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Dimples (1936 film) Quotes

Dimples (1936 film) is a television program that appeared on TV in 1970 . Dimples completed its run in 1970.

It features Nunnally Johnson as producer, Jimmy McHugh in charge of musical score, and Bert Glennon as head of cinematography.

Dimples (1936 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Dimples (1936 film) is 79 minutes long. Dimples (1936 film) is distributed by 20th Century Fox.

The cast includes: Robert Kent as Allen Drew, Delma Byron as Betty Loring, Helen Westley as Mrs. Caroline Drew, Julius Tannen as Emery T. Hawkins, and Astrid Allwyn as Cleo Marsh.

Dimples (1936 film) Quotes

Robert Kent as Allen Drew

  • (Robert Kent) "Betty. This is the nicest surprise I've had."
  • (Delma Byron) "I came to wish you good luck."
  • (Robert Kent) "This is good luck, Betty. I didn't think you'd ever look at me again after the fool I made of myself."
  • (Delma Byron) "I'm willing to forget all that, Allen, but Father never will. If he knew I'd come here, he'd be in a rage."
  • (Robert Kent) "You've done an excellent job."
  • (Unnamed) "Yes, and know I'll need ninety-five dollars for advertising."
  • (Robert Kent) "As long as you're paying the bills, I think it'd save time if you handled all the money."
  • (Unnamed) "Oh."
  • (Robert Kent) "Here it is, about eight hundred dollars. It's all the cash I have left and just enough to finance the rest of the production."
  • (Unnamed) "Uh, all right. You, uh, trust me with all this?"
  • (Robert Kent) "Yes, of course."
  • (Unnamed) "Well, thank you very much, Allen, for your faith in me. I'll, uh, handle this money just as though it were my own."

Astrid Allwyn as Cleo Marsh

  • (Astrid Allwyn) "But I thought you had money, Allen."
  • (Robert Kent) "I did. Enough, anyway. I guess I didn't take care of it very well."
  • (Astrid Allwyn) "Well, what are you going to do now?"
  • (Robert Kent) "I suppose I could get a job somewhere, and maybe save up enough money to do the show. That needn't change our plans about marriage any, Cleo. I don't suppose money is very important to people who are really in love."
  • (Astrid Allwyn) "You can say that because you've always had money."
  • (Robert Kent) "Perhaps."
  • (Astrid Allwyn) "I'm afraid this changes everything."
  • (Robert Kent) "Then you're not really in love with me."

Helen Westley as Mrs. Caroline Drew

  • (Unnamed) "I brought it back."
  • (Helen Westley) "Brought what back?"
  • (Unnamed) "The cuckoo clock. I stole it last night. It's a funny thing about me. I'm so wicked. Isn't it awful?"
  • (Helen Westley) "You stole this?"
  • (Unnamed) "Right under your very nose. I really don't know what's to become of me, I'm so bad. The Professor says he doesn't know. He says I'm gonna wind up in the "pinchitentiary," if not in jail."
  • (Helen Westley) "Are you sure someone else didn't take this?"
  • (Unnamed) "Oh, my goodness. You don't mean the Professor, do you? He wouldn't take it, he's too honest. He made me bring it back."
  • (Unnamed) "I didn't steal anything. Honest, I didn't. I'm too little. Won't you let me go?"
  • (Helen Westley) "Where would you go?"
  • (Unnamed) "Home."
  • (Helen Westley) "Where's home?"
  • (Unnamed) "With the Professor."
  • (Helen Westley) "The Professor? Who's the Professor?"
  • (Unnamed) "Oh, don't you know him? Why, everybody knows the Professor. He's a fine gentleman and an "aristocrack.""
  • (Helen Westley) "Of all things, an actress. Allen, how could you? You know how I hate the theater and all it stands for."
  • (Robert Kent) "I love her, and we're going to be married."
  • (Helen Westley) "Married? Allen, you can't. I won't let you ruin your life."
  • (Robert Kent) "My mind is made up, Aunt Caroline."
  • (Helen Westley) "You're an ungrateful, disobedient, shameless boy, and as long as you live under this roof, I must insist that you observe my wishes."
  • (Robert Kent) "In that case, I'll have to look for another place to stay."
  • (Helen Westley) "Allen, maybe you can explain this."
  • (Robert Kent) "Explain what, Aunt Caroline?"
  • (Delma Byron) "I want to break our engagement, Allen."
  • (Robert Kent) "Oh."
  • (Helen Westley) "Is that all you can say?"
  • (Robert Kent) "I'm sorry it had to happen this way, but I think Betty is right. It would be the best thing for both of us."
  • (Helen Westley) "But why? I don't understand."
  • (Unnamed) "I'll tell you why. It's common gossip that Allen has become involved with an actress, that he spends most of his time with these low people of the theater. He's even talking about putting up money to produce a play for this creature."
  • (Unnamed) "Well, Allen's play opens tonight. I'm afraid Betty is still fond of Allen, but I've forbidden her to see him."
  • (Helen Westley) "Have you?"
  • (Unnamed) "Yes, the theater's ruined that young man."
  • (Helen Westley) "Professor, your granddaughter is a remarkable child, an appealing child. As briefly as I've known her, I've become very fond of her."
  • (Unnamed) "That's easy to see, Mrs. Drew, and easy to understand, too."
  • (Helen Westley) "In fact, I'm so fond of her, I want to propose something to you, something for her good. I'm going to ask you to let her come and live with me and let me do all I can for her."
  • (Unnamed) "You mean I; I should give Dimples up?"
  • (Helen Westley) "This sort of life isn't what a child should have. You know that. For all your love and devotion, you aren't helping Dimples. You're hurting her. You may ruin her whole life."
  • (Unnamed) "But I; I love Dimples."
  • (Helen Westley) "I know. That's why I'm asking this of you."
  • (Unnamed) "What's the matter?"
  • (Unnamed) "Everything's all right, dear. I just want to have a talk with these gentlemen here for a few minutes."
  • (Unnamed) "Never mind that. He's under arrest for stealing a thousand dollars."
  • (Unnamed) "But I didn't take the money for myself. I took it to pay Allen back. Really."
  • (Unnamed) "Oh, come on."
  • (Unnamed) "You leave him alone. He didn't steal anything from you."
  • (Helen Westley) "I'm sorry, darling, but you're better off without him."
  • (Robert Kent) "You'd better hurry, Dimples. It's almost time for the last act."
  • (Unnamed) "No. I'm going to jail with the Professor."

Julius Tannen as Emery T. Hawkins

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