Movie: The Dentist [1932] Movie: The Dentist [1932]

Movie: The Dentist [1932] Movie: The Dentist [1932]

Dentist:
Where's my cap?



Daughter:
You never wear them.

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Dentist:
That kid's so dumb he doesn't even know what time it is.



Charley Frobisher:
By the way, what time is it?



Dentist:
I don't know.

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Daughter:
[after her father has patted her on the derriere as she looks into the ice box] Fifty pounds and chop it fine.



Dentist:
[reading from a newpaper] "Mrs. Unclebeck...”


[looking up when her words have sunken in]



Dentist:
What do you mean, "Fifty pounds and chop it fine"?



Daughter:
Oh, I thought you were Arthur.



Dentist:
Who's Arthur?



Daughter:
He's the man I intend to marry.



Dentist:
Oh, well, don't tell me anything about it - I'm only your father. I can read about it in the newspapers. What does he do for a living?



Daughter:
Well, he's the iceman.



Dentist:
[shocked] An iceman?



Daughter:
Yeah, he goes to college. He's a Cornell man.



Arthur the iceman:
[voice from outside] Iceman!



Daughter:
Red Grange was an iceman.



Dentist:
He's still an iceman as far as I'm concerned!

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Daughter:
Where's the ice?



Dentist:
In the icebox.



Daughter:
There's just a little piece in here. Now I'll have to call Arthur and have him bring more.



Dentist:
You don't have him come over here anymore, I'm switching to Frigid Air.

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Dentist:
Now, have you ever had this tooth pulled, before?

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