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Fay Cheyney (Character)
from The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1929)

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The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1929)
Fay Cheyney: How disappointing you look in that dressing gown.
Lord Arthur Dilling: Oh, and I chose the one that suits me best. How depressing; it must be me.

Fay Cheyney: What terribly nice cigarettes.
Lord Arthur Dilling: I'll send you some.

Lord Arthur Dilling: Go into that bathroom and hide. I'll get rid of them!
Fay Cheyney: Thanks, but like many other women, my life has been devoted to not being discovered in bathrooms!

Fay Cheyney: How disappointing. I thought you were clever, but, you're really rather stupid.

Fay Cheyney: I'm afraid I'm not at all modern. I don't smoke. I don't drink and I don't swear.

Fay Cheyney: I'm afraid our little concert is hardly being appreciated.
Lord Elton: Perhaps, they would prefer jazz.

Fay Cheyney: Yes. Yes. And afterwards, what was it George said - We'll live like swells.

Lord Elton: Tell me about Australia.
Fay Cheyney: Oh, yes, to be sure. You've been there, of course?
Lord Elton: Why, no. No. Unfortunately.
Fay Cheyney: Well, you see, when you are having winter there, you are having summer here.
Lord Elton: Oh, jolly odd, that.

Fay Cheyney: I know too much about you. And you know too little about me.

Fay Cheyney: But, of all the women that you've ever known, none has ever been so glad to see you in a bedroom, as I was last night.

Fay Cheyney: You made an honest woman out of me!

The Law and the Lady (1951)
Jane Hoskins: I'm not interested in character, Baroness. I plan to become a lady, and for that, no character is necessary.