Tea and Sympathy (1956)
Tom Lee: When I was a kid here in this school, I've had my problems too. I used to sit in my room and listen to phonograph records hour after hour. I had a place where I used to go and cry my eyes out.
Laura Reynolds: Oh, Bill.
Tom Lee: But I've got over it, Laura. I learned how to take it. Now when the headmaster's wife gave you that silver teapot, she told you what she tells all of the other master's wives that you've got to be an interested bystander.
Laura Reynolds: Yes, yes, I know.
Tom Lee: Just as she says, Laura. All you're supposed to do is once in a while give the boys a little tea...
- tea and sympathy.
Tom Lee: [laughs] You remember that?
Laura Reynolds: I remember.
Laura Reynolds: Manliness is not all swagger and mountain climbing. It's also tenderness.
Tom Lee: Ever since then, I've been a sucker for girls in polo coats.
Laura Reynolds: I think I have one...
Tom Lee: Yes, I know.
Laura Reynolds: Years from now when you talk about this - and you will - be kind.