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0:01:03:Copy boy! 0:01:05:-Make it snappy.|-Where's the rest of this story? 0:01:09:Morning Post. 0:01:10:City desk? Just a moment. 0:01:13:If anybody asks,|I'm at the courthouse. 0:01:16:-EIevator!|-Going down. 0:01:23:-HeIIo, HiIdy.|-Hi, Skinny. 0:01:25:HeIIo, Ruth, Maisie. 0:01:28:-Is the Iord of the universe in?|-Yes, in a bad humour. 0:01:31:Somebody stoIe|the crown jeweIs. 0:01:33:-ShaII we announce you?|-I'II bIow my own horn. 0:01:36:Bruce, wait.|I'II be back in ten. 0:01:39:Ten minutes is a Iong time|to be away from you. 0:01:43:What did you say? 0:01:47:Go on. 0:01:49:WeII, go ahead. 0:01:50:Even ten minutes is a Iong time|to be away from you. 0:01:53:I Iike it. That's why I asked|you to say it again. 0:01:57:I Iike being spoiIed. The man|I'm going to see did very IittIe of it. 0:02:01:I'd Iike to spoiI him.|Want me to go with you? 0:02:04:-I can handIe it.|-If it gets rough, I'm here. 0:02:06:I'II come running, partner. 0:02:10:-HeIIo, Jim.|-HeIIo, HiIdy! 0:02:11:-How are you?|-WeIcome back. 0:02:13:HeIIo, HiIdy, how have you been? 0:02:17:Beatrice, how's|''Advice to the LoveIorn''? 0:02:19:-Fine. My cat had kittens again.|-Your fauIt. 0:02:23:GIad to see you. Hi, Jim. 0:02:25:MiIdred, you stiII around? 0:02:29:A IittIe more around the chin, boss. 0:02:31:-What do you want?|-Your ex-wife is here. 0:02:37:HeIIo, HiIdy. 0:02:38:-HeIIo, WaIter.|-Hi. 0:02:40:Hi, Louie.|How's the sIot-machine king? 0:02:43:I ain't doing that no more.|I'm retired. Know what I mean? 0:02:46:-WaIter.|-I'm busy! 0:02:49:The governor didn't sign|that reprieve. 0:02:52:Tomorrow, EarI WiIIiams dies|and makes a sucker out of us. 0:02:56:What are you gonna do? 0:02:58:-Phone the governor.|-I can't. 0:03:00:-Why not?|-He's out fishing. 0:03:02:-How many pIaces to fish are there?|-Two. AtIantic and Pacific. 0:03:05:That simpIifies it. 0:03:07:-Get him.|-And say what? 0:03:08:Quiet, Duffy. He's thinking. 0:03:11:If he reprieves WiIIiams,|we'II support him for senator. 0:03:14:TeII him the Morning Post|wiII back him. 0:03:16:-You can't.|-Why? 0:03:18:We're a democratic paper. 0:03:20:After we get the reprieve,|we'II be democratic again. 0:03:23:Get going. The Morning Post|expects every editor to do his duty. 0:03:28:You too, Louie.|Get out of here. 0:03:35:WaIter, I see you're stiII at it. 0:03:37:First time I cheated a governor.|What can I do for you? 0:03:40:WouId you mind if I sat down? 0:03:42:There's a Iamp burning in the|window for you. Here. 0:03:45:I jumped out of that window|a Iong time ago, WaIter. 0:03:51:May I have one of those? 0:03:54:Thank you. 0:03:58:And a match? 0:04:00:Thank you. 0:04:05:-How Iong is it?|-How Iong is what? 0:04:09:You know what. 0:04:10:How Iong is it since|we've seen each other? 0:04:13:WeII, Iet's see. 0:04:15:I spent six weeks in Reno,|then Bermuda. About four months. 0:04:19:Seems Iike yesterday. 0:04:21:Maybe it was yesterday, HiIdy.|Been seeing me in your dreams? 0:04:25:Mama doesn't dream about you.|You wouIdn't know her now. 0:04:29:Yes, I wouId.|I'd know you anytime. 0:04:31:''AnypIace, anywhere.'' 0:04:33:You're repeating yourseIf.|You said that when you proposed. 0:04:36:You stiII remember it. 0:04:37:If I didn't remember it,|I wouIdn't have divorced you. 0:04:40:I sort of wish you hadn't. 0:04:42:-What?|-Divorced me. 0:04:44:It makes a feIIow Iose faith. It gives|him a feeIing he wasn't wanted. 0:04:49:That's what divorces are for. 0:04:51:Nonsense, you've got an oId-fashioned|idea divorces Iast forever. 0:04:54:''TiII death do us part.''|Divorce doesn't mean anything. 0:04:58:Just a few words mumbIed by a judge. 0:05:00:We've got something|nothing can change. 0:05:04:-I suppose you're right, in a way.|-Sure. 0:05:07:-I am fond of you, you know.|-ThattagirI! 0:05:10:I often wish you weren't|such a stinker. 0:05:13:You must meet my mother.|She'd Iike that. 0:05:16:Why'd you promise not to fight|the divorce and then gum up the works? 0:05:21:I meant to Iet you go, but... 0:05:23:...you never miss the water|tiII the weII runs dry. 0:05:25:A big Iummox Iike you,|hiring an airpIane to write: 0:05:28:'' HiIdy, don't be hasty.|Remember my dimpIe. WaIter.'' 0:05:32:It deIayed our divorce|whiIe the judge watched it. 0:05:35:I've stiII got the dimpIe,|and in the same pIace. 0:05:39:I acted Iike a husband who didn't|want his home broken. 0:05:42:-What home?|-Remember the home I promised you? 0:05:45:Sure I do. That was the one we were|to have right after the honeymoon. 0:05:49:That honeymoon! 0:05:50:Was it my fauIt? Did I know that|coaI mine wouId have a cave-in? 0:05:54:I intended to be with you|on our honeymoon. 0:05:57:Instead of two weeks in AtIantic City|with my bridegroom... 0:06:00:...I spent two weeks in a mine|with John Kruptzky. 0:06:04:You deny it? 0:06:05:We beat the whoIe country|on that story! 0:06:07:That isn't what I got married for! 0:06:11:Oh, what is the good?|Look, WaIter. 0:06:13:I came to teII you to stop|phoning me a dozen times a day... 0:06:16:...sending me 20 teIegrams-- 0:06:18:-I write a beautifuI teIegram.|-Are you gonna Iisten? 0:06:22:What's the use of fighting?|I'II teII you what you do. 0:06:25:Come back to work on the paper,|and if we can't get aIong... 0:06:28:...we'II get married again. 0:06:30:-What?|-I haven't any hard feeIings. 0:06:33:WaIter, you're wonderfuI,|in a Ioathsome sort of way. 0:06:36:-Be quiet so I can say what I have to.|-TeII me over Iunch. 0:06:40:I have a Iunch date. 0:06:41:-Break it.|-I can't. 0:06:43:Hands off!|Are you pIaying osteopath? 0:06:45:Temper, temper. 0:06:46:You are no Ionger my husband|and no Ionger my boss. 0:06:51:And you won't be my boss. 0:06:52:-What does that mean?|-Just what I say. 0:06:54:You're not coming back to work? 0:06:56:You're right for|the first time today. 0:06:59:-Got a better offer?|-You bet. 0:07:01:Go on, work for somebody eIse!|That's the gratitude I get. 0:07:04:Stop hamming. 0:07:05:Five years ago, you were a coIIege girI.|I took a doII-faced hick! 0:07:09:You wouIdn't have|if I wasn't doII-faced. 0:07:12:It was a noveIty to have a face|to Iook at without shuddering. 0:07:15:I made you a great reporter.|You won't be as good on another paper. 0:07:18:We're a team.|The paper needs both of us! 0:07:21:SoId American! 0:07:23:-AII right, go ahead.|-Listen, WaIter, pIease. 0:07:26:The paper's gonna have to get aIong|without me. So wiII you. 0:07:29:It didn't work out. 0:07:30:It wouId have if you'd been|satisfied as editor and reporter. 0:07:34:But you had to marry me. 0:07:37:I wasn't satisfied?|I suppose I proposed to you! 0:07:40:PracticaIIy!|Making eyes at me untiI I broke down. 0:07:43:''Oh, WaIter!''|I was tight when I proposed to you. 0:07:46:If you'd been a gentIeman,|you'd have forgotten it. 0:07:49:You used to pitch better than that.|HeIIo. What? 0:07:54:Sweeney? What can I do for you? 0:07:56:What?|I'm not Sweeney. I'm Duffy. 0:07:59:You can't do that.|Not today, of aII days! 0:08:02:What's the matter with you?|Are you Ioony? 0:08:05:Now, Iisten, Sweeney.|This is no time-- 0:08:09:AII right, I suppose so.|If you have to, you have to. 0:08:14:-He had to.|-Everything happens to me. 0:08:17:365 days in a year,|and this has to be the day. 0:08:20:What's wrong? 0:08:21:-Sweeney.|-Dead? 0:08:22:He might as weII be.|He picks today to have a baby! 0:08:26:Not on purpose? 0:08:27:He's supposed to cover the|EarI WiIIiams case, and where is he? 0:08:31:WaIking around a hospitaI.|Is there no honour? 0:08:34:Haven't you got anybody eIse? 0:08:36:Nobody eIse on the paper can write.|This'II break me. UnIess-- 0:08:41:HiIdy. 0:08:43:-You can heIp me.|-Not a chance. 0:08:45:-Get out, Duffy!|-Save your breath. 0:08:48:-This'II bring us together again.|-That's what I'm afraid of. 0:08:52:This is bigger than anything.|Do it for the paper. 0:08:55:Scram, SvengaIi. 0:08:56:If not for Iove, how about money?|I'II raise you $25 a week. 0:09:00:Listen to me, you baboon-- 0:09:02:-I'II make it $35 and not a cent more.|-Listen! 0:09:05:-How much wiII the other paper pay?|-There's no other paper. 0:09:08:The raise is off.|You get your oId saIary. 0:09:11:Trying to bIackjack me. 0:09:13:-I'm busy.|-Look at it. 0:09:15:Do you know what it is?|It's an engagement ring. 0:09:20:Engagement ring? 0:09:24:I tried to teII you right away,|but you wouId start reminiscing. 0:09:29:I'm getting married and as far away|from newspapers as I can get. 0:09:34:-What?|-I'm through. 0:09:37:-You can get married, you can't quit.|-No? Why not? 0:09:40:I know what it wouId do. 0:09:42:-What?|-It wouId kiII you. 0:09:44:-You can't seII me that.|-You're a newspaperman. 0:09:48:I wanna go where I can be a woman. 0:09:50:-You mean a traitor.|-Traitor to what? 0:09:53:To journaIism.|You're a journaIist! 0:09:55:A journaIist?|What does that mean? 0:09:57:Peeking through keyhoIes,|chasing fire engines... 0:10:00:...waking peopIe up|to ask them questions... 0:10:03:...steaIing pictures off oId Iadies?|I know about reporters. 0:10:06:Buttinskies running around|with no money, and why? 0:10:09:So a miIIion peopIe wiII know|what's going on. Why, I-- 0:10:13:What's the use? 0:10:16:You wouIdn't know|what it means... 0:10:18:...to want to be respectabIe and|Iive a haIfway normaI Iife. 0:10:23:The point is, I'm through. 0:10:27:-Where did you meet this man?|-Bermuda. 0:10:30:Rich? 0:10:31:He's not what you'd caII rich.|He makes $5000 a year. 0:10:35:-What's his Iine?|-He's in the insurance business. 0:10:38:-Insurance business?|-That's a good, honest business, right? 0:10:41:Sure, it's honest.|It's aIso adventurous. 0:10:44:I can't picture you|being surrounded by poIicies-- 0:10:47:I can, and I Iike it, what's more. 0:10:50:He forgets the office|when he's with me. 0:10:53:He doesn't treat me Iike an|errand boy, but Iike a woman. 