AMY JOLLY: Will you be gone long? When will I see you again?
TOM BROWN: Maybe never. Something tells me I'm not coming back this time.
AMY JOLLY: Don't go.
TOM BROWN: That's just what I was thinking. I could desert and board a freighter for Europe tonight
AMY JOLLY: Why don't you?
Gary Cooper as Tom Brown: I would in a minute if you'd go with me. Will you?.
Marlene Dietrich as Amy Jolly: Yes. I'll be back. Wait for me.?
TOM BROWN: That's right. They never asked me and if they had I wouldn't have told. When I crashed the Legion, I ditched the past.
AMY JOLLY: There's a foreign legion of women, too. But we have no uniforms, no flags, and no medals when we are brave; no wound stripes when we are hurt.
TOM BROWN: Look here, is there anything I can do to help you?
AMY JOLLY: No. I've thought that before. Or, do you think you can restore my faith in men?
TOM BROWN: Not me. You got the wrong man for that! Anybody who has faith in me is a sucker.
AMY JOLLY: You better go now. I am beginning to like you.
TOM BROWN: I've told women about everything a man can say. I'm going to tell you something I've never told a woman before: I wish I'd met you ten years ago.
From Morocco movie, you can watch video songs as What Am I Bid for My Apple (music by Karl Hajos, lyrics by Leo Robin) and When love dies (music by Octave Crémieux, lyrics by Georges Millandy), both sung by Marlene Dietrich.
Directed by Josef von Sternberg
Produced by Hector Turnbull
Screenplay by Jules Furthman
Based on the play "Amy Jolly" by Benno Vigny
Starring: Gary Cooper, Marlene Dietrich, Adolphe Menjou
Music by Karl Hajos
Cinematography Lee Garmes
Edited by Sam Winston
Production company: Paramount Pictures
Release date: November 14, 1930 (US)
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