The Invisible Woman (1940)
Prof. Gibbs: [to a car] Put yourself into the garage, lazy bones!
Richard Russell: Call the airport. We're leaving.
George: Oh, airport!
Richard Russell: No, on the phone.
[Foghorn, now a falsetto, is at the door]
Richard Russell: Who is it?
George: I don't know, sir, but it sounds like Jenny Lind.
[George throws the contents of a goldfish bowl over Richard]
Richard Russell: George, did you have to throw the fish?
George: It's Friday, sir.
Prof. Gibbs: If more women were invisible, life would be much less complicated.
Richard Russell: And much less interesting.
Kitty Carroll: [to Prof. Gibbs] I've got to be visible.
Richard Russell: [to Prof. Gibbs] Think of my suspense.
George: Invisible women! These days you can't believe your own eyes, even if you don't see anything.
George: Looking at a woman is only the first step to trouble. You look, she smiles. You soften, she sues.
Kitty Carroll: It so happens that by profession I'm a model.
Richard Russell: What for, piano legs?
Kitty Carroll: Any time you have a piano with legs like mine, sonny, run, do not walk, to your nearest music store.
Richard Russell: Any girl that'd become invisible can't be very easy on the eyes.
Prof. Gibbs: [pointing to stuffed head] Did you shoot that elk?
George: No, I think it was born there.
Kitty Carroll: Whew! Kinda chilly. I wonder how the nudists stand it.
Blackie: What is all this "sí sí"? Are you Spanish?
O'Klotz: I'm a Pomeranian!
Foghorn: Put that away. Scientists don't carry tommy guns.
Bill: Say, maybe we should have brought a butterfly net, huh?
Richard Russell: Stop breathing down my neck.
George: It's the breath of pleasure, sir. And perhaps a touch of garlic.
Attorney: Where is he? Where is he? Get up! Get up!
George: I am up. I was up. And I've been up all night. I would have stayed up if you hadn't knocked me down.
Kitty Carroll: Well at least the stockings are dry.
[Richard Russell looks at Kitty Carroll putting on the stockings]
Kitty Carroll: Now to find my feet.
[starts putting on the stocking]
Kitty Carroll: This is worst than dressing in the dark.
[pulls up the stocking over her left invisible leg]
Kitty Carroll: There, now we'll see who's stalling!
Prof. Gibbs: So you see the entire principle is a combination of chemical, biological, and dynamic influences
Blackie: Cut out the stalling! For an hour you've been using big words!
Kitty Carroll: Yes Professor, for the love of Mike cut out the stalling. I want to go home.
Blackie: You'll both go home on a slab if this guy don't come through. I want to be invisible!
Prof. Gibbs: I don't blame you. It would be a decided improvement.