British writer Jack Marks was active in films from 1937 to 1951. Most of Marks' films were regional comedies, made on a shoestring for provincial audiences. He was a principal writer of the "Old Mother Riley" films, which starred Arthur Lucan, a music-hall funster who appeared in drag as an elderly…
Cop: Look, Holt, people say that what you do with these kids is great. You got a good reputation. But if I was you, I'd have located in the next county. You're too close. Things have been quiet for five years and that's the way we want to keep it.
Paul: So do I officer. So do I. (to Jeff and Sandra) - You two, take off. We'll talk at dinner.
Sandra: We'll never do it again, sir.
Jeff: Thanks, Mr. Holt.
Cop: You're not even going to reprimand them? No punishment? What kind of place is this?
Ginny: Yes, Paul?
Paul: No seconds on dessert for Jeff and Sandra tonight.