Bachelor Bait (1934)
Mr. William Watts: [introducing] Miss Summers, uh, Miss Douglas.
Allie Summers: Oh, yes. You're the little girl on the front desk, aren't you?
Cynthia Douglas: Yes. I've taken your application many times.
Bramwell Van Dusen, a Lawyer: [speaking of Miss Douglas] Hey, are you going for her?
Mr. William Watts: Aw, she wouldn't look at me. I just like her, so I want to get her the best husband I can to make her happy. That's why you got to do something about Allie.
Bramwell Van Dusen, a Lawyer: Did you ever try to do anything about Allie?
Mr. William Watts: I should say not!
Bramwell Van Dusen, a Lawyer: When she decides she likes a man, he likes it or else.
Mr. William Watts: Or else what?
Bramwell Van Dusen, a Lawyer: Or else he learns to like it.
Mr. William Watts: Well, you talk to her. Explain that she's not the one for Don.
Bramwell Van Dusen, a Lawyer: I did.
Mr. William Watts: What did she say?
Bramwell Van Dusen, a Lawyer: Oh, an assortment of things. Almonds, pecans, filberts, walnuts.
Mr. William Watts: She'd probably say the same thing to me if I talked to her.
Bramwell Van Dusen, a Lawyer: Yeah, only in one word.
Mr. Wells - Lionel's Dad: You be in the office at nine o'clock tomorrow morning.
Lionel Pierpont Wells - Marriage License Applicant: But Dad, what about our honeymoon?
Mr. Wells - Lionel's Dad: Alright then, make it nine-thirty.