Romance on the High Seas (1948)
Doris Day: Georgia Garrett
Dudley : Oh! How do you do, Miss Garrett?
Georgia Garrett : Greetings, chum!
Dudley : My, we haven't seen you, let's see now, since you didn't go to Switzerland.
Georgia Garrett : Yeah, I got a big kick out of planning that trip. What looks good this time of year?
Dudley : How about the Canadian Rockies?
Georgia Garrett : Canadian Rockies? Don't you remember? I already haven't been there!
Oscar Farrar : Incidentally, I picked up your last two paychecks. It was barely enough to pay for my plane ticket down here. Didn't even leave me enough to buy you a present! I feel like a cad.
Georgia Garrett : You crook. You can go to jail for that.
Oscar Farrar : Marry me and you won't have to testify against me.
Oscar Farrar : I guess I'll just have to bury myself in my work.
Georgia Garrett : Is that your Brooklyn Rhapsody?
Oscar Farrar : Who said anything about Brooklyn? It's now called the Caribbean Rhapsody. I'm very adaptable.
Georgia Garrett : Have you finished it yet?
Oscar Farrar : I don't want to finish it. People will like it. They'll make a big fuss over me, I'll have no time for myself, I'll be the toast of the town, and then what happens to that sweet boy you and I both love?
Georgia Garrett : Aren't you being modest? I have confidence in you, Oscar.
Oscar Farrar : Everybody has confidence in me. That's my trouble. In high school I was voted the boy most likely to succeed. In college they said I had a brilliant future.
Oscar Farrar : I wonder whatever became of me.
Georgia Garrett : I'm in love, I'm in love, I'm in love, I'm in love, I'm in love with you.
Georgia Garrett : Its you or no one for me. Baby you're the one for me.
Ship's doctor : Let me see your tongue.
[he bends over; we hear hs spine crack and he grabs his back]
Ship's doctor : Ow!
Georgia Garrett : What's the matter?
Ship's doctor : Well, I get dizzy when I bend. I must be coming down with something.
Georgia Garrett : Awww.
Ship's doctor : Thank you very much, yes. May I feel your pulse?
[she offers her wrist; he offers his to her]
Ship's doctor : You might as well feel mine, if you'd be so kind. Thank you.
Ship's doctor : Yes, your pulse is normal.
Georgia Garrett : Yours is fast!
Ship's doctor : I was sure of it!
Georgia Garrett : Oh, by the way, Mrs. Kent. I know it's none of my business, but have you got anything on your husband?
Elvira Kent : I'm afraid his conduct has been impeccable.
Georgia Garrett : Oh, caught him with the goods, huh?
Elvira Kent : No, that means he's been behaving himself.
Georgia Garrett : Oh, too bad. Well, maybe he'll do something unimpeccable before I come back.
Peter Virgil : Can you explain to me why that man was in your cabin kissing you?
Georgia Garrett : No.
Peter Virgil : Well?
Georgia Garrett : Well, can you explain why you were watching my cabin?
Peter Virgil : No.
Georgia Garrett : Well?
Peter Virgil : Well, maybe...
Georgia Garrett : Maybe what?
Peter Virgil : Well, maybe I'm narrow minded. But I don't like married women who play around with other men.
Georgia Garrett : Would you feel different if the other man was you?
Peter Virgil : That's beside the point.
Georgia Garrett : It is, is it?
Peter Virgil : Yes, it is. Everything they've ever said about women like you on boats like this with men like me certainly turns out to be true. Or don't you follow me?
Georgia Garrett : I've wanted to, Peter, anywhere, anytime.