Murder at the Vanities (1934)
Jack Ellery: Nancy, what shall I do?
Nancy: Oh, Mr. Ellery!
Jack Ellery: C'mon, let's do it.
Chorus girl: [Contemptuously to Rita] Listen, baby, blues singers like you are thicker than brunettes in Africa.
Jack Ellery: [to Murdock] Why don't you take your lamps off those dames and do a little police work?
Rita Ross: [Exit line to Mrs. Smith] Ta, Ta! I'll see you in the chair.
Police Lt. Bill Murdock: [Ogling a showgirl] Now there's a baby over there looks suspicious and ought to be followed.
Jack Ellery: Hmm! Don't get to close to her. She'll mistake you for King Kong.
Jack Ellery: Say, Rita, come here a minute, will you? There's a fellow out here that used to go to school with you.
Rita Ross: There's a catch in it somewhere. I never went to school.
Rita Ross: [song] Sooth me with your caress, sweet marijuana; marijuana. Help me in my distress, sweet marijuana, please do. You alone can bring my lover back to me. Even though I know it's all a fantasy. And then put me to sleep, sweet marijuana; marijuana! You alone can bring my lover back to me. Even though I know it's all a fantasy. And then put me to sleep, sweet marijuana; marijuana!