Adventure in Baltimore

Synopsis: The liberated daughter of a 1905 minister innocently starts a scandal.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
89 min

Go and put these hideous leather paws in the hall closet.

Yes, Momma.


I thought your school vacation didn't start for some time yet.

Well, it... It doesn't. I...

I came home early.

Any difficulties?

Well, a way.

Well, what way?

I was...expelled.


Is there a connection between your expulsion

and those instruments of fisticuffs?

Oh, these? Oh, no. A friend of mine gave them to me.

Ah, a friend.

James J Jeffries, no doubt?

Why, yes. How did you know?

I have my ways. I hav...!

Di! What are you doing home?

Hello, Tom.

Did they close school early or something?

No, I...grew dissatisfied with certain things

at Miss Ingram's seminary and terminated my stay there.

Oh? What things?

The artistic temperament

doesn't need mundane reasons for decisions, Tom.

- No, I guess not.

- How's your aunt?

Fine. She doesn't like me working at Steuben's after class,

but I need the money.

I didn't think you liked working with horses.

Not in the stable. The garage.

Well, I'd better go.

- I'll see you at choir practice.

- Yeah.

I'll meet you at Steuben's.

No, Di. I'm walking Bernice Eckert over.

- Who?

- Bernice Eckert. They moved into Dean Street.

I'll introduce you. She's really keen. You'll like her.

I'm sure I will.

She's so...continental, sort of.

She's got that way, even when she just walks.

I'm anxious to see if you agree.

Well, I gotta go to work. See you later. Bye.

Bye, Tom.



# ..the lamb of God

# Before our father's throne... #

No, no, no, children. No.

When you sing that line, you mustn't just say words.

You must really stand before the throne.

You must be up there. Give me that up-there feel.

Now, then. Once again.

Make me feel transported to a place in the heavenly cloud.

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