Daily Dialogue — March 12, 2013

March 12th, 2013 by

“Thank heaven, for little girls. For little girls grow bigger every day…”

Gigi (1958), Alan Jay Lerner (screenplay), Colette (novel)

The Daily Dialogue theme for the week is innuendo, suggested by Hawkewood.

Trivia: After Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe had composed a few songs, they took them to Maurice Chevalier who loved them and immediately agreed to star in the film.

Dialogue On Dialogue: There are all sorts of innuendo and this one is a case of accidental innuendo.

Now people, we need you to step up to the plate and swing for the fences. In other words, I need your help with suggestions this week. Or else I’ll be reduced to trawling through my memory cells for examples of innuendos.

3 thoughts on “Daily Dialogue — March 12, 2013

  1. The Lady Eve, written by Preston Sturges 1941

    TRIVIA: Preston Sturges wrote the script in Reno, Nevada, while awaiting his third divorce.


    Such a sultry scene, with seemingly harmless dialogue. A classic scene when innuendo is both seen and heard.

    1. Scott says:

      Great one, Traci. Man, Stanwyck really generating heat in that scene. Look for it tomorrow and thanks!

    2. SabinaGiado says:


      In keeping with the musical theme started above…I didn’t realize what Mrs. Banks was ACTUALLY saying till I was much older…

      “Political equality and equal rights with men…”

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