Cats Meow The CD2
00:00:03:But Marion could never|leave the castle
00:00:06:'cause if she did she'd realize|she'd never really lived.
00:00:08:- Why are you doing this to me?|- Because we're meant to be.
00:00:11:- Just words...|- No, passion!
00:00:14:I don't mean|passion for... yachts
00:00:16:or gin or dope
00:00:18:or the goddamn Charleston!
00:00:20:I'm talking about...
00:00:22:I'm talking about...
00:00:32:Tom: Now that,
00:00:33:boy, that is|a thing of beauty, WR.
00:00:36:I tell you,|I may be married to Nell,
00:00:39:but boating is my secret love.
00:00:42:What? Oh, yes.|Secret love.
00:00:45:And this boat...
00:00:47:has always|made me happy. Calm.
00:00:49:My God,|it practically purrs!
00:00:52:When I come down here,|this sound calms me.
00:00:55:You're a civilized man, WR.
00:00:57:Why does that surprise you?
00:00:59:Tom: Because, you have the power|to act uncivilized.
00:01:02:You could overstep the rules,|but you don't.
00:01:05:Before I'd call you|a rich or a powerful man,
00:01:08:I'd simply call you decent.
00:01:10:- Thank you, Tom.|- I'm notjust saying that.
00:01:13:It's amazing to me|how civilized
00:01:16:you've been|behaving all weekend.
00:01:18:- I mean... considering.|- Considering what?
00:01:23:Well, it's clear...
00:01:25:Chaplin has designs on Marion.
00:01:29:the nerve of him|flirting so blatantly.
00:01:33:Everyone knows|what he's up to.
00:01:36:It must be so infuriating.
00:01:38:Yes, I have everything|under control.
00:01:40:- What do you mean "everyone"?|- What?
00:01:43:You just said "everyone" knows.|Who's everyone?
00:01:46:everyone on this boat|for example.
00:01:49:If someone|was coming after my Nell,
00:01:51:I don't know that|I'd be able to exercise such...
00:01:57:You always|have to keep control.
00:02:02:Otherwise you're|just like everybody else.
00:02:04:Dr. Goodman: Excuse me...
00:02:05:- Could I get into the library?|- Damn! I locked it!
00:02:09:Sorry about that, Dan.|I'll see you up top, Tom.
00:02:12:"Up Top, Tom," try to say|that three times fast.
00:02:22:Thanks for the weekend.
00:03:08:- Lolly: Thanks for playing with me.|- Don't mention it.
00:03:11:It really is|rather dull, isn't it?
00:03:13:- What is?|- Ping-pong.
00:03:15:- I thought you wanted to play.|- I did. I want to get better.
00:03:19:Anybody who's anybody|plays ping-pong.
00:03:22:It is rather dull. I only play|'cause I can beat Tom.
00:03:25:- Tom Ince?|- That's right.
00:03:27:Why should it matter|if you can beat Tom Ince?
00:03:29:Because Tom Ince is my lover.
00:03:33:That is fascinating.
00:03:35:I mean,|that is truly fascinating.
00:03:37:We only just met,
00:03:39:and yet you instinctively|feel like you can trust me.
00:03:44:You know something,|Margaret,
00:03:46:that's happened to me|all my life.
00:03:48:People feel|that they can confide
00:03:51:their deepest|darkest secrets in me.
00:03:53:Like you just did.
00:03:55:I hate to burst your bubble,|I would have told whoever
00:03:57:was on the other side|of that ping-pong table.
00:04:00:Yes, but how fortunate
00:04:02:that I just learned how|to play ping-pong
00:04:04:or else you might have told|the wrong person.
00:04:06:There are wrong people,|you know.
00:04:11:Yes, I know.
00:04:13:Don't worry,|your secret is safe with me.
00:04:22:¢Ü... I'm just wild about Tommy ¢Ü
00:04:26:¢Ü And Tommy's wild about me... ¢Ü
00:04:33:Bring it in!
00:04:35:Happy birthday, Tom!
00:04:40:Make a wish!
00:04:43:All right, here it goes.
00:04:48:(applause and cheering)
00:04:52:Would you take it to be cut?|Thank you.
00:04:56:All right, hold it down back there.|Hold it down.
00:04:59:I want to propose|a birthday toast
00:05:01:to my good friend|and cowboy creator,
00:05:04:- Thomas Harper Ince,|- (cheering)
00:05:06:one of the giants|of the motion picture industry.
