Night After Night (1932)
Hatcheck girl: Goodness, what beautiful diamonds!
Maudie: Goodness had nothing to do with it, dearie.
Miss Mabel Jellyman: Maudie, do you believe in love at first sight?
Maudie: I don't know, but it saves an awful lot of time.
Miss Mabel Jellyman: Maudie, do you really think I could get rid of my inhibitions?
Maudie: Why, sure. I got an old trunk you can put them in.
Miss Mabel Jellyman: Hotcha!
Frankie Guard: You'll happen to have some visitors one of these nights.
Joe Anton: Heh, heh! Well, that's really funny! Will you do me a favor, Frankie?
Frankie Guard: Sure, Joe, anytime.
Joe Anton: Will you tell Gaston and his mob the sooner they come around, the better I'll like it? You know these quiet evenings are getting on my nerves, and a little excitement would be as welcome as the flowers in May.
Frankie Guard: I'll tell him that, Joe.
Joe Anton: Don't forget.
Frankie Guard: Leave it to me, and speaking of flowers, what sort would you prefer?
Joe Anton: Oh, anything at all except pansies.
Frankie Guard: Your last wish will be fulfilled...
Joe Anton: If I was a pirate and I had you on my ship, I wouldn't throw you to the crew.
Joe Anton: The way she sits, she stands out.
Leo: Oh, I get it. She's one of those standing and sitting ladies.
Jerky: You gettin' to be one of those hypochondicrats?
Leo: Are you studying with that teacher, too?
Joe Anton: You think you'd come over here if you didn't want me? This rough-housing the place is just a fancy way of putting it.
Leo: I'll bet ya ten bucks you never see her again.
Joe Anton: You're on !
Leo: I'm on - and you're off your nut.
Miss Jerry Healy: Where's Mr. Anton ?
Leo: Aw, he - he's around. Something I can do for you ?
Miss Jerry Healy: Yes, tell me where he is.
Leo: Sit down. I'll see if I can find him.
Miss Jerry Healy: I won't sit down.
Leo: Then stand up and I'll see if I can find him.