Easter Parade (1948)
Judy Garland: Hannah Brown
Hannah Brown : Was I too terrible?
Don Hewes : No. No.
Hannah Brown : I've never really danced before.
Don Hewes : You're going to be fine.
Hannah Brown : Mr. Hewes, Mr. Hewes... You know you don't have to go on with this.
Don Hewes : Now look...
Hannah Brown : No, I mean it. You're the most wonderful dancer I've ever seen. You could get anyone to dance with you. You could get the very best.
Don Hewes : I don't want the very best. I want you.
Mike the Bartender : What are you doing here by yourself?
Hannah Brown : Oh, I don't know. I just wanted to get away for awhile.
Mike the Bartender : Sure. Well, if there's anything I can do, breaking one's neck or anything like that, just say the word.
Hannah Brown : No thanks, Mike. There isn't anything anyone can do.
Mike the Bartender : Ah, don't say that. No man is that important. Plenty of fish left in the sea. You know it's always darkest just...
Hannah Brown : Oh, Mike. I don't think you have a motto for my kind of problem.
Jonathan Harrow III : He seems under the impression that you aren't too fond of him.
Hannah Brown : But I am! Terribly!
Jonathan Harrow III : Well, I'm afraid it's a little late.
Hannah Brown : A little late? Little late? Well, that can't be! What'll I do?
Jonathan Harrow III : Well, if I loved someone, I'd find a way to let them know it.
Hannah Brown : Well, it's different with a man.
Jonathan Harrow III : Why?
Hannah Brown : I don't know. It just is, that's all. It's easier.