The Fallen Idol (1948)
Phillipe: Master Phillipe, we-- we've always been friends, haven't we?
Mrs. Baines: We were friends last night. Do you remember that secret we had about them?
Phillipe: We didn't have a secret.
Mrs. Baines: Oh, you know all about them! You're not such a child as you pretend to be! You've got a nasty, wicked mind and it ought to be beaten out of you!
Baines: Good day, sir... In his office there, miss.
Housekeeper #1: Not healthy to be as clean as all that.
Housekeeper #2: Anyway, these foreigners like a bit of dirt.
Baines: There's lies and lies.
Mrs. Baines: What do you mean by that?
Baines: Some lies are just kindness.
Phillipe: Funny, isn't it? Julie working for the embassy and all this time she was your niece.
Baines: Yes. It's a scream.
Baines: Give me your handkerchief. It's things like that give secrets away.
Julie: What did he say, Phile?
Phillipe: "I want my freedom." Just like that. And she went on. Natter, natter. Always nattering. Poor Baines. He did want it so badly. When she comes back, I'll ask her for my freedom, too.
Policeman: [to Phillipe] Walking in your sleep, were you?
Rose: That's all I was doing.
Phillipe: We've got to think of lies and tell them all the time. And then they won't find out the truth.
Julie: The truth can't harm Baines. Don't you realize he's innocent?
Baines: There are faults on both sides, Phile. We don't have any call to judge. Perhaps she was what she was because I am what I am. We ought to be very careful, Phile. 'Cause we make one another.
Phillipe: I thought God made us.
Baines: Trouble is, we take a hand in the game.
Inspector Crowe: How much easier it would be if everybody told the police the truth in the first place.