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Milo Roberts (Character)
from An American in Paris (1951)

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An American in Paris (1951)
Jerry Mulligan: That's... quite a dress you almost have on.
Milo Roberts: Thanks.
Jerry Mulligan: What holds it up?
Milo Roberts: Modesty.

Jerry Mulligan: Where is everyone?
Milo Roberts: Here.
Jerry Mulligan: Downstairs?
Milo Roberts: No, here in this room.
Jerry Mulligan: What about that extra girl?
Milo Roberts: That's me.

Milo Roberts: [after watching Jerry dismiss a young woman looking at his work] Do you mind if I have a look, or will you chew my head off too?
Jerry Mulligan: No, you're all right. She's just one of those third year girls who gripe my liver.
Milo Roberts: Third year girls?
Jerry Mulligan: Yeah, you know, American college kids. They come over here to take their third year and lap up a little culture. They give me a swift pain.
Milo Roberts: Why? They're harmless enough.
Jerry Mulligan: They're officious and dull. They're always making profound observations they've overheard.

Jerry Mulligan: Hey, uh, how'd you come by all these worldly possessions? A rich husband or a rich father?
Milo Roberts: Father.

Milo Roberts: Why do you always talk about money?
Jerry Mulligan: Because I ain't got any. And when you ain't got any that takes on a curious significance.