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Gilda (1946) is a black-and-white film noir directed by Charles Vidor.

Written by Jo Eisinger (adaptation) and E.A. Ellington (story). Directed by Charles Vidor.
"I was true to one man once... and look what happened..."

Gilda Mundson Farrell

  • If I'd been a ranch, they would have named me "The Bar Nothing."
  • I can never get a zipper to close. Maybe that stands for something, what do you think?
  • Johnny. Such a hard name to remember. And so easy to forget.
  • Put the blame on Mame. (title of the song Gilda sings)
  • Hate is an exciting emotion...haven't you noticed? Very exciting. I hate you too, Johnny. I hate you so much, I think I'm going to die from it...darling...I think I'm going to die from it.

Johnny Farrell

  • Pardon me, but your husband is showing.


Ballin: Gilda, are you decent?
Gilda: Me? Sure...I'm decent.

Johnny: Doesn't it bother you at all that you're married?
Gilda: What I want to know is, does it bother you?

Detective Obregon: You two kids love each other pretty terribly, don't you?
Johnny Farrell: I hate her!
Obregon: That's what I mean. It's the most curious love-hate pattern I've ever had the privilege of witnessing.

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