“Barefoot in the Park” quotes(1967)
Plot – After their honeymoon, Paul and Corie Bratter move into their new home, which Paul hates and Corie loves. One of their neighbors, Victor Velasco, immediately befriends Corie. She then decides to organize for Velasco to meet her mother, Ethel Banks, thinking to lift the depressed woman's spirits. The four dine out and while Velasco offers to take Mrs Banks home, Corie argues with Paul because he is too serious. The morning after, the Bratters have to deal with an expected situation: Corie's mother has spent the night at Velasco's place, but both the woman and Velasco swear to their honest behavior and affected by the dinner misbehavior they decide to spend more time together. Corie is surprised at the way things between her mother and Velasco are going, the same reaction Mrs Banks has when she learns that her daughter wants to divorce Paul. She then persuades Corie that her behavior is not proper for a wife. As a result Corie goes out to meet her husband and she finds him walking drunk barefoot in the park. It is a fast reconciliation because the newlyweds have learned to understand each other better.
All actors – Robert Redford, Jane Fonda, Charles Boyer, Mildred Natwick, Herb Edelman, Mabel Albertson, Fritz Feld, James Stone, Ted Hartley, Billie Bird, Paul E. Burns, John Indrisano, Doris Robertsshow all
“Barefoot in the Park” Quotes 9 quotes
“I had to park the car three blocks away. Then it started to rain so I ran the last two blocks. Then my heel got caught in a subway grating. When I pulled my foot out, I stepped in a puddle. Then a cab went by and splashed my stockings. If the hardware store downstairs was open, I was going to buy a knife and kill myself.”
“You don't just dive into a black salad. You have to play with it first!”
“- Corie Bratter: My divorce! When do I get my divorce?
- Paul Bratter: How should I know? The marriage license hasn't even come in yet!”
“Make him feel important. If you do that, you'll have a happy and wonderful marriage... like two out of every ten couples.”
“- Corie Bratter: You could travel.
- Ethel Banks: Oh, travel. Alone. I read a story in the times. A middle-aged woman travelling alone fell off the deck of a ship. They never even discovered it 'til they got to France.
- Corie Bratter: Mother, I promise you, if you ever fell off the deck of a ship, someone would know about it.”
“My name's Harry Pepper if you ever have any trouble with line, do me a favor, don't ask for Harry Pepper.”
“- Corie Bratter: You're almost nearly perfect!
- Paul Bratter: That's a rotten thing to say!”