Libeled Lady (1936)
Bill Chandler: I thought that was rather clever of me.
Connie Allenbury: Yes, I thought you thought so.
Warren Haggerty: She may be his wife, but she's engaged to me!
Warren Haggerty: Would I ask you to do this thing for me if I didn't consider you practically my wife?
Gladys: Would you ask your wife to hook up with that ape?
Bill Chandler: The ape objects.
Harvey Allen: What'll we use for a headline?
Warren Haggerty: I don't care. Anything. "War threatens Europe!"
Harvey Allen: Which country?
Warren Haggerty: Flip a nickel!
Gladys: I don't care who he is. Nobody talks to me like a house detective.
Warren Haggerty: How do you know how a house detective talks?
Gladys: Don't you think I read?
Magistrate: Well I hope you'll be very happy and don't forget to invite me to your silver anniversary.
Gladys: It'll have to be in the next six weeks!
Mr. Allenbury: That man is a first class angler!
Connie Allenbury: If he's first class, I'm traveling steerage.
Justice of the Peace: [Bill and Connie getting married by a Justice of the Peace] My wife will be the witness. She'll be down in a minute... Oh, here she is now.
Wife of the Justice of the Peace: [Barely glancing at the couple] Are they sober?
Justice of the Peace: Well, I... I... I think so.
Connie Allenbury: This is love, not liquor.
Warren Haggerty: Where did you go when you left us Bill?
Bill Chandler: Intelligence Department Warren, I always did like contrast. Well, Cheerio!
Warren Haggerty: [introducing] Mr. Bane, my future wife.
Mr. Bane: Nonsense! I'll be in my office. Get rid of this woman!
Connie Allenbury: Any woman can be starved by neglect. The little attentions Bill paid you seemed so much greater, because you weren't getting them from Haggerty.
Gladys: The only time Warren ever sent me flowers, he signed Bill's name to the card!
Connie Allenbury: Exactly! He probably never noticed the clothes you wore, never told you how lovely you looked, the way Bill did.
Gladys: That's right! How did you know?
Connie Allenbury: Women can't fool women about men.
Connie Allenbury: You can't build a life on hate, or a marriage on spite. Marriage is too important. Mine only lasted an hour, but... I know.