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Watch Blind Date (1987)

with Kim Basinger as Nadia Gates and Bruce Willis as Walter Davis movie directed by Blake Edwards,
 
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written by Dale Launer, produced by Tony Adams. Quotes and pictures NADIA GATES: Walter? WALTER DAVIS: Yeah. NADIA GATES: Come on in, I'll just be a minuteCome on in, I'll just be a minute. I hope you don't mind helping me with my suitcase. I'm moving out of here. I'll be staying with a friend. If you feel like it, a friend's having an art exhibit. If we have time before dinner, maybe we could go? WALTER DAVIS: Yeah, no problem. NADIA GATES: Well, here goes, Walter, ready or nothere goes, Walter, ready or not? Oh, damn it! This has been going on all night. There may be some matches over there. WALTER DAVIS: Let me look. NADIA GATES: It may be over there. WALTER DAVIS: Here. NADIA GATES: Now this is a blind dateNow this is a blind date. Here's your chance to run for it. Your very last chanceYour very last chance. You missed your chance. WALTER DAVIS: I'm glad. NADIA GATES: So, what made you think to stop by here? WALTER DAVIS: I recorded here when I thought I wanted to be a musician. I played guitar. But I really don't have time for it now. I played all the time. I went to the bathroom carrying a Stratocaster. I drove my mom nuts. I got tendonitis. NADIA GATES: Why did you give it upWhy did you give it up? WALTER DAVIS: Well, because if you want to be a musician you're guaranteeing yourself a life of poverty and obscurity unless you're talented like Stanley. And I got a good job now, good carI got a good job now, good car. Next year, I'll be able to get a condo. I don't know. It just kind of made sense. We're gonna be late. Let me give you a little... NADIA GATES: Oh, I'm getting bad. I'm starting to feel the champagne. WALTER DAVIS: That's okay. Feel away. Come on. WALTER DAVIS: I should be grateful after what you did to me last nightI should be grateful after what you did to me last night? NADIA GATES: After what I did? What did I do to you last night? WALTER DAVIS: You did a lot of things, to a lot of people. I just happened to be a part of it. A big part, I recall. NADIA GATES: You got me drunk. WALTER DAVIS: I didn't get you drunk. NADIA GATES: You know you don't bought me champagne. WALTER DAVIS: You didn't have to drink it! NADIA GATES: That's a cheap shot, Walter. A real cheap shot. I drank it because you seemed sweet and generous. Somebody I could fall in love withSomebody I could fall in love with. I thought you were special. I really did. I'm sorry you got fired. I'm sorry you got arrested. But you know why I'm most sorry? I'm sorry that you're not so special. That you're mean and self-pitying and that you don't give a damn about how I feel. And I feel shitty, Walter! ("Simply Meant to Be" written by Henry Mancini, George Merrill and Shannon Rubicam; performed by Jennifer Warnes and Gary Morris) Lyrics (frag: Well I never knew so much trouble till I met you / Never sang in so much rain / But whenever I drown in your sweet dreams / It always brings me pain / Though I come back / Knowing that I'll find love again. / I must be blind to love you, girl, but I don't wanna see / If seeing means believing love is lost to you and me / Don't ever let them tell you that there's no mystery / Love can't be explained, it's simply meant to be. / Well I never knew so many people / Who look and don't find love / So they beg and they borrow and steal / I'll take half of the joy, twice the sorrow / If I know love is real / Just don't say that you won't be back / Cos I know you will, I know you will. / I must be blind to love you but I don't wanna see / If seeing means believing love is lost to you and me / Don't ever let them tell you that there's no mystery / Love can't be explained, its simply meant to be. / Oh, this love is a mystery / Love is a mystery / Can't explain, can't change / I guess it was meant to be.
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