Once Is Not Enough (1975)
January: [January contemplates renting her own apartment] I wouldn't ask Mike for the money. I have none of my own.
Linda Riggs: You'll work for Linda Riggs and Gloss magazine. With the circles you're traveling in, honey, you're an asset.
January: Linda, I can't write!
Linda Riggs: Neither can I! All you do is research. We have an entire staff of underpaid schmucks who do the writing. Oh, my dear, it's so lucky for you you've fallen into my hands. I'll teach you everything: writing, screwing, everything! Do you know what a man said to me last night? He said, "Linda, you have a ten fingers like a mouth and a mouth like ten fingers!" Now, you couldn't ask for a better reference than that, could you?
Linda Riggs: Listen, if you don't appreciate rock, I've got plenty of others. Mood stuff.
[flips through record collection]
Linda Riggs: How's this? "Music To Get It Up By".
Karla: Incidentally, Dee, the leading men in my pictures would say to me, "You are so beautiful when you are angry!"
[approaches Dee to embrace her from behind]
Karla: I'm sorry I can't say the same for you.
Tom Colt: [talking about January's feelings for her father] I've always had a hunch I was just a replacement.