This Could Be the Night (1957) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Robert Wise and produced by Joe Pasternak.
This Could Be the Night(1957).By Dawn on Jun 23, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks
This Could Be the Night(1957). Comedy directed by Robert Wise. The movie is based on the short stories by Cornelia Baird Gross . Cast: Jean Simmons, Julie Wilson and Paul Douglas. Actor Anthony Franciosa made his debut in this film. The story begins when, straight-laced Anne Leeds, answers a clas... Read full article
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Tony Armotti: I want to talk to Patsy about Patsy. She's been like a sleepwalker all week. You know, it's gettin' so the customers are too polite to applaud. They're afraid they'll wake her up.
Anne Leeds: Oh, you must hate doing this so conventionally. What a pity you can't hit me like you did that man in the alley.
Tony Armotti: Don't kid yourself, honey. If I caught you dipping your fingers in the till, I'd clip you, too. But him I didn't fire because he's good at his job, which you're not. Is that nice and clear?
Anne Leeds: Perfectly. If you're a thief or a liar, you belong at the Tonic. Otherwise, you don't.
Tony Armotti: Yeah, you tell 'em, sister. Get a soapbox and tell 'em.
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