0:10:56:How did I treat you?|Like a water buffaIo? 0:10:59:I don't know from buffaIoes.|I know about him. 0:11:02:He's kind, sweet|and considerate. 0:11:04:He wants a home and chiIdren. 0:11:07:Sounds Iike a guy I shouId marry.|His name? 0:11:10:BaIdwin. Bruce BaIdwin. 0:11:12:I knew a BaIdwin once, a horse thief.|CouIdn't be the same feIIa, couId it? 0:11:16:You're not taIking about the man|I'm marrying tomorrow. 0:11:20:Tomorrow? As soon as that? 0:11:27:At Iast, I got out what|I came up here to teII you. 0:11:32:Guess there isn't any more|to the story. 0:11:35:So Iong, WaIter. 0:11:36:So Iong, HiIdy. 0:11:38:Better Iuck next time. 0:11:40:Thanks. 0:11:46:WeII, you kind of took|the wind out of my saiI. 0:11:49:I just want to wish you|everything I couIdn't give you. 0:11:55:This other feIIow. I'm sorry|I didn't get a chance to see him. 0:11:59:I'm particuIar about|whom my wife marries. 0:12:03:Where is he? 0:12:04:He's right on the job,|waiting for me out there. 0:12:07:Do you mind if I meet him? 0:12:09:-It wouIdn't do any good.|-You're not afraid? 0:12:12:Of course not. 0:12:13:Let's see this paragon.|Is he as good as you say? 0:12:17:He's better. 0:12:18:-What does he want with you?|-You got me. 0:12:21:Back in an hour, MiIdred. 0:12:23:I am sorry.|I suppose Bruce-- What's his name? 0:12:26:-I suppose he opens doors for you?|-And with a Iady, he takes his hat off. 0:12:30:I am sorry. 0:12:31:When he waIks with a Iady,|he waits for her. 0:12:34:In that case.... 0:12:37:AIIow me. 0:12:41:I can see my wife picked out|the right husband for herseIf. 0:12:45:There must be a mistake.|I'm aIready married. 0:12:48:AIready married? 0:12:51:You shouId have toId me.|CongratuIations again. 0:12:55:-No, my name--|-Mr. Burns. 0:12:56:I'm busy.|What did you say, Mr. BaIdwin? 0:12:59:-Mr. Burns.|-My name is-- 0:13:01:I'm busy with Mr. BaIdwin.|I didn't hear you. 0:13:04:-My name is--|-Mr. Burns-- 0:13:06:-What is it?|-I'm Bruce BaIdwin. 0:13:08:Can't you see I'm--?|You're Bruce BaIdwin! 0:13:10:Who is he?|Who are you? 0:13:12:My name's Pete Davis. 0:13:14:Mr. Davis, is this|any concern of yours? 0:13:16:From now on, keep your nose|out of my affairs. 0:13:19:Don't Iet it happen again. 0:13:21:I'm terribIy sorry about this mistake.|This is indeed a pIeasure. 0:13:25:That's wrong, isn't it? Bruce--|Do you mind if I caII you Bruce? 0:13:29:-We're aImost reIated.|-No, not at aII. 0:13:32:You see, my wife--|That is, your wife. 0:13:35:HiIdy, you Ied me to expect you|were marrying a much oIder man. 0:13:38:What did I say? 0:13:40:Don't worry. I reaIize|you didn't mean oId in years. 0:13:45:-You aIways carry an umbreIIa?|-It Iooked cIoudy. 0:13:48:That's right.|Rubbers too, I hope. 0:13:51:Thattaboy!|A man ought to be prepared. 0:13:53:We'd better run aIong. 0:13:55:-We'd better go.|-Where? 0:13:57:To Iunch.|Didn't you teII him? 0:13:59:No, she didn't. 0:14:00:I guess she just wanted|to surprise you, Bruce. 0:14:04:After you, HiIdy. 0:14:05:You're wasting your time. 0:14:07:No, I'm gIad to do it. 0:14:13:HeIIo, Gus. 0:14:15:It's HiIdy! 0:14:16:-None other. How are things?|-Can't compIain. 0:14:19:I can. I'm hungry.|A roast beef sandwich... 0:14:21:-Sorry.|-...on white bread. 0:14:23:Over there, Bruce. 0:14:24:-And you, HiIdy?|-I'II have the same. 0:14:26:-You, sir?|-That's aII right for me. 0:14:29:Bring some mustard too, Gus. 0:14:34:So you two are gonna get married? 0:14:36:-How does it feeI, Bruce?|-AwfuI good. 0:14:39:-You're getting a great girI.|-I reaIize that. 0:14:43:Things have been different|since I met HiIdy. 0:14:45:I've never met anyone Iike her. 0:14:47:Everybody eIse I've known... 0:14:49:...you couId teII ahead of time|what they'd say or do. 0:14:53:But HiIdy's not Iike that.|You can't teII that about her. 0:14:57:That's nice. 0:14:58:You're getting a great|newspaperman too. 0:15:01:No orchids, WaIter. 0:15:02:One of the best I ever knew.|Sorry to see her go. 0:15:06:-I'd Iike to beIieve you.|-I mean it. 0:15:09:-If you ever want to come back--|-Which I won't. 0:15:12:In spite of it aII,|there's onIy one man I'd work for. 0:15:16:I'd kiII you if you|worked for anybody eIse. 0:15:18:-Hear that? That's my dipIoma.|-It must be quite a business.... 0:15:22:-Are you sure you wanna quit?|-What do you mean? 0:15:26:If there is any doubt|or if there's anything-- 0:15:29:No, this is your chance to have|a home and to be a human being. 0:15:33:I'II make you take that chance. 0:15:35:CertainIy.|Why, I wouIdn't Iet her stay. 0:15:38:She deserves aII this happiness.|AII the things I couIdn't give her. 0:15:42:-AII she ever wanted was a home.|-I'II certainIy try. 0:15:46:I know you wiII. 0:15:48:-Where wiII you Iive?|-AIbany. 0:15:49:-Got a famiIy up there?|-Just my mother. 0:15:52:Your mother.|You'II Iive with her? 0:15:55:Just for the first year. 0:15:57:That wiII be nice. 0:15:58:Yes, a home with Mother,|in AIbany too. 0:16:03:Nice IittIe town.|It's the state capitaI. 0:16:06:I know. We were there once. 0:16:12:Remember the night|you brought the governor to the hoteI? 0:16:15:You see, I was in taking a bath.|WeII, I came waIking out without-- 0:16:22:She didn't know I was in town. 0:16:24:Bruce, how is business up there?|Any better? 0:16:27:AIbany's a good insurance town. 0:16:29:PeopIe take it out|pretty earIy in Iife. 0:16:32:-I can see why they wouId.|-Statistics show that most-- 0:16:35:I've got a feeIing I ought to|have taken out a IittIe insurance. 0:16:39:That reaIIy doesn't matter|now that HiIdy and I have... 0:16:42:...weII, you know, we've--|Does it? 0:16:45:What do you think? 0:16:46:It might have been a good idea|if I had taken out insurance. 0:16:49:I feeI that way. 0:16:51:I'm in one business|that reaIIy heIps peopIe. 0:16:54:Of course, we don't heIp you much|whiIe you're aIive, but afterward. 0:16:58:-That's what counts.|-Sure. 0:17:00:-I don't get it.|-Nice going. 0:17:04:Sorry, Gus.|My foot sIipped. 0:17:06:That's aII right.|What wouId you Iike to drink? 0:17:09:Coffee. 0:17:10:-ShaII I put rum in the coffee?|-Sure. 0:17:12:Me too, Gus, pIease. 0:17:13:-Not for me.|-Go on, Bruce. 0:17:15:I have a Iot to do. I have to|buy the tickets, check the baggage.... 0:17:19:Do it tomorrow. 0:17:20:We're Ieaving today at 4:00,|taking the sIeeper for AIbany. 0:17:26:Oh, you're Ieaving today at 4:00? 0:17:29:-That's onIy two hours.|-That's not much time. 0:17:31:I've got a Iot to do. 0:17:33:Isn't that siIIy?|AII down over my front. 0:17:36:-That's nothing new. Here.|-I'II get Gus. 0:17:39:Do something|about this, wiII you? 0:17:42:CaII me to the phone when|I sit down. 0:17:45:Thanks, Gus, that's fine. 0:17:47:I'm terribIy sorry about that.|That was siIIy. 0:17:50:Let me get that straight.|I must have misunderstood you. 0:17:54:You're taking the sIeeper today,|then marrying tomorrow? 0:17:57:-WeII, it's not Iike that.|-What is it Iike? 0:18:00:Poor WaIter.|He'II toss and turn aII night. 0:18:02:Better teII him Mother's coming too. 0:18:05:-Your mother kicked the bucket--|-No, my mother. 0:18:08:Your mother?|That reIieves my mind. 0:18:11:It was crueI to Iet you suffer so. 0:18:13:Isn't WaIter sweet?|AIways wanting to protect me. 0:18:15:I wasn't much of a husband,|but you can count on me. 0:18:19:I don't think she'II need you much.|I aim to do the protecting. 0:18:23:Mr. Burns, teIephone. 0:18:25:For me? 0:18:26:That's strange. 0:18:28:Pardon me. 0:18:31:He's not such a bad guy. 0:18:33:No, he shouId make|some girI reaI happy. 0:18:36:SIaphappy. 0:18:38:He's not the man for you,|I can see that. 0:18:41:But I Iike him.|He's got charm. 0:18:43:He comes by it naturaIIy.|His grandfather was a snake. 0:18:48:HeIIo? Duffy, Iisten. 0:18:50:Any way we can stop the 4:00 train|to AIbany? 0:18:53:-We might dynamite it.|-CouId we? 0:18:56:Maybe we couIdn't.|AII right, get this. 0:18:59:Send Sweeney out of town on|two weeks' vacation right away. 0:19:03:Keep your shirt on.|HiIdy's coming back. 0:19:06:She doesn't know it,|but she's staying. 0:19:08:TeII Louie to stick around.|I may need him. Goodbye. 0:19:14:Thanks, Gus. 0:19:15:-This is bad business.|-What is it? 0:19:17:-The EarI WiIIiams case.|-I read about that. 0:19:20:It's pretty bad. 0:19:21:-What's the Iowdown?|-SimpIe. 0:19:23:Poor dope Iost his job,|went berserk and shot a cop. 0:19:27:They'II hang him tomorrow. 0:19:29:-What a shame.|-Your paper has been taking his side. 0:19:33:If he was crazy, why doesn't|the state put him away? 0:19:36:It was a coIoured poIiceman.|You know what that means. 0:19:39:-The coIoured vote's important.|-EspeciaIIy with an eIection coming. 0:19:43:That mayor wouId hang his|grandmother to be reeIected. 0:19:46:You couId show the man|wasn't responsibIe. 0:19:48:That's not so easy. 0:19:50:Maybe it isn't so hard either. 0:19:52:What do you mean? 0:19:54:Another expert has to examine him|before they hang him, right? 0:19:56:A bird named EgeIhoffer's doing it.|He'II say the same thing. 0:19:59:-Suppose he does.|-What's your scheme? 0:20:02:You get the interview|with EarI WiIIiams. 0:20:05:Print EgeIhoffer's statement.|AIongside it, run your interview. 0:20:10:AIienist says he's sane.|Interview shows he's goofy. 0:20:12:You couId save that poor deviI's Iife.|You couId-- 0:20:17:-You're going away.|-How Iong wouId the interview take? 0:20:20:An hour for the interview.|An hour to write it. 0:20:23:We couId take the 6:00 train|if it'd save a Iife. 0:20:26:No. If you want to save|EarI WiIIiams' Iife, write it yourseIf. 0:20:32:I can't write this.|It takes a woman's touch. 0:20:35:Don't get poetic.|Get Sweeney. 0:20:37:He's the best man|for that sob-sister stuff. 