Passion Flower (1930)
Mrs. Harney: Of course it did seem kind of funny at first not having a man about the place. They're kinda handy in the daytime and they're sorta entertaining in the evening. But as far as I'm concerned, I'd just as soon have a good radio.
Katherine Pringle 'Cassy' Wallace: Oh, my dear, I thought you'd never come. What kept you?
Dulce Morado: Well, nothing kept me. I came as soon as I got your wire.
Katherine Pringle 'Cassy' Wallace: Well, I've been waiting for hours. I have the most exciting thing to tell you.
Dulce Morado: What is it? What is it?
Katherine Pringle 'Cassy' Wallace: Well, I...
Dulce Morado: Well, now come on, the suspense is killing me, Cassy. What is it?
Katherine Pringle 'Cassy' Wallace: Well, I'm in love.
Dulce Morado: Good heavens, is that all?
Katherine Pringle 'Cassy' Wallace: What do you mean, all?
Dulce Morado: I thought it was murder, at least.
Mrs. Harney: The last man in here was an artist. He painted all day long and never paid his rent. He ain't here any more.
Mrs. Harney: It's up this way. And, what's your name?
Katherine Pringle 'Cassy' Wallace: Pringle, I mean, Wallace. Mrs. Dan Wallace
Mrs. Harney: You're married, I suppose?
Dan Wallace: Certainly!
Mrs. Harney: Well, I was just asking. Some are and some ain't. It don't make much difference in the long run.
Mrs. Harney: I'm just a poor, lone, widow...
Katherine Pringle 'Cassy' Wallace: Oh, is your husband dead?
Dan Wallace: Yes, honey, her husband's dead. That's one of the reasons she's a widow.
Mrs. Harney: Well, I guess I better be going, collecting rent. I ain't had much luck so far.
Katherine Pringle 'Cassy' Wallace: It's been a dreadful year.
Mrs. Harney: Oh, its been bad. They say its on account of the bears and wolves on Wall Street. Well, my husband was an Elk.
Dulce Morado: Its easy to tell a cow from the horse. A cow is the one that goes moo.
Dan Wallace: No kidding. I always thought that was a moose.
Dan Wallace: You know, I think you must have had the right dope all the time about us coming out here. Only, I was too thick to see it.
Dulce Morado: Let's not say thick. Let's say dumb.
Dan Wallace: Steady now or you're gonna fall. I've got you.
Dulce Morado: Alright.
Dan Wallace: Yep. That's the stuff.
Dulce Morado: Hold me.
Dan Wallace: You're alright. There you are.
Dulce Morado: I thought I was gone that time.
Dan Wallace: Yes. I suppose your whole life splashed before you.
Dulce Morado: Nope. When my foot slipped, I said, I'm going to killed, thank heavens I have sufficient underclothes on.
Dulce Morado: There are too many roads in the world already. They're confusing. Sometimes its hard to tell which one to take.
Katherine Pringle 'Cassy' Wallace: Come on, Tommy.
Tommy Wallace: I don't remember, Mommy.
Katherine Pringle 'Cassy' Wallace: Oh, try real hard.
Tommy Wallace: Now I lay me down to sleep.
Katherine Pringle 'Cassy' Wallace: I pray...
Tommy Wallace: I pray the Lord my soul to keep.
Tommy Wallace: If, If you always let him go, eeny, meeny, miny, moe.