Best On Screen Pick Up Lines Ever

Here are some really interesting and sizzling one liners that were meant to catch the eye of lovers and others.

“Well, Max, here we are:  middle-aged man reaffirming his middle-aged manhood and a terrified young woman with a father complex.  What sort of script do you think we can make out of this?” – Faye Dunaway to William Holden in Network, 1976.


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“You know the sort of girl who doesn’t sleep with a man on a first date?  Well, I’m not one of those.” – Emma Thompson to Jeff Goldblum in The Tall Guy, 1990.

“I’ve arrived at the age where a platonic relationship can be sustained on the highest moral plane.” – Charlie Chaplin to Claire Bloom in Limelight, 1952.

“Let’s get married and if that doesn’t work out we’ll live together and if that doesn’t work out we’ll date.” – Randy Quaid in Lightning, 1996.


“Well, I’ll tell you the truth now.  l ain’t a real cowboy, but I’m one helluva stud.” – Jon Voight in Midnight Cowboy, 1969.

“How about coming up to my place for a spot of heavy breathing?” – Walter Mathau to Carol Burnett in Pete ‘n’ Tillie, 1972.

“Why don’t you get out of that wet coat and into a dry martini?” – Robert Benchley to Ginger Rogers in The Major and the Minor, 1942.


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“You’re the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen, which doesn’t say much for you.” – Groucho Marx in Duck Soup, 1933.


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“I used to live like Robinson Crusoe, shipwrecked among eight million people.  Then one day,  I saw a footprint in the sand, and there you were.” – Jack Lemmon says this to Shirley MacClaine in the Apartment, 1960.

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