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Lolita (Character)
from Lolita (1962)

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Lolita -- A wicked satire of sexual obsession, sadomasochism, & fetishism. When mild-mannered professor Humbert arrives in small town of Ramsdale, he falls for Charlotte & her teen daughter, Lolita.

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Lolita is the object of Humbert's love, a young girl... See more »
Alternate Names:
Dolores 'Lolita' Haze


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  1. Lolita (1997) Played by Dominique Swain (as Dolores 'Lolita' Haze)

  2. Lolita (1962) Played by Sue Lyon
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  1. "Charlie Rose"
        - Episode dated 8 March 1999 (1999) TV episode, Played by Sue Lyon

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From Lolita (1962)
Lolita Haze: Why don't we play a game?
Humbert Humbert: A game? Come on. No, you get on to room service at once.
Lolita Haze: No, really. I learned some real good games in camp. One in "particularly" was fun.
Humbert Humbert: Well, why don't you describe this one in "particularly" good game?
Lolita Haze: Well, I played it with Charlie.
Humbert Humbert: Charlie? Who's he?
Lolita Haze: Charlie? He's that guy you met in the office.
Humbert Humbert: You mean that boy? You and he?
Lolita Haze: Yeah. You sure you can't guess what game I'm talking about?
Humbert Humbert: I'm not a very good guesser.
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