Fools for Scandal (1938)
Kay Winters: You know, today, I saw Paris for the first time. Isn't France wonderful! Everybody speaks French, even the children.
Lady Paula Malverton: Rene understands the two fundamental things in a woman's life: love and good food.
Kay Winters: Which does he collect on? His eyes or his omelettes?
Kay Winters: It's stupid to say this is love. I don't even know you! All I know is you're a charming young man who makes a divine salad.
Rene Vilardell: And don't forget the Crepe Suzettes.
Kay Winters: You have nice eyes and a breezy tongue. But, that's necessarily a basis for an enduring love!
Rene Vilardell: You talk of love as if it were something with a cornerstone and steel girders. Just try to think of it as a gleam in the eye, a laugh, a moment of gayety, a moment of exultation, then the whole problem becomes quite simple.
Kay Winters: And we become quite simple minded.
Rene Vilardell: When I think of a girl like Kay getting married in Fort Wayne, i could cry.
Dewey Gilson: When I think of anybody getting married in Fort Wayne, I could could cry.
Rene Vilardell: If you were a girl, Dewey, wouldn't you rather marry me than Mr. Philip Chester?
Dewey Gilson: If I were a girl, I'd rather marry me.