Bright Leaf (1950)
Major Singleton: I'm afraid I don't believe in cigarettes, much less a machine for makin' them. It turns my stomach, sir, every time I have occasion to witness someone pokin' one of those vile concoctions into their face. I deal in cigars, sir. Nothing less.
Major Singleton: I'm too old a horse to change my gait.
Sonia Kovac: No woman who wants something is a lady. If she is, she doesn't get it.
Chris Malley: The nice thing about being rich is having so much money.
Lawyer Calhoun: We all felt pretty bad about your... trouble.
Brant Royle: Yeah, I'll bet you cried hour after hour.
John Barton: I've learned a great deal from you, Brant. If I weren't an honest man, I might be able to use it.
Margaret Jane Singleton: You know, I'll say one thing for Brant Royle: when he looks at me, I know I'm a woman.
Brant Royle: Still my girl?
Sonia Kovac: Don't bet on it! You think all yuh have to do is snap your finger at me. All these years and not even a letter!
Brant Royle: Nothing to write about.
Sonia Kovac: I could have been dead.
Brant Royle: Then what good would a letter be?