- Miss Fanny? - Down here, Emma. Third row.
I came in early to tidy up, and the doorman said you were in.
What you doing out there?
The one place in the theatre I've never sat.
Maybe things look different from here.
This is the day, isn't it?
Any word yet?
No. The wire just said tonight.
Nervous, happy, scared, excited...
I'm going to make a fresh pot of coffee. You coming?
I think I'll just sit here for a while, okay?
Well, I'll be in the dressing room if you want me.
Mr. Ziegfeld wants to see you. When you feel like it, he says.
He'll be waiting in his office.
Did you hear that, Mrs. Strakosh?
Ziegfeld is waiting for me.
See, you were wrong, Mrs. Strakosh.
No, Fanny, darling, I'm not wrong.
For a girl, for average, you're a pleasure.
But when people pay good money in the theatre...
...especially the male element, they want something extra to look at.
But if a girl isn't...
If a girl isn't what?
Don't worry, they'll look at me.
The whole world will look at me and be stunned.
It was all right when you were a child and made funny faces.
- Then, you were cute. - My condolences, you're no longer cute.
Right off the net! Fresh fish!
Hey, wait a minute.
No, it's all right. I'm one of the 8 Beautiful Girls 8.
Well, the makeup helps a lot.
Sell it, sell it.
Get in there, Fanny.
Knees high. High! Way up there.
Hold it, Eddie.
You, with the skinny legs.
You. Yes, you, with the bloomers!
- You're fired. - What?
You call that a replacement? Did you owe somebody a favour?
- It seemed like a funny idea. - Why?
- That's what I say. - Back at 4.
But listen, you're making a mistake.
I've had a lot of experience. I've been on-stage since I was 10.
Amateur contests, Gottlieb's Southern Repertory...
...professional companies. I doubled six parts.
I played a daughter and her father. A 60-year-old Indian.
- Listen, girlie... - Hau.
You've got to face facts. You don't look like the other girls.
- But... - You got skinny legs, you stick out.
And you are out!
I want to tell you something...
- Sorry, kid. - Give me a chance!
I do a terrific time step! Watch!
Suppose all you ever had was onion rolls.
Suppose all you ever had was onion rolls.
Now, all of a sudden, in walks a bagel.
So you take a look at it and say, "What is that?"...
...until you tried it. That's my trouble.
What's your trouble?
I'm a bagel on a plate full of onion rolls!
Nobody recognizes me. Listen:
Oh, sure. Let's go.
- No autographs, please. - What? What'd she say?
You think beautiful girls'll stay in style forever?
I should say not. Any minute now they're gonna be out. Finished!
Then it'll be my turn!
- Mom! - Mom!
You're no chorus girl.
You're a singer and a comic.
Yeah. With skinny legs.
So why'd you try out for the chorus?
Because that's what you were looking for.
If you were looking for a juggler, I'd have been one.
I just gotta get on the stage somehow.
How come you hired me?
Because you wanted it so much.
You sure you're tough enough for show business?
- Say, can you roller skate? - You got a sudden urge to go skating?
I'm trying a novelty number tomorrow. If you can skate, be here at noon.
- And Keeney? - He won't be in till night.
- By then the number'll be in the show. - But he'll kill you. Or fire you.
Not if you're good.
Are you sure you can roller skate?
Can I roller skate?
- You said you could skate. - I thought I could.
- Nora. - Sandra.
- Cherry. - Wilma.
- Ruthie. - Polly.
Go. Get out there.
Thanks, mister, I really...
- Lady, back inside. - What are you doing?
- Stay there. - What are you doing?
They liked you. Go back out there, Fan. Go ahead, honey.
- You, stay back. - It's my show!
No, you don't.
Oh, I'm sorry.
Her. On her. Over there!
Eddie, they liked it! Did you hear that...?
- Mr. Keeney... - Get the next act on.
What do you think I'm paying you for? So they shouldn't like it?
You're paying me?
I don't know what you pay me, but I bet it isn't enough.
When I get around to thinking about you, I'll let you know.
Well, if it isn't Miss Roller Skates.
- Listen, I'm really sorry, girls. - Oh, sure you are.
We heard the applause.
I'm sorry I loused up the number, but I couldn't help it.
But I'm glad it was a hit.
Who do you think will see you here? Florenz Ziegfeld?
You think the word can't spread? I'll spread it myself.
I know a lady who knows the lady who makes his shirts.
He's gonna hear about me.
Go ahead and laugh. I'm telling you something.
One night, you'll be laughing and kidding, just like that...
...and there'll be a knock.
You see? And there he'll be: Ziegfeld!
Sorry to disappoint you, but the name's Arnstein.
- Did you want to see someone? - Yes.
- I beg your pardon? - Oh, I mean, your shirt.
It's absolutely the most gorgeous thing I've ever seen in my life.
What's it made out of?
French handkerchief linen. It goes very limp, though.
Yeah. I can see. Except, it's really beautiful.
All the tailcoats I've seen, I mean...
...well, they were rented, you know...
...they all got these stiff shirts.
Well, this one's just for fun.
You've probably heard this so often that it's boring...
...but I had to say how much I enjoyed what you did.
It's not so boring. You'd be surprised how boring it isn't.
You're going to be a big star, Miss...
Brice. Fanny Brice.
I'll look for it in lights.
- What did you say your name was? - Nick Arnstein.
- Thinking about me yet, Mr. Keeney? - It's you. Hello, Arnstein.
I'll give you $25 a week. Take it or leave it.
- I'll take it. - Leave it.
I'm offering 35.
You're offering? Since when are you...?
In show business? I'm not.
One of your competitors authorized me to deal for him...
...whenever I ran across a talent I considered really unique.
...$35 a week?
- 40. - 45.
Well, I wasn't authorized to go over 50.
She's yours for $50 a week. Congratulations.
$50 a week?
$50 a week? I'm almost a millionaire!
- Hey, who's the competitor? - There's no competitor.
What do you mean, you were bluffing? Like in a poker game?
- What if Keeney had stopped first? - You'd have lost.
- I would've lost a job. - I was willing to take a chance.
With my job?
- Come on. - We're waiting. Hurry up.
I'll be with you in a minute.
Wow. Are those yours?
I'm just minding them for a friend.
Look, we're going to Delmonico's for supper. Won't you join us?
We'd be happy to wait while you change.
I'd have to change too much. Nobody could wait that long.
I'd have a much better time and a lot more laughs.
...but I'm meeting some people in my mother's saloon.
You want a few jokes to take with you?
I'll wait till the next time we meet, which will be soon, I hope.
Put a little starch in the last rinse.
That way, it won't go so limp.
A little starch...
...in the last rinse.
Thank you. I won't forget.
It's a telegram!
There's a telegram for Mrs. Brice!
A telegram for the Brices! The Western Union man.
That's life for you. Somebody's dead.
Come on, telegram!
- What do you think of my new song? - I like the old one better.
Yeah, but I'm tired of it. I've been singing it for six months.
- So? - So?
- Oh, look, here's Fanny now. - Let her mama tell her.
Who is it, Mama?
Auntie Blanche or Lou?
"Dear Miss Brice. Stop.
Please meet me at the New Amsterdam Theatre...
...on Thursday at 11:00 a.m. Stop. Florence Ziegfeld."
See? By heart, like the Pledge Allegiance.
Mazel tov, Fanny, darling. Mazel tov.
- I knew you'd do it. - My stomach aches.
I wonder how a mother could call a boy Florence.
I wonder how a mother could call a boy Florenz.
- You think it's a job or an audition? - A job.
You know what I think? Somebody talked to him about me.
See, I met this guy backstage one night with a ruffled shirt on.
Just the kind you figure to know Ziegfeld.
I bet you he said a word. That's what must have happened.
- Oh, my head aches. - Nothing aches.
- You're built like a horse. - I have nothing to wear.
What's she been walking around in all this time? Towels?
