Manhattan Melodrama (1934)
Edward J. 'Blackie' Gallagher: Die the way you lived, all of a sudden, that's the way to go. Don't drag it out.
James W. 'Jim' Wade: I was born at home, because I wanted to be near Mother at the time.
James W. 'Jim' Wade: And I'm not sure, maybe ideals have ceased to exist. Maybe they're outmoded like um
James W. 'Jim' Wade: oil lamps and horse cars. But they're mine, and I'm stuck with them.
Edward J. 'Blackie' Gallagher: Don't commute me - I don't want it. Hey, look, Jim, if I can't live the way I want, then at least let me die the way I want.
James W. 'Jim' Wade: I'm going to clean out every rotten spot I can find in this city, and, Blackie, I don't want to find you in any of them!
Edward J. 'Blackie' Gallagher: Well I'm not dressed for company!
Edward J. 'Blackie' Gallagher: You better cross yourself, Manny, and make it double, because this is once you doubled-crossed yourself.
James W. 'Jim' Wade: Have you left anything at your table, I mean, anything that you have to go back for?
Eleanor Packer: I'm fully equipped.
James W. 'Jim' Wade: You know, I think those yes-men would go to bed with me if they had a chance.
Eleanor Packer: Don't worry, Darling, they won't have a chance.
Eleanor Packer: Now, now Blackie, Blackie don't do anything foolish!... Blackie?
Edward J. 'Blackie' Gallagher: [Chuckles] Did I ever do anything foolish?
Eleanor Packer: Nothing like a district attorney to keep a girl in shape. You and I must have a good wrestle someday.
Eleanor Packer: [to the priest] It must be nice in jail, with you there.