The Man Who Lived Again (1936)
Frank Cellier: Lord Haslewood, Clayton
Lord Haslewood : [after proposing to sponsor his experiments] May I take it then, Dr. Laurience, that you agree?
Clayton : [In a cautionary tone] You'll be sorry if you do.
Dr. Laurience : [Insistent] I must work in my own way.
Lord Haslewood : [Looking around at the seediness of the setting] How can you work in this atmosphere?
Clayton : [Sarcastically] If you refer to the smell of bacon, it is no obstacle to scientific research.
Lord Haslewood : [Possessed by Clayton's mind and reading Who's Who to get the background of his new identity] If Haslewood is to have a future, he must have a past.