Quotation by Jules Furthman

Bonnie Lee: How can you do that?
Geoff Carter: What?
Bonnie: Eat that steak.
Geoff: What's the matter with it?
Bonnie: It was his.
Geoff: Look, what do you want me to do, have it stuffed?
Bonnie: Haven't you got any feelings? Don't you realize he's dead?
Geoff: Who's dead?
Les Peters: Yeah, who's dead?
Bonnie: Joe.
Geoff: Joe, who's Joe?
Les: Anybody know Joe?
Bonnie: What's the matter with you. He was sitting here with us, talking and laughing, just a few minutes ago.
[Geoff, Les, et al., ignore her and start singing]
Jules Furthman (1888–1960), U.S. screenwriter, and Howard Hawks. Bonnie Lee (Jean Arthur), Geoff Carter (Cary Grant), Les Peters (Allyn Joslyn), Only Angels Have Wings, Bonnie's outraged reaction when Joe's friends mark his death by going on as if nothing happened (1939).

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