Hattie Loomis Quotes in Dinner at Eight (1933)
Hattie Loomis Quotes:
Millicent Jordan: I don't know where I'm going to find someone to fit in with the Ferncliffes.
Hattie Loomis: Only a rubber plant would fit in with the Ferncliffes.
Hattie Loomis: [responding to Millicent Jordans' upset about a dinner guest cancelling] I never could understand why it has to be just even, male and female. They're invited for dinner, not for mating.
Hattie Loomis: Ed hates anything that keeps him from going to the movies every night. I guess I'm what's called a Garbo widow.
Millicent Jordan: Let's see. I'll put him between Carlotta and that Packard woman.
Hattie Loomis: See if you can get him first and let nature take its course.
Millicent Jordan: I do hope he's free for tonight.
Hattie Loomis: Free, white and forty-five.
Hattie Loomis: Now, Ed, it isn't going to be so terrible.
Ed Loomis: Not so terrible? Getting into this uniform to meet a bunch of fatheads I don't want to know and miss that Greta Garbo picture I've been waiting for - for two months! It's your idea of terrible!
Kitty: I like it in New York in the summer! Gee, I've had some swell times on Penthouse parties.
Hattie Loomis: All my life I've wanted to be a Penthouse girl.
Ed Loomis: [Skeptically] Yeh, you'd be good at that.
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