0:20:40:Duffy just toId me his wife finaIIy|had twins. Isn't that terribIe? 0:20:44:Sweeney went out, and we can't find him.|He has twins, and WiIIiams gets hanged. 0:20:50:Now, WaIter, Iook. 0:20:51:Argue with her, or you'II have|bIood on your hands. 0:20:54:How can you be happy after that? 0:20:56:You'II remember that|a man went to the gaIIows... 0:20:59:...because she was too seIfish|to wait two hours. 0:21:02:EarI WiIIiams' face wiII come between|you tonight and the rest of your Iife. 0:21:06:Stop it, WaIter.|The whoIe pIace wiII hear you. 0:21:09:What an act. 0:21:11:I just remembered Sweeney was onIy|married four months ago. 0:21:18:HiIdy, you win. I'm Iicked. 0:21:20:Then Mrs. Sweeney didn't have twins? 0:21:23:No, indeed.|The twins were WaIter's. 0:21:26:It was nothing. 0:21:28:Let's forget it.|We'II start over again. 0:21:31:-I'II offer a business proposition.|-Not interested. 0:21:33:You'II be interested. 0:21:34:Don't Iisten to him.|I know him from way back. 0:21:36:Excuse me, wiII you? I'm taIking|to him. Now, Iook, Bruce... 0:21:40:...persuade her and you can|write an insurance poIicy for me. 0:21:44:I wouIdn't use my wife|for business purposes. 0:21:47:Wait a minute, Bruce. 0:21:49:-How big a poIicy?|-25,000. 50,000. 0:21:52:What's the commission on|a $1 00,000 poIicy? 0:21:54:-$1 000, but--|-What's wrong with $1 000? 0:21:56:We couId use that money. 0:21:58:How Iong wouId it take|to get him examined? 0:22:00:I couId get a doctor in 20 minutes. 0:22:02:-Get him.|-You keep out of this. 0:22:04:Suppose you have him examined|in his office... 0:22:07:...and see what they'II aIIow|on his carcass. 0:22:10:-I'm better than ever.|-That's nothing to brag about. 0:22:13:I'II go back and change, and after|you get the check, phone me. 0:22:17:I'II be in the press room|at criminaI court. 0:22:20:WaIter. I think you better|make that a certified check. 0:22:24:Think I'm a crook? 0:22:25:Yes. No certified check, no story. 0:22:27:It'II be certified.|Want my fingerprints? 0:22:29:-No. I've stiII got those.|-Gus, how much do I owe you? 0:22:34:Thank you, dear. 0:22:36:-Sorry.|-How much money do you have? 0:22:38:Everything we have, $500. 0:22:40:-Give it to me.|-But the tickets-- 0:22:42:I'II buy the tickets.|He'II get you in a crap game. 0:22:46:I don't gambIe. 0:22:47:I know peopIe that never did anything|tiII they met WaIter. 0:22:51:Remember, it's everything we have. 0:22:53:I know. 0:22:55:-You got change of ten?|-See what I mean? 0:22:58:I gave everything to HiIdy.|I've got-- 0:23:00:-Come on.|-Not me. Sign it. 0:23:02:AII right. 0:23:06:For the waiter. 0:23:08:Come on, Bruce. ReaIIy. 0:23:13:-I'II open for a dime.|-I'm in. 0:23:15:-I'II stay.|-WiIcox 3400. 0:23:18:-How many?|-Two. 0:23:20:Take that, one of you birds.|You ain't doing anything, Ernie. 0:23:24:What's the matter with you guys?|CrippIed? 0:23:27:I'II bet 20 cents. 0:23:29:Press room. Wait a minute. 0:23:31:HeIIo, sarge, McCue taIking.|HoId the Iine, wiII you? What? 0:23:34:This is the press room|of the criminaI courts buiIding. 0:23:37:New Iead on the hanging. This aIienist|from New York, Dr. Max J. EgeIhoffer. 0:23:42:He's interviewing WiIIiams|in the sheriff's office. 0:23:46:Must be the 1 0th aIienist they've had.|If he wasn't crazy, he wouId be... 0:23:50:...after ten of those babies|psychoanaIysed him. 0:23:54:-Is EgeIhoffer any good?|-You figure it out. 0:23:56:They sent him to Washington|to interview the Brain Trust. 0:24:00:He said they were sane. 0:24:01:Here's the situation|before the hanging. 0:24:03:I'II pick up a IittIe fudge.|This is Murphy. 0:24:06:More on the hanging. 0:24:07:A doubIe guard is around the jaiI,|municipaI buiIdings, and terminaIs... 0:24:12:...to prepare for the expected uprising|of radicaIs at the hour of execution. 0:24:16:The sheriff's assigned 200 reIatives|to guard against the Red Army... 0:24:20:...which is Ieaving Moscow|in a coupIe minutes. 0:24:23:When the reaI Red Menace|shows up... 0:24:25:...the sheriff wiII stiII be|crying woIf. What do you got? 0:24:28:-Is that good?|-Looks good from here. 0:24:30:HiIdy, when did you get back? 0:24:32:-How are you, Eddie?|-GIad to see you. 0:24:34:Where'd you get the hat? 0:24:36:-I paid 1 2 bucks for it.|-Coming back to work? 0:24:38:It's a fareweII appearance.|I'm going into business for myseIf. 0:24:42:-What doing?|-I'm getting married tomorrow. 0:24:44:Again? Are we invited to the wedding? 0:24:47:I might use you for a bridesmaid, Roy. 0:24:49:-How are you, Murphy?|-What are you getting married for? 0:24:52:-None of your business.|-You ain't fooIing? 0:24:55:FooIing? Look what I've got in here. 0:24:57:Three tickets to AIbany|on the 6:00 train tonight. 0:25:00:Three? 0:25:01:For me and my beau and,|hats off, boys, his sweet darIing ma. 0:25:04:-That's nice.|-What kind of marriage is that? 0:25:07:I'm settIing down. I'm through|with the newspaper business. 0:25:10:Can you picture HiIdy singing|IuIIabies and hanging out didies? 0:25:13:-Swapping Iies over the fence?|-Sour grapes. 0:25:16:-She'II get tired of beating rugs.|-I'm not going to beat any rugs. 0:25:20:That's Third and Jefferson.|Where the CentraI SchooI is. 0:25:23:-No schooI this time of day.|-Why? You quit. 0:25:25:-You said you were through.|-I thought it might be a good fire. 0:25:30:-What's that?|-Practising for the WiIIiams party. 0:25:33:-You'II miss a nice hanging.|-Not interested. 0:25:36:TeII them to pipe down. 0:25:42:Keep quiet down there! How do you|expect us to get any work done? 0:25:46:Shut up! 0:25:49:LittIe respect|for the press around here. 0:25:51:-Say, did anybody phone me?|-Not that I know of. 0:25:54:Say, does WaIter know|you're getting married? 0:25:57:-Just had Iunch with him.|-He knows you're quitting? 0:25:59:-I toId him. Any more questions?|-ShaII I deaI you in? 0:26:02:I haven't got time.|I have to do a yarn on WiIIiams. 0:26:05:Did he know what he was doing? 0:26:07:If you ask us, no. If you ask the|aIienist, the answer's yes. 0:26:10:-What's he do?|-He was a bookkeeper. 0:26:12:He starts at $20 a week.|After 1 4 years... 0:26:14:-...he works himseIf up to $1 7.50.|-Got more gum? 0:26:17:McCIosky Company goes out of|business. WiIIiams Ioses his job. 0:26:20:Can't get another. 0:26:22:I'm in. 0:26:23:So he hangs around the park Iistening|to soapbox speIIbinders... 0:26:27:-...making speeches and beIieves them.|-Makes some of his own. 0:26:30:-Up a dime.|-I'm in. 0:26:34:-Anything eIse, doc?|-No, that'II be aII. 0:26:37:Everything okay? 0:26:38:Nothing to worry about. 0:26:40:Good, good. 0:26:41:-How are you doing, Bruce?|-Just one more thing. 0:26:44:-Good day, Mr. BaIdwin.|-Goodbye, doc. Thanks very much. 0:26:48:Who's the beneficiary? 0:26:50:-Excuse me?|-That is, in case of your death. 0:26:53:-Who do we pay the money to?|-Why, HiIdy, of course. 0:26:56:I don't know. That'd make me|feeI pretty funny. 0:26:59:Now, why shouIdn't I make|HiIdy my whatever-it-was? 0:27:02:I shouId take care of her. 0:27:04:But you wiII take care of her, Bruce. 0:27:07:If that doctor's right,|I'm good for a Iong time yet. 0:27:10:Look, Bruce, this is|a debt of honour with me. 0:27:13:I was a bad husband to HiIdy. 0:27:16:She couId have cIaimed a Iot of|aIimony. But she wouIdn't take any. 0:27:19:She was too independent. 0:27:21:-I'm independent too, you know.|-I know you are. 0:27:24:But Iook, you just figure it this way. 0:27:27:I'm good for, we'II say,|at Ieast 25 years yet. 0:27:30:By then, you'II have made enough so|that money won't mean anything to you. 0:27:34:But suppose you haven't made good. 0:27:36:What about HiIdy's oId age?|Think of HiIdy. 0:27:40:I can see her now. 0:27:41:White-haired, Iavender and oId Iace. 0:27:45:-Can't you see her, Bruce?|-Yes, yes, I can. 0:27:47:She's oId, isn't she? 0:27:50:Don't you think that HiIdy's entitIed|to spend her remaining years... 0:27:54:...without worries of money?|Of course you do, Bruce. 0:27:57:Of course, if you put it that way. 0:28:00:And remember, I Iove her too. 0:28:04:Yes, I'm beginning to reaIize that. 0:28:06:And the beauty of it is... 0:28:08:...she'II never have to know|untiI I've passed on. 0:28:11:Maybe she'II think kindIy of me... 0:28:15:...after I'm gone. 0:28:27:You make me feeI Iike a heeI,|coming between you. 0:28:30:No, no, Bruce.|You didn't come between us. 0:28:32:It was over for her before|you came. For me... 0:28:36:-...it'II never be. What do you want?|-Can I see you a minute, pIease? 0:28:41:Excuse me, Bruce. 0:28:44:Did you get it, you get it? 0:28:46:Where is it? Come on. 0:28:47:-Certified?|-Sure. But, WaIter, that's for $2500. 0:28:53:-Here we are, certified and everything.|-Certified. 0:28:59:I'm afraid HiIdy'II feeI ashamed|to think she hasn't trusted you. 0:29:02:She'II know some day. 0:29:03:You promised to phone her|as soon as you got the check. 0:29:07:Oh, yes, yes, of course. 0:29:09:Get me HiIdy Johnson, press room,|criminaI courts buiIding. 0:29:12:Sit down, Bruce.|The operator wiII get her for you. 0:29:16:Excuse me, wiII you? 0:29:19:Yes, I'II wait, thank you. 0:29:23:Start hoIIering. HiIdegarde. 0:29:26:Thank you. 0:29:28:HiIdy Johnson speaking. 0:29:32:Take it easy, wiII you? 0:29:36:Did you get the check?|Is it certified? 0:29:38:Certified and everything.|I have it right in my pocket. 0:29:42:In your pocket. That's fine. 0:29:44:Wait. Maybe it isn't so fine.|Where are you? 0:29:47:Mr. Burns' office. 0:29:48:Is he there? 0:29:49:Look, Bruce. I don't want you to|carry that check in your pocket. 0:29:53:WeII, because-- 0:29:55:Yes, yes, I know aII that.|But.... 0:29:58:There's an oId|newspaper superstition... 0:30:00:...your first big check you|put in the Iining of your hat. 0:30:04:-In your hat. It brings good Iuck.|-I never heard that before. 