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Danielle Foussard (Character)
from To Catch a Thief (1955)

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To Catch a Thief (1955)
Danielle Foussard: I heard some talk in the kitchen. They say, "What a pity if they must kill The Cat!"

John Robie: Danielle, you are just a girl. She is a woman.
Danielle Foussard: Why buy an old car if you can get a new one cheaper? It will run better and last longer.

John Robie: Well, we only met a couple of minutes ago.
Danielle Foussard: That's right, only a few minutes ago.
Frances Stevens: Only a few minutes ago? And you talk like old friends...
Frances Stevens: Ah, well, that's warm, friendly France for you.

John Robie: Say something nice to her, Danielle.
Danielle Foussard: She looks a lot older up close.
[John Robie whimpers]
Frances Stevens: To a mere child, anything over twenty might seem old.
Danielle Foussard: A child? Shall we stand in shallower water and discuss that?

John Robie: I only regret one thing.
Danielle Foussard: That you never asked me to marry you?
John Robie: No, that I never taught you better English.

John Robie: Danielle, do me a favor. Don't call me a cat.
Danielle Foussard: I only do one favor a day.
Foussard: [he says something angrily to Danielle in French]
John Robie: Will you do as your father here asks?
Danielle Foussard: [mockingly] Did I brush your fur the wrong way?