"Tell the world you're being visited by an angel? You can't do that."
The Bishop's Wife was Cary Grant's 51st full-length feature film.
Dudley: You have some problems with the building of this cathedral, haven't you?
Henry Brougham: Yes.
Dudley: It's a fine cathedral. Ought to look magnificent up there on the top of Sanctuary Hill. Well, Henry, do you believe I am what I say I am?
Henry Brougham: Well, how can I? I've only got your word for it.
Dudley: But you're a bishop. You, of all people, can trust the word of an angel.
Henry Brougham: I'd like to. What do you... What do you propose to do? Perform a miracle?
Dudley: If necessary.
Henry Brougham: Well, why don't you? Why don't you create the cathedral with one wave of your hand?
Dudley: You wouldn't want me to do that, would you? How would you explain it?
Henry Brougham: Well, I...
Dudley: Tell the world you're being visited by an angel? You can't do that.