The Great Race (1965)
Natalie Wood: Maggie Dubois
Maggie DuBois : And because I consider myself sexually free and morally emancipated, I am still a responsible, discriminating woman who does not intend to jump into bed with the first wavy-haired, muscle-bound, egocentric male who thinks he can seduce me by agreeing with some of the things I believe in.
Leslie : I only wanted to kiss you!
Maggie DuBois : Why?
Leslie : Because I love you, that's why!
Maggie DuBois : Ha!
Leslie : You don't believe me, huh?
Maggie DuBois : I do not!
[Leslie stops the car, inches from the finish line]
Maggie DuBois : What are you doing?
Leslie : Proving that I love you.
Maggie DuBois : But you'll lose the race!
Leslie : Can you think of a better way to prove it?
[Leslie kisses Maggie]
Professor Fate : What is the word for "friends"?
Maggie DuBois : Professor...
Professor Fate : Shut up!
Max : I don't know the language.
Professor Fate : Well, get the dictionary!
Max : Dictionary. Right.
[Max flips through the pages]
Max : I got it, I got it.
Professor Fate : What is it, what is it?
Max : [frowns] I can't pronounce it.
[Fate grabs the dictionary]
Professor Fate : Very simple. Dru... Druz...
Maggie DuBois : Druzya.
Professor Fate : Druzya...
[Fate and Max stare at Maggie]
Maggie DuBois : I speak, read, and write French... Russian... and Arabic.
[Leslie encounters Maggie stranded in the desert]
Leslie : I'm offering you a lift.
[Maggie ignores him]
Leslie : Or would you prefer an engraved invitation?
Maggie DuBois : I might consider an apology.
Leslie : An apology? For what? It's twenty miles back to Borracho, you'd never make it.
Maggie DuBois : Well, that's your fault.
Leslie : MY fault?
Maggie DuBois : You mean amazing because I'm a woman.
Maggie DuBois : Max, you little rat! I'll get you for this!