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Susan (Character)
from The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947)

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The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947)
Susan: You're going to make me an old maid.
Margaret: Only until you're 18.

Richard Nugent: Hey, you remind me of a man.
Susan Turner: What man?
Richard Nugent: Man with the power.
Susan Turner: What power?
Richard Nugent: Power of hoodoo.
Susan Turner: Hoodoo?
Richard Nugent: You do.
Susan Turner: Do what?
Richard Nugent: Remind me of a man...

Susan: Well, my attitude is that one female judge in the family is enough.
Richard Nugent: Did you say that your name was Turner?
Susan: That's right! My sister is Judge Margaret Turner.
Richard Nugent: Nice to have met the family, bye.

Susan: Have you ever married?
Richard Nugent: No.
Susan: Have you ever been in love?
Richard Nugent: Yes I have. Tell me what kind of paper does this school run?
Susan: Oh, all the students read it.
Richard Nugent: I'll bet they do.

Susan: Did you have many ordeals before you became a success?
Richard Nugent: No, I...
Susan: You can talk to me. I want you to think of me, not as a newspaper woman, but as a friend.
Richard Nugent: Well, in that case, I'll tell you. I did suffer. When I was 10, my mother and father had a double suicide pact, they made it. I was sent to an orphanage. Some days they didn't beat me. Then one night I escaped, I ran away to New York. I used to steal.
Susan: What did you steal?
Richard Nugent: Beg your pardon?
Susan: What did you steal?
Richard Nugent: Crusts of bread... and things. One time I stole a valise. There were paints and paintbrushes inside. So I began to paint. Then they got me. I was sent to a reform school, but I escaped again.
Susan: Go on.
Richard Nugent: Back to new York. A weathly society lady saw my work, fell in love with me and sent me to art school. The rest is history.
Susan: How wonderful. How terribly wonderful.

Richard Nugent: Could we do this some other time? I've got a date.
Susan: Then you're not married?
Richard Nugent: No.
Susan: I knew you weren't. You just couldn't be.
Richard Nugent: Oh I've had some offers.

Susan: Have you ever thought of me as a model?
Margaret: I can't honestly say that I have. Why?
Susan: Dickie wants me to pose for him.
Margaret: Oh, isn't that nice... DICKIE?