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Yvonne (Character)
from Casablanca (1942)

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Casablanca -- Trailer for the classic drama Casablanca starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.
Dates in Movie & TV History: :  -- One of the more important dates in movie history is Dec. 2, 1941, which marks the day Ilsa Lund walked into Rick's cafe in the classic romance 'Casablanca.'

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  1. Casablanca (1942) Played by Madeleine Lebeau

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From Casablanca (1942)
[at the bar, where Yvonne and a German officer are ordering drinks]
French Officer Insulting Yvonne: [in French, to Yvonne] Say, you are French, yet you go out with a German like this!
Yvonne: [in French] What are you butting in for?
French Officer Insulting Yvonne: [in French] I am butting in...
Yvonne: [in French] It's none of your business!
[the German officer approaches the Frenchman]
German Officer with Yvonne: [in English to the French officer] What did you say to her? Would you kindly repeat it to me?
French Officer Insulting Yvonne: [in English] What I said is none of your business.
German Officer with Yvonne: Then I will make it my business!
[brief scuffle between German officer and French officer; Yvonne screams at them in French to stop; Rick intervenes and orders them to desist]
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