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ELOISE KELLY: The river looks awfully pretty in the moonlight, doesn't it? Wait a minute. You're turning into the original African hotrod.
VICTOR MARSWELL: I can always quit.
You can be nice and sweet when you want to,
VICTOR MARSWELL: How do you know? Maybe you spoke too soon.
ELOISE KELLY: I'm warning you. I'm searching. I'm looking, really I am.
VICTOR MARSWELL: I'll look with you for a little while.
LINDA NORDLEY: Are the men of this tribe also polygamists like Muntala?
VICTOR MARSWELL: Only those who can afford more than one wife.
LINDA NORDLEY: It seems unfair to take them away from their families.
VICTOR MARSWELL: You mean the men are taking a chance?
LINDA NORDLEY: I'm quite sure that's what I mean.
VICTOR MARSWELL: No. The natives have all
sorts of devices to prevent their women from being stolen.
In most tribes there's a pre-marriage ordeal that guarantees fidelity.
LINDA NORDLEY: Really? What's that, pray?
VICTOR MARSWELL: Let's see if I can...
DONALD NORDLEY: Linda, look.
LINDA NORDLEY: Isn't he beautiful? Perfect specimen.
VICTOR MARSWELL: He's clean too. Just had his Saturday night bath.
LINDA NORDLEY: Look!
ELOISE KELLY: Reminds me of somebody I know.
LINDA NORDLEY: You were saying about this device for guaranteed fidelity Why wouldn't it pass in the civilized world?
VICTOR MARSWELL: Primarily because you women would probably vote it down.
LINDA NORDLEY: But why?
VICTOR MARSWELL: Because it's a means whereby a woman is rendered incapable of being unfaithful.
LINDA NORDLEY: I think I understand.
VICTOR MARSWELL: Sorry to be so blunt about it.
LINDA NORDLEY: No. It was my denseness. I should have realized.
ELOISE KELLY: Brother,
I can take your Cook's tour around the zoo but when we get on this mental striptease
and hide behind Louisa May Alcott I want a powder.
LINDA NORDLEY: Do you realize that just from the way
I can't stop myself looking at you.
that everybody knows?
VICTOR MARSWELL: Everybody but Donald.
LINDA NORDLEY: At times I feel like...
VICTOR MARSWELL: I know. I feel it myself. But he has to be told, that's all.
LINDA NORDLEY: I don't know how to tell him.
ELOISE KELLY: You mean you're gonna make an honest woman out of me?
VICTOR MARSWELL: It suits me, Kelly.
ELOISE KELLY: It suits you? Listen, you and your quick-change acts aren't hanging blossoms over me because you feel the cold weather coming on. No, thanks. I'll go back where I can be honest without getting kicked around. I'll see you.
VICTOR MARSWELL: Hei, Brownie!
JOHN BROWN-PRYCE: What?
VICTOR MARSWELL: Take good care of her!
JOHN BROWN-PRYCE: I can't hear you.
VICTOR MARSWELL: I said, take good care of her!
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