Beauty and the Boss (1932)
Frederick Kerr: Count Von Tolheim
Count Von Tolheim : Thirty years ago, I decided to devote myself entirely to beautiful young women and fine old wines. Since then, I've always been intoxicated by one or the other.
Baron Josef von Ullrich : How old are you?
Olive 'Ollie' Frey : Twenty-one.
Baron Josef von Ullrich : Engaged?
Olive 'Ollie' Frey : Not yet.
Count Von Tolheim : A sweetheart?
Olive 'Ollie' Frey : Oh, no!
Baron Josef von Ullrich : Poor child. Twenty-one and and no sweetheart? Addicted to "Love at Dawn" perfume. Smartly dressed. Silk stockings over perfect legs. An exquisite pair of shoulders. In short, a very distracting young woman.
Olive 'Ollie' Frey : [giggles] Oh, Baron!
Baron Josef von Ullrich : Miss Frey, you'll please report yourself to the head of the Personnel Department.
Olive 'Ollie' Frey : What for?
Baron Josef von Ullrich : To tell the manager that you are no longer employed here. Your career as a woman - is too promising for me to wreck.
Count Von Tolheim : [Speaking to the Baron] Well, I'll be running along. I never keep a man away from his work. It's a vice I never practice myself, but I'm very liberal-minded towards those who are addicted to it.
Susie Sachs : Do you think she followed the Baron here?
Count Von Tolheim : It's quite possible. Has he sent her any checks?
Susie Sachs : He never sends checks to ladies. But, he makes out lots of orders to cash which he charges to personal expenses. Thousands and thousands. Do you suppose she's personal expenses?
Count Von Tolheim : [Walks in on Baron Josef chasing Susie around the room] Were you dictating?