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Videodisc release of the 1954 motion picture
From the play Sabrina fair by Samuel Taylor
The daughter of the chauffeur returns from Paris and dazzles the family's two sons.
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A playboy becomes interested in the daughter of his family's chauffeur. But it's his more serious brother who would be the better man for her.
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Baron St. Fontanel: A woman happily in love, she burns the soufflé. A woman unhappily in love, she forgets to turn on the oven.
Thomas Fairchild: He's still David Larrabee, and you're still the chauffeur's daughter. And you're still reaching for the moon. Sabrina Fairchild: No, father. The moon is reaching for me.
The Professor: Bonjour, mesdames et monsiuers. Yesterday we have learned the correct way how to boil water. Today we will learn the correct way how to crack an egg. Voilà! An egg. Now, an egg is not a stone; it is not made of wood, it is a living thing. It has a heart. So when we crack it, we must not torment it. We must be merciful and execute it quickly, like with the guillotine.
Sabrina: You probably don't believe in marriage. Linus Larrabee: Yes, I do. That's why I never got married. David, however, believes in the tooth fairy. Sabrina: That's why I like him. Linus Larrabee: Well, I like him too. As a matter of fact, I love him. I just don't know what to do with him.
Sabrina: More isn't always better, Linus. Sometimes it's just more.
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