The General Died at Dawn (1936)
O'Hara: I like people too much to shoot. But it's a dark year and a hard night.
Judy Perrie: Maybe some day there'll be a law to abolish the blues. Something big, like an amendment to the Constitution. For all of us.
O'Hara: You ask me why I'm for oppressed people? Because I've got a background of oppression myself, and O'Haras and elephants never forget.
Judy Perrie: If I believed like that in anything... I'd do a dance.
O'Hara: [to Judy] Let me tell you, dreamboat. Don't think I fell for you. A tree with a flower on: I'd've fallen for that, the way I was feeling. A fish on a dish would-a got me.
Peter Perrie: This is no place for us, China.
Judy Perrie: Isn't it, Pete?
Peter Perrie: A man ought to die at home. A Christian death.
Peter Perrie: Well I must say, what a funny world where a man's own daughter don't trust him. I must say.