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Well, what do you want? Can't a man
The cheque, Mr Miller.
Oh, the cheque. This cheque any good?
Why, yes, sir.
Well, we'll soon find out. There you are.
- Thank you.
- Don't give me any of that "thank you" stuff.
many times I have seen your company
rehearsing on the 19th floor.
Please, I would like to play
the part of the Polish miner.
to get as close to a lamb chop as you.
And I do mean, you.
You're wanted on the phone, Mr Miller.
Right over here, sir.
Give him a dime.
Oh, Christine. Hello, babe. How are you?
goes to lunch. Is that all right?
Well, get over to the rehearsal
as soon as you can.
and you only invested $250 in this show.
All right. Bye.
Please, Impresario, I read you
what Russian critic, Yacobovitch
That's very interesting.
Just when did he say that?
Just before he was shot.
It is just like in America,
and then in the second act
Oh, excuse me, Mr Gribble.
Gordon, I want to talk to you.
Look, Joe, I never like to talk
If you're referring to that meal
I just had, you're dead right.
have allowed you into this hotel.
Now, Joe, you mustn't be impatient.
I'll pay this bill just as soon as
I find some backers for my show.
After all, you can't shake
suckers out of your sleeve.
Anyhow, I can't.
Gordon, I'm in a terrible spot.
Mr Wagner, the supervising director,
Wagner? I thought he wasn't coming
for another two months.
He walked in on me unexpectedly.
He'll discover your bill any minute.
$1,200 worth of credit
to a shoestring producer.
How will I explain it?
If he finds out you're my brother-in-law,
it'll cost me my job.
It was a business proposition.
and 22 of my actors,
I gave you a 10/ interest in the show.
You mean I was railroaded into it
by you and Flossie.
You do me a favour, and kindly
keep your wife's name out of this.
the woman you love?
And besides, she happens to be my sister
on my mother's side.
Ha ha, the rehearsal, she's a wonder.
- Hello, Binelli.
- Yes, sirree, it's a-wonderful.
- Hello, room service.
- Just a minute, Binelli.
You can't eat here anymore.
Well, there's only one thing to do, Joe,
I'll have to scram.
But Gordon, I can't let you skip.
You'll have to leave your luggage.
All right, I'll leave my luggage,
but we can wear a lot of clothes.
Hey, Binelli, put on three of my suits.
Give me Room 1922.
Faker, here we go again.
Come on down and give us a hand.
Well, you don't want 22 people skipping,
all in one day, do you, Joe?
- No, of course not, but...
- Don't you see, Joe?
so they can't be held responsible.
The minute I'm out, we'll have the whole
one big bill, you'll have 22 little ones.
Hello? Joe, it's for you.
- Oh, yes, Mr Wagner. I'll be right down.
- I'll be out of here in 15 minutes.
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