00:05:10:Tojust give you an idea|of how big he is,
00:05:13:he's just made a proposal|that we merge our holdings
00:05:16:in the motion picture industry.
00:05:18:We haven't come|to an agreement yet,
00:05:20:but I can say, that he's one of|the most insightful and...
00:05:24:observant men|I've ever known.
00:05:28:Perhaps now's the time...
00:05:30:I hereby call this meeting|of the board of directors
00:05:32:- Officially over!|- Hearst: All right, all right.
00:05:36:Music, music!|Here's to Tom!
00:05:40:Thank you, WR.
00:05:42:You're too generous.
00:06:03:Now the real thing on everyone's|mind is whether or not
00:06:05:Willie will let us have|another glass of champagne?
00:06:09:Is that what's on everybody's mind?|A second glass of champagne?
00:06:12:Well, it's on my mind,|I can tell you that.
00:06:17:I do not ask much.
00:06:20:But the little I do ask I...
00:06:22:must be respected.
00:06:25:Hearst: I don't say this...
00:06:27:as a threat,
00:06:29:It's just a wish|I have as a man.
00:06:43:I'm a man|asking for people to...
00:06:45:behave according to my wishes...
00:06:50:on my boat.
00:06:51:Why is that|so difficult to understand?
00:07:25:Excuse me for one moment.
00:07:27:I'll be right back.
00:07:29:- Everything all right, Tom?|- Yeah. Damn ulcer. It'll pass.
00:07:38:Didi: Watch it, Charlie,
00:07:40:we're doing the tramp now.
00:08:08:I'm proud of you.
00:08:10:Proud of what?|I'm observant, I'm insightful
00:08:12:but I still|don't have a deal yet.
00:08:14:- Tom, for God's sake...|- You don't understand.
00:08:18:I need a firm decision from him|or this whole weekend is worthless.
00:08:22:- Let's dance, Georgie-Porgie.|- Certainly.
00:08:31:Ladies and gentlemen,
00:08:33:I give you Marion Davies,
00:08:36:The New Tramp.
00:09:27:I have to thank you again|for making this birthday so memorable.
00:09:31:Don't mention it.
00:09:32:Tom: I also want to thank you|for your kind words
00:09:35:about my business proposition.
00:09:37:I really think|we'd make a great team.
00:09:42:Partnerships of any kind|are based on two things,
00:09:50:If you had information to share|with me I'd trust you to do so.
00:09:54:That's why I think it best that|I bring something to your attention.
00:09:58:While you've been busy|being such a gracious host,
00:10:01:I've been keeping an eye|on another situation.
00:10:26:Thank you, Tom.
00:10:28:I needed to know.
00:10:32:I'll handle this matter.
00:10:41:Lolly:|You see what I want,
00:10:43:I want Mr. Hearst to listen to me|but I don't want to be rude.
00:10:46:You'll get nowhere with WR|by behaving politely.
00:10:50:Good manners are|for waiters and doormen.
00:10:52:Writers and artists are exonerated|from such impractical behavior.
00:10:59:Best to avert your eyes, dear.
00:11:03:But what about the baby, Charlie?
00:11:05:Willie'll turn the lead|into the biggest scandal.
00:11:08:The press knows already.|There hasn't been a scandal yet.
00:11:10:It'll be a scandal|if you don't marry her.
00:11:12:Or worse, if you run off|with some gorgeous blonde.
00:11:15:They'll rip you to pieces.
00:11:18:You'll look so pretty|while you're digging my grave.
00:11:50:- (knocking)|- Come in.
00:11:53:I did it.
00:11:55:I got to Hearst.
00:11:58:You didn't get him just yet.
00:12:01:I've taken care of any worries|the old man might have.
00:12:03:I'm glad someone's worries|have been taken care of.
00:12:06:Oh, come on, honey.|I mean...
00:12:09:I'm feeling good right now.
00:12:11:Don't spoil it for me, okay?
00:12:13:I wouldn't want|to spoil anything.
00:12:15:I'm having the best time,
00:12:17:playing ping-pong|with Lolly Parsons
00:12:19:and hanging around for those|moments you want to screw!
00:12:23:I'm sorry that in the middle of|trying to save my professional life
00:12:26:I wasn't able to give|your acting career a boost.
