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My Little Chickadee Quotes

My Little Chickadee is a television program that appeared on TV in 1970 . My Little Chickadee ended in 1970.

It features Lester Cowan as producer, Frank Skinner (composer) in charge of musical score, and Joseph A. Valentine as head of cinematography.

My Little Chickadee is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of My Little Chickadee is 84 minutes long. My Little Chickadee is distributed by Universal Pictures.

The cast includes: Mae West as Flower Belle Lee, Fuzzy Knight as Cousin Zeb, W. C. Fields as Cuthbert J. Twillie, Addison Richards as Judge, Mae West as Flower Belle, Margaret Hamilton as Mrs. Gideon, George Moran as Milton, Dick Foran as Wayne Carter, Joseph Calleia as Jeff Badger, and Ruth Donnelly as Aunt Lou.

My Little Chickadee Quotes

W. C. Fields as Cuthbert J. Twillie

  • (W. C. Fields) "I will be all things to you: father, mother, husband, counselor, jackanapes, bartender --"
  • (Mae West) "You're offering quite a bundle, honey."
  • (W. C. Fields) "My heart is a bargain today. Will you take me?"
  • (Mae West) "I'll take you; and how."
  • (W. C. Fields) "What a conk. The two-headed boy in the circus never had such a headache. I think I'll write a book: 'The Art of Arising the Morning After'."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Sleep. The most beautiful experience in life. Except drink."
  • (W. C. Fields) "I'd like to see Paris before I die -- Philadelphia will do."
  • (W. C. Fields) "May I present my card?"
  • (Mae West) "'Novelties and Notions.' What kind of notions you got?"
  • (W. C. Fields) "You'd be surprised. Some are old, some are new. Whom have I the honor of addressing, m'lady?"
  • (Mae West) "Mmm, they call me Flower Belle."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Flower Belle, what a euphonious appellation. Easy on the ears and a banquet for the eyes."
  • (Mae West) "You're kinda cute yourself."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Thank you. I never argue with a lady."
  • (Mae West) "Smart boy."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Tell me, prairie flower, can you give me the inside info on yon damsel with the hothouse cognomen?"
  • (Margaret Hamilton) "Do you mean Miss Flower Belle Lee?"
  • (W. C. Fields) "I don't mean some woman out in China."
  • (Margaret Hamilton) "Well. I'm afraid I can't say anything good about her."
  • (W. C. Fields) "I can see what's good. Tell me the rest."
  • (W. C. Fields) "During one of my treks through Afghanistan, we lost our corkscrew. Compelled to live on food and water --"
  • (Unnamed) "Will you play cards."
  • (W. C. Fields) "-- for several days."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Unhand me. I'm an American citizen. Unhand me. I'm a taxpayer. I shall write the 'Times' about this. Call me a barrister. Unhand me. Unhand me, you uncouth larrikins. This is sabotage. A crime against liberty."
  • (W. C. Fields) "I'm tending bar one time down in the lower East side in New York -- a tough felona comes in there by the name of Chicago Molly. I cautioned her, "None of your peccadilloes in here." There was some hot lunch on the bar comprising of succotash, Philadelphia cream cheese and asparagus with mayonnaise. She dips her mitt down into this melange; I'm yawning at the time; and she hits me right in the mug with it. I jumps over the bar and I knocks her down."
  • (Squawk Mulligan, bartender) "Where's the funnel?"
  • (W. C. Fields) "I don't know. It's up along there somewhere. You were there the night I knocked Chicago Molly down, weren't you?"
  • (Squawk Mulligan, bartender) "YOU knocked her down? I was the one that knocked her down."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Oh, yeah, yes, that's right. He knocked her down. But I was the one started kicking her."
  • (Squawk Mulligan, bartender) "Here's the funnel."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Yeah, OK."
  • (W. C. Fields) "I starts kicking her in the midriff. D'ja ever kick a woman in the midriff that had a pair of corsets on?"
  • (Barfly drinking Panther) "No, I just can't recall any such incident right now."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Why I almost broke my great toe. I never had such a painful experience."
  • (Barfly drinking Panther) "Uh, did she ever come back again?"
  • (Squawk Mulligan, bartender) "I'll say she came back. She came back a week later and beat the both of us up."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Yeah. But she had another woman with her -- an elderly lady with gray hair."
  • (W. C. Fields) "If you get up around the Grampian Hills; You must come up and see me sometime."
  • (Mae West) "Ah, yeah, yeah, I'll do that, my little chickadee."
  • (W. C. Fields) "If a thing is worth having, it's worth cheating for."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Here I come, dear, ready or not. I feel rather parky, dear, in this diaphanous ubeitsehr."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Godfrey Daniel. Beelzebub. I've been hoodwinked. Shadrach and Abednego. The mystery of the fur coat. And I wanted to kiss you."
  • (Barfly drinking straight whiskey) "Squawk Mulligan tells me you buried your wife several years ago."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Ah, yes. I had to. She died."
  • (W. C. Fields) "My boy, being sheriff of this town is pretty dangerous. The people here don't know the difference between the sheriff and a clay pigeon."
  • (W. C. Fields) "There's something sweet and dainty about a woman's boudoir."
  • (Mae West) "How do you know?"
  • (W. C. Fields) "Ah -- huh? Huh?"
  • (Mae West) "Come on, answer the question."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Why, the latest etiquette books are just full of such knowledge."
  • (Mae West) "Oh -- for a second I thought I heard the voice of experience."

