Roxy: Didn’t anyone ever tell you not to accept expensive gifts from men? Anyway, you should give it back.
Isabel: Anyway, he wouldn’t take it back. And anyway, why shouldn’t one accept an expensive gift from a man if he wants to give it?
Roxy: Because it puts you in the position of having to do what he wants.
Isabel: I’d do it anyway. It’s a present, Rox, not a payment or a bribe.
Roxy: Then I suppose you can accept it.
Betty Elms: She’s letting me stay here while she’s working on a movie that’s being made in Canada. But I guess you already know that. Well, I couldn’t afford a place like this in a million years. . .unless, of course, I’m discovered and become a movie star. Of course, I’d rather be known as a great actress than a movie star. But, you know, sometimes people end up being both. So that is, I guess you’d say, sort of why I came here. [pause] I’m sorry. I’m just so excited to be here. I mean I just came here from Deep River, Ontario, and now I’m in this dream place. Well, you can imagine how I feel.
Kitty Fane: It’s raining cats and dogs.
Kitty Fane: I said it’s raining cats and dogs.
Walter Fane: Yes, I heard you.
Kitty Fane: You might have answered.
Walter Fane: I suppose I’m not used to speaking unless I’ve something to say.
Kitty Fane: If people only spoke when they had something to say, the human race would soon lose the power of speech.