It's coming too easy. That's what's got me scared.
Where's all the suffering before you click?
And the hard knocks, the setbacks you're supposed to learn from?
This is too quick. I haven't suffered enough yet.
The job's not yours yet. If it were, who says you won't lose it in a week?
Cheer up. You may suffer later.
If you're as bossy with Ziegfeld as you are with...
I am not bossy with you or anyone.
And even if I was...
...Ziegfeld isn't just anyone.
...Ziegfeld isn't just anyone.
And believe me...
...whatever he tells me to do, that's what I'll do.
Bravo! Perfectly charming, and I'm delighted.
John, will you get the bride music for Miss Brice, please?
- Yes, sir. - You mean I'm hired?
- I'm a Ziegfeld Girl? - That's exactly what you are.
I'm a Ziegfeld Girl.
Miss Brice, you will do "Second Hand Rose" in the first act...
...and you will sing this new number in the finale.
Anything you say.
And just go along with Tony, and he'll teach it to you.
John, I want to see the second act opening right from the top.
I'll watch it from the balcony. Turn on the rails.
Bill, will you turn on the rails for Mr. Ziegfeld, please?
We'll do the second act opening, kids.
This way, miss.
Mr. Ziegfeld? Mr. Ziegfeld?
Yoo-hoo, Mr. Ziegfeld?
Georgia, you're late.
- Where is he? - He's up above. Like God.
Mr. Ziegfeld? Mr. Ziegfeld?
Yes, Miss Brice?
I don't want to be in the finale.
What was that you said?
Well, I just...
I can't sing words like:
"I am the beautiful reflection of my love's affection." I mean...
Well, it's embarrassing. I'll just do my first number...
...and we'll call it a night, okay?
- No, it's not okay. - Why not?
Miss Brice, may I remind you that you're in my theatre?
So nobody argues with the landlord?
Wait there. I'm coming down.
Take five. Take five, everybody.
- Is that bad, he's coming down? - Lf you want to stay in the show.
- What's your name? - Fanny Brice.
- Georgia James. - Hi.
- Tell him you were wrong. - But I'm not.
In that case, it was nice to have met you.
What is all this? Not two minutes ago you said:
"Anything you say, Mr. Ziegfeld." Remember?
Yes, and I'm sorry. But if I come out opening night...
...telling the audience how beautiful I am, I'll be back at Keeney's...
...before the curtain comes down.
I assure you that won't happen.
But I need a strong voice in the finale.
But please take me out of it.
Miss Brice, if I take you out of the finale...
...l'll also take you out of the Follies.
It's just that simple.
Okay, you win.
You don't win fair, but you win.
John, forget the second act opening.
I want to see the bride number with Miss Brice.
- She can walk through it. - Right, sir.
All right, this'll be the bride number.
Listen, can I hum it?
You will sing the words exactly as written.
And that, Miss Brice, is the end of this discussion.
Yes, Mr. Ziegfeld.
Whatever you say, Mr. Ziegfeld.
My friend the showstopper.
- You could have told me. - I didn't know about it...
...until I was in my dressing room, and I saw...
I had to do something.
Ladies and gentlemen, thank you very much.
It went beautifully. You were all very good...
...and I am proud of you.
- Congratulations. - Thank you.
- Wonderful, Flo. - That finale topped everything.
- Mr. Ziegfeld, l... - Be quiet.
The bride number was wonderful.
Yes, that was fun, wasn't it?
All right, Miss Brice.
- I'm waiting. - I don't blame you for being mad.
But I didn't do it out of spite. I didn't plan it.
I was just sitting here and...
"Oh, look. What do you know?"
I couldn't do it straight like those girls.
They would have laughed.
- And they did. - Yes, but it was my joke. You see?
They laughed with me, not at me. Because I wanted them to laugh.
But, I mean... You know what I mean.
No, explain it to me.
- Miss Brice can't see anyone. - Oh, not even her mama?
- Mama... - Darling, everybody's talking.
You were wonderful.
You know, we're so proud of you, we're ready to bust.
Proud, yes. But surprised, no.
- Mr. Ziegfeld, this is my mother. - Oh, the big boss.
Oh, Mr Ziegfeld. You have a hit on your hands.
Especially with my daughter.
This is Mrs. Strakosh, our neighbour.
And this is Eddie Ryan. He's my friend.
Oh, Mr Ziegfeld. How do you do?
Mr. Ziegfeld, you're a genius.
To put a beautiful wedding gown on a girl that's in the family way.
Who would think of such a thing?
Only one person I know.
We'd better go. Mrs. Brice is expecting half the neighbourhood.
Free beer. You come, huh?
Mama, I'll come home soon.
Take your time. I'm gonna be so busy showing off.
How many mothers on Henry Street are the mother of a Ziegfeld star?
- Bye. - I'll see you later.
Well, you have a charming mother, and I have a problem.
I ought to fire you. But I love talent.
And it's hard to quarrel with five curtain calls.
There you are. That's my problem.
So I guess I'll have to give you another chance.
Oh, Mr. Ziegfeld!
- Did he fire you? - Not yet.
But I'll ring the curtain down on you...
...if you disobey my orders again.
I won't. I won't. Never, ever.
I'll do it straight tomorrow night.
...without the pillow.
You'll do it exactly like tonight.
- That's an order. - You liked it?
No! But the audience did. That's why I'm going to give you another number.
I'll choose a new song for you.
Thank you, Mr. Ziegfeld! The only thing is, about that song.
A song, you know, it's a very, very intimate thing.
I mean, it's really between me and the audience.
So one of the things I really feel definite about is choosing my own.
Choosing your own what?
- And congratulations. Both of you. - Hello, Nick.
- It's you, my first ruffled shirt. - Good to see you. How're they running?
Ahead, Flo, just like you and this little girl.
First time I saw her, I had a hunch you belonged together.
I had the same hunch. And it's aging me...
I knew it. It was you who told him about me.
- No, I wish I had. - I don't believe you.
Have it your own way.
And you had it your own way on that stage tonight, didn't you?
Six curtain calls.
- But you stopped the show. - I did! I stopped the Follies!
I knew it. I wrote the card with your flowers before the show.
- What? - The yellow roses.
I didn't even have a chance to look!
Oh, they're beautiful.
- "Dear Star, I told you so." - Don't forget, I saw you workout.
Where would you like to go?
Luchow's? Delmonico's? A party? Two parties?
- I can't. I gotta meet some people... - "At my mother's saloon."
- Not again. Can't you skip it? - It wouldn't be nice.
It's sort of a party for me.
- You want to come? - I'd love to.
- You mean it? - Of course.
Think it over. It's a neighbourhood thing.
It might waste the whole evening for you.
I'll be with you, won't I?
Go ahead, get dressed.
Candidly, Mrs. Brice, that's a good-looking fellow.
Gorgeous. He reminds me of Fanny's papa, my ex, also gorgeous.
Wherever he is, he should only stay there, huh?
What do you do anyway? I mean, between my opening nights?
- Live. - Everybody does that.
Hardly anyone does. But I do. And on the side, I gamble.
You just gamble?
Yes. Like you did tonight.
No, Mrs. Strakosh, I'm not married.
So you're Mrs. Strakosh's married daughter, Sadie.
To a dentist.
Mr. Arnstein, could I interest you in a friendly little game of poker?
- I was hoping you'd ask me. - Oh, good.
- Deuces, 10s and jokers wild. - What?
We're out for blood.
- Would you care to deal? - All right.
I think he's played a game of poker before, that Mr. Arnstein.
The way he looks to home.
He's a gentleman.
- A gentleman fits in any place. - A sponge fits in any place.
To me, when a person's a stranger, they should act a little strange.
- I call. - I call.
I'm afraid you're too good for me.
I see. I got two pair.
Oh, I win, I win, I win!
- How much do I owe? - I think 27 cents.
Fine bunch of crooks I introduced you to.
We had more practice, that's all.
