Iris Henderson: I've no regrets. I've been everywhere and done everything. I've eaten caviar at Cannes, sausage rolls at the dogs. I've played baccarat at Biarritz and darts with the rural dean. What is there left for me but marriage?
Charters: You can't expect to put the two of us up in the maid's room.
Hotel Manager: Well don't get excited. I'll remove the maid out.
Charters: If only we hadn't missed that train at Budapest.
Caldicott: Well, I don't want to rub it in, but if you hadn't insisted on standing up until they'd finished their national anthem.
Charters: Yes, but you must show respect, Caldicott. If I'd known it was going to last twenty minutes.
Caldicott: It has always been my contention that the Hungarian Rhapsody is not their national anthem.
Gilbert: Never climb a fence if you can sit on it.
Miss Froy: I never think you should judge any country by its politics. After all, we English are quite honest by nature, aren't we?