Windy:Who do you think's gonna get the worst of this - Maxie, or Africa?
Crawford:[amidst animal growls]It can't be; we're a hundred miles from that country - but it is, I swear it is! Ali, get me my gun - *big* gun!
Crawford:You can't rope a gorilla!
Jill Young:[after O'Hara and Crawford have fled]Aren't you afraid of Joe?
Gregg Johnson:I sure am, but I don't want him to know it.
Max O'Hara:Come on, Windy, I got a million things to do.
Windy:You got time for this.
[turns on movie projector. Jill and Gregg come into the scene]
Max O'Hara:Hey, it's the kids!
Windy:Crawford told me to spring it on you. He shot it when he was down there.
Max O'Hara:[calling to the screen]Hey, Jill.
Jill Young:[silently]Hello Max.
Max O'Hara:Hey, they said "Hello, Max".
Max O'Hara:[Joe walks into the scene. O'Hara steps back]*Yipe*.
Max O'Hara:[clutching his chest and staggering]Oh! I think I'm gonna have another heart attack!
Schultz:[pushing O'Hara into a police car]Fine, have it in there!
Max O'Hara:Don't worry kid. There's nobody in the world gonna shoot Joe now.
Max O'Hara:We're goin' to Africa- we're gonna lassoo lions.
Windy:But Maxie, you can buy all the lions you want in California!
Windy:[Dramatically]But don't you understand? I'm going to be in terrible danger - in darkest Africa!
Max O'Hara:Am I dreamin', or did I just see a gorilla? And a beautiful dame!
Agent:Maxie, I can get you a great act; it can work on a raft.
Max O'Hara:Aw, nix, cut it out, will ya'?
Bartender:[In response to a patron asking about the safety glass that shields her from the lions]Don't worry, lady; O'Hara had it made special.
[raps his knuckles on the glass twice]
Bartender:That'll hold *anything*.
Golden Safari patron:[walking through the Golden Safari]Gee, this looks just like Africa.
Her escort:How would you know? You've never been out of the state.
Nightclub patron:[condescendingly to her escort as they are being led to an upstairs table]And I thought you knew every headwaiter in town.
Max O'Hara:[to Windy]Who's the greatest press agant in the world, you or me; don't answer that.
Max O'Hara:[to the painter putting O'Hara's name on the door]No, no it isn't *big* enough.