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And we hope|that your breakfast was satisfactory.
- Thank you. Goodbye.|- Goodbye.
- Goodbye.|- Goodbye.
What a peaceful day...
Now, listen, if you aren't|out of town in six hours...
...you'll spend 60 days|with a pick and shovel.
Your oatmeal was lumpy.|Get out!
Florida isn't that way.|It's this way.
Want a lift, boys?
Oh, yes, sir.|Thank you very much.
- You all right?|- Yes, sir.
Here we go.
- Oh, thanks.|- Only take a second.
Tell him to put it in gear.
- Put it in gear.|- Okay.
- When it's fast, let your clutch out.|- Right.
Come out and help me.
- Come out and help him.|- Not him, you.
- You all ready?|- All ready.
- Here we go.|- Go ahead.
- Well, thanks ever so much, boys.
- Aren't you going to Florida?|- Florida?
Yes, I hope to go to Florida someday.
I hear it's a very, very pretty place.
I've got to go in the house|and phone for a battery.
Thanks for everything.
See what Superman is doing.
Listen to this:
"Free transportation|and expenses to Dayton.
Phone Evergreen 4-2120."
This is our chance to get out of town.
See if there's one for Florida.|I'm dying for an orange.
You'll have to be satisfied with Dayton.
436. This is it.
Another customer.|Hurry up, get that wig on.
And ditch that cigar.
Good morning, sir. I phoned|in answer to your advertisement.
What does he want?|We didn't advertise for two.
But we can do the work of one.
- We'll see. Come in.|- Thank you.
This way, please.
- Now what did I do?|- Shh.
She's all broke up over her boy.
Where did he go?
- Mine too.|- Thanks.
Come this way.
Here he is, Cousin Charlie.
Sweeter boy never lived.
But what has he got to do|with the trip to Dayton?
- He's going too.|- With us?
No, you're going with him.
Ollie, let's go to Florida.
I'm sorry, sir, but we couldn't|even consider it.
...and, well, three's a crowd.|Goodbye and thank you very much.
Well, how do you like that?
Gee, they was perfect for it.
Only a BB-head would let them|get away.
- You're in for a sock on the chin.|- Go ahead and start...
Now cut it out, you guys.
You know, Joe,|it ain't right to hit a dame.
- I don't like that crack either, Darby.|- Okay, Ma.
Look, the police.
- We'd better go back.|- To the coffin?
Yeah, I can ride on Ollie's lap.
Just a minute, please.
Aunt Mary's anxious|to have you accompany Charlie.
She says you remind her|of her two nephews...
...Sheldon and Cheesey.|- Isn't that sweet.
I'll give you 100 bucks for the job.
Half when I meet you at the train,|the rest when you deliver Charlie.
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