John Gutmann, Lost what (1938)
There is this moment in Sabrina (1954), by Billy Wilder, when Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart are sailing. As she plays a vinyl, he asks her to stop the music because of sad memories:
AH: Did you love her?
HB: I'd rather not talk about it.
AH: I'm sorry.
HB: That's all right.
AH: It's so strange to think of you being touched by a woman. I always thought you walked alone.
HB: No man walks alone from choice.