Robin Hood (2010)
Cate Blanchett: Marion Loxley
Marion Loxley : I was an old maid when Robert courted me. I was a daughter of a respectable widow with a thimbleful of noble blood. We were wed, and then a week later he left to join ship for France and the Holy Lands. And that was my married life, to a man I hardly knew.
Robin Longstride : A good knight.
Marion Loxley : Short but sweet.
Robin Longstride : I mean he was a good knight.
Marion Loxley : Oh.
Robin Longstride : A good knight at arms. A soldier.
Marion Loxley : [Stammering] Oh, yes, my knight-in-arms, even so. And I in his.
Marion Loxley : Greenwood became the outlaw's friend, orphan boys welcome, there was no tax, no tides, no rich, no poor, fair trades at the table, many wrongs to be righted in the country of King John, watch over us Walter.
Marion Loxley : I trust you had an historic evening.
Marion Loxley : It seems we are to share my chamber. A ruse to convince the servants.
Robin Longstride : Well, if the aim is deception, should you not be addressing me as "My husband" or "My dear"?
Marion Loxley : [Scoffs] Don't be ridiculous.
[Marion walks alone toward the stairs while Robin remains seated]
Marion Loxley : Well, are you coming or not?
Robin Longstride : Ask me nicely.
Marion Loxley : Please, dear husband, will you share my chamber.
[Marion drops into a half-curtsy and whistles for the dogs as she walks up the stairs]