Movie: The Pharmacist [1933] Movie: The Pharmacist [1933]

Movie: The Pharmacist [1933] Movie: The Pharmacist [1933]

His daughter:
You don't love me, anymore!



Mr. Dilweg:
[Raises stick threateningly] Of course I love ya.



Mrs. Dilweg:
Don't you strike that child!



Mr. Dilweg:
She's not gonna tell ME I don't love her.

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[a customer has just bought one postage stamp]



Customer:
You got change for a hundred?



Mr. Dilweg:
No, no, but thanks for the compliment.

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Dyspeptic customer:
A person hasn't got any rights in this country anymore! The government even tells you what color stamps you gotta buy!



Mr. Dilweg:
Yes, it's pretty tough. That's the Democratic Party for you. I've written to Washington about it.



Dyspeptic customer:
What do you want to write to Washington for? He's dead!

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