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Design for Living

Design for Living

Max Plunkett: Do you love me?
Gilda Farrell: Oh, Max, people should not ask that question on their wedding night. It's either too late or too early.


--Miriam Hopkins (as Gilda Farrell) in Design for Living

Design for Living

Design for Living

Max Plunkett: Gilda, I've been your friend for five years.
Gilda Farrell: And I want you to remain my friend for the next fifty years. So please shut up.


--Miriam Hopkins (as Gilda Farrell) in Design for Living

The Smiling Lieutenant

The Smiling Lieutenant

King Adolf XV: This is unheard of. Flausenthurm without an "h?" Don't they know, in Vienna, how to spell my country?
Princess Anna: It's a deliberate insult, Papa. They're trying to make us feel, just because we've a little country, we shouldn't have so many letters.


--Miriam Hopkins (as Princess Anna) in The Smiling Lieutenant

Design for Living

Design for Living

Gilda Farrell: A thing happened to me that usually happens to men. You see, a man can meet two, three or four women and fall in love with all of them, and then, by a process of interesting elimination, he is able to decide which he prefers. But a woman must decide purely on instinct, guesswork, if she wants to be considered nice.


--Miriam Hopkins (as Gilda Farrell) in Design for Living

Design for Living

Design for Living

Gilda Farrell: Boys, it's the only thing we can do. Let's forget sex.


--Miriam Hopkins (as Gilda Farrell) in Design for Living


Design for Living

Design for Living

Gilda Farrell: I'm sick of being a trademark married to a slogan.


--Miriam Hopkins (as Gilda Farrell) in Design for Living

Design for Living

Design for Living

Gilda Farrell: It's true we had a gentleman's agreement, but unfortunately, I am no gentleman.


--Miriam Hopkins (as Gilda Farrell) in Design for Living

Design for Living

Design for Living

Gilda Farrell: Now listen, Plunkett, Incorporated. You go to those customers of yours and give 'em a sales talk. Sell them anything you want, but not me. I'm fed up with underwear, cement, linoleum, I'm sick of being a trademark married to a slogan!
Max Plunkett: Gilda...
Gilda Farrell: Don't you tell 'em I've got hiccups. Tell them I've got the advertising blues. The billboard collywobbles! Slogans and sales talks morning, noon, and night, and not one human sound out of you and your whole flock of Egelbaurs!


--Miriam Hopkins (as Gilda Farrell) in Design for Living

Design for Living

Design for Living

Gilda Farrell: You see, George, you're sort of like a ragged straw hat with a very soft lining. A little bit out of shape, very dashing to look at, and very comfortable to wear. And you, Tom, piquant, perched over one eye, and has to be watched on windy days. And both so becoming.


--Miriam Hopkins (as Gilda Farrell) in Design for Living

Trouble in Paradise

Trouble in Paradise

Lily Vautier: [fuming] I wouldn't fall for another man if he was the biggest crook on earth!


--Miriam Hopkins (as Lily) in Trouble in Paradise

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