Dracula's Daughter (1936)
Marguerite Churchill: Janet
[on the phone]
Dr. Garth : Yes? Dr. Garth speaking. Well who is this? What do you want?
[in a false German accent]
Janet Blake : Please come right away. This is the zoo speaking.
Dr. Garth : The what? The zoo?
Janet Blake : Ja! One of our elephants is seeing pink men!
Dr. Garth : All right. Now listen to me, Janet, this has gone far enough! Well, there's nothing funny about it!I'm in the midst of a very serious...
[Janet hangs up and laughs]
Dr. Garth : HELLO?
Lady Esme Hammond : My dear, how sweet of you to come.
Janet Blake : Don't you know it's very rude to stare at strangers?
Dr. Garth : Thought I'd gotten rid of you for a while.
Janet Blake : Not while there's a dangerous looking brunette like that around.
Lady Esme Hammond : You know, my guests are dying to meet you.
Countess Marya Zaleska : Oh, good evening, Miss Blake. Is Dr. Garth here?
Janet Blake : I'm sorry. He's just left.
Countess Marya Zaleska : Oh.
Miss Peabody - Nurse : May I go to supper now, Dr. Garth?
Dr. Garth : Yes, yes, by all means. Go ahead.
Countess Marya Zaleska : Why was it necessary to lie?
Janet Blake : Where's Dr. Garth?
Countess Marya Zaleska : He'll be back presently. Won't you sit down? I'd like to talk to you.
Janet Blake : Well, I'm sure we've nothing to discuss, Countess Zaleska.
Countess Marya Zaleska : We might talk of Dr, Garth. He's interested in both of us.
Janet Blake : I'm quite aware of his interest in you, Countess, as a psychiatrist.