Kansas City Princess (1934)
Marie Callahan: Now get this and get it straight. A girl's got to have three things nowadays: money, jack, and dough! 'Bout time you learned it.
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: The only solution to dame trouble is another dame.
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: You been sniffin' that nose candy again?
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: Gonna miss me when I'm in Saint Louis ?
Rosie Sturges: It'll give me a chance to catch up on my knittin'.
Marie Callahan: It does your heart good to know that your work's appreciated...
Mr. Greenway: Professional pride, eh?
Marie Callahan: Sure. You know, most of the apes come in here, get the idea that we girls are out just for the dough, oh, I mean tips.
Marie Callahan: If the moth balls haven't haven't chewed up my evening gown, it's a date!
Marie Callahan: If you was a bearded lady in a circus, you'd still be too good for Dynamite.
Rosie Sturges: Say, lay off him, will ya. I know he's a mug, but he's nice to me. What more can ya ask?
Mr. Greenway: You haven't tasted your wine yet? It's Moet Chandon '14. You'll probably recognize it.
Rosie Sturges: Oh, what a beautiful ring!
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: Yeah, I bought that one. That shows what I think about you.
Rosie Sturges: Oh, Dynamite!
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: Take a taxi.
Rosie Sturges: Oh, taxi's cost money.
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: Here's a fin. Take care of yourself.
Marie Callahan: Do you want to live in a dump like this all your life? Look at your clothes. Look at 'em. You've never had more than two dresses to your name since I've known you. The best you can do is grab ten cent tips from guys who smoke nickel cigars. Ain't you got any ambition?
Rosie Sturges: Sure. Maybe I'll marry Dynamite.
Marie Callahan: Over my corpus delicti!
Rosie Sturges: Come on, Marie. I'm sick of these zanies from Zanesville!
Marie Callahan: Why'd you wanna walk out on them for?
Rosie Sturges: I don't like that guy pawin' me.
Marie Callahan: Well, maybe he's only trying to guess your weight.
Rosie Sturges: They get on my nerves.
Marie Callahan: When you're broke, you're not supposed to have nerves.
Marie Callahan: You're not the Paris type. You're strictly Kansas City.
Marie Callahan: Say, maybe we can get those two zanies to take us on a free trip to Europe?
Rosie Sturges: I'll take spinach.
Junior Ashcraft: How do you feel?
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: I'm tired. I ain't slept in three days.
Junior Ashcraft: Well, don't you think its a good idea if you go to bed?
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: Yeah, were is the flop?
Junior Ashcraft: The what?
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: The flop. The bed. Were is it?
Junior Ashcraft: Oh, the bed! The bed's right over in there. Right over there. There's an extra pair of pajamas. You just put them on.
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: I don't need 'em. I sleep raw.
French Manicurist: You pay twenty - and we do it.
Marie Callahan: All right. All right, take off your clothes.
Marcel Duryea - French Private Eye: [to Rosie and Marie] If its not too personal, what is the nature of your business?
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: Them dames? They'd cop a hot stove with no gloves on.
Rosie Sturges: You're grammar ain't fit to eat! Take "them dames" - it's "those dames"!
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: It's you's dames.
Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson: [to Rosie and Marie] Hey, who's doin' the chauffeurin'? Me or you fish cakes?
Dr. Sascha Pilnakoff: Oh no, my dear, I'm utterly sincere in what I say.
Rosie Sturges: I hope so, Doctor. It means an awful lot to me.
Dr. Sascha Pilnakoff: You are a princess.
Marie Callahan: Yes, a Kansas City Princess.