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Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck
(as Anne Vincent Ives)

Richard 'Dick' Ives II: Ann, sometimes I don't understand you.
Anne Vincent Ives: I understand you... very well.

James Rennie

James Rennie
(as Richard 'Dick' Ives II)

Richard 'Dick' Ives II: Dad, what would you do with a girl like that?
Richard Ives Sr.: I'd grab her any way she'd have me.

Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck
(as Anne Vincent Ives)

Richard 'Dick' Ives II: I'm bright and snappy in the morning.
Anne Vincent Ives: And we're both a riot in our underwear!

Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck
(as Anne Vincent Ives)

Richard 'Dick' Ives II: You look exactly like a peasant.
Anne Vincent Ives: I am a peasant. There's no neurotic blood in me.

Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck
(as Anne Vincent Ives)

Price Baines: I'm heartbroken.
Anne Vincent Ives: A broken heart doesn't seem to go to that smile somehow.


Charles Butterworth

Charles Butterworth
(as George Evans)

George Evans: [Drunkenly] Who-whosever coming with me better hurry. I got to get down to the Rotary Club and speak on better ventilation for birdcages.

Charles Butterworth

Charles Butterworth
(as George Evans)

George Evans: Will someone please notice me and ask me some questions.

Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck
(as Anne Vincent Ives)

Anne Vincent Ives: [Lying on the couch] I'm greedy of our happiness. I want to hold on to it as long as I can.
Richard 'Dick' Ives II: You know, Ann, sometimes this taking you home in the middle of the night, all the lying and pussyfooting... I...
Anne Vincent Ives: [Playfully] Don't say you don't like pussyfooting! I love it!
[She lifts her legs up, throws her arms around him, and giggles]

Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck
(as Anne Vincent Ives)

Anne Vincent Ives: Go on, Don Juan, tell me about yourself.
Richard 'Dick' Ives II: Well, there have been women who wanted to park their heads on this manly bosom.
Anne Vincent Ives: At how much an hour?

Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck
(as Anne Vincent Ives)

Anne Vincent Ives: Nearly every girl I know, Mr. Ives, is either unhappily married or unhappily divorced, and I've simply come to the conclusion that marriage is disastrous to love. There's so much about it that's all wrong - the awful possession that people exert over each other, the intamicy, and the duties. I don't know... but love can't stand the strain, that's all.

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