Cat People (1942)
Oliver 'Ollie' Reed: Oh, you can tell Alice anything, she's such a good egg she can understand anything.
Irena Dubrovna: There are some things a woman doesn't want other women to understand.
Woman at pet shop: You can fool everybody, but laudie dearie me, you can't fool a cat. They seem to know who's not right.
Irena Dubrovna: What should I tell my husband? Naturally, he's anxious to have some word.
Dr. Louis Judd: What does one tell a husband? One tells him nothing.
Irena Dubrovna: You're very wise, you know a great deal, yet when you speak of the soul, you mean the mind, and it is not my mind that is troubled.
Dr. Louis Judd: What a clever girl. All the psychologists have tried for years to find that subtle difference between mind and soul, and you've found it.
Irena Dubrovna: Oh, it's alright. It's just that cats don't seem to like me.
Irena Dubrovna: Will you have tea with me in my apartment?
Oliver 'Ollie' Reed: You make everything so simple!
Woman at pet shop: I can't imagine!
Irena Dubrovna: That's Lalage - the perfume I use. I like it, perhaps too well. Maybe I use too much of it, living alone like this.
Oliver 'Ollie' Reed: It's hard to describe. It's not like flowers exactly. It's - it's like something warm and living.