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Some Like It Hot a girl that could video

from 1959 movie with Tony Curtis as Joe Junior and Marilyn Monroe as Sugar Kane Kowalczyk Quotes with pictures JOE JUNIOR: Of course.
 
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How silly of me. On Thursdays they always serve me in the small salon. SUGAR KANE: It's exquisite. Like a floating mansion. JOE JUNIOR: It's all right for a bachelor. SUGAR KANE: What a beautiful fish. JOE JUNIOR: I caught him off Cape Hatteras. SUGAR KANE: What is it? JOE JUNIOR: It's a member of the herring family. SUGAR KANE: A herring? Isn't it amazing how they get those big fish into those little glass jars? JOE JUNIOR: They shrink when they're marinated. Champagne? SUGAR KANE: I don't mind if I do. JOE JUNIOR: Well, down the hatch, as we say at sea. SUGAR KANE: Bon voyage. Look at all that silverware. JOE JUNIOR: Trophies. You know. Skeet shooting, dog breeding, water polo. SUGAR KANE: Isn't water polo terribly dangerous? JOE JUNIOR: I'll say. I had two ponies drowned under me. SUGAR KANE: Where's your shell collection? JOE JUNIOR: Yes, of course. Where could they have put itWhere could they have put it? You see, on Thursdays I'm sort of lost around here. SUGAR KANE: What's on Thursdays? JOE JUNIOR: It's the crew's night off. SUGAR KANE: You mean we're alone on the boat? JOE JUNIOR: Completely. SUGAR KANE: I've never been completely alone with a man in the middle of the night, in the middle of the ocean. JOE JUNIOR: Oh, it's perfectly safe. We're anchored. The ship's in shipshape shape. The coastguard will call if any icebergs appear. SUGAR KANE: It's not the icebergs. But certain men would try to take advantage of a situation like thiscertain men would try to take advantage of a situation like this. JOE JUNIOR: You're flattering me. SUGAR KANE: Of course, I'm sure you're a gentleman. JOE JUNIOR: It's not that. It's just that I'm harmless. SUGAR KANE: Harmless? How? JOE JUNIOR: I don't know how to put it, but I've got this thing about girls. SUGAR KANE: What thing? JOE JUNIOR: They just sort of leave me cold. SUGAR KANE: You mean, like, frigid? JOE JUNIOR: Well, it's more like a mental block when I'm with a girlit's more like a mental block when I'm with a girl, it does absolutely nothing to me. SUGAR KANE: Have you tried? JOE JUNIOR: Have I. I'm trying all the time. See? Nothing. SUGAR KANE: Nothing at all? JOE JUNIOR: Complete washout. SUGAR KANE: That makes me feel just awful. JOE JUNIOR: My dear, it's not your fault. Now and then Mother Nature throws somebody a dirty curve. Something goes wrong inside. SUGAR KANE: You mean you can't fall in love? JOE JUNIOR: Not any more. I was in love once, but I'd rather not talk about it. Would you like a little cold pheasant? SUGAR KANE: What happened? JOE JUNIOR: I don't want to bore you. SUGAR KANE: You couldn't possibly. JOE JUNIOR: Well, it was my freshman year at Princeton. There was this girl. Her name was Nellie. Her father was the vice president of Hupmobile. She wore glasses, too. That summer we were in vacantion at the Grand Canyon. We were on the highest ledge watching the sunset, when suddenly we got this impulse to kiss. I took off my glasses. She took off her glasses. I took a step toward her. She took a step toward me. SUGAR KANE: Oh, no! JOE JUNIOR: Yes. Eight hours later they brought her up by mule. I gave her three transfusions. We had the same type blood, type O. But it was too late. SUGAR KANE: Talk about sad. JOE JUNIOR: Ever since then, numb, no feelings, like my heart was shot full of Novocainlike my heart was shot full of Novocain. SUGAR KANE: You poor, poor boy. JOE JUNIOR: Yes. All the money in the world, and what good is it? Mint sauce or cranberries? SUGAR KANE: How can you think about food at a time like this? JOE JUNIOR: What else is there for me? SUGAR KANE: Is it that hopeless? JOE JUNIOR: My family did everything they could. Hired the most beautiful French upstairs maids. Got a special tutor to read me books that were banned in Boston. Imported a troupe of Balinese dancers with those bells on their ankles and long fingernails. What a waste of money. SUGAR KANE: Have you ever tried American girlsHave you ever tried American girls? JOE JUNIOR: Why? SUGAR KANE: Was that anything? JOE JUNIOR: Thanks just the same. SUGAR KANE: You should see a doctor, a good doctor. JOE JUNIOR: I have. I spent six months in Vienna with Professor Freud, flat on my back. Then there were the Mayo brothers, injections, hypnosis, mineral baths. If I wasn't such a coward, I'd kill myself. SUGAR KANE: Don't say that. There must be some girl someplace that could... JOE JUNIOR: If I ever found a girl that could I'd marry her just like thatIf I ever found a girl that could I'd marry her just like that. SUGAR KANE: Would you do me a favour? JOE JUNIOR: Certainly. What is it? SUGAR KANE: I may not be Dr Freud or a Mayo brother or one of those French upstairs girls, but could I take another crack at it? JOE JUNIOR: All right, if you insist. SUGAR KANE: Anything this time? JOE JUNIOR: I'm afraid not. Terribly sorry. SUGAR KANE: Would you like some more champagne? Maybe if we had some music. How do you dim these lights? JOE JUNIOR: Look, it's terribly sweet of you to want to help out, but it's no use. I think the light switch is over there. That's the radio. It's like taking someone to a concert when he's tone-deaf. SUGAR KANE: You're not giving yourself a chance. Don't fight it. Relax. JOE JUNIOR: It's like smoking without inhaling. SUGAR KANE: So inhale. Well? JOE JUNIOR: I'm not quite sure. Would you try it again? I got a funny sensation in my toes. Like someone was barbecuing them over a slow flame. SUGAR KANE: Let's throw another log on the fire. JOE JUNIOR: I think you're on the right track. SUGAR KANE: I must be. Your glasses are beginning to steam up. JOE JUNIOR: I never knew it could be like this. SUGAR KANE: Thank you. JOE JUNIOR: They told me I was kaput, finished, all washed up. And here you are, making a chump out of all those experts. SUGAR KANE: Mineral baths. Now, really. JOE JUNIOR: Where did you learn to kiss like that? SUGAR KANE: I used to sell kisses for the Milk Fund. NOTE: See also    Some Like It Hot script    or you can watch    I Wanna Be Loved By You    and    Runnin' Wild video songs from the same movie, or other videos like the ones below, or choose from kissing like in movies
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