Personal Property (1937)
Cora Witherspoon: Mrs. Burns
Mrs. Burns : Catherine, dear, just where did we see "Ferguson" before? His face is so familiar.
Catherine Burns : Not to me it isn't.
Mrs. Burns : You never have any memory for faces.
Raymond Dabney : Could it have been in Cairo, Madam?
Mrs. Burns : Yes, of course, that's it. Cairo.
Catherine Burns : Just a minute, Mother, you've never been to Cairo.
Mrs. Burns : Oh, haven't I? I thought I had.
Raymond Dabney : Well, now that I think of it, I've never been to Cairo myself, Madam.
Mrs. Burns : That's funny. Have you ever been to Cairo, dear.
Catherine Burns : Not that I can remember, I haven't.
Mrs. Burns : Well, then, it can't have been in Cairo!
Catherine Burns : What a coincidence.
Raymond Dabney : It's a small world.
Mrs. Burns : We must get to the bottom of this, "Ferguson".
Raymond Dabney : By all means, Madam.