The Matrimonial Bed (1930)
Vivien Oakland: Susan Trebel
Leopold Trebel : How was it we were married?
Susan Trebel : Well, one night, just as we were closing the shop, you suddenly seized me in your arms and kissed me - on the spot.
Leopold Trebel : On the what?
Susan Trebel : On the spot!
Leopold Trebel : Oh, I see. And what did you do?
Susan Trebel : I discharged you.
Leopold Trebel : Yes. But, you took me back.
Susan Trebel : Exactly.
Leopold Trebel : I don't drink or any sort of thing like that?
Susan Trebel : No. You are a teetotaler.
Leopold Trebel : I'm a what?
Susan Trebel : Teetotaler
Leopold Trebel : Oh - that's too bad.
Susan Trebel : You don't drink, Monsieur, because you don't like it.
Leopold Trebel : Says you.
Susan Trebel : What?
Leopold Trebel : I say that's very true. That's true.
Leopold Trebel : Haven't I any pet name for you?
Susan Trebel : Yes. Tittles.
Leopold Trebel : Tittles. And what do you call me - when you're not angry?
Susan Trebel : Oh, I'm never angry with you Leopold.
Leopold Trebel : But, haven't you a pet name for me?
Susan Trebel : Yes. Tottles.
Leopold Trebel : You're very beautiful.
Susan Trebel : You always say so, Tottles.
Leopold Trebel : And may I say that your form is exquisite - Tittles.
Susan Trebel : You never cease to admire it, Tot.
Leopold Trebel : Don't I, Tit?