00:12:29:Margaret: This isn't about|my acting career, God damn you!
00:12:31:This is about us!
00:12:34:I... really don't have|time for this.
00:12:37:I want out.
00:12:41:- No, not again. This is it.|- I'm liable to take you seriously.
00:12:44:Really?|That would be the first time.
00:12:50:I can see that you're in no mood|to discuss this rationally so,
00:12:54:I'll take a walk on deck,|let you calm down.
00:12:57:But, if you still want out,
00:13:00:please have the decency|to be discreet.
00:13:02:Why, I'm the very flower|of decency.
00:13:11:Here's your|goddamn birthday present!
00:13:14:(music box plays faintly)
00:13:29:Shut the hell up!
00:14:10:We've got to say the hell|with the press and Lita and Willie
00:14:13:- 'cause we believe in us.|- Charlie...
00:14:16:I know, I know.|Time, time...
00:14:17:My mother always said,|"Romantic love fades.
00:14:20:Marry for sympathy|and friendship."
00:14:22:But you're not married.
00:14:43:Maybe Marion's awake.
00:15:11:I loved Willie...|or I still love him.
00:15:13:- You gotta think about us now.|- Hey, have faith in me, okay?
00:15:16:I have faith.|What do you think about this?
00:15:18:"The Gold Rush," starring|Charlie Chaplin and Marion Davies.
00:15:22:- What?!|- I gotta replace Lita.
00:15:25:- So, I'm your second choice?|- You would've been my first if...
00:15:28:If I had slept with you sooner.
00:15:40:We were good tonight.
00:15:43:Well, I was good.
00:15:45:I was better.
00:16:08:Oh my God!
00:16:21:- Tom. It's you.|- Who were you expecting?
00:16:23:No one.|I... had a chill for a moment.
00:16:30:Can I be frank with you?
00:16:35:If I'm going to be|overseeing your pictures,
00:16:37:I need for us to come to terms|about a few things.
00:16:40:Things that are...
00:16:47:Like you and...
00:17:00:And I'd be the first to admit|that I had my share of indiscretions.
00:17:06:But I need|to know the truth
00:17:08:in order to balance|your needs with...
00:17:10:with those of WR.
00:17:22:He will find out, you know.
00:17:26:And when he does, I'd rather be|someone who can help you.
00:17:31:How do I look?|Silly, right?
00:17:47:Charlie had certain feelings for me.
00:17:51:But I've convinced him|that it's useless to pursue me.
00:18:04:Marion:|He says he loves me.
00:18:06:But there was never any love.
00:18:08:At least not from my side|there wasn't.
00:18:10:I don't love him.|I never have.
00:18:13:So... that's it.
00:18:18:That's really all there is.
00:18:43:What? Be quiet!!
00:18:59:Oh my God, Willie,|what the hell did you do?
00:19:30:I'll be right there.
00:19:43:- What?!|- Marion: Hurry! Please!
00:19:45:Oh, Christ's sake!
00:20:12:I didn't mean to do it.
00:20:15:It was an accident.
00:20:41:Oh, for God's sake!
00:20:44:Dr. Goodman: Joe.
00:20:45:Shut her up.
00:20:58:- Is he dead?|- Dr. Goodman: No.
00:21:02:It's okay, Lolly.|It's all right.
00:21:09:Shh... it's okay.
00:21:13:Come on,|let's get you to your room.
00:21:17:We've got to get him|to some real facilities.
00:21:19:Where's the closest port?
00:21:21:Chief?|Where's the closest port?
00:21:26:It must be San Diego.
00:21:29:Come on, Pops,|let's stand up.
00:21:36:Marion:|Here, let's go this way.
00:21:50:- That was Tom.|- Willie.
00:21:52:That was Tom.
00:21:54:Look at me.
00:21:55:- Huh? What?|- You've got to be strong.
00:22:02:Why did you say...
00:22:04:there was never any love?
00:22:11:That wasn't about you.
00:22:17:I was talking about Charlie.
00:22:20:Is that true?
00:22:22:Yes! That's who|I was talking about.
00:22:30:you are my...
00:22:32:my whole...|whole world!
00:22:49:Is he gonna die?
00:22:51:- Maybe.|- God help us.
00:22:54:- God is who we work for.|- Then God's in trouble.
00:22:57:Come on, who do you think|got Coolidge elected President?
00:23:00:It's just Tom Ince|lying here, right?
