Movie Quote of the Day – Green Dolphin Street, 1947 (dir. Victor Saville)
Marianne Patourel: These figures prove that at the present cost of operation, a steamboat will eat up all its profits
Octavius Patourel: I still say, it’s most unseemly for a young woman to know so much about the shipping business.
Marianne Patourel: Oh, Papa, you’ll be using steamships in eight or ten years. But, by that time, you’ll be retired and I’ll be running the business.
Octavius Patourel: By that time, you’ll be married to some smart young fellow who will carry on in my place.
Marianne Patourel: If I ever marry, it won’t be because the groom is a good businessman.
Octavius Patourel: Marianne, my dear, sometimes you shock me.
Marianne Patourel: Of course I do. I’m bold and scheming and sometimes I think I’m not quite nice.
Posted on June 11, 2014, in Movie Quote of the Day and tagged 1947, Edmund Gwinn, Elizabeth Goudge, Green Dolphin Street, Lana Turner, Samson Raphaelson, Victor Saville. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
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