The Naked Kiss (1964)
Kelly: I saw a broken down piece of machinery. Nothing but the buck, the bed and the bottle for the rest of my life. That's what I saw.
Capt. Griff: [Interested in the champagne that Kelly is selling] "Angel Foam"... Never heard of it.
Kelly: It's an exclusive line I'm introducing in this state.
Capt. Griff: Domestic, or... imported?
Kelly: Angel Foam goes down like liquid gold, and it comes up like slow dynamite... For the man of taste.
Buff: [Referring to the offer to work at Candy's club as a prostitute, which Kelly seeks to talk her out of] Friend said I could make 300 dollars a week.
Kelly: All right, go ahead. You know what's different about the first night? Nothing. Nothing... except it lasts forever, that's all. You'll be sleeping on the skin of a nightmare for the rest of your life. Oh, you're a beautiful girl, Buff. Young... Oh, they'll outbid each other for you. You'll get clothes, compliments, cash... And you'll meet men *you* live on... and men who live on you. And those are the only men you'll meet. And, after a steady grind of making EVERY john feel at home, you'll become a block of ice. If you do happen to melt a little, you'll get slipped a tip behind Candy's back. You'll be every man's wife-in-law, and no man's wife. Why, your world with Candy will become so warped that you'll hate all men. And you'll hate yourself! Because you'll become a social problem, a medical problem, a MENTAL problem!... And a despicable failure as a woman.
Mac, Head Nurse: [Referring to Kelly, who, in spite of her shady background, has quickly landed a job at the local children's hospital] She came out of the clouds one night, without a single reference. I hired her on the spot.
Capt. Griff: [Suspiciously] I thought orthopedics called for specialized training?
Mac, Head Nurse: Oh, it does! Some people are born to write books, symphonies; paint pictures, build bridges. But Kelly... She was born to handle children with crutches and babies in braces.
Capt. Griff: [Still not convinced] Sounds like one of those sweet Florence Nightingales.
Mac, Head Nurse: Not Kelly, she's tough! Runs her ward like a pirate ship! She makes Captain Bligh look like a sissy.
J.L. Grant: Now you know why I can never marry a normal woman. That's why I love you. You understand my sickness. You been conditioned to people like me. You live in my world, and it will be an EXCITING world!
J.L. Grant: [Now on his knees] My darling... our marriage... will be a paradise... because we're BOTH abnormal.