Emperor Waltz The 1948
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Hello, Countess.[br]How did you get here?
Through the window.[br]Forgot to mail me[br]my invitation.
- I said go away.[br]- And I said no.
What do you want now?[br]I had to see you[br]just once more.
I have nothing to say to you.[br] don't want you[br]to say anything.
I want you to listen.[br]Can't we go somewhere[br]and talk?
I hate you,[br]loathe you, despise you.
You didn't always.[br]There was a time you loved me.
Wasn't there, Countess?[br]Swine.
The Emperor will have[br]them shot, both of them![br]Let me see.
That the lenses[br]of these opera glasses[br]don't crack for shame.
Isn't that the daughter[br]of Baron Holenia?
Yes. Johanna Augusta[br]Franziska, Countess[br]von Stolzenberg-Stolzenberg,
disgracing every syllable[br]ofher name.[br]But who is he?
That's the man,[br]that's the one.[br]That's the who?
The man. Haven't you heard?[br]Where have you been?
In a mud bath in Bad Nauheim,[br]trying to cure my poor heart.
I'd forgotten.[br]It's nothing.[br]Don't stop now.
Very well, you've asked for it.[br]It's a love affair that has[br]rocked Vienna for four months.
Who is he?[br]The most vulgar, impossible,[br]obnoxious, ill-mannered...
In one word,[br]an American.[br]No!
Yes. And low[br]even among Americans.
He's what they call[br]a traveling salesman.
A traveling salesman[br]and a baron's daughter.
You heard about the attempt[br]on the Emperor's life?[br]That's the man.
Mercy![br]He swindled an appointment[br]with His Majesty...
by presenting himself[br]as a great potentate.
Later, it transpired he was[br]a very minor potentate...
in an American organization[br]known as the Shriners.
I remember the day he came[br]to the palace with his[br]nasty little dog...
and a mysterious,[br]sinister black box.
Do you know what was[br]in that box?
How are you today?
Will you follow me,[br]please?[br]Mm-hmm.
Here, Buttons.[br]Stop chewing that gum.
Here, give it to me.[br]Come here.
[Barking, Whining][br]Scheherazade, please.[br]Remember your manners.
And do stop fidgeting[br]with your moustache.[br]I'm not nervous.
I know perfectly well[br]why the Emperor[br]has summoned us.
So do I. He's found out[br]You belong in jail.
You're talking to your father.[br]That's what's so depressing.[br]My own father, a scoundrel.
Mortgaging the mortgage[br]on our castle which was[br]already mortgaged.
How was I to know?[br]I'm not a businessman:[br]I'm a general.
Then taking the money and[br]gambling it away in a night.[br]The cards were marked.
Two duels already this season,[br]named as corespondent in the[br]divorce of some pastry baker,
sued by a young lady in[br]the chorus at the opera...
because you promised her[br]the lead in Aida.
The little fool.
I'm not the director[br]of the opera, I'm a general.
As I was trying to say[br]16 insults ago,
I don't believe[br]the Emperor summoned us[br]on account of me at all.
He summoned us[br]on account of you.
Me? What have I done?[br] have an idea someone has[br]expressed an interest in you...
and the Emperor wants[br]to arrange a marriage.
Oh, nonsense. His Majesty[br]knows I'm still in mourning.
Two years of mourning[br]for a husband you[br]couldn't endure is enough.
Yes, I see a highly satisfactory[br]new marriage.
Some member of the Belgian[br]diplomatic corps,
or perhaps[br]a Russian duke.
I like Russians, don't you?[br]Money just oozes from them.
And, dear Papa,[br]You could always[br]mortgage the Kremlin.
His Excellency[br]the General Baron Holenia...
and the Countess[br]von Stolzenberg-Stolzenberg.
Oh, Baron Holenia.[br][Coughs]
My dearJohanna.[br]Oh, get up.
Sorry I can't kiss your hand.[br][Coughs][br]Bad cold.
And how is[br]Scheherazade?
You're wearing new perfume,[br]aren't you?
Even I can smell it[br]with my stuffed up nose.
Oh, sit down, do.[br][Coughs]
Louis, come on.[br]Say hello to Scheherazade.
Why do they always[br]pick a damp day for me[br]to inaugurate a bridge...
or open a horticultural[br]exhibition, or...
Oh, well. Mustn't grumble.[br]It's the hazard[br]of the profession.
If I may be permitted[br]a suggestion,
has Your Majesty tried[br]pine needles in boiling water,
inhaling the vapor[br]under a towel?
Pine needles?[br]Certainly not.
Shouldn't want[br]my whiskers to smell[br]like old Christmas trees.
[Coughing, Sniffling][br]Has, uh, anything[br]particular come up lately?
You ask that?[br]Look at my desk.
Reports, complaints,[br]unforgivable stupidities,
Go on,[br]look at them.
I'd rather not,[br]Your Majesty.
I don't blame you.[br][Coughing]
Now, do you know why[br]I summoned you here today?
Yes. I mean, no.[br]I mean...
We have rather[br]an inkling, Your Majesty.
Then what are you looking[br]so gloomy about? Don't you[br]approve of the alliance?
Do you or don't you know[br]what 'm talking about?
Yes. I mean, no.[br]I mean...
We have rather[br]an inkling, Your Majesty.
This match[br]means a great deal to me.
I've given it infinite thought.[br]I've looked up the blood lines[br]on both sides.
Fine, fine. One couldn't[br]ask for better.[br]Thank you, Your Majesty.
I broughtJohanna up to realize[br]that blood comes first.
What pleases me most,[br]both lines are very prolific.
Oh, little embarrassing[br]to talk about this.[br]Not at all, Your Majesty.
I anticipate[br]superb offspring.
And I'm going to be[br]a little greedy about them.
Greedy?[br]Well, I'm a lonely man.
I've lost my wife,[br]my son.
It'll warm my heart[br]to see the little things[br]crawling around.
A great honor.[br]If there are five, I want three.[br]Is that exorbitant?
Your Majesty![br]Don't be picayune, if it will[br]give the Emperor any happiness.
As for the bridegroom,[br]Yes, Your Majesty.
I think the union should be[br]brought about as quickly[br]as possible.
Of course, Your Majesty.[br]Spry as he is, he's[br]a rather elderly gentleman.
How old, Your Majesty.[br]Twelve.
Twelve![br]Johanna, what possible[br]import... Twelve?
Not quite. He will be[br]on the seventh of September.
I suggest that the nuptials[br]take place in my kennels.
Kennels? With all[br]that barking going on?[br]We're talking about the poodles.
His Majesty's dog is asking[br]for the paw of Scheherazade.
Ohhh. Of course.[br]I'm no fool.
Scheherazade, did you hear[br]of your engagement?[br]What do you say?
How about[br]a piece of sugar?[br][Barking Continues]
I'd love it.
Buttons,[br]come here, come here.[br]Pull yourself together.
You'll spoil the sale for me.[br]You want to eat, don't you?
Must have wound[br]the mainspring too tight.
[Chuckles][br]It's not supposed to do that[br]'til I pull the switch.
There's a plot on the life[br]of the Emperor. A time bomb![br]That black box!
What's the matter?
Oh, I guess you'd[br]like to know what this is.
I'm not telling.[br]I'm gonna work it[br]on the Emperor first.
What a bang he's[br]gonna get out of it.[br]This is gonna kill him!
Ho-ho! Am I laughing?[br]Got a match? Here we are.
He'll be in sections.[br]This is gonna kill him.
You'll pardon my intrusion,[br]Your Majesty.
Will Your Majesty please[br]make all the haste possible?
What is it now?[br]A precautionary measure,[br]Your Majesty.
There seems to be[br]an assassin.[br]Oh, dear.
This gets to be[br]such a bore. Sorry.
Here. Here now![br]What's the idea?[br]Come here!
Hey, wait a minute![br]Hey, you! Wait a minute!
What's the matter with you?[br]Are you crazy?[br]You're under arrest!
Let go of me![br]And drop that dog,[br]You dogs!
Search him! Now,[br]who are your confederates?[br]We want every name.
Is this the Emperor's palace[br]or a loony bin?
You came here as a potentate.[br]Are you a potentate?
I may have stretched things[br]a little, but I'm a Shriner.[br]Paid up.
You're a nihilist.[br]I am not.[br]I'm a Presbyterian.
A lie again. It says here[br]that you're a salesman.
Listen, wabble-face,[br]isn't it possible to be a[br]Presbyterian Shriner salesman?
You're trying to confuse me.[br]I am also[br]a registered Democrat,
a member[br]of the Chamber of Commerce,[br]a sandlot third baseman, and l...
Not so fast![br]I have to talk fast.
If I don't, my sample's[br]gonna rust in your fish pond.
Careful![br]It might explode.
I wish it would.[br]It cannot.[br]The powder's all wet.
It must be some new model[br]with a cannon attached.
You must be an old windbag[br]with a blabbermouth attached.
I never saw such a bunch[br]of ignoramuses. Here, Buttons,[br]we'll show 'em the trademark.
Does that mean anything to you?[br]It doesn't, hey?
Well, it's an invention.[br]A talking machine.
A new kind of American[br]thingamabob. Watch this.
We have a record, we put it[br]on the machine thus.
We start the works[br]in this manner. Drop[br]the needle in that fashion.
[Stops][br]Something wrong here.[br]What do you... What's going on?
This is not[br]standard equipment.
With Your Majesty's permission,[br]Your Majesty may come out now.
About time. I was beginning[br]to feel like a corkscrew.
