Myra Gale: [preparing to pour a drink for Dan] How much?
Dan Quigley: Oh, about two ounces,one for each kidney.
Myra Gale: [handing him the drink] Here. Oh, uh, chaser?
Dan Quigley: Always have been.
Dan Quigley: Funny fella.
Spade Maddock: [admiring an 8 x 10 of Lois Underwood] Friend a yours? You been rubbing noses with all the big shots in the picture business.
Dan Quigley: [chuckling] We'll call it noses if you like.
Spade Maddock: [discussing diamond-studded Mrs. Marley at the gang's speakeasy] C'mere - take a gander at her.
Dan Quigley: [eyeing her through a peephole] Did you say "gander?" I wonder how she'd go for a goose.
Lois Underwood: How long have you been in the business?
Dan Quigley: Four days... which just about makes me a supervisor.
Dan Quigley: [to Lois Underwood] Well... you're certainly changing my idea of what movie stars were like. I always thought they were sort of, well, you know, high hat.