With the coming of the second World War...
...many eyes in imprisoned Europe turned hopefully, or desperately...
...toward the freedom of the Americas.
Lisbon became the great embarkation point.
But not everybody could get to Lisbon directly.
And so a torturous, roundabout refugee trail sprang up.
Paris to Marseilles...
...across the Mediterranean to Oran.
Then by train, auto or foot across the rim of Africa to Casablanca...
...in French Morocco.
Here, the fortunate ones, through money or influence or luck...
...might obtain exit visas and scurry to Lisbon.
And from Lisbon to the new world.
But the others wait in Casablanca.
And wait and wait and wait.
To all officers:
Two German couriers carrying official documents murdered on train from Oran.
Murderer and possible accomplices headed for Casablanca.
Round up all suspicious characters and search them for stolen document.
Allez! Tout de suite! Rentrez!
May we see your papers?
I don't think I have them on me.
In that case you'll have to come along.
It's possible that I... Yes. Here they are.
These papers expired 3 weeks ago. You'll have to come along!
-What is going on? -I don't know, my dear.
Pardon me. Have you not heard?
We hear little, and understand even less.
Two German couriers were found murdered in the unoccupied desert.
This is the customary roundup of liberals...
...and beautiful girls for Monsieur Renault, the préfect of Police.
Unfortunately, refugees and the scum of Europe gravitated to Casablanca.
Some have been waiting years for a visa.
I beg of you, watch yourself. Be on guard.
This place is full of vultures.
Vultures everywhere. Everywhere!
-Thank you very much. -Not at all.
What an amusing little fellow.
-How silly of me. -What, dear?
I've left my wallet in the hotel.
Perhaps tomorrow we'll be on the plane.
It is good to see you again, Major Strasser.
Thank you, thank you.
May I present Captain Renault, the police préfect of Casablanca.
-Unoccupied France welcomes you. -Thank you, Captain.
Major Strasser, my aide, Lieutenant Casselle.
Captain Tonelli. The Italian service at your command.
You may find the climate of Casablanca a trifle warm.
We Germans must get used to all climates, from Russia to the Sahara.
-Perhaps you weren't referring to weather. -What else?
What has been done about the murder of the couriers?
My men are gathering twice the number of usual suspects.
-But we know who the murderer is. -Good. Is he in custody?
No hurry . Tonight he'll be at Rick's.
I've already heard about this café. And about Mr. Rick himself.
For nobody else gave me a thrill
Honey, with all your faults I love you still
Had to be you wonderful you. Had to be you!
Cause my hair is curly
Waiting, waiting, waiting.
I'll never get out of here.
I'll die in Casablanca.
But can't you make it a little more?
Sorry, Madame, but diamonds are everywhere on the market.
Two thousand, four hundred.
The trucks are waiting. The men are waiting. Everything...
It's the fishing smack Santiago.
It leaves at one tomorrow night from the end of the marina. Third boat.
And bring 15 thousand francs, cash.
Remember, in cash.
-Open up, Abdul. -Yes, professor.
-Waiter? -Yes, Madame?
Will you ask Rick if he'll have a drink with us?
Madame, he never drinks with customers. I have never seen it.
What makes saloonkeepers so snobbish?
Perhaps if you told him I ran the 2nd largest bank in Amsterdam.
2nd largest? That wouldn't impress Rick.
The leading banker in Amsterdam is now a pastry chef in our kitchen.
We have something to look forward to.
And his father is the bellboy .
I'm sorry, sir. This is a private room.
Of all the nerve! I know there is gambling in there.
You dare not keep me out.
What's the trouble?
I have been in every gambling room between Honolulu and Berlin.
If you think I'll be kept out, you're very much mistaken.
Your cash is good at the bar.
What? Do you know who I am?
I do. You're lucky the bar is open to you.
This is outrageous! I shall report it to the Angriff.
You know, watching you now, one would think you've done this all your life.
-What makes you think I haven't? -Nothing.
-But when you first came, I thought... -You thought what?
What right do I have to think?
Too bad about those two German couriers, wasn't it?
They got a lucky break. Yesterday they were clerks...
...today they are the honoured dead.
You are a very cynical person, Rick, if you'll forgive me for saying so.
I forgive you.
Will you have a drink with me?
I forgot, you never drink with... I'll have another, please.
You despise me, don't you?
If I gave you any thought, I probably would.
Do you object to the business I do?
But think of all the poor refugees who must rot here if I didn't help them.
It's not so bad. Through ways of my own, I provide them with exit visas.
