The Concorde... Airport '79 (1979)
Isabelle: You pilots are such... men.
Capt. Joe Patroni: They don't call it the cockpit for nothing, honey.
Peter O'Neill: Last night I woke up in a cold sweat, I dreamt I was being chased by a giant banana.
Boisie: [to Gretchen] You're like a fine wine, you get better with age, and you're gonna make those Russians drunk.
Alicia Rogov: I want to show the whole world that you don't need to be 15 and have the figure of boy to win a gold medal.
Capt. Joe Patroni: Gee, I remember this Eurasian gal. She had these great big blue eyes. They called her the tarantula. You ever run into her?
Capt. Paul Metrand: No, I don't think so.
Capt. Joe Patroni: You'd remember if you did. She was a real ball breaker!
Capt. Joe Patroni: She's his fourth wife. He always was a horny bastard. There's this story that back in the 20's when he was barnstorming he made a bet that he could put it to this good lookin' wing walker. He boffed her right out on the wing a thousand miles above El Paso. His ass got so sunburned he couldn't sit down a week!
Capt. Joe Patroni: [to Isabelle] Wait a minute! That perfume of yours smells awfully familiar.
[Patroni gives a funny look to Metrand. He and Isabelle are surprised that Patroni figures out they are involved]
Isabelle: [to Metrand; angry tone] Je te remercie! On peut avoir confiance en toi!
[subtitle translation: Thanks a lot! You can have confidence in you!]
Capt. Joe Patroni: What did she say?
Capt. Paul Metrand: Probably the same as you say in English.
Capt. Joe Patroni: I've flown just about every type of aircraft through three wars and forty pounds. Only thing I'm afraid of is heights. Are you afraid of anything, Metrand?
Capt. Paul Metrand: American pilots.
Capt. Joe Patroni: Goddamnn! He fired one! Missiles at five o'clock! Those missiles have a narrow seeking angle, no more than thirty degrees. If we make enough violent maneuvers we may be able to cause a fly-by. Son of a bitch!
Capt. Joe Patroni: I'd love to see what my horoscope said this morning.