Nice Girl? (1941)
Jane Dana: Well, we live only once.
Richard Calvert: [laughs] Yeah, stingy, isn't it? We should have at least two. Our own and a good one.
Hector Titus: Don't you care about me?
Cora Foster: Let's take that up later, Hector... or let's not.
Jane Dana: [Tasting her soup at the dinner table] Oh, it's hot!
Sylvia Dana: One does not blow on one's soup.
Jane Dana: Oh, doesn't one?
Oliver Dana: There are several schools of thought in the art of soup cooling. There are the blowers, and the fanners, the diluters with ice water, and the wait-til-it-coolers. Now I belong to the old school. The toughies. We take our soup straight and if it burns us, we just laugh it off, see?
Jane Dana: I can see my tombstone: Here lies Jane Dana. Scientist and spinster. She died at the age of 82. A nice girl.
Cora Foster: Hector Titus, what ails you?
Hector Titus: Don't you know?
Cora Foster: No.
Hector Titus: Listen.
[Blows his postman's whistle three times]
Hector Titus: For Uncle Sam, I toot twice. But three times means I love you.
Oliver Dana: [to Jane] Speaking as an authority, I'd say you were the nicest girl in the world.
Jane Dana: I'm afraid I'm not very sophisticated.
Oliver Dana: Now you are being young. Real sophistication, dear, is just another name for good taste.
Jane Dana: Who wants to be just useful and contented? After all, I'm not a cow.
Nancy Dana: I found out what men really are. Apes. All of them. Apes. After today, I look on all men with impunity.
Oliver Dana: First I'd look up impunity in the dictionary.
Jane Dana: [Crying] I did something so stupid. So cheap. I threw myself at him. He didn't even kiss me. He didn't even try.
Oliver Dana: [Smiling with relief] Why, the bounder!
Don Webb: I'm not sure where Samoa is, do you?
Jane Dana: [Pointing] Yeah, it's right over that way.
Don Webb: [Sarcastically] Oh, now I know.
Jane Dana: Well, all I know is that Robert Louis Stevenson said, "To get to Samoa you go to the Pacific Ocean and turn left."
Jane Dana: Don, I'm afraid I did some things that must have hurt you a lot.
Don Webb: I only remember the things you did that didn't.
Don Webb: [In the car with Jane] Listen to her purr. She doesn't growl, she doesn't groan. She just purrs. Isn't that beautiful?
Jane Dana: [Mocking] Beautiful.