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Susan Applegate (Character)
from The Major and the Minor (1942)

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The Major and the Minor (1942)
Susan Applegate: You should be very glad I'm not 12. I was a very straightforward child. I used to spit.

First Conductor: If you're Swedish, suppose you say something in Swedish.
Susan Applegate: I vant to be alone.

Maj. Philip Kirby: You know Su-Su, you're a very peculiar child.
Susan Applegate: You bet I am.

Cadet Clifford Osborne: Well, the bus is here. The zombies have arrived.
Susan Applegate: Who?
Cadet Clifford Osborne: [disdainfully] The girls from Miss Shackleford's school.
Cadet Lt. Miller: We use 'em for women.

Susan Applegate: I'll try and be a better lightbulb Uncle Phillip.

Susan Applegate: You know, General Wallace owes me 51 cents.

Mrs. Applegate: What DID happen between New York and Stevenson?
Susan Applegate: I went to a masquerade, darling.

Susan Applegate: I'll try and be a well-behaved lightbulb.