Oh, Fanny, darling, I'm so happy for your success.
- Only one thing could make me happier. - What?
To dance at your wedding.
Come on, children, sit down.
Talk a little.
Should I murder her now or wait till the party's over?
- Now. - No, I like her.
Besides, I've been waiting all evening for a chance to be alone with you.
Where does that go?
It's the alley.
Alone at last.
- Thanks, Mrs. Nadler. - I got up on account of the baby.
- He's a regular midnight fisherman! - He'll outgrow it.
Alone at last.
That's Henry Street.
You're never alone. Everybody worries about everybody.
It's my home. I love having people care about me.
But I don't see how anyone could help caring about you.
Why, because I'm funny?
Well, that's part of it.
It's a funny thing. I've imagined you practically all over the world:
Paris, London, the Delaware Water Gap.
Everyplace. Everyplace except Henry Street. And here you are.
You've imagined me?
Well, I mean, I thought about you a lot.
Maybe it was your ruffled shirt.
Anyway, you're like a character in a book to me.
And I hadn't read many books, see?
So that makes you kind of...
- I talk a lot, don't I? - Yes.
But it's one of the things I like best about you.
Boy, have you got good manners.
- It's your turn. Say something. - All right.
With all these people who care about you by the blockful and theatre-full...
...doesn't it ever narrow down to just one special person?
You mean, like a boyfriend?
I haven't had time.
But don't get me wrong. I mean, I know a million guys.
- After all, I am in the theatre. - Oh, yes.
Well, see, I've been very busy and...
How about you?
- Hundreds of girls, huh? - Oh, thousands!
Tonight should be a nice change for you.
That way, I don't get too involved.
I like to feel free.
You can get lonesome being that free.
You can get lonesome being that busy.
Who would think to look at us that we got the same problem?
Fanny, you're an enchanting girl. I wish I could get to know you better.
So give me six good reasons why not?
I must catch a train for Kentucky early in the morning.
What's in Kentucky?
A half interest in a little farm. I breed horses.
What's the matter, they can't do it alone?
Hey, you all packed? So, what are you doing around here?
It's late. I'll walk you to the car.
- I'll go say good night. - No, I'll say it for you.
You know, if you weren't in a show...
...I think I'd have asked you to come with me.
Too bad, isn't it?
I don't know. What with the Follies and an indecent proposal...
...it's been quite a night.
It was indecent, wasn't it?
- Very. - Thank God.
At least I can tell Mrs. Strakosh things are looking up.
- May I call you when I come back? - Sure. When's that?
I don't know exactly. I may go right on to Europe or the Coast...
You see, I never have definite plans.
They make me feel too tied down.
But I'll call you.
Watch your step.
Watch your step.
- You the Ziegfeld Girls? - You can't tell?
All right, dear, line up over here.
Conductor, baby. What time is it, and where are we?
It's 7 a.m., miss, and we're in Baltimore.
Okay, girls, that's it. Smile pretty.
Good. All right, girls. Hold it, hold it.
Now, where's that new star...
Enter the star.
Hold it. Perfect. This'll just take a minute, Miss Brice.
How about a smile, Miss Brice?
So shoot the picture.
Oh, very good.
- Great. - Yes, wasn't it? I loved it.
How wonderful to see you.
And how wonderful you look.
You look good too. The first time I've seen you in broad daylight.
You haven't changed. And I'm glad.
- Do you know how long it's been? - Just a year.
And two weeks.
What are you doing here?
I'm waiting for the train from New York.
- My train? - That's right.
Fanny, will you have dinner with me tonight?
Tell me all about Mrs. Strakosh, and about you.
When a fellow gets up at 7 a.m. To meet a girl's train...
I came here to meet another girl, named Elsie.
I have plans, so you can have dinner with her.
It'll be very dull.
There she is now.
Thanks, Jack. I'll see you at the stables.
- That's my girl Elsie. - Skinny legs, just like mine.
How about dinner? Will you, Fanny?
You always ask me out, don't you?
Whenever you happen to run into me.
- I've never known anyone so polite. - Fanny, l...
But I still have other plans. And I really must go.
Fanny, I can't give up this easily.
I want to see you too much. We've such a lot to catch up on.
Where are you staying? Majestic?
There's a nice private dining room downstairs.
I'll reserve it for 8:00. I hope you'll change your mind.
I'll be waiting.
No law against waiting.
People do it all the time.
"No law against waiting," I said.
"People do it all the time."
I was a regular Theda Bara.
For once in my life, I didn't say too much, I didn't say too little.
I said just enough, then I walked.
You like these flowers in my hair?
Why should I have dinner with him? I'm not hungry.
You like the earrings?
Even if I was hungry, I don't need him to buy my dinner.
Then why are you going?
- I said, why...? - Who said I was going?
Won't you please come in?
May I take your wrap?
That colour looks wonderful with your eyes.
Just my right eye. I hate what it does to the left.
You planning to make advances?
I wasn't planning it, but it does seem possible.
Before dinner or after dinner?
You look beautiful.
Don't make leading lady dialogue for me. I'm a comic.
- On-stage. - That's where I live, on-stage.
Then you're missing too much.
You said we had a lot to catch up on.
I'm touring with the Follies. A week here, then a week in Chicago.
Then we rehearse a new show after that. What about you?
My girl Elsie's running in the Baltimore Handicap next Friday.
- After that, I'm not sure because... - You never had definite plans.
Somebody laid an egg on your table.
- What is it? - A blue marble egg.
I got it in Rome ages ago.
It's one of my favourite things. I thought you might like to have it.
A blue marble egg, and yellow roses...
You went to a lot of trouble even though you weren't sure I'd come.
I hoped you would.
Just as I hope you like very dry sherry.
I wouldn't know dry from wet.
What are you so angry about?
I'm sorry I'm disappointing you, but what did you expect?
You didn't answer my question. Why are you so angry?
I am not angry! Why don't you answer a question?
Should I be flattered because your train isn't leaving in the morning?
This time you have a few days to kill. You're not slumming at Keeney's now.
- I never was and you know it. - Don't holler!
- I'm not hollering. You are. - That's different.
I'm a natural hollerer. Anyway, I answered your silly question.
Look, why don't we cut through all this and get to the point, which is:
Why didn't I call you when I got back from Kentucky?
You got busy.
There could be a hundred reasons.
I wanted to stay away from you.
We were heading for something you couldn't have known how to handle.
What makes you think I do now?
If you don't...
...it's time you learned.
Maybe we should order now?
Are you sure you want to stay?
...might as well have dinner.
Paul, I think we're about ready now.
Caviar, to begin with?
No, I don't think so.
Then we'll have filet de boeuf, sauce bordelaise.
Very good, Paul. Thank you.
Very good. Thank you.
I would have ordered roast beef and potatoes.
What's the matter?
If I can't tell what you're ordering...
...how will I know when you're making advances?
You'll know. I'll be much more direct.
You'll know. I'll be much more direct.
I'm calling you. What have you got?
Ace of diamonds...
...jack of spades, nine of hearts...
...four of clubs and two of diamonds.
Take it. I thought you were bluffing.
What do you hear from Fanny?
This morning she telephoned, long-distance.
- Oh, yeah? - How did she sound?
Two shows in a row, three months on the road.
How do you think she sounded? Tired.
- She didn't sound tired. - Excuse me, I made a mistake.
She sounded silly, she kept laughing.
Maybe something strike her comical.
A mother says, "How are you?" That's so comical?
She breaks out laughing.
Another thing. On the road, she lives like a mouse.
All day in the hotel, all night in the theatre, no fresh air.
But suddenly in Baltimore, MD, she's running...
...up streets, down streets, museums, racetracks, graveyards yet.
- Do you think it could be a fellow? - Think? I know.
- Who? - Who is it?
- The ruffled shirt! - The ruffled shirt.
Lady, if you're game for this one, he's on the house.
Nobody in history ever had three.
