Don Juan (1926)
Don Juan de Marana: If her face matches her feet-God help us both!
Don Jose de Marana: I find I have left unguarded, the thing I valued most.
Don Jose de Marana: Snivel, you lying, wretch - you betrayer of men and the honor of men!
Don Jose de Marana: Yonder goes your mother - and with her goes my faith in women!
Don Jose de Marana: My three-fold debt to woman is now complete - life - disillusionment - death!
Don Jose de Marana: This is my legacy to you - beware of giving your love to women. Go out into the world and take their love when it pleases you - - smile - - and forget!
Cesare Borgia: Ah, he is the one they call the great lover!
Count Giano Donati: The great forgetful lover!
Lucrezia Borgia: There might be one he could not forget.
Count Giano Donati: Only your illustrious highness would dare such a challenge.
Don Juan de Marana: Is there a woman on earth who knows just when to leave?
Lucrezia Borgia: A little flat, perhaps, but you'll console yourself with the ample figure of her father's fortune - marry her by all means, Giano.
Cesare Borgia: While the mistress waits - our Spaniard dallies with the maid.
Don Juan de Marana: May a simple Spaniard pay his respects to the illustrious flower of Europe? Your beauty was known to me in Seville, Madonna.
Don Juan de Marana: To your devastating charm! Let your lips perfume the wine.
Cesare Borgia: We Borgia approve of cleverness in our friends - we have no clever enemies!
Cesare Borgia: This Spaniard, sweet sister, is yours to win - or mine to slay!
Don Juan de Marana: My soul has been asleep - you have awakened it - You have given me a new faith - faith in the goodness of women - teach me - help - me - so that I may never lose that faith again!
Lucrezia Borgia: Your freedom shall be a gift from me - if you are capable of appreciating it.
Don Juan de Marana: I prefer the scaffold, Madame - it is less dangerous.