Simone Signoret in “Casque D’Or” (1952)
Dialogue between Marie (Simone Signoret) and George Manda (Serge Reggiani) in “Casque d’Or” (English subtitles)
Manda is leaving the open air dance hall after dancing with Marie and having to tangle with Roland:
Marie: I wanted to say goodbye.
Manda: So long.
After Leca offers to buy Marie, she goes to the carpenter shop to see Manda. They are kissing when his fiancée interrupts:
Marie: I wanted to see you so I came by cab.
Léonie Danard: Georges. Supper’s not over.
Marie: Who’s that?
Léonie Danard: I should ask you that. Did he say he was engaged?
Marie: I couldn’t have guessed. So long.
Marie: Cheers, buster!
Léonie Danard: You whore!
Manda: (Stops her from attacking Léonie) You better go.
Marie: (slaps Manda in the face) Sorry, I got it yesterday. Now we’re even.
At the cafe L’Ange Gabriel:
Manda: Marie, I’ve come to get you.
Marie: That’s nice. Isn’t it, Julie? I think there’s someone who wants to say hello. (Pointing to Roland who is dancing)
Marie and Manda go for a walk in the countryside:
Marie: This is swell. I’m staying here. (she sits down in the grass while he whittles on a stick)
Marie: Give me your stick. (He does. She puts it down). Kiss me, Manda.
Marie and Manda hear a service going on as they walk by a church:
Marie: It’s not Sunday.
Manda: Must be a funeral.
Marie: (Peeking in the church door). Come in.
Manda: Let’s go.
Marie: It’s a wedding. Let’s watch. Do it for me.
Manda: Oh, all right.
Manda: (After they watch for a minute) Shall we go?
Marie: Manda, do you love me?
Manda: (He doesn’t respond, then after another minute) Let’s go.
Outside the church, he spots two men with bikes:
Manda: See that?
Marie: It’s Felix.
Manda: Sure enough. He’s waving to us.
Marie: He seems in a good mood. That’s funny. What’s he doing here?
Manda: We’ll find out.
After some chit chat with Marie, Felix Leca gets on his bike and starts off. Then stops and tells Manda that it’s safe for him to go back to Paris because Raymond has been arrested for Roland’s murder.
Ma Eugene bids goodnight to Manda, who is sitting on the stoop smoking. Marie comes out:
Marie: Come to bed, Manda.
Marie: (in bed, whispering) Stop thinking about it. Think about me
Manda: I always think about you.
And that, tout le monde, was the extent of the dialogue between the two lovers. When Marie woke up, Manda was gone. He went off to the police to turn himself in.