Start boiling the water.
I'm proud to think that I'm the man...
...who introduced you to your first lobster.
Among other things.
I get so mad when I think of what I missed before I met you.
I played Baltimore before...
...but never realized it was such a beautiful city.
It makes me wish you'd come with us tomorrow.
See what you can do for Chicago.
I was going to, I decided yesterday.
Now I can't.
What happened between yesterday and now?
You were there. Elsie lost the Baltimore Handicap.
I lost Elsie and my shirt.
But I was watching you.
You didn't blink an eye. You didn't lose your ruffled shirt.
No, darling. I never lose that.
Nor my gambling money. Just about everything else.
...I have to take a train for New York at midnight...
...and the Berengaria for Europe tomorrow night.
Stop boiling the water. I just lost my appetite.
- What's in Europe? - It's what's on the boat to Europe.
Bored men who have nothing to do for eight days but play cards.
You are going to Europe so you can play cards on the boat?
Fanny, that's how I live. I told you that on Henry Street...
...and the first night we were here. - Yes, I know.
I know it by heart.
...you don't have to worry. You're not involved.
But I am involved...
...with a girl who has her own work, is too busy to get lonesome.
So we wave to each other from boats and trains.
I better get to the theatre.
Fanny, please don't look sad.
You walk back into my life, change everything and walk out again.
How should I look? Happy?
But I'll be back in your life again. Very soon.
Like last time.
- Not a bit like last time. - So, what's different?
I love you.
Do you mean that?
You're not just trying to be polite?
You do mean it.
What do you know?
It's been the most beautiful week in my whole life.
Fanny, I should hurry if I'm to drop you, get packed...
...and catch that train for New York.
Pick me up at the theatre at 11...
...and I'll go to the station with you.
Oh, why not? Are you afraid I'll cry?
No. I'm afraid I will.
So where have you been since 6:00 this morning?
If you're gonna die whenever you say goodbye to a man...
Calling Miss Brice, Miss Fanny Brice.
- Miss Brice? - Yeah?
- You feel better now? - Yeah. Yeah.
- Thank you. - Thank you. Thank you.
- Ten dollars? - Thank you!
From Fanny? The last of the five-cent tippers?
Yeah, I should have made it 20.
Emma. Emma. Where's Emma?
What is it, Fanny?
I am not going to die. That's all.
And I'm not going to Chicago, either.
Are you crazy? What are you gonna tell Ziegfeld?
I'd better find out. Please get him on the phone for me.
Where's Emma? Have you seen Emma?
Where is she? Em?
- Miss Fanny? - Be an angel and help me. Hold these.
I'm only taking that bag and that one. I'm not going to Chicago.
What do you mean, you're not going to Chicago?!
Where are you going?
Empire Limited departing for New York at 8:30 a. M...
... now boarding at track 14.
I told him.
Please talk to her, Miss Georgia.
Once Fanny makes up her mind, she makes up her mind.
But somebody has to talk to her.
- Who is it? - Ziegfeld.
You don't need me. You have four other good names...
...and the tour is over in two weeks.
- You've said a lot of idiotic things. - No, Flo.
That's the most unprofessional thing I've ever heard in my entire life!
Simmer down before your ulcer flares up.
Funny, since you gave me that ulcer.
Now, listen, Flo, I love the theatre.
I love to hear an audience applaud, but you can't take an audience home!
I want a personal life too. Just wish me luck.
She can't stop in the middle... What did he say?
- He hung up. - Let me have that phone.
Ladies of the ensemble, adieu.
- Where are you going? - New York.
- Why? - I'm going to Europe with Nick.
- What? - You're kidding!
When I meet a guy I want, I won't make jokes.
Did Nick ask you to go with him?
...when he sees me, he'll be glad.
One ticket on the Empire Limited departing for New York at 8:30 a.m.
Haven't you any pride?
I love the guy and I want to be with him.
- You're making a fool of yourself. - Georgia, this is right for me.
- Is it right for Nick? - I'll make it right for him!
- Don't stick your neck out this way! - Don't do it! Don't do it!
Don't. You mustn't do it.
Don't tell me...
Would you like all of these out, sir?
- Oh, no. Just these two, please. - Thank you, sir.
If you hadn't looked exactly the way you did...
...this could have been embarrassing.
You crazy girl.
What are you doing here?
I figured that if I waited for you to make your fortune...
...how would you know that I wasn't after you for your money?
I promise I'll never tie you down. I promise.
Will that be all?
Yes, steward. Thank you.
Thank you, sir.
I say, I caught your show the last time I was in port.
You were marvellous.
- Oh, thank you. - Thank you.
Ring if you need me, Mr. Brice.
Courvoisier, Mr. Arnstein?
Yes, perfect. And a...
...crème de menthe frappé. - Yes, sir.
I like that beard on that captain. Makes him look trustworthy.
He wants me to bring you to his cabin for cocktails.
You're a great success, Fanny, and that's off-stage.
I'm with you, that's all.
I don't know how I thought of going without you.
- Nick... - Yes?
Go on, say it.
You went to good schools. I went to practically no schools.
You're Park Avenue.
- I'm Lower East Side. - Now, now. Don't be a snob.
No, no. What I am trying to say is...
And you don't have to... I mean, I'm all yours anyway, but...
Well, where I come from on Henry Street...
...when two people sort of love each other...
Oh, never mind, never mind.
Well, what do they do when they sort of love each other?
One of them says, "Why don't we get married?"
Is that so?
- And sometimes it's even the man. - Really?
Forget the whole thing. Just forget I mentioned it.
...it's pretty much the same where I come from.
Well, why don't you stop making jokes and say it so that I can say...
...I have to think it over, or ask my mother, or turn you down.
I've got a better idea.
- Have your drink. - Have my drink.
Look, why don't we get married?
When? Here? Tonight? When?
The captain looks like a rabbi.
- How? When? Right now? - When I make a bankroll.
- No, I don't care about that. - I do.
- I want to be the head of the family. - You will. You're smarter.
It'll be the way I say or not at all.
Could you win what you need in that poker game tonight?
- It's possible. - Go ahead, go play cards.
- Wait. - I want to be a Sadie.
You met Mrs. Strakosh's married daughter, Sadie.
- That's a married lady. - I see.
Can I come and watch with you?
Look, my whole future depends on it. Please!
Can you watch with no expression at all?
Can I watch with no expression?
- I'll call. - I pass.
Just one, please. Thank you.
- Two. - Two.
The dealer takes three.
Up to the opener.
I'll bet a thousand.
One thousand and...
...two thousand more.
Well, I think you are bluffing, Mr. Arnstein.
So I'll see you.
Well, I've got three kings here.
- I thought you were bluffing. - In this distinguished company?
I wouldn't dare.
I'm afraid this is getting rather dull for you.
Excuse me. I'll be right back.
- Good night. - Good night.
Quit, quit, quit!
It's against my religion to break a winning streak.
It's a beautiful night.
I had a stroll around the deck. Did me a lot of good.
It's terribly late, Sadie.
You should have been in bed ages ago.
How could I go to bed?!
I've been sitting here waiting, hour after hour.
Did you say "Sadie"?
Honey, if this is a hotel, I don't think they're ready for us.
It must have cost a fortune.
I made a fortune on the Epsom Derby.
I expect to make another with this Florida deal. So don't worry.
Anyway, it's the perfect house for a millionaire.
Nice baby. Open your eyes, look at your daddy.
I bought her something.
- An add-a-pearl necklace. - An add-a-tooth necklace would be...
Nick, you are absolutely crazy.
She can't wear this until she's grown up.
But she'll know she has it. It'll give her confidence.
And if you play your cards right...
...she might loan it to you until then.
You bet she will. Won't you?
- Fifteen. One more. - Oh, please!
Look at me. I'm breathing like a whale.
The way that baby slowed me down, I ought to sue her.
She's pretty, isn't she?
