Silent film characters sometimes get just a little fed up and that’s when the title cards get a little spicy. Oh my!
Douglas Fairbanks finds your assertions to be quite hilarious. And using highfalutin’ pronouns always turns the burn up a notch. (This is from The Thief of Bagdad, my review also covers the 1940 sound remake.)
Mary Pickford goes for a more direct approach in M’Liss. Such language from America’s Sweetheart! (Read my review here.)
She’s no more diplomatic with Buddy Rogers in My Best Girl. In all fairness, she’s right. (Read my review here.)
Before Arthur Housman became famous for playing drunks in Hal Roach comedies, he played rich louses. Here he is telling off Jewel Carmen in The Bat. I am assuming the dashes are made to disguise H-E-Double Hockey Sticks. (Read my review here.)
And here is an obscene parrot in Captain January. Keep that bird away from small children! (Read my review here.)