Rope of Sand 
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Suzanne Renaud: Of course, if you're a man of principle...
Fred Martingale: I take it you're quite experienced.
Suzanne Renaud: The German is brittle. The Frenchman cries l'amour! The American is hoping for the cavalry to come.
Fred Martingale: And what do Englishmen do?
Suzanne Renaud: They pay.
Suzanne Renaud: Now do you want to kiss me?
Fred Martingale: N - no, I think not. You'd better keep your kisses for emergencies.
Toady: Consider the diamond itself for instance. Carbon, soot, chemically speaking. And yet the hardest of all matters. So hard, in fact, that whatever it touches must suffer: glass, steel, the human soul.
Toady: I am here, free as the wind, fountain of extraordinary knowledge, splendidly corrupt and eager to be of profitable service.
Fred Martingale: I'm being constantly disillusioned. Has money completely lost its power? Is everyone motivated now by love?
Mike Davis: If you ever tried to get away from me, I'd follow you 'til I wore the earth smooth.