Sabrina (1995) Movie

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Ratings / Votes
6.0/ 10 (21210 Votes)

MPAA Ratings
Rated PG for some mild language

Production Company
Constellation Entertainment [us]
Mirage Enterprises [us]
Mont Blanc Entertainment GmbH [de]
Paramount Pictures [us]
Sandollar Productions

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors


Release Date
(USA) - 15 December 1995
(Japan) - 23 December 1995
(Germany) - 11 January 1996
(UK) - 26 January 1996
(Spain) - 30 January 1996

Running Time

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affection, american-abroad, based-on-play, brother-brother-relationship, business-deal, business-merger, business-tycoon, businessman, character-name-in-title, chauffeur, cinderella, color-remake-of-black-and-white-film, coming-of-age, computer, concorde, estate, fairy-tale, family-relationships, father-son-relationship, fiancé-fiancée-relationship, forbidden-love, helicopter, living-above-a-garage, long-island-new-york, love,

Technical Support
LAB:Technicolor, New York (NY), USA - (dailies)
MET:3574 m
OFM:35 mm
PFM:35 mm
RAT:1.85 : 1

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Full Cast

  1. Asai, Woodrow W. as (uncredited) [Japanese Businessman]
  2. Becker, Randy as [Trainer] <53>
  3. Benn, J.B. as [Magician] <45>
  4. Boone, Alan as [Paris Friend] <42>
  5. Borgman, Eric Bruno as (uncredited) [Airport Employee]
  6. Bruel, Patrick as [Louis] <14>
  7. Chase, Gregory as [Ron] <18>
  8. Cline, Michael (I) as (uncredited) [Head Butler]
  9. Connelly, Ed as [Gulf Stream Pilot] <47>
  10. Crenna, Richard as [Patrick Tyson] <6>
  11. Dees, Michael (I) as [Singer at Larrabee Party] <22>
  12. Del Gaudio, Christopher as (uncredited) [Businessman in Window]
  13. Ford, Harrison (I) as [Linus Larrabee] <1>
  14. Forster-Delmas, Patrick as (as Patrick Forster Delmas) [Paris Friend] <43>
  15. Gallienne, Guillaume as [Assistant] <29>
  16. Genty, François as [Make-Up Assistant] <28>
  17. Giamatti, Paul as [Scott] <16>
  18. Holmes, Denis as [Butler] <23>
  19. Jolie MĂ´me, Compagnie as (as La Compagnie Jolie MĂ´me) [Street Singers] <57>
  20. Kinnear, Greg as [David Larrabee] <3>
  21. Lum, Alvin as [Tyson Butler] <50>
  22. MacDonald, Kenneth A. as [Beggar] <49>
  23. Matsuo, Kentaro as [Paris Friend] <44>
  24. McKernan, Peter as [Helicopter Pilot] <46>
  25. Mondal, Anthony as (as Saikat Mondal) [Moroccan Waiter] <55>
  26. Nee, Phil as [Father in Hospital] <52>
  27. Parks, Peter (I) as [Senator] <56>
  28. Quinn, Jerry as (uncredited) [Pizza Patron]
  29. Schwary, Ronald L. as (as Ronald Schwary) [Sheik] <48>
  30. Tartini, Stefano as [Model] <38>
  31. Vennema, John C. as [Ron] <17>
  32. Wheeler, Ira as [Bartender] <25>
  33. Wood, John (I) as [Fairchild] <5>
  34. Ardant, Fanny as [Irene] <12>
  35. Ayako (I) as [India] <27>
  36. Baker, Becky Ann as [Linda] <15>
  37. Behalikova, Andrea as [Model] <34>
  38. Browning, Susan as [Secretary] <54>
  39. Chaplin, Carmen as [Paris Friend] <39>
  40. Colon, Miriam as [Rosa] <10>
  41. Cooper, Philippa (I) as [Kelly] <26>
  42. Dickinson, Angie as [Ingrid Tyson] <7>
  43. Franz, Elizabeth as [Joanna] <11>
  44. Helena (I) as [Model] <32>
  45. Herrera, Jennifer as [Model] <35>
  46. Holly, Lauren as [Elizabeth Tyson] <8>
  47. Ivey, Dana as [Mack] <9>
  48. Katia (I) as [Model] <33>
  49. Kumlin, Kristina as [Model] <36>
  50. Lemercier, Valérie as [Martine] <13>
  51. Linderholm, Eva as [Model] <37>
  52. Lowe, Jo-Jo as [Red Head] <24>
  53. Luneau-Lipton, Christine as [Ticket Taker] <21>
  54. Marchand, Nancy as [Maude Larrabee] <4>
  55. Martindale, Margo as [Nurse] <19>
  56. Ormond, Julia as [Sabrina Fairchild] <2>
  57. Oruche, Phina as (as Phina) [Model] <31>
  58. Rhodes, Joanna as [Paris Friend] <41>
  59. Sastre, Inés as (as Ines Sastre) [Model] <30>
  60. Smith-Cameron, J. as [Carol] <20>
  61. Song, Siching as [Mother in Hospital] <51>
  62. Van de Velde, Micheline as [Paris Friend] <40>


