The clip This family needs Discipline from My Man Godfrey (1936) with Eugene Pallette, Alice Brady
We've got to come to an understanding right now!
Either Carlo is or I am.
Well, one of us has got to, and that's all there is to it.
You're inebriated. You don't know what you're talking about.
Who would know what they're talking about, living with a bunch like this?
There's one thing I do know. What this family needs is discipline.
I've been a pretty patient man.
But when people start riding horses up the front steps and parking them in the library, that's going a bit too far.
Are you insinuating I rode a horse?
Maybe that wasn't a horse I saw in the library.
I'm positive I didn't ride a horse. I didn't have my riding costume on.
Irene rode the horse up the steps.
Don't play innocent. I begged you not to do it.
I didn't ride a horse! But if I did ride a horse, who broke those windows on Fifth Avenue?
You know what windows!
And how about that college sap? Yah, yah, yah!
I don't care who broke the horse, rode the window or yah, yah, yah'ed.
But this family's got to settle down!
Will you stop bellowing! Look what you're doing to Carlo.
You've exhausted my patience!
Did you make these?
They must be wonderful.
I'd like to help, if you'll let me.
I'd feel honored.
You might as well face the situation. I've lost a lot of money.
Yes, I have.
Maybe you left it in your other suit.
If things keep on, it won't be long till I don't have another suit.
Which ones are poisoned?
While we're on the subject, how about this business of certain people picking up anybody they find on the city dump and dragging them into the house?
We might all be stabbed and robbed.
Who's going to stab who?
We don't know a thing about certain people.
Someone should speak to Irene about picking up strays.
What's a stray?
You shut up!