She's the cutest little thing I ever saw.
- Alive, alert... - But she's pretty.
Yes, Fan, she's pretty. Very pretty. Come on.
Ziegfeld made no mistake hiring you.
Heard from Nick?
- Yeah, he calls every night. - From Oklahoma?
Sure. With these phone bills, he better strike oil.
Let's try this.
One, two, three. One, two, three. One, two, three, four.
One, two, three. One, two, three. One, two, three...
I can't believe it.
- There you are. - Thank you very much.
Is that ghastly sound coming from my daughter?
What is it, honey? What is it, sweetheart? Are you wet?
- Welcome home, Mr. Arnstein. - It's good to see you.
What happened? What happened to the baby?
- Look who's here, honey. - That isn't very attractive.
I wish you'd stop.
Thank you, sweetheart.
You've stayed blond, you clever girl.
We're going to be late for rehearsal.
Just a few more minutes.
Would you take the baby up to Hilda for me?
Goodbye, my love.
You know what?
This time I think you lost your ruffled shirt.
We struck sand and rock and water.
I think we even struck champagne.
The one thing we didn't strike was oil.
You'll think of something better...
...while lying in a hammock at your beautiful country house.
It is beautiful.
Nick, it's been absolutely murder...
...dragging myself back and forth to that theatre every day.
You guessed it.
We better look for an apartment in town...
...on 5th Avenue. - Even on 6th. I wouldn't be insulted.
You know what bothers me more than losing the house?
It's the fact that I seem to have lost my poker face.
Just to me, honey. Come on.
- Nick. - Tom.
The place looks wonderful.
A church can look cute, but a gambling house has to look honest.
And be honest.
Come on in here.
Joe, a Scotch and water for Mr. Arnstein.
When did you get back?
A couple of weeks ago.
It's good to see you, Tom.
Well, what took you so long to drop in?
We've been moving into a new apartment in town.
I've been helping with the legwork.
My wife has a show opening tonight.
Say, Nick, I'm sorry to hear about those oil wells.
Is it all over town, Tom?
Even made the papers.
But that doesn't mean anything.
It's funny, though.
I once dropped 20,000 on Monday...
...picked up 30 on Tuesday, all in absolute privacy.
The news travels much faster these days.
That spotlight on your wife lights you up too.
- Any action in the backroom? - Now? Yeah, there's a game, but...
Just by way of limbering up. I've got an hour to kill.
I hear they haven't been running too well.
He's not in his seat.
I looked down during the number. He's not in his seat.
So maybe he's late, ran into an old friend or his watch stopped.
- You're getting excited over nothing. - Nothing? People get run over!
They have accidents, don't they?
Emma, go call the hospitals.
He could be lying in a street.
Where's my eyeliner?
Hurry up and get dressed, will you?
I'll call 300.
No, not for me.
Have a bite. Keep your strength up. Food and liquor right over there.
Nick, it's after 9:00.
Why don't you get out?
No, Tom. Thank you. I'll watch it.
Telephone for you, Mr. Arnstein, in the bar.
It's your wife's maid at the theatre.
Look, tell her I've been detained.
I'll be there in time for the second act. Thank you.
What are you going to do? Shoot the swans?
My swan girls? What are you, dumb?
Oh, was that good!
Was that necessary?
You couldn't walk over here like a person?
Where was I? Oh... I was here.
I'm sorry, darling.
How did it go?
"All any show needs is Fanny Brice."
"New York audiences continue their love affair with Fanny."
Darling, I'm so happy for you.
How was the party?
How was the party?
There was no party.
The guests didn't think the hostess was in the mood for a party.
Not without the host.
Let's not fight about this.
Isn't spoiling my opening night worth fighting about?
How do you think I felt, trying to be funny?
I'm trying to make them laugh.
My own husband not caring enough to be there!
You didn't let them suffer because of me.
You're damn right I didn't!
How do you think I felt afterwards, with people asking me where you were?
How could I say a poker game was more important than my opening night?!
To hell with your opening night!
Why shouldn't the poker game be as important as your opening night?
It's my work, and I haven't had a smash hit for a long time.
But tonight I was winning.
I wouldn't have left that game for anything...
...because I thought maybe, finally, at last my luck had changed.
Only it hadn't.
So it'll change tomorrow.
The way it has a hundred other times.
Everyone has a run of bad luck sometimes. It doesn't mean anything.
How would you know, darling?
You never lose.
That was my crazy husband on the phone.
A guy with a deal for me offered Nick a thousand...
...to put in a word. He took the money...
...and gave it to a waiter he never saw before in his life.
And he just put in a word.
You want to play? Get a deck.
Fanny, I never butted in your life, did I?
When I was a kid, you made me wear long underwear to school.
When your children grow up and you want to talk serious...
...I hope they make jokes. - Sorry.
I thought you were gonna start in on Nick.
Where would I come to criticize Nick? It's you I'm surprised at.
Because when you look at him, you only see what you want to see.
I see him as he is. I love him as he is.
Fanny, love him a little less.
Help him a little more.
Mama, he doesn't need any help. He's not a child.
The man is drowning. He owes money everywhere.
He doesn't know which way to turn.
- How do you know that? - Everyone knows. Only you don't know.
Are you so wrapped up in the show you can't see anything else?
Why wouldn't he tell me? He knows he can have anything I've got.
That's not what he needs.
Darling, you are his wife.
You've gotta sit down with him, talk to him...
...think together what he should do.
Some of that for me, Nick?
Won't make a dent in what I owe you, Peterson. But if you can't wait...
I could wait. I could even forget it.
In return for what?
I need a front man, someone like you...
...who can talk, for a bond deal I'm putting together.
It's a big one.
- You could make yourself a mint. - Thanks, but I don't think so.
I guess when you have Fanny Brice for a meal ticket...
...you don't get very hungry.
I'm sorry, Peterson.
...that's my joke.
Is Mr. Branca here yet?
- Not yet, Mr. Arnstein. - I expect him any minute.
This yelled from FAO Schwarz:
"Take me home to Frances," it said. So I did.
Will you give it to her for me, please? Thank you.
Oh, Hilda. You and the cook have been very patient...
...but it's high time I paid your salaries.
I owe you for two months, I believe.
Miss Brice paid us, sir. All that was owed and three months in advance.
I mean, Mrs. Arnstein paid us.
Miss Brice paid you.
I'll get it, thank you.
- There you are. - Am I late?
No, I just beat you in. Let's go in here.
I'll mix us a drink. You can tell me what you have in mind.
Hey, nice place, Nick.
It's comfortable and very convenient.
- Water or soda, Tom? - Straight. I haven't got much time.
The place is getting crowded earlier these days.
When you do that well, it's good trouble.
That's what I want to talk to you about.
- I didn't know you were home. - Hello, darling.
Mr. Branca, I haven't seen you for ages.
I've been dying to see your show, but I've been so busy.
I just dropped by to make Nick a proposition.
If it's some new way of marking cards, Nick, don't listen.
Aside from that, I'll leave you. But I'm dying of curiosity.
Come back, silly. Get yourself a drink and sit down.
- All right with you? - Of course. It's all in the family.
- Sit down and start propositioning. - All right.
Well, as I told you, the place...
No, thanks. The place is doing awfully well.
So well that some money men approached me about opening another one.
It's getting very fashionable.
I'd like to. I think it would go.
But I can't possibly run two places single-handed.
And they don't know anything about this business.
So I told them about you.
The long and short of it is, we want you as a partner.
With an extra cut for running the place. How's it strike you?
Pleasantly. I'm flattered, naturally.
And it's no secret there's no place I'd rather be...
...than a gambling club.
Except the theatre on opening night.
It sounds like something you'd be good at.
I've always had a yen to run a club. And lots of ideas.
- Well, then, great. Then it's a deal. - Wait, wait a minute.
It depends on how much I'd have to put up for the partnership, because...
Nick, we don't need your money. We need you.
