The Bride Walks Out (1936)
[When given a stick to use as a riding crop.]
Paul Dodson: I like this. Brings out the wife-beater in me.
Paul Dodson: Without my wife, I'm comparatively alone in the world. Even with my wife, I'm comparatively alone in the world.
Mamie - Carolyn's maid: Well, you know what Mr Lincoln said - you can fool some of the people all of the time, and some of the people some of the time, but you can't *fool* some of the people some of the time.
Mamie - Carolyn's maid: Can't see why white men folks don't want their women folks to work. I had to git to work the minute I got married. My husband retired with the Marriage Certificate.
Hugh McKenzie: I'm swell at groping.
Carolyn Martin: I imagined you were the type!
Carolyn Martin: The cows haven't formed a union, have they?
Milkman: I wouldn't be at all surprised.
Mr. Donovan - collector for Acme Furniture: I'm here to get the third payment on your sixth installment.
Carolyn Martin: I'm not going to get that.
Hugh McKenzie: It won't do any good. The florist always rings twice.
Mr. Donovan - collector for Acme Furniture: What you are sitting on does not belong to you.
Mr. Donovan - collector for Acme Furniture: Six o'clock! And the warehouse closes at five. If we hurry, we can just make it. Let's go boys.
Michael Martin: We're married you know.
Neighbor on Stairs: Well, that certainly takes a load off my mind.
Michael Martin: Nothing can touch us on this day. The gods are with us.
Paul Dodson: Yeah, but the red light's against us.