Girl Missing (1933)
Kay Curtis: [Referring to note in envelope] It's for us all right. It says "for the g.d. sisters." I don't know if he means gold diggers or another well-known word.
June Dale: You've been like a father.
Kenneth Van Dusen: I don't feel fatherly. I feel... uh, hotcha! That's it - hotcha!
Kenneth Van Dusen: You may not realize it, but there's something of a caveman in me.
June Dale: That's what I'm afraid of, Kenneth
June Dale: What now?
Kay Curtis: There's an old saying - when one fish gets away, bait your hook for another one.
June Dale: I don't quite get you.
Kay Curtis: You're the bait. Before the sun sinks in the good old west, we'll bait another one.
Mrs. Bradford: I knew that if Daisy had to depend on her own brains, she'd be a flop.
Alvin Bradford: Ah,yes, without your powerful mind, I guess we'd all be pretty well sunk.
Mrs. Bradford: I'm brainy enough to know when to run for cover. Let's start packing!
Alvin Bradford: They'll grab us directly we make a move.
Mrs. Bradford: Listen, if I have a nervous breakdown over Daisy's disappearance, I could go to a New York sanitarium, and they wouldn't get wise.
Alvin Bradford: If they ever get you under observation in a sanitarium, they'll probably keep you there.
Mrs. Bradford: And I'd probably feel right at home there after being around you.
Detective Chief J.T. McDonald: [to Kay and June as they are leaving] Oh, just a little parting advice - no one ever got in trouble by minding their own business.
June Dale: [to Kay] Every time you get an idea, I see jail bars closing around us.