  1. Comedy
  2. Drama

Full Plot

While she was growing up, Sabrina Fairchild spent more time ] perched in a tree watching the Larrabee family than she ever did on solid ground.As the chauffeur's daughter on their lavish Long Island estate, Sabrina was invisible behind the branches, but she knew them all below... There is Maude Larrabee, the modern matriarch of the Larrabee Corporation; Linus Larrabee, the serious older son who expanded a successful family business into the world's largest communications company; and David, the handsome, fun-loving Larrabee, who was the center of Sabrina's world. Until she was shipped off to Paris. After two years on the staff of Vogue magazine, Sabrina has returned to the Larrabee estate, but now she has blossomed into a beautiful and sophisticated woman. And she's standing in the way of a billion dollar deal. Cyril Morcrette Sabrina Fairchild is the daughter of the Larrabee family chauffeur. Tha Larrabees are a wealthy and prominent Long Island family. Maude is the mother, Linus is the elder brother, who took charge of the company after his father died and has devoted his entire life to the company, and David is the younger brother, who has not worked a day in his life, and who has had numerous girlfriends, but Sabrina is nontheless enamored with him. But David just thinks of her as the frumpy daughter of the chauffeur. Maude arranges for her to go Paris and work in Vogue. Her fascination with David grows, David in the meantime, meets Elizabeth Tyson and tells Linus and Maude that she could be the one. What he doesn't know at first is that Linus wants to go into business with her parents so he encourages the relationship. But when David finds out, he is furious, Linus then tells him that it's about time that he contributes something and that this deal with Tysons is worth a billion dollars. David somehow proposes to her and she accepts. It's not long after that, that Sabrina returns. And David doesn't recognize her at first, cause she's now a little different. David is also entranced by her. Linus and Maude are concerned that the deal is in jeopardy, if Elizabeth or her parents find out about his pursuit of Sabrina. David injures himself, so Linus tries to distract Sabrina from him. but Linus finds himself feeling things he hasn't felt in years. Plot not found

Total Business

AD: 254,944 (France) (27 February 1996) AD: 19,024 (Netherlands) (1 January 1997) AD: 104,497 (Portugal) (14 March 1996) BT: USD 58,000,000 GR: USD 53,458,319 (USA) GR: GBP 1,193,923 (UK) (19 February 1996) OW: USD 5,560,000 (USA) (15 December 1995) RT: USD 23,321,710 (USA) SD: 30 January 1995 - 21 June 1995

Movie Certificate

G (Canada)(Quebec)
PG (Canada)(Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario)
PG (Australia)(TV rating)
L (Iceland)
15 (South Korea)
Atp (Argentina)
TE (Chile)
S (Finland)
6 (Germany)(bw)
M/12 (Portugal)
T (Spain)
7 (Sweden)
G (Australia)
PG (Singapore)
PG (Canada)