George Moran as Milton

  • (George Moran) "Hmm -- Must be Big Chief's new teepee."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Milton, my brave, go upstairs and park your stoical presence outside the teepee of Mrs. Twillie. Number 8. I'll proceed to the local gin mill, and absorb a beaker of firewater."
  • (George Moran) "Big Chief gottum new squaw?"
  • (W. C. Fields) ""New" is right: she hasn't been unwrapped yet."
  • (George Moran) "Big chief gottum new squaw?"
  • (W. C. Fields) ""New" is right. She hasn't been unwrapped yet."
  • (George Moran) "Chief no feel good, huh?"
  • (W. C. Fields) "I feel as though a midget with muddy feet had been walking over my tongue all night."

Joseph Calleia as Jeff Badger

  • (Joseph Calleia) "I'm Jeff Badger. I own this place. Is there anything I can do for you?"
  • (Mae West) "Yeah, you can get outta my way."
  • (Joseph Calleia) "You are the sheriff wife now. It would be very embarrassing for you to know who I am."
  • (Mae West) "Mmm -- I've never been embarrassed in my life."
  • (Joseph Calleia) "I wonder what kind of a woman you really are."
  • (Mae West) "Too bad, but I can't give out samples."

Mae West as Flower Belle Lee

  • (Mae West) "Any time you got nothin' to do and lots of time to do it, come up."
  • (Mae West) "Don't mind being' held up, but I don't like the inconvenience."
  • (Mae West) "I generally avoid temptation -- unless I can't resist it."
  • (Mae West) "I was in a tight spot, but I managed to wiggle out of it."
  • (Mae West) "You're a man with ideals. Well, I guess I better be goin' while you still got 'em."
  • (Mae West) ""'I am a good boy. I am a good man. I am a good girl." What is this, propaganda?"
  • (Mae West) "Two and two is four and five will get you ten if you know how to work it."
  • (Mae West) "Mmm, funny, every man I meet wants to protect me. I can't figure out what from."
  • (Unnamed) "We was doin' arithmetic on the blackboard when Miss Foster took sick."
  • (Mae West) "Oh, arithmetic -- I was always pretty good at figures myself."
  • (Mae West) "Hmm, this reminds me of the "White Palace" in Chicago -- only this ain't white."
  • (Joseph Calleia) "Oh, you're from Chicago?"
  • (Mae West) "Yeah, every bit of me."

Addison Richards as Judge

  • (Addison Richards) "Are you trying to show contempt for this court?"
  • (Mae West) "No -- I'm doin' my best to hide it."

Ruth Donnelly as Aunt Lou

  • (Ruth Donnelly) "These are right pretty pictures of you, Flower Belle."
  • (Mae West) "Yeah, I like'em. They look just like me."

Fuzzy Knight as Cousin Zeb

  • (Fuzzy Knight) "Uh, is this a game of chance?"
  • (W. C. Fields) "Not the way I play it, no."

Dick Foran as Wayne Carter

  • (Dick Foran) "I think you could turn a man's head very easily if he wasn't careful."
  • (Mae West) "Well, there's no fun in being too careful."
  • (Dick Foran) "Aren't you forgetting that you're married?"
  • (Mae West) "I'm doin' my best."
  • (Dick Foran) "There's no such thing as law and order in this town. Decent citizens live in fear of their lives."
  • (Mae West) "That ain't right. There should be a law against it."
  • (Dick Foran) "Spring is the time for love."
  • (Mae West) "What's the matter with the rest of the year?"

Margaret Hamilton as Mrs. Gideon

  • (Margaret Hamilton) "Was that chap dragging you across the prairie a full-blooded Indian?"
  • (W. C. Fields) "Ah, quite the antithesis. He's very anemic."
  • (Margaret Hamilton) "Ohhh. I hope that wasn't whiskey you were drinking."
  • (W. C. Fields) "Ah, no, dear, just a little sheep dip. Panacea for all stomach ailments."

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