Charlie Chan in Paris (1935)
Yvette Lamartine: Too bad you don't dance, Mr. Chan.
Charlie Chan: Mud turtle in pond more safe than man on horseback.
Charlie Chan: Perfect case, like perfect doughnut, has hole.
Inspector Renard: Ha, I see. Same old pessimist, aren't you?
Charlie Chan: Optimist only sees doughnut. Pessimist sees hole.
Charlie Chan: Hasty conclusion like gunpowder. Easy to explode.
Charlie Chan: [after giving money to a beggar at aerodrome] It is always good fortune to give alms upon entering city.
Max Corday: [in a condescending pidgen English/Chinese accent] Me happy know you. Mebbe you likee havee little drinkee?
Charlie Chan: Very happy to make acquaintance of charming gentleman.
Charlie Chan: Me no likeee drinkee now - perhaps later.
Yvette Lamartine: [to Dufresne] I didn't think you could be so contemptible!
Charlie Chan: Kindness in heart much better than gold in bank.
Charlie Chan: Wait here - observe closely.
Lee Chan: Observe what?
Charlie Chan: Don't know. Good detective never ask what and why until after he see.
Albert Dufresne: Be assured we'll help you to get to the bottom of this, Mr. Chan.
Charlie Chan: Must turn up many stones to find hiding place of snake.
Charlie Chan: We must follow.
Lee Chan: Who? Him?
Charlie Chan: Important fox must not know hounds pursue.
Charlie Chan: Many strange crimes committed in sewers of Paris.
Charlie Chan: Only foolish man waste words when argument is lost.