Captive Wild Woman (1943)
Dockworker: Clear the dock! Clear the dock!
End Narrator: So, behind these gates is buried the legend of a mortal who went beyond the realm of human powers and tampered with things no man should ever touch.
Dr. Sigmund Walters: Most elements are traceable to glandular disorders.
Curly, a rube: [referring to the new shipment of lions] How many?
Fred Mason: Forty.
Curly, a rube: Well, I'll feed 'em, but you gotta explain meatless Tuesdays to 'em.
Gruen, the handler: [drunkenly to Dr. Walters in a bar] Now, how about us havin' a little drink, enh? A little drink to monkey business.
Dr. Sigmund Walters: [rhetorical] Why should a single life be so important?
Dr. Sigmund Walters: [ominously to Beth] You're not only going to watch this operation... You're going to be helpful to me.
Beth Colman: Gee, it's good having you back. Was the trip a success?
Fred Mason: A success? Look! "Look! Twenty tigers, twenty lions, six zebras, eleven leopards... and Sheila!"
Beth Colman: Sheila?
Fred Mason: The most gorgeous lady that ever came out of the jungles.