Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation (1962)
Maureen O'Hara: Peggy Hobbs
Roger Hobbs : I've never sworn at a cook in my life.
Peggy Hobbs : Well she said that you did when you came downstairs this morning.
Roger Hobbs : This morning? When I came down... I never even spoke to her. I asked the kids how they'd like a little sun on the beach and they... an-an-an...
[They look at each other, realizing the misunderstanding]
Roger Hobbs : Where's the switch? The switch?
[light switch clicks]
Roger Hobbs : Well, I'll be a son of a gun.
Peggy Hobbs : Isn't it wonderful?
Katey Hobbs : Netta Nickerson says that most of the houses out this way... haven't any conveniences at all.
Roger Hobbs : I haven't seen a bulb like that since I was seven years old.
Peggy Hobbs : Dad, really, what are we going to do in a place like this?
Roger Hobbs : But a bulb this weak, you can't even call it a light! It's a dark. You turn that thing on in the middle of the day, the whole room goes black.
Roger Hobbs : From now on, we're going to live our lives... and they can live their lives... and happy landings to everybody. Good night, honey.
Peggy Hobbs : But what about the- the family?
Roger Hobbs : Well, what about the family?
Peggy Hobbs : I mean, communicating with the children.
Roger Hobbs : Oh, to hell with it. Let them communicate with us for a change.
Peggy Hobbs : Honey!
Roger Hobbs : We're not going to worry about this anymore. You understand?
Peggy Hobbs : Uh-huh.
Roger Hobbs : Good night.
Peggy Hobbs : Good night.
Roger Hobbs : [laying still listening to the surf through the open window ] You'd think that lousy surf would lay off for two or three minutes, wouldn't you?