The V.I.P.s (1963)
The Duchess of Brighton: 200 pounds a day. I can keep my home now.
Sanders: Your plane, your grace.
The Duchess of Brighton: Tell it it can go without me.
Paul Andros: Pay no attention. Drunks cry very easily. It's only the whiskey.
Max Buda: [they are playing cards, watched by a reporter] Not that one. *That* one!
Gloria Gritti: How do you know what is in my hand?
Max Buda: Because I know what is in your head.
Gloria Gritti: So, I have nothing in my head.
Max Buda: [to the reporter] Don't quote that.
The Duchess of Brighton: [waiting for the plane to take off] I have two enormous pills to steady me down and the two pep-pills I took this morning - the pep-up pills. I'm flying already!
Frances Andros: I love you for what you are. Not what you think you are.
Marc Champselle: "No" is not a word that I recognise.
Frances Andros: You've recognised it for the past three months.
The Duchess of Brighton: what a ridiculous form of locomotion flying is. They tie you to your chair and tell you you're going, then they make scarifying noises with their engines, then they untie you and tell you're not going at all. Can you imagine the Queen Mary behaving like that?
Frances Andros: I know it is foolishly sentimental to want to sit next to the man that you are eloping with.
Frances Andros: For most of those thirteen years I've loved him. But I don't know him.
Marc Champselle: You? Why should you be scared of him?
Frances Andros: As a child I was scared of the dark.
Frances Andros: You so much want looking after. And I so much want to look after you.
Frances Andros: That is what I love you for. That I can make fun of you.