Three Coins in the Fountain (1954)
Woman at Cocktail Party: My husband declares that I was simply born to be a writer. He says if anyone just took a pencil and followed me around, they'd have a novel.
John Frederick Shadwell: My dear lady, I should be delighted to get behind you with a pencil.
Maria Williams: A pinch is a pinch in any man's language.
John Frederick Shadwell: Why can't women play the game properly? Everyone knows that in love affairs only the man has the right to lie.
John Frederick Shadwell: These girls in love never realize that they should be honestly dishonest instead of being dishonestly honest.
[Walking down a street in Rome, Maria gets a pinch from a fresh young Italian man]
Maria Williams: Anita, somebody pinched me.
Anita Hutchins: Don't look back. It's considered an encouragement. Just pretend you didn't notice.
Anita Hutchins: Are you kidding? I'll kick him right in his antipasto!
Miss Frances: You can't be as antisocial as you are and still expect people to know you're alive.
Miss Frances: Meeting Mama in Italy is the first step to the alter.
John Frederick Shadwell: Don't forget, I knew you when you were still running around in three-cornered pants.
Maria Williams: Hello. I'm Maria Williams. We met at the Burgoyne's, Mr. Shadwell, but I'm sure you don't remember me.
John Frederick Shadwell: You're quite wrong. I remember you very well. It's the party I've forgotten.
John Frederick Shadwell: Punctuality is the vice of virtuous women.