Music Composers

  1. Williams, John (I)


  1. Rotunno, Giuseppe (director of photography)

Dress Designers

  1. Jones, Gary (II) (co-costume designer)
  2. Roth, Ann (I)


Argentina Video Home [ar] - (Argentina) (VHS)
CIC VĂ­deo [br] - (Brazil) (VHS)
CIC-Taft Home Video [au] - (Australia) (VHS)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) [us] - (1999) (USA) (TV) (broadcast premiere)
Gemini Film [cz] - (1996) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
Home Video Hellas (HVH) [gr] - (1997) (Greece) (VHS)
Kinowelt Home Entertainment [de] - (2004) (Germany) (DVD)
Paramount Filmes do Brasil [br] - (Brazil) (DVD)
Paramount Home Video [us] - (1996) (USA) (laserdisc)
Paramount Home Video [us] - (2002) (USA) (DVD) (widescreen)
Paramount Home Video [us] - (????) (USA) (VHS)
Paramount Pictures [us] - (1995) (USA) (theatrical)
Pioneer [gb] - (1997) (UK) (video) (laserdisc)
United International Pictures (UIP) [ar] - (Argentina) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [es] - (Spain) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [gr] - (1995) (Greece) (theatrical)

Film Editors

  1. Steinkamp, Fredric


  1. Ackerman, Noah (assistant: Mr. Rudin)
  2. Ageorges, Sandrine (location manager: Paris)
  3. Angelic, Ray (I) (assistant production coordinator)
  4. Belthoise, Julie (assistant location manager) (uncredited)
  5. Bodelot, Christine (production auditor: Paris)
  6. Bruskin, Sam (accounting assistant) (uncredited)
  7. Campi-Lemaire, David (set production assistant) (uncredited)
  8. Canty, Marcus (I) (assistant auditor)
  9. Carpentier, Joanny (production coordinator: Paris)
  10. Cohen, Alexander (production assistant)
  11. Compton, Cheryl (production secretary) (as Cheryl E. Compton)
  12. Corgan, Kathleen (assistant location manager)
  13. Davie Janes, Colleen (production assistant) (uncredited)
  14. DeLorme, Bac (production assistant)
  15. Douglas, Clarence 'Benny' (production assistant) (as Clarence B. Douglas III)
  16. Driver, Gordon (larrabee commercial)
  17. Edmond-Feldman, Gina (assistant: Mr. Schwary)
  18. Emanuel, Jane (assistant: Ms. Ormond)
  19. Evans, Derek (I) (assistant: Mr. Rudin)
  20. Franz, Julia (assistant: Mr. Pollack)
  21. Gonzaga, AnaMarie C. (assistant auditor)
  22. Goodman, Gary (I) (assistant: Mr. Rudin)
  23. Griffith, Shawn (I) (production assistant)
  24. Gutierrez, Raul (I) (assistant: Mr. Rudin) (as Raul A. Gutierrez)
  25. Henfling, George 'Skip' (production assistant) (as 'Skip' Henfling)
  26. Iberti, Joseph E. (location manager)
  27. Kelly, Mary A. (continuity)
  28. Kennedy, Katherine (I) (production coordinator) (as Katherine Kennedy Caruso)
  29. Leener, David B. (production associate)
  30. Lefkowitz, Nancy (production assistant)
  31. Mannain, Brian (stage coordinator)
  32. Mansell, Lilene (dialect coach: Ms. Ormond)
  33. McGrath, Mary Jo (production assistant)
  34. Myers, Eric (I) (unit publicist)
  35. Niche, Geraldine (production assistant) (uncredited)
  36. Norman, Phill (title designer)
  37. Ostroff, Donna (assistant: Mr. Pollack)
  38. Rose, Skip (stand-in: Harrison Ford) (uncredited)
  39. Rosenberg, Brian (I) (assistant: Scott Rudin) (uncredited)
  40. Schwartz, Jonathan (X) (location assistant)
  41. Servanin, Olivier (assistant location manager: Paris) (uncredited)
  42. Soldo, Peter (production assistant)
  43. Striem, Robert T. (location assistant) (uncredited)
  44. Taylor, Chap (production assistant)
  45. Topper, Heidi (assistant location manager)
  46. Towner, Susan (production auditor)
  47. Wachtell, Jennifer (assistant: Mr. Ford)
  48. Weireter, Peter (consultant: Mr. Ford)
  49. Wild, Michael (I) (location liaison: Martha's Vineyard)
  50. Wilder, Billy (consultant)
  51. Yellin, Eric (production assistant) (uncredited)


