Henry: (after she tells him of her suspicions) Catherine, how could you? What sort of a fevered imagination must you have? … Perhaps, after all, it is possible to read too many novels.
Henry: I have always found that ignorance and prejudice hold no bar to forming the strongest of opinions.
Henry: If I'm to retain my father's favour, I must marry a fortune too.
Catherine: And shall you?
Henry: I always hoped I'd be lucky, that the girl I fell in love with would come with a fortune attached.
Catherine: And if she should not?
Henry: Then that would be a very stern test of my character.
Henry Tilney: I often think there's more life and truth and feeling in a good novel than in a hundred dull sermons.
Although the story is primarily set in Bath, this production was filmed in Dublin, Ireland, using the Dublin Castle as the exterior of Northanger Abbey.