Sayonara

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Sayonara is 1952 film about an American United States Air Force pilot during the Korean War.

Directed by Joshua Logan. Written by Paul Osborn, based on the eponymous 1954 novel by James Michener.
- And then she said, "I am not allowed to love. But I will love you if that is your desire . . ."taglines

Dialogue[edit]

Hana-ogi: It is very difficult for Japanese women to speak in public. I have never done so, but, perhaps, now it is the time. Major Gruver has asked me to be his - his wife. He knows there are many people in his country who will be disturbed by this. I know my people will be shocked, too. But, I hope they will learn to understand and, someday, approve. We are not afraid because we know this is right. I hope I can continue as a dancer, and I hope when I am old, I will be able to teach children to dance. My own children.
Reporter: Major? The big brass are gonna yell their heads off about this, and the Japanese aren't gonna like it much either. Have you got anything to say to them, sir?
Major Lloyd "Ace" Gruver, USAF: Yeah. Tell 'em we said, "Sayonara."

Taglines[edit]

  • - And then she said, "I am not allowed to love. But I will love you if that is your desire . . ."
  • THEY LIVE JAMES A. MICHENER'S STORY OF DEFIANT DESIRE.

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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