It'll only be a few moments, sir.
Put that hand luggage in the automobile.
Put the footlockers in the jeep.
Everything else goes in the two-and-a-half.
Unloading shouldn't take long.
You won't be more than
I'll see you back at the hotel.
Harry, is everything set at the hotel?
Adm. Jessup's riding
in the second car, sir.
Adm. Jessup, you remember Mr. Parks.
- Bus, I'll check on the unloading...
- See you inside.
Glad you're back, Charlie.
We'll go around to the rear entrance.
Will you put this stuff in my room, Paul?
- Nice to have you back in London, sir.
- Thank you.
There's a crate of eggs,
four pounds of bacon, four tins of coffee...
marmalade, six pounds of butter,
and ten pounds of oranges.
- I will, sir.
The Admiral will have breakfast
tomorrow at 7:
with Capt. Ellender and Cmdr. Cummings.
- Thank you, sir.
I'll sign this in.
- You pick up the wash and dry cleaning.
Get some sleep.
You can't win them all, Commander.
Generals Hallerton and Waterson.
General Waterson doesn't play bridge.
Yeah, but he'll want a partner anyway.
Try to dig up a couple of someones
to complete the foursome.
Here's the menu.
Steak, avocado salad, ice cream,
Call the motor pool and get a driver,
We're going to stay in London
at least for a while.
- What balloon?
D- day. The invasion of Europe.
- You might as well set up house.
Motor pool, please.
Yes, as I recall.
Paul, never mind.
I'll go by the motor pool myself.
Avocado salad. That's a new one.
Sheila, could you be a redhead
30 this afternoon?
- Am I to drive, or am I to dress?
- You'll have to dress.
It's for dinner and a bit of mauling.
Push on to SHAEF, Pat.
Two Navy captains. Wait in front, will you?
- Here you are, Charlie.
- Bye, Pat.
I need a driver to take me to Hendon.
How about Sheila?
I'm sorry, love. I'm afraid she's on call.
Emily, take Cmdr. Madison
over to Hendon airport.
If I'm to be a redhead,
I'll need a new dress, don't you agree?
I'll be in my room by lunch.
You are a love, Charlie.
Here's your ticket. This is yours, love.
Rear Admiral. Go to Hammersmith.
I shall be up in my new dress
during lunch, love.
Is Lt. Hayworth still
No, sir. There's a Lt. Wade there now, sir.
Thank you, sir.
It might help you to know
that Lt. Wade is from Alabama.
I got some bottles for you, anyway.
What kind of bottles?
- Don't tell me.
- I.W. Harper.
You can't get bourbon over here.
You got three bottles.
You're quite a dog-robber,
ain't you, Madison?
Let's just make sure
we read each other clear, Wade.
I'll take care of you...
my admiral sets the best table...
of anybody in
including the Supreme Commander.
I want the prime of everything
you've got in here.
When I ask for steak, I mean aged,
two inches thick...
corn-fed, that you can cut
with a sharp look.
I'm setting up house, now.
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