A Woman of Distinction (1950)
Prof. Alec Stevenson: You are the coldest woman I've ever met in my life! Miss Middlecott, I made a sad mistake when I brought you that locket. What I should have brought you is a suit of long woolen underwear.
Susan Middlecott: What sort of razor do you plan to use?
Susan Middlecott: Oh. Are you... are you A.C. or... D.C.?
Mark 'J.M.' Middlecott: Oh, Susan, dear, just a minute. You don't want to leave without your weapon.
[Handing her purse to her]
Susan Middlecott: Well, why don't you get on?
Prof. Alec Stevenson: It's a girl's bike.
Susan Middlecott: Try side saddle.
Mark 'J.M.' Middlecott: It's too bad that two nice people, like you, who should get together, get together and then don't get together.
Prof. Alec Stevenson: Well you see, your daughter isn't very get together-able. One might say she's a bit of an icicle.
Mark 'J.M.' Middlecott: You know what the Greek philosophers say about icicles? Today's icicle may be tomorrow's hot water.
Susan Middlecott: Oh, what beautiful flowers. Did you grow them?
Louisa Middlecott: No, mommy. They grew themselves right outside.
Teddy Evans: Education's a wonderful thing. No school should be without it.
Susan Middlecott: We're happy aren't we? Just the three of us?
Louisa Middlecott: I think we'd be happier if we adopted a husband.
Susan Middlecott: I'm not any older than any other woman my age.
Mark 'J.M.' Middlecott: No, you look like a woman but that's where the resemblance ends. You talk like an encyclopedia. You think like a dictionary. You're, uh...