00:23:03:- Who knows Tom Ince?|- Just a guy, I guess.
00:23:06:Less than that.
00:23:10:if we move him,|what are his chances?
00:23:13:It's hard to say, WR,
00:23:15:there doesn't seem|to be an exit wound.
00:23:19:The bullet's in his brain|and he's still alive?
00:23:21:It's not uncommon.|Lincoln didn't die right away.
00:23:25:If they'd known more about bullets|and brains he might've survived.
00:23:28:- We know any surgeons in San Diego?|- Nobody we can trust.
00:23:31:I'd rather get a private ambulance|from Los Angeles and treat him up there.
00:23:35:Then get cars for the others|two hours later. No sooner, Joe.
00:23:38:Hearst:|Lincoln was overrated.
00:23:40:Let's move Tom now so we can|get him off the boat fast.
00:23:43:- Your cabin would be best.|- All right.
00:23:45:I think he's trying|to say something.
00:23:49:why don't you take Marion|to her cabin and...
00:23:52:you give her these.
00:23:54:It'll help her sleep.
00:23:56:You can handle that?
00:23:58:Of course I can.|I'm not a child!
00:24:00:Tom's gonna be all right.|Aren't you, Tom?
00:24:23:Is everything all right?|I thought I heard noises.
00:24:26:Everything's fine, George.|Go to sleep.
00:24:39:l... I'm sorry...
00:24:46:I feel so...
00:24:48:He's gonna live.
00:24:50:I know it.
00:24:53:Hearst:|Dr. Goodman told me.
00:24:55:He said that...
00:24:58:Abraham Lincoln was...|never mind that.
00:25:05:You have to take these.
00:25:32:- Grab him!|- I got him.
00:25:36:Yes?|Is someone there?
00:25:39:It's just Dr. Goodman...
00:25:41:(music playing)|(faint chatter)
00:25:44:Dr. Goodman:|...sorry to wake you.
00:25:46:That's all right.
00:26:23:- All right.|- Joseph: Okay.
00:26:27:I'll get things started.
00:28:52:- WR?|- Hmm?
00:28:55:Hearst:|Joe, yes, yes.
00:29:05:Dr. Goodman: Be careful,|just lift him very gently.
00:29:12:Be careful.|Watch his head.
00:29:17:Hearst: What the hell?!
00:29:18:I thought we said the cars|wouldn't be here for two hours.
00:29:22:I don't know|what he's doing here so soon.
00:29:25:- Hearst: He's not one of mine.|- Joseph: I called Chaplin's driver.
00:29:28:- God damn it, Joe!|- He always insists on his own man.
00:29:32:I didn't want to arouse|any more suspicion than necessary.
00:29:38:Hearst: Oh no.|No suspicion at all!
00:29:52:Woman's voice:|Hello? Hello?
00:29:54:Nell? WR Hearst here.
00:29:57:Nell:|Mr. Hearst, how are you?
00:29:59:- I'm fine, Nell.|- I'm glad to hear it.
00:30:01:Unfortunately, Tom's had|an accident. A bad one.
00:30:04:Nell:|Oh dear God! What happened?
00:30:06:- Nell,|- Yes?
00:30:08:I don't know to tell you this,|except to start by saying that
00:30:12:Tom's been very depressed|about his business lately.
00:30:15:Nell: I know.
00:30:17:Well, I hate to be|the one to tell you,
00:30:20:- He's been unfaithful.|- What do you mean?!
00:30:22:Just let me get there,|will you?
00:30:27:he's taken to her|very strongly,
00:30:29:and to the best of my knowledge...|she tried to end it.
00:30:33:Nell: Please, tell me|what's happened to Tom.
00:30:37:well, God-save-'im,|he shot himself.
00:30:39:Huh? Shot himself?
00:30:40:Nell, he's alive,
00:30:43:and he's getting|the best of care.
00:30:45:Our Dr. Goodman|is escorting him to your home
00:30:48:by private ambulance.
00:30:54:Nell: I'm here.
00:30:57:Give me the name of his|private physician. Can you do that?
00:31:00:Nell:|Yes. It's Dr. Glasgow...
00:31:04:Ira Glasgow in...
00:31:07:By God, Nell, I'll make sure|none of this gets in the papers.
00:31:10:- Nell: Oh my God, you have to!|- I just said I would, Nell.
