She Done Him Wrong (1933)
Captain Cummings: Haven't you ever met a man that could make you happy?
Lady Lou: Sure, lots of times.
Lady Lou: Listen, when women go wrong, men go right after them.
Captain Cummings: Well, surely you don't mind my holding your hand?
Lady Lou: It ain't heavy - I can hold it myself.
Frances: You know, ever since I sang that song it's been haunting me.
Rag Time Kelly: It SHOULD haunt you: You murdered it.
Old Woman: Ah, Lady Lou, you're a fine gal, a fine woman.
Lady Lou: One of the finest women ever walked the streets.
Lady Lou: Yes, I wasn't always rich.
Lady Lou: No, there was a time I didn't know where my next husband was coming from.
Lady Lou: Come up again - any time.
Serge Stanieff: I shall, then I hope you will be alone.
Lady Lou: So do I, warm, dark and handsome.
[Lady Lou shares the latest photographs of herself]
Serge Stanieff: They are wonderful but, uh, I like best that marvelous painting of you in the bar.
Lady Lou: Oh, yeah, I gotta admit that is a flash, but I do wish Gus hadn't hung it up over the free lunch.
Captain Cummings: I'm sorry you think more of your diamonds than you do of your soul.
Lady Lou: I'm sorry you think more of my soul than you do of my diamonds.
Serge Stanieff: I swear I shall make you happy. I shall die to make you happy.
Lady Lou: Mmm, but you wouldn't be much use to me dead.
[Captain Cummings approaches Lou with a pair of handcuffs]
Lady Lou: Those absolutely necessary? You know I wasn't born with them.
Captain Cummings: No. A lot of men would've been safer if you had.
Lady Lou: Oh, I don't know - hands ain't everything.
Captain Cummings: You bad girl.
Lady Lou: Mmm, you find out.
Lady Lou: A little bit spicy, but not too raw, you know what I mean?
Lady Lou: You know, it was a toss up whether I go in for diamonds or sing in the choir. The choir lost.
Captain Cummings: Well I... I gotta be getting back to the mission. Sally's father is waiting for me.
Lady Lou: Hmm, that oughta be interesting.
Serge Stanieff: I am delighted. I have heard so much about you.
Lady Lou: Yeah, but you can't prove it.
Dan Flynn: What would you do if somebody tried to take her from you?
Gus Jordan: Probably nut'n' - to HER.
Bobo: [in prison] Say, Lou, how 'bout give me another chance when I get out.
Lady Lou: When do you get out?
Bobo: Fifteen years.
Lady Lou: That's a date.
Frances: Say, Lou, you fallin' for that bloke?
Lady Lou: Oh, it ain't nothin' serious, but there was somethin' just wonderful about him.
Lady Lou: [handing over a diamond necklace] Here's your twelve thousand.
Jacobson: How do I know it is?
Lady Lou: Because I say so. You never heard of me cheatin' anyone, did ya?
Jacobson: No, no. Not about money.
Captain Cummings: Guess I'm taking your time.
Lady Lou: Wadda you suppose m' time's for?
Serge Stanieff: The men in my country go wild about women with yellow hair.
Lady Lou: I'm glad you told me. I wanna keep straight on my geography.
Gus Jordan: So you met a man who wouldn't fall for you, eh?
Lady Lou: Who wants him to fall? Why he'd be the kind the woman'd have to marry to get rid of.
Pearl: I wouldn't want no policeman to catch me without no petticoat.
Lady Lou: No policeman? How about a nice fireman?
Pearl: Your bath is ready Miss Lou.
Lady Lou: You take it, I'm indisposed.
Serge Stanieff: I shall die to make you happy.
Lady Lou: But you wouldn't be much use to me dead.