The Thrill of It All (1963)
Beverly Boyer: [On live camera and nervous] Hello. I'm... I'm Beverly Boyer and I'm a pig.
Old Tom Fraleigh: A pig?
Mrs. Fraleigh: A pig?
Gardiner Fraleigh: A pig?
Mike Palmer: A pig?
Andy Boyer: What did mommy say?
Olivia: She said she was a pig.
Mrs. Fraleigh: There's nothing more fulfilling in life than having a baby.
Gardiner Fraleigh: Call your baby! My wife's having a husband!
Andy Boyer: Mom, can we play golf till lunch is ready?
Beverly Boyer: Yes, darling. You can play in the back yard. Don't chop up the lawn like daddy.
Dr. Gerald Boyer: Now you have finally done it.
Beverly Boyer: Done what?
Dr. Gerald Boyer: You have finally succeeded in equating the delivery of a baby with the delivery of a commercial.
Beverly Boyer: If anybody ever asks me to go on television again, I hope that you'll just...
Dr. Gerald Boyer: I will. I'll beat 'em off with my stethoscope.
Dr. Gerald Boyer: I'm the kind of a husband who likes to see his wife. Not staring at him from a billboard, or looking up at him from a magazine ad. I want to see her, and I want to see here in person and often.
Mrs. Fraleigh: I've been taking very long walks up and down Fifth Avenue.
Dr. Gerald Boyer: Fine. Exercise is very important.
Mrs. Fraleigh: I don't walk for the exercise. I walk to show off. I'm proud of my condition. Is that silly?
Dr. Gerald Boyer: Silly? That's about the healthiest attitude you could have.