What was it this time?[br]A false alarm,[br]Your Majesty.
An American salesman[br]trying to force his way in.
A most persistent breed,[br]these Americans.
One threw himself[br]in front of my carriage.
He was selling brushes.[br]Wanted me to buy two[br]for my whiskers.
Also a clothes brush,[br]shoe brush, nail brush[br]and a tooth brush.
Incredible.[br]We finally bought a mop[br]and had him deported.
Where were we now?[br]The dogs, Your Majesty.[br]The final arrangements.
Oh, yes. Louis and I[br]will be at my hunting lodge[br]in the Tyrol...
for the next three weeks.
I want you to come[br]and stay with me[br]and bring Scheherazade.
We are most honored,[br]Your Majesty.[br]I think the happy couple...
will find the mountain air[br]quite invigorating.
As to transportation,[br]have you any objections[br]to the horseless carriage?
None whatever, Your Majesty.[br]Then I'll send my automobile[br]to bring you up next Tuesday.
Good-bye, Baron.[br]Good-bye, my dearJohanna.
May I personally[br]guarantee Your Majesty[br]a most glorious litter?
Thank you.[br]I shall see you[br]in the mountains.
Everybody return[br]to his quarters.
No tradesperson[br]is permitted in the palace.
You will pack that[br]squalling abomination[br]and leave at once!
Out! Out! Out![br]Oh, no, I don't.
I'm gonna wait 'til it dries[br]and show it to the old boy,
as per[br]my appointment!
To whom will you show it?[br]To the Emperor.
If you play ball,[br]I won't tell him what a monkey[br]You made out of yourself.
You will never see[br]the Emperor.
I'd protect His Majesty[br]from that object as I'd[br]protect him from a bomb.
You listen to me, chubby.[br]I didn't come to Austria[br]to run into that kind of guff.
I came here to put that machine[br]over and I'm gonna.
I'm gonna sell 5,000,[br]10,000, 20,000.
Not in Austria,[br]I assure you.
We do not take to cheap,[br]blatant innovations.
You're a bunch of[br]dusty old aunties,[br]scared of anything new.
You wouldn't have put in[br]the electric light,
bought an automobile,[br]only the Emperor did.
He's gonna buy[br]the first one of these[br]and endorse it.
And when he does,[br]You watch the sales skyrocket.[br]Yo-ho! They're going up.
And perhaps you will take[br]a photograph of our Emperor...
Iooking into that horn,[br]in place of your dog.
Don't you realize this is[br]the greatest thing that's[br]happened to the Holenia's...
in ten generations?[br]Will it pay[br]the butcher's bill?
What butcher would dare[br]present his bill to the[br]Emperor's brother-in-law?
What was that?[br]My poor demented daughter,
don't you realize[br]we've just become part[br]of the Emperor's family?
All because of some[br]arrangement about puppies?
Thanks to those puppies[br]Your father is now...
the most important man[br]in the monarchy, inseparable[br]from the Emperor.
He and I will sit together[br]waiting for them to be born.
We'll feed the little things[br]with medicine droppers,
spread newspapers for them,[br]take them on walks.
I shall have[br]the Emperor's ear and[br]advise him on matters of state.
I may become[br]ambassador to Paris,
or minister of finance.[br]Oh, not that, Father.
As for you, Johanna,[br]magnificent vistas[br]have opened up.
What's wrong with[br]the young king of Spain? Or[br]there's an English princeling.
Father, to return[br]to the butcher,[br]how are we to provide...
meat for the bride[br]if she's to be kept alive[br]for the happy event?
Don't be ridiculous.[br]We now have all the credit[br]in the world.
So Vienna thought[br]we had gone to the dogs?
[Chuckles][br]Gone to the dogs,[br]indeed.
Stop dawdling. We've[br]endured your presence[br]long enough.
Aw, your emperor's[br]sideburns!
What are you[br]doing now? Disrobing[br]in the palace grounds?
What a fussy old dude you are.[br]You're worse than a worm[br]on a hot rock.
I'll give you[br]one more minute to get[br]that object out of here!
That's what's known[br]as Viennese charm, Buttons.
If you ever see me order[br]Wiener schnitzel again,
You can spit[br]right in my eye![br][Barking]
Here, Buttons.[br]Come back here.
[Dogs Barking, Growling]
Hey, Buttons.[br]Go away,[br]You nasty mongrel.
What are you up to?[br]You bad dog, you. Here.
What's the matter?
Hey.! Hey, you.!
This dog is bleedin'.[br]What did you do to my dog?
Stop! Hey![br]That's enough.[br]That's enough.
You bet it is. We've been[br]kicked around, thrown in[br]the water, snapped at, bitten.
Who do those people[br]think they are?
They are His Excellency,[br]Baron Holenia...
and the Countess[br]von Stolzenberg-Stolzenberg.[br]Where do they live?
The Stolzenberg-Stolzenberg[br]palace on[br]Stolzenberg-Stolzenberg Square.
That's a lot of Stolzenberg.[br]And don't tell us to get out[br]'cause we're gittin'.
[Bell Rings, Crashes]
You rang, sir?[br]Does a black dog live here?
I beg your pardon?[br]A French poodle[br]about that size.
Tell her she has to see[br]a man about a dog.
Perhaps if you would clarify the[br]nature of your business, sir.[br][Scheherazade Barking]
What's the idea ofjust[br]running off after your dog[br]has bitten my dog?
I don't expect decent manners[br]of that thing, but human beings[br]we expect to act halfway human.
[Growling][br]Take off your hat.
Look at that leg.[br]Bitten clear to the bone.[br]It bled all over my rented suit.
I doubt if my birds[br]care for the smell of your hat.
Fry your birds![br]I'm talkin' about my dog.
Your dog ought to have a muzzle[br]and not a leather muzzle,[br]a steel one.
[Growling][br]Don't let him upset you,[br]darling.
Look at that silly haircut.[br]Who trims her, the guy that[br]trims your hedges?
What is it that you want?[br]Damages for your mongrel, money[br]for cleaning your trousers?
I want[br]a saliva test made of her[br]and I want it now!
You want what?[br]A saliva test.[br]She may be mad.
That silly lookin' thing[br]may have the rabies!
I'll thank you[br]not to use such vile words[br]when you talk about her.
All right, hydrophobia, then.[br]Have you watched her[br]for symptoms?
Has she been[br]frothing at the mouth?[br]Does her bark sound croupy?
My dear man, if either of these[br]two dogs is mad, it's yours.
My veterinary[br]goes over Scheherazade[br]from snout to tail every week.
She's a dog of superb pedigree[br]and she gets superb care.
Oh, listen, any mutt[br]can have rabies.
For the last time, will you stop[br]referring to her as a mutt?
Have you ever heard[br]of blood lines? Hers[br]goes back to the 18th century.
Hmpf. His goes back to as far[br]as they've been havin' dogs.
Perhaps you've heard of one[br]of her ancestors, Papillion,[br]the poodle of Marie Antoinette.
They were both guillotined[br]in the French Revolution.[br]Smart move.
Her father belongs[br]to Czar Nicholas of Russia.
You don't say.[br]Her mother[br]to the Infanta of Spain.
His mother belongs to a milkman[br]in Springfield, Illinois.[br]And his father...
His father. Well,[br]You've got me there.
Her twin brothers[br]belong to a Cardinal[br]and live in the Vatican.
As for Scheherazade herself,[br]she has just become engaged...
to the dog of His Majesty,[br]Francis Joseph the First.
Yeah? Well, Buttons' brother[br]helps a kid named Stinky O'Hara[br]deliver newspapers...
and his sister was making an[br]honest living as a watchdog...
until she was hit[br]by the Baltimore and Ohio.
How really fascinating.[br]f your poodle[br]is so classy...
how come she doesn't know better[br]than to go around biting[br]a nice little dog?
If your animal is so clever,[br]it should know better[br]than to approach a dog...
of an entirely[br]different class.
All he did is go up to her[br]and say, "How do you do?"[br]That's all.
He thrust his ugly,[br]ill-bred little face[br]right at hers.
And for that[br]she bit him.[br]Certainly.
And she was right?[br]Absolutely. There are such[br]things as class distinctions.
How's that?[br]Class distinctions,[br]I said.
I thought that's what you said.[br]Two kinds of blood you mean?
Blue blood and the kind we have.[br]The kind you get at the[br]five and ten cent store.
Precisely. You must admit[br]there's a difference[br]between...
Stinky O-something-or-other[br]and the Emperor of Austria.
There is the lowbred[br]and the highbred.
If the lowbred[br]has the impertinence[br]to come distastefully close,
what can he expect[br]but to be bitten?
Is that so?[br]It is.
Okay.[br]Now you bite me.
I would have horsewhipped him[br]then and there, the revolting[br]little plebian.
You saw him. Ears like[br]a bat and the rest of him[br]like a plucked duck.
Perhaps there's more to him[br]than meets the eye.
So it would seem[br]from what happened[br]in the mountains.
What happened?[br]A conflagration[br]of the wildest passion...
Please! Remember[br]the archduchess's heart.[br]Go on. What happened?
For your own sake, Isabella.[br]Oh, go on,
or I shall fling myself[br]from this balcony.
All right, it's your heart.[br]It seems that[br]that little horror...
found out the Emperor[br]was going to the Tyrol.
So being an American... They'll[br]do anything in their mad pursuit[br]of the almighty dollar.