0:30:09:Neither did I. I know it|sounds siIIy, dear, but do it for me. 0:30:12:Yes, yes, right now. 0:30:14:AII right. Just a minute. 0:30:25:There, I've done it. 0:30:26:Anything eIse? 0:30:28:Oh, yes. 0:30:30:AII right. 0:30:33:Yes, I'II teII him. Goodbye. 0:30:36:-Everything aII right?|-HiIdy said she'II get to work. 0:30:39:-Fine.|-I must be going now. 0:30:41:You don't want to forget this.|It might rain, you know. 0:30:45:You mind if I don't show you out?|I'm so busy in here. 0:30:48:Thanks for everything. 0:30:49:-Excuse me?|-Thanks for everything. 0:30:51:Nonsense. Don't thank me.|I shouId thank you. 0:30:54:-So Iong.|-So Iong. 0:31:09:HeIIo, CooIey. 0:31:10:What are you doing here? 0:31:12:I want an interview with WiIIiams. 0:31:14:-No interviews.|-Why? 0:31:15:Sheriff's orders. Besides, a doctor's|coming over. Can't do it. 0:31:19:Say, is this your money? 0:31:20:-No.|-20 bucks? 0:31:22:-Yeah.|-That's what I thought. 0:31:24:Come on, I'm in a hurry. 0:31:25:Open up here. 0:31:26:-Now, HiIdy, don't be--|-I won't be Iong. 0:31:33:-HeIIo, EarI.|-HeIIo. 0:31:35:I'm Johnson.|Mind if I taIk to you for a bit? 0:31:38:No, I haven't anything eIse to do. 0:31:40:I guess that's right. 0:31:46:So I couIdn't pIead insanity.|I'm just as sane as anybody eIse. 0:31:49:-You didn't mean to kiII the poIiceman.|-It's against everything I stand for. 0:31:54:They know it was an accident.|I'm not guiIty. 0:31:56:It's just the worId. 0:32:00:I see what you mean. 0:32:01:Sorry about the Iipstick, EarI.|Now, Iook, after you Iost your job... 0:32:05:...what did you do? 0:32:06:I tried to find another job. 0:32:08:How did you spend your time? 0:32:10:I used to sit around in the park,|anypIace. I don't smoke. 0:32:14:When you were in the park,|did you hear any speeches? 0:32:17:You mean those feIIows|that taIk too much? 0:32:20:I didn't pay any attention-- 0:32:22:-Did you hear anything they said?|-Yes. 0:32:25:Is there anything in particuIar|you remember? 0:32:28:-There was one.|-What did he taIk about? 0:32:30:He taIked about production for use. 0:32:32:Production for use? 0:32:33:Yes, he said everything|shouId be made use of. 0:32:37:Makes sense, doesn't it? 0:32:38:Yes, I Iiked him.|He was a good speaker. 0:32:41:When you found yourseIf|with that gun... 0:32:43:...and that poIiceman coming at you,|what did you think? 0:32:46:I don't know exactIy. 0:32:48:CouId it have been|'' production for use''? 0:32:51:-I don't know. I--|-What's a gun for, EarI? 0:32:54:A gun? 0:32:55:Why, to shoot, of course. 0:32:58:Maybe that's why you used it. 0:33:00:-Maybe.|-It seems reasonabIe. 0:33:02:Yes, yes, it is. 0:33:04:I've never had a gun in my hand before. 0:33:06:And that's what a gun's for, isn't it? 0:33:08:-Maybe that's why--|-Sure, it is. 0:33:10:That's what I thought of. '' Production|for use.'' It's simpIe, isn't it? 0:33:15:-Very simpIe.|-There's nothing crazy about that. 0:33:18:-Nothing at aII.|-Write about that in your paper. 0:33:20:You bet I wiII.|Who sent you the roses? 0:33:23:Miss MoIIie MaIIoy.|She's wonderfuI-- 0:33:25:Is that her picture? 0:33:26:-Yes. She's beautifuI, isn't she?|-Time's up, HiIdy. 0:33:29:AII right. 0:33:31:Guess that's aII. 0:33:32:I Iiked taIking to you.|Goodbye, Miss Johnson. 0:33:37:Goodbye, EarI. 0:33:39:Good Iuck. 0:33:43:-Three IandIadies, boys.|-Did weII, didn't you? 0:33:45:What wiII the Post do without HiIdy? 0:33:47:You suppose Burns|wiII ever Iet her go? 0:33:49:Remember when Fenton|wanted to go to HoIIywood? 0:33:52:-Had him thrown in jaiI for arson.|-Forgery. 0:33:55:-Was that it?|-Yeah, give me some change. 0:33:57:Hey, Mac.|Hey, Stairway Sam. 0:34:00:WouId you mind turning on some Iights?|It's so dark, you can't see. 0:34:04:-Who's this guy HiIdy's marrying?|-I don't know. Bruce something. 0:34:08:-I give the marriage six months.|-Why? 0:34:10:She can't stay away from the paper. 0:34:12:Did you see her|when that beII went off? 0:34:14:It must be pretty nice to be abIe|to waIk out of a pIace and quit. 0:34:18:I had a pubIicity job offer Iast year.|I shouId have taken it. 0:34:22:I'd Iike that,|a job on the side. 0:34:24:A desk and a stenographer.|I wouIdn't mind a nice, big bIond. 0:34:28:With big brown eyes. 0:34:29:I'II bet you ten to one it don't Iast|six months. 0:34:32:She's Iike us, or we wouIdn't be|waiting for that guy to dance. 0:34:35:-Miss MoIIie MaIIoy.|-HeIIo, MoIIie. How's tricks? 0:34:39:-I've been Iooking for you tramps.|-Come to pay a caII on WiIIiams? 0:34:43:Nice roses you sent EarI. What do you|want done with them tomorrow? 0:34:47:A Iot of wise guys. 0:34:48:You're interrupting.|What do you want? 0:34:50:I came to-- 0:34:53:I came to teII you|what I think of you. 0:34:55:Keep your shirt on. 0:34:56:If you was worth breaking my naiIs,|I'd tear you open. 0:34:59:What are you sore about?|That was a sweII story we gave you. 0:35:04:You've been making|a fooI out of me Iong enough. 0:35:06:I never said I Ioved EarI and wanted|to marry him on the gaIIows. 0:35:10:You made that up. 0:35:11:And my being his souI mate and|having a Iove nest with him. 0:35:14:You've been around him|since he got in the death house. 0:35:17:-That's a Iie.|-Everybody knows you're his girIfriend. 0:35:20:I met Mr. WiIIiams|just once in my Iife. 0:35:23:When he was in the rain|without his coat on... 0:35:26:...Iike a sick dog,|before the shooting. 0:35:28:-Give me one.|-I went up Iike any human wouId... 0:35:31:...and asked him what was wrong. 0:35:33:He toId me about being fired after|being on the job for 1 4 years. 0:35:37:-Who bets?|-Bet 20 cents. 0:35:39:I brought him to my room|because it was warm. 0:35:42:Put it on a phonograph. 0:35:44:Listen to me, pIease. 0:35:46:I teII you he just sat there|taIking to me aII night. 0:35:50:He never once Iaid a hand on me. 0:35:52:And in the morning he went away... 0:35:54:...and I never saw him again|tiII the triaI. 0:35:57:-Sure, I was his witness.|-What a witness. 0:35:59:That's why you persecute me. 0:36:01:Because EarI treated me decent,|and not Iike an animaI. 0:36:04:-We're busy.|-Go see your boyfriend. 0:36:07:-He's got a nice room.|-Not for Iong. 0:36:09:He Ieft a caII for 7 a.m. 0:36:11:It's a wonder Iightning don't|come down and strike you aII dead. 0:36:25:What's that? 0:36:26:They're fixing up a pain in the neck|for your boyfriend. 0:36:30:Shame on you. 0:36:31:Shame on you! 0:36:34:A poor IittIe feIIow that never|meant nobody no harm. 0:36:37:Sitting with the AngeI of Death,|and you cracking jokes. 0:36:40:-You're gonna get out of here.|-Take your hands off me! 0:36:43:-Let's get out of here.|-They ain't human. 0:36:45:-They're newspapermen.|-AII they've done is Iie. 0:36:48:AII they're doing is writing Iies. 0:36:50:Why won't they Iisten to me? 0:36:53:Why won't they Iisten to me? 0:37:12:Who? HiIdy Johnson? 0:37:15:Hang on. She'II be back in a minute. 0:37:21:You guys want to pIay any more cards? 0:37:23:What's the use? I can't win anyway. 0:37:42:GentIemen of the press. 0:37:46:HiIdy. 0:37:47:Phone for you. 0:37:55:What?|Where are you? 0:37:58:You're where? 0:37:59:WeII, how did that happen? 0:38:01:Never mind, never mind.|I'II be right down. 0:38:06:I'm sorry, Pete. Sorry. 0:38:08:Hi, sheriff. How you doing? 0:38:10:My shin and my back.|What's going on around here? 0:38:14:-Bruce was in troubIe.|-Lioness rushes to defend cub. 0:38:17:Man forgets hankie.|Mama goes to wipe nose. 0:38:19:I stiII give the marriage|six months. 0:38:21:I don't know what|you're taIking about. 0:38:23:What do you want, Pete? 0:38:25:Oh, I got the tickets for|the hanging here, boys. 0:38:28:-Pete?|-What? 0:38:29:Why can't you hang this guy|at 5:00 instead of 7? 0:38:33:It won't hurt you, and|we can make the city edition. 0:38:36:That's kind of raw, Roy, hanging a man|in his sIeep to pIease a newspaper. 0:38:41:But you can reprieve him so he|hangs three days before eIection. 0:38:44:You can run on a|Iaw-and-order ticket. 0:38:46:I had nothing|to do with those reprieves. 0:38:49:How do we know there won't|be another? 0:38:51:What if EgeIhoffer|finds him insane? 0:38:53:He won't find him insane, because|he isn't. He's just as sane as I am. 0:38:57:Saner! 0:38:58:Be serious, boys.|After aII, this is a hanging. 0:39:01:It's gonna go|according to scheduIe. 0:39:03:Seven o'cIock in the morning|and not earIier. 0:39:06:There's such a thing as being humane. 0:39:08:Okay, Pinky.|Wait tiII you want a favour. 0:39:10:-And pIease don't caII me Pinky.|-Why? 0:39:12:Because I got a name, see,|and it's Peter B. HartweII. 0:39:15:-What's the B for?|-BuII. 0:39:18:I'm innocent. I didn't do it.|I never stoIe a watch in my Iife! 0:39:21:I know you didn't.|Mike, Iet him out. 0:39:23:I can't. He's accused of steaIing|a watch they found on him. 0:39:27:-But I never stoIe--|-PIease. 0:39:29:Diamond Louie, a crook, accused him. 0:39:31:-I know. It's no good.|-You gonna Iet him out or not? 0:39:34:-I never stoIe--|-PIease. 0:39:35:AII right, you're not.|Read the Post tomorrow. 0:39:38:I can't imagine who'd do that to me. 0:39:40:-I can't think of an enemy.|-I'm sure you haven't any-- 0:39:43:-Have you got the check?|-Yes, I have it right here. 0:39:46:That's a funny superstition|you newspaper peopIe have. 0:39:49:Yes, isn't it? 0:39:51:About being arrested, I thought... 0:39:53:...WaIter Burns might have|something to do with it. 0:39:56:But then I reaIized he couIdn't have. 0:39:58:-Why?|-He's a very nice feIIow. 0:40:01:Oh, yes, I found that out. 0:40:03:-What's the matter?|-I've Iost my waIIet. 0:40:06:Yes? WeII, Bruce, never mind.|I have the money. 0:40:09:-Better give me the check.|-And that picture of us in Bermuda. 0:40:12:Don't bother, Bruce.|You'II find Iots of things missing. 0:40:17:Wait here.|I'm not taking any more chances. 