New York Nights (1929)
Norma Talmadge: Jill Deverne
Jill Deverne : [Norma Talmadge's first line of spoken dialogue on film - said down a dumbwaiter shaft to who she thinks is the iceman] Twenty-five pounds. And don't give my chunk a twice-over shave.
Joe Prividi : [said up the dumbwaiter shaft after sending up a stolen box of flowers with a note for her birthday] Good morning, Jill.
Jill Deverne : Good morning, Mr. Prividi.
Joe Prividi : Mrs. Deverne, as I wished ya' wasn't.
Jill Deverne : You stop this silly flower business! Do you hear me?
Joe Prividi : Why? It's your boithday, ain' it, huh?
Jill Deverne : Well, who told you to celebrate it?
Joe Prividi : My heart, darling. My heart.
Jill Deverne : Well, shut it off, or my husband might plug it for you.
Joe Prividi : [laughing] That's not his racket. That piano player couldn't plug nothin' but a song.