Bom bom bom dee dee dee
Lom da da dee dee da dee
Bom bom [br][Echo][br]Bom bom
If you feel a song
Then let the song begin
And you'll find[br]the friendly mountains[br]joining in
Loosen up your pipes
And brother you can bet
It's as pretty[br]as a barbershop quartet
Quartet [br][Echo][br] Quartet
Quartet [br] Quartet
Quartet [br] Quartet
You can raise your voice
And sing out[br]hip-hooray
But it always comes back
Give the birds a break
And hustle up a song
And let[br]the friendly mountains
[Men And Women Yodeling]
If you feel a song
Then let the song begin
And you'll find[br]the friendly mountains[br]joining in
When your melody
Goes rollin'[br]'round the sky
Well you'll feel that[br]You're a pretty nifty guy
[Women][br]Pretty nifty guy
[Woman][br]Pretty nifty guy
[Virgil's Echo][br]Pretty nifty guy
I just wanted[br]to look the place over.
It's very nice too.[br]Come on, Buttons.
No visitors while[br]our Emperor's in residence.
Is he in there now?[br]It's the hunting season.
When he hunts, doesn't he[br]come out here once in a while?
Every morning.[br]Early. 4:00.[br]Through this gate?
Through this gate,[br]down that road, through[br]this gorge and up that mountain.
Down that road,[br]through that gorge[br]and up that mountain, huh?
With your very kind permission,[br]the car is boiling.
Well, don't stand there.[br]Get some cool water[br]from some brook.
With your very kind permission,[br] shall.
We're almost there,[br]Scheherazade.
You better[br]take her goggles off.[br]They give her a headache.
She's perfectly all right,[br]Father.
Her nose is dry and hot.[br]She's running a temperature.
I told you she should have[br]worn her blanket![br]Don't be hysterical, Father.
How can I help[br]being hysterical?
If she should come down[br]with distemper...[br]Heaven forbid!
Relax. Breathe in[br]this heavenly air.
Yes, it'll do her good.[br]This Tyrol. It's like[br]a vast oxygen tent.
Listen to that yodel.[br]It's the voice of Austria.
[Barking][br]What is it, Scheherazade?
What's biting you,[br]anyway?
Here, Buttons.[br]Come here.
Let her go.![br]He's biting her,[br]he's killing her.!
Take that black beast[br]out of here! Whoa!
Here, here, here.
This I find outrageous![br]Small world, isn't it?
Are you following me?[br]No. Are you?
This is the same[br]objectionable American,[br]isn't it?
I'll take care of him.[br]Get Scheherazade in the car.[br]I'll give her some brandy.
If you don't mind,[br]I should like to ask you[br]a few questions.
You look sweet in that.[br]Like a piece of candy[br]wrapped up in tissue paper.
Exactly why are you here,[br]dressed like that?
If I wanted to make a deal[br]with the Sultan of Morocco[br]I'd come dressed like a dervish.
You're here on business?[br]They don't pay my expenses[br]to come up here and yodel.
Ah, yes, I've heard of that[br]peculiar object you're peddling.
You wish to sell it[br]to the Emperor?[br]That's right.
You're here[br]at His Majesty's request?[br]Let's not get technical.
Where are you staying?[br]Down in the village[br]at the Golden Fiddle Inn.
They have a very attractive[br]upstairs maid. A redhead.
Exactly how will you manage[br]to see His Majesty?
I shan't see him:[br]he's going to see me.[br]Or hear me.
Or rather, he's gonna[br]hear my machine.[br]Go on.
Every morning he goes out[br]shooting deer.
He goes out his gate,[br]down that gorge[br]and up that mountain.
One of these mornings[br]I shall hide behind a tree[br]or something,
get my machine set up[br]and suddenly...
[Hums[br]"National Emblem March"]
And then?[br]Once he hears it[br]it'll be a cinch.
He'll say, "How come[br]that beautiful band[br]is up here playing...
in these little bitty[br]old doggone hills of mine?
That's what he'll say?[br]Yes. And I shall pop from[br]behind my tree and say,
"Emp, that's no band,[br]that's a phonograph.
Come over here[br]and see for yourself."
Very clever.[br]Only it won't work.[br]Why won't it?
Because the Emperor will not[br]hear that loathsome apparatus.
Because you will not be[br]hiding behind any trees.
Because no tradesman can presume[br]on the Emperor of Austria.
Because you're to go straight[br]to your hotel, pack and leave[br]immediately, you and that dog.
Who'd gonna make us?[br]The police.
Like fun, they will.[br]I'm an American citizen:[br]he's an American dog.
I have a passport:[br]he has a dog license.
If you don't leave voluntarily,[br]the gendarmes will come...
and take you and your dog[br]by the nape of your necks[br]and throw you on the train.
Try anything like that[br]and you're gonna get[br]in a peck of trouble.
Don't forget that[br]Teddy Roosevelt[br]still carries a big stick.
Who carries what?[br]You start a fight[br]with me...
and he'll have the[br]United States Army here so fast[br]it'll make your head swim.
Johanna, get in the car.[br]Scheherazade has fainted twice.
The Army, Navy and the Marines,[br]You understand?
And don't forget we're building[br]a little something called[br]the Panama Canal.
What's he talking about?[br]You'll find out when we won't[br]let your ships through.
You'll have to go[br]all the way down[br]around South America.
Or else you'll have to[br]go all the way up north[br]where it's so cold that...
The first train out of here.[br]You, your apparatus and dog.[br]Especially that dog.
We'll fix you in Washington.[br]What we'll do[br]to your ambassador.
We'll boycott your product![br]The Blue Danube forbidden[br]by act of congress!
[Knocking][br]Johanna.[br]Come in, Father.
Aren't you getting dressed?[br]They're all downstairs[br]on the terrace.
Quiet, Father.[br]Have you glanced[br]out the window?
The Emperor has invited us[br]with a group that offers rather[br]interesting possibilities.
- What's the matter with you?[br]- Nothing. It's Scheherazade.
What's wrong now?[br]The Emperor's veterinary[br]is with her.
- She's had a nervous breakdown.[br]- A nervous...
No![br]A complete collapse.
They were bathing her and[br]she was perfectly all right...
'til she saw another dog,[br]a small dachshund.
She began screaming.[br]They tested her[br]with another dog,
a tiny Chihuahua:[br]the same hysteria.
When they brought in the[br]Emperor's dog to calm her,
she broke loose,[br]jumped through a window[br]and ran amok.
Apparently, she can't stand[br]the sight of another dog.
Has the Emperor[br]been told?[br]Not yet.
We hope the veterinary will[br]be able to do something.
That inconsiderate,[br]ungrateful black animal!
Jeopardizing[br]all our chances!
The Hungarian officer[br]playing cards,
that's Prince stvan[br]Barlossy de Baloshasa.
[Johanna][br] met him in Budapest.[br]Didn't like him very much.
Nonsense. Since then[br]he's inherited half of Buda[br]and a large part of Pest.
What have you against[br]the Marques Alonso Lafuente?[br]Which one is he?
The handsome one[br]with the tennis racket.[br]Greatest family in Andalusia.
Castles in Spain, literally.[br]Seven of them.
You still haven't mentioned[br]the best possibility.
Do you mean[br]Duke Ferdi Lindendorf?
No, the Princess Bitotska.[br]I'm thinking of you, Father.
Don't be disgusting.[br]She's had her one good eye[br]on you for years.
She's old enough[br]to be my mother.[br]She still plays tennis.
She ought to be in a wheelchair,[br]the arthritic old horror.
Let's go and see if that beast[br]of yours is feeling any better.
I repeat: It is extremely[br]important that the patient[br]speak anything in her mind.
[Whining][br]Anything at all.[br]We need a complete[br]stream of consciousness.
Is that clear?[br][Whining]
Thank you very much.[br]Now, I would like[br]to know all about your dreams.
You dream,[br]I presume?[br][Whines]
All right.[br]What do you dream?[br][Whines]
Is it a recurrent dream?[br][Whines]
Very good.[br]A typical anxiety dream.[br]What is all this, Doctor?
Please! This is[br]a very serious case.
Indubitably a psychoneurosis,[br]sometimes referred to[br]as a neuropsychosis.
Fortunately, I went[br]to the University of Vienna...
with a young doctor[br]by the name Freud.
He has created[br]a curative method:
the analysis of the psyche by[br]delving into the subconscious.[br][Dog Whining]
Now I must ask[br]for your earliest recollections.
Your father and mother:[br]Was their home life congenial?
Doctor, stop torturing her.[br]I can tell you what's wrong.[br]She-She had a fight with a dog.
She did?[br]Twice. Once in Vienna and[br]once this very afternoon.
[Johanna] The same dog.[br]You see? That's what leads[br]to wrong diagnoses.
Patients withhold things.[br]What kind of a dog?
American.[br]Small, white, male.
What was his name?[br]Buttons.
Let's test it.
- Buttons![br]- [Yelping]
Absolutely clear now.[br]A fear complex.
Frightened by one dog,[br]now afraid of all dogs.
I may kill her.[br]Is there a cure?
In some cases.[br]The patient has developed what[br]I and my colleague, Dr. Freud,
call a mental block.
What is the cure,[br]Doctor?
The frightened one[br]must realize she has[br]nothing to be afraid of.
In other words, we must[br]bring the two dogs together.
That's impossible.[br]It is imperative.
I gave orders[br]to have them both removed.[br]The man and the dog.
I may kill you.[br]Without the other dog,[br]I see very black.
Maybe it's not too late.[br]Come, darling,[br]don't tremble like that.
