The Two Mrs. Carrolls (1947)
Geoffrey Carroll: Y'know, I have the strangest feeling that this is the beginning of a beautiful hatred.
Sally Morton Carroll: ...and Geoffrey, this is 'Penny'.
Geoffrey Carroll: You I've got news, I don't think i'm going to like you.
Charles Pennington: Pity, I was just about to kiss you.
Dr. Tuttle: Ah Christine! Been cleaning the silver, have you?
Christine: That's right doctor, you've got a great sense of perception. How's Mrs. Carroll this morning?
Dr. Tuttle: Improved I'm glad to say. Much improved! Oh by the way Christine, have you heard the latest about the burglar? Last night he...
Christine: [cuts him off] I know doctor. Heard all about it.
Dr. Tuttle: Oh, uh, where's you master?
Christine: Up in Heaven.
Dr. Tuttle: I beg your pardon?
Christine: If you're talking about my 'Master', he's up in Heaven. But if you're talking about my employer Mr. Carroll, he's out in the garden.
Dr. Tuttle: The garden? What's he doing out there on a day like this?
Christine: Minding his own business, i should think.
Dr. Tuttle: [Dr. Tuttle walks away] ... 'minding his own business'... humph!
Christine: [says under her breath] Nosy old fossil.
Dr. Tuttle: Ah Christine, this miserable weather and all... did, did you put the whiskey out?
Christine: I knew you were coming, didn't I?
Dr. Tuttle: Oh, good, good!
[he walks to the bar]
Charles Pennington: Christine, I must compliment you.
Charles Pennington: Yes. I feel if you were polished, thoroughly polished mind you, you'd be a rough diamond.
[he then turns and follows the doctor to the bar]
Christine: [Christine at first has a happy expression on her face, then the expression slowly turns into a scowl]