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: Do you believe in God? Humbert Humbert
: The question is does God believe in me?
: Hum, you just touch me and I... I... I go as limp as a noodle. It scares me. Humbert Humbert
: Yes, I know the feeling.
: Listen, didn't you... didn't you have a daughter? Didn't you have a daughter with a lovely name? Yeah! A lovely... What was it now? A lovely, lyrical, lilting name, like, uh... uh... Charlotte Haze
: Lo-li-ta! Clare Quilty
: Lolita, that's right, Lolita. Diminutive of Dolores, "The Tears and the Roses." Charlotte Haze
: Wednesday she's going to have a cavity filled by your Uncle Ivor. Clare Quilty
: Yes. Hahahahaha... Yes.
: [to Humbert
] Oh, you MAN!
: He is a writer and he is not be disturbed! Lolita Haze
: [makes the Nazi salute
] Sieg heil!
: There's a nice view from this window... of the front lawn.
: Is, um, Madame Humbert, um... Humbert Humbert
: There's no "Madame". We are divorced... Charlotte Haze
: Oh... Humbert Humbert
: *Happily* divorced. Charlotte Haze
: When did all this happen? Humbert Humbert
: About a year ago - in Paris. Charlotte Haze
: Oh, Paris, France, madame... You know, monsieur, I really believe that it's only in the Romance Languages that one is able to really relate in a mature fashion. In fact I remember when the late Mr. Haze and I... when we were on our honeymoon abroad, I knew that I'd never felt married until I'd heard myself addressed as "Senora". Humbert Humbert
: So you were in Spain? Charlotte Haze
: No, Mexico! Humbert Humbert
: Oh, Mexico, mm-hmm!
: Oh M'sieur, if what you're needing is peace and quiet, I can assure you you couldn't get more peace anywhere, ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha.
: I asked you to make your bed. Didn't I? Lolita
: No. You asked me if I'd made my bed.