Don't be nervous.[br]Everything's going to be...
With your very kind permission,[br]exactly what inn was it?
The Fiddle Inn.[br]There are three Fiddle Inns:[br]the Green Fiddle,
the Golden Fiddle[br]and the Broken Fiddle.[br]How idiotic.
With your very kind permission,[br]the whole village is fiddles.
That's what they make here.[br]Fiddles.
I've got to find him[br]before it's too late.
The American, has he left?[br]No, but he is leaving.[br]Number seven.
If you do not hurry[br]You will miss the train.
So we miss the train. So what?[br]So you will be pulled[br]out of here by ox cart.
I think you're full of[br]pickled pumpernickel,[br]the both of you.
All right, you little[br]bundle of joy. Come on.
Up! In you go.
Well, if it isn't[br]the Countess!
Don't you trust them?[br]We're leaving.
Step outside, you two.[br]And close the door.[br]I have to talk to you.
We'll miss the train.[br]You're not going[br]on that train.
What are you gonna do,[br]shoot us out of a cannon?
I need your help.
Well. You don't say.
My dog is outside[br]in a state of[br]complete collapse.
Small wonder. You people[br]take those high-strung critters,
breed them, interbreed them,[br]over breed them,
something in their noggins[br]is bound to start rattling.
She was perfectly all right[br]until she saw your dog...
All Buttons[br]did was walk up...[br]Let's not go into it.
I'm here to demand[br]Your cooperation.
The reason for Scheherazade's[br]breakdown is fear...
and the reason for her fear[br]is your dog.
The only cure is to get back[br]to the source of that fear, thus[br]eliminating the mental block.
Are you following me?[br]Countess, you lost me back there[br]around "cooperation."
To put it simply,[br]if she could realize[br]he is not a danger.
If your dog could be[br]nice to my dog.
Oh, no. She might[br]throw a flea on him.
I assure you[br]this is a matter[br]of the utmost importance.
It goes far beyond[br]just curing a dog.
So we do you a favor[br]and you kick us out.[br]Is that it?
No, you can stay as long[br]as you like, do what[br]You like. I don't care.
Well, now you're[br]talkin' sense.
I'll bring her in.[br]There's no time to waste.[br]See that your dog behaves.
Hold it, Countess,[br]there's a word missing.[br]I beg your pardon?
- The word is please.[br]- Please.
Ah-ah-ah-ah.[br]You can do better than that.
- Please.[br]- Getting warmer.
- Please.[br]- Bring in the mutt!
Put her[br]on the bed here.[br][Dog Whimpering]
She's got it[br]pretty bad, huh?[br][Buttons Growling]
Here, you, quiet.[br]Shh!
The doctor says that[br]she might go c-r-a-z-y.
We'll see[br]what we can d-o.[br][Growling]
[Scheherazade Whines][br]Now, now, now.
Don't say no until you and I[br]have had a chance to talk,[br]man to man.
I'm gonna open this basket and[br]You're gonna go and apologize[br]like a little gentleman.
- Don't open the basket.[br]- Let me handle this.[br]Come on, Buttons.
Come on, boy.[br]Gotta help me out now.
Remember that time in Munich[br]when you became involved[br]with the police...
'cause you lapped up[br]all that beer in the ratskeller.
Who got you out of that?[br]Old Virgil, huh?
We won't talk about it[br]now, no.
You've gotta help me out.[br]Go over there and apologize.
Go on. All right,[br]so she did hurt your feelings.[br][Growling]
So she's snooty[br]and highfalutin.
But you're a pretty fresh[br]little mutt yourself, you know.
But you're a man and it's[br]up to the man to apologize.[br]Now go ahead. Go on.
Her heart's[br]beating like mad.
Proud, huh? And stubborn.[br]Look at her.
For once in your life[br]You meet a real lady.[br]And a mighty pretty one.
Look at those trim[br]little ankles, hmm?
And that pompadour.[br][Whistles]
That's super deluxe,[br]that's class. It's better[br]than class: it's "claaass."
Go on, be nice to here.[br]Go ahead, move in.
Take charge. Atta boy.[br]Go on, Buttons.
Don't be afraid, Scheherazade.[br]He's a nice little dog.
Maybe he hasn't had[br]some of the advantages.
[Whining][br]It's no use.[br]Maybe we'd better stop.
[Whispering][br]Hey, Buttons. Hey.
kiss your little hand,[br]madame
Your dainty fingertips
And while in slumberland,[br]madame
I'm begging for your lips
haven't any right, madame [br]I think she likes that.
Sometimes I wonder
If hearts are broken
By little love words[br]that are left unspoken
I always tremble
When you are near me
I'm looking for[br]a ray of hope
To cheer me
I hope to keep[br]my kisses warm
Until we meet[br]in shadow form
In dreams I kiss your hand,[br]madame
Your dainty fingertips
And while in slumberland,[br]madame
I'm begging[br]for your lips
I haven't any right,[br]madame
To do the things[br]I do
Just when I hold you tight,[br]madame
You vanish with the night,[br]madame
In dreams I kiss your hand,[br]madame
And pray my dreams
I'm just putting it on a little[br]to give them the idea.
Nothing personal,[br]You understand.[br]Oh, I understand perfectly.
I wouldn't presume...[br]No, of course you wouldn't.
haven't any right,[br]madame
To do the things I do
Just when I hold you tight,[br]madame
You vanish with the night,[br]madame
Thank you so much.[br]You've been most kind.
Oh, not at all. It's a pleasure[br]to do business with you.
You forgot something.[br]I did? What?
Oh, of course.
He has missed the train.[br]What train?
The one he was going on.[br]Oh, he's not going.
She seems[br]so wonderfully well.[br]Doesn't she, though?
Come on, Scheherazade,[br]come on.
Come on, Buttons.[br]Here, boy.
Come on, Scheherazade,[br]Give Buttons back his ball.
Oh, no. Let her have it.[br]Compliments of the house.
You're very kind.[br]Good-bye.
So long, Countess.[br]Come on, Scheherazade.
If she should[br]have a relapse,[br]bring her back.
Thank you so much.[br]Any time.
Go on home,[br]You two.
[Sighing][br]You're telling me.
It's the biggest stag[br]they've had up here in years,[br]Your Majesty. I saw it myself.
Already I can see its head[br]above Your Majesty's desk.
Those magnificent antlers,[br]18 points.
You can see the antlers but[br]I don't seem to see the stag.
It is up there in the glen,[br]I assure, Your Majesty.[br]Listen.
Every morning for a week they've[br]promised me that stag and no[br]stag. Not a shadow of a stag.
Today it will be there.[br]It must be. That stag dare not[br]disappoint His Emperor again.
Look at all those other men,[br]Putzi. I'm very angry with you.
Do you mind, Princess?[br]I do not like the name Putzi.
Not only am I angry, I'm[br]disappointed. I did hope you'd[br]wear those short leather pants.
Why?[br]For years I've wanted[br]to see your knees.
You must have very good knees,[br]my dear Putzi.
They're handsome knees.[br]They're my knees[br]and I'm nobody's Putzi.
Aren't you being a little cold[br]to the richest woman[br]in Austria?
Not rich enough. Besides,[br]I have other prospects.
Such an exciting contrast,[br]Countess.
You, pale and blond[br]against the brunette[br]Spanish landscape.
Spain is for bulls.[br]For a beautiful woman[br]is Hungary... is Budapest,
that wicked boudoir of a city.[br]No, entirely too much paprika,[br]don't you think, Countess?
Let me show you Granada:[br]toreadors, orange trees,
a thousand fountains[br]dancing in a sunlight.
You offer the Countess[br]sunlight. I offer her[br]fierce midnights...
and czardas[br]and wild gypsies.
[Humming Stops][br]Oh, I'm sorry.[br]Did someone say something?
[Continues][br]What is it?[br]Music here in my own forest?
How dare they?[br]How dare they?[br]I don't know, Your Majesty.
I want my stag![br]It must be a band[br]marching down the highway.
Maybe it's an echo from[br]the village.[br]I want that band[br]apprehended.
I will have them punished.[br]Every instrument,[br]especially the brasses!
Your Majesty, may offer[br]my profound apologies?[br]You may not!
Oh, certainly not.[br]Silence!
Turn that thing off.[br]Hi, Countess.
Turn it off immediately.[br]Now that I got him here?[br]You're crazy.
Stop it, I tell you.[br]You're gonna scratch[br]my record.
You scared off the Emperor's[br]stag. They're combing the woods[br]with loaded guns.
Let me demonstrate...[br]Did you find that band?
Not yet, Countess.[br]They must be hiding[br]in the underbrush.
Who is this man?[br]A tourist[br]picking strawberries.
What is that?[br]Uh... well, that's what[br]I was asking.
It's apparently[br]for the strawberries.[br]How?
How. Oh-Oh, "how?"
Oh, why you... You put[br]the strawberries in here...
and then you grind them up[br]with this, you see, and the jam[br]collects down yonder.
This, uh, black platter...[br]You serve them[br]on the platter.
The hole is[br]for the juice.
Any other questions,[br]please?
Yes. Will it work[br]with gooseberries?
Gooseberries.[br]Great with gooseberries,
It's particularly[br]smashing with raspberries.[br]You get the jam and the sound.
You see?[br]Go find the band.
Yes, Countess.[br]Yes, Countess.
Thank you, Countess.[br]You're a pip.[br]I'm a what?
A sweetheart.[br]Put down that gun[br]and have a chair.
