The Blackbird (1926)
The Bishop: My boy, you must first return everything you have stolen.
West End Bertie: You have suggested my intensions... precisely!
The Bishop: When you 'ave done this, then come to me. I will always be your friend.
Title Card: London's Limehouse District - with its lust, greed, and love... a sea of fog; a stream of human faces.
The Bishop: We're brothers all... my friends. Bear no ill will... life is what we make it.
West End Bertie: Doing a bit of slumming... would like to see your show.
The Blackbird: Want me to tell your Dad you're with a Chink?
[Young lady starts to cry]
The Blackbird: Go 'ome and get that paint off your face!
[Kicks young lady in her behind as she leaves the vaudeville theater]
The Blackbird: You're so bloomin' pretty you needs somthin' to protect you; a gun... or somebody.
The Blackbird: Do you like that?
[Referring to a diamond choker]
The Blackbird: I'll get you one just like it!
Fifi Lorraine: Pouf! Where you get the money?
Woman with Diamond Choker: I say... we are going down Plum Alley to see the Chinkies smoking.
West End Bertie: I say... shall we go?
West End Bertie: I didn't shoot him! I take an oath... I didn't shoot him! Someone told the coppers! They came to my flat! I was escaping... a shot was fired -...
The Blackbird: But I'll fool 'em! I can't let 'em get me... I'll fool 'em!
The Blackbird: I'm foolin' 'em... I'm foolin' 'em... I'm foolin' 'em -...