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The Female Animal (1958) was a Drama Film directed by Harry Keller and produced by Albert Zugsmith.

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Lily Frayne: [Lily Frayne and her date, Pepe, are at the restaurant bar; Pepe looks troubled as he examines a bracelet on his wrist] I don't know why you're objecting to that slave bracelet. I buy one for all my friends. I used to wear two or three of them myself around my ankle in the old days. Everybody wears them.
Pepe, Lily's Gigolo: Mon cher, please, I'm bored hearing about "The Stone Age."
Lily Frayne: [shakes her diamond-covered hand at Pepe] That's where these rocks came from, lover, and don't forget it.
[turns to Bartender]
Lily Frayne: Darling, give Lily a shot for her bronchitis.
Bartender: Of course, Miss Frayne.
Lily Frayne: It's the sea air. I don't know why I live here.
Bartender: I thought you liked the beach.
Lily Frayne: Oh, I do, darling, I do.
[glances at Pepe]
Lily Frayne: But it's so boring. Nothing to do night or day but go to bed.
Bartender: Why don't you make another picture, Miss Frayne? I thought you were great in "Salammbô."
Lily Frayne: Lubitsch did, too, darling. Lubitsch did, too. We were giants in those days. Now you could put the whole bunch under a card table and nobody'd muss a hair.
[glances at Pepe]
Lily Frayne: Did you ever see me in "Salammbô," darling?
Pepe, Lily's Gigolo: Sorry, I wasn't born then.
Lily Frayne: [angry] Well, I was only eleven myself! They called me "Little Lily Frayne." I was the first child star ever to be chased around a desk.

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This marks the final film appearance of actress Hedy Lamarr.
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