Barbara: Danny, you're a nice guy and a loyal friend, and in my own selfish, devious way I'm very much in love with you. Oh, Danny, I hope it's a musical. Oh, I'd love to dance again. Or a love story. Oh, I'd give anything to play love scenes like I saw this morning. Scenes with Jerry Hearndan. You know we did three pictures together? "I have a memory of you for my eyes, thoughts of you for my mind, and the touch of you for all of me." Or something like that. And then we did A Night in Paris together.
Danny: Barbara, you were much younger then.
Barbara: Go to the devil!
Danny: Now, Barbara, honey, this is 1959, 25 years from A Night in Paris and 26 years since you made Farewell Without Tears. That room across the hall is dark, it's damp, it's full of cobwebs. Come on, honey, snap out of it! Snap out of this kick. You get your war paint on, and I'll meet you over at Sall's office at three o'clock, Okay?