Linus Larrabee: Listen, I work in the real world with real responsibilities. Sabrina: I know you work in the real world and you're very good at it. But that's work. Where do you live, Linus? Linus Larrabee: So, that really is a beautiful name. How did you get it? Sabrina: My father's reading. It's in a poem. Linus Larrabee: Oh? Sabrina: "Sabrina fair, listen where thou art sitting under the glassy, cool, translucent wave, in twisted braids of lilies knitting the loose train of thy amber-dropping hair." Sabrina: [laughs to herself] It's an incredible airplane - it's beautiful. I've never seen anything like it. Linus Larrabee: Ah, yes. [returns to reading his work papers] Sabrina: Don't you ever look out the window? Linus Larrabee: When do I have time? Sabrina: What happened to all that time we saved taking the helicopter? Linus Larrabee: [lightheartedly] I'm storing it up. Sabrina: [seriously] No, you're not. Linus Larrabee: [pause] So, your little poem - what does it mean? Sabrina: It's the story of a water sprite who saved a virgin from a fate worse than death. Linus Larrabee: And Sabrina's the virgin. Sabrina: [quietly] Sabrina's the savior. 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. Louis: [Louis and Sabrina are kissing] I'm in Paris but you are somewhere else. Sabrina: I'm sorry, Louis... I shouldn't have done this. Louis: I would like to help. But what you have to fix, you won't fix it in bed. You have to fix it *here*. [pointing to her head] Linus Larrabee: David, sit down. David Larrabee: I can't talk right now, I have to be somewhere. Linus Larrabee: Just sit down! David Larrabee: [David sits and there is the sound of glass crunching] Owwwaaahhh! Maude Larrabee: What? David Larrabee: I sat on the glasses! Linus Larrabee: Mother, go get Dr. Callaway. He's at the bar. Maude Larrabee: Who put glasses on the chair? David Larrabee: Can we talk about this later? I'm bleeding! Maude Larrabee: Darling, don't worry, just elevate... something. Sabrina: More isn't always better, Linus. Sometimes it's just more. David Larrabee: [as Linus & Maude board their chauffeured limo for the ride to work] You guys work Sundays now, huh? Linus Larrabee: It's Wednesday, David. Linus Larrabee: Go ahead, say it. Fairchild: You don't deserve her. Linus Larrabee: I don't, I know that; but I need her, and I don't need anything. Linus Larrabee: And I want tickets to whatever Broadway show nobody can get tickets to. [Mack looks inquisitively at him] I know, I seldom go to the theatre. Mack: Seldom? Linus Larrabee: So, I'm not a theatre buff. Mack: Buff? The most difficult tickets to get will be for a Broadway musical. Linus Larrabee: [distractedly] Okay. Mack: That means that the performers will periodically dance about and burst into song. Linus Larrabee: Well I just don't feel like buying any more networks this year. There's never anything good on. Linus Larrabee: I've been following in footsteps all my life. Save me, Sabrina fair, you're the only one who can. Linus Larrabee: I think you know I love you. And you promised if there was anything you could ever do... David Larrabee: You're talking about my life. Linus Larrabee: I pay for your life, David. My life makes your life possible. David Larrabee: I resent that. Linus Larrabee: So do I. Sabrina: I never thought of you as a dancer. Linus Larrabee: I'm crazy about it. They call me Bojangles at the office. Sabrina: They say you think morals are pictures on walls and scruples is money in Russia. Airline attendant: First time on the concorde, Mr. Larrabee? Linus Larrabee: Yes. Airline attendant: But not your first time in Paris? Linus Larrabee: It is my first everything. Sabrina: It never rained on the night of a Larrabee party, the Larrabees wouldn't have stood for it. Sabrina: They say you're the world's only living heart donor. Linus Larrabee: So, what do they say about me? Sabrina: Oh, you know... Linus Larrabee: No. Sabrina: That you're the world's only living heart donor. Linus Larrabee: Oh, that. Sabrina: And how does this one go? He thinks that morals are paintings on walls and scruples are money in Russia. Linus Larrabee: How droll. Sabrina: And then there's my favorite... Linus Larrabee: No, that's ok. Sabrina: Paris is always a good idea. David Larrabee: She's a real woman, not a, you know. Linus Larrabee: Transvestite? David Larrabee: She's not a bimbo. Mack: We were up to our elbows in your underwear drawer. It was like touching the Shroud of Turin. Sabrina: You know, I've been to every party you've ever had. Right there, in that tree, like a bat. Now, here we are... dancing in front of God and everyone. Sabrina: What was Linus like as a boy? Fairchild: Shorter. [last lines] Sabrina: Once upon