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...while a warm and bright sunshine|streams down.
- And following the parade...|- Yes, sir?
I can give you a very nice single at 350.
How long will you be staying?
I don't know.
- Never mind that.|- Yes, sir.
...than anyone else in town.
I mean Frank Enley.
So let's get him up here|and make our thanks official.
Come on up, Frank.
- Come on, speak, Frank.|- Go on, big shot.
- You heard what the man said.|- Come on, thattaboy.
On the double, captain.
First time I ever had a chance|to give orders to a captain.
- Nice work, Frank.|- Thanks.
He's worked with us day and night|from the very beginning.
Go ahead, Frank, it's all yours.
Well, as you all know...
...I was just one of the contractors|on this project.
Now, seriously,|what I want to say to you is this...
...that it was you fellas,|you and your families...
And if I gave you any help at all...
- Thanks, Frank. Thanks.|- Thank you.
- Yes?|- I can't find that other rod.
- It's in there.|- It's not in here.
- Oh.|- Honestly, sometimes I wonder.
- I won't need them.|- If you think you're gonna...
- And get a nice fat cold... Ow! Ooh!|- Be careful now. You get that...
Getting used to you, that's all.|You've lost your glamour.
Oh, I have, have I?
- I've lost my glamour, huh?|- Uh-huh.
- Lost all my glamour, huh?|- Mm-hm.
Why don't you go out and tell Fred|that I had to go to the convention.
- You want to?|- You think he'd fall for that?
He'll be right out, Fred.
Bye-bye, Georgie.|Take care of your mother now.
You be a good boy now, Georgie.|Mommy will be right back.
- Hello, youngster.|- Hi.
Finally, you let him out of your clutches.
- It was a battle, but I got away from her.|- Ha, ha.
Say, Edith, why don't you and I|go up to the lake?
- We'll leave him to do the housekeeping.|- You old goat. Aren't you ashamed?
Listen to him.|- We'll be gone a couple of days.
Well, don't call us up to bail you out.|Ha-ha-ha.
Bye. Have fun.
Say, is that your phone or mine?
- Oh, it's mine. Bye.|- Bye.
Hello. Hello, who is it?
Just a minute.
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