Too Hot to Handle (1938)
Alma Harding: [Referring to macArthur's change of mood] Well, I never saw weather clear up quicker. This business must be alittle like an insane asylum.
Miss Kitty Wayne: It's nice though. You don't realize you're in the violent ward until you're stuck to the bed.
Joselito 'José' Estanza, Hunter's soundman: [Referring to their suspicious native guide] He's wondering how'd you look barbecued.
Christopher 'Chris' Hunter: This is no time for jokes. Maybe you're right. Maybe it's time we took "Little Casino" out of circulation.
Christopher 'Chris' Hunter: I'm not distorting the truth. I'm heightening the composition.
Christopher 'Chris' Hunter: Cut this film as if it was the Hope Diamond!
Christopher 'Chris' Hunter: [Flippantly to the Chinese] Hello, boys, who do you like in the Derby?
Arthur 'Gabby' MacArthur, Union Newsreel chief: [to Chris] Oh, so it's you, is it? Well, my eyesight is getting worse, but my nose might have told me it was you.
William O. 'Bill' Dennis: We've got to do something.
Christopher 'Chris' Hunter: Well, if it doesn't hurt too much - start thinking.
Christopher 'Chris' Hunter: You know, I almost wish you were coming with me - not only because I'm grateful for being around you but because I'd get to show Gabby over just what made me go haywire.
Alma Harding: I am coming with you.
Christopher 'Chris' Hunter: What!
Alma Harding: Yes, you and I are going into your Mr. Gabby MacArthur, and he's going to hear a few things from me.
Christopher 'Chris' Hunter: Well, now, let's
Christopher 'Chris' Hunter: Well, listen now, I'm not going to hide behind a woman's skirt.
Alma Harding: Yes, you are. Ever since you dragged me from that crack up, I've been on borrowed time. You're not going to lose your job because of me.
Joselito 'José' Estanza, Hunter's soundman: [to Chris, referring to their suspicious native guide] Look, Boss, I don't like this. He smile like the canary that swallow up the cat.
Arthur 'Gabby' MacArthur, Union Newsreel chief: Hunter wouldn't leave his camera if his grandmother was on fire.