Bonnie Lee: Oh, it's the most wonderful thing I've ever seen. Geoff Carter [sarcastically]: Yes, it reminded you of a great big, beautiful bird, didn't it? Bonnie: No, it didn't at all. That's why it's so wonderful. It's really a flying human being. Geoff: Well, you're right about one thing. A bird'd have too much sense to fly in that kind of muck.
Jules Furthman (1888–1960), U.S. screenwriter, and Howard Hawks. Bonnie Lee (Jean Arthur), Geoff Carter (Cary Grant), Only Angles Have Wings, watching Joe Souther (Wallace Beery, Jr.) take off in the fog on a routine mail run (1939).