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How to Marry a Millionaire Quotes

How to Marry a Millionaire is a television program that was first aired in 1970 . How to Marry a Millionaire stopped airing in 1970.

It features Nunnally Johnson as producer, Cyril J. Mockridge (composer) in charge of musical score, and Joseph MacDonald as head of cinematography.

How to Marry a Millionaire is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of How to Marry a Millionaire is 95 minutes long. How to Marry a Millionaire is distributed by 20th Century Fox.

The cast includes: Lauren Bacall as Schatze Page, Marilyn Monroe as Pola Debevoise, Betty Grable as Loco Dempsey, William Powell as J.D. Hanley, Cameron Mitchell as Tom Brookman, Rory Calhoun as Eben, and David Wayne as Freddie Denmark.

How to Marry a Millionaire Quotes

Lauren Bacall as Schatze Page

  • (Lauren Bacall) "I can't shack up with a dame I've never met before and she's crazy too."
  • (Marilyn Monroe) "You don't have to. She'll come up and you'll see if you like her. If you don't --"
  • (Lauren Bacall) "Is she any help to this?"
  • (Marilyn Monroe) "Let's see"
  • (Marilyn Monroe) "Hey Loc, how much money you got?"
  • (Betty Grable) "I got a quarter."
  • (Marilyn Monroe) "Great. Pick up lunch on your way over."
  • (Betty Grable) "Ok, how many."
  • (Marilyn Monroe) "Three"
  • (Betty Grable) "Ok, I'll be there in 15 minutes."
  • (Lauren Bacall) "Well that's a big contribution to a million dollar proposition. One whole quarter."
  • (Marilyn Monroe) "Maybe, but she's awfully clever with a quarter."
  • (Lauren Bacall) "The first rule is, gentlemen callers have got to wear a necktie."
  • (Lauren Bacall) "Just as soon as I finish this, I never want to see you again."
  • (Lauren Bacall) "I was nuts about him. Know what he did to me. First he gave me a phony name. Second, he was already married. Third, the minute the preacher said amen, he never did another tap of work. Then he stole my TV set and gave it to a car hop. When I asked him about that, he hit me with a chicken."
  • (Marilyn Monroe) "A live chicken?"
  • (Lauren Bacall) "No, a baked chicken; stuffed."
  • (Lauren Bacall) "Most women use more brains picking a horse in the third at Belmont than they do picking a husband."
  • (Lauren Bacall) "You wanna catch a mouse, you set a mouse trap. All right so we set a bear trap. Now all we gotta do, is one of us has got to catch a bear."
  • (Betty Grable) "You mean marry him?"
  • (Lauren Bacall) "If you don't marry him, you haven't caught him, he's caught you."
  • (Lauren Bacall) "We'd better put a check on that one. Nobody's mother lives in Atlantic City on Saturday."
  • (Lauren Bacall) "Look at Roosevelt, look at Churchill, look at that old fella what's his name in The African Queen."

Marilyn Monroe as Pola Debevoise

  • (Marilyn Monroe) "Men aren't attentive to girls who wear glasses."
  • (Marilyn Monroe) "I want to marry Rockefeller."
  • (Lauren Bacall) "Which one?"
  • (Marilyn Monroe) "I don't care."

Betty Grable as Loco Dempsey

  • (Betty Grable) "You got radio all the way up here?"
  • (Rory Calhoun) "Oh, sure. Radio, houses, everything."
  • (Betty Grable) "All my life ever since I was a little girl I've always had the same dream. To marry a zillionaire."
  • (Betty Grable) "You don't think he's a little old?"
  • (Lauren Bacall) "Wealthy men are never old."
  • (Betty Grable) "I'll say this for him: we haven't ordered anything yet under five dollars a portion."
  • (Marilyn Monroe) "If there's anything left over don't forget to tell the waiter you want to take it home for the dog."
  • (Betty Grable) "Once you get one foot on the ground, you're really quite a jerk, aren't you?"
  • (Betty Grable) "I wouldn't mind marrying a Vanderbilt?"
  • (Marilyn Monroe) "Or Mr. Cadillac."
  • (Lauren Bacall) "No such person. I checked."
  • (Betty Grable) "Is there a Mr. Texaco?"

David Wayne as Freddie Denmark

  • (David Wayne) "I don't look like an old maid? I've never seen anybody in my life that reminded me less of an old maid."

William Powell as J.D. Hanley

  • (William Powell) "There was a last minute decision in your favor."
  • (Cameron Mitchell) "Did you tell her about me?"
  • (William Powell) "No. So far as she knows you're still hustling a gas pump."
  • (Cameron Mitchell) "Are you kidding?"
  • (William Powell) "Well let's go ask her."
  • (Cameron Mitchell) "Wait a minute JD. Do you think I ought to tell her?"
  • (William Powell) "Are you nuts? She clearly prefers gas pump jockeys to millionaires. What do you want to do? Disillusion the poor girl?"

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