But how much are you and the others putting in?
And for me it's free?
Tom, I can't let you put up my share.
I'm not. I swear I'm not.
Look, our thinking is that with your know-how and your...
...well, class is the only word I can use...
...you'll draw all the right people. We'll make our money back in no time.
A full partnership for nothing? Oh, except my "class."
Plus a cut for running the place.
That's a very generous offer.
How much were you going to put in?
Tom, I'm sorry your time's been wasted.
- Nick, it is a good idea. - Was a good idea.
Please don't blame Tom. I talked him into it.
Thanks for everything.
- I was just trying to help. - I don't want that kind of help!
I don't want anyone going behind my back...
...sinking money into me to make me look good.
I just wish you hadn't done it.
You'd better go. You'll be late for the theatre.
I can't go. Not like this.
Darling, listen. Please.
Once I saw how unhappy you are...
...I knew I had to do something.
I guess I did it wrong. You know how dumb I can be.
You don't have to say you did it out of love.
Believe me, I know that.
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No, no. He's in trouble.
He's gotten himself mixed up in a phony bond deal.
...what do I do?
- I call a lawyer or...? - He's got a lawyer.
Branca got him Bill Fallon.
And Fallon's the best criminal attorney in New York City.
Embezzlement is a criminal charge.
Fallon advised him to give himself up, and he did. A few hours ago.
He gave himself up?
- You mean he's in jail? - Uh-huh.
I've got to see him.
You can't, honey. They won't let you.
- I just gotta. - Look...
- Please, is there something I can do? - Fanny, look.
He doesn't want to see you.
It's understandable. He's humiliated, ashamed...
Ashamed of what? This is Nick Arnstein, not some hood!
If these bonds were phony, you don't think he knew it, do you?
That's the line Fallon will use, that he was a victim, a dupe.
- Fallon will call you at home. - I'd better go.
There are reporters that way.
Come up to my office and go out through the front of the house.
Why? There's nothing to hide.
You want me to go with you, Fan?
- Will you answer some questions? - Sure, but I don't talk very good yet.
- Hold it! - Did you know Nick gave himself up?
He'll do anything not to come home for dinner.
Peterson says Nick masterminded the whole swindle, what do you say?
He couldn't mastermind a light bulb out of a socket!
What about these stocks?
The only stock I know about is summer stock.
- What's your husband's story? - No story.
My dope was an innocent dupe! Or, my dupe was an innocent dope?
- He try to sell you any bonds? - He ain't that dopey.
- You know he might go to prison? - At least I'll know where he is nights.
You still love him, Miss Brice?
The name is Arnstein.
Mrs. Arnstein, do you still love him?
"The People vs. Arnstein.
The grand jury has charged the defendant...
...with embezzlement, citing statute 119, Section A of the penal code."
How does the defendant plead?
Your Honour, I move for a postponement.
Why, Mr. Fallon?
My client's been in custody only 24 hours. I've seen him only once.
I've been unable to acquaint him with the charges.
He's unable to enter a plea without full understanding...
- Nick, please. - Sorry, Bill.
There's no need for a postponement. I understand the charge.
- I knew exactly what I was doing. - Nick.
So I wish to plead guilty.
I'll see the deputy D.A. And Mr. Fallon in my chambers.
- You have only a few minutes. - Thank you.
What happened in there?
The minimum sentence, two years.
With luck, I'll be out in 18 months.
You had a chance.
All you had to do was say that Peterson tricked you.
- I couldn't say that. - Why not?
Because he didn't.
I want you to divorce me.
What are you saying?
We're just no good for each other. Everybody knows that.
Look, my darling, I may not be good for you...
...but nobody has the right to say what's good for me.
Not even you.
You think I don't know that everything that went wrong was my fault? I do.
It's no use, Fanny.
Look, I've tried to tell myself I'll catch up with you.
It'll be all right.
But there's no way I can catch up with you.
I don't want to run anymore. Not in a race I can't win.
- Let me go. Let me be myself again. - I can't.
I can't just let you go off to prison.
Why not? Wouldn't the publicity be good?
I'll be with you in a minute.
I'm sorry, darling. That's what I've turned into.
You think you mean this, and maybe you do.
But maybe it's just because of all that's happened.
So why don't we just leave it for now...
...and if you still feel the same way when you come home...
...I won't fight you.
Listen, you take care of yourself.
Go out, see people, do things, enjoy yourself.
I don't worry about you.
The moment you're out on that stage, nothing bothers you.
The strongest woman in the whole world, that's what you are.
Did you know that?
Everybody knows that.
So long, funny girl.
It cleaned up fine.
You been sitting in that theatre all this time?
You all right?
Then would you see Mr. Ziegfeld? He's waiting outside.
Flo, come on in.
I'll get your props for you.
Any word from Nick?
No, not yet.
I've been worried about you.
I'm sorry you've been worried.
I don't even know if Nick wants us to go on...
...but if he does...
...I don't want to make the same mistakes.
So if it means giving up the theatre, I hope you'll be a sport about it.
I won't be.
But I won't worry about it until it happens.
- Fifteen minutes, Miss Brice. - Thank you.
I'll let you get dressed.
Be happy, dear.
You must be that fella I met at Keeney's one night.
You must be that girl from Henry Street.
I feel like a kid on a blind date.
Did you see the baby, darling?
I came straight here.
Getting to look just like you.
Who says I'm not lucky?
I've had 18 months to think about us.
You want to hear something funny?
I've had the same 18 months, and I never thought about us.
I mean, I simmered, I stewed...
...I cried my eyes out...
...but I never really thought.
Not until today.
Then I saw that you were right.
You did a lot for me, Nick.
That's what I'm going to remember.
What did I ever do for you, darling?
What did I ever give you that you couldn't have gotten for yourself?
A blue marble egg.
No one would have given me that but you.
You made me feel sort of...
...beautiful, you know...
...for a very long time.
You are beautiful.
There are a lot of people waiting for you.
