The Merry Widow (1934)
Ambassador Popoff: Have you ever had diplomatic relations with a woman?
Danilo: I'm a soldier. My duty is to fight. I'm willing to die on every battlefield. But I'm not going to drink another cup of coffee!
King Achmet: So they're blaming me, huh?
Valet: For everything. They're even telling jokes about your majesty.
King Achmet: Are they funny?
King Achmet: That's bad.
Ambassador Popoff: Adamovitch.
Adamovitch: Yes, your excellency?
Ambassador Popoff: Go to my bedroom. In the cabinet, behind his majesty's picture, is a little brown bottle of poison... Throw it away. It's a protective measure.
[Presenting a dog to the courtroom]
Prosecuting Attorney: Exhibit 2, please. Now, generals of the jury, I will prove with this exhibit...
Defense Attorney: Your honor, I object! I object to having this witness called an exhibit!
Prosecuting Attorney: She IS an exhibit!
Defense Attorney: He's a witness!
Prosecuting Attorney: She is not!
Defense Attorney: He is!
Judge: Objection sustained. From now on, the prosecution will refer to Exhibit #2 as Witness #1.
King Achmet: Now tell me, if you weren't married... if you weren't my wife, could you fall for Gabrielovitsch?
Queen Dolores: If I weren't married... if I had it to do over again, and had the choice between you and Gabrielovitsch? Frankly, I'd take you.
[King Achmet laughs contentedly]
Queen Dolores: That shows you what I think of Gabrielovitsch.
Queen Dolores: Put Gabrielovitsch and Sienkovitsch together, and what have you got? Gabrielovitsch and Sienkovitsch.
Sonia: [sitting at a dance hall table, Danilo has very reluctantly let go of Sonia's hand] Now you're acting like a gentleman.
Sonia: Please give me back my shoe.