Eloise Winters:I was a good girl once.
Eloise Winters:[to Walt and referring to her dress and Boise, Idaho]Does it look awfully "Boisey" to you?
Mary Jane:That's all right. After all - I could have been the girl in the brown and white dress. Anyone could have.
Eloise Winters:Poor Uncle Wiggily.
Mary Jane:[referring to Miriam Ball]She must advertise in locker rooms.
Eloise Winters:Just two puffs on a cigarette and I'll be happy.
Eloise Winters:[referring to Walt's apartment]This room has a split personality. This half is so clean and... this half is so... it must have taken years to accumulate this mess.
Lewis H. Wengler:Well, I don't think I could hit a woman.
Eloise Winters:Well, try it sometimes. It's a wonderful feeling.
Eloise Winters:You dance with Mary Jane. I'm going to smoke a Parliament.
Walt Dreiser:[to Eloise]May I kiss you the way I would a rich and loathsome aunt?
Henry Winters:These skyscrapers are magnificent. I'll take these over mountains in Idaho any day.
Henry Winters:Well, I'm from the West. He'll expect me to be gruff.
Eloise Winters:Can't I stay dad?
Henry Winters:This will be man to man talk. You never know what language will be used.
Henry Winters:I'm afraid son she's an outraged mother.
Henry Winters:Don't worry about Mrs. Winters. We have a large house with 5 bathrooms.
Mary Jane:Oh, it's such a good idea having men in this world, wasn't it?
Eloise Winters:If I said what I felt, I'd start to cry. And I won't cry in a cocktail lounge.
Walt Dreiser:Know what darling?
Walt Dreiser:You have such aristocratic eyes, even if they are filled with tears.
Walt Dreiser:I do love you El. I'll tell you twice so you don't have to ask me again. I love you.