The Matrimonial Bed (1930)
Marrieanne: Be careful or you'll fall!
Corinne: For such a charming man! I would be quite willing to fall.
Juliet Corton: Oh, my dear, that's a lovely hat.
Sylvaine: Oh, do you really like it?
Juliet Corton: It suits your bob so well. Whose you're barber?
Sylvaine: I always go to the same man. He does me rather well. Of course, he's mad about me!
Sylvaine: [on the phone] Sylvaine speaking. Can you come out tonight? No! No, you naughty boy! On business! To wave a lady's hair.
Sylvaine: Did you recommend Monsieur Leopold to Madame Corton?
Marrieanne: Yes, Mademoiselle.
Sylvaine: Have you known him long?
Marrieanne: Oh, yes, Mademoiselle. He's practiced on my hair for months. Oh, when he touches you - what a thrill!
Sylvaine: Little rat!
Marrieanne: The hair dresser's here, Madame.
Juliet Corton: Oh, well, show him in here. This is as good a place as any. Tell Corinne to get some hot water. I'll get into my negligee.
Leopold Trebel: Oh, Madame, compared to the picture of your hair, silk is like twine. It almost asked to be played with.
August Charbonnier: Adolph!
Leopold Trebel: I don't get you, sir?
August Charbonnier: You are not he?
Leopold Trebel: No sir, I am I.
Juliet Corton: Oh, hurry up, please. I'm very nervous.
Leopold Trebel: Yes, Madame. I always make it a point to be rapid with the ladies. Am I wrong?
Juliet Corton: Oh, don't touch me like that, please. I...
Leopold Trebel: Oh, I'm sorry, Madame. I only do it as an artist.
Juliet Corton: When he touches me, I just feel faint. Its exactly like one of Adolph's kisses. Oh, if he touches the lobes of my ears, I don't know what will happen!
Leopold Trebel: Now, lady, may I tidy up the back of your neck?
Juliet Corton: Oh, no, don't, please.
Leopold Trebel: Oh, but I must!
Juliet Corton: Ohhhh!
Dr. Fried (credits): What is it?
Juliet Corton: Oh! He touched my lobe.
Dr. Fried (credits): Did you pinch her lobe?
Leopold Trebel: Of course, I did! It's part of my system. You can't very well finish off a lady without first pulling down the lobe!
Gustave Corton: It's all your fault, sir.
Leopold Trebel: My fault? I did nothing.
Gustave Corton: You pinched her lobe!
Leopold Trebel: Oh, you should see what I do to some of my customers.
Dr. Fried (credits): Here, hold my hand.
Leopold Trebel: Oh, Doctor.
Dr. Fried (credits): Hold my hand!
Leopold Trebel: Sir, I may be a hairdresser, but I don't hold gentlemen's hands.
Susan Trebel: Is Gustave another one?
Juliet Corton: No. Gustave is Corton.
Corinne: And Madame is Noblet.
Susan Trebel: But Leopold is Trebel.
Leopold Trebel: And Hoover is Mussolini.
Leopold Trebel: May I ask when we first met?
Susan Trebel: Why, yes. I advertised for a useful man.
Leopold Trebel: Useful? I trust, Madame, I haven't disappointed you.
Susan Trebel: On the contrary.
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?
Leopold Trebel: How do I act when I'm the hairdresser?
Dr. Fried (credits): Oh, your manner is a little, eh...
Leopold Trebel: Fresh?
Dr. Fried (credits): Fresh? Ah, no, no. Gay, chipper, sort of, dandified.
Leopold Trebel: Oh, Madame, may I ask that you be one of my steady customers?
Juliet Corton: In deed, I shall be.
Leopold Trebel: Then please, this - this is my card. The address is on the upper part and the telephone number below. Do call and see me some time, won't you?