Quotation by James Gleason

Haggerty: Girls! Girls! Girls! Be careful of my hats.
Chorus Girl: Well, we gotta get down on the stage.
Haggerty: I don't care. I won't allow you to ruin them.
Dressing Room Matron: See, I told you. They were too high and too wide.
Haggerty: Well, Big Woman, I designed the costumes for the show, not the doors for the theater.
Dressing Room Matron: I know that. If you had, they'd have been done in lavender.
James Gleason (1886–1959), U.S. screenwriter, and Norman Houston. Unbilled actors, The Broadway Melody, as the chorus girls are leaving to go on stage (1929).

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