I'm afraid you'll have to[br]think up another scheme[br]for your talking machine.
Say, how's Scheherazade?[br]She's much better.
Too bad.[br]What did you say?
I said too bad. Buttons and I[br]were hoping she'd have a relapse[br]and you'd have to come back.
That won't be necessary.[br]She's as gay as a lark,[br]busy with her wedding plans.
Being trimmed, a new collar,[br]sniffing over her wedding[br]presents.[br]Is that right?
Buttons and I keep talking[br]about you, night and day.[br]No sleep. No appetite.
Oh, I'm so sorry.[br]You don't suppose, do you, that[br]that mental block business...
Now, could that be contagious?[br]Nonsense! Buttons is a sturdy,[br]well-adjusted little dog.
Oh, I know Buttons is[br]but I'm talking about me. I'm[br]the one that's got the shivers.
[Laughs][br]Don't laugh. One night there'll[br]be a knock at your door.
When you come to open it,[br]Buttons will be standing there,[br]with me in his arms.
Like you came with Scheherazade.[br]He'll put me down...
and I'll lie there[br]quaking all over,
with my eyes rolled back until[br]just the white is showing.
There'll be nasty gossip at the[br]castle.[br]We'll sneak up the[br]servant's stairs.
There I'll be, lying there[br]in pitiable condition.
You'd have to help me then,[br]wouldn't you?[br]How?
You'd bend over me...[br]You remember the cure we found.
I never sing.[br]Well, come on,[br]force yourself.
Just hum a little, huh?[br] [Humming]
Oh, wait,[br]Countess, don't go.[br]Don't you feel it too?
Feel what, Mr. Smith?[br]Oh, that funny stir[br]inside of you.
Those bubbles that start down[br]in the tips of your toes and[br]tingle up through your spine...
'til they reach[br]Your brain where they pop[br]like a firecracker.
I know nothing about[br]any such bubbles.[br]They're in your veins.
They beat in your throat[br]and pound in your ears.[br]What does, Mr. Smith?
Your blood. It's all out[br]of whack. It goes so fast[br]and it goes every which way.
Mine's going counterclockwise.[br]How's yours?[br]Perfectly normal, I assure you.
I don't believe it.[br]Mine's the weak, watery[br]different sort of blood.
You said so yourself.[br]Aww.
[Virgil][br]n dreams kiss your hand,[br]madame
And while in slumberland,[br]madame [br][Scheherazade Whining]
'm begging[br]for your lips [br][Whining Continues]
Go to sleep,[br]Scheherazade.
Go to sleep.[br][Singing ndistinct]
La di di[br]da do-do-do [br]Now, really.
Scheherazade,[br]come back to bed.
Da da di di[br]da da dum [br]Scheherazade.
Stop thinking about him.[br]He's just an ordinary little dog[br]like a million other dogs.
[Whining Continues][br]All right, he has some charm[br]and he knows some tricks,
but he's not for you:[br]he's not your sort.
I think I better[br]give you a sleeping pill.[br]It'll relax you. Come on.
Come to bed.[br]Come on.
Get in.[br]That's a good girl.
[Whines][br]Take this and lie down[br]and go to sleep.
[Whining][br]Oh, go to sleep, do.
Tomorrow you're going to be the[br]most important dog in Austria.[br]You want to look your best.
[Whines][br]Scheherazade, you're an adult,[br]intelligent woman.
A little self control,[br]a little dignity.[br]Is that too much to ask?
What would happen[br]if we all let ourselves go?[br][Moaning]
[Sighs][br]Just make up your mind to this.[br]It cannot be.
Shut out every thought[br]in that direction.
Fight it.[br]Suppress it.
[Virgil][br]n dreams[br] kiss your hand
And while in slumberland,[br]madame
'm begging[br]for your lips
haven't any right,[br]madame
To do the things do
Just when[br] hold you tight
You vanish[br]with the night [br][Whines]
A fine pair we make.[br]Di da da da di
[Coughs][br]Not another cold,[br]Your Majesty?
Certainly not.[br]The same one.
I might again suggest inhaling[br]the vapor of pine needles.[br]No, Holenia, no.
Any news from the kennels?[br]We took Scheherazade down[br]after luncheon.
She asked me to[br]thank Your Majesty[br]for the bridal bouquet.
You've seen poodle puppies,[br]haven't you, Holenia?
Charming little beasts.[br]Look as if they were made[br]of black wool and licorice.
If I might be excused,[br]Your Majesty.
What is it?[br]What's happening?[br]She's run away. She's gone.
It's a disgrace[br]to our kennels.[br]Well, where is she?
I don't know. She just[br]jumped over a six-foot fence[br]and disappeared.
That filthy animal.[br]I must inform[br]His Majesty.
You will do nothing of the kind.[br]We mustn't disquiet the Emperor.[br]He has a cold.
Then what am I to do?[br]We'll catch her.[br]We'll bring her back.
You return to the kennels.[br]That's an order.[br]But...
Yes, Father?[br]We're in trouble.
What is it?
Scheherazade![br]Look at the silly beast!
[Seed Banging In Pail]
[Footsteps Approaching][br][Seed Banging]
I don't know.[br]For heaven's sake, don't just[br]lie there. She's run away.
She must be with Buttons.[br]Where's Buttons?
Look at there. You threw me[br]off. What's your problem?[br]Where's Buttons?
He isn't here.[br]He's not?[br]Where is he?
He got feeling so miserable[br]I put him out on the island.[br]What island?
Out here.[br]I'll show you.
He was unhappy,[br]crying all night[br]and everything,
I thought if I disconnected him[br]from the mainland, put him on[br]that island...[br]Look!
That idiot.![br][Virgil][br]That wonderful gal.
No mountain too high.[br]No ocean too wide.[br]Go it, Scheherazade!
Oh, I hate you.[br]The way, you say it,[br]I don't mind it.
We've got to stop her.[br]Oh, forget her. Stick around,[br]I'll open up a bottle of glue.
I've gotta catch her[br]and you're going to help me.[br]Wait a minute. Wait.
Johanna,[br]what is it?
Where are you going?[br]Johanna!
Scheherazade![br]Do you know how[br]to row this thing?
Sure. I used to travel[br]for a Venetian blind company.
A-la la di da di [br]Scheherazade!
A-di da di da di [br]Scheherazade!
Santa Lucia [br][Howling]
Johanna! Johanna![br] Santa Lucia
Scheherazade.[br]Hold it, Buttons.[br]I'm a'comin'.
Oh, boy,[br]You're all mixed up here.[br]He isn't hurt, is he?
No, not him, he's too tough.[br]You kept telling me[br]she didn't care, huh?
Don't let him[br]off that leash.[br]Oh, don't worry.
Well, you've had your moment,[br]You lucky little coot.
It isn't every guy, you know,[br]to have the lovely Countess[br]swim across a lake for them.
Stop trembling,[br]Scheherazade.[br]I won't scold you. No.
I won't even mention it[br]to anybody, ever.[br]I promise.
[Violins Tuning Up]
What's that noise?[br]Oh, that? That, uh,[br]comes from the village.
You know, in the daytime[br]they make violins,[br]and in the evening, they fiddle.
Mighty pleasant,[br]isn't it?
It's probably due[br]to the echo.[br]Yeah.
Like sittin' way up[br]in the balcony, huh?
No, no, no, we must go back,[br]Scheherazade and I.[br]Oh?
Well, then I'll...[br]I'll get Buttons ready[br]for the night.
You can say[br]Your lips
Are not for me
But you can't hide[br]the kiss
That's in your eyes...[br]Would you mind[br]not singing?
What was that?[br]I said,[br]please stop singing.
What's a matter, Countess?[br]You afraid or something?[br]Afraid?
You know, this[br]silly island, the silly sunset,[br]all those fiddles tearing away,
a man's voice.[br]You have to be[br]more explicit.
But you needn't be afraid.[br]It's just that... sometimes[br]sounds do funny things.
Now, you take a big chandelier,[br]one of those high-class,[br]well brought up chandeliers,
and you hit[br]a particular note, ping.
You make that chandelier[br]tinkle all over.
Are you under the impression[br]that your voice could, as you[br]put it, make me... tinkle?
Well, yes, maybe,[br]a little around the edges.
Who do you think I am?[br]Some half-witted shop girl...
or some maudlin[br]little waitress[br]from a beer garden?
You're a chandelier,[br]Countess.
The loveliest chandelier[br]I ever saw.
Go on, sing.[br]Oh. No.
This is insulting.[br]Sing and sing at once!
You can say[br]Your lips
Are not for me
But you can't hide[br]the kiss
That's in your eyes
And you can say[br]my arms
Would only[br]leave you cold
But wait 'til[br]they hold you
And then[br]look wise
Yes[br]and you can say
Tonight will come[br]and go
Without a single[br]moment's worth of sighs
But why[br]should I agree
When I know[br]what will be
It's plain to me
Plain as the kiss
In your eyes
Plain as the kiss...
I had a husband.[br]He was suave[br]and distinguished.
He was dark and dashing.[br]He was six feet two.
He was the handsomest man[br]in Austria.
You're so different.
Imagine, a thousand years of[br]civilization crumbling because[br]of a drummer's vocal chords.
Isn't it utterly[br]past belief?[br]Aren't you a little harsh?
I remember once when[br]I was listening to Caruso.[br][Sighs]
Caruso is excusable,[br]but that man's voice is...[br]A cheap bathroom yowl.
Ah, Therese, think of[br]their nearness and the lake...
and the fragrance[br]of the summer night[br]in the Tyrol.
