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Mrs. Susan Elliott Potter (Character)
from Holiday (1930)

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Holiday (1938)
Mrs. Susan Elliott Potter: Don't tell anyone, but I've got a run in my stocking.
Professor Nick Potter: Good heavens, we're ruined.
[to the butler]
Professor Nick Potter: Not a word of this to a soul.

Linda Seton: [Making introductions] My brother Ned - Mr and Mrs Potter - they're friends of Johnny's.
Mrs. Susan Elliott Potter: He used to live with us.
Professor Nick Potter: We've come to warn his future bride about him - he never puts the cap back on the toothpaste.
Edward 'Ned' Seton: Mm-hmm. Then we'll drink a toast to Johnny - he *needs* it.
[Fills champagne glasses]
Mrs. Susan Elliott Potter: Needs it ?
Edward 'Ned' Seton: Oh. I'm wrong. He doesn't need it. Johnny's doing *all* right.
Linda Seton: What's on your mind Ned ?
Edward 'Ned' Seton: Nothing's on my mind.
Linda Seton: What do you mean - Johnny's doing all right ?
Edward 'Ned' Seton: I mean he's doing All Right. He's having a whirl. Julia's got his hair slicked down and Father's seeing that he meets the important people.
Professor Nick Potter: My word - are there important people downstairs ?
Linda Seton: Oh - frightfully important - that's why I want to give a party up here.
Professor Nick Potter: [Quoting an imaginary society column] 'Miss Linda Seton - on New Year's Eve - entertained a small group of Very Unimportant People.'
[Lifting champagne glass]
Professor Nick Potter: To our hostess.
[They all drink to Linda]
Linda Seton: [Chuckles] May I drink too ?

Professor Nick Potter: [referring to the massive Seton home] You know, this reminds me a little of the palace of Caligula. You remember Caligula, don't you dear?
Mrs. Susan Elliott Potter: Oh, very well indeed. Whatever became of him?