Something Wild (1961)
Mary Ann Robinson: Why do you want me to stay?
Mike: You're my last chance.
Mary Ann Robinson: I'm what?
Mike: I said, you're my last chance.
Mary Ann Robinson: What's happened has happened, Mother.
Mrs. Gates: Mrs. Carter phoned. She wanted to know how you felt. I told her you were a little peaked, that's all. Anybody who calls, I tell 'em you're just a little bit down.
[raises window blind, looks outside]
Mrs. Gates: She said some more of those dirty people had moved in the next block. Honestly, I don't know what's going to happen to this neighborhood!
Mary Ann Robinson: Everyone is dirty!
Mrs. Gates: Eat some more! How can you expect to get well? I didn't mean to hurt anybody. Honestly, you can't even go out on the streets alone at night.
Mary Ann Robinson: [coldly] Why? What could happen?
Mike: Why don't you stay here?
Mary Ann Robinson: I have to go to work tomorrow.
Mike: How much do you make at the Five and Ten?
Mary Ann Robinson: Enough for me. Let me go now.
Mike: Well, I'll pay you whatever you make at the Five and Ten and you can stay here. It won't cost you anything.
Mary Ann Robinson: [yelling] Why do you want me to stay here?
Mike: If it weren't for me you'd be at the bottom of the river!
Mike: You can't complain.
Mike: You're getting thinner all the time. You look like a ghost.
Mary Ann Robinson: If I went out sometimes I'd be less pale.
Mike: Sometimes I think you're hopeless.