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Farscape - 3x14 - Infinite Possibilities I - Daedalus Demands
Farscape - 3x15 - Infinite Possibilities II - Icarus Abides
Farscape - 3x16 - Revenging Angel
Farscape - 3x17 - The Choice
Farscape - 3x18 - Fractures
Farscape - 3x19 - I-Yensch You-Yensch
Farscape - 3x20 - Into The Lions Den I - Lambs To The Slaugher
Farscape - 3x21 - Into The Lions Den II - Wolf In Sheeps Clothing
Farscape - 3x22 - Dog With Two Bones
Farscape - 4x01 - Crichton Kicks
Farscape - 4x02 - What Was Lost (Part 1) - Sacrifice
Farscape - 4x03 - What Was Lost (Part 2) - Resurrection
Farscape - 4x04 - Lavas A Many Splendored Thing
Farscape - 4x05 - Promises
Farscape - 4x06 - Natural Election
Farscape - 4x07 - John Quixote
Farscape - 4x08 - I Shrink Therefore I Am
Farscape - 4x09 - A Prefect Murder
Farscape - 4x10 - Coup By Clam
Farscape - 4x11 - Unrealized Reality (Part 1)
Farscape - 4x12 - Kansas (Part 2)
Farscape - 4x13 - Terra Firma (Part 3)
Farscape - 4x14 - Twice Shy
Farscape - 4x15 - Mental As Anything
Farscape - 4x16 - Bringing Home The Beacon
Farscape - 4x17 - A Constellation Of Doubt
Farscape - 4x18 - Prayer
Farscape - 4x19 - We are So Screwed - Fetal Attraction (Part 1)
Farscape - 4x20 - We are So Screwed - Hot To Katratzi (Part 2)
Farscape - 4x21 - We are So Screwed - La Bomba (Part 3)
Farscape - 4x22 - Bad Timing
Farscape - The Peacekeeper Wars (Part 1)
Farscape - The Peacekeeper Wars (Part 2)
Fast And Furious
Fat Choi Spirit
Fate Ignoranti Le
Father of a Soldier (Rezo Chkheidze 1964)
Father of the Bride
Fear Dot Com
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Fear of Fear (Rainer Werner Fassbinder 1975)
Feed the Kitty (1952)
Fellowship of the Ring The
Female Convict Scorpion Beast Stable 1973 Shunya Ito
Female Prisoner 701 Scorpion 1972
Femme Fatale (2002)
Fiances The 1962
Fierce Creatures (1997)
Fight Club CD1
Fight Club CD2
Fighter in the Wind
Fighting Fish 2004
Fille Sur La Pont La
Filles Uniques 2003
Film That Was Never Made A
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x01
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x02
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x03
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x04
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x05
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x06
Final Countdown The 1980 CD1
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Final Destination - New Line Platinum Series
Final Friday The - Jason Goes To Hell 25fps
Final Insult The
Final Nightmare The
Finders Fee (Jeff Probst 2001)
Finding Forrester 2000
Fire in the Sky
Firefly - Serenity (pilot)
Firefly 1x01 - The train job
Firefly 1x02 - Bushwhacked
Firefly 1x03 - Shindig
Firefly 1x04 - Safe
Firefly 1x05 - Our mrs Reynolds
Firefly 1x06 - Jaynestown
Firefly 1x07 - Out of gas
Firefly 1x08 - Ariel
Firefly 1x09 - War stories
Firefly 1x10 - Trash
Firefly 1x11 - The message
Firefly 1x12 - Heart of gold
Firefly 1x13 - Objects in space
Firemens Ball The 1967
First Great Train Robbery The 1978 CD1
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First Men In The Moon 1964
First Power The
Fish Called Wanda A
Fisher King The
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Flash Gordon CD1
Flash Gordon CD2
Flesh and Blood CD1
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Flight Of The Intruder CD1 1991
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Flipper (1996) CD1
Flipper (1996) CD2
Flower of the Arabian Nights 1974 CD1
Flower of the Arabian Nights 1974 CD2
Flubber 1997 CD1
Flubber 1997 CD2
Fly Away Home
Fly The (Kurt Neumann 1958)
Fog of war The 2003 limited theatrical version
For A Few Dollars More 1965
For Scent-imental Reasons (1949)
Frasier 01x01 - The Good Son
Frasier 01x02 - Space Quest
Frasier 01x03 - Dinner At Eight
Frasier 01x04 - I Hate Frasier Crane
Frasier 01x05 - Heres Looking At You
Frasier 01x06 - The Crucible
Frasier 01x07 - Call Me Irresponsible
Frasier 01x08 - Beloved Infidel
Frasier 01x09 - Selling Out
Frasier 01x10 - Oops
Frasier 01x12 - Miracle On Third Or Fourth Street
Frasier 02x01 - Slow Tango in South Seattle
Frasier 02x02 - The Unkindest Cut of All
Frasier 02x03 - Commentary by Director David Lee and Writer Joe Keenan
Frasier 02x03 - The Matchmaker
Frasier 02x04 - Flour Child
Frasier 02x05 - Dukes We Hardly Knew You
Frasier 02x06 - The Botched Language of Cranes
Frasier 02x07 - The Candidate
Frasier 02x08 - Adventures in Paradise Part 1
Frasier 02x09 - Adventures in Paradise Part 2
Frasier 02x10 - Burying a Grudge
Frasier 02x11 - Seat of Power
Frasier 02x12 - Roz in the Doghouse
Frasier 02x13 - Retirement is Murder
Frasier 02x14 - Fool Me Once Shame on You Fool Me Twice
Frasier 02x15 - You Scratch My Book
Frasier 02x16 - The Show Where Sam Shows Up
Frasier 02x17 - Daphnes Room
Frasier 02x18 - The Club
Frasier 02x19 - Someone to Watch Over Me
Frasier 02x20 - Breaking the Ice
Frasier 02x21 - An Affair to Forget
Frasier 02x22 - Agents In America Part 3
Frasier 02x23 - The Innkeepers
Frasier 02x24 - Dark Victory
Freddys Revenge A
Free Willy 1993
Free Willy 2 - The Adventure Home
Free Willy 3 - The Rescue
French Connection II (1975)
French Connection The
Fresh Bait 1995
Friday Night (2002)
Friday the 13th
Friday the 13th Part 8
Friends - 02x03 - the one where heckles dies
Friends - 02x09 - the one with with phoebes dad
Friends - 02x11 - the one with the lesbian wedding
Friends - 02x13 - the one after the superbowl part 2
Friends - 02x15 - the one where ross and rachel you know
Friends - 02x16 - the one where joey moves out
Friends - 02x18 - the one where dr ramoray dies
Friends - 02x20 - the one where old yeller dies
Friends - 02x22 - the one with two parties
Friends - 02x24 - the one with barry and mindys wedding
Friends - 10x01 - TOW After Joey And Rachel Kiss
Friends - 10x02 - TOW Where Ross Is Fine
Friends - 10x03 - TOW Ross Tan
Friends - 10x04 - TOW the cake
Friends - 10x05 - TOW Rachels Sister Babysits
Friends - 10x06 - TOW Rosss Grant
Friends - 10x07 - TOW The Home Study
Friends - 10x08 - TOW the late Thanksgiving
Friends - 10x09 - TOW the birth mother
Friends - 10x10 - TOW Chandler Gets Caught
Friends - 10x11 - TOW The Stripper Cries
Friends - 10x12 - TOW Phoebes Wedding
Friends - 10x13 - TOW Joey Speaks French
Friends - 10x14 - TOW Princess Consuela
Friends - 3 22 - The One With the Screamer
Friends - 3x01 - The One With the Princess Leia Fantasy
Friends - 3x02 - The One Where No Ones Ready
Friends - 3x03 - The One With the Jam
Friends - 3x04 - The One With the Metaphorical Tunnel
Friends - 3x05 - The One With Frank Jr
Friends - 3x06 - The One With the Flashback
Friends - 3x07 - The One With the Race Car Bed
Friends - 3x08 - The One With the Giant Poking Device
Friends - 3x09 - The One With the Football
Friends - 3x10 - The One Where Rachel Quits
Friends - 3x11 - The One Where Chandler Cant Remember
Friends - 3x12 - The One With All the Jealousy
Friends - 3x13 - The One Where Monica and Richard
Friends - 3x14 - The One With Phoebes Ex-Partner
Friends - 3x15 - The One Where Ross and Rachel Take
Friends - 3x16 - The One the Morning After
Friends - 3x17 - The One Without the Ski Trip
Friends - 3x18 - The One With the Hypnosis Tape
Friends - 3x19 - The One With the Tiny T-Shirt
Friends - 3x20 - The One With the Dollhouse
Friends - 3x21 - The One With a Chick and a Duck
