The Cuban Love Song (1931)
O.O. Jones: [At an Asian Tattoo Parlor] Terry, look! Look what that Jap did to my girl's face.
Terry: My, but that is perfectly beautiful. And what a lovely beard she has!
O.O. Jones: That ain't no beard. He didn't shave off my arm and she wound up with a moustache.
Crystal: Terry, when you wanted to enlist I didn't say a word, did I?
Terry: Why, you've always been a swell sport.
Crystal: It was a bit of a shock, I admit, coming right on top of your asking me to marry you. But, I understood, Terry. There were, oh, lots of wild things in you that, that had to come out before we could be - tame and happy. They're almost all out, aren't they, Terry?
Terry: You know, you're the most wonderful girl that heaven ever made. As soon as I get out of the service, I'm gonna show you just how I appreciate it.
Nenita: Oh, look! Look the funny, little bird. Next life, when I be born again, I be, me, a little bird. He's so free. So free to go anywhere he likes. Here today. Tomorrow, maybe, far away - across the ocean.
O.O. Jones: It's the police. I told you somebodied smell that beer you were making, Elvira.
Elvira: I'm ashamed of you Oswald Obadiah Jones!
Terry: Oswald Obadiah? Whooo-whooo! Oswald Obadiah! I've been waiting for that for years! Oswald Obadiah!
Terry: You think you've made a mess of things, eh? Oh, buck up! It isn't too late.
Terry: Cuba! That little island's still there. Cuba! Oh, there's magic in the name alone. Feel it? She's dancing. She's laughing at you. There's a tropic moon. The air so full of jasmine blossoms, you can scarcely breathe.
Terry: You'll soon be on Cuban soil.
O.O. Jones: Not me! I'm going back to Elvira. And if I hadn't got plastered and followed you on this boat, I wouldn't be here.
Terry: Oh, stop your squawkin'. Nobody invited you in the first place.
O.O. Jones: I know it! I thought it was the Hoboken ferry! And here I wind up in Cuba and Elvira ain't got her bitters.