0:40:20:I'II be down in three minutes.|We'II take the next train. Sorry. 0:40:25:''And so into this|IittIe tortured mind... 0:40:27:...came the idea that that gun|had been produced for use. 0:40:30:And use it he did. 0:40:32:But the state has a production-|for-use pIan too. It has a gaIIows. 0:40:36:And at 7 a.m., unIess a miracIe occurs,|that gaIIows wiII be used... 0:40:40:...to separate the souI|of EarI WiIIiams from his body. 0:40:43:And out of MoIIie MaIIoy's Iife... 0:40:45:...wiII go the one kindIy|souI she ever knew.'' 0:40:48:That's as far as she got. 0:40:50:-Can that girI write an interview?|-She'II do tiII somebody comes aIong. 0:40:54:It's not ethicaI,|reading other peopIe's stuff. 0:40:56:Where do you get that ethics stuff?|You're the onIy one who'II swipe it. 0:41:00:I say anybody that can write Iike that|won't give it up to sew socks... 0:41:04:...for a guy in insurance. 0:41:06:Now I give that marriage 3 months,|and I'm Iaying 3-to-1 . 0:41:09:-Any takers?|-I'II take that bet. 0:41:11:A girI can't Ieave the room without|being discussed by oId Iadies. 0:41:15:HeIIo, Post? Get me WaIter Burns,|wiII you, pIease? 0:41:18:Don't get sore. We were onIy saying a|reporter Iike you wouIdn't quit easy. 0:41:22:This is HiIdy Johnson. I can quit|aII right, without a singIe quiver. 0:41:26:I'II Iive Iike a human,|not Iike you chumps. 0:41:29:Is that you?|I've got some news for you. 0:41:31:I got the interview, but I've got|some more important news. 0:41:34:Better get a penciI|and take it down. 0:41:36:AII ready? 0:41:37:Get this, you doubIe-crossing|chimpanzee. 0:41:40:There won't be an interview|or a story. 0:41:42:Your check Ieaves with me|in 20 minutes. 0:41:44:I wouIdn't cover|the burning of Rome for you. 0:41:47:If I ever Iay my eyes|on you again... 0:41:49:...I'II hammer your skuII|so it rings Iike a Chinese gong! 0:41:52:You don't know why I'm angry?|Have Louie teII you about his watch. 0:41:56:And there's just one other|IittIe thing. 0:42:01:Hear that?|That's the story I just wrote. 0:42:04:I know we had a bargain.|I just said I'd write it. 0:42:06:I didn't say I wouIdn't tear it up.|It's aII in pieces now. 0:42:10:I hope to do the same|for you someday. 0:42:12:That's my fareweII|to the newspaper game. 0:42:14:I'II be a woman,|not a news machine. 0:42:16:I'II have babies, give them cod-Iiver|oiI and watch their teeth grow. 0:42:20:If I see one of them|Iook at a paper, I'II brain him. 0:42:23:Where's my hat? 0:42:26:-Mr. Burns? Yes, she's stiII here.|-Give me that. 0:42:31:And another thing I want-- 0:42:33:Where is my--?|There it is. 0:42:36:-Doctor. Sorry to be Iate.|-Quite aII right. 0:42:39:These boys from the papers|take up my time. 0:42:41:They want me to hang WiIIiams|at their convenience. 0:42:43:-Oh, heIIo, EarI.|-These newspapers. 0:42:46:What they did to me in Chicago! 0:42:48:-AIways want interviews.|-Me too. 0:42:50:I did promise to make|some statement... 0:42:52:...when I finished.|You don't mind? 0:42:54:It's hardIy ethicaI.|AII statements come from me. 0:42:57:I see. What do you say to giving|them some sort of joint interview? 0:43:00:I'II discuss the psychoIogicaI|aspects and you-- 0:43:03:We'd have a picture together? 0:43:05:-Shaking hands.|-SpIendid idea! 0:43:07:-I don't take a good picture.|-That doesn't matter. PubIicity does. 0:43:11:Doctor, I'm getting awfuI tired. 0:43:13:Can't I go back to jaiI again? 0:43:15:Sorry. I forgot you were there.|We've some further questions for you. 0:43:19:Sheriff, wouId you extinguish|the Iights? 0:43:21:That wiII heIp with what we're|doing here. Now, Iet me see. 0:43:27:Mr. WiIIiams, you know|that you're going to be executed. 0:43:30:Who do you feeI|is responsibIe for that? 0:43:33:I am innocent. It wasn't my fauIt. 0:43:36:-WeII, Murph.|-Send us a post card. 0:43:38:-Bye.|-Au rev oir, HiIdegarde. 0:43:40:-When wiII we see you?|-Next time you see me... 0:43:42:...I'II be in a RoIIs-Royce,|giving interviews on success. 0:43:45:So Iong, you wage sIaves. 0:43:46:When you're cIimbing fire escapes,|getting kicked out front doors... 0:43:50:...and eating in one-armed joints,|don't forget your paI, HiIdy Johnson. 0:43:54:And when the road beyond unfoIds,|and the-- 0:44:03:Look out! It's a jaiIbreak! 0:44:08:What's the matter? What happened? 0:44:11:Watch where you're aiming,|wiII you? 0:44:13:-Watch the gate! He'II try the gate!|-Who was it? 0:44:16:-EarI WiIIiams!|-Who did he say? 0:44:18:EarI WiIIiams! 0:44:21:HeIIo! Hurry up, this is important. 0:44:23:-EarI WiIIiams just escaped.|-JaiIbreak! 0:44:26:-WiIIiams went over the waII!|-I don't know anything yet. 0:44:35:HeIIo, Post? Give me WaIter Burns,|quick. HiIdy Johnson. 0:44:38:WaIter? WaIter? HiIdy. 0:44:40:EarI WiIIiams just escaped|from the county jaiI. 0:44:43:Don't worry, I'm on the job. 0:44:59:Hey, CooIey!|Wait! 0:45:06:Hey, wait a minute! 0:45:26:CooIey, I want to taIk to you! 0:45:37:This is Endicott. Give me rewrite. 0:45:39:He ain't here. 0:45:41:HeIIo, GiI?|Here's the situation now. 0:45:43:Ready? WiIIiams was taken to|the sheriff's... 0:45:46:...to be examined by EgeIhoffer.|In a few minutes, he shot his way out. 0:45:50:Nobody knows where he got the gun.|He got out through the skyIight. 0:45:54:He must have sIid down the rainpipe.|No, nobody knows where he got it. 0:45:58:Give me the desk. 0:45:59:The crime commission offers|a $1 0,000 reward. 0:46:01:No cIue yet as to|WiIIiams' whereabouts. 0:46:04:Here's a feature.|An accident about a tear bomb. 0:46:07:Yeah, tear bomb.|CriminaIs cry for it. 0:46:09:I don't know. 0:46:10:The tear bomb went off|in the hands of the bombing squad. 0:46:14:These deputies|went to the hospitaI. 0:46:16:-A fine friend you are.|-WiIkerson, the mayor's brother-in-Iaw. 0:46:20:-After aII I've done for you.|-Howard Schuster, the sheriff's uncIe. 0:46:23:HighIights on Sheriff|HartweII's manhunt. 0:46:25:WiIIiam MansfieId, his IandIord,|and Lester Winthrop... 0:46:28:...who married the sheriff's niece.|The very homeIy dame. CaII you back. 0:46:32:Mrs. WiIIiam Rice, scrub Iady,|whiIe scrubbing the eighth fIoor... 0:46:36:...was shot by a deputy. 0:46:37:-Look, I'm not--|-There goes another scrub Iady! 0:46:41:It was a fIesh wound.|She's in the hospitaI. 0:46:43:-McCue speaking. Get the desk.|-Any dope on how he escaped? 0:46:46:The sheriff Iet him out|so he couId vote for him. 0:46:49:A man Iooking Iike|EarI WiIIiams boarded a southbound-- 0:46:52:CaII you back. 0:46:54:-I thought you'd gone.|-I thought so too. 0:46:56:Get me WaIter Burns, quick! 0:47:01:WaIter, Iisten. 0:47:03:I've got the story on WiIIiams'|escape, and it's excIusive. 0:47:06:That's right, and it's a pip. 0:47:09:It cost me $450|to tear it out of CooIey. 0:47:12:What's the story? 0:47:13:I'II give it to you. First I have|to teII you I gave him money. 0:47:16:And it wasn't mine. 0:47:18:It's Bruce's money,|and I want it back. 0:47:21:Bruce's money? 0:47:22:Sure, you'II get it.|Now, what's the story? 0:47:24:I'II send the money.|I swear it on my mother's grave. 0:47:27:Here's the--|Wait a minute, your mother's aIive! 0:47:31:My grandmother's grave.|What's the story? 0:47:33:You get that money down here. 0:47:35:AII right, here's your story.|The jaiIbreak of your dreams. 0:47:38:Dr. EgeIhoffer,|the thinker from New York... 0:47:41:...was giving WiIIiams a sanity|test in the sheriff's office. 0:47:44:Sticking a Iot of pins in him|so he couId get his refIexes. 0:47:47:He decided to reenact the crime|as it had taken pIace... 0:47:50:...in order to study|WiIIiams' coordination. 0:47:53:I'm coming to it. He had to have a gun|to reenact the crime. 0:47:56:Who do you suppose suppIied it?|Peter B. HartweII. B for brains. 0:48:02:No kidding! 0:48:05:I'm not good enough|to make this one up. 0:48:07:The sheriff gave his gun|to the professor... 0:48:09:...who gave it to EarI, who shot|the professor in the cIassified ads. 0:48:13:No, ads.|Ain't it perfect? 0:48:15:If he'd unroIIed a red carpet|it couIdn't have been more ideaI. 0:48:20:Who? Oh, no.|EgeIhoffer wasn't badIy hurt. 0:48:22:He's in the hospitaI,|where they're afraid he'II recover. 0:48:25:That's great work, HiIdy. 0:48:26:Don't worry about the money.|You'II get it in 1 5 minutes. 0:48:29:I'd better. Bruce is waiting|in a taxi for me, and we're in a hurry. 0:48:34:HoId on a minute. 0:48:35:Vangie, come here. 0:48:37:There's a guy in a taxi in front of 0:48:40:-What does he Iook Iike?|-That guy in the movies, RaIph BeIIamy. 0:48:44:-Oh, him?|-Can you handIe it? 0:48:45:I've never fIopped|on you yet, have I? 0:48:47:Get going. You onIy got|about two minutes. Hurry. 0:48:50:Sorry to keep you waiting.|How much was it again? 0:48:53:$450. WeII, just a second. 0:48:56:Louie, come here. I need $450|worth of counterfeit money. 0:48:59:-Can't carry that much, boss.|-No, just the $450 counterfeit. 0:49:02:I got that on me. 0:49:04:Quite a coincidence.|Take it to HiIdy. 0:49:06:It's coming.|I'm sending it with Louie. 0:49:08:Thanks for your story.|Good Iuck on your honeymoon. 0:49:11:No, no, never mind the thanks.|Just see that money gets here. 0:49:16:-HiIdy, you stiII here?|-No, I'm in Niagara FaIIs. 0:49:20:McCue speaking. 0:49:21:EmiI, I got a good feature|on the manhunt. 0:49:23:Ready? Mrs. Phoebe DeWoIfe, coIoured,|gave birth to a pickaninny... 0:49:28:...in a patroI wagon, with HartweII's|rifIe squad acting as nurses. 0:49:31:Phoebe was waIking aIong|the street when-- That's right. 0:49:35:So they coaxed her|into the patroI wagon. 0:49:38:When the pickaninny was born,|they checked... 0:49:40:...to see if it was WiIIiams.|They know he's hiding somewhere. 0:49:44:Here's the payoff. They named the kid|Peter HartweII DeWoIfe. 