Sweet Music (1935)
Bonnie Haydon: [to Barney] What sinister forces are keeping *you* off the Brain Trust?
Skip Houston: [teasing Bonnie while she's doing a tap dance on stage] Hey, that's a snappy routine - in fact it always was a good routine, I remember *way back* in 1914...
Song writer in Madison's office: [he's just played a new song he wrote] How do you like it?
Billy Madison: It's lousier than ever.
Song writer in Madison's office: Billy, I'll stake my life on this number. It's got everything in it!
Billy Madison: Yeah - that's the trouble with it.
Sidney Selzer: [pointing out to Skip Houston that the public doesn't seem to like Bonnie Haydon's performances] Ah, look at these letters. One fellow says her voice would sound better through a thick feather pillow. And they send them by airmail, so they can tell us *faster* how terrible they think she is! Am I right, Sigmund?
Sigmund Selzer: For once, you're right!