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Ninotchka

Ninotchka

Ninotchka: Let's form our own party.
Leon: Right. Lovers of the world, unite!


--Melvyn Douglas (as Leon) in Ninotchka

Ninotchka

Ninotchka

Ninotchka: What have you done for mankind?
Leon: Not so much for mankind... for womankind, my record isn't quite so bleak.


--Melvyn Douglas (as Leon) in Ninotchka

That Uncertain Feeling

That Uncertain Feeling

Jones: Miss Aikens, we want a woman's point of view on a certain situation. Now, Mr. Baker has a friend and he's in trouble...
Sally Aikens: Oh, Mr. Baker!
Jones: [Shushing Larry] Now, Mr. Baker has nothing whatever to do with it. Let's call the friend Mr. Brown. Now, Mr. Brown has a wife... Mr. & Mrs. Brown have been married for, uh, how long?
Larry Baker: Well, say six years. They live in Toledo.
Sally Aikens: Six years in Toledo. That's bad.
Jones: All right then, let's say New York. Now Mr. Brown is worried about his marriage. Things are not going along as well as they used to.
Sally Aikens: What kind of a man IS this Mr. Brown?
Larry Baker: Very nice...
Sally Aikens: Is he attractive?
Jones: Very attractive.
[to Larry]
Jones: Don't you think so?
Larry Baker: Yes.
Sally Aikens: And yet she's complaining.
Larry Baker: Well, she's drifting away from him.
Jones: Yes, and he wants to get things back on the old basis.
Sally Aikens: Who doesn't?
Jones: Yes.
[clears throat]
Jones: Now, Miss Aikens, as a woman, I'm asking you, what is the right approach?
Sally Aikens: Well, I should say a mink coat would do the trick.
Larry Baker: She has a mink coat.
Sally Aikens: Then what's she complaining about?
[the men are exasperated, and Jones dismisses Miss Aikens from the conversation]
Larry Baker: Just a moment. Now look here. Mrs. Brown is interested in another man.
Sally Aikens: Oh... If there aren't any witnesses she's going to deny it... But I'm afraid I'm not the right person to give you any advice. I probably have too much sympathy for Mr. Brown, and not enough patience with Mrs. Brown. We get cases li

--Melvyn Douglas (as Larry Baker) in That Uncertain Feeling

The Americanization of Emily

The Americanization of Emily

Lt. Cmdr. 'Bus' Cummings: Well Sir, we wanted a hero. Now we've got one.
Adm. William Jessup: You don't send a man to his death because you want a hero.


--Melvyn Douglas (as Adm. William Jessup) in The Americanization of Emily

A Woman's Secret

A Woman's Secret

Susan Caldwell aka Estrellita: I think I'll take a little water first. It clears your throat you know.
[gulps water for twelve seconds]
Luke Jordan: All clear?


--Melvyn Douglas (as Luke Jordan) in A Woman's Secret


A Woman's Secret

A Woman's Secret

Marian Washburn: [Susan faints] Luke! She fainted.
Susan Caldwell aka Estrellita: [Luke claps] Oh.
Luke Jordan: I won a bet! They don't say, "Where am I?"


--Melvyn Douglas (as Luke Jordan) in A Woman's Secret

Theodora Goes Wild

Theodora Goes Wild

Ethel Stevenson: [On Miss Adams refusal to order a drink] It's no use, Michael. I've been working on Miss Adams half an hour. She won't let down of back hair. That's all there is to it.
Michael Grant: Well, I see, but the point is, has she got any back hair?


--Melvyn Douglas (as ) in Theodora Goes Wild

The Americanization of Emily

The Americanization of Emily

Adm. William Jessup: The first dead man on Omaha Beach must be a sailor.


--Melvyn Douglas (as Adm. William Jessup) in The Americanization of Emily

The Americanization of Emily

The Americanization of Emily

Adm. William Jessup: We're gonna make a brass band hero out of Charlie!


--Melvyn Douglas (as Adm. William Jessup) in The Americanization of Emily

The Americanization of Emily

The Americanization of Emily

Adm. William Jessup: You don't send a man to his death because you want a hero.


--Melvyn Douglas (as Adm. William Jessup) in The Americanization of Emily

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