There's a line from Robert Young in one of his early movies, when he was quite the matinee idol (in competition with Robert Montgomery, I think). A young woman tells him he looks good. He replies *something on the order of* "Thanks, I just had myself detailed." Now I know that can't be the exact line, as the term "to detail" -- a car, usually -- is a fairly recent coinage. He might have said, "I just had myself steam-cleaned," or "dry-cleaned" (the most likely choice, I believe), or "polished and waxed." Not sure. Does anybody recall the scene and film?