The Hoodlum (1919)
Amy Burke: Poor 'ittle Omar! Nobody 'oves 'ou but 'ou's 'ittle Muvver.
- great industries like great nations are builded on the bodies of innocent victims.
Craigen St. Girl: [Looking at Amy's Father] Dis guy's some swell; he flashes a cook.
[Speaking to Amy]
Craigen St. Girl: Say Kiddo! We wants to be friends.
Amy Burke: I am utterly fatigued. You will oblige me by leaving.
Craigen St. Girl: [Sarcastically] Oh girls! Miss Asterbilt is fat-i-goo-ed; we'll jest leave our cards.
Amy Burke: Thief! Those are our towels!
William Turner: My laundry's late - and - I-I-oh well, you know, cleanliness is next to godliness.
Amy Burke: I advise you to be less clean and more honest.
Amy Burke: Gee mister, you saved me from the jug! Slip me your mitt!
Dish Lowry: Gee! Dis bohunk mus' be a safe-cracker!
Amy Burke: Zowie! We'll frame this bird for a crap game!
Craigen St. Neighbor: I'll be takin' none of yer insinuatin', you little gafiltafish!
Amy Burke: I'm some bonehead! The kids in the alley are miles ahead of me in school.
Dish Lowry: Say kid, you sure shake a mean hoof.
Amy Burke: And take it from me Dish, dere's no flies on you.
The Pugilist: What's de big idea? You said I wuz jest to tease de yid.
[Amy gives him a dollar bill]
The Pugilist: Only one caser fer gittin' booted down de stairs?
William Turner: Amy, do you realize that this makes us crooks?
Amy Burke: Not if we don't get caught.
Alexander Guthrie: [writing in his notebook] Pride prompts me to abandon Amy to her fate - but my curiosity to see to what limits of vulgarity she will descend, keeps me here.
William Turner: [as she's opening the combination to her grandfather's safe] How do you know the combination?
Amy Burke: [pauses for a moment] I was nurse maid to the young dame's sparklers.