I'm No Angel (1933)
Jack Clayton: You were wonderful tonight.
Tira: Yeah, I'm always wonderful at night.
Jack Clayton: Tonight, you were especially good.
Tira: Well... When I'm good, I'm very good. But, when I'm bad...
[winks at Jack]
Tira: I'm better.
Tira: It's not the men in your life that counts, it's the life in your men.
Tira: What do you do for a living?
Ernest Brown: Oh, uh, sort of a politician.
Tira: I don't like work either.
Tira: By the way, honey, you married or single?
Ernest Brown: Married five times.
Tira: Five times? Wedding bells must sound like an alarm clock to you.
Jack Clayton: Do you mind if I get personal?
Tira: Hmmm, go ahead. I don't mind if you get familiar.
Tira: Always remember, honey. A good motto is: "Take all you can get and give as little as possible". Don't forget, honey. Never let one man worry your mind. Find 'em, fool 'em and forget 'em!
Jack Clayton: Oh I'm crazy about you.
Tira: I did my best to make you that way.
Jack Clayton: Look darling, you need a rest, and so do I. Let me take you away somewhere, we'll...
Tira: Would you call that a rest?
Jack Clayton: What are you thinking about?
Tira: Same thing you are.
[after he reads her fortune, Rajah gives Tira the horoscope he has prepared for her]
Rajah the Fortune Teller: Keep this where you may consult it frequently.
Tira: Alright, I'll take it to bed with me.
Ernest Brown: I like to get around and travel; and, believe me, I've been places and seen things.
Tira: Mmm-hmm. I've been things and seen places. That sort of evens us out.
Tira: Always remember, honey, a good moto is: take all you can get and give as little as possible. Don't forget, honey: never let one man worry your mind... find 'em, fool 'em, and forget 'em.
Tira: [to Slick Wiley] What'd you do? Get your hair cut or have your ears moved down?
Tira: Come on, can't you hurry up and get that thing fixed? I gotta get back. I'm expecting Mr. Clayton at the apartment.
Bartons Chauffeur: I'm doing the best I can, ma'am.
Tira: Yeah, your best is no good. Try doing your worst.
Bartons Chauffeur: Yes, ma'am.
Tira: [Answers phone] Hello? Oh, Juror #4. Yes, I remember you. You were the one with the nice kind face. Mmm hmm. Oh, I know you were for me. Mmm hmm. I want to thank you for those beautiful flowers. They were lovely. And don't forget - come up and see me sometime.
[Jack Claton walks in]
Tira: Mmm hmm. Oh, ah, yes. Yes. Alright, good-bye.