Movie: The Philadelphia Story [1940] Movie: The Philadelphia Story [1940]

Macaulay Connor:
You've got all the arrogance of your class, haven't you?



Tracy Lord:
What have classes to do with it? What do they matter except for the people in them? George comes from the so-called lower class, Dexter, the upper. Well?



Macaulay Connor:
Well...



Tracy Lord:
Mac the night watchman is a prince among men, Uncle Willie is a... pincher. Upper and lower my eye. I'll take the lower, thanks.



Macaulay Connor:
If you can't get a drawing room.



Tracy Lord:
What does that mean?



Macaulay Connor:
My mistake.



Tracy Lord:
Decidedly. You're insulting!



Macaulay Connor:
Sorry.



Tracy Lord:
Oh, don't apologize!



Macaulay Connor:
Well, who's apologizing?



Tracy Lord:
I never knew such a man.



Macaulay Connor:
You wouldn't be likely to, from where you sit!



Tracy Lord:
Talk about arrogance.



Macaulay Connor:
Tracy.



Tracy Lord:
What do you want?



Macaulay Connor:
[pause] You're wonderful.

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