00:31:15:you've got to remain strong|and silent,
00:31:18:and wait for Dr. Glasgow.
00:31:20:We'll have him there|any time now.
00:31:23:Nell: I'll wait for the doctor...|bless you, Mr. Hearst.
00:31:25:No one will ever find out.
00:31:28:I value Tom's friendship|too much for that.
00:31:31:- Sorry, what did you say?|- His friendship, Nell!!
00:31:34:- Of course...|- We...
00:31:35:we're telling everyone|that it's his stomach.
00:31:39:- His ulcers.|- Ulcers, yes.
00:31:42:I know this is hard,
00:31:44:but I've got to hang up now|and call Dr. Glasgow.
00:31:47:- You just sit and wait.|- Just sit and wait...
00:31:50:- Goodbye, Nell.|- Tom. Poor Tom...
00:32:35:Good morning, Chief.
00:32:37:You seem well rested.
00:32:42:whatever Dr. Goodman gave me
00:32:44:put me right to sleep,|thank goodness.
00:32:49:I'm so glad.
00:32:53:It was a tragic accident,|Mr. Hearst.
00:33:00:these things do happen,|as they say.
00:33:03:It's nobody's fault, really,|when you consider all sides.
00:33:08:You're very good at that,|considering all sides.
00:33:11:You meet so few people|capable of considering all sides.
00:33:16:It's a goddamn gift.
00:33:21:I must confess, and...
00:33:24:I know I've been|a bit obvious but l...
00:33:26:you have a second to talk?
00:33:28:I have two|and one half minutes.
00:33:34:Well, I was gonna break one of|your golden rules this weekend
00:33:38:by mixing|business with pleasure.
00:33:40:I was going to ask you|about expanding my syndication
00:33:43:with a more prominent by-line.
00:33:45:Why didn't you say something?|I'm sure we can arrange...
00:33:48:I was going to say something|but then I started thinking,
00:33:52:and the only way I can have|a real effect on the readers
00:33:55:and the community that|I'm covering,
00:33:57:is if I have time.
00:33:59:Lots of time,
00:34:03:I agree with you, 1 00%.
00:34:06:I'll have the office draw up...|an eight-year contract.
00:34:10:WR, now really.
00:34:12:Eight years won't do|either of us any good.
00:34:16:We're at the point|in our careers
00:34:18:where we need security.
00:34:23:Security from whom?
00:34:26:The wrong people.
00:34:29:There are wrong people,|you know.
00:34:35:I'm willing to devote my life|to Hearst newspapers.
00:34:39:But I need to know|here and now
00:34:42:that you're willing|to grant me the life I want.
00:34:46:You give me my security...
00:34:48:and I'll give you yours, WR.
00:34:53:For a lifetime.
00:35:04:Is that a question
00:35:07:or an answer, WR?
00:35:20:I swear I heard a shot.
00:35:22:Celia: Some people|will say anything to get attention.
00:35:27:I heard noises all night.|But not a gunshot.
00:35:29:The only shot Didi was close to|had whiskey in it.
00:35:35:Be quiet,|I know what I heard.
00:35:37:- George: I heard noises too.|- Margaret: Have you seen Tom?
00:35:41:Barham: Why have we stopped?|Where are we?
00:35:43:Waiter:|We're in San Diego, sir.
00:35:45:But I don't know the plan.|We weren't scheduled to stop here.
00:35:48:Barham: I'm aware of that.
00:35:50:Elinor: Perhaps he's|taken up shooting fish.
00:36:03:It's just me.
00:36:05:- I love you.|- Is he all right?
00:36:07:He's gonna be fine.|Everything is.
00:36:10:Now you go back to sleep.
00:36:22:What brings you to San Diego?
00:36:24:They told me change in plans.
00:36:26:- Who told you?|- Mr. Hearst's office.
00:36:28:- Has anybody left yet?|- Just the doctor and the injured man.
00:36:31:- Injured?|- There were bandages on his head.
00:36:34:- There was blood.|- What man?
00:36:36:I don't know. For a minute|I thought he was you.
00:36:39:- Was he conscious?|- Not to my eyes.
00:36:54:...Or WR shot an albatross|for our breakfast!
00:36:56:Hearst: You know it's bad luck|to shoot an albatross.
00:36:59:- Good morning, Charlie.|- Good morning.
00:37:01:- All: Good morning.|- Unfortunately, I have bad news.