a time, on the north shore of Long Island, not far from New York, there was a very, very large mansion, almost a castle. And on this very large estate lived a small girl. And life was pleasant there and very, very simple. But, then one day, the girl grew up and went beyond the walls of the grounds and found the world. [first lines] Sabrina: Once upon a time, on the north shore of Long Island, not far from New York, there was a very very large mansion, almost a castle, where there lived a family by the name of Larrabee. There were servants inside the mansion, and servants outside the mansion; boatmen to tend the boats, and six crews of gardeners: two for the solarium, the rest for the grounds, and a tree surgeon on retainer. There were specialists for the indoor tennis courts, and the outdoor tennis courts, the outdoor swimming pool, and the indoor swimming pool. And over the garage there lived a chauffeur by the name of Fairchild, imported from England years ago, together with a Rolls Royce; and a daughter, named Sabrina. David Larrabee: Great hat, mother. Sabrina: Didn't you once say everything is business? Linus Larrabee: No, but it sounds like me. Maude Larrabee: I feel terrible. Linus Larrabee: Take a pill. Maude Larrabee: Watch it. I'm still your mother. Linus Larrabee: And you taught me everything I know. Maude Larrabee: I didn't teach you this. Fairchild: You've been there for two weeks. I doubt every single person in Paris thinks you're an idiot. Sabrina: Only because I haven't met them all. Linus Larrabee: Here? Lousy. So far, I'm more affected than she is. I damn near cried twice. David Larrabee: Did the dry cleaners have your car? Sabrina: I thought it was all a lie. Linus Larrabee: It was. It was a lie... but then it was a dream. David Larrabee: You know, of all the girls I've known... and I've known some - isn't that a song? - you're the only girl I danced with only once. Sabrina: Twice. David Larrabee: What? How could I have forgotten? Was it the champagne? Sabrina: I was eight, and you were taking dancing lessons. I was homework. Mrs. Ingrid Tyson: Fabulous party, Maude! I'm so sorry Elizabeth wasn't able to make it. Maude Larrabee: So am I. [chagrined] She gave me a dog. Maude Larrabee: Did Elizabeth pick out her dress yet? Mrs. Ingrid Tyson: We're still working on the guest list. Six hundred so far, and that's just on our side! Patrick Tyson: That's not a wedding, it's a town. Mrs. Ingrid Tyson: Stop, it's going to be wonderful! Elegant but simple, lavish but tasteful... Patrick Tyson: Cheap but expensive. David Larrabee: God, you're easy on me. Elizabeth Tyson, MD: Okay then, why don't you marry me? David Larrabee: [long pause] Okay, why don't I? Elizabeth Tyson, MD: Don't kid about stuff like that. David Larrabee: Okay. [with determination] Why don't I? Elizabeth Tyson, MD: You sure you know what it is? David Larrabee: Yeah, that thing where you hang together a lot and sleep in the same room and button each other's hard-to-reach buttons... Elizabeth Tyson, MD: [interrupting] Then I accept. David Larrabee: Really? [sheepish pause] Why? Mrs. Ingrid Tyson: Here are the wedding invitations. We thought we'd use recycled paper. Maude Larrabee: Why does it always look dirty? [Sabrina and David are dancing] Maude Larrabee: They grew up together. She's like a sister to him, Patrick. Patrick Tyson: I have a sister. That's not how we dance. Linus Larrabee: [David is indisposed so Linus meets up with Sabrina instead and romances her] Oh, I almost forgot. [he kisses her] Linus Larrabee: The rest of the message from David. Linus Larrabee: [Sabrina slaps him] Thanks, I needed that. Sabrina: What am I doing? I never should have... I'm... Linus Larrabee: No, it's -... Sabrina: No, I mean - -you have my handprint on your face. Linus Larrabee: I think it would be better if you pick up your messages in person. You'll see David tomorrow. [he leaves] Maude Larrabee: David, you're like my own son. David Larrabee: I am your own son, Mother. Maude Larrabee: Exactly! Now, I endured twenty-one hours of hard labor to bring you into the world. The doctors begged me to take drugs, but I kept saying I wouldn't do anything to hurt my child. Well, I've changed my mind - you screw up with Elizabeth and I swear I'll kill you. Linus Larrabee: Frank, listen, David can't stand pain so I want you to give him a combination of morphine and - I don't... Frank, David's doctor (via telephone): [inaudible] Linus Larrabee: Okay, not morphine, but something strong, and mixed with a sleeping tablet like Halcion. Frank, David's doctor (via telephone): [inaudible] Linus Larrabee: They haven't proved that, Frank. Frank, David's doctor (via telephone): [inaudible] Linus Larrabee: Uh, we have no idea. Maude thinks they were left on the chair by some guest. Frank, David's doctor (via telephone): [inaudible] Linus Larrabee: He's not gonna sue his own mother. Frank, David's doctor (via telephone): [inaudible] Linus Larrabee: [indignant] Well, he's not me! David Larrabee: [bursting into Linus's office] I need to talk to you. Linus Larrabee: I'm in a meeting. David Larrabee: When was the last time I came here? Linus Larrabee: You're right. Sabrina: [after David has invited her to his mother's party, despite not recognising her] Do you really want me to come? David Larrabee: Very much, if you'll tell me who you are. Linus Larrabee: Hello, Sabrina. Sabrina: Hello, Linus. David Larrabee: Sabrina? Linus Larrabee: Have a good time in Paris? Sabrina: Yes, thank you. David Larrabee: Sabrina? Linus Larrabee: You look all grown up. David Larrabee: Sabrina? Linus Larrabee: Why does he keep saying that? David Larrabee: So this is all just a coincidence? Linus Larrabee: It's an opportunity. What am I supposed to do? Disqualify myself from a billion dollar merger because I might have family connections? [pulls a gun with silencer attached out of his desk and shoots a flat panel TV] David Larrabee: [frightened] What are doing? It was just a question. Linus Larrabee: [walking over to the TV] Look at this thing. Not a scratch on it. David Larrabee: Is this some new way of changing the subject? Rosa: Mr. Tom, maybe is not for me to put my hands in on this, but when I first come to this country, I am alone, like Sabrina. I just weigh more. So I ask to God why I am here. I say, "Why God?" but there is no answer. So I stop crying. It takes eleven years! Fairchild: Thank you, Rosa. Rosa: So I am looking and I see a young woman, and it's de Sabrina. And she's talking. Who's she talking to? A man, but not her daddy because he's not as tall. Joanna: It was Linus. Sabrina went out with Linus. Rosa: It was Mr. Linus. Linda: Sabrina went out with Linus? That's too weird. Scott: I always thought that guy was gay. Rosa: Mr. Linus is not a gay. Joanna: It's not "a" gay, Rosa. It's just gay. Linda: Linus is gay? That makes me like him more. Fairchild: Linus Larabee is a heterosexual. Linus Larrabee: [about Sabrina] And you didn't see her? You didn't talk to her before she left? David Larrabee: Well, sure, I said good-bye. I think I wished her luck... maybe not. I told her I felt a little funny accepting my brother's hand-me-downs. And I told her not to take it personally and you've always been generous with your women in the past, so I was sure she would be more than compensated for whatever. [Linus punches him] See? I told you, he loves her. David Larrabee: Now, Patrick, the debt burden this merger will accumulate will make it necessary to restructure some divisions. I've done a very quick review of last quarter's performance of each division of both companies. Maude Larrabee: David, when did you ever? David Larrabee: Mother, you've copied me on the financial standings of this company for 17 years. You just assumed I couldn't read. David Larrabee: [to Linus] When you guys meet her, just try to make me look good. I mean I know I look good, but, you know, try to make me, you know, sound good. Mention my accomplishments, my qualities. [earnest look from Linus] You can be creative. [another earnest look] Lie, okay? David Larrabee: Miss MacCartle I need to see you in my office right away. Where-Where is it? David Larrabee: Is he packed? Mack: Yes. Linus Larrabee: Is who packed? Mack: You are. Just one bag. Linus Larrabee: You went to my apartment? You packed my things? Maude Larrabee: I took her. Mack: We were up to our elbows in your underwear drawer. It was like touching the Shroud of Turin. Sabrina: [visiting David, who is heavily medicated, after his accident] Are you in a lot of pain? David Larrabee: Am I in a lot of pain? Look at your little ha-yand. Guess what happened to me. Sabrina: I know. I feel awful. David Larrabee: Me too. How do you feel, Linus? Linus Larrabee: [on the phone] Mack, I'm going to stay here for the next few days. Cancel whatever I've got and reschedule. Have the plane stand by at 9:00am tomorrow, and fix up the cottage. [pause] I don't know, flowers, candles, singers. Call David's secretary, that's all she ever does. [pause] Well wake her, I'm up, you're up. [pause] You weren't? Well, call her anyway. [hangs up] Nurse: [Sabrina approaches David's room] He's still sleeping. Sabrina: Is that normal? Nurse: When you're taking what he's taking, it is. But, he wakes up from time to time. Sabrina: Has he asked for anyone? Nurse: Bert and Ernie. Sabrina: Oh. Could you tell him Sabrina was here? Nurse: I could tell him the Pope was here, but