“The Lady Eve” quotes(1941)
Plot – The son of an American millionaire is fascinated by a girl he has met by chance. The girl is the daughter of a famous cheater and she lures him easily. When she falls in love with him, she wants to confess her real intentions but the guy humiliates her and breaks their relationship. The woman then meditates revenge. After a few months, she meets the guy's family and she pretends she's an English aristocrat. The guy doesn't recognize her and proposes. After the wedding the woman reveals her past. The guy wants to divorce and provokes a scandal, but finally everything is cleared, true feelings prevail and the two begin a happy honeymoon.
All actors – Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Fonda, Charles Coburn, Eugene Pallette, William Demarest, Eric Blore, Melville Cooper, Martha O'Driscoll, Janet Beecher, Robert Greig, Dora Clement, Luis Alberni, Abdullah Abbas, Norman Ainsley, Mary Akin, Sam Ash, Harry A. Bailey, Bobby Barber, Ambrose Barker, Wilson Benge, Wilda Bennett, Evelyn Beresford, Al Bridge, Jan Buckingham, Ken Carpenter, Marcelle Christopher, Jimmy Conlin, Georgie Cooper, Nell Craig, Madge Crane, Eva Dennison, Harry Depp, Helen Dickson, Pauline Drake, Robert Dudley, Franklyn Farnum, Betty Farrington, Bess Flowers, Ray Flynn, Almeda Fowler, Kenneth Gibson, Alfred Hall, Eddie Hall, Sam Harris, John Hartley, Arthur Hoyt, Arthur Stuart Hull, Mitchell Ingraham, Sheldon Jett, Jack W. Johnston, Richard Kipling, Bertram Marburgh, Wanda McKay, George Melford, Torben Meyer, Esther Michelson, Harold Miller, Frank Moran, Ella Neal, Joseph North, Ernesto Palmese, Barbara Pepper, Jean Phillips, Victor Potel, Frances Raymond, Jack Richardson, Suzanne Ridgeway, Cyril Ring, Ronald R. Rondell, Harry Rosenthal, Reginald Sheffield, Bert Stevens, Julius Tannen, Dorothy Vernon, Wally Walker, Robert Warwick, Pat West, Gayne Whitmanshow all
“The Lady Eve” Quotes 12 quotes
“You have a right to have an ideal. Oh, I guess we all have one.”
“Don't you think it a little bit dangerous? I don't mean for us, I mean for your heart. They're apt to be slightly narrow-minded, the righteous people.”
“A girl of sixteen's practically an idiot anyway, so I can't very well blame you for something that was practically done by somebody else.”
“I'm terribly in love, and you seem to be too, so one of us has to think and try and keep things clear. And maybe I can do that better than you can. They say a moonlit deck is a woman's business office.”
“What I'm trying to say is - only I'm not a poet, I'm an ophiologist - I've always loved you. I've never loved anyone but you. I know that sounds dull as a drugstore novel, and what I see inside I'll never be able to cast into words, but that's what I mean. I wish we were married and on our honeymoon now.”
“- Charles: Are you an adventuress?
- Jean: Of course I am. All women are. They have to be. If you waited for a man to propose to you from natural causes, you'd die of old maidenhood.”