00:37:04:Tom Ince took ill last night|and decided to leave early.
00:37:07:- What was wrong with him?|- He said his ulcers were acting up.
00:37:11:- Why didn't anyone call me?|- Hell, we wanted to,
00:37:13:but Tom said|not to bother you.
00:37:15:He's fine.|Dr. Goodman is taking him home.
00:37:18:Where's Marion and Lolly?
00:37:20:Ah... they looked after Tom|during his difficulties.
00:37:23:You know,|Lolly has an ulcer herself.
00:37:25:They were up half the night.|They're both still resting.
00:37:32:given the delay,
00:37:33:means that we have to cut|ourjourney short here in San Diego.
00:37:36:- You're kidding.|- All: Oh, no.
00:37:39:Don't worry,|I've already got cars for everyone.
00:37:41:Didi: We must go up|and visit the birthday boy.
00:37:44:Hearst: That's a splendid idea.
00:37:46:However, there is one thing|I want to ask you,
00:37:50:and I can't say this|with enough seriousness.
00:37:56:To our eyes,|Tom Ince left this boat
00:37:59:with a bout of angry ulcers.
00:38:02:But I can't begin to imagine|what the press is going to make up.
00:38:05:Wild birthday party,|illegal alcohol, orgies...
00:38:10:Reputations are...|so fragile.
00:38:15:They'll link|Tom's innocent ulcers
00:38:17:to every secret|everyone of us ever kept.
00:38:21:And drag us all down.
00:38:25:I'm asking you tojoin me
00:38:29:in an oath of silence.
00:38:31:Just a little one.
00:38:33:You were asleep,|you left early,
00:38:36:any excuse you like.
00:38:38:But you do not know
00:38:39:what happened to Tom Ince|aboard this boat.
00:38:45:I would love|to take an oath... any oath.
00:38:47:Me too!|Let's make it in blood.
00:38:51:Rather dramatic, WR,|but I'll take an oath to that.
00:38:54:- Barham: Of course, why not?|- Hearst: Good. Thank you all.
00:39:13:Are you all right?
00:39:16:What the hell|is going on here?
00:39:20:I'm sure I speak for Tom when I say|thank you all for coming
00:39:23:and making his birthday|such a memorable event.
00:39:26:Why don't we all pack|and meet on deck in an hour?
00:39:33:Did all this happen|before or after I saw you?
00:39:36:Saw me? When?
00:39:38:Last night, in the corridor.
00:39:40:You didn't see me, Tom.
00:39:42:It's George, and...
00:39:44:All you have to do is get|in that limousine and go home.
00:39:51:But he doesn't|even look like me!
00:39:53:He... he... put on your hat,|it was dark...
00:40:06:Excuse me, Mr. Hearst.|Are you sure Tom's all right?
00:40:09:He's just fine.
00:40:10:Everybody is talking about noises...
00:40:15:I haven't had the chance to tell you|you're quite a fine actress.
00:40:18:Thank you, but if Tom|wasn't feeling well...
00:40:21:Please, don't worry,|he's getting the best of care.
00:40:24:We need to meet at the studio.|God, you're good!
00:40:27:I saw that picture that you did|and you played the... uh...
00:40:30:the lovely young woman,|what was it called?
00:40:33:Oh, I can't remember the title,|but you were splendid.
00:40:36:What about next week?|Friday? How's that?
00:40:42:I... I want you to know
00:40:44:that Tom spoke|very lovingly about you
00:40:47:and he wanted you|to know that
00:40:48:he's very sorry|about what happened.
00:40:51:Why wasn't I awakened?|Didn't he want me to accompany him?
00:40:56:Child, you're his mistress.
00:40:59:You can't accompany him home
00:41:01:to greet his wife and children.
00:41:04:I'll see you Friday.
00:41:14:What are you waiting for?|Let's get off this bloody boat!
00:41:22:- You have things to do.|- I just bet he does.
00:41:33:Okay, WR, here I am.
00:41:36:Easier to hit than a seagull.
00:41:44:You left this in his room.
00:41:55:There's something|for your scrapbook, Charlie.
00:42:04:I sure as hell didn't get|Tom Ince's blood on it!
00:42:07:You two are the reason|for that blood!
00:42:09:Charlie: Haven't you|any sense of responsibility?
00:42:12:Did I pull the trigger|or shoot him in the head?!
