Richard Sturges: You crazy woman. You're talking about the most important thing in my life. I have plans for Norman. Julia Sturges: What plans? That he should grow up to be you? Richard Sturges:
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Titanic 1953
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Richard Sturges:
You crazy woman. You're talking about the most important thing in my life. I have plans for Norman.
Julia Sturges:
What plans? That he should grow up to be you?
Richard Sturges:
Possibly. I'm satisfied. Is it so extraordinary that I should want to have some hint, some portion of myself survive?
Julia Sturges:
Some portion of... Oh yes, I forgot, the best dressed man of his day. That's what they're going to put on your tombstone. Well, that may be all right for you, but I won't have it for Norman. He stays with me!

Transcript:
But that's the way
it's going to be!
You crazy woman. You're talking about
the most important thing in my life.
- I have plans for Norman. - That
he should grow up to be you?
Possibly. I'm satisfied.
Is it so extraordinary that I should want
to have some portion of myself survive?
Some portion of your...? Oh, yes, I
forgot. The best-dressed man of his day.
That's what they're going
to write on your tombstone.
But I won't have it for Norman.
He stays with me!
My dear Julia, I've been
around enough bridge tables
to recognise someone who
is holding a high trump.
Play it now, if you're going to.
We'll discuss it later.
Now!
All right, Richard.
One question first?
If it's about Norman,
you know the answer.
No court in the world, no power under
heaven can force me to give up my son.
He is not your son.

Clip duration: 65 seconds
Views: 9
Timestamp in movie: 00:35:44
Uploaded: 23 September, 2021
Genres: drama, history, romance
Summary: An unhappily married couple struggle to deal with their problems while on board the ill-fated ship.


Actors

Julia Sturges - Barbara Stanwyck