Business Is Business

Synopsis:
Genre: Comedy, Short
Director(s): Erle C. Kenton
Year:
1921
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Hurry up.

Hurry up.

- Is this the right place?

- Depends on what you want.

It's the right place.

- We haven't agreed on a price yet.

- One hundred?

You're really something.

A woman. A real woman.

You can take your coat off.

You're really horny.

- You're the first in three years...

- Want this off?

- That'll be 25 extra.

- Fine. Take if off.

- Is that it?

- 25 doesn't get you the full package.

Take this off too.

Another 25.

Mighty beast.

I want it all off, everything.

You're turning me on.

For another 100

I'll take everything off.

- Where have you been?

- Africa.

- With Development Aid.

- No girls around?

- One, a Dutch one.

- And...?

She was a nun.

It's too soon.

I came too fast.

What a pity.

That'll be 285 guilders,

including tax.

- Ma'am?

- I'd like some pumps.

- What size?

- Twelve.

They're for my sister.

She's embarrassed

about her big feet.

The largest size we have

is nine, ma'am.

- I'll take them.

- But that's three sizes too small.

- They'll pinch.

- Perfect.

- May I help you?

- I'm looking for a mask.

- For a children's party.

- Something cheerful then.

This one?

Or this one?

No, not that kind.

That one.

That's exactly what I want.

For a children's party?

May I come in?

Take off your clothes.

Everything?

Everything.

- You won't scare me, will you?

- Who knows?

And don't count on your chauffeur.

Hurry up.

It wasn't a hundred, Sjaak.

I swear.

Get in bed.

I'm coming to get you.

I'm coming.

You're going to get it.

It's me.

The screams were a great touch.

- Something extra.

- That's generous.

My treasures.

No, don't!

Watch out!

Jerk, this belonged to my mother.

This too?

And this too?

What's done is done.

- Hey you two. Cut it out.

- You nasty bitch.

That was close.

It's every day now, huh?

He thought I held some money back.

He's so tight.

I don't see how

you put up with him.

He had such

a rotten day fishing today.

Look at this...

- Cassius Clay in action.

- Get lost.

You should be ashamed.

She gives you whatever you want.

A sexy car, suits. And enough

rods to start up a fishing club.

I don't have a decent reel.

Here, take it.

Her screams earned it.

Go buy a reel.

Fighting one minute,

making up the next.

Here, I'm off to Leo's.

I'm not in a hurry. You?

You can't keep Greet waiting.

Legs.

Arms.

Feet.

Finally...

Fine, stomach in.

You look great. Bye, love.

I'll straighten up.

You go off to work.

Bye, sweetie.

- How about for ten bucks?

- Ten bucks?

No, you'd better try Jopie.

Good to see you.

You look great.

You wish.

It usually works.

As long as he works.

That's funny.

Don't worry,

I've never had any complaints.

Can I use your phone?

- What are you up to?

- Have to make a call.

- Need the phone book?

- No, I know the number.

Third time in they notice us.

- Found one?

- Hello, dear. That you?

Yes, I'm working late again.

Of course I could've phoned earlier.

I need to balance the books.

No, it'll be late.

- Endives?

- Sounds great.

No, I'll grab a sandwich.

Bye. Give the kids a hug.

Daddy's got the night off.

- This is my girlfriend.

- Hello.

- What are you drinking?

- Two beers.

Can't you see she's with me?

We're going to have

a great time.

- You're lit.

- No, I'm not.

You're trembling all over.

Hold out your hands.

Don't get your suit wet.

Take the glasses.

She's not the only one.

Forget it. I'd rather

go home for some endives.

- I helped you out there.

- And cost me a pretty penny too.

I've no money,

but I've got a big heart.

- So...

- I'm a contractor. I earn enough.

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