00:42:14:That version of events|can be arranged, Charlie.
00:42:17:I can produce three witnesses|on this boat alone.
00:42:21:You see?|It's better for everyone
00:42:23:if Tom Ince|had an ulcerous attack.
00:42:26:And you, Marion?|Better for you?
00:42:27:Hearst: Only Marion|knows what's best for her.
00:42:29:As long as it agrees|with her master's voice.
00:42:33:All I want|is to see Marion happy.
00:42:37:That's what I devoted my life to|for the past seven years.
00:42:41:And all the years|I've got left.
00:42:44:Can you promise that, Charlie?
00:42:47:If he can, Marion,
00:42:49:and if you can believe him...
00:43:00:Good luck to both of you.
00:43:14:For how long?
00:43:17:For now, forever,|for as long as you want!
00:43:20:For as long as you want.
00:43:22:You're not telling me|that this...
00:43:24:attempted murder has|rekindled your love for Willie?
00:43:31:Just leave, Charlie.
00:43:38:Leave with me.
00:43:49:I love you.
00:44:02:Old goat's really got you,|hasn't he?
00:44:06:I've got me.
00:45:55:I am not here.
00:46:00:Elinor's voice: Like others with|tiny bullets hiding in their skulls,
00:46:03:Thomas Ince held on|unconscious for two days
00:46:06:before dying in his own bed.
00:46:09:There was plenty of misinformation|in the days following his death,
00:46:12:much of it coming straight|from the Hearst press machine,
00:46:15:which inexplicably reported|that Ince was "stricken unconscious"
00:46:20:while visiting Hearst|at his upstate ranch!
00:46:23:Three weeks later,|the San Diego District Attorney
00:46:26:conducted an obligatory|investigation and was,
00:46:30:"satisfied that the death|of Thomas H. Ince
00:46:33:was caused by heart failure|as a result of acute indigestion."
00:46:37:He did not examine the body because|Ince had been cremated immediately,
00:46:41:and except for Dr. Goodman,
00:46:43:no member of the boating party|was ever questioned,
00:46:48:The San Diego DA suggested
00:46:50:that the Los Angeles office|continue the investigation.
00:46:53:They politely declined.
00:46:55:(crowd calling, "Charlie!")
00:47:21:Charlie, what are you doing,|you dope?
00:47:22:Don't you have a ride?
00:47:27:I wanted to see you.
00:47:29:Here I am.
00:47:52:I move to Mexico|in a couple of days.
00:47:58:Another try|at the old marriage game.
00:48:02:How bad can it be?
00:48:07:Come on, Charlie.
00:48:16:And go where?
00:48:21:I've got arrangements to make,
00:48:23:avoiding the press|and that kind of fun stuff.
00:48:29:Come on, I'm not as pathetic|as all that, am I?
00:48:50:I'll send you a postcard.
00:48:52:"Love and Kisses|from me and the missus."
00:49:22:Elinor's voice: To this day,
00:49:24:no two accounts of that|weekend cruise are the same,
00:49:27:including who, in fact,|was on the boat.
00:49:29:There are no logs, you see,|no records or photographs of any kind.
00:49:34:And not a single person involved|wrote or spoke about that weekend...
00:49:38:that is... until significantly|after the old man's death,
00:49:41:and even then only in riddles.
00:49:45:Soon after Tom's death,|Margaret Livingston's salary
00:49:48:inexplicably jumped from $300|to $1,000 dollars a week.
00:49:52:Eventually, she retired to manage|her husband, Paul Whiteman,
00:49:56:the bandleader who popularized|the Charleston.
00:50:00:Lolly got her lifetime contract,
00:50:03:and for the next 30 years,
00:50:05:became the most powerful and feared|gossip columnist in America.
00:50:09:Three days after Tom's funeral,|Charlie married Lita Grey in Mexico.
00:50:14:It lasted two years.
00:50:16:He did, however,|recast her role in "The Gold Rush,"
00:50:19:and re-shoot all her scenes.
00:50:21:Despite costing a small fortune,|the picture was a smashing success.
00:50:27:It took three more years for WR|to let Marion do a full-fledged comedy.
00:50:32:As Charlie predicted,|she triumphed.
00:50:35:She retired in 193 7,|but stayed by Hearst's side
00:50:39:until his death|at the age of 88.
00:50:44:I've had|a recurring dream recently...
