Double Wedding (1937)
Waldo Beaver: Why do Bohemians have to stay up all night?
Margit Agnew: Mr. Lodge, I appeal to you as a gentleman.
Charles Lodge: No-oh, I'm afraid you've got me confused with somebody else. I'm a vagrant.
Charles Lodge: I remember men in our regiment who'd ride out across the sands against the Arabs to face a certain horrible death carrying a rose in their teeth.
Margit Agnew: I seem to see you with spaghetti.
Charles Lodge: Women don't like noble, self-sacrificing men. Women are not civilized like we are. They like bloodshed. They like forceful men, like me.
Margit Agnew: [speaking of her sister] I'm very proud of what I've done. I kept her from making mistakes.
Mrs. Kensington-Bly: Well, it's a lot of fun making mistakes sometimes.
Mr. Keough: I, Miss Agnew, was the first G-man - long before they thought of it in Washington.
Mrs. Kensington-Bly: How many children are they going to have?
Margit Agnew: Well, naturally that's up to them.
Mrs. Kensington-Bly: Well, that's mighty white of you.
Margit Agnew: You swore to me you'd never see Irene again. In spite of that, you had dinner with her at the Lafayette. You had tea with her this afternoon at the Normandy. You've been leading her astray with false promises. You promised to get her a film career. You promised her a Japanese butler and a Negro chauffeur. You promised her a Beverly Hills suite on a hilltop. Can you give her those things? No! You haven't a penny. Have you gotten her a film contract? No! You ought to be ashamed of yourself.