The Fox (1967)
Paul Renfield: How come you've never married? You're not bad looking... You've never had a man. That's your problem.
Paul Renfield: Maybe you need a man around the place... make things more efficient.
Ellen March: It isn't a question of efficiency. We just don't believe in working that hard.
Paul Renfield: Why did you start?
Jill Banford: Oh... um... The good life, independence, and that sort of thing...
Paul Renfield: Tell me. Have you ever tried talking to them?
Jill Banford: To...?
Paul Renfield: The chickens. Grandpa did it all the time. He used to go out there and he'd have a real heart-to-heart with them about how they weren't doing well by him, and how he's spending good money for feed. And the next morning there'd be eggs all over the place.
Jill Banford: Are you serious?
Paul Renfield: Honestly. At least a dozen eggs a day. Not only that, you could get them any way you wanted them - easy over, poached, scrambled, sunny-side-up...