Why begrudge them a moment[br]of happiness?[br]Had it only stopped there.
But for two whole weeks[br]they were having secret[br]rendezvous on that island.
The four of them.[br]How shocking![br]How divinely shocking!
Could I trouble you[br]for another kiss,[br]honey Countess?
No trouble at all.
[Sighs][br]I shall never[br]forget you, Virgil.
Impertinent, unpardonable,[br]ridiculous Virgil.
You bet you won't because I'm[br]gonna be around to remind you.[br]You are?
I got it all worked out,[br]honey Countess. You pack[br]Your bags. I pack mine.
We get the dogs. Take[br]the first train, first boat,[br]and then one day your folks...
are gonna get a postcard[br]from Newark, New Jersey.
It'll say,[br]"Merry Christmas from[br]Mr. And Mrs. Virgil H. Smith."
It sounds so wonderful,[br]and so impossible.[br]Oh, a few small problems.
A few? A million.[br]Where I come from,[br]there's only one real problem:
Have you got two bucks[br]for the license,[br]and two bucks I got.
Where I come from there are[br]traditions and conventions...
and family ties[br]and responsibilities...[br]Oh, forget 'em, Countess.
We can't afford[br]a scandal in my family.[br]I have a young brother.
By the grace of the Emperor,[br]he's just been admitted to[br]the Imperial Cadet School.
Good. So he'll hustle and get[br]himself a job setting up pins[br]in the Imperial Bowling Academy.
I have a young sister, 17.[br]She's to be presented at court,[br]her first great glamourous ball.
She'll call in the neighborhood[br]kids instead. She'll have[br]herself a big taffy pull.
Then there's my father, very[br]bankrupt and slightly dishonest.[br]If we affront the Emperor...
The Emperor, the Emperor.[br]Nobody's that important.[br]The Emperor is.
Why don't you tell him[br]how things are with us,[br]how we stand?
That we're crazy[br]about each other.[br]Don't be naive.
All right then,[br]let me talk to him.[br]You?
Why, sure![br]You just get me in there.[br]I'll tell him a thing or two.
You're not ashamed[br]of me, are you?[br]Of course not.
Because I have no title,[br]I'm just a businessman?[br]No, it's impossible.
The Emperor wouldn't listen[br]to you. Even if he did,[br]he wouldn't believe his ears.
I'll reason it out with him.[br]You don't reason[br]with an emperor, darling.
You bow and listen to what[br]he has to say and what he has[br]to say is no. It's always no.
And you bow again and leave.[br]Not me.[br]I don't take no's.
I get my foot in the door and[br]I talk and talk and talk fast.[br]I'm a good salesman.
So I've noticed.
Come on, honey Countess.[br]Let me see him, huh?
I'm no saint.[br]Heaven knows.[br]I'm no Puritan.
I've allowed my affections[br]to get involved with the[br]lower classes more than once,
but I had some sense[br]of proportion.[br]I love him, Father.
Prettiest girl[br]I ever knew was the daughter[br]of a garbage collector.
But at the proper time, I had[br]the good taste to consign her[br]regretfully to the garbage can.
I didn't put on a silver platter[br]and present her to my emperor.
He's wonderful[br]and I'm proud of him.
He doesn't accept[br]our silly little prejudices.[br]He's better than we are.
Garbage! He's a cheap[br]little drummer with some[br]cheap business on his mind.
No, Father,[br]with me on his mind,[br]and a wonderful shining love.
Garbage.![br][Car Approaching,[br]Fanfare Music]
He's waiting for you.[br]Good.[br]I'm ready myself.
Now, don't be nervous.[br]Look who's talking.[br]Hi.
Garbage.[br]What are you[br]going to say?
I don't know, I'll do something.[br]I'll talk or play him a song[br]or stand on my hands.
If he doesn't like me,[br]maybe he'll like my associate.[br]He said 3:00.
He's got a little cold,[br]but I hope he's in a good mood.
[Knocking At Door][br][Coughing]
Step inside and bow from the[br]waist and don't straighten up[br]'til he gives you the signal.
[Coughing Continues][br]I got it. Come on, Buttons.[br]Keep your paws crossed.
I love you.[br]You took the words[br]right out of my mouth.
Who ever told me to try[br]these nasty fumes?[br]Thank you.
You're quite welcome,[br]I'm sure.[br]And my whiskers.[br][Sniffs]
Just as I thought.[br]Now, they smell.[br]You could[br]always shave them, Your Majesty.
What was that?[br]Come here.
I think you'd look[br]much nicer without all that...[br]whipped cream.
An excellent idea.[br]They've bored me[br]for the last 40 years.
Thank you, Your Honor...[br]I mean, Your Majesty.[br]Only it cannot be done.
Why not, Your Majesty?[br]Young man, if I were[br]to shave off these whiskers,
Austria would be thrown[br]into a state of turmoil.
Think what it would do to[br]our postage stamps, our coins,[br]our bank notes.
I guess you're stuck,[br]all right.[br]I'm glad you see my point.
Straighten up.[br]Who are you?
I'm the man who, uh... Well,[br]an appointment was made for me.[br]I was to be here at 3:00.
You are Mr. Smith,[br]the American.
Yes, Your Majesty. It's[br]in connection with the Countess[br]von Stolzenberg-Stolzenberg.
Uh, what I want, Your Majesty...[br]Well, it's a hard for me to[br]explain exactly what I do want.
Exactly what you want[br]is the Countess[br]von Stolzenberg-Stolzenberg.
How long have you[br]two known each other?[br]Three weeks, roughly speaking.
Not too roughly, I trust.[br][Coughing]
You, uh, love her,[br]Mr. Smith?
Yes, I do, Your Majesty.[br]And she loves me.[br]I know it sounds crazy...
considering who she is[br]and where come from, way, way[br]the other side of the tracks.
It is somewhat unorthodox.[br]Should you marryJohanna, what[br]kind of life do you envision?
Do you intend to live[br]with her here in Vienna?
Move into her palace?[br]I should say not.
There's too many forks[br]to know which one to pick up.[br]I plan to take her home with me.
Home?[br]Which one of the United States[br]do you come from?
New Jersey.[br]Newark, New Jersey.[br]My mother has a place there.
Aplace?[br]That is, uh... an estate?[br][Exhales]
No, it's a house.[br]Sort of a half house.[br]Two family deal.
Dr. Coleman lives in the[br]other half. He's a dentist. We[br]belong to the same bowling club.
[Coughing][br]You and Johanna will live[br]with your mother?
Oh, yes. Wouldn't want her[br]alone while 'm out on the road.[br]On the road?
Look, I could've come in here[br]and thrown a big bluff about[br]being a rich Wall Street man...
just cruising around the world,[br]but actually, I don't have[br]a yacht to my name.
I'm just a traveling salesman[br]and I earn $22.50 a week against[br]four percent commission,
which isn't bad when you[br]consider what an up-and-coming[br]product I handle.
That mechanical orchestra[br]with which you pursued me[br]from Vienna to that forest?
I'm sorry about the stag.[br]Oh, I probably would have[br]missed him anyway.
I'm a very poor shot.[br][Coughing][br]This machine...
Is it practical?[br]Is it, uh, really good?
Oh, that's[br]the gosh darndest,[br]jim-dandiest machi...
Listen, Your Majesty, I didn't[br]come here to sell that machine.[br]I came here to sell myself...
so you wouldn't think[br]the Countess was throwing[br]herself away on a hoodlum.
You are not a hoodlum.[br]You are a businessman.[br]Yes, Your Majesty.
A good one, I'm sure:[br]quick, clever, enterprising.
Thank you,[br]Your Majesty.
If a good proposition offered[br]itself, you wouldn't let it[br]slip through your fingers.
Oh, I should say not, sir.[br]Good. It so happens[br]I have one for you.
You have?[br]It's a very simple one.
Give upJohanna[br]and I will endorse that machine.
Come again?[br]I'm sure you heard[br]what I said.
Look, you,[br]I love her!
That, Mr. Smith,[br]is what I am counting on.
I'm not narrow-minded.[br]I could even forgive him[br]being an American...
if he belonged to one[br]of those Vander, Astor,[br]uh, Rocker families.
But a Mr. Smith.[br]I love him.
If you say that[br]once more...[br]I love him.
Garbage.[br]Father, if you say that[br]once more...
[Coughing][br]I've seen these things[br]happen before, Mr. Smith.
I've seen them happen[br]over and over again.
There was a grandniece[br]of mine who ran away[br]with a fencing master.
An archduchess who fell in love[br]with a tourist guide in Egypt.
Princes have eloped[br]with soubrettes,[br]princesses with headwaiters.
And why not[br]if they loved each other?[br]Why not?
Let me tell you why not.
My grandniece[br]and her fencing master.[br]What happened?
A few beautiful months in Naples[br]and then she began to want to[br]go back to the life she left.
There's no going back.
Eventually, she threw herself[br]from the fifth story window[br]of her hotel.
The archduchess with her[br]tourist guide had less luck,[br]or less character.
She's living still... in a cheap[br]Viennese boarding house...
on sleeping pills and brandy[br]to forget where she came from.
Where she came from?[br]Because you're so much better[br]than we are?
I don't say[br]we are better.
As a matter of fact,[br]I think you are better.
You are simpler.[br]You are stronger. Ultimately,[br]the world will be yours.
You bet it will!
What I'm trying to explain,[br]Mr. Smith, is that...[br]we are different.
