The Mysterious Mr. Wong (1934)
Mr. Wong: A few hours with the rats will loosen his tongue to tell the truth!
Mr. Wong: Your success may turn to bitterness and you may wish you had not meddled with the affairs of Wong.
Editor: Did you ever run into a Chinaman by the name of Wong?
Barton: Have I ever run into one that ain't named Wong?
Officer McGillicuddy: All right, what is it you want?
Barton: The Globe sent me over to do this murder.
Officer McGillicuddy: Too late, it's already been done.
Barton: Say, can I call you by my last name?
Peg: I'll have to think about it.
Barton: What's the matter? Don't you love me?
Peg: I guess I could learn to.
Barton: How long will it take ya to get started? It's 11:30 now.
Mr. Wong: Did the ancient and honorable name of Wong fall from the lips of his gracious and loyal niece?
Moonflower, Wong's Niece: Doors must have keyholes. There will always be those to listen at them.
Mr. Wong: It would be unfortunate to have to shut so beautiful a personage in the dungeon of the faithless.
Moonflower, Wong's Niece: You wouldn't dare!
Mr. Wong: Wong has dared many things. He will continue to dare. And one day when he is acclaimed by all of Keylat.
Moonflower, Wong's Niece: You are wrong! You were never intended by fate to rule Keylat!