Peggy Pepper Quotes in Show People (1928)
Peggy Pepper Quotes:
Peggy Pepper: My acting is the talk of Savannah.
Billy Boone: My acting is the scandal of Hollywood!
Peggy Pepper: I came here to do drama. Why didn't you tell me it was this?
Billy Boone: But, Baby, all the stars have had to take it on the chin - Swanson, Daniels, Lloyd - all of them. Come on, Baby - you've gone this far - it'll be easy from now on.
Billy Boone: What do you want to see a punk drama for? Come on.
Peggy Pepper: That's the kind of acting I'm gonna do some day. That's real art!
Billy Boone: Don't be sil. Make 'em laugh and you make 'em happy.
Charles Chaplin: [Talking to Peggy] Will you please sign my album? I'm crazy about signatures.
[Leaves after getting Peggy's autograph]
Peggy Pepper: Who is that little guy?
Billy Boone: Charlie Chaplin.
[Shocked, Peggy faints]
Peggy Pepper: I'm terribly, terribly sorry if I kept you waiting.
Andre d'Bergerac: Waiting is such sweet sorrow where you are concerned, dear lady.
Billy Boone: Gee, Baby, I'll bet you miss the laughs we used to have!
Peggy Pepper: I never miss lowness, cheapness and vulgarity.
Peggy Pepper: [Sees a woman getting out of a car, with a tennis racket, at the MGM lot] Who is that?
King Vidor: That's Marion Davis.
Peggy Pepper: Marion Davis!
[Frowns, shakes her head disapprovingly]
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