The Manxman (1929)
[first title card]
Title Card: "What shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul?"
Philip Christian: Pete, we too have suffered.
Title Card: Still the staunchest friends, they fought side by side for the cause of the lowly fisherfolk.
Title Card: Kate Cregeen, daughter of old Caesar, who kept the "Manx Fairy".
Pete Quilliam: Aw, Kate - hold your capers - - be serious a-while.
Ross Christian: You were with that publican's daughter again to-day.
Ross Christian: Your father married beneath him - let his ruined career be a warning to you.
Kate Cregeen: Yes, I promised myself to him, but I've given myself to you.
Caesar Cregeen: See, Kate. You waited for him, and the Lord's spared him for you. And he's come home again, hearty and flush o' money.
Caesar Cregeen: Marriage be a mighty reverent thing. All manner of punishment comes to them that's false to its sacred vows. The mills of God grind slowly...
Pete Quilliam: Hoy, Caesar - this is not a funeral - it's a wedding.
Philip Christian: My poor woman, is there nobody here who can answer for you?
Pete Quilliam: She wanted a holiday, so I sent her to London.