Rome Adventure (1962)
Daisy Bronson: The first time a good-looking Italian man pinched my bottom, I said, "This is for me!"
Lyda Kent: I simply want Bentley to think I'm a tramp - and go home.
Don Porter: You mean, we'll never met again?
Lyda Kent: There's never any never. Kiss me.
Prudence Bell: I'm going to where they really know what love's about. To Italy. Arrivederci Briarcroft.
Roberto Orlandi: I'm always amazed that a few meters of chiffon, when filled by a lovely body like yours, becomes as if by magic, alive. Now, that's beautiful.
Albert Stillwell: Could I ask, just one more question? What was that Italian doing with your, eh, nightgown? Trying to get - fresh?
Prudence Bell: Oh, no. He was just wondering how my body would look in it.
Prudence Bell: Oh, but you're not suggesting we play baseball. You're suggesting we make love.
Al Hirt: Hey you, come here. I picked up this chick in Capri. Dig that figure. Too much, ain't she? Show 'em, baby. Isn't that nutty? Look at that - figure.
Prudence Bell: Where do we go from here?
Don Porter: How would you like to ride my Vespa to the top of the world?
Don Porter: You tell me how close I have to get, before it starts tickling.
Prudence Bell: Alright. I'll try.
Don Porter: Tickle yet?
Prudence Bell: Not yet.
Don Porter: Now?
Prudence Bell: Almost.
Don Porter: Now?
Prudence Bell: Oh, yes, now!
Prudence Bell: Brazen hussy. You see how she leaped out for him? Couldn't even wait, poor thing. Oh, look there's a real heartbreaker. Look. He's going after two of those little, lonely girls. He's going to take them, one after another. Ha-ha. Look. They jumped out to meet him.
Prudence Bell: Where to now, my lord and master?
Don Porter: When the rain stops, I shall show you Verona.
Prudence Bell: Oh, Romeo and Julietsville.
Albert Stillwell: Excuse me, but I can tell you are an American from behind.
Lyda Kent: When you want love music, what do you ask for, Prudence?
Lyda Kent: Have you ever made love to The Stars and Stripes Forever?
Albert Stillwell: No, I can't say I have.
Lyda Kent: You haven't lived.