[frequently repeated phrase]
Pippo Popolino: Farffel farffel pippick.
[the Doge formally toasts Casanova]
Lucio: [Whispering warningly so that others at the table don't here] Don't toast YOURSELF!
Pippo Popolino: The wine's free and I'm thirsty!
Lucio: [Whispering in his ear again] Mind your manners!
Pippo Popolino: Oh, please stop nibbling on my ear. Don't let this beauty mark fool you, too.
Pippo Popolino: Don't be frightened, Francesca. I'm scared enough for all of us.
Pippo Popolino: [as Francesca seduces him into playing Casanova with a kiss] It's just like I always suspected: girls are softer than fellas. If this is the way they live in Venice, let's hurry! We can still catch the 7:15 gondola!
Pippo Popolino: [to Maggioni] Oh, please, spare my miserable life! I'll work off the debt! I'll make more wine for you. I've got big feet! What grapes I can't trample on I can sit on!
Pippo Popolino: What's Casanova got that, if I had, I probably couldn't handle anyway?
Casanova: Pippo, I need your horse. He isn't much but he's better then running down the road on foot.
Pippo Popolino: Run?
Pippo Popolino: But why should My Lord run? Everybody's waiting in the kitchen to get paid.
Casanova: Exactly why, my friend. I haven't a ducat.
Pippo Popolino: Casanova penniless? Oh, but you owe them a fortune. They'll be bankrupt.
Casanova: I know. It's very sad. The whole time I am running, there will be tears in my eyes.
Raphael, Duc of Castelbello: [finding it difficult to believe Pippo is Casanova] Uh, you were described to us as, uh, regal, handsome, intelligent, virile, uh...
Pippo Popolino: That's good enough for mixed company, but then, after all, none of us look too good in the morning, especially after a night out - and what a night I had out.
Lucio: Signora Bruni, there is nothing in Casanova's technique I have not seen through keyholes or heard through closed doors.
Maria: Casanova, in person?
Pippo Popolino: In person, in love, and in a hurry. Kiss me!
[Pippo embraces Maria fiercely]
Maria: Oh, sir, you're too impetuous.
Pippo Popolino: I have to work fast. Venice is a big city. I'm getting to the age where I can only work a couple of canals a day.
Maria: But there should always be some polite conversation first.
Pippo Popolino: Well, if you insist on formalities - "Delightful weather we're having." Conversation over. Kiss me!
Pippo Popolino: I have been a great lover for over twenty years, man and boy. The boy's worn out, but the man...? Hm! Ask any woman in Italy.
Pippo Popolino: Oh, now, let's make a deal. I won't kill any of you if you don't kill any of me.
Pippo Popolino: Oh, you look so pretty. I can't think of anybody I'd rather have my throat cut with.
Pippo Popolino: Oh, and by the way, leave your name and address with my valet. If I can't call you, maybe he will. He's skinny but fun.
Pippo Popolino: Women are like oranges. You've squeezed one, you've squeezed them all.
Pippo Popolino: What time is it?
Prisoner: About seventeen-fifty-eight.
Pippo Popolino: I can't let her down. I'd never be able to look another needle in the eye.
Pippo Popolino: [Bob Hope as himself] What's the matter with this theater? Don't they sell popcorn?
Elena Di Gambetta: Goodbye, Casanova. You're a very gallant gentleman. You have loved many women but I am your greatest conquest of all for I shall remember you like this for the rest of my life.