Forever and a Day (1943)
Trimble Maid: Eeeeeh - isn't it all romantic? Just like a fairy tale.
Trimble Maid: Yes. She's a nice little thing in her way and I really pity her having to go back to that old Barstow.
Sir Anthony Trimble-Pomfret: [on receiving a knighthood] I am of course grattered and flattified by the signal honour Her Majesty has done us.
Ned Trimble: Do you have a room with a bath for tonight?
Marjorie Ismay: Well, we have a room, and we have a bathroom.
Gates Trimble Pomfret: [looking at the portrait of his ancestor] Let's build again. He would.
Lesley Trimble: Yes, he would. He built a shelter, decency, dignity, everything a home should stand for. Oh, but he'd want to make sure first none of this would happen again.
Gates Trimble Pomfret: You bet he would. And that's our job... yours and mine.