Sergeant Samuel Dudfoot Quotes in Ask a Policeman (1939)
Sergeant Samuel Dudfoot Quotes:
Constable Jeremiah 'Jerry' Harbottle: [Dudfoot has been embezzling the salary of a non-existent constable] If I hadn't come in you wouldn't have had any Harbottle to show.
Constable Albert Brown: That's right, and you wouldn't be able to stick for half his wages.
Sergeant Samuel Dudfoot: That's commission!
Sergeant Samuel Dudfoot: [Dudfoot and his two constables have made an arrest] Did you search him?
Constable Albert Brown: One pocket book, one watch, one pen-knife and no money.
Sergeant Samuel Dudfoot: One pen-knife and no what?
Constable Albert Brown: No money.
Sergeant Samuel Dudfoot: Come on, turn out your pockets.
Constable Albert Brown: Oh, alright. One pen-knife and fifteen bob.
Sergeant Samuel Dudfoot: Blimey! Will you never learn to be honest? He's as much our prisoner as he is yours... Here you are, five bob each.
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