Her Highness and the Bellboy

Synopsis: A bellboy at a swanky New York hotel starts to ignore his girlfriend after meeting a beautiful European princess.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
112 min

Albert, you were terrific.

Yeah, wasn't I?

But you ought to see

what I can do with two hands.

Hey, she must have

heard us come in.

Yeah, I'll go right up.

Me, too? Huh? Can I?



You can come up later.

I'll knock for you.

Oh, the flowers.

There they are-

just like they was.

Didn't even lose one petal.

Oh, what a man.

See you later.

Good evening, Mrs. odell.

How are you this evening?


Aw, that's too bad.

I guess working nights

doesn't agree with you.

Neither does working days.

Come in, Jimmy.

In the merry, merry month of may

I was taken by surprise

by a pair of roguish eyes

while strolling

through the park one day

for you.

Oh, thank you, Jimmy.


Yeah. Oh,

are they?


I love them.

Oh, something new, huh?

Who is it?

Don't tell me.

I've seen that face

somewhere before.

Oh ho ho!

That's Santa claus.

Well, you said to make some.

Are they all right?

Oh... looks

just like him.

Aunt gertie doesn't think they'll sell.

Oh, well, that's what's

wrong with aunt gertie.

She doesn't believe

in Santa claus.

How's about bubbling out

and seeing the bright lights?

Oh, I'd love to. Where'll we go tonight?

Well, uh, how's about the,

uh, ritz classic roof garden?

Oh, that's just where

I hoped you'd take me.

Ok. I'll call a cab.

What shall I wear tonight?

My pink evening gown or my

blue one or my green one?

Oh, no, no, no.

We're not dressing.

All my top hats

are in the laundry.

Come in.

Hello, Albert.

Huh? Oh,

hello, Leslie.

Albert, I'm taking Leslie

out for a little night life.

I want a taxi.

Huh? Taxi? Oh! Sure, Jimmy, sure.

Are you ready, Leslie?


Is the taxi here?

Taxi is here.

Beep beep!

Look out for the taxi, mama!

A ticket for speeding he should get.

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Richard Connell

Richard Edward Connell Jr. (October 17, 1893 – November 22, 1949) was an American author and journalist. He is best remembered for his short story "The Most Dangerous Game" (1924). Connell was one of the most popular American short story writers of his time, and his stories were published in The Saturday Evening Post and Collier's magazines. He had equal success as a journalist and screenwriter, and was nominated for an Academy Award during 1942 for best original story for the movie Meet John Doe. more…

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