sand and sea seems to bring out the best, and sometimes funniest, romantic dialogue in films and books. A few of
our favorite beach dialogue moments from "Grease" to "From Here
to Eternity" and even "Airplane!" may inspire you to take to the
Sandy: I’m going back to Australia. I might
never see you again.
Danny: Don’t talk that way Sandy.
Sandy: But it’s true. I’ve just had the best
summer of my life and now I have to go away. It isn’t fair. (They kiss)
Sandy: No, you’ll spoil it.
Danny: It’s not spoiling it, Sandy. It’s only
making it better.
Of course, no study on romantic beach scenes is complete
without mentioning the iconic “From Here to Eternity” beach scene. You might
remember this as the scene from the famous black and white movie with the
couple kissing in the sand with waves crashing over them. There’s dialogue in
this scene as well; we were surprised too!
#4) From Here to
Karen: I never knew it could be like this. Nobody ever kissed me the way you do.
Karen: No, nobody.
Warden: Not even one? Out of all the many men you've been kissed by?
Well, that will take some figuring. How many men do you think there’ve been?
I wouldn't know. Can't you give me a rough estimate?
Not without an adding machine. Do you have your adding machine with you?
And, finally, the iconic beach scene from “From Here to
Eternity” wouldn’t be complete without a parody. So it seems appropriate to
close with the beach scene from the movie, “Airplane!” After Ted and Elaine
kiss in the sand with waves rolling over them, Ted reveals his news to Elaine.
Ted Striker: My orders came through. My squadron
ships out tomorrow. We’re bombing the storage depots at Daiquiri at 1800 hours.
We’re coming in from the north, below their radar.