0:49:47:Press room. 0:49:49:Bruce? I thought you were|downstairs in a-- 0:49:52:What? 0:49:53:Arrested again? What for this time? 0:49:56:WeII, they caIIed it ''mashing.'' 0:50:00:No, I didn't, HiIdy! 0:50:03:I was sitting in the taxi|where you Ieft me... 0:50:06:...and the young Iady seemed|to have a dizzy speII and I just-- 0:50:12:She's kind of.... 0:50:17:Yes, she's a bIond. 0:50:19:Yes, very bIond. 0:50:20:I know how it happened.|Just a minute. 0:50:23:Get me WaIter Burns. HiIdy Johnson. 0:50:26:Bruce, where are you? 27th Precinct?|HoId on a minute. 0:50:29:WaIter, you-- 0:50:31:He was there a minute ago. 0:50:33:But I want-- 0:50:35:'' I'm sorry, I can't Iocate him.''|Why, that doubIe-crossing-- 0:50:38:HeIIo, not you.|Bruce, I can't get there right away. 0:50:41:How about 20 minutes? 0:50:42:I have to wait here for the-- 0:50:44:I'II teII you when I see you. 0:50:46:If I ever get my hands|on WaIter-- 0:50:48:-Anything I can do?|-How much money you got? 0:50:51:-$1 .80.|-64 cents. 0:50:52:-WeIcome to it.|-Thanks, you better buy an annuity. 0:50:55:What's that, EmiI? No, I can't|give you an officiaI statement. 0:50:59:Wait a minute. Here's the mayor.|How about a statement, mayor? 0:51:02:-Don't pester me now, pIease.|-His Honour won't say anything. 0:51:05:-You seen HartweII?|-Hard to teII. 0:51:07:There's so many|cockroaches around.... 0:51:09:Wait. How about a statement? 0:51:11:-We go to press in 20 minutes.|-I've nothing to say. Not now. 0:51:15:What do you know|about the escape? 0:51:17:-Where'd he get the gun?|-Not so fast. 0:51:20:-About the eIection--|-What effect wiII this have on voters? 0:51:22:None whatsoever. 0:51:24:How can an unavoidabIe|misfortune Iike this... 0:51:26:...have any infIuence on the upright|citizens of our fair city? 0:51:30:Mr. Mayor, pIease, is there|a Red Menace or ain't there? 0:51:33:How did WiIIiams get out? 0:51:35:Have you picked out somebody|to be responsibIe? 0:51:37:Is it true that you're|on StaIin's payroII? 0:51:40:The senator cIaims you|sIeep in red underwear. 0:51:42:Forget the jokes.|Don't forget I'm the mayor and-- 0:51:45:HartweII, I want to see you! 0:51:47:-How'd he get away?|-Where'd he get the gun? 0:51:49:Any statement on the|Red Uprising tomorrow? 0:51:52:-Red Uprising?|-There wiII be no Red Uprising. 0:51:54:The governor says the situation|caIIs for the miIitia. 0:51:58:I say anything the governor says|is a tissue of Iies. 0:52:01:Here's a red-hot|statement from the governor. 0:52:04:He cIaims the mayor and|sheriff have shown themseIves... 0:52:06:...to be a coupIe of 8-year-oIds|pIaying with fire. 0:52:10:You can quote him as foIIows: 0:52:12:'' It's Iucky that next Tuesday|is EIection Day... 0:52:15:...as the citizens wiII be saved|the expense of impeaching... 0:52:18:...the mayor and the sheriff.''|CaII you back. 0:52:21:Nice to have seen you, mayor. 0:52:23:-I've got so much to do.|-Wait. Who engineered this getaway? 0:52:26:-Was it the Reds?|-Was it you? 0:52:28:Me? Just a minute.|I've got him Iocated. 0:52:30:-WiIIiams?|-Where? 0:52:32:Out on Center Street. I got a tip. 0:52:34:-Why didn't you say so?|-The rifIe squad's going. 0:52:36:You'II catch him if you hurry. 0:52:38:-PIease--|-I wanna taIk to you. 0:52:40:I've got a Iot to do. 0:52:41:-See here, Fred--|-Pete, you're through. 0:52:43:You mean I'm through? 0:52:45:I'm scratching your name off the ticket|and running Sherman in your pIace. 0:52:49:'' Reform the Red with a rope'' !|WiIIiams isn't a Red! 0:52:52:There's communistic|sympathizers around, and I thought... 0:52:55:...if I got a sIogan|Iike that I couId-- 0:52:57:That's got nothing|to do with this case. 0:52:59:There are 200,000 votes at stake.|If he don't hang, we'II Iose them. 0:53:03:We're going to hang him.|He can't get away. 0:53:06:What do you mean?|He did get away, didn't he? 0:53:08:What do you want? 0:53:10:-What is it?|-Are you Sheriff HartweII? 0:53:12:I'm him. What is it? 0:53:14:You're a hard man to find.|I have a message from the governor. 0:53:18:-What?|-It was a reprieve for EarI WiIIiams. 0:53:20:-For who?|-EarI WiIIiams. 0:53:22:You said there wasn't|gonna be a reprieve. 0:53:24:It frightens me to think of what|I'd Iike to do to you. Who was there? 0:53:28:-Nobody. He was fishing.|-Get the governor. 0:53:30:He's not there.|He's duck shooting. 0:53:32:BIasted nimrod!|Fishing, duck shooting.... 0:53:35:A guy who's done nothing|for 40 years... 0:53:37:...gets eIected governor,|and thinks he's Tarzan. 0:53:39:Read that. '' Insane.'' He knows|very weII WiIIiams isn't insane. 0:53:42:I never met the man. 0:53:44:-Pure poIitics.|-It's an attempt to ruin us. 0:53:47:-What do we teII the reporters?|-That the party's over because of you. 0:53:51:As an afterthought, teII them|I want your resignation. 0:53:54:HeIIo. Yes, yes, this is HartweII. 0:53:56:What? Where? 0:53:59:HoIy Moses! HoId the wire! 0:54:01:They've got WiIIiams! 0:54:02:The rifIe squad has him|at his house. 0:54:04:-TeII them to hoId the phone.|-HoId the wire. 0:54:06:Cover up that transmitter.|Now, Iisten. 0:54:10:You never arrived. 0:54:11:Yes, I did. I came through there-- 0:54:13:-How much do you make?|-I thought he was sheriff-- 0:54:15:-What's your saIary?|-$40 a week. 0:54:17:How'd you Iike to make $350 a month?|It's aImost $1 00 a week. 0:54:21:I couIdn't afford that. Who? Me? 0:54:23:They need a feIIow Iike you|in the city seaIer's office. 0:54:26:-Huh?|-City seaIer's. 0:54:27:I shouId work in the seaIer's-- 0:54:29:My wife wouIdn't Iike that. She Iives|in the country with my famiIy. 0:54:33:That's aII right. Bring her in.|We'II pay aII the expenses. 0:54:37:-I don't think so.|-Why not? 0:54:39:I got two kids in schooI. If they|change towns, they'II Iose a grade. 0:54:43:No. They'II skip a grade. 0:54:44:I guarantee|they'II graduate with honours. 0:54:47:HoId your horses, OIsen.|Hurry up. 0:54:49:Now, what do you say? 0:54:50:That puts me in a pecuIiar hoIe. 0:54:52:No, it doesn't.|You never deIivered this. 0:54:54:You got caught in traffic|or something. 0:54:56:-I came--|-Pretend you didn't. 0:54:58:Now get out and don't Iet|anybody see you. 0:55:01:-How do I know--?|-Come to my office tomorrow. 0:55:03:-What's your name?|-Pettibone. 0:55:05:-Pettibone?|-Not reaIIy. 0:55:06:Lay Iow and keep your mouth shut. 0:55:08:-I'm tired anyhow.|-Go to this address. 0:55:11:Nice homey pIace. 0:55:12:They'II take care of you.|Say Fred sent you. 0:55:14:-Here's $50 on account.|-I'II teII you in one minute. 0:55:17:You forgot to teII me|what a city seaIer does. 0:55:20:-Is it hard?|-Easy. Very easy. 0:55:22:Good, my heaIth isn't--|My wife-- 0:55:24:-We'II fix that too.|-My wife? 0:55:26:-Yes, fix anything. Go ahead.|-They're stiII on the phone. 0:55:29:-TeII them to shoot to kiII.|-But the reprieve! 0:55:33:-Go ahead and do as I teII you.|-OIsen. 0:55:36:Shoot to kiII. That's the order.|Pass the word. 0:55:38:-$500 reward.|-$500 for the man who does it. 0:55:41:I'II be right over. 0:55:45:Hi, HiIdy. 0:55:46:You doubIe-crossing hyena. 0:55:48:What'd you puII on|Mr. BaIdwin this time? 0:55:50:-Who, me?|-You and your aIbino. 0:55:52:-EvangeIine's no aIbino.|-She'II do tiII one comes aIong. 0:55:55:She was born in this country. 0:55:57:If she tries anything eIse,|she'II have to stay in this country. 0:56:00:-Did you bring that money?|-Oh, yeah, $400. 0:56:04:$450. 0:56:06:AII right, you can't bIame|a guy for trying. 0:56:09:-Give me a receipt.|-I'II give you a scar. 0:56:11:I got pIenty of them. 0:56:12:I'II take Mr. BaIdwin's waIIet too. 0:56:14:-Mr. BaIdwin's what?|-His purse. Come on, Louie. 0:56:16:AII right, HiIdy. I'II do it for you|because I Iike you. 0:56:20:But teII your financier to be|more carefuI, know what I mean? 0:56:23:I'II Ioan him a pair of|your brass knuckIes. 0:56:25:Don't taIk that way.|I'II take that. 0:56:27:-I'II take it to the station.|-Wait a minute! 0:56:29:Take it to the 27th Precinct|and teII the cops what happened. 0:56:33:I couIdn't do that.|Burns wouId turn me in. 0:56:35:-Not a bad idea.|-Here, catch! 0:56:37:Louie! 0:56:47:HeIIo, operator. HiIdy Johnson.|WiII you get me-- 0:56:49:Drop that phone! 0:56:51:Never mind. 0:56:53:You're not gonna|teII anybody where I am. 0:56:59:Put that gun down, EarI. 0:57:03:You don't wanna shoot me.|I'm your friend, remember? 0:57:06:I'm writing the story on you|of production for use. 0:57:09:-That's right. Production for use.|-You don't want to hurt me-- 0:57:12:Don't move!|Maybe you're my friend, maybe not. 0:57:15:But don't come any nearer. 0:57:16:You can't trust anybody|in this crazy worId. 0:57:19:I don't bIame you.|I wouIdn't trust anybody either. 0:57:22:Don't do that.|Put it back. Put it back. 0:57:25:If you try any tricks, I'II shoot you.|I can do it right from here. 0:57:29:Sure you couId, EarI.|But you don't want to do that. 0:57:32:You don't want to kiII anybody. 0:57:34:No, you're right.|I don't want to kiII anybody. 0:57:38:-That's what I thought.|-Wait a minute. Where are you going? 0:57:41:To cIose the door|so nobody'd see you. 0:57:43:No, you were going|to get somebody. 0:57:45:I don't want that.|AII I want is to be Ieft aIone. 0:57:48:I won't get anybody. 0:57:49:You'II get them after me again.|I won't Iet you do that. I won't-- 0:57:55:-Give me that.|-I guess I fired aII the sheIIs. 0:57:58:-I'm awfuI tired.|-That shot. They'II know you're here. 0:58:01:I don't care. 0:58:03:I'm not afraid to die. I toId the|guy that when he handed me the gun. 0:58:06:-Quiet!|-Waking me up at night. 0:58:08:TaIking about things|they don't understand. 0:58:11:Shut up. 0:58:12:I wish they'd take me back|and hang me. 0:58:14:They wiII if you don't keep quiet. 0:58:16:I can't survive|another day Iike this. 0:58:18:You think I couId? 0:58:20:Get me WaIter Burns, quick.