I don't think it would make a dent. Fairchild: [to Sabrina] The full time observation of David Larabee is not a recognized profession. Get out of that tree. Linus Larrabee: What's the problem, Patrick? Patrick Tyson: No problem from our point of view. I feel like... what's that word... When a lot of guys are after you? Linus Larrabee: Whore Patrick Tyson: Hmm... I was thinking more... debutante. Sabrina: [enters Linus's office hesitatingly] Linus Larrabee: I was beginning to worry. Sabrina: Why? Linus Larrabee: That's a favorite question of yours. Didn't you want to come? Sabrina: Uh, uh... , I asked you first. Linus Larrabee: I asked you second. Sabrina: Uh... I've been, uh, I've been wandering around Manhattan all afternoon. Uh, it's, it's something to do with maybe... n-n-never seeing you again, but that's, uh, ridiculous because we don't, uh, we don't have to, uh, well, except by accident, and uh, how can that be a problem? Uh... , uh... [voice shaking] Sabrina: uh... if two people... [giving up] Sabrina: I asked you first. Linus Larrabee: Well, then what you said, whatever it is, makes what I was gonna say obsolete, I think. Sabrina: [disappointed] Obsolete? Linus Larrabee: Irrelevent. Fairchild: Marry me. Marry me for my money. People do it every day. Joanna: I'm not amused, Thomas, and I have a great sense of humor. Fairchild: Then marry me for love. Maude Larrabee: Linus, you know I love you. No mother could be prouder... but I think it's time that you ran away from home. [Fairchild stares balefully at Linus in the rear-view window after Linus has decided to go to France to reunite with Sabrina] Linus Larrabee: Go ahead, say it. Fairchild: [haltingly] You don't... deserve her. Linus Larrabee: I don't. I know that. But I need her - and I don't need anything. Fairchild: [tries to manuever through traffic, but fails] Time to run for it. Linus Larrabee: I just want to make her happy. Fairchild: 13 Rue des Beaux Arts. David Larrabee: [to Eliazabeth] I'm going to tell you a story, I need you to tell me how it's going to turn out [Elizabeth gives him a look] Maude Larrabee: [exasperated, to David] Right smack-dab in front of your prominent and paranoid future in-laws you are hustling the chauffeur's daughter! David Larrabee: Why do you look so surprised mother? You've been cc'g me for 17 years you just assumed I couldn't read. Linus Larrabee: David, where's Sabrina? You didn't go with her? David Larrabee: Well obviously not, Linus, I mean, here I am, right? She's probably having her beverage service right about now. Mrs. Ingrid Tyson: Who's Sabrina? Patrick Tyson: The chauffeur's daughter! Linus Larrabee: Don't call her that! [David looks at him in amusement] Elizabeth Tyson, MD: She was after David for a while, then apparently she switched to Linus. She seems to have decided that HE was the one with the power. Linus Larrabee: [outraged, pointing to David] Is THAT what he told you? Elizabeth Tyson, MD: He told me everything, Linus. Linus Larrabee: [to David] And you didn't see her before she left? You didn't talk to her? David Larrabee: Oh, sure, I said goodbye, and I think I wished her luck. Maybe not. I told her I felt kind of funny accepting my brother's hand-me-downs [Maude covers her mouth to keep from smiling] , and I said don't take it personally, and you've always been generous to your women in the past, and I was sure she'd be more than compensated for... whatever! [Linus punches him] See! I told you! He loves her! Mrs. Ingrid Tyson: Who? Patrick Tyson: Sabrina! David Larrabee: [touching his mouth] Is he packed? Mack: Yes. Linus Larrabee: Is who packed? Mack: You are. Just one bag. Linus Larrabee: [flustered] Wait a minute, you - you packed my clothes? You went to my apartment? Maude Larrabee: I took her! Mack: We were up to our elbows in your underwear drawer; it was like touching the Shroud of Turin. David Larrabee: Here, sign this. It's your authorization for the completion of the merger. AND this - it gives me the raise I deserve for the new position I'm assuming. There's a car waiting for you downstairs, a helicopter at East 60th... the plane ticket's been changed to the Concorde. It leaves in exactly 39 minutes. If you make it, you just might beat her there. [Linus turns away in thought] Elizabeth Tyson, MD: Go, Linus! Don't think! Linus Larrabee: [hesitantly] She... she must absolutely hate me! Maude Larrabee: She'll get over it. We all do... Linus, you know I love you. No mother could be prouder. But I think it's time that you ran away from home. David Larrabee: But sign these first. [Linus signs the forms and clasps David's shoulder] Linus Larrabee: If you'll excuse me... it appears I have a previous engagement. [leaves]

