Rita Hayworth quotes
“- Mrs. Elsa 'Rosalie' Bannister: I was taught to think about love in Chinese.
- Michael O'Hara: The way a Frenchman thinks about laughter in French?
- Mrs. Elsa 'Rosalie' Bannister: The Chinese say, it is difficult for love to last long; therefore, one who loves passionately is cured of love - in the end.
- Michael O'Hara: Well, that's a hard...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Human nature is eternal; therefore, one who follows his nature, keeps his original nature - in the end.”
“Boys have the darnedest way of growing up, Ballin. Almost when you're not looking.”
“- Maria: Carnival is the last three days preceding the Lent, which in Roman Catholic countries is given up to feasting and merrymaking. Then, come the fasting and the penance.
- Gilda: In other words, make hay while the sun shines.
- Maria: You have a strange language, little one.
- Gilda: Oh, I mean, three days of sowing wild oats, then comes...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Gilda: This vacuum I'm living in, mind giving me a reason?
- Johnny Farrell: Not at all. You've had such a full life up to now; I thought a little peace and quiet would do you good. Give you time to think!
- Gilda: Think about what?
- Johnny Farrell: Would it be too corny to say: your sins.
- Gilda: Yes, it would.
- Johnny Farrell: Well, I...” (continue)(continue reading)
“I always say there's something about Latin men. For one thing, they can dance. For another thing - what's your telephone number?”
“- Johnny Farrell: From now on, you go anywhere you please, with anyone you please. But, I'm gonna take you there and I'm gonna pick you up and bring you home. Get that? Exactly the way I'd - take and pick up his laundry.
- Gilda: Shame on you, Johnny. Any psychiatrist would tell you that your thought associations are very revealing.”
“They said that being married to Johnny Farrell was very like driving a car with no brakes.”
“I'll remember this night for a long time. When things don't seem so good, I'll remember Mr. Gibbons, and Mr. Engle... and you.”
“- Virginia Brush: She was right too.
- Biff Grimes: If a man can't get liberties here, where can he?”
“- Nina Barona: I'm a little better than you think, Mr. O'Brien.
- Bill O'Brien: That wouldn't be hard.”
“- Virginia Brush: If there's something in your eye, Amy, I'll help you get it out.
- Amy Lind: There's nothing in my eye, I just plain and simple winked at him that's all.”
“- Virginia Brush: Why can't you be nice to me once in a while?
- Hugo Barnstead: I've been thinking about it. Then I remember we're married, so why bother?”
“- Amy Lind: I'm proud of my uniform. It's a sign to the men that women not only have the same right to work as the men, but that in the eyes...
- Virginia Brush: Ooh hush, Amy. You're not at a suffragette meeting now!”