We are like snails[br]living in lovely twisted[br]little twisted shells.
Uh, have you ever observed[br]a snail, Mr. Smith?
They are[br]majestic creatures...
with small coronetted heads[br]that peer very proudly[br]from their tiny castles.
They move with dignity.[br]I imagine they have a great[br]sense of their own importance.
But you take them[br]from their shells[br]and they die.
That is us,[br]Mr. Smith.[br]Aw, that's a lot of...
I know my class.
TakeJohanna with you and you[br]destroy her. Do you want to[br]destroy someone you love?
I don't want to[br]and I'm not going to![br]I'm gonna make her happy.
One chance[br]in a million.
Uh, bring[br]that apparatus here.
I don't know whether[br]she mentioned it...
but there are[br]two other offers[br]forJohanna's hand:
the Prince Baloshaza[br]and the Marques Lafuente.
And they're both idiots.[br]I agree.
No chance of[br]any wild love there.
But, uh,[br]let's look ahead.
PictureJohanna[br]in the two-family house[br]in Newark.
Oh, she may still love you[br]and yet as she dries the dishes,[br]won't she think:
"Tonight, there is[br]the gala opening[br]of the opera in Vienna.
"Last week should have been[br]at the races at Ascot[br]in the Royal enclosure.
wonder how the season is[br]at Biarritz. "[br]She won't think that.
Because she has you?[br]That's right.
Are you enough,[br]Mr. Smith?
Twenty-two fifty a week[br]with a four percent commission.
Do you think[br]I should go in?[br]No, Father.
On hearing such a fantastic[br]proposal, I wager His Majesty[br]fainted or had a stroke.
[Phonograph][br]What's he playing[br]music for?
Because everything's going[br]so well. Because His Majesty's[br]listened to him.
And that song... Tricking[br]an old man into a sentimental[br]mood. It's not fair.
It's yes, it's yes.
It's yes![br]The Emperor's cracking up.[br]Heaven help our poor monarchy.
Oh, monarchy, monarchy.[br]Crowns, titles, crests.[br]Who cares, Father? Who cares?
Well, don't just stand there,[br]Virgil, what happened?
[Makes Clicking Sound]
- What does that mean?[br]Is it all right?[br]- All right? It's great.
Oh, it's great.[br]Do you hear that?[br]What did His Majesty say?
Oh, exactly what[br]I wanted him to say.[br]Virgil!
I sure wanna thank you,[br]honey Countess, both for myself[br]and on behalf of the company.
Oh, it's all so wonderful.[br]What company?[br]The phonograph company.
They better send you[br]a bathtub full of roses.[br]Me, why?
Well, you helped swing[br]the deal, didn't you?[br]What deal?
I sold him[br]the phonograph.[br]You sold him...
What's he talking about?
Hush, Father. Go on, please.[br]I knew I could sell him[br]if I could just get to him.
He's a wonderful old guy.[br]He fell for it like that.[br]He did?
t'll be a cinch. Virgil Smith,[br]by appointment to His Majesty,[br]Frances Joseph the First.
Who made that appointment?[br]My little honey Countess.
My mind isn't as quick as yours.[br]Let's be quite clear about this.
It was that phonograph[br]from the very beginning?
Oh, come now, Countess.[br]What's a salesman after, first,[br]last and all the time? A sale.
Of course. And everything[br]that happened between us, all[br]those words, those silly dreams,
that was all part[br]of what you call...[br]a sales campaign?
I had a hunch you'd be[br]a little sore, but you couldn't[br]have taken it seriously.
A Countess and a drummer,[br]come now.
No, not really.[br]Only for a short time, perhaps,
which makes me very stupid[br]or you a very good[br]salesman, indeed.
The company thinks so.[br]They send me on all[br]the tough assignments.
- It wasn't so tough, was it?[br]- This is what you get[br]for stooping so low.
You're right, Father.
The blood rushes to one's head[br]and one gets a little dizzy[br]but I'm quite all right now.
[Virgil][br]No hard feelings?[br]No feelings at all.
It's so preposterous,[br]it's... it's funny.[br]It's nothing but funny.
You and that island[br]and that nasty little dog, and[br]my going to the Emperor for you.
t's funny[br]and it's asinine and humiliating[br]and a little disgusting,
but it's mostly funny.[br]Not so funny as me taking[br]a life-size countess to Newark.
This is yours,[br]I believe.[br]So it is.
Come on, Buttons.
Good-bye, Countess.[br]His respectful regards[br]to Scheherazade.
I never suspected that even[br]garbage could be so cheap.[br]Don't you know us Americans?
Anything for a dollar.[br] [Whistles]
Everything seemed so perfect[br]with that dreadful man[br]out of her life.
Johanna engaged[br]to the Marques Lafuente.[br]Half a dozen castles.
Seven. The Lafuentes have more[br]of everything. Their children[br]were born with 11 fingers.
And the poor American,[br]what happened to him?[br]Poor? What's poor about him?
He made a gigantic success[br]selling those machines by[br]the thousands, the little worm.
Worm indeed.[br]By what possible right did he[br]come to the Emperor's Ball?
Oh, why can't[br]he leaveJohanna alone?[br]What does he want from her now?
I wouldn't have broken[br]into that ballroom if it wasn't[br]a matter of life and death.
Mr. Smith,[br]I am not interested.
Countess, after this[br]You'll never see me again.[br]We're ready to go back home.
Only he'll never make it.[br]He'll never live to see America[br]again unless you help us.
No.[br]He's out there in a[br]sleigh, all bundled up.[br]You ought to see him.
Poor little rack of bones.[br]Hasn't slept in I don't know[br]how long. Won't eat.
Just lies there with his eyes[br]like a couple of candles[br]that are just about burned out.
I'm extremely sorry.[br]Last night he dragged[br]himself out of the hotel.
You know where I found him?[br]Down in front of your house.[br]I rang the bell.
One of your servants told me[br]Scheherazade was at the Palace.[br]She cannot be disturbed.
What are you trying to do?[br]You trying to take it out[br]on him for something I did?
Buttons isn't a businessman.[br]All Buttons did was[br]to lose his fool heart.
One doesn't die[br]of a lost heart, Mr. Smith,
except in those syrupy songs[br]chambermaids play[br]on your phonograph.
Aw, let him see her just once.[br]Give them one moment together[br]so the dog can breathe again.
You're not gonna let him die.[br]Let me go out to the sleigh[br]and get him.
Release my arm, Mr. Smith.[br]I'm expected back[br]in the ballroom.
I forgot the word, maybe.[br]Please.[br][Door Closes]
Johanna,[br]where have you been?[br]What is it, Father?
It's Scheherazade. Word's[br]just come from the stables.[br]The veterinary says any moment.
Well, aren't you coming[br]for the great event?[br]Of course, Father.
[Scratching At Window]
What are you doing here?[br]I thought I told you to wait[br]for me and stay covered up.
[Whines][br]She isn't here and you[br]wouldn't want to see her.
Not anymore.[br]Take my word for it.[br]All right, you asked for it.
She took the other fellow after[br]all, that royal stuffed shirt.
Seems at this very moment she's[br]presenting him with a family.[br]Now, do you give up?
[Whines, Barking][br]Here, Buttons.[br]Where are you going? Here.
Your Majesty.[br]Good evening, Dr. Zweiback.[br]Have they arrived yet?
Not quite yet,[br]Your Majesty.[br]How is the patient?
Admirable. Temperature normal,[br]pulse full, soft and regular.[br]We have no apprehensions.
I warn you, Dr. Zweiback,[br]I expect every care taken[br]in the delivery.
They shall be ushered into the[br]world with all the solicitude[br]of which my hands are capable.
Stop that nonsense.[br]Go back to your patient.
If Your Majesty will excuse me,[br]I feel that I should[br]be with her now.
[Sighs][br]Great relief[br]when this is all over.
I feel exactly as I did[br]when I was waiting[br]for the birth ofJohanna.
I realize this[br]is more important.
What shall we call the little[br]black things, Holenia?
I've made a list of a few[br]dark names. For the first born,[br]I should suggest Othello.
Good.[br]For the second,[br]perhaps Cafe Noir.
If he's very small,[br]Demi-tasse.
And if it's a female, Sheba.[br]Queen of Sheba, you know.[br]She was dark.
Simply inspired,[br]Your Majesty.
[Virgil][br]Hey, hey, Buttons.[br]Buttons.
Come on, Buttons, let's go home.[br]What do you got there?[br]What's the matter?
Quiet, darling.[br]How long, Dr. Zweiback?
Not long at all, Countess.[br]Not an hour. Not a minute.[br]Not a second...
because, hocus-pocus,[br]announcing the first arrival.
Your Majesty had promised Rome[br]to the Duke von Bregens.[br]Oh, not definitely.
There's an interesting[br]possibility in the Hague.
How so?[br][Knocking At Door]
Yes.[br]The puppies[br]have arrived.
Well?[br]You've lost one of them?[br]Well? No.
Are they deformed?[br]Have they got two heads?[br]No.
What is it?[br]Brace yourself,[br]Baron Holenia.
That blasted blackJezebel.[br]Father, please, don't.[br]Not now.
Isn't there one of them[br]that hasn't got so much white?[br]That's all there is, Baron.
Cursed. Cursed.[br]She can't do this to me.
She seems[br]to have done it, Father.
Your Majesty would like to know[br]if there are any developments.[br]There are.
What is it, Holenia?[br]I was told to come here because[br]it would happen at any minute.
When will it happen?[br]It has happened,[br]Your Majesty.
