The Big Broadcast of 1937 (1936)
Telephone Girl: With whom would you like an audition?
Bob Black: Leopold Stokowski.
Telephone Girl: Sorry, the maestro is in rehearsal.
Bob Black: Yeah, but where's Leopold Stokowski?
Telephone Girl: Mr. Stokowski is in rehearsal now.
Bob Black: When do you reckon would be a good time to see him?
Telephone Girl: Well, I suggest that you come back the second Tuesday in June 1984, at 6:00.
Bob Black: Thank you, lady.
[Starts to leave, then comes back]
Bob Black: Now lady, do you mean morning or afternoon?
Jack Carson: I'm just a pilgrim on the path of least resistance.
Jack Carson: Patsy!
Patsy: Yes, Sir
Jack Carson: Try to get hold of Frank Rossman, right away.
Patsy: Frank Rossman?
Jack Carson: Yeah, and get me a couple of writers and a copy of Romeo and Juliet.
Patsy: You meant what?
Jack Carson: I said "Romeo and Juliet". You know - the couple that made love on a balcony.
Patsy: In a balcony? What theatre?
Jack Carson: How do I know what theatre? Get the book and somebody to read it!