Five and Ten (1931) was a Drama Film directed by Robert Z. Leonard and produced by Robert Z. Leonard and Marion Davies.
Mixed bag: Thelma and Louise (1991), Blondie of the Follies (1932), Five and Ten (1931), Blades of Glory (2007), Bell Book and Candle (1958)By Lindsey on Jan 18, 2012 From The Motion Pictures
Originally published on recollective.tumblr.com, January 5, 2012 Watched January 2, 2012: Thelma and Louise (1991) – 4/5; My mom recommended this movie to me. She found it in the $5 bin and became obsessed with it, insisting that I must watch it as well haha. We usually have pretty similar tas... Read full article
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Jennifer Rarick: What kind of man are you to make a woman forget a man's fiancée?
John G. Rarick: [Overheard from corridor] If I give you this money, what assurance have I that you'll keep your word?
Jennifer Rarick: [Overheard from corridor] You give me one hundred thousand now, and the rest when I get the divorce. I'll take *your* word, Mr. Rarick.
John G. Rarick: I've dealt with a lot of merchandise - this is the first time I've bought a husband.
Jennifer Rarick: And it's the first time I've ever sold one.
[Jennifer enters and grabs the check]
Jennifer Rarick: No you don't. You're not selling any husband to me!
Muriel Preston: You want Berry, don't you?
Jennifer Rarick: Not this way, no! I've tried it once, but I'm not trying to buy Berry again. He's not for sale.
Muriel Preston: Oh... well I won't divorce him.
Jennifer Rarick: You think I'm afraid of a scandal... Well I'm not!
John G. Rarick: Jennifer!
Jennifer Rarick: [to her father] I love Berry. He's all that matters to me...
Jennifer Rarick: [Turns back to Muriel] ... And you can't make me lose him again.
Muriel Preston: Lose him
Muriel Preston: . That's a little far fetched, isn't it? He's hardly yours to lose.
Jennifer Rarick: Isn't he. He loves me. You *know* he loves me. No matter what you think, he's been fair to you. I've told Berry that I wouldn't see him again until you talked things fairly and gave him up. But I won't bother to be fair any longer.
Muriel Preston: You're very foolish, my dear. Goodbye, Mr. Rarick. Perhaps you can make Jennifer realize that the only permanent hold on a man like Berry is a wedding ring.
Jennifer Rarick: Is it? That's how well you know Berry!
Muriel Preston: I know men, my dear, and Berry is no different from the rest.
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