A House Is Not a Home (1964)
Casey Booth: I can't tell you how many times I started to come back to New York. I just couldn't forget you. Polly, I can't fight it forever. Tonight I sat and waited for you to come in nervous as a school kid on his first date, not knowing what you'd say when you saw me. Polly, that night that I acted like such a heel you must have known it was because I loved you.
Polly Adler: I loved you too, Casey.
Casey Booth: I still hate what you stand for. I still despise what you're doing. But I'm still in love with you and there is nothing I can do about it. Polly, marry me.
Polly Adler: Oh, Casey. Only you and your Never Never Land could believe such a thing was possible. People just won't let it happen, Casey. They would never let you forget that you're married to madam Polly Adler.
Casey Booth: We'll go some place where nobody knows us. Nobody to point fingers at us. Nobody to call names.
Polly Adler: Oh, Casey. I just don't know.
Casey Booth: Look, Polly I've come back. I came back because I love you. Isn't that enough?
Polly Adler: Oh, Casey. Don't you think I want to believe it... that I want to think it so? But I just don't know. I'm confused... and afraid.
Casey Booth: We've got one life time. One life time. And there's not that much happiness to throw ours away.