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White Christmas

White Christmas

Phil Davis, Judy Haynes: [singing] Even guys with two left feet come out alright if the girl is sweet.


--Vera-Ellen (as Judy Haynes) in White Christmas

The Belle of New York

The Belle of New York

Charlie Hill: Can I have a magazine? I'll treasure this all my life, I'll sleep with it under my pillow.
Angela Bonfils: It would do you more good if you read it.


--Vera-Ellen (as Angela Bonfils) in The Belle of New York

The Belle of New York

The Belle of New York

Charlie Hill: Peanuts. I only wish they were diamonds.
Angela Bonfils: That's silly, you can't eat diamonds.
Charlie Hill: Diamonds buy a lot of peanuts.
Angela Bonfils: I got a lot of peanuts.


--Vera-Ellen (as Angela Bonfils) in The Belle of New York

The Belle of New York

The Belle of New York

Angela Bonfils: There's nothing wrong with you.
Charlie Hill: Yes there is, I'm in love.
Angela Bonfils: Love.
Charlie Hill: You probably don't know about love.
Angela Bonfils: Well I certainly know it isn't about being numb, weak at the knees.


--Vera-Ellen (as Angela Bonfils) in The Belle of New York

On the Town

On the Town

Ivy Smith: Getting involved is so... so... involving.


--Vera-Ellen (as Ivy Smith) in On the Town


White Christmas

White Christmas

Judy Haynes: [to Phil] You are not exactly Superman, but you are awfully available.


--Vera-Ellen (as Judy Haynes) in White Christmas

White Christmas

White Christmas

Judy Haynes: Looks like it's absolutely necessary.


--Vera-Ellen (as Judy Haynes) in White Christmas

White Christmas

White Christmas

Phil Davis, Bob Wallace, Betty Haynes, Judy Haynes: [singing] And may all your Christmas be white.


--Vera-Ellen (as Judy Haynes) in White Christmas

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