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Across the Pacific

Across the Pacific

Rick Leland: Hey, are you getting sick?
Alberta Marlow: I don't know. How do girls usually act when you kiss them?
Rick Leland: Well, they don't turn green.
Alberta Marlow: Then I'm sick. Get me out of here.


--Mary Astor (as Alberta Marlow) in Across the Pacific

Across the Pacific

Across the Pacific

Rick Leland: How are you doing, angel?
Alberta Marlow: I think I got pushed in the face by someone. My - My lipstick's smeared.
Rick Leland: Aww, you look cute.
Alberta Marlow: And now, if you'll excuse me, I'll go to my cabin... and faint.


--Mary Astor (as Alberta Marlow) in Across the Pacific

Across the Pacific

Across the Pacific

Rick Leland: How can you come from Medicine Hat?
Alberta Marlow: There's nothing wrong with Medicine Hat! It's hot in the summer, cold in the winter and nothing ever happens there!


--Mary Astor (as Alberta Marlow) in Across the Pacific

Across the Pacific

Across the Pacific

Rick Leland: I never saw anybody like you, you never have any clothes on.
Alberta Marlow: Well if anyone heard you complaining about it they would put you in a psychopathic ward.


--Mary Astor (as Alberta Marlow) in Across the Pacific

Across the Pacific

Across the Pacific

Rick Leland: If you catch pneumonia, what will happen to our romance?
Alberta Marlow: What will happen to it anyway, if you don't shave.


--Mary Astor (as Alberta Marlow) in Across the Pacific


Across the Pacific

Across the Pacific

Rick Leland: It'll probably end up with Captain Higoto marrying us on the boat.
Alberta Marlow: Oh, no! I want a church wedding and a groom who's got more than two suits.


--Mary Astor (as Alberta Marlow) in Across the Pacific

Dodsworth

Dodsworth

Fran Dodsworth: I hope I look as good as you do when I'm your age.
Mrs. Edith Cortright: You're almost sure to, my dear.


--Mary Astor (as Mrs. Edith Cortright) in Dodsworth

Midnight

Midnight

Jacques Picot: You're wonderful.
Eve Peabody: You're magnificent.
Helene Flammarion: You're talking across the board.


--Mary Astor (as ) in Midnight

Any Number Can Play

Any Number Can Play

Ada: [Contemptuously to Robbin as she's playing a slot machine] How come I attract nothing but lemons.
[She walks away from him]


--Mary Astor (as Ada) in Any Number Can Play

Any Number Can Play

Any Number Can Play

Ada: [to Charley, referring to his marriage] You've been faithful twenty years? That's a long rap!


--Mary Astor (as Ada) in Any Number Can Play

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