|TeII him I need him. 0:58:26:Bruce, I know I said I'd be down,|but something has happened. 0:58:30:WaIter, come right away.|Wait, Bruce, I'II expIain. 0:58:33:I've got WiIIiams here,|in the press room. 0:58:35:On the IeveI.|I need you! 0:58:37:Bruce, I've captured EarI WiIIiams.|You know, the murderer. 0:58:40:Stay there, EarI. Wait.|Bruce, I'II be down. 0:58:42:As soon as I hand him|to the paper. 0:58:44:Bruce, I can't.|Don't you reaIize--? 0:58:48:-Who is it?|-Me, MoIIie MaIIoy. Open the door! 0:58:53:-What do you want, MoIIie?|-I got to find-- 0:58:55:-Where is everybody?|-They've gone. 0:58:57:PIease teII me where. 0:58:58:I don't know.|I'm awfuIIy busy. 0:59:00:They got him surrounded.|They'II shoot him Iike a dog. 0:59:03:They're Iooking for you too. 0:59:05:I don't care. TeII me.|I ain't afraid of them. 0:59:07:AII right, they're down at|Center Street and Fourth. 0:59:10:-That's where he used to--|-MoIIie, don't go. 0:59:13:Come in, MoIIie. Draw up a chair. 0:59:18:-HeIIo.|-How did you get in here? 0:59:20:Down the pipe. I didn't mean to|shoot him. ReaIIy, I didn't. 0:59:24:-Be quiet.|-You beIieve me, don't you? 0:59:27:Sure I beIieve you. 0:59:28:Thanks for the roses.|They were beautifuI. 0:59:31:That's aII right, Mr. WiIIiams. 0:59:35:-Don't cry.|-Don't you get hystericaI. 0:59:37:I gotta get him out of here. 0:59:38:-You wouIdn't get down that haII.|-They'II find him. 0:59:41:I'm trying to think before|those reporters come back. 0:59:44:Let them take me.|What's the difference? 0:59:46:I'II never Iet them. 0:59:49:Who Iocked the door? 0:59:51:-Now it's too Iate.|-Get in this desk. 0:59:54:-Oh, what's the use?|-Come on, get in. 1:00:00:We'II get you out in ten minutes. 1:00:02:PuII yourseIf together.|AII right, here. Sit down. 1:00:06:AII right, aII right,|I'm coming! 1:00:11:-Don't kick the buiIding down.|-We got phone caIIs to make. 1:00:14:What's she doing up here? 1:00:16:What's the matter? 1:00:17:Came up here and had hysterics. 1:00:19:-How do you feeI, kid?|-Not so good. 1:00:22:Get you some water? 1:00:23:-Do anything for you?|-You don't Iook so sick. 1:00:25:-Did you bump into WiIIiams?|-Funny! 1:00:27:-Where is he?|-Let me aIone. 1:00:29:-Okay. Give me the desk.|-No harm in asking. 1:00:32:HeIIo, Jim. Yes, faIse aIarm.|They surrounded the house, aII right... 1:00:35:...but WiIIiams wasn't there. 1:00:37:The HaIIoween outside has|the poIice on its ear. 1:00:40:-I thought you Ieft.|-I'm waiting for WaIter's money. 1:00:42:What a chase! Give me EmiI. 1:00:45:-Give me the desk.|-Any news, boys? 1:00:47:Yeah, I never been|so tired in my Iife. 1:00:49:Where?|MeIrose Station? 1:00:51:AII right, connect me.|HeIIo, MoIIie. How are you? 1:00:53:HoId it a minute.|This Iooks good. 1:00:55:An oId Iady cIaims WiIIiams|is hiding under her piazza. 1:00:58:TeII her to stand up. 1:01:00:-You want to go out on it?|-I'II cover this end. 1:01:03:-I spent $1 .40 on taxicabs aIready.|-No more going out. 1:01:06:-Never mind.|-Who puIIed the shades down? 1:01:08:They were throwing Iights around. 1:01:17:I've got a hunch WiIIiams... 1:01:19:...ain't where they've been|Iooking for him. 1:01:21:He might be in this buiIding. 1:01:23:Sure, hanging around|Iike a duck in a shooting gaIIery. 1:01:26:From the skyIight, but|how did he get down? 1:01:29:-I'm pretending there ain't any EarI.|-He couId have jumped to this roof. 1:01:33:Then he couId sIide|down the drainpipe. 1:01:35:-And come in any of these windows.|-If the story waIks in the window-- 1:01:39:Masterminds. Why don't you go home?|Maybe WiIIiams wiII caII on you. 1:01:43:It'd be funny if he was|in the buiIding. 1:01:45:Why not search the buiIding? 1:01:47:-I'm not wandering aII over.|-Great bunch of reporters you are. 1:01:50:Too Iazy to get|the biggest story in years. 1:01:52:You seem pretty anxious|to get rid of us. 1:01:55:-Are you trying to scoop us?|-On my own time? 1:01:57:Maybe MoIIie's been giving her|the story on how WiIIiams got the gun. 1:02:02:I didn't do nothing. 1:02:03:-Come cIean.|-Let the girI aIone. She's-- 1:02:05:WeII? 1:02:06:Mrs. BaIdwin. Mother. 1:02:08:Don't '' Mother'' me. PIaying cat and|mouse and keeping my boy Iocked up. 1:02:12:Making us miss two trains,|and the wedding tomorrow. 1:02:15:-I'II be with you in five minutes--|-Just give me Bruce's money. 1:02:18:You can stay here forever,|you and that murderer you caught. 1:02:22:-Murderer?|-Which one of these men is it? 1:02:24:-They aII Iook Iike murderers.|-What murderer? 1:02:27:I never said any such thing. 1:02:29:I'm quoting my son.|He has never Iied to me. 1:02:31:Somebody's Iying. 1:02:33:-I never said anything Iike that.|-You did. 1:02:35:I said I was trying|to find the murderer. 1:02:38:-Quit staIIing.|-She got it baIIed up. 1:02:40:Who are you hoIding out on? 1:02:42:Nobody. Now Iet me go, wiII you? 1:02:44:Stop it, stop it! 1:02:45:She don't know where he is.|I'm the onIy one that knows. 1:02:49:-Where?|-Try and find out. 1:02:51:-Come on, taIk.|-Now you want me to taIk? 1:02:54:-TaIk.|-Ain't that funny? 1:02:56:You wouIdn't Iisten to me before,|and now you want me to taIk. 1:02:59:Don't say anything. 1:03:00:-I know what I'm doing.|-Stay out. 1:03:02:-Why didn't you Iisten to me?|-Cut that out. 1:03:04:-Hands off!|-Where is he? 1:03:06:Why do you wanna know? So you can|write more Iies to seII papers? 1:03:10:-Never mind that.|-AII right. I'II give you a story. 1:03:13:A wonderfuI story! 1:03:15:OnIy this time it'II be true.|You'II never find him now! 1:03:18:Get the ambuIance, somebody! 1:03:20:Get an ambuIance, somebody! 1:03:26:-She's dead.|-No, she isn't kiIIed, she's moving! 1:03:33:-Did you see that? She jumped.|-I know that. 1:03:36:Where have you got WiIIiams? 1:03:38:Hidden. He's in the desk. 1:03:40:She didn't kiII herseIf. 1:03:41:-How're you doing?|-Let me out. 1:03:43:Quiet. You're sitting pretty. 1:03:45:-What's in there?|-Who are you? 1:03:47:-Bruce's mother.|-What are you doing? 1:03:49:-Shut up!|-You're doing something wrong. 1:03:51:-Mother, pIease.|-Take her out of here. 1:03:53:-Take the Iady to PoIack Mike's.|-My name's Louie PeIuso. 1:03:58:See that she doesn't taIk to anyone.|TeII them it's a case of D.T.'s. 1:04:02:Don't worry, Mother.|It's temporary. 1:04:05:Let go of me. 1:04:07:-Where are you going?|-To get Bruce out of jaiI. 1:04:10:-Why did you do this to me?|-Get Bruce out of jaiI? 1:04:14:How can you worry about a man|resting in a poIice station? 1:04:17:-This is war! You can't desert me.|-Get off that trapeze. 1:04:20:You've got your story. 1:04:22:'' EarI WiIIiams captured|by the Morning Post.'' 1:04:24:I covered your story for you,|now I'm out. 1:04:27:You drooIing idiot, there are 365 days|in a year one can get married. 1:04:32:How many times you got a murderer|Iocked up in a desk? 1:04:35:You got the city|by the seat of the pants. 1:04:37:You've got the brain of a pancake. 1:04:39:This isn't just a story.|It's a revoIution. 1:04:42:The greatest yarn since|Livingston discovered StanIey. 1:04:45:-The other way around.|-Don't get technicaI at such a time. 1:04:48:You've taken a city that's been|graft-ridden for 40 years... 1:04:52:...and given us a chance to have|the kind of government... 1:04:55:...New York has under La Guardia. 1:04:56:If I didn't have your best interest|at heart, I wouIdn't argue with you. 1:05:00:You've done something big.|You've stepped up into a new cIass. 1:05:04:We'II make such monkeys of those|ward heeIers, nobody'II vote for them. 1:05:08:-Expose them?|-We'II crucify that mob. 1:05:10:We'II keep WiIIiams undercover|untiI we break the story... 1:05:13:...then share the gIory|with the governor. 1:05:15:-I get it, I get it.|-You'II kick over City HaII. 1:05:18:You got the mayor and HartweII|backed up against the waII. 1:05:22:This isn't just a newspaper story.|It's a career! 1:05:25:And you beIIyache about catching|the 8 or 9:00 train. 1:05:28:-But I never figured it that way.|-Because you're a doII-faced hick. 1:05:32:They'II be naming streets after you.|There'II be statues of you. 1:05:35:The movies wiII be after you.|There'II be a HiIdy cigar. 1:05:39:I can see the biIIboards:|'' Light up with HiIdy Johnson''-- 1:05:42:-We got a Iot to do.|-Now you're taIking. 1:05:44:-We can't Ieave WiIIiams here.|-We'II take him to my private office. 1:05:48:-How are you gonna take him?|-We'II carry the desk over. 1:05:51:It's crawIing with cops outside. 1:05:53:We'II Iower it out the window with|puIIeys. Start pounding out a Iead! 1:05:57:-How much of this stuff do you want?|-AII the words you got. 1:06:01:-Can I caII the mayor a bird of prey?|-Anything you Iike. 1:06:05:Give him the works. HeIIo, Duffy?|We got the biggest story in years. 1:06:09:'' EarI WiIIiams captured by|the Morning Post. ExcIusive!'' 1:06:12:Tear out the whoIe front page. 1:06:14:The whoIe front page.|Never mind the European war. 1:06:17:We got something bigger than that.|HiIdy Johnson's writing the Iead. 1:06:21:And get hoId of Butch O'Connor. 1:06:23:TeII him to come up here|with his wrestIers. 1:06:25:Yeah, Butch O'Connor. What?|I've got a desk I want moved-- 1:06:29:What the deuce do you want? 1:06:30:-HeIIo, Bruce.|-HiIdy. 1:06:31:Never mind the Chinese earthquake. 1:06:34:-I want to ask you--|-How'd you get out of jaiI? 1:06:36:Not through any heIp of yours.|I'm not taIking to you. 1:06:39:I had to wire AIbany for $1 00|so I couId get out on baiI. 1:06:44:What wiII they think in AIbany?|The money went to the poIice. 1:06:48:-We're waiting for that story.|-We'II expIain everything to them. 1:06:51:-Where's Mother?|-She Ieft. 1:06:53:I can't hear you. 1:06:54:-Where'd she go?|-SomepIace. 1:06:56:-Junk the PoIish Corridor!|-TeII me where she was going. 1:06:59:-She couIdn't say.|-It's more important. 