Ann Marie
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Ann Marie (Character)
from "That Girl" (1966)

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"That Girl: When in Rome (#2.10)" (1967)
Vittorio Barrini: What have you appeared in? Tell me your credits.
Ann Marie: Well, last season I appeared in a play with Ethel Merman, for a whole weekend.
Vittorio Barrini: Oh, and how did you do?
Ann Marie: Well, the director said...
Vittorio Barrini: No, no, no. How do *you* think you did. Were you good?
Ann Marie: [chuckles] I loved me.

Vittorio Barrini: Is your decision based at all by your fear that you would not look good without your clothes on?
Ann Marie: You have got to be kidding.

"That Girl: Odpdypahimcaifss (#2.23)" (1968)
Lou Marie: He's obviously covering up, because he has contributed to her delinquency.
Ann Marie: He has not! He hasn't contributed to one single thing!
Donald Hollinger: I gave at the office.

Mrs. Hollinger: Men's trousers are never found in young ladies' closets, unless they are invited.
Donald Hollinger: How do you invited pants to a closet?
Ann Marie: Simple; "Dear pants, the pleasure of your company is requested in my closet."

"That Girl: The Good Skate (#2.2)" (1967)
[Donald joins Ann in a commercial shoot]
Ann Marie: Twinkie is the drinkie for young people on the move.
Donald Hollinger: If you dig action, you'll love Twinkie... and you'll be in the groove.

"That Girl: The Beard (#2.28)" (1968)
Donald Hollinger: Do you really mean it?
Ann Marie: No. Dramatic exit lines run in the family.

"That Girl: If You Were Almost the Only Man in the World (#2.26)" (1968)
Ann Marie: Daddy, this is Dr. Rex Kennedy
Lew Marie: I don't believe it.
Donald Hollinger: [as Dr. Kennedy] Would you like to see my caduceus?
Lew Marie: Would you like a punch in the mouth?
Ann Marie: Daddy!
Lew Marie: [to Ann] I suppose you've already seen it!

"That Girl: Christmas and the Hard-Luck Kid (#1.16)" (1966)
Donald 'Don' Hollinger: If you don't really know her, why did she buy you a present?
Ann Marie: Well, her son's a friend of mine.
Donald 'Don' Hollinger: Yes, she told me that.
Ann Marie: Did she also tell you about the time I almost ruined his Christmas?
Donald 'Don' Hollinger: Why? You tell him there was no Santa Claus?
Ann Marie: There's no what...?

"That Girl: Kiss That Girl Goodbye (#4.11)" (1969)
[first lines]
Donald Hollinger: [while eating dinner] You want some more? I'm full.
Ann Marie: Oh, I couldn't. Well, maybe just a smidge.
[She helps herself to a large serving]
Donald Hollinger: How can a girl look like Audrey Hepburn and eat like Jackie Gleason?

"That Girl: The Earrings (#3.17)" (1969)
Ann Marie: No matter what mood I'm in, I always very carefully pick up my clothes and put them in my closet. That's my natural habitat.
Donald Hollinger: Habitat? Habitat is where you live.
Ann Marie: So, where I hang my clothes is where I live.

"That Girl: Paper Hats & Everything (#1.22)" (1967)
Party Guests: [Ann and her father walk in the door, turn on the lights] Surprise!
[Party guests throw confetti & streamers, blow party horns]
Ann Marie: [Ann is so touched by her surprise party, she's crying. Hugs Donald] Oh, paper hats and everything.
Lou Marie: Take this honey, you'll shrink his coat.
[Hands Ann a handkerchief, she laughs]
Ann Marie: Thank you Daddy.
Judy Bessemer: Are you really surprised?
Ann Marie: Yes, I really am. Oh, Paul thank you!
[Hugs Paul and kisses him on the cheek]
Paul: Mr. Benedict will be here later.
Ann Marie: Oh, good. Leon!
[Hugs Leon]
Ann Marie: Thank you.
Dr. Leon Bessemer: Don't thank me, thank Alfred Merguson, he came early.
[They laugh]
Dr. Leon Bessemer: [Leon is an obstetrician, and was delivering a baby at a hospital earlier]
Ann Marie: Patti!
[Hugs Patti]
Ann Marie: I thought you were going to be away.
Patti: For you and free food, I came back.
Ann Marie: Thank you. Judy!
[Hugs Judy]
Judy Bessemer: Ann!
Ann Marie: How did you keep a secret?
Judy Bessemer: I didn't plan it 'til after you left.
[They laugh]
Ann Marie: [Hugs another person who just came in] Thank you! Who are you?
Marvin: I'm Marvin Cronefeld, the cab driver.
[to Mr. Marie]
Marvin: Where's my money?
Lou Marie: Here's five, keep the change.
Judy Bessemer: Have a salomi sandwich.
[Hands him a sandwich]
Patti: And here's a cornbeef!
[Hands him another sandwich]
Dr. Leon Bessemer: Take two.
Paul: You'll need something to drink, you've got to have something to drink.
[Hands him a bottle of soda]
Marvin: Just a plain night. Boy, what must go on here on New Year's Eve.
[Party guests blow their party horns at him, he leaves]
Donald 'Don' Hollinger: [Ann is still crying] Hey come on, you're the birthday girl, you should be laughing.
[Hugs Ann]
Ann Marie: I am, this is wet laughing.

"That Girl: Beware of Actors Bearing Gifts (#1.15)" (1966)
Ann Marie: Mr. Benedict, I'm a little confused about how my character should be played.
Jules Benedict: [deliberately] Much, much, better.