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Scarlet Street Quotes

Scarlet Street is a TV show that debuted in 1970 . Scarlet Street ended in 1970.

It features Walter Wanger as producer, Hans J. Salter in charge of musical score, and Milton R. Krasner as head of cinematography.

Scarlet Street is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Scarlet Street is 102 minutes long. Scarlet Street is distributed by Universal Pictures.

The cast includes: Dan Duryea as Johnny Prince, Margaret Lindsay as Millie Ray, Rosalind Ivan as Adele Cross, and Edward G. Robinson as Christopher Cross.

Scarlet Street Quotes

Dan Duryea as Johnny Prince

  • (Kitty March) "Johnny. Oh, Johnny."
  • (Dan Duryea) "Crazy Legs."
  • (Kitty March) "Jeepers, I love you Johnny."
  • (Dan Duryea) "Lazy Legs,"
  • (Dan Duryea) "I don't know what you told Janeway, but you got him eatin' right out of your hand."
  • (Kitty March) "It won't stop with lunch."
  • (Dan Duryea) "Can't you get those Lazy Legs off that couch, baby?"
  • (Dan Duryea) "And then you gave me a dirty look."
  • (Kitty March) "I didn't give you a dirty look."
  • (Dan Duryea) "Listen, any girl that waits two hours in the rain for a guy is gonna give him a dirty look."

Edward G. Robinson as Christopher Cross

  • (Kitty March) "How long does it take you to paint a picture?"
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "Sometimes a day, sometimes a year. You can't tell. It has to grow."
  • (Kitty March) "I never knew paint could grow."
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "Feeling grows. You know, that's the important thing, feeling. You take me. No one ever taught me how to draw, so I just put a line around what I feel when I look at things."
  • (Kitty March) "Yeah I see."
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "It's like falling in love I guess. You know -- first you see someone, then it keeps growing, until you can't think of anyone else."
  • (Kitty March) "That's interesting."
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "The way I think of things, that all art is. Every painting, if it's any good, is a love affair."
  • (Kitty March) "I never heard anyone talk like that before."
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "There aren't many people you can talk to this way. So you keep it to yourself. You walk around with everything bottled up."
  • (Kitty March) "You know those art galleries on Fifth Avenue? The prices they charge. I saw one little picture that cost fifty-thousand dollars. They call it, uh, 'Seezan'."
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "Cezanne? Oh, he was a great French painter. I'd like to own that painting."
  • (Kitty March) "You would? For fifty-thousand dollars?"
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "You can't put any price on masterpieces like that. They're worth, well, whatever you can afford to pay for them."
  • (Kitty March) "You know what, Chris? I bet I saw some of your pictures there and didn't know it. Next time I'll look for your name."
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "Oh no no no no no. I, uh -- I don't sell my pictures."
  • (Kitty March) "Well not in New York you mean."
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "No, I- --"
  • (Kitty March) "I know. I bet your sell your pictures in Europe, France or someplace like that. I don't know much about painting, but I bet your get as much for your pictures in France as those Frenchman get right here in New York. You're never appreciated in your own country."
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "Well that's one way of looking at it. But you know when I paint, I don't think of money. I just paint for fun."
  • (Kitty March) "Fun?"
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "Yes. I think it's the most fun I know, painting. I wish I had all the time to paint."
  • (Kitty March) "But don't you have time?"
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "Well you know -- business takes a lot of time."
  • (Kitty March) "I wonder when you get all that money."
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "Hey, did you read this?"
  • (Rosalind Ivan) "Read what?"
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "This murder in Queens. A man killed his wife with the window weight, put her body in the trunk, shipped her to California. It says here --"
  • (Rosalind Ivan) "I've read the paper, thank you. He didn't get away with it, did he? He'll go to the chair, as he should."
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "Yeah, a man hasn't got a chance with these New York detectives."

Margaret Lindsay as Millie Ray

  • (Kitty March) "Who do you think you are? My guardian angel?"
  • (Margaret Lindsay) "Not me, honey. I lost those wings a long time ago."

Rosalind Ivan as Adele Cross

  • (Rosalind Ivan) "Next thing you'll be painting women without clothes."
  • (Edward G. Robinson) "I never saw a woman without any clothes."
  • (Rosalind Ivan) "I should hope not."

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