The Story of Temple Drake (1933)
Maid: That Mr. Judge would sure know more about his daughter if he did her laundry!
Aunt Jennie: 'Didn't hear a word I said, did you?
Stephen Benbow: That's possible, Auntie
Aunt Jennie: I was talking about Temple Drake.
Stephen Benbow: Yes, I know. That's why I didn't listen.
Toddy Gowan: It ain't fair. Fire a man all up, and poof, put him all out.
Ruby Lemar: [to Temple Drake] Now you're satisfied. You got 'em all fightin' over ya. You nice women. I know your kind. You get a kick out of playin' with kids. Burnin' their gas. Eatin' their food. Spendin' their money. And whatdya give em? Always got away with it before, ain't ya? And now you're scared. 'Cause these ain't kids, they're men. If one of em laid a finger on ya, you'd faint.
Stephen Benbow: Honey, will you be honest with me, just once?
Temple Drake: Of course.
Stephen Benbow: Really? Man to man?
Temple Drake: Yes, Steve.
Stephen Benbow: Marry me.
Temple Drake: No.
Stephen Benbow: Why not?
Temple Drake: Why do you have to ask that?
Stephen Benbow: I want to know.
Temple Drake: Perhaps I like you too much.
Stephen Benbow: And love me too little?
Temple Drake: It isn't you Steve, it's me.
Stephen Benbow: What do you mean?
Temple Drake: Why, I'm no good.
Stephen Benbow: Don't be silly.
Temple Drake: Why, I'm not. Let's not talk about it anymore.
Stephen Benbow: But Temple!
Temple Drake: I can't explain. It's just me, it's something inside me.