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The Dentist (1932) Poster

(1932)

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Benford's Tough Son: So, you're the guy that hit my father on the head.

Dentist: Yes, you want to make anything out of it.

Benford's Tough Son: [socks him in the jaw]

Arthur - The Iceman: [rising to the Dentist's defense] I'd like to see you do that again.

Dentist: Is it necessary for him to do it again?

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Dentist: [as an unconscious golfer that he hit in the head with his ball is dragged away] Get those teeth out of there, too, they're right in my lie.

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Mary - Dentist's Daughter: [after her father has patted her on the derriere as she looks into the ice box] Fifty pounds and chop it fine.

Dentist: [reading from a newpaper] "Mrs. Unclebeck..."

[looking up when her words have sunk in]

Dentist: What do you mean, "Fifty pounds and chop it fine"?

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: Oh, I thought you were Arthur.

Dentist: Who's Arthur?

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: He's the man I intend to marry.

Dentist: Oh, well, don't tell me anything about it - I'm only your father. I can read in the newspaper. What does he do for a living?

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: Well, he's the iceman.

Dentist: [shocked] An iceman?

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: Yeah, he goes to college. He's a Cornell man.

Arthur - The Iceman: [voice from outside] Iceman.

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: Red Grange was an iceman.

Dentist: He's still an iceman as far as I'm concerned.

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Miss Peppitone - Patient: [nervously] You won't hurt my leg, will you? My doctor says I have a very bad leg.

Dentist: [looking at her shapely leg] Your doctor is off his nut. I don't believe in doctors anyway. There's a doctor lives right down the street here. Treated a man for yellow jaundice for nine years - then found out he was a Jap.

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Dentist: Shall I use gas?

Miss Peppitone - Patient: [nervously] Well, gas or electric light. I'd feel nervous to have you fool around me in the dark.

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[first lines]

Dentist: Where are my glasses?

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: They're on your head.

Dentist: Oh, yeah, thanks. Where's the newspaper?

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: You're sitting on it.

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Dentist: Where are my golf clubs?

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: In your golf bag.

Dentist: Yeah, but, where's the golf...

[trips]

Dentist: ...bag?

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: You just fell over it.

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Mary - Dentist's Daughter: Where's the ice?

Dentist: In the icebox!

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: There's just a little piece left. Now I'll have to get some more.

Dentist: Keep that iceman outta here! I'm going to order a Frigidaire.

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Dentist: Where's my cap?

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: You never wear any.

Dentist: Oh, yeah, that's right.

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Dentist: Open that door!

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: I can't. You locked me in.

Dentist: Where's the key?

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: In your pocket.

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[last lines]

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: Father, you're not *really* going to buy a Frigidaire, are you?

Dentist: [turning in a huff and addressing Arthur the Iceman in an gruff "okay-you-win-but-I'm-not-happy-about-it" tone] Fifty pounds of ice and make it snappy.

Mary - Dentist's Daughter: [leaps into Arthur's arms for a joyful kiss, relieved that her father has accepted her beau]

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Dentist: [to his assistant who is frantically trying to get his attention about the patient screaming in pain in the waiting room as he tells a golf story to another patient] Oh, to hell with her!

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Dentist: Were they burned up. You could have fried eggs on the back of his neck.

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Dentist: A dog bit you?

Miss Peppitone - Patient: Yes. It was a little dachshund. What a little tiny dog.

[bends over, backside to the Dentist]

Miss Peppitone - Patient: He sneaked right up behind me and he bit me right like that.

[pointing to her ankle]

Miss Peppitone - Patient: And I was standing with my back to him and here he was, this little dog, who bit me - right - here!

Dentist: [looking at her backside] You're rather fortunate that it wasn't a Newfoundland dog that bit you.

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Miss Peppitone - Patient: [screams] Oh, Doctor! I can't let you do that again!

[hurries out of the room moaning]

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Dentist: [talking to his Dental Assistant behind the chair while patient Miss Mason eavesdrops on the conversation] When I tell you to go out and tell one of these palookas that I'm out, go out and tell them I'm out. Don't have these buzzards walk in on me.

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Miss Mason - Patient: [thinking the piece of fallen ceiling plaster the Dentist pulls from her mouth is a tooth] Why, it came out easily, didn't it.

Dentist: Yes it did. Yes it did. A surprise to me.

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Dental Assistant: Relax. Would you like a drink?

Miss Mason - Patient: What is it?

Dental Assistant: Water.

Miss Mason - Patient: No, thanks.

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Dentist: [referring to his patient, Miss Mason] Is that female wrestler gone?

Dental Assistant: Yes, she's gone.

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Dentist: That kid's so dumb he doesn't know what time it is.

Charley Frobisher: Say, by the way, what time is it?

Dentist: I don't know.

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Dentist: Have you ever had this tooth pulled before?

Miss Mason - Patient: No!

Dentist: This won't hurt you - much.

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Dentist: Don't stand behind when I'm shooting!

Dentist's Caddy: You told me to stand over there, sir.

Dentist: Never mind where I told you to stand. You stand where I tell you!

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Dentist: Where's the soap?

Dental Assistant: It's in your hand.

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