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OK! I know how to handle your type.
Well, old faithful,|that's your shooting for the day.
If we haven't rung up|at least two rabbits,
we deserve to go home empty-handed.
for they shall not be disappointed.
striding through the woods,|picking up his kill.
Well, come on, old faithful.
If this can had four legs and a tail,|we'd be eating it tonight.
Clean through the heart.
For rice cake! I've done him in.
A harmless pot-shot at a rabbit|and I'm a murderer, a killer.
Mother always said|I'd come to a bad end.
I can't say that I've seen you|around here before.
"Mr Harry Worp,
87 Maple Avenue,|Boston, Massachusetts. "
Worp, you're a long way from home.
With the looks of it, you won't|get back for Christmas, now.
We're going to have a cold,|hard winter.
Too long for me, Harry.
What seems to be the trouble,|Captain?
- He's dead.|- Yes.
Yeah. Did you...|did you know him, Miss Gravely?
- That's what counts now.|- Embarrassing.
What do you plan to do with him,|Captain?
No. Forget you saw me, Miss Gravely.
Chase it out of your mind, for|heaven's sake, it was an accident.
It was a human error.|Ah, now, please, don't...
Don't say anything to anybody,|Miss Gravely.
Do as you think best, Captain.
I'm sure you must have met|many similar situations
Captain, if I were going to hide|an accident, I shouldn't delay.
Oh. Oh.|You're right as rain, Miss Gravely.
Yes. You know something?|I'm glad I met you today.
tender, understanding as yourself.
Well, on the contrary, Captain. It...
You're right.|It's high time I paid a call.
- What time?|- Oh, say, early this afternoon.
You are a considerate man,|Captain Wiles.
- Goodbye.|- Goodbye.
We're almost there, Mommy!
Here he is, Mommy. Here he is.
- What did I tell ya, Mommy?|- Don't touch it, Arnie.
- There he is.|- No. It can't be! Harry!
Harry, thank Providence,|the last of Harry.
- Who's Providence, Mommy?|- A very good friend.
- Don't you know who it is?|- You said Harry.
- Can't you remember, Arnie?|- Why don't he get up and move?
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