Hello, I'm Your Aunt!
Hello, I'm Your Aunt! (Russian: Здравствуйте, я ваша тётя!, Transliteration: Zdravstvuyte, ya vasha tyotya!) is a Soviet 1975 comedy film directed by Viktor Titov and is loosely based on the play Charley's Aunt by Brandon Thomas. Runtime - 98 min. Produced by T/O Ekran. The film was an immense hit; many lines of dialogue subsequently became catch phrases themselves.
- Babbs: I am Charlie's aunt! I arrived from Brazil, the country of a lot of wild monkeys!
- Colonel Chesney: I am an old soldier! and I know not the language of love! But when I first met you, Donna Rosa, I felt like a weary wayfarer who, at the ebb of his life... on a sunlit field... saw, Donna Rrrosa! a tender violet! (A part) Man, I'm good.
- Babbs: No, no, no! He is not in love with me! He is in love with my millions!
- Dona Rosa: It's hard to believe you lived in Brazil. For example all ladies there smoke cigars just like men. Do you have this habit?
- Babbs: I adore cigars. Let's smoke! In our Brazilian way!
- Brasset: What do you want, sir?
- Babbs: Are you mad? I'm not sir, am I?
- Brasset: Excuse me, milady.
- Babbs: Milady wants a little glass of Cognac very much.
- Charlie: Why? why did you brute have to make fun of him?
- Babbs: I had to torture him a little bit, hadn't I?
- Judge Crigg: At least a kiss! I entreat you... Rosalia!
- Babbs: (after securing the marriage permission) I'll kiss you. Later. If you still want it.
- Jackie Chesney: Some gin? Brandy? Rum?
- Policeman: I'm in service, Sir.
- Jackie Chesney: It means — whisky.
- Alexander Kalyagin - Babbs Babberley
- Tamara Nosova - Donna Rosa d'Alvadorez (note - Donna Lucia in the play)
- Tatyana Vedeneyeva - Ela Delahay
- Valentin Gaft - Brasset the footman
- Mikhail Lyubeznov - Charley Wyckham
- Oleg Shklovsky - Jackie Chesney
- Mikhail Kozakov - Colonel Sir Francis Chesney
- Armen Dzhigarkhanyan - Judge Criggs
- Galina Orlova - Bettie
- Tatyana Vasilyeva - Annie
- Viktor Gajnov
- Vladimir Korovkin
- Nikolai Tagin
- Anton Makarov
- Anatoli Malashkin
- Yuri Prokhorov
- Rogvold Sukhoverko
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