Kitty Foyle (1940)
Ernest Cossart: Tom Foyle
Tom Foyle : From now on, you're going to Sunday School every Sunday. Rain or shine, you're going.
Kitty Foyle : But why, Pop?
Tom Foyle : Well, it'll be giving you a little Christian upbringing. A sense of values.
Kitty Foyle : Oh. And then you mean I won't ever sin or anything.
Tom Foyle : Well, it might not keep you from sinning, but by Judas Priest, it'll keep you from getting any fun out of it.
Kitty Foyle : Pop, you might as well try to argue me out of a case of bronchitis. Because I love him.
Tom Foyle : Judas Priest.
Kitty Foyle : You said it.
Tom Foyle : You mean you want to marry him?
Kitty Foyle : Mm-hmm.
Tom Foyle : Has he ever asked you to meet his family?
Kitty Foyle : Well, I've never worried much about his family because I've always had a funny idea that I'm just as good as they are.
Tom Foyle : [sarcastically] Ahh. There's a real piece of idiocy. Woman's instinct. Every snap-sightish woman in the world is a crystal gazer. She's magic. She can foretell the future. Like a politician.
Tom Foyle : Judas Priest, if ever a man deserved to be hung it's the fellow who started that Cinderella stuff. Writing claptrap stories about Cinderellas and princes, poisoning the minds of innocent children, putting crazy ideas into girls heads, making them dissatisfied with honest shoe clerks and bookkeepers. Why, they're the ruination of more girls than forty actors.