Show Boat (1951)
Cap'n Andy Hawks: It's Saturday night again!
[He slaps Parthy affectionately on her rear end]
Parthy: Oh! It's Wednesday night and don't you strike me!
Cap'n Andy Hawks: It's Saturday night forever!
Parthy: Yes, and Fourth of July... and Christmas... and
[imitating Cap'n Andy when he celebrates New Year's Eve]
Parthy: Hap - - -py New Year!
Trocadero Stage Assistant: [referring to Julie] What's the matter with her?
Jake Green: [holding up an empty glass of whiskey] Ehhh...
Trocadero Stage Assistant: She startin' in on a bust again?
Jake Green: She better not. These fool one-man gals! Their fella walks out on them and they gotta tear themselves apart till they hit bottom. And I gotta suffer for it.
Gaylord Ravenal: [borrowing Magnolia's jewels so that he can pawn them] Don't worry darling, it's only temporary. I'll get them back for you.
Magnolia: Everything can be temporary - -except us.
Cap'n Andy Hawks: (hearing of Magnolia's engagement to Ravenal) Son, I hope it's not Saturday night one minute, with a cold Monday morning to follow. Whatever happens, Nollie, always remember to smile.
Magnolia: [to Gaylord Ravenal] I know there's no other woman... no flesh-and-blood woman. But I can't fight this Lady Luck of yours, this fancy queen in her green felt dress.
Steve: [about Pete] There's still not enough room on this boat for the two of us!
Julie: Where to, Sir Lancelot?
Steve: Gonna get a cup of coffee.
Julie: Gonna be a good boy?
Steve: Sure, if that's what you want.
Drunken sport: [on hearing Magnolia try to sing at the Trocadero] Take her back to the river... hee, hee, hee!
Julie: Mister... if you ever get to see Nollie, not get together with her I mean, but- if you ever do get to talk to her, don't ever tell her you saw me; I mean, don't ever tell her you saw me like this.
Magnolia: Julie, nothing's changed.
Julie: [embracing Magnolia] Oh Nollie, Nollie, always true! Stay happy now.
Magnolia: How are your others?
Gaylord Ravenal: Huh? What's that, honey?
Magnolia: Your other bets! Yesterday's and last night's and all those "one last round before we break it up" bets! Were they just as good?
Joe: [brushing Pete's clothes off immediately after his fistfight with Steve] Please, Mister Pete, don't go gettin' yourself all riled up over things. Besides, Mister Steve and Miss Julie, they gotta play performances here.
Pete: Yeah? Well I know a thing or two; we'll see how many performances they play in this town!