Lowenthal: How old are you? Elsa: Sixteen. Lowenthal: Adolescence. What is adolescence? Adolescence is a time when people worry about things there's no need to worry about. Sixteen... I promise you, at seventeen you will be even more charming than you are now. At twenty-one, you will be gorgeous. And at twenty-five... devastating! And I won't stand any argument! Share this quote
Bill Tenny: (Drunk) You know what I think? Glocken: No. Bill Tenny: I think you're a sawed-off intellectual.
Rieber: You must admit that the Jews are a great part of the German problem. Lowenthal: True, but not only the Jews, also men who smoke the pipe are a great part of the German problem. Rieber: Why men who smoke the pipe? Lowenthal: Why the Jews?
Jenny Brown: I think that David thinks a woman should follow three paces behind with slippers. Mary Treadwell: Men usually do.
Mary Treadwell: Tell me. Wouldn't it unnverve you to have an affair with me?
Bill Tenny: I was in Vercaruz trying to teach them greasers to play ball. Man, they tried to poison me. You know, I had the runs for three weeks. Mary Treadwell: How interesting. I'd like to hear more about it.
Mary Treadwell: Everybody on this ship is in love. Love me whether or not I love you. Love me whether I am fit to love. Love me whether I am able to love. Even is there is no such thing as love. Love me.