Second Honeymoon (1930)
Josephine Dunn: Mary Huntley
Edith : Mary, what's the matter?
Mary Huntley : Why nothing, Edith.
Edith : Oh, yes there is. And what's more, it's about Jim. I've known ever since I arrived on this visit something was wrong. And just because I'm Jim's cousin, there's no reason why you shouldn't tell me.
Mary Huntley : You're right, Edith. It's Jim. He doesn't understand me. I've always advised women not to talk about their private troubles. But somehow with you it's different.
Edith : Of course it is, Dear. Why, we've known each other for years. Why, you're like a sister to me.
Mary Huntley : Jim's wonderful; just wonderful.
Edith : But he doesn't understand.
Mary Huntley : Five years, Edith. Five years I've stood it.
Edith : Yes, Dear. Tell me.
Mary Huntley : Romance has gone. And when you've lost that, I'd just as soon be dead.
Edith : Of course.
Mary Huntley : I'll be getting old soon. I'm not going to stand it. Jim and I have come to the end. I'm going away somewhere. Anywhere.