That Certain Woman (1937)
Jack V. Merrick, Jr.: Dad, you can't take other people's lives and run them like you run your business.
Jack V. Merrick, Jr.: Oh Mary, when you talk like that, it makes me just want to... cuddle.
Lloyd Rogers: [to Mary] Money! I've got loads of it, and I'm one of the unhappiest men in the world!
Lloyd Rogers: You know, this existence we lead is a dismal affair without a personal and sympathetic interest, isn't it?
Mary Donnell: You know that feeling you should do somethung?
Amy: Yeah, and I know something else too.
Mary Donnell: What's that?
Amy: You're falling for him at last. I knew you would.
Mary Donnell: You know, I believe I'm like one of those unfortunate gals you only read about in those dime novels... she only loved once.
Amy: [Referring to little Jackie] What about when nighttime comes, and he starts wanting you? He always does.
Mary Donnell: That's your job, Amy. You'll do it for me. Just make him believe that I... well, I... I never was. I've always been very bad luck to men.