Antony quotes, aphorisms, statements, say
Rome Octavian: What's happening? Do you know?
Antony: No idea. On my command, forward!
Octavian: Where are you going?
Antony: When in doubt... ATTACK!
[The cavalry charges with Antony at their head. Agrippa looks after them longingly.]
Agrippa: Thank you. (to troopers) You two, on me!
[Rides after Antony.]
Rome [Mark Antony, when discussing terms of Caesar's return to Rome]
Pompey: He sits alone in Ravenna with one mutinous skeleton of a legion and he dares to dictate terms to me!?.
Mark Antony : Caesar has many more legions than the Thirteenth.
Scipio: Yes, on the far side of the Alps.
Mark Antony: Winter does not last forever. Spring comes. Snows melt.
Scipio: That is a threat!
Mark Antony : No, I assure you, that is no threat. Snows always melt.
Cleopatra 1963 film Marc Antony: Octavian... this son of Caesar, does it upset you?
Marc Antony: You were so shut at the mouth just now one would think your words were are precious to you as your gold.
Octavian: Like my gold, I used them where they are worth most.
Marc Antony: Ah! And your virtue? [Leans over to him] My friend has a friend.
Octavian: That too.
Marc Antony: You know, Octavian... it's possible that when you die, you will die without ever having been alive.
Rome [Before Caesar's funeral.]
Antony: I've never fucked a woman in a funeral dress before.
Atia: Nor shall you now.
Antony: That's a shame. It'll have to be Merula then. [Atia's slave Merula stares in shock] Come here, old girl, jump on!
Atia: She'd eat you alive!
Antony: I'm not rising from bed until I fuck someone.
Atia: Fine, fine. Merula, fetch that German slut from the kitchen.
Rome Vorenus: Sir your "wife" instructed me to tell you something.
Vorenus: She instructed me to tell you that "you are cowardly scum".
Antony: [laughs] She did, did she? - and what's your opinion of that?
Vorenus: It's not my place to have an opinion, Sir.
Antony: Ah - tell me anyway.
Vorenus: Is that an order?
Antony: Yes. That's an order.
Vorenus: You're no coward, but you do have a strong disease in your soul. A disease that will eat away at you - until you die.
Antony: Really. Hmm. And what is this disease?
Vorenus: I don't know. I'm not a doctor.
Antony: No - no you're not. So how can you be so sure of your diagnosis?
Vorenus: I recognize your symptoms. I have the same sickness.
Rome [After Antony orders the murderers of Caesar from Rome]
Cassius: You may wish as you will. We yet have all the Senate behind us and all the men of quality. [Furious, Antony storms over to Cassius]
Antony: [almost berserk with rage] And I have an angry mob, that will roast and eat your 'men of quality' in the ashes of the Senate House!
Rome Antony [examining the knife Cleopatra apparently used to kill herself] No - this won't do. Let's use a proper, Roman sword.
[Vorenus offers his sword, Antony takes it, regards it for a moment then draws it]
Antony: It's a damn good sword. [Throws the sheath away, looks around the room] It's a good place to die at any rate. Could've been a ditch in Gaul. Men that knew Alexander... once stood here.
Vorenus: Good a place as any, I suppose
Antony: Lucius Vorenus -- iron to the end. Don't you die here with me. You get out while you can.
Vorenus: I will do that. It's been an honour - serving with you Sir.
Antony: Has it? I - I hope so. [positions the tip of the sword above his stomach] Brace it there, eh?
Vorenus: Any instructions or messages, sir?
Antony: No - Just... Tell the people I died well. I died Roman.
Cleopatra 1963 film Cleopatra: You will kneel.
Antony: I will what?
Cleopatra: On your knees.
Antony: [indignant] You dare ask the Proconsul of Rome-
Cleopatra: I asked it of Julius Caesar. I demand it of you!