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- She had fame, she had fortune. - Bravo. Delightful.
She had product endorsements.
But she was not what she seemed.
... the peasant had none of her luxuries, but he had a dream.
... and gifts of good luck, best wishes...
You can do anything If you try
If you believe it
This is my kind of town It's as clear as the nose on your face
This is the time This is the place
This is the time
- So long. - Taxi!
This must be the place Hollywood
Dig that face They ain 't seen nothing like it
If you know what I mean
Look at me I'm gonna be the cat to see
I'm going down in history
Just watch me!
Right here in Hollywood
Well, hi, there, ma'am. How you doing?
What's your name there? Okay.
I'm Danny. Do you mind if I sit down?
- Excuse me. - Cranston!
Don't mind him, Danny. He was just leaving.
Hi. I'm Tillie. This is Cranston. Cranston, Danny. Danny, T.W.
T.W., Danny. Danny, Frances. Frances, Danny. T.W., Frances. Frances...
So, new in town?
I just arrived. L...
If you call hanging from a hook a good part.
At least it's a part, huh?
"Give it up, you loser."
I need a drink.
All right, now, let's see.
"Go to Hollywood." Check.
What you got there?
Well, this is a plan I worked out.
Well, that's how it worked for you, right?
- Oh, sure. Right. - Oh, right.
Why not Thursday?
Now, Danny, you just go in and let Mr. Wink know you're here.
They're casting a big Noah's Ark movie. Lots of work for animals.
Your tie is a little crooked.
Wait a minute. Straighten you up, dust you off and perfect.
- Thanks a lot. - Look, you big ape!
What? This is a bad time. I'm casting the Ark picture.
Get off the line! Yes, hello. Wink here.
- Mr. Wink? - Yes!
Send over two chickens and two lions.
But don't send them over in the same car this time.
Let's see now.
- Say, you. Can you play a cat? - I am a cat.
One and the same, kid. One and the same.
Just sign here, here, here, here, and here and here and here and here...
...and over there and down the middle...
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