A Place in the Sun (1951)
George Eastman: I love you. I've loved you since the first moment I saw you. I guess maybe I've even loved you before I saw you.
Prisoner in George's cell block: [Lat Lines]
[Said to George as he walks to the electric chair]
Prisoner in George's cell block: Good-bye, George. I'll be seeing you.
Angela: Goodbye, George.
[half-turns away and then looks back]
Angela: Seems like we always spend the best part of our time just saying goodbye.
Angela: [George kisses Angela] Angela: Every time you leave me for a minute, it's like goodbye. I like to believe it means you can't live without me.
Charles Eastman: If he's innocent, I'll get the best defence I can get for him. If he *is* guilty, I won't spend a single cent to save him from the electric chair!
Angela: Men are so disgustingly prompt. I think they do it just to put us women in a bad light.
Angela: Did you promise to be a good boy? Not to waste your time on girls?
George Eastman: I don't waste my time.