Samson and Delilah (1949)
Angela Lansbury: Semadar
Samson : [reaching for a cluster of grapes that Semadar has held up high] A man shouldn't have to reach at his own wedding feast.
Semadar : The most desirable grapes are always out of reach.
Samson : [reaches again] Not if you reach high enough.
Prince Ahtur : [grabs the cluster of grapes from Semadar's hand] Or wait long enough.
Semadar : You waited too long, Ahtur.
Samson : For what?
Prince Ahtur : Entertainment.
Semadar : Why should our guests care about a stupid game of words?
Prince Ahtur : It's no game to them. It's Danite against Philistine.
Semadar : The wine has dulled their senses.
Prince Ahtur : It hasn't dulled their anger.
Semadar : You're trying to frighten me because you don't want me to marry Samson.
Prince Ahtur : I don't want you to marry Samson but... there's hatred down there at your wedding feast. They think you've joined Samson against us.
Semadar : But I haven't. Tell them I haven't.
Prince Ahtur : No. You tell them the answer to the riddle.
Semadar : But I don't know it.
Prince Ahtur : Unfortunate.
Semadar : Ahtur, Samson has told me nothing.
Prince Ahtur : Surely he'll share the answer with so lovely a bride.
Semadar : But if he won't?
Prince Ahtur : Get it... or death may solve the Danite's riddle.
Semadar : Have you lost your senses? The whole hunting party will be here! The Saran himself is coming from Gaza.
Samson : I know. I came to help him kill the lion.
Semadar : You'd rather help the lion kill the Saran.
Samson : Not until he gives us permission for our marriage.
Semadar : Our marriage? You have lost your senses.
Samson : And my heart.
Semadar : You've whispered that in a lot of pretty ears.
Samson : None as pretty as yours.
Semadar : [Delilah flicks a plum pit at Samson] My sister does her lion hunting with plum pits.
Samson : [to Delilah] Be good, now, or the game may eat the hunter.
Semadar : I can't really blame her for hunting you. Samson, you are rather like a lion.
Samson : Then you should learn more about lion hunting.
Semadar : Proud and strong and fearless.