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Love and Loneliness in Classic Cinema

November 22, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine in The Apartment (1960)

Baxter: You know I used to live like Robinson Crusoe?  Shipwrecked among 8 million people.  Then one day I saw a footprint in the sand, and there you were.  It’s a wonderful thing, dinner for two.

Fran: Do you usually eat alone?

Baxter: No no, sometimes I have dinner with Ed Sullivan.  Sometimes Dinah Shore, Perry Como.  The other night I had dinner with Mae West.  Of course, she was much younger then.  Cheers.

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