It has? How many?[br]Three, Your Majesty.
Three? Is that all?[br]It's not many but I dare say[br]it will have to do.
Where are my glasses?[br]I want to see them at once.
I don't think[br]Your Majesty should.[br]Why?[br]Why shouldn't I see them?
Your Majesty, great grief[br]has befallen us. The puppies...
Come, come, come.[br]It was beyond my control,[br]Your Majesty.
The puppies[br]were born dead.
Dead?[br][Dr. Zweiback] One of those[br]rare, unpredictable occurrences.
The expected mother[br]must've had a fall.[br]Dead? All three of them?
[Holenia][br]Yes, Your Majesty.[br]Dead is such an ugly word.
We're bitterly sorry for[br]Your Majesty's disappointment.[br]How is Scheherazade?
She's recovering nicely,[br]thank you, Your Majesty.
Poor Louis.[br]It will be quite a blow.
In this our moment[br]of sorrow, may I venture[br]to offer some consolation?
There will be other days.[br]She'll give us some puppies yet.[br]That's the way to look at it.
Come spring[br]and we can count[br]on another litter.
The question is,[br]can I count on another spring?
If I may be permitted, Your[br]Majesty, it's almost 11:00.[br]What of it?
The ball, Your Majesty.[br]Your Majesty is to appear[br]at 11:00.
His Majesty is[br]in no mood for a ball.[br]You're quite right.
I'm in the mood for a cemetery.[br]Let us proceed to the ball.
[Dr. Zweiback Whispering][br]Baron Holenia.
The puppies.[br]What about the puppies?[br]Didn't you hear? They're dead.
They are?[br]They must be.[br]Dead, buried, forgotten.
See to it at once.[br]That's an order.
All right, Andreas.[br]You heard the orders.
Cover up the head.
May I come in or is it past[br]visiting hours?[br]Who are you? Get out of here!
Oh, aren't you being a little[br]rude? This little gentlemen[br]is a very close relative.
Nobody's allowed in here.[br]Oh, well, he is.[br]Say hello to them.
Keep away from her.[br]Here, look out.[br]What are you doing?
[Puppies Squealing,[br]Water Running][br]Where are the pups?
Throw him out![br]Wait a minute. Where are those[br]pups? What goes on here?
Orders have been given.[br]What orders?[br]What are you gonna do?
Get out of here![br]Aaah.
[Dr. Zweiback][br]Hold him.!
I flatter myself I handled[br]the puppy situation rather well.
Do you think it's ever wise[br]to lie to His Majesty?[br]The puppies are dead.
I gave orders.[br]Sssh.[br]Father!
[Orchestra Stops][br]You're not gonna kill 'em.[br]You're not gonna, understand?
'm not gonna let you.!
don't care how many of you[br]there are. T's probably a good[br]thing there are so many of you.
Maybe all of you can scrape up[br]decency to lay off three duffers[br]who'vejust begun to breathe!
[Panting][br]There not pure enough[br]for you, huh?
Not quite your sort.[br]Freaks! Little mongrels[br]You wouldn't have around!
So what are you gonna do?[br]You're gonna shake 'em off that[br]great, big noble family tree...
and let them rot[br]as if nothing had happened!
What have you there,[br]Mr. Smith?
Scheherazade's puppies,[br]and you know it!
Baron Holenia.[br]It seemed wiser. I didn't want[br]to shock Your Majesty.
Bring them here,[br]Mr. Smith.
And as my hearing[br]is not impaired, please[br]do not shout at me.
Well, I wanted[br]to get my two cents worth in[br]before you started talking.
Last time, like a chump,[br]I kept my mouth shut[br]and what did you do?
You sold me about the wrong side[br]of the tracks and me not being[br]good enough. You remember?
Are we discussing the Countess[br]von Stolzenberg-Stolzenberg[br]or the contents of that basket?
Well, it amounts[br]to the same thing.[br]Only now I know,
with your very kind permission,[br]that you were full[br]of cracked ice!
Or maybe I was[br]to fall for it and walk out[br]and make a heel out of myself!
Virgil, will you say that[br]again, please, slowly[br]and plainly and simply?
Not now, honey Countess.
Your Majesty, was it me[br]that you made him give up?[br]Yes, Johanna, yes.
We both agreed that with him,[br]You had only one chance[br]in a million to be happy.
Your Majesty thinks that I am[br]happy? Isn't one chance in a[br]million better than no chance?
My dear, you're much[br]too pretty for mathematics.[br]They're all boys.
That's right.[br]Boys run in Buttons' family.
This tiny one has a bite[br]like a nutcracker.[br]They're sweet, Your Majesty.
They'll be the strongest,[br]the smartest, the funniest...
And between Buttons and me,[br]we'll bring 'em up right[br]when we get 'em back home.
- Can I have 'em back now, sir?[br]- You cannot.
Why should you have Buttons,[br]Johanna, Scheherazade[br]and the puppies?
Maybe we could leave one.[br]The one who's so attached[br]to His Majesty's finger.
Sounds like a good deal.[br]I'd even be willing to[br]withdraw the cracked ice crack.
I'm keeping them all.[br]Now leave me alone.[br]Go on, dance, all of you.
[Orchestra][br]Your Majesty, if I may...
You may not, Holenia.[br]I will talk to you later.
Putzi, how do I[br]look to you now?
I think the word[br]is ravishing.[br]Shall we dance?
[Virgil][br]Love is a dream
Yet it's so real
Hard to explain
Just how you feel
Deep in your heart
Joy seems to dwell
Like poets say
It's perfectly swell
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Enterprise - 2x04 - Dead Stop
Enterprise - 2x05 - A Night in Sickbay
Enterprise - 2x06 - Marauders
Enterprise - 2x08 - The Communicator
Enterprise - 2x15 - Cease Fire
Enterprise - 2x16 - Future Tense
Enterprise - 2x17 - Canamar
Enterprise - 2x18 - The Crossing
Enterprise - 2x19 - Judgment
Enterprise - 2x20 - Horizon
Enterprise - 2x21 - The Breach
Enterprise - 2x22 - Cogenitor
Enterprise - 2x23 - Regeneration
Enterprise - 2x24 - First Flight
Enterprise - 2x25 - Bounty
Enterprise - 2x26 - The Expanse
Enterprise - 3x01 - The Xindi
Enterprise - 3x02 - Anomaly
Enterprise - 3x03 - Extinction
Enterprise - 3x04 - Rajiin
Enterprise - 3x05 - Impulse
Enterprise - 3x06 - Exile
Enterprise - 3x07 - The Shipment
Enterprise - 3x08 - Twilight
Enterprise - 3x09 - North Star
Enterprise - 3x10 - Similitude
Enterprise - 3x11 - Carpenter Street
Enterprise - 3x12 - Chosen Realm
Enterprise - 3x13 - Proving Ground
Enterprise - 3x14 - Stratagems
Enterprise - 3x15 - Harbinger
Enterprise - 3x16 - Doctors Orders
Enterprise - 3x17 - Hatchery
Enterprise - 3x18 - Azati Prime
Enterprise - 3x22 - The Council
Enterprise - 3x23 - Countdown
Enterprise - 3x24 - Zero Hour
Enterprise - 4x01 - Storm Front
Enterprise - 4x03 - Home
Enterprise - 4x05 - Cold Station 12
Enterprise - 4x06 - The Augments
Enterprise - 4x07 - The Forge
Enterprise - 4x08 - Awakening
Enterprise - 4x10 - Daedalus
Enterprise - 4x11 - Observer Effect
Enterprise - 4x12 - Babel One
Enterprise - 4x13 - United
Enterprise - 4x14 - The Aenar
Enterprise - 4x15 - Affliction
Era of Vampire The
Eric Clapton - Live In Hyde Park
Eric Clapton - Live On Tour 2001
Erik The Viking
Erin Brockovich 2000
Erotic Ghost Story
Errol Morris Mr Death 1999
Escape From Hong Kong Island
Escape From Taliban 2003 CD1
Escape From Taliban 2003 CD2
Escape from Absolom
Escape from Alcatraz
Escape from LA
Escape from the Planet of the Apes
Espinazo Del Diablo El
Eternal Blood 2002
Ethernal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Ett anstandigt liv (A Decent Life 1979)
Eu Tu Eles
Europa Europa 1990
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues 1993
Even Dwarfs Started Small 1968
Evening With Kevin Smith An CD1
Evening With Kevin Smith An CD2
Ever After - A Cinderella Story (1998)
Everwood 01x01 - Pilot - Extended Version
Everwood 01x02 - The Great Doctor Brown
Everwood 01x03 - Friendly Fire
Everwood 01x04 - The Kissing Bridge
Everwood 01x05 - Deer God
Everwood 01x06 - The Doctor is in
Everwood 01x07 - We Hold These Truths
Everwood 01x08 - Till Death Do Us Part
Everyday People 2004
Everyone Says I Love You
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask
Evil Dead 3 - Army of Darkness (DirCut) CD1
Evil Dead 3 - Army of Darkness (DirCut) CD2
Evil Words 2003
Exocist The Beginnig
Exorcist The (The Version You have Never Seen)
Exorcist The Directors Cut
Explosive City 2004
Extreme Measures 1996
Extremely Goofy Movie An
Eye 2 The
Eye For An Eye 1996 25fps
Eye Of The Beholder
Eye The 2002
Eyes Wide Shut CD1
Eyes Wide Shut CD2
Eyes Without a Face
Eyes of Laura Mars