Hedy Lamarr: Gaby
Gaby : It's late. I must go.
Pepe le Moko : Suppose you don't come tomorrow?
Gaby : Suppose I don't? Can't you ever get away from the Casbah?
Pepe le Moko : Why do you ask?
Gaby : Can't you?
Pepe le Moko : No. I'm caught here, like a bear in a hole. Dogs barking, hunters all around, no way out of it. Do you like that? Maybe it's lucky for you.
Gaby : I don't like it. And it's not lucky.
Pepe le Moko : You're right. If you don't come back, I might do anything. I might go down to your hotel to get you.
Gaby : Tomorrow, Pepe.
Pepe le Moko : Tomorrow?
Gaby : I never break a promise.
Gaby : If I can't see Paris when I open my eyes in the morning, I want to go right back to sleep.
Gaby : That's my trouble. I'm such a fool. I go dreaming about the wrong things.
Pepe le Moko : [admiring Gaby's diamond bracelet] This is something.
Gaby : Isn't it. And it hardly weighs anything. Look.
Pepe le Moko : At least 20,000 francs, hmm?
Gaby : Add a zero.
Pepe le Moko : Oh, I mean, what I would get for it.
Pepe le Moko : Here, put it on again.
Gaby : You put it on.
Pepe le Moko : Do you know what you are to me? Paris. That's you. Paris. With you, I escape. Follow me? The whole town. A Spring morning in Paris. You're lovely. You're marvelous. And you know what you remind me of? The subway. Close your eyes. Listen. Can you hear it?
Gaby : That's my heart beating.
Pepe le Moko : Does it go like a subway train?
Gaby : Faster.
Pepe le Moko : You're all silk and you jingle when you walk and with all that chichi you make me think of the subway. Isn't that funny?
Andre Giraux : Where are you going?
Gaby : A walk.
Andre Giraux : But where?
Gaby : On the Champs-Élysées.
Andre Giraux : May I ask you to give me a sensible answer.
Gaby : Then ask a sensible question. Where could I go? I don't know anyone in Algiers. I just walk straight ahead.
Andre Giraux : Straight ahead? And where does that take you?
Gaby : I'll know when I get there.