Friends - 3x22 - The One With the Screamer
Friends - 3x23 - The One With Rosss Thing
Friends - 3x24 - The One With Ultimate Fighting Champ
Friends - 3x25 - The One at the Beach
Friends - 4x01 - The One With the Jellyfish
Friends - 4x02 - The One With the Cat
Friends - 4x03 - The One With the Cuffs
Friends - 4x04 - The One With the Ballroom Dancing
Friends - 4x05 - The One With Joeys New Girlfriend
Friends - 4x06 - The One With the Dirty Girl
Friends - 4x07 - The One Where Chandler Crosses
Friends - 4x08 - The One With Chandler in a Box
Friends - 4x09 - The One Where They are Going
Friends - 4x10 - The One With the Girl from
Friends - 4x11 - The One With Phoebes Uterus
Friends - 4x12 - The One With the Embryos
Friends - 4x13 - The One With Rachels Crush
Friends - 4x14 - The One With Joeys Dirty Day
Friends - 4x15 - The One With All the Rugby
Friends - 4x16 - The One With the Fake Party
Friends - 4x17 - The One With the Free Porn
Friends - 4x18 - The One With Rachels New Dress
Friends - 4x19 - The One With All the Haste
Friends - 4x20 - The One With All the Wedding Dresses
Friends - 4x21 - The One With the Invitation
Friends - 4x22 - The One With the Worst Best Man Ever
Friends - 4x23 - The One With Rosss Wedding - part 1
Friends - 4x24 - The One With Rosss Wedding - part 2
Friends - 5x01 - The One After Ross Says Rachel
Friends - 5x02 - The One With All the Kissing
Friends - 5x03 - The One Hundreth
Friends - 5x04 - The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS
Friends - 5x05 - The One With the Kips
Friends - 5x06 - The One With the Yeti
Friends - 5x07 - The One Where Ross Moves In
Friends - 5x08 - The One With All the Thanksgivins
Friends - 5x09 - The One With Rosss Sandwich
Friends - 5x10 - The One With the Inappropiate Sister
Friends - 5x11 - The One With All the Resolutions
Friends - 5x12 - The One With Chandlers Work Laugh
Friends - 5x13 - The One With Joeys Bag
Friends - 5x14 - The One Where Everyone Finds Out
Friends - 5x15 - The One With the Girl Who Hits Joey
Friends - 5x16 - The One With the Cop
Friends - 5x17 - The One With Rachels
Friends - 5x18 - The One Where Rachel Smokes
Friends - 5x19 - The One Where Ross Cant Flirt
Friends - 5x20 - The One With the Ride-Along
Friends - 5x21 - The One With the Ball
Friends - 5x22 - The One With Joeys Big Break
Friends - 5x23 - The One in Vegas
Friends - 6x01 - The One After Vegas
Friends - 6x02 - The One Where Ross Hugs Rachel
Friends - 6x03 - The One With Rosss Denial
Friends - 6x04 - The One Where Joey Loses His
Friends - 6x05 - The One With Joeys Porsche
Friends - 6x06 - The One On the Last Night
Friends - 6x07 - The One Where Phoebe Runs
Friends - 6x08 - The One With Rosss Teeth
Friends - 6x15
Friends 7x01 - The One with Monicas Thunder
Friends 7x02 - The One With Rachels Book
Friends 7x03 - The One With Phoebes Cookies
Friends 7x04 - The One With Rachels Assistant
Friends 7x05 - The One With The Engagement Picture
Friends 7x06 - The One With The Nap Partners
Friends 7x07 - The One with Rosss Library Book
Friends 7x08 - The One Where Chandler Doesnt Like Dogs
Friends 7x09 - The One With All the Candy
Friends 7x10 - The One With The Holiday Armadillo
Friends 7x11 - The One With All The Cheesecakes
Friends 7x12 - The One Where They are Up All Night
Friends 7x13 - The One Where Rosita Dies
Friends 7x14 - The One Where They All Turn Thirty
Friends 7x15 - The One With Joeys New Brain
Friends 7x16 - The One With the Truth About London
Friends 7x17 - The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress
Friends 7x18 - The One With Joeys Award
Friends 7x19 - The One With Ross and Monicas Cousin
Friends 7x20 - The One With Rachels Kisses
Friends 7x21 - The One With the Vows
Friends 7x22 - The One With Chandlers Dad
Friends 7x23 - The One With Monica and Chandlers Wedding Part 1
Friends 7x24 - The One With Monica and Chandlers Wedding Part 2
Friends 9x01 - The One Where No One Proposes
Friends 9x02 - The One Where Emma Cries
Friends 9x03 - The One With The Pediatrician
Friends 9x04 - The One With The Sharks
Friends 9x05 - The One With Phoebes Birthday Dinner
Friends 9x06 - The One With The Male Nanny
Friends 9x07 - The One With Rosss Inappropriate Song
Friends 9x08 - The One With Rachels Other Sister
Friends 9x09 - The One With Rachels Phone Number
Friends 9x10 - The One With Christmas In Tulsa
Friends 9x11 - The One Where Rachel Goes Back To Work
Friends 9x12 - The One With Phoebes Rats
Friends 9x13 - The One Where Monica Sings
Friends 9x14 - The One With The Blind Dates
Friends 9x15 - The One With The Mugging
Friends 9x16 - The One With The Boob Job
Friends 9x17 - The One With The Memorial Service
Friends 9x18 - The One With The Lottery
Friends 9x19 - The One With Rachels Dream
Friends 9x20 - The One With The Soap Opera Party
Friends 9x21 - The One With The Fertility Test
Friends 9x22 - The One With The Donor
Friends 9x23-24 - The One In Barbados 1 2)
Frisson des vampires Le
From Beijing with love
From Dusk Till Dawn
From Dusk Till Dawn 3 The Hangmans Daughter
From Justin To Kelly (Special Edition)
Frusta e il corpo La
Fudoh The New Generation 1996
Fugitive The - The Chase Continues
Fukssvansen (Chop Chop)
Full Frontal 2002
Full Metal Jacket
Full Time Killer
Fun Movie (2002 Korean) CD1
Fun Movie (2002 Korean) CD2
Fun in Acapulco (Richard Thorpe 1963)
Funeral Parade of Roses
Funeral in Berlin
Fury The (1978)
Futurama 1x01 - Space Pilot 3000
Futurama 1x02 - The Series Has Landed
Futurama 1x03 - I Roommate
Futurama 1x04 - Loves Labors Lost in Space
Futurama 1x05 - Fear of a Bot Planet
Futurama 1x06 - A Fishful of Dollars
Futurama 1x07 - My Three Suns
Futurama 1x08 - A Big Piece of Garbage
Futurama 1x09 - Hell is Other Robots
Futurama 2x01 - A Flight to Remember
Futurama 2x02 - Mars University
Futurama 2x03 - When Aliens Attack
Futurama 2x04 - Fry and the Slurm Factory
Futurama 3x01 - Amazon Women in the Mood
Futurama 3x02 - Parasites Lost
Futurama 3x03 - A Tale of Two Santas
Futurama 3x04 - The Luck of the Fryrish
Futurama 3x05 - The Birdbot of Ice-catraz
Futurama 3x06 - Bendless Love
Futurama 3x07 - The Day the Earth Stood Stupid
Futurama 3x08 - Thats Lobstertainment
Futurama 3x09 - The Cyber House Rules
Futurama 3x10 - Insane in the Mainframe
Futurama 3x10 - Where The Buggalo Roam
Futurama 3x12 - The Route of All Evil
Futurama 3x13 - Bendin in the Wind
Futurama 3x14 - Time Keeps on Slippin
Futurama 3x15 - I Dated a Robot
Futurama 3x16 - A Leela of Her Own
Futurama 3x17 - A Pharaoh To Remember
Futurama 3x18 - Anthology of Interest Part 2
Futurama 3x19 - Roswell That Ends Well
Futurama 3x20 - Godfellas
Futurama 3x21 - Future Stock
Futurama 3x22 - The 30 Iron Chef
Futurama 4x01 - Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch
Futurama 4x02 - Leelas Homeworld
Futurama 4x03 - Love and Rocket
Futurama 4x04 - Less Than Hero
Futurama 4x05 - A Taste of Freedom
Futurama 4x06 - Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV
Futurama 4x07 - Jurassic Bark
Futurama 4x08 - Crimes of the Hot
Futurama 4x09 - Teenage Mutant Leelas Hurdles
Futurama 4x10 - The Why of Fry
Futurama 4x11 - Where no Fan Has Gone Before
Futurama 4x12 - The Sting
Futurama 4x13 - Bend Her
Futurama 4x14 - Obsoletely Fabulous
Futurama 4x15 - The Farnsworth Parabox
Futurama 4x16 - Three Hundred Big Boys
Futurama 4x17 - Spanish Fry
Futurama 4x18 - The Devils Hands are Idle Playthings
Fyra Nyanser Av Brunt CD1
Fyra Nyanser Av Brunt CD2