[Marty (Ernest Borgnine) and Clara (Betsy Blair) sit side by side in the dining room. Marty has tried to kiss Clara; she's said no.]From Marty (1955), directed by Delbert Mann, screenplay by Paddy Chayefsky
Marty: Well, I'm old enough to know better. Comes New Year's Eve, everybody starts arranging parties. I'm the guy they gotta dig up a date for. I'll just get a pack of cigarettes and take --
Clara: I'd like to see you again. Very much. The reason I didn't let you kiss me was because I just didn't know how to -- handle the situation. You're the kindest man I ever met. The reason I tell you this is because I want to see you again, very much. I know that when you take me home I'm just going to lie on my bed and think about you. I want very much to see you again.
Marty: What are you doing tomorrow night?
Marty: I'll call you up tomorrow. Maybe we'll go see a movie.
Clara: I'd like that, very much.
Marty: The reason I can't be more definite now is because my Aunt Catherine is probably coming over tomorrow. I may have to help out.
Clara: I'll wait for your call.
Marty: I better take you home now. [They stand.] It's getting late and the busses only run about one an hour.
Clara: All right.
Marty: I'll just get a pack of cigarettes. [Marty walks to the dresser, gets the cigarettes, comes back. He and Clara now stand face to face.]
Marty: What are you doing New Year's Eve?
What am I doing New Year's Eve? Transcribing this dialogue, before sharing a bottle of wine with my wife.
Happy New Year.