The Docks of New York (1928)
'Sugar' Steve: I could of told you before that she was no good - like all females!
Bill Roberts: Are you goin' to let me have a good time in my own quiet way, or must I take this place apart?
Intertitle: [Opening lines. Intertitle] The Waterfront of New York - The end of many journeys, the beginning of many adventures.
'Sugar' Steve: [Regarding Andy] He's the most even-tempered guy I ever knew - always sore!
Bill Roberts: Are you goin' to let me have a good time in my own quiet way - or am I gonna take this place apart?
Bill Roberts: [Leering at Mae's figure in her tight-fitting dress] I've sailed the Seven seas, but I've never seen a craft as trim as you!
Bill Roberts: I've always been like this. There ain't no power on earth that could ever keep me ashore!
'Sugar' Steve: Come on out o' this - before you get into another mess!
Andy, the Third Engineer: I s'pose you've forgot about gettin' married, too.
Bill Roberts: Chief, last night's over. Today's another day!