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On Again-Off Again (1937) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Edward F. Cline and produced by Lee S. Marcus.

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Claude Horton: So, my haughty lady...I'm not good enough for you, eh?
Nettie Horton: Well, it finally dawned on you.
Claude Horton: So you admit that you've been carrying on with the butler!
Nettie Horton: Which butler?


William Hobbs: C'mon, drink your milk. It'll make your hair curly.
Claude Horton: I hate curly hair. I don't even like rosy cheeks!


William Hobbs: How much would you charge me to call you a half-witted horse's neck?
Claude Horton: A half-witted horse's neck? Now let me see...that'll cost you a hundred.
William Hobbs: Make it $75!
Claude Horton: What do you think this is...a cut-rate drugstore? One hundred!
William Hobbs: One hundred for a little thing like that? Why you cheap, chiseling crook!
Claude Horton: That's the hundred.


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Edward Peple's play, "A Pair of Sixes," opened at Broadway's Longacre Theatre in New York City on 17 March 1914 and closed in September 1914 after 207 performances, The opening night cast included Maude Eburne and Hale Hamilton.
'Robert Woolsey' was in constant pain during the filming due to a severe kidney ailment that eventually took his life in late 1938.
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