The Glass Key (1935)
Shad O'Rory: I'm too big to take the boot from you.
Paul Madvig: Maybe you're too big to take it lying down, but you'll take it. You are taking it!
[on the phone to the police chief]
Paul Madvig: I hear Shad's going to open the Four-Leaf Clover again tonight. Slam it down so hard it bounces! Sure. Fine. Goodbye.
Paul Madvig: Now you know where you stand.
Ned Beaumont: Silk socks don't go with tweed.
Paul Madvig: I like the feel.
Ned Beaumont: Then lay off tweeds.
Jeff: That's between me and Shad and the lamppost. And you ain't no lamppost!
Mom: Don't worry, Ed; you and Paul'll enjoy working with an honest man. Once you get used to it.
Jeff: Excuse us, gents. We gotta go up and play handball. Me and Cuddles.
Paul Madvig: He's practically given me the key to his house.
Ned Beaumont: Yeah? A glass key. Look out it don't break off in your hand.
Nurse: If he gives me any trouble I'll break his jaw.
Paul Madvig: Mmm. Nice girl.
Shad O'Rory: You haven't answered my question.
Ned Beaumont: You haven't made your proposition.