Lost Horizon (1973)
Chang: Miss Hughes! You are in the midst of life. Do not seek death; it will find you. But choose the road that makes death a fulfillment.
Sam Cornelius: Are you an American?
Sally Hughes: No, Mongolian.
Sam Cornelius: You'll have to teach me the language some time.
[considering possible reasons why their plane has been hijacked]
Sam Cornelius: For good measure, they've got two journalists and - by his own account - a famous comedian.
Harry Lovett: Very funny. But what about you, Cornelius? Maybe they want you? Who are you?
Sam Cornelius: I'm somebody flying in a strange plane with a lunatic pilot and I'm trying to find out why - that's who I am!
George Conway: You are more beautiful than the women of Thailand; more feminine than the women of France; more pliable than the women of Japan; more...
Maria: Stop, stop. I don't want to hear about all these other women. What I want to hear is that you won't leave me.
Harry Lovett: Well now, there you are. Here I am. And, where are we?
Harry Lovett: Get a load of the outfit. Have kimono, will travel.
George Conway: You know, in the outside world, you'd be a knock out! I bet people would fight to see you dance.
Chang: Like everyone else, you are on a pilgrimage thru life. By chance, part of your voyage of discovery, is here.
Chang: You who have written so much of better worlds, should think it a dream when you find one? Or, is it that you fail to recognize one of your own dreams when you see it?
Sally Hughes: Sally, Golden Girl. I was always taught dreams could come true. It's terrific to believe when you're a kid. A little more difficult later on when you're a little more difficult. All that passion and involvement. Men. Causes. I went around agonizing about man's inhumanity to man. I made a good living out of taking pictures of people with their heads blown off; so, that other people with their heads still on and usually under hairdryers could get a kick out of 'em before turning to the nearest recipe. One day it all made me sick. The dreams were over.
Catherine: You've always been a part of Shangri-la without knowing it. I'm certain there's a wish for Shangri-la in everyone's heart.