Other Titles

  1. Sabrina (1995) (ENG)

  2. Sabrina (1995) (ENG)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. 399 Park Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA - (as Larrabee Corp. office building)
  2. Glen Cove, Long Island, New York, USA
  3. Locust Valley, Long Island, New York, USA
  4. Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA
  5. Morgan's Island, Glen Cove, Long Island, New York, USA
  6. New York City, New York, USA
  7. Paris, France
  8. Place du Trocadéro, Paris 16, Paris, France
  9. Pont Alexandre III, Paris 7, Paris, France
  10. Salutation House, West Island, Glen Cove, Long Island, New York, USA - (Larrabee mansion)


- Patrick Tyson says "May your first child be a masculine child." Mrs. Tyson incorrectly claims it is from _Serpico (1973)_ (qv), when it is actually from _The Godfather (1972)_ (qv).

- The exterior shots of the airplane that Sabrina and Linus flew in, was a Gulfstream IV aircraft. It was actually the aircraft used by Gulfstream as a demonstrator taken to air shows and other publicity events. A large roman numeral IV can be seen on the tail of the aircraft.

- The shots of the airplane landing and taking off were taken at the Gulfstream manufacturing plant in Savannah, GA.

- The interior shots of the airplane were filmed in the Gulfstream V interior mock-up, a Gulfstream airplane fuselage used to show potential customers what the interior of the aircraft would look like prior to the manufacture of any of the planes.

- The lead role was originally offered to 'Winona Ryder' (qv).

- The poem about Sabrina the water sprite is actually an excerpt from a masque called Comus, by 'John Milton (II)' (qv). In turn, Sabrina in the Milton poem is based on a Welsh tale about a princess named Sabrina who was thrown in a river that is the boundary between Wales and England. The water