(permitting himself a dry
Very well. That means that you
have met all Mr. Holland's
requirements. Now, as to salary --
it's quite good -- two hundred
dollars a month.
That is good. But I'd like to know
more about the case.
I'm afraid I'm not able to tell you
much. Only that the patient is a young
woman -- the wife of a Mr. Paul
Holland with whom we do
That will mean another interview,
No, this is quite final. You see,
the West Indies.
The West Indies?
(he's been expecting this)
A year's contract -- a trip with
all expenses paid -- that's not so
bad, you know.
But it's so far away...
That's rather nice, isn't it?
(a little wistfully)
Sit under a palm tree -- go
swimming -- take sun baths. Just
like a holiday...
Palm trees --
MONTAGE OF SHIPS
comes onto the screen.
the-way ports. Judging by the
boats that took me to St. Sebastian
-- it's far away and hard to get
to. First, there was the great
liner to Havana -- then a smaller
steamer to Port au Prince -- a
freighter to Gonave -- and from
Gonave, one of the little island
and sisal, sponges and salt all
over the Caribbean.
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