG MAMA: I know...
BIG MAMA: Instead of picking on theirs? GOOPER: Big Mama!
BIG MAMA: It won't be the first time I've seen Brick not dressed.
BIG MAMA: Kit and caboodle, son.
BIG MAMA: Look at Big Daddy eat! Ain't it something to thank your stars for?
BIG MAMA: Maggie, Brick! GOOPER: Now, now, Big Mama...
BIG MAMA: Put them away before I tear them up. I don't know what's in them.
BIG MAMA: Shall I read them? BIG DADDY: No!
BIG MAMA: Sticky rain always makes me sick.
BIG MAMA: Stop that kind of talk!
BIG MAMA: Then stop talking like your father's dead and me along with him.
BIG MAMA: What are you all surrounding me for?
BIG MAMA: What are you doing?
BIG MAMA: What's this door doing locked?
BIG MAMA: What's wrong? You've all got such long faces.
BIG MAMA: Where is it?
BIG MAMA: Why are you shouting? I can't stand it!
BIG MAMA: You can open up your birthday present.
BIG MAMA: You don't mean that. BIG DADDY: Yes, I do mean it.
Big Mama's already on their side.
Big news.
Bought most of it...
Boy, I've lived with mendacity. Why can't you live with it?
Boy, sometimes you worry me.
Breaking your ankle last night on the high school field.
Brick loves you! He does!
Brick never carried a thing in his life but a football or a highball.
Brick, honey, I brought you something to eat.
Brick, honey, I brought you something to eat.
Brick, honey...
Brick, hurry on out!
Brick, wait!
BRICK: [ Shouts ] Say it!
BRICK: And you say...
BRICK: Are you planning on meeting Big Daddy's plane?
BRICK: Because I like to drink.
BRICK: Come on up here.
BRICK: Didn't you ever look up to anybody?
BRICK: Don't make a fool of yourself.
BRICK: Freshening up my drink.
BRICK: Give it to Gooper and Mae.
BRICK: Give me your hand. BIG DADDY: I don't want your hand!
BRICK: Give me your hand. BIG DADDY: I don't want your hand!
BRICK: He's all right?
BRICK: Hey, everybody!
BRICK: I don't know.
BRICK: I guess so. Yes, sir, that's it.
BRICK: I wasn't conscious of looking at you.
BRICK: I'm not hungry.
BRICK: I'm sorry.
BRICK: I've already heard the good news... DR. BAUGH: It's bad news.
BRICK: Laughing at what?
BRICK: Let go.
BRICK: Not yet. Now, give me that bottle.
BRICK: Since when did a man's smell ever injure your sensitive feelings?
BRICK: Sure, somebody else's truth!
BRICK: That's the way to feel.
BRICK: We're leaving.
BRICK: Why didn't Skipper like you?
BRICK: Why do you call Gooper's kiddies no neck monsters?
BRICK: You're a liar!
Brick's birthday present for Big Daddy.
Brick's down there with him. He'll help Big Daddy.