00:50:47:I'm back on the Oneida,
00:50:49:having a glorious time.
00:51:17:But I'm watching how ridiculous|everyone else looks
00:51:21:and I wonder why|they don't realize it.
00:51:25:Then I see that, in fact,|I too look like a fool.
00:51:30:Yet, it's so much fun...
00:51:31:that none of us can stop.
00:51:35:If we stopped...
00:51:37:we'd have nothing.
00:51:43:Come on, everybody!
00:52:31:¢Ü After you've gone ¢Ü
00:52:33:¢Ü And left me crying ¢Ü
00:52:36:¢Ü After you've gone ¢Ü
00:52:39:¢Ü There's no denying ¢Ü
00:52:41:¢Ü You'll feel blue ¢Ü
00:52:44:¢Ü You'll feel sad ¢Ü
00:52:48:¢Ü You'll miss the dearest pal|you've ever had ¢Ü
00:52:53:¢Ü There'll come a time ¢Ü
00:52:55:¢Ü Now, don't forget it ¢Ü
00:52:58:¢Ü There'll come a time ¢Ü
00:53:01:¢Ü When you'll regret it ¢Ü
00:53:03:¢Ü Some day when you grow lonely ¢Ü
00:53:09:¢Ü Your heart will break like mine|and you'll want me only ¢Ü
00:53:14:¢Ü After you've gone ¢Ü
00:53:17:¢Ü After you've gone away ¢Ü
00:54:07:¢Ü After you've gone ¢Ü
00:54:10:¢Ü And left me crying ¢Ü
00:54:12:¢Ü After you've gone ¢Ü
00:54:15:¢Ü There's no denying ¢Ü
00:54:17:¢Ü You'll feel blue ¢Ü
00:54:19:¢Ü You'll feel sad ¢Ü
00:54:22:¢Ü You'll miss the dearest pal|you've ever had ¢Ü
00:54:26:¢Ü There'll come a time ¢Ü
00:54:29:¢Ü Now, don't forget it ¢Ü
00:54:31:¢Ü There'll come a time ¢Ü
00:54:34:¢Ü When you'll regret it ¢Ü
00:54:36:¢Ü Some day when you grow lonely ¢Ü
00:54:41:¢Ü Your heart will break like mine|and you'll want me only ¢Ü
00:54:46:¢Ü After you've gone ¢Ü
00:54:49:¢Ü After you've gone ¢Ü
00:54:51:¢Ü A-way. ¢Ü
00:55:05:¢Ü California ¢Ü
00:55:07:¢Ü Here I come ¢Ü
00:55:09:¢Ü Right back where ¢Ü
00:55:11:¢Ü I started from ¢Ü
00:55:12:¢Ü Where bowers of flowers ¢Ü
00:55:14:¢Ü Bloom in the spring ¢Ü
00:55:16:¢Ü Each morning at dawning ¢Ü
00:55:18:¢Ü Birdies sing and everything ¢Ü
00:55:20:¢Ü A sunkist miss said ¢Ü
00:55:22:¢Ü Don't be late ¢Ü
00:55:24:¢Ü That's why I can hardly wait ¢Ü
00:55:27:¢Ü Open up that Golden Gate ¢Ü
00:55:31:¢Ü California ¢Ü
00:55:33:¢Ü Here I come ¢Ü
00:56:08:¢Ü California ¢Ü
00:56:09:¢Ü Here I come, yeah! ¢Ü
00:56:13:¢Ü Right back where ¢Ü
00:56:14:¢Ü I started from ¢Ü
00:56:17:¢Ü Where bowers of flowers ¢Ü
00:56:20:¢Ü Bloom in the spring ¢Ü
00:56:22:¢Ü Each morning at dawning ¢Ü
00:56:24:¢Ü Birdies sing and everything ¢Ü
00:56:27:¢Ü A sunkist miss said ¢Ü
00:56:29:¢Ü Don't be late, ah! ¢Ü
00:56:32:¢Ü That's why I can hardly wait ¢Ü
00:56:35:¢Ü Come on! Come on! ¢Ü
00:56:37:¢Ü Open up, open up, open up! ¢Ü
00:56:39:¢Ü That Golden Gate ¢Ü
00:56:41:¢Ü California ¢Ü
00:56:43:¢Ü Here I... ¢Ü
00:56:45:¢Ü Come. ¢Ü
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