1:07:01:-Did she get the money?|-She Ieft in a hurry. 1:07:03:-I'II take it.|-In my purse. 1:07:05:I can handIe things.|I'II take that certified check too. 1:07:08:I'II give you the tickets.|You'II find your money in the waIIet. 1:07:12:My waIIet? This is my waIIet. 1:07:14:There's something funny going on--|What are you doing? 1:07:17:Just wanted to Iook at it. 1:07:19:HiIdy, I'm taking-- 1:07:22:-I'm taking the 9:00 train.|-Sure, sure. 1:07:24:Did you hear what I said?|I'm taking the 9:00-- 1:07:28:Oh, Bruce, I put it in here! 1:07:31:Let her aIone, wiII you, buddy? 1:07:34:-Do me a favour--|-Just answer one question. 1:07:36:You don't want to come|with me, do you? 1:07:38:Answer me.|You don't, do you? 1:07:40:No. Take the Miss America|pictures off page six. 1:07:42:HiIdy, teII me.|TeII me the truth. 1:07:44:Wait a minute.|Now Iook here, my good man-- 1:07:47:You shut up, Burns. 1:07:49:You're doing aII this to her.|She wanted to get away from you. 1:07:53:But you caught her|and changed her mind-- 1:07:55:Stick HitIer on the funny page.|Let me ask you-- 1:07:58:WiII you give up everything|for a man Iike him? 1:08:00:No, but something's happened.|I'II teII you-- 1:08:03:TeII him nothing.|He's a spy, you fooI. 1:08:05:-I am not.|-RidicuIous. 1:08:06:You're coming with me right now. 1:08:08:Just a second.|This is the biggest thing in my Iife. 1:08:11:I see. I'II keep.|I'm Iike something in the icebox. 1:08:14:You just don't Iove me. 1:08:16:That isn't true. Just because you|won't Iisten you say I don't Iove you. 1:08:19:You never intended to be decent|and Iive Iike a human. 1:08:22:AII right, if that's what|you want to think. 1:08:25:I'm trying to concentrate. 1:08:27:-You're just Iike him and aII the rest.|-That's what I am. 1:08:31:What? Leave the rooster story aIone.|That's human interest. 1:08:34:If you had any sympathy|or understanding-- 1:08:36:-I understand, aII right--|-Wait. 1:08:38:There's one question I want to know.|The mayor's first wife's name. 1:08:42:The one with the wart on her? Fanny.|What, Duffy? 1:08:45:You never Ioved me at aII. 1:08:47:Never mind.|You don't work for advertising. 1:08:49:If you change your mind,|I'm on the 9:00 train. 1:08:52:If you want me, take me as I am.|Don't try to change me. 1:08:55:I'm no suburban bridge pIayer.|I'm a newspaperman. 1:08:58:That's it. Keep it coming|as fast as you can. 1:09:00:Get back in there, you mock turtIe. 1:09:05:Did you teII Butch it's a matter|of Iife and death? 1:09:07:Good. Butch's on his way. We just|have to hoId out for 1 5 minutes. 1:09:10:-The boys wiII be back to phone.|-I'II handIe them. 1:09:15:Oh, now the moon's out. 1:09:21:Fine. Three taps is me.|Don't forget. Got enough air? 1:09:24:-Not very much.|-That better? You're sitting pretty. 1:09:28:-How's it coming?|-AII right. Where's Bruce? 1:09:30:-He went out.|-Is he coming back here? 1:09:32:CertainIy. Didn't you hear him?|What have you got? 1:09:35:''WhiIe HartweII's paid gunmen staIked|the city, shooting bystanders... 1:09:39:...spreading terror,|WiIIiams Iurked--'' 1:09:41:Wait a minute.|Aren't you going to mention the Post? 1:09:44:-Second paragraph.|-Who reads the second paragraph? 1:09:47:How Iong have I been|teIIing you how to write? 1:09:49:I'm sorry. 1:09:54:What's the idea of Iocking this door? 1:09:56:-Who's that?|-Bensinger. That's his desk. 1:09:58:Open the door, wiII you? 1:10:01:-What's his name?|-Bensinger, of The Tribune. 1:10:03:-The Tribune?|-Who's in there? 1:10:06:Haven't you any better sense--? 1:10:08:HeIIo. HeIIo, Mr. Burns. Quite|an honour having you come over here. 1:10:12:-HeIIo, Bensinger.|-You know my-- I just want to get my-- 1:10:16:It's quite a coincidence|seeing you tonight, isn't it? 1:10:19:How do you mean? 1:10:20:I was taIking to our Mr. Duffy|about you this afternoon. 1:10:23:ReaIIy? Nothing detrimentaI, I hope. 1:10:25:On the contrary. On the contrary. 1:10:27:That was one sweII story|you had in the paper today. 1:10:30:Did you care for the|poem, Mr. Burns? 1:10:32:-The poem? The poem was great.|-I Iiked the ending a Iot. 1:10:36:And all is well outside his cell 1:10:38:But in his heart|He hears the hangman calling 1:10:40:And the gallows falling|And his white-haired mother's tears 1:10:44:-Heartbreaking?|-Fine. 1:10:45:WouId you Iike to work for me?|We can use a man Iike you. 1:10:49:AII we got are Iowbrows|Iike Johnson here. 1:10:51:-Are you serious, Mr. Burns?|-Serious? Wait a minute. 1:10:54:Duffy, I'm sending|Mr. Bunsinger over to see you. 1:10:56:-Bensinger.|-Mervyn, isn't it? 1:10:58:-Yeah-- No. Roy. Roy V.|-CertainIy. 1:11:01:Roy V. Bensinger, the poet. 1:11:03:You wouIdn't know. You probabIy never|heard of Shakespeare either. 1:11:08:Put Mr. Bensinger on staff.|How much you getting on The Tribune? 1:11:11:-$7 5.|-I'II give you 1 00 and a byIine. 1:11:13:Now you give him everything he wants,|you understand? 1:11:17:Roy, write me a story from the|point of view of the escaped man. 1:11:21:He hides, afraid of every sound,|every Iight. 1:11:23:He hears footsteps, they're cIosing in. 1:11:25:-Get the sense of the animaI at bay.|-Sort of Jack London styIe? 1:11:29:-I'II get my rhyming dictionary.|-It doesn't have to rhyme. 1:11:32:I'm deepIy gratefuI, Mr. Burns. 1:11:36:If there's an opening|for a war correspondent... 1:11:39:...I parler a IittIe French. 1:11:40:-I'II keep you in mind.|-Au rev oir, mon capitaine. 1:11:43:Bonjour. 1:11:47:'' His white-haired mother's tears.''|That's the tops. 1:11:50:That feIIow Bensinger|is on his way right now. 1:11:53:HandIe him with kid gIoves.|Have him write poetry. 1:11:56:We don't want him.|StaII him tiII the extra's out. 1:11:58:Say his poetry smeIIs|and kick him out. 1:12:00:DoubIe-crosser. 1:12:02:He won't quit his paper|without giving notice. 1:12:04:-I mean you.|-Me? 1:12:05:You'd doubIe-cross anybody--|Wait a minute. 1:12:08:Bruce isn't coming back.|He said he was taking the 9:00. 1:12:11:In that case, he's gone. 1:12:13:Don't sit there Iike a frozen robin.|Get on with the story. 1:12:16:We shouId be finished|when Butch arrives. 1:12:18:How you have messed up my Iife.|What am I going to do? 1:12:22:Window's too smaII.|We'II carry the desk. 1:12:24:I'd be on that train now.|I'm a sap, faIIing for your Iine. 1:12:27:-They'II name streets after me--|-Yes, weII, get back to work. 1:12:31:I'm not going back to work.|WaIter, what--? 1:12:34:-Who is it?|-It's me, boss. It's Louie. 1:12:37:Louie. 1:12:39:-What's wrong?|-Where's Mrs. BaIdwin? 1:12:41:What happened? 1:12:42:Down Western Avenue, we was going|65 miIes an hour, know what I mean? 1:12:46:Where's the oId Iady? 1:12:48:We run smack into a poIice patroI.|Busted it in haIf. 1:12:51:Was she hurt? 1:12:52:Can you imagine bumping|into a Ioad of cops? 1:12:55:-What did you do with her?|-Search me, when I come to-- 1:12:58:You were with her.|You were in the cab. 1:13:00:-The driver got knocked coId.|-Butterfingers! 1:13:03:-You handed her over to the cops.|-What do you mean? 1:13:06:They was on the wrong|side of the street. 1:13:08:Fine. Now she's probabIy|squawking to the poIice. 1:13:11:She's not squawking much.|You know? 1:13:13:Don't teII me--|Was she kiIIed? 1:13:15:Was she? Did you notice? 1:13:16:Me with a gun on the hip and|a kidnapped Iady... 1:13:20:...I'm gonna ask questions|from cops? 1:13:22:-You know what I mean?|-Dead, dead. This is the end! 1:13:26:It's fate, HiIdy.|What wiII be, wiII be. 1:13:28:What am I going to say to Bruce?|What can I teII him? 1:13:31:If he Ioves you, you won't|have to say anything. 1:13:34:WouId you rather have had the oId|dame drag the poIice in here? 1:13:37:I kiIIed her. I'm responsibIe. 1:13:39:What'II I do?|How can I face Bruce again? 1:13:41:-Look at me, HiIdy.|-I am Iooking at you, you murderer. 1:13:45:If it was my own grandmother,|I'd carry on. 1:13:47:-You know I wouId, for the paper.|-Louie, where'd it happen? 1:13:50:Western and 34th. 1:13:52:-I got to get out of here--|-We can do more here. Be caIm. 1:13:55:Listen-- 1:13:57:-HeIIo, heIIo.|-Maine 4557. 1:14:01:Who? Butch, where are you? 1:14:03:Mission HospitaI?|Receiving room. 1:14:05:What are you doing there? 1:14:06:Was a Iady brought in|from a smashup? 1:14:08:For H. Sebastian, Butch,|it's a matter of Iife and death. 1:14:11:-Nobody?|-I can't hear. 1:14:13:-Morningside 2469.|-You got who? Speak up. A what? 1:14:17:You can't stop for a dame now! 1:14:20:I don't care if you've been after her.|Lives are at stake! 1:14:23:You're going to Iet a woman|come between us? 1:14:25:Was there an oId Iady brought in|in a smashup? 1:14:28:Butch, I'd put my arm in fire|for you up to here. 1:14:31:You can't doubIe-cross me. 1:14:32:Look around, pIease. 1:14:34:AII right, put her on.|I'II taIk to her. 1:14:36:Good evening, madam. Now, Iisten,|you ten-cent gIamour girI... 1:14:39:...you can't keep Butch|from his duty. What? 1:14:42:You say that again,|I'II kick you in the teeth! 1:14:45:Say, what kind of Ianguage is that?|Now, Iook here, you-- 1:14:49:She hung up. What did I say? 1:14:52:How do you Iike that?|Mousing around with some big-- 1:14:55:-WiII you shut up? I'm trying to hear!|-That's cooperation. 1:15:00:WeII, where is Duffy? 1:15:03:Diabetes. I shouId know better than|to hire a diseased person. 1:15:06:-Give me OIympia 21 36, wiII you?|-Louie! 1:15:08:-Yes, boss.|-Louie, it's up to you. 1:15:10:-Anything you say, boss.|-Get a hoId of some guys. 1:15:13:Anybody with hair on his chest,|get them off the street. 1:15:16:We gotta get the desk out. 1:15:18:Is it important?|You're the best friend I got. 1:15:20:-I Iike you too.|-Don't faiI me. 1:15:22:Get enough peopIe to move that desk. 1:15:24:You know me.|Shirt off my back. 1:15:26:Okay, don't bump into anything. 1:15:28:-Dumb immigrant is sure to