Romantic Pick Up Lines
Part of the charm of romantic movies of the 1930s and 40s were some very famous pick-up lines such as “I’d like to run barefoot through your hair," in “Bombshell" with Jean Harlow and Franchot Tone. These lines were often said with a wink, a lift of a brow or a sexy whisper, but their intent made the impact of an arrow and we love them.
“Was that cannon fire, or is it my heart pounding?" Ilsa in “Casablanca" with Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart. Warner Bros. 1942, directed by Michael Curtiz.
2) The Public Enemy
“You’re a swell dish. I think I’m gonna go for you," Tom in “Public Enemy" with James Cagney and Mae Clarke. Warner Bros. 1931, directed by William Wellman.
3) A Guy Named Joe
“Everything wrong with you I like," Captain Randall in “A Guy Named Joe" with Van Johnson and Irene Dunne. MGM 1944, directed by Victor Fleming.
4) China Seas
“If you aren’t decent, boyfriend, you’ll do until something decent comes along." Dolly in “China Seas" with Jean Harlow and Clark Gable. MGM 1935, directed by Tay Garnett.
5) The Man Who Came to Dinner
“I guess you are sort of attractive, in a corn-fed sort of way. You can’t find yourself a poor girl falling for you if – well, if you threw in a set of dishes," Maggie in “The Man Who Came To Dinner" with Bette Davis and Richard Travis. Warner Bros. 1942, directed by William Keighley.
6) Across the Pacific
“We’re going to know each other eventually, why not now?" Rick in “Across the Pacific" with Humphrey Bogart and Mary Astor. Warner Bros. 1942, directed by John Huston and Vincent Sherman.
“Here’s looking at you kid," Rick in “Casablanca" with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Warner Bros. 1942, directed by Michael Curtiz.
8) Red Dust
“Mind if I get drunk with you?" Vantine in “Red Dust" with Jean Harlow and Clark Gable. MGM 1932, directed by Victor Fleming.
9) Johnny Eager
“Oh, now don’t turn ordinary on me, I get tired of ordinary dames. And I don’t want to get tired of you," Johnny in “Johnny Eager" with Robert Taylor and Lana Turner. MGM. 1943, directed by Mervyn Leroy
10) The Public Enemy
“I'm not accustomed to riding with strangers," Gwen. "We're not gonna be strangers," Tom in “Public Enemy" with Jean Harlow and James Cagney. Warner Bros. 1931, directed by William Wellman.