An American in Paris
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Jerry Mulligan: I never touch a guy unless I've known him at least fifteen minutes.

Lise Bouvier: Jerry, if it means anything to you, I love you.

Adam Cook: It's not a pretty face, I grant you, but underneath its flabby exterior is an enormous lack of character.

Milo Roberts: Why do you always talk about money?
Jerry Mulligan: Because I ain't got any. And when you ain't got any that takes on a curious significance.

Jerry Mulligan: That's... quite a dress you almost have on.
Milo Roberts: Thanks.
Jerry Mulligan: What holds it up?
Milo Roberts: Modesty.

Jerry Mulligan: Well, uh, with a binding like you've got, people are going to want to know what's in the book.

Lise Bouvier: Maybe Paris has a way of making people forget.
Jerry Mulligan: Paris? No. Not this city. It's too real and too beautiful to ever let you forget anything.

Adam Cook: I'm a concert pianist. That's a pretentious way of saying I'm... unemployed at the moment.

Jerry Mulligan: Hey, uh, how'd you come by all these worldly possessions? A rich husband or a rich father?
Milo Roberts: Father.

Factual error: There is a scene with Gene Kelly dancing at the top of the steps in Montmartre, opposite Sacre Coeur Basilica. In the background you see the lights of the Eiffel Tower. I have seen the view from the top of these steps, and the Eiffel Tower is not visible.

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