I'd Rather Be Rich (1964)
[Paul has done a bad impersonation of Warren singing]
Cynthis du Lane: That's not funny!
Paul Benton: You're right. It's much funnier when he does it.
Paul Benton: And now, ladies and gentlemen, from high atop Beacon Hill, over looking the low rent district, we at the Sheer Luck hotel are proud to bring you the ear-splitting notes of popular singer Warren Palmer, as he asks the musical question:
[in a falsetto voice]
Paul Benton: "Where are you..."
Cynthia duLane: That's not funny.
Paul Benton: You know, you're right. It's much funnier when he does it.
Phillip duLane: Forgive me, Miss Grimshaw, but I frequently say things that I actually mean.
Miss Grimshaw: What are we doing on our knees?
Phillip duLane: We are looking for a pill.
Miss Grimshaw: If you are looking for a pill, you call me.
Phillip duLane: Yes, I dare say.
Warren Palmer: I AM WARREN PALMER!
Paul Benton: Did you hear that? He's schizophrenic. Thinks he's two people at once; split personality.
Warren Palmer: Split my eye!
Paul Benton: Don't tempt me.
Warren Palmer: Please, can I hit him just once?
Paul Benton: You know what the problem with women is? They've got a manopoly. They're the only thing you can marry. The trust-busters will be after them any day now.