Swing Time video
from 1936 movie with
Fred Astaire as John 'Lucky' Garnett and Ginger Rogers as Penelope 'Penny' Carroll.
John Garnett: Well, we seem to be here, don't we?
Penelope Carroll: Let's sit down.
John Garnett: Won't you be too cold?
Penelope Carroll: No.
Penelope Carroll: I like being off alone like this.
John Garnett: You're not alone, you're with me.
Penelope Carroll: Then I like being off alone with you.
Penelope Carroll: I am a little cold.
John Garnett: Flap your arms. That'll restore circulation. Look. Makes me feel warmer already.
Penelope Carroll: I doubt it.
John Garnett: Come on, try it. It's good for you, you see?
Penelope Carroll: You know, if some people saw us like this, they might think that we were that we liked each other.
John Garnett: Yes, they might.
Penelope Carroll: It's funny how we met, and all that's happened to us since.
John Garnett: The way we've been sort of thrown together and everything.
Penelope Carroll: As if it were all meant to happen.
John Garnett: It's quite an experience.
Penelope Carroll: It's more than an experience. It's sort of like... a romance, isn't it?
John Garnett: Yes, as we say in French, la belle romance.
Penelope Carroll: A swell romance.
John Garnett: You know, you ought to be wearing galoshes.
Penelope Carroll: I think we'd better go home.
John Garnett: Ladies and gentlemen, my favorite maestro, Ricardo Romero has very kindly requested that Ms. Carrol and I dance to his newest composition the lovely Waltz in Swing Time.