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  • Give him some ham and eggs.

  • Yes, ma'am.

  • That's very kind of you, sister, but l'm not hungry.

  • A cup of coffee and a sinker will fix me up fine.

  • Don't be a sucker.

  • Give him some ham and eggs.

  • The way l'm fixed, 35 cents isn't gonna make any difference.

  • Here.

  • Thanks.

  • Things are little tough, huh?

  • l wouldn't be sitting in a owl wagon for local color.

  • They locked me out of my room.

  • That's too bad.

  • Well thin\code(01f5)s are tough everywhere.

  • War in Europe, strikes over here.

  • There's no work, there's no food.

  • Drink your coffee while it's hot.

  • What they lock you out of your room for?

  • Did l ask you any questions?

  • l'm sorry. It's all right.

  • You been in Hollywood long?

  • Long enough.

  • Trying to crash the movies or something?

  • Something like that.

  • l guess that's pretty hard to do, huh? l guess so.

  • l never got close enough to find out.

  • Oh, sorry.

  • Say, who's being sorry for who?

  • Am l buying you the eggs or are you buying me the eggs?

  • Just like to repay you for them.

  • All right.

  • Give me a letter of introduction to Lubitsch.

  • l might be able to do that, too.

  • Who's Lubitsch?

  • Drink your coffee.

  • Can you act? What'd you say?

  • l said, can you act? Sure, l can act.

  • Would you like me to give you a recitation?

  • Go ahead.

  • Skip it.

  • My next act will be an impersonation of a young lady going home.

  • On the thumb.

  • ln that outfit?

  • How about your own outfit?

  • Well, l mean, haven't you got a car?

  • No, have you?

  • No, but...

  • Then don't get ritzy.

  • And l'll tell you some other things l haven't got.

  • l haven't got a yacht, or a pearl necklace, or a fur coat,

  • or a country seat, or even a winter seat.

  • l could use a new girdle, too.

  • l wish l could give you some of the things you need.

  • (LAUGHING) You wouldn't be trying to lead me astray, would you?

  • You know, the nice thing about buying food for a man

  • is that you don't have to laugh at his jokes.

  • Just think.

  • lf you were some big shot, like a casting director or something,

  • l'd be staring into your bridgework, saying,

  • ''Yes, Mr. Smearkase. No, Mr. Smearkase.

  • GIRL: Not really, Mr. Smearkase.

  • ''Oh! Mr. Smearkase, that's my knee!''

  • Give Mr. Smearkase another cup of coffee.

  • Make it two.

  • Want a piece of pie? No thanks, kid.

  • Why, Mr. Smearkase, aren't you getting a little familiar?

  • Look...

  • Thanks.

  • Look, if you wanted to stay in Hollywood a little longer...

  • l don't want to stay in Hollywood a little longer.

  • l've used up all my money, all my going-home money...

  • l was just gonna say l have a friend that's out of town

  • and you might be able to stay at his place for a couple of weeks.

  • Maybe by then things will break a little better for you,

  • or he might even be able to help you a little.

  • No, thanks.

  • There's no strings to this, kid.

  • l know you don't know who l am, but l used

  • to know a few people around here,

  • and this guy's really out of town.

  • And you know a way in through a window or something? No thanks.

  • No, l'm pretty sure in this case...

  • l'm going home, big boy.

  • l can get a ride out of here in a little while.

  • l don't like to think of you asking

  • a bunch of thugs for lifts along the highway.

  • Then don't think about it.

  • You mean, you'd just get in any car that comes along?

  • Anything but a Stanley Steamer, my uncle blew up in one.

  • That's terrible. You can't tell what kind

  • of a heel is apt to be behind the wheel.

  • All heels are pretty much the same.

  • Look...

  • Yes, Mr. Smearkase?

  • This friend of mine, the guy l was telling you about that's out of town,

  • l'm sure he wouldn't mind if l borrowed his car.

  • What is it, a street car?

  • lt's a car.

  • You just wait here.

  • You're iust gonna get yourself in trouble.

  • l'm not gonna get myself in trouble.

  • l'm iust gonna repay you for the ham and eggs.

  • That isn't necessary, big boy.

  • Some day when your ship comes in,

  • you can buy somebody that's hungry some ham and eggs,

  • and we'll be all square. That's fine.

  • You just wait here and l'll be back before you can say...

  • What was that big director's name?

  • Lubitsch.

  • Lubitsch.

Give him some ham and eggs.

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