Hot Saturday (1932)
Ruth Brock: What do you expect for a boat ride? Marlene Dietrich?
Ruth Brock: Immoral women shouldn't work in banks, you know. They might corrupt the young dollar bills.
Eva Randolph: [Insinuating after Ruth has been missing from the party] Oh, so you finally got back!
Ruth Brock: Did you expect me to be gone all night?
Eva Randolph: [Insinuatingly] Well, dear, I didn't know. You see, a girl in your position can afford to be so much more unconventional in her pleasures than I could.
Bill Fadden: Are you going to laugh at me, or marry me, or cry some more?
Ruth Brock: [Crying and hugging] I'm going to do all three at once.
Ruth Brock: [Pushing her younger sister on the bed, lifting up her dress, and taking off her panty shorts] A brief pull and then silence.
Ruth Brock: You're supposed to see things you want, in a bank.
Romer Sheffield: Yes, and the moment you go to get them, burglar alarms start going off all over town.
Archie: Eva, Conny isn't back yet.
Eva Randolph: Did you ever know Ruth to bring a fellow back this early?
Eva Randolph: Who?
Eva Randolph: Conny's a fool.
Eva Randolph: Letting Ruth drag him off outside just like the rest of the fellows that chase her.
Archie: He's not fool.
Ruth Brock: Miss Brock:
[on the phone to a bank customer]
Ruth Brock: Yes, Mr. Smith. Yes, Mr. Smith. The balance is correct... perhaps you failed to deduct the government tax. Yes, there's a two-cent tax on every check you write. Oh no, no. Not just for Democrats. The Republicans have to pay it too.
Ruth Brock: [to Romer Sheffield] You're considered much too dangerous for local consumption.
Camille: If you think you can park me out here, while you go in and flirt with some dizzy little bank clerk, you're crazy.
Romer Sheffield: I'm crazy!
Ruth Brock: Can't you ever enjoy a boat ride without kissing somebody?
Romer Sheffield: Would it interest you to know that I've wanted you ever since I first saw you in the bank?
Ruth Brock: You're supposed to see things you want in banks.
Romer Sheffield: Yes, but the moment you go to get them, burglar alarms start ringing all over town.