The Wild Party (1975)
Raquel Welch: Queenie
Queenie : He was the first guy who was interested in what I thought. Which is more than you are, Mr. Morrison.
Queenie : I remember this one photo I took, in a dress with clusters of lemons on the skirt and this great big feather hat. I must have sent that photo to every director and producer in this town. I waited by the phone for days. Nothing ever happened.
Queenie : [singing] Singapore Sally lived in an alley / Down by Maleno Bay/ The story of her life, her trouble and her strife / She happened to tell me one day... / Sing... sing... Singapore Sally, life gave her quite a shove. / Sing... sing... Singapore Sally, she was waiting for her long lost love!
[Dale is leading Queenie out to the garden to dance, James catches Queenie and pulls her aside]
Dale Sword : For God's sakes, Queenie, you're asking for trouble, don't you know that?
Queenie : [She places her finger on his mouth] Oh hush, honey, Queenie knows what she's doing.
Dale Sword : She's got my name in her little book for this dance, old man. You can have the next one.
James Morrison : I just want to talk to her.
Dale Sword : My God, look at the glint in his eye! En garde, monsieur! En garde!
Queenie : Now get outta here, Romeo, I gotta put on my diamonds!
Jackie : [as Queenie makes a belated entrance] Hey Queenie, I haven't seen your beautiful face all night. Where have you been hiding?
Queenie : [shrugs]
Jackie : How about doing a little number for us, Queenie?
Queenie : Nah, Jackie, I ain't danced in years. You know that!
Phil D'Armano : Hey, Queenie, how about "Singapore Sally?" Me and Oskie know it!
Madeline True : [as the crowd erupts into encouragement] Jackie! Make her do it, Jackie!
Jackie : Come on Queenie! You're beautiful, come on!
Queenie : I'm a little rusty, but Singapore Sally it is.
[Jackie takes her drink, two men in front of Queenie kneel down and Queenie uses them as a footstool to climb onto the piano]