For a price, Ugarte. For a price.
But think of all the poor devils who can't meet Renault's price.
I get it for them for half. Is that so parasitic?
I don't mind a parasite. I object to a cut-rate one.
Well, Rick, after tonight I will be through with the whole business.
And I'm leaving, finally, this Casablanca.
Who did you bribe for your visa? Renault or yourself?
Myself. I found myself much more reasonable.
I know what this is?
Something that even you have never seen.
Letters of transit signed by General DeGaulle.
They cannot be rescinded. Not even questioned.
Tonight I'll be selling those for more money than even I ever dreamed of.
And then, addio, Casablanca.
I have many a friend in Casablanca, but somehow since you despise me...
...you are the only one I trust.
Will you keep these for me?
-For how long? -An hour. Perhaps a little longer.
I don't want them overnight.
Don't be afraid of that.
Please keep them for me.
Thank you. I knew I could trust you.
Waiter. I'll be expecting some people.
If anybody asks for me, I'll be right here.
...I hope you're more impressed with me now.
If you'll forgive me, I'll share my good luck with your roulette wheel.
Just a moment.
I heard a rumour those German couriers were carrying letters of transit.
I've heard that rumour too.
You're right, Ugarte.
I am a little more impressed with you.
-Say, who's got trouble? -We got trouble
-How much trouble? -Too much trouble
Well now don't you frown, just knuckle down and knock on wood
-Who's unhappy? -We're unhappy
-How unhappy? -Too unhappy
That won't do. When you are blue just knock on wood
-Now who's lucky? -We're all lucky
-Just how lucky? -Very lucky
Well smile up then, and once again let's knock on wood
-Hello, Rick. -Hello, Ferrari.
How's business at the Blue Parrot?
-Fine, but I'd like to buy your café. -it’s not for sale.
-You haven't heard my offer. -it’s not for sale at any price.
-What do you want for Sam? -I don't buy or sell human beings.
Too bad. That's Casablanca's leading commodity .
In refugees alone we could make a fortune together in the black market.
Suppose you run your business, and let me run mine.
Suppose we ask Sam. Maybe he'd like to make a change.
Suppose we do.
When will you realize that in this world isolationism is not a practical policy?
Sam, Ferrari wants you to work for him at the Blue Parrot.
I like it fine here.
-He'll double your pay . -I don't have time to spend money now.
The boss' private stock...
...because, Yvonne, I love you.
Oh, shut up!
All right, all right. For you I shut up, because, Yvonne, I love you.
Some Germans gave this check. Is it all right?
Where were you last night?
That's so long ago, I don't remember.
-Will I see you tonight? -I never make plans that far ahead.
Give me another.
-Sashay, she's had enough. -Don't listen to him. Fill it up.
Yvonne, I love you, but he pays me.
-Rick, I'm tired of having you... -Sashay, call a cab.
-Come on, we're going to get your coat. -Take your hands off me!
You're going home. You've had a little too much to drink.
Who do you think you are, pushing me around?
What a fool I was to fall for a man like you.
Go with her and be sure she gets home.
And come right back.
-Hello, Rick. -Hello, Louis.
How extravagant you are, throwing away women.
Someday they may be scarce.
I think I shall pay a call on Yvonne.
Maybe get her on the rebound.
When it comes to women, you're a true democrat.
Et moi, je vous dis que L'attitude de L'Italie est immonde.
Qu'est-ce que vous auriez fait sans L'armée allemande?
If he gets a word in, it'll be an Italian victory .
The plane to Lisbon.
You would like to be on it?
Why? What's in Lisbon?
The clipper to America.
I've often speculated on why you don't return to America.
Did you abscond with the church funds?
Did you run off with a Senator's wife?
I like to think you killed a man. It's the romantic in me.
It's a combination of all three.
And what in heaven's name brought you to Casablanca?
My health. I came here for the waters.
What waters? We're in the desert.
I was misinformed.
Excuse me, Rick.
A gentleman inside has won 20,000 francs...
...and the cashier would like some money .
I'll get it from the safe.
I'm so upset, Rick. You know l...
Forget it, Emil. Mistakes like that happen all the time.
I'm awfully sorry .
Rick, there will be some excitement here tonight. An arrest in your café.
-Again? -This is no ordinary arrest.
A murderer, no less.
If you're thinking of warning him, don't. He cannot possibly escape.
-I stick my neck out for nobody . -A wise foreign policy .
La Corse, la Tunisie, Nice, qu'est-ce que vous avez fait pour les avoir?
