Arsène Lupin (1932)
Sonia: [to Chamerace, who has entered his bedroom to find her naked in his bed] Stay out of here. Stay out of here!
Arsène Lupin: How do you do?
Sonia: Close that door!
Arsène Lupin: Certainly.
[closes door, staying inside the room]
Sonia: Won't you please go?
Arsène Lupin: Certainly. But first, let me ask, how do you like my bed?
Sonia: Well, I didn't mean to, really. I was cold.
Arsène Lupin: Oh, yes, it is a cold night for May. However, don't you think Paris is charming in the spring?
Sonia: Well, I prefer Russia. You see, I come from there.
Arsène Lupin: Really? How delightful! I have a passion for caviar. Was your father, the general - I presume your father was a general?
Sonia: Of the Imperial Army.
Arsène Lupin: Ah, yes. Was your father, the general, fond of caviar?
Sonia: He ate it on pancakes, for breakfast.
Arsène Lupin: Did he?
Arsène Lupin: Stay for breakfast. We'll have caviar.
Sonia: Sir, aren't you overstepping the bounds of convention?
Arsène Lupin: My dear lady, didn't you leave those behind when you stepped into my bed?
Sonia: Oh, I assure you, my being here is no pleasure.
Arsène Lupin: Ah, but the night is still young.
Sonia: Oh, sir!
[she re-arranges herself in the bed, and Chamerace can see her naked back]
Arsène Lupin: Pardon me, but I think your dress has slipped
Sonia: I haven't any on.
Arsène Lupin: Is that a little Russian custom? Hmm?
Arsène Lupin: [fetching Sonia's evening gown from the maid and holding it up to admire it] Well, here we are. It's very nice! It's a little naughty. It's very ni - Do you think your father the general would approve of this?
Sonia: My father the general always said that a gentleman was a man who never went to bed with his spurs on.
Arsène Lupin: Isn't that a pity. I'm so fond of horses. I could give up riding...?
Sonia: Give me that dress!
Arsène Lupin: You can't get into it alone
Sonia: The maid will help me.
Arsène Lupin: The maid? I know more about unhooking than any maid in Paris.
Sonia: Yes, but I want this one hooked.
[she reaches for the dress, which he holds out of reach]
Sonia: I'm going to stay right here in this bed until you leave this room!
[Chamerace walks over to the window and prepares to toss out the dress]
Sonia: What are you doing?
Arsène Lupin: Well, if you're going to stay in bed you won't need the dress.