Ladies of Leisure (1930)
Bill Standish: Ever done any posing before?
Kay Arnold: I'm always posing.
Bill Standish: How do you spend your nights?
Kay Arnold: Re-posing.
Kay Arnold: Hey, what kind of a sap is that guy?
Dot Lamar: He's one of those fellas that even his best friends don't tell him.
Kay Arnold: When a dress costs over a hundred bucks, it's a frock!
Kay Arnold: You know the old bromide: when in Greece, open a restaurant.
Kay Arnold: I read somewhere in a book that you can't have your cake and eat it too.
Dot Lamar: Aw, baloney! Sure you can have your cake and eat it.
Kay Arnold: Yeah? How?
Dot Lamar: Have two cakes!
Bill Standish: [to Kay] Well, if you trip over anything, it's me.
Dot Lamar: [ordering at a restaurant] Oh, uh, and a cup of coffee.
Waiter: Large or small?
Dot Lamar: Do I look like a small cup of coffee?
Jerry Strong: It's like a man I knew once. He was suspicious. Bitter, hard, cruel. All those things were written in his face, like a map of his life. He died. I saw him laid out. His face was a new face. It was fine, noble. There was peace in it. He was himself again. Do you see what I mean?
Kay Arnold: No. All I get out of it is, you got to die to find yourself. Not me. Not for two dollars an hour.