We could have made the arrest earlier at the Blue Parrot.
But out of my high regard for you, we're staging it here.
It will amuse your customers.
Our entertainment's enough.
We're to have an important guest here tonight.
Major Strasser of the Third Reich.
We want him to be here when we make the arrest.
A demonstration of the efficiency of my administration.
I see. And what's Strasser doing here?
He certainly didn't come here to witness a demonstration of your efficiency .
-Perhaps not. -Here you are.
-It shall not happen again. -That's all right.
Louis, you got something on your mind. Why don't you spill it?
How observant you are.
As a matter off act, I wanted to give you a word of advice.
-Have a brandy? -Thank you.
There are many exit visas sold in this café, but we know that you've never sold one.
That is the reason we permit you to remain open.
I thought it was because I let you win at roulette.
That is another reason.
There is a man arrived in Casablanca on his way to America.
He will offer a fortune to anyone who'll furnish him with an exit visa.
-What's his name? -Victor Laszlo.
That is the first time I've seen you impressed.
He's succeeded in impressing half the world.
It's my duty to see he doesn't impress the other half.
Rick, Laszlo must never reach America. He stays in Casablanca.
It'll be interesting to see how he manages.
-But I just told you... -Stop it.
He escaped concentration camp. The Nazis chased him through Europe.
This is the end of the chase.
Twenty thousand francs says it isn't.
Is that a serious offer?
I just paid out 20 and I'd like to get it back.
Make it 10. I'm only a poor corrupt official.
No matter how clever he is, he needs an exit visa. Or I should say two.
-Why two? -He is travelling with a lady .
-He'll take one. -I think not. I've seen the lady .
And if he did not leave her in Marseilles or Oran...
...he certainly won't leave her in Casablanca.
Maybe he's not quite as romantic as you are.
It doesn't matter. There is no exit visa for him.
What ever gave you the impression that I might help Laszlo escape?
Because I suspect that under that cynical shell...
...you are at heart a sentimentalist.
Laugh if you will, but I happen to be familiar with your record.
Let me point out just two items:
In 1935, you ran guns to Ethiopia.
In 1936, you fought in Spain on the Loyalist side.
And got well paid on both occasions.
The winning side would have paid you much better.
It seems you're determined to keep Laszlo here.
I have my orders.
I see. Gestapo spank.
My dear Rick, you overestimate the influence of the Gestapo.
I don't interfere with them, and they don't interfere with me.
In Casablanca, I am master of my fate.
-I am... -Major Strasser is here, sir.
-You were saying? -Excuse me.
Carl, see that Major Strasser gets a good table, close to the ladies.
I gave him the best, knowing he is German and would take it anyway .
Take him quietly . Two guards at every door.
-Everything is ready, sir. -Go ahead.
-Good evening, gentlemen. -Good evening, Captain.
-Won't you join us? -Thank you.
It's a pleasure to have you here, Major.
Champagne and a tin of caviar.
May I recommend Veuve Clicquot 26, a good French wine.
-A very interesting club. -Especially tonight, Major.
In a few minutes you'll see the arrest of the man who murdered your couriers.
I expected no less, Captain.
La partie continue.
-Will you come with us? -Certainly .
May I first cash my chips?
Very lucky, hmm? 2,000, please.
Rick! Help me!
-Don't be a fool. You can't get away . -But Rick, hide me, do something!
When they come to get me, Rick, I hope you'll be more of a help.
I stick my neck out for nobody .
I'm sorry there was a disturbance, folks, but it's all over now.
Just sit down and enjoy yourselves. All right, Sam.
Rick, this is Major Heinrich Strasser of the Third Reich.
-How do you do, Mr. Rick. -How do you do.
You already know Herr Heinz of the Third Reich.
Please join us, Mr. Rick.
We are very honoured tonight, Rick.
Major Strasser is one reason the Third Reich enjoys the reputation it has.
You repeat Third Reich as if you expected there to be others.
Personally, Major, I will take what comes.
Do you mind if I ask you a few questions?
-Unofficially, of course. -Make it official if you like.
-What is your nationality? -I'm a drunkard.
And that makes Rick a citizen of the world.
I was born in New York City, if that'll help you any .
I understand you came here from Paris at the time of the occupation.
There seems to be no secret about that.
Are you one of those people who can't imagine Germans in their beloved Paris?
It's not particularly my beloved Paris.
Can you imagine us in London?
When you get there, ask me.
How about New York?
There are sections of New York, Major, that I wouldn't advise you to invade.
-Who will win the war? -I haven't the slightest idea.
Rick is completely neutral about everything.
You were not always so carefully neutral. We have a complete dossier.
" Richard Blaine, American. Age: 37. Cannot return to his country ."
The reason is a little vague. We also know what you did in Paris.
And why you left Paris. Don't worry, we won't broadcast it.
Are my eyes really brown?
You will forgive my curiosity, Mr. Blaine.
The point is an enemy of the Reich has come to Casablanca...
...and we are checking up on anybody who can be of any help to us.
My interest in Victor Laszlo staying or going is purely a sporting one.
In this case you have no sympathy for the fox?
Not particularly . I understand the point of view of the hound too.
Victor Laszlo published the foulest lies in the Prague newspapers.
Even after we marched in, he continued the scandal sheets from a cellar.
Of course, one must admit he has great courage.
I admit he's very clever. 3 times he slipped through our fingers.
In Paris he continued his activities.
We intend not to let it happen again.
Excuse me, gentlemen. Your business is politics, mine is running a saloon.
Good evening, Mr. Blaine.
You see, Major? You have nothing to worry about Rick.
-I reserved a table. Victor Laszlo. -Yes, Monsieur Laszlo. This way .
Two cointreaux, please.
I saw no one of Ugarte's description.
Victor, I feel somehow we shouldn't stay here.
If we would walk out now it would only call attention to us.
Perhaps Ugarte is in some other part of the café.
Excuse me, you look like a couple on their way to America.
You'll find a market for this ring. I'm forced to sell it at a great loss.
-Thank you, but I don't think... -Perhaps for the lady .
The ring is unique.
Yes, I'm very interested.
What is your name?
Berger, Norwegian. At your service, sir.
I'll meet you in a few minutes at the bar.
I don't think we want to buy the ring, but thank you for showing it to us.
-Such a bargain. You're sure? -Yes. Sorry .
-Monsieur Laszlo, is it not? -Yes?
I am Captain Renault, préfect of police.
Yes, what is it you want?
To welcome you to Casablanca and wish you a pleasant stay .
It isn't often we have so distinguished a visitor.
Thank you. Forgive me, Captain.
The present French administration hasn't always be so cordial.
May I present Miss Lisa Lund.
I was informed you were the most beautiful women to visit Casablanca.
That was a gross understatement.
You're very kind.
-Won't you join us? -lf you'll permit me.
Emil, please. Your best champagne. And put it on my bill.
It's a game we play . They put it on the bill, I tear it up. Very convenient.
Captain, the boy who's playing the piano...
Somewhere I've seen him.
He came from Paris with Rick.
Who is he?
-You are in Rick's. Rick is... -Is what?
Mademoiselle, he's the kind of man, if I were a woman...
...and I weren't around, I should be in love with Rick.
But what a fool I am talking to a beautiful woman about another man.
Mademoiselle Lund and Monsieur Laszlo, may I present Major Strasser.
How do you do?
This is a pleasure I have looked forward to.
I'm sure you'll excuse me if I'm not gracious.
You see, Major Strasser, I am a Czechoslovakian.
You were a Czechoslovakian. Now you are a subject of the German Reich.
I have never accepted that privilege. And I'm now on French soil.
I'd like to discuss some matters arising from your presence on French soil.
This is hardly the time or place.
Then shall we say tomorrow at 10 in the préfect's office.
Captain, I am under your authority .
Is that your order?
Let us say it is my request. That is a much more pleasant word.
A very clever tactical retreat, Major.
-This time they really mean to stop me. -Victor, I’m afraid for you.
We've been in difficult places before, haven't we?
Alldonde las rosas crecen
El amor comenzó
Yfueron besos, dulces caricias
I must find out what Berger knows.
-Be careful. -I will. Don't worry .
Mr. Berger, could I see the ring again?
Champagne cocktail, please.
I recognize you from the news photographs, Monsieur Laszlo.
In a concentration camp, one is apt to lose a little weight.
We read 5 times that you were killed in 5 different places.
As you see, it was true every single time.
Thank heaven I found you, Berger.
I’m looking for a man named Ugarte. He's supposed to help me.
Ugarte cannot even help himself.
He's under arrest for murder.
He was arrested here tonight.
But we who are still free will do all we can. We are organized.
Underground, like everywhere else.
Tomorrow night there is a meeting at the Café du Roi.
If you will come...
Will you ask the piano player to come over here, please?
-How's the jewellery business, Berger? -Not so good. Check, please.
Too bad you weren't here earlier. We had a bit of excitement, right?
Yes. Excuse me, gentlemen.
-My bill. -No. Two champagne cocktails.
-Hello, Sam. -Hello, Miss Lisa.
I never expected to see you again.
It's been a long time.
Yes, ma'am. A lot of water under the bridge.
-Some of the old songs, Sam. -Yes, ma'am.
Where is Rick?
I don't know. I ain't seen him all night.
When will he be back?
Not tonight no more. He went home.
Does he always leave so early?
He never... He's got a girl up to the Blue Parrot.
Goes up there all the time.
You used to be a much better liar, Sam.
Leave him alone, Miss Lisa. You’re bad luck to him.
Play it once, Sam. For old time's sake.
I don't know what you mean, Miss Lisa.
Play it, Sam.
Play "As Time Goes By ."
I can't remember it, Miss Lisa. I’m a little rusty on it.
I'll hum it for you.
Sing it, Sam.
You must remember this
A kiss is just a kiss
A sigh is just a sigh
The fundamental things apply
As time goes by
And when two lovers woo
They still say I love you
On that you can rely
No matter what the future
Brings as time goes by
Sam, I thought I told you never to play...
You were asking about Rick, and here he is. May I present...
-Hello, Lisa. -Hello, Rick.
You've already met Rick? Then perhaps you also know...
This is Mr. Laszlo.
-How do you do. -How do you do.
One hears a great deal about Rick in Casablanca.
And about Victor Laszlo everywhere.
-Won't you join us for a drink? -Rick never...
Thanks, I will.
Well, a precedent is being broken. Emil.
Interesting café. I congratulate you.
-I congratulate you. -What for?
Thank you. I try .
We all try . You succeed.
She was asking about you earlier, Rick, in a way that made me very jealous.
I wasn't sure you were the same.
-Let's see, the last time we met... -Was La Belle Aurore.
How nice. You remembered.
But of course, that was the day the Germans marched into Paris.
Not an easy day to forget.
I remember every detail. The Germans wore grey, you wore blue.
Yes. I put that dress away .
When the Germans march out I'll wear it again.
You’re becoming quite human. I suppose we have you to thank for that.
Lisa, I don't wish to be the one to say it, but it's late.
So it is, and we have a curfew in Casablanca. The chief of police...
...shouldn't be caught drinking after hours.
-I hope we didn't overstay our welcome. -Not at all.
-Your check, sir. -My party .
Another precedent gone. This has been a very interesting evening.
I'll call you a cab.
-We'll come again. -Anytime.
-Say good night to Sam for me. -I will.
There's still nobody in the world who plays "As time Goes By " like Sam.
He hasn't played it in a long time.
A puzzling fellow, this Rick. What sort is he?
I really can't say, though I saw him quite often in Paris.
-Tomorrow at 10. -We'll be there.
-Ain't you going to bed? -Not right now.
Ain't you going to bed in the near future?
You ever going to bed?
I ain't sleepy, either.
Good, then have a drink.
-No, not me, boss. -Well then, don't have a drink.
Boss, let's get out of here.
No, sir. I’m waiting for a lady .
Please, boss, let's go. Ain't nothing but trouble for you here.
She's coming back. I know she's coming back.
We'll take the car and drive all night.
We'll get drunk, go fishing and stay away until she's gone.
-Shut up and go home, will you? -No, sir, I’m staying right here.
They grab Ugarte, then she walks in.
That's the way it goes. One in, one out.
-Sam. -Yes, boss.
If it's December, 194 1 in Casablanca, what time is it in New York?
My watch stopped.
I bet they’re asleep in New York.
I bet they’re asleep all over America.
Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world...
...she walks into mine.
-What's that You’re playing? -A little something of my own.
Well, stop it. You know what I want to hear.
You played it for her. You can play it for me.
-I don't remember... -lf she can stand it, I can.
Who are you really? And what were you before?
What did you do, and what did you think?
We said no questions.
Here's looking at you, kid.
A franc for your thoughts.
In America they'd bring only a penny .
I guess that's all they’re worth.
I’m willing to be overcharged.
Well, I was wondering...
Why I’m so lucky . Why I should find you waiting for me to come along.
Why there is no other man in my life?
That's easy . There was.
I’m sorry for asking.
I forgot we said no questions.
Only one answer can take care of all our questions.
Ici Stuttgart, Allemagne.
Français et parisiens: Vos troupes ont abandonné leurs positions.
Les allemands seront demain dans la capitale...
Nothing can stop them now. Wednesday, Thursday, they'll be in Paris.
Richard, with your record, you won't be safe here.
I’m on their blacklist already . Their roll of honour.
Hearts full of passion
Jealousy and hate
Woman needs man
And man must have his mate
That no one can deny
It's still the same old story
A fight for love and glory
A case of do or die
The world will always welcome lovers
As time goes by
Henri wants us to finish this bottle and three more.
He'll water his garden with champagne before he lets the Germans drink it.
This should take the sting out of being occupied, doesn't it?
You said it.
Here's looking at you, kid.
My German's a little rusty .
It's the Gestapo.
They expect to be in Paris tomorrow.
They’re telling us how to act when they march in.
With the whole world crumbling, we pick this time to fall in love.
It's pretty bad timing.
Where were you 10 years ago?
10 years ago?
Yes, I was having a brace put on my teeth. Where were you?
Looking for a job.
Was that cannon fire?
Or is it my heart pounding?
It's the German 77th, and judging by the sound, about 35 miles away .
And getting closer every minute.
Here, here, drink up.
We'll never finish the other 3.
Them Germans will be here soon, and they'll come looking for you.
Remember, there's a price on your head.
I left a note in my apartment. They'll know where to find me.
I know so very little about you.
I know little about you.
Except you had your teeth straightened.
Be serious, darling. You are in danger. You must leave Paris.
No, we must leave.
Yes, of course. We.
The train for Marseilles leaves at 5. I'll pick you up at your hotel at 4:30.
Not at my hotel. I...
...I have things to do in the city before I leave.
I'll meet you at the station.
All right, at a quarter to 5.
Say, why don't we get married in Marseilles?
That's too far ahead to plan.
Yes. I guess it is.
What about the engineer? Why can't he marry us on the train?
Why not? The captain on a ship can.
What's wrong, kid?
I love you so much.
And I hate this war so much.
It's a crazy world. Anything can happen.
If you shouldn't get away ...
If something should keep us apart...
...wherever they put you...
...and wherever I'll be, I want you to know that I...
Kiss me as if it were the last time.
Where is she? Have you seen her?
I can't find her. She checked out of the hotel.
But this note came just after you left.
That's the last call, Mr. Richard.
Do you hear me?
Come on, Mr. Richard. Let's get out of here. Come on.
Rick, I have to talk to you.
I saved my first drink to have with you. Here.
-No, Rick. Not tonight. -Especially tonight.
Why did you have to come to Casablanca? There are other places.
I wouldn't have come if I'd known you were here.
Believe me, Rick, it's true. I didn't know.
Funny, your voice hasn't changed. I can still hear it.
" Richard, dear, I'll go with you anyplace.
We'll get on a train and never stop."
I can understand how you feel.
You understand how I feel.
How long was it we had, honey?
-I didn't count the days. -Well, I did.
Every one of them.
Mostly I remember the last one.
The wild finish. A guy standing on a platform in the rain...
...with a comical look on his face...
...because his insides have been kicked out.
Can I tell you a story, Rick?
Does it got a wild finish?
I don't know the finish yet.
Go on, tell it. Maybe one'll come to you as you go along.
It's about a girl who had just come to Paris from her home in Oslo.
At the house of some friends...
...she met a man about whom she'd heard her whole life.
A very great and courageous man.
He opened up for her a whole beautiful world full of...
...knowledge and thoughts and ideals.
Everything she knew or ever became was because of him.
And she looked up to him and...
...with a feeling she supposed was love.
Yes, that's very pretty .
I heard a story once. In fact, I've heard a lot of stories in my time.
They went along with the sound of a tinny piano...
...playing in the parlor downstairs.
" Mister, I met a man once when I was a kid, " they'd always begin.
I guess neither of our stories is very funny .
...who was it you left me for?
Was it Laszlo, or were there others in between, or...
...aren't you the kind that tells?
I strongly suspect Ugarte left the letters of transit with Mr. Blaine.
I suggest you search the café immediately .
If Rick has the letters, he's too smart to let you find them there.
You give him credit for too much cleverness.
My impression was that he's just another blundering American.
We mustn't underestimate American blundering.
I was with them when they blundered into Berlin in 19 18.
As to Laszlo, we want him watched 2 4 hours a day .
It may interest you to know that at this very moment he's on his way here.
There is nothing we can do.
I’m delighted to see you both. Did you rest well?
I slept very well.
Strange, nobody's supposed to sleep well in Casablanca.
-May we proceed with the business? -With pleasure. Sit down.
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