B.F.'s Daughter (1948)
Burton F. 'B.F.' Fulton: My money seems to have done you a lot of harm. I didn't mean it that way. I earned it for you... but for your happiness.
Pauline 'Polly' Fulton Brett: Oh, please, Darling.
Burton F. 'B.F.' Fulton: Polly, times are changing. I haven't wanted them to. A lot of people think that everything should be different, and they're quite honest about it, but I can't agree with them. I've been a builder, and the world needs builders - planners too, but builders, always builders.
'Apples' Sandler: You can tell how a man is doing in Washington by the amount of slander they sling at him.
Martin Delwyn 'Marty' Ainsley: [On the radio] The writing is on the wall. So few of us seem able to read it.
Burton F. 'B.F.' Fulton: [to Polly] It's just that I want you to know that lots of marriages... well, aren't the way they say in books... but still they're worth fighting for.
Thomas W. 'Tom' Brett: It's always been my experience that spring is sort of flat-chested.