The Parent Trap (1961)
Maureen O'Hara: Maggie McKendrick
Mitch Evers : Ah Maggie, you're so beautiful.
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : [to brush it off] Ah...
Mitch Evers : No I mean it! I know I don't say things like you want to hear, but I've been thinking a lot about you, and us, and the way things used to be... this might sound funny to you but you know what I've missed most of all?
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Mitch?
Mitch Evers : What?
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : You've got stew all over you.
Mitch Evers : I don't care.
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Go and wash it off.
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : What do you miss?
Mitch Evers : Well, I don't care if it does sound silly; I miss those wet stockings you used to have hanging around the bathroom, and I miss my razor being dull because you used it to shave your legs with. And I miss the hairpins mixed up with the fish hooks in my tackle box... it's no fun having a clothes closet all to myself. And it's no fun swearing because you're not around to make believe you're shocked by it. Well, nothing's any good without you Maggie, I miss a lot of things... I guess I just miss you!
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Why did you take so long to tell me?
Mitch Evers : I don't know... Well because, cause I guess I was hoping that you'd come back sometime. Maggie, I've been the prize chump of the world. We've both been. We're going to grow into a couple of old lonely people if we don't do something about it.
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : I know.
Mitch Evers : You don't want that, do you?
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : No Mitch.
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Oh Mitch, it's been so long... so very long.
Mitch Evers : Don't cry. Listen, you can slug me in the eye anytime you want.
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Oh darn!
Mitch Evers : What's the matter?
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Well, I've got a wet dishcloth on and I put some knots in it. Open it for me!
Mitch Evers : Maggie, as long as everybody's apologizing, I think maybe I better do mine too. I mean about the other night, well, I didn't mean for it to sound like uh... I guess I'm not very good with the compliments what growing up out here with the cows...
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Oh now, don't give me that old "growing up with the cows routine"! You handed me that years ago!
Mitch Evers : I did not!
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : You certainly did!
Mitch Evers : Well it worked didn't it? You liked it!
Mitch Evers : Would you mind putting on something decent?
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : I'm dressed perfectly decent.
Mitch Evers : Yeah, running around in my bathrobe. The priest could come in here any minute, it looks like we just...
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Like we what?
Mitch Evers : Just go upstairs and put on some clothes!
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Don't you take that tone with me Mitch. I lambed you once!
[she tries to make a childish fist but it gets wrapped under her robe sleeve, so she pulls the sleeve down]
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Now stand back.
Mitch Evers : Oh Maggie, come on...
[he tries to grab her arm from behind but she elbows him instead and instinctively punches him in the eye]
Mitch Evers : Ow!
[covers his eye]
Mitch Evers : Why do you have to get so physical?
[mopes over to the couch and lies down]
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Oh, stop being such a big baby. Let me take a look at it.
[tries to look at his eye but he childishly won't let her]
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : You're acting worst than the twins.
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Oh yes! Don't say anything about that dear, sweet, precious Vicky! That plus-faced child bride and her electric hips!
Mitch Evers : That's the last time I'm going to take a woman to the mountains; that's all I've got to say.
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Oh, ah... Where is, um... um, what's her name?
Mitch Evers : Vicki?
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick : Yeah, yeah. Vicki.
Mitch Evers : Yeah, yeah... Well... she took off like a pelican and she's probably at Park Avenue and 57th Street by now, and good luck to her.