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ARIANE CHAVASSE: In a way, I'm rather glad you're leaving tonight.
FRANK FLANNAGAN: You are?
ARIANE CHAVASSE: It makes everything simpler.
That's the way it should be: no involvements, no complications, no danger.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: None at all.
FRANK FLANNAGAN: The trouble is, people get too attached to each other, things drag on scenes, tears. Everything gets so maudlin. I think people should always behave as though they were between planes.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: Very sound, Mr. Flannagan.
FRANK FLANNAGAN: It's basic.
He who loves and runs away, lives to love another day.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: I must remember that.
FRANK FLANNAGAN: Works out great.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: Works for you.
FRANK FLANNAGAN: No, all around. Everybody's happy, nobody gets hurt.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: How about Francesca del Corso?
FRANK FLANNAGAN: Francesca del who?
ARIANE CHAVASSE: Del Corso, the one in Venice who tried to commit...
FRANK FLANNAGAN: I'm glad you brought her up. That's exactly the type to stay away from. Silly, sentimental, serious. It turned out I was the first man she'd ever been in love with. I suppose most girls are sentimental about their first love.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: I suppose so.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: Good afternoon, Mr. Flannagan.
FRANK FLANNAGAN: Hi.
Good afternoon, gentlemen, I see nothing has changed.
FRANK FLANNAGAN: Once you've got a winning combination, why mess around with it?
ARIANE CHAVASSE: It's going to seem a little strange and lonely after you've gone at least for the first few afternoons.
FRANK FLANNAGAN: You'll be all right.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: We did have a good time, didn't we?
FRANK FLANNAGAN: The best.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: Will you be coming back to Paris next year?
FRANK FLANNAGAN: I guess so, if I'm in the neighborhood.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: Then maybe I'd better check at the Ritz once in a while if I'm in the neighborhood.
Well, take care of yourself, thin girl.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: I will, Mr. Flannagan.
FRANK FLANNAGAN: What's the matter?
ARIANE CHAVASSE: Nothing. It's nothing, really. It's the soot. Always happens to me in railroad stations. I'm susceptible. May I?
FRANK FLANNAGAN: Well, I guess I'd... Goodbye, thin girl.
ARIANE CHAVASSE: Goodbye, Mr. Flannagan.
FRANK FLANNAGAN: You promised!
ARIANE CHAVASSE: You don't have to worry about me. There have been so many men before, there'll be so many after this. It's going to be another one of those crazy years. While you're in Cannes, I'll be in Brussels with the banker. He wants to give me a Mercedes Benz, a blue one, it's my favorite color. And while you're in Athens, I'll be with the duke again, in Scotland. But I don't know whether I'll go yet. Another man asked me to spend the summer with him in Deauville. He owns racehorses. He's very rich. He's No. 20, I mean 21, you're No. 20. So you see, Mr. Flannagan, I'll be perfectly all right. I'll... I'll be all right. Mr. Flannagan, what are you doing?
FRANK FLANNAGAN: Be quiet, Ariane, be quiet.
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