Dark Victory (1939)
Judith: Nothing can hurt us now. What we have can't be destroyed. That's our victory - our victory over the dark. It is a victory because we're not afraid.
Judith: Here's a tragedy for you. Jessica's Girl has bronchitis and can't possibly last the night. Jessica's Girl is a horse. Poor Jessica's Girl.
Michael O'Leary: [on the phone] Hello, there. Is this the house? I've been trying to get you.
Judith: That you, Martha?
Martha, housekeeper: Yes, Miss Judith.
Judith: I don't want to be disturbed.
Judith: Moving to Vermont are you? What do you do there in between yawns?
Judith: I've never taken orders from anyone. As long as I live, I'll never take orders from anyone. I'm young and strong and nothing can touch me.
Michael O'Leary: What good's ridin' and fightin' these days? What does it get ya?
Dr. Frederick Steele: I'm not quitting... I have a little laboratory on my farm up there in Vermont. The Medical Research Bureau is backing me. Fisher in Philadelphia is going to do the pathology, incidentally, the best man in the country... Brain cells. Why do healthy normal cells go berserk and grow wild?... Nobody knows. But we call them cysts and gliomas and tumors and cancers. And we operate and hope to cure with a knife and half the time we don't even know the cause. Our patients have faith in us because we're doctors... Someday, somebody will discover a serum that will be to these growths what insulin is to diabetes and anti-toxins to diptheria, and maybe earn his title of Doctor of Medicine.