“Dancing Lady” quotes(1933)
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“Dancing Lady” Quotes 17 quotes
“I'm like the guy throwing quarters in the slot machine. I keep on trying.”
“- Harry - Pianist: I'm the best musician in the country.
- Moe - Stagehand: Yeah, but how are you in the city?”
“- Judge: Miss LaRue, just what constitutes a striptease?
- Rosette LaRue: A good constitution and a couple of zippers.”
“- Patch Gallagher: I don't mix business with pleasure.
- Janie Barlow: Well, it'd be a pleasure to me if you'd mind your own business.”
“- Girl with Tod: The judge will give you 15 years for what you're thinking.
- Tod Newton: It'd be worth it.”
“I'm the kind of investment that doesn't pay.”
“You think you're a dancer, huh. You'll never be an artist until you find out what life's about.”
“- Tod Newton: That's a swell dance! It's a little bit uncivilized, though.
- Janie Barlow: Maybe that's why it's so beautiful.”
“- Steve: So, you took Warner, eh?
- Patch Gallagher: Yeah, I know she's not so hot, but with all the real talent going Hollywood, you've got to make the best of what you can get.”
“- Janie Barlow: I saw your face once, in the wings. It made me feel as if everything I was doing was wrong.
- Patch Gallagher: I guess I got that kind of a face.”
“- Chorus Girl #1: How's that Barlow get to take Warner's place?
- Chorus Girl #2: Didn't you ever hear of poisonality?”