Summer Magic (1963)
Deborah Walley: Julia Carey
Julia Carey : Oh, Nancy, it's all been my fault. I'll do my share of the chores from now on, and I'll never mention the Fergusons again. Oh, and my dresses weren't even imported, I made them myself!
Nancy Carey : You did? Oh, Julia, if I do all the dishes, will you help me with my dress for the housewarming? When it comes to sewing, I'm all thumbs!
Margaret Carey : Julia, dear!
Julia Carey : Aunt Margaret!
Margaret Carey : Welcome to the yellow house! How was your trip?
Julia Carey : How, it was dreadful! No parlor car on the train, and this wilderness! When I think of last summer, of the glorious times Gladys Ferguson and I had! But I must remember the last thing dear Mrs. Ferguson said to me, "Don't let poverty drag you down, Julia. Keep high thoughts and try not to let them get soiled by the grime of daily living."
Nancy Carey : Oh, lovely! Especially the part about the grime of daily living.