Not Now Darling (1973)
Commissionaire: Morning, Miss Whittington.
Miss Whittington: Good morning, Frank.
Commissionaire: You're a bit late.
Miss Whittington: I'm all behind today.
Commissionaire: And quite a bit in front, too, eh?
Miss Whittington: Cheeky!
Miss Tipdale: But eh, what shall I say to Mrs. Frencham?
Arnold Crouch: Well tell her to go to - hello, Mrs Frencham!
Arnold Crouch: Thank heavens you've arrived, Mr. Bodley, I've been driven out of my mind.
Gilbert Bodley: That must have been a very quick trip.
Arnold Crouch: Mr. Bodley. How can you when your wife's away?
Gilbert Bodley: How can I when she isn't?
Arnold Crouch: Mrs. Bodley would be appalled if she knew as much as I know.
Gilbert Bodley: She'd also be very stupid.
Arnold Crouch: 'Every man to his trade', that's what my grandfather was always saying.
Gilbert Bodley: Oh, how very tedious for your grandmother.
Maude Bodley: Poor Mr. Bodley must be worn out.
Commissionaire: Yes, when you're away, you know, he certainly gets stuck into things.
Maude Bodley: Well, I'm glad to hear it. He's a tower of strength.
Commissionaire: Yeah, I think he must have.
Arnold Crouch: I would like to say, here and now...
Gilbert Bodley: And you said them very nicely, too.
Janie McMichael: Miss Tipdale, have you got my underwear?
Miss Tipdale: I'm afraid not.
Gilbert Bodley: What are you doing, knitting them?
Harry McMichael: Have you seen any more of Mrs. Lawson?
Arnold Crouch: Yes, quite a lo- no, very little.
Gilbert Bodley: [about Crouch] You must forgive him, you know, he's been laboring under a severe handicap for some time.
Harry McMichael: Really? What's that?
Gilbert Bodley: His brain.
Miss Tipdale: Mr Crouch?
Arnold Crouch: Yes, Miss Tipdale?
Miss Tipdale: May I say something?
Arnold Crouch: Well yes, but eh, not very much.
Gilbert Bodley: I'm sorry to have to tell you, but your husband and my wife are unfaithful.
Janie McMichael: With whom?
Arnold Crouch: His wife and your husband.