Three on a Match (1932)
Junior (Kirkwood boy): Please don't hurt my mommy!
Harve: I'll bear that in mind.
Ruth Wescott: It must be a grand feeling to get everything you want.
Michael Loftus: [to Vivian] I can tell you're a real woman, not one of those stuffed brassieres you see on Park Avenue. You've got all the works that make a woman want to go, and live, and love.
Mary Keaton, aka Mary Bernard: [At the State Reform School for girls, an inmate is at the piano singing the song "Diane", which includes the lyric "I'm in heaven when I see you smile".] Will ya stop remindin' me of heaven... when I'm so close to the other place?
Prisoner at Checkers Table: What's the matter Mary? Don't you like our little hotel?
Mary Keaton, aka Mary Bernard: Oh, I think it's swell. The ventilation is great, my room has a southern exposure, the rates are cheap, but somehow or other the atmosphere is too confining.
Fat Prisoner: Don't let it getcha down, kid. At least we don't have to wait in line for a bowl of soup like they do outside.
Mrs. Black, Prisoner at Checkers Table: Don't be always a-stewin', dearie. You only get your insides in an uproar, and for what? You're in and you're gonna stay in till they get even with ya for bustin' the rules.
Mary Keaton, aka Mary Bernard: Yeah, I'm in alright, but that don't mean I hafta like it.
Mary Keaton, aka Mary Bernard: Will you stop remindin' me of Heaven when I'm so close to the other place?
Harve: For one thing he expects a check to lay there when he puts it down. Yeah, and mine bounces hard.
Michael Loftus: Did it?
Harve: Did it bounce? You drop a golf ball from the top of the Chrysler Buildin'. Will it bounce? Come on!
Miss Blazer: Willie Goldberg, will you be quiet?
Miss Blazer: Willie Goldberg!
Miss Blazer: Oh, I'd like to be your mother for just about two minutes!
Willie Goldberg: [Sarcastically] I'll speak to father about that.
Mary Keaton, aka Mary Bernard: You're a fool, Vivian. Take it from someone who's been one.
Ruth Wescott: [Referring to Vivian] Some people get all the luck.
Mary Keaton, aka Mary Bernard: [Musingly] I wonder.