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Don't even stop to take your makeup off.
Get down to the side entrance. The cops are waiting.
I told you, the car's at the curb.
The cops are waiting to get you to it.
What a crowd!
How'd they know I was coming out this way?
You got me, Arnie. I don't know.
Well, what do you expect?
When they see four cops rush in, they figure something's cooking.
You did it again. You set it up.
You better get out, Mr. Haines.
Let him through. Let him through!
Give me a break, will you?
Okay, honey, cut loose.
Somebody stole my purse!
Help! Help, somebody! Stop the thief!
Somebody stole my purse!
Help! Police! Stop the thief!
Alan's here already?
He and others.
Lots of others, a veritable multitude.
Oh, I don't know, Mr. Haines.
But to me, it sure looks like trouble.
Boy, that guy is just murder.
Take care of the car for me, will you?
What's going on here?
Mr. Haines, my name is Tina Stephens.
Mr. Haines, we came all the way in from Philadelphia just to see you.
Some of the kids are from your hometown.
I know. I've seen them.
But it wasn't possible to get into the theater.
You did right, honey.
Arnie is always glad to say hello.
Sure. I'd be glad to.
You name it.
Well, tell me, what's all the shooting about?
Because you're Arnie Haines.
You stay out of this. You...
I'm sorry. You tell me, please.
Golly, Mr. Haines...
maybe it's the way you sing, or the beat or something.
You don't really know, though, do you?
Isn't it enough that we want to see you and talk to you?
Will you autograph the record?
Sure, is it the one on the machine?
Somebody got a pen?
I got one, Arnie.
Now, in a nice, bold hand.
"What's all the shooting about?" Brother.
I'm not through with you yet.
Here you go. Here, it's yours.
And thank you.
Thank you very much for coming up...
and anytime you're in New York, you come in again.
You hear? I'm glad to see you. Really.
Gee, thanks, Mr. Haines. We will.
so you can get more of that idiotic publicity?
Alan, tonight's the last straw.
Look, everybody's trying to get into the newspapers, Arnie.
or getting...thrown out of a hotel is news.
Now, does that sound like news to you guys?
Oh, if you were Kim Novak, it might.
Oh, very funny.
Look, fellows, listen to me...
Arnie's right, Alan.
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