The Belle of New York (1952)
Mrs. Phineas Hill: All the cheques I've written to Charles, five of them. Supposedly for his pet charities. Well I'm through being charitable to everyone he pets.
Charlie Hill: It's not obscene, it's French.
Mrs. Phineas Hill: French is obscene!
One of Frenchie's girls: What is the meaning of this obscene?
Charlie Hill: It means you better go.
One of Frenchie's girls: Very well then, I obscene!
Angela Bonfils: There's nothing wrong with you.
Charlie Hill: Yes there is, I'm in love.
Angela Bonfils: Love.
Charlie Hill: You probably don't know about love.
Angela Bonfils: Well I certainly know it isn't about being numb, weak at the knees.
Charlie Hill: Peanuts. I only wish they were diamonds.
Angela Bonfils: That's silly, you can't eat diamonds.
Charlie Hill: Diamonds buy a lot of peanuts.
Angela Bonfils: I got a lot of peanuts.
Charlie Hill: I guess I just seem to lose interest in any girl who'd marry a fella like me.
Mrs. Phineas Hill: And when you leave, take Buffalo Bill with you!