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Camille:In gay parlance, a person who goes from one tragic love-affair to the next, especially one who delights in his misfortune, based on the character played by Greta Garbo in the movie of the same name.
Quote: Marguerite Gautier (Greta Garbo) to Armand Duval (Robert Taylor) in Camille (1936):
See Also: Camille
Quotes Containing Camille:
Armand Duval (Robert Taylor) to Marguerite Gautier (Greta Garbo) in Camille (1936): ''No good can come to either of us without the other.''
Marguerite Gautier (Greta Garbo) to Armand Duval (Robert Taylor) in Camille (1936): 'I've loved you as much as I could love . If that wasn't enough I'm not to blame. We don't make our own hearts. '
Norma Lindt (Evelyn Ankers) and Ferdie Jones (Lou Costello) in Hold That Ghost (1941): - Norma: 'What happened to Camille?' - Ferdie: 'Me and her had a runaway marriage .' - Norma: 'A runaway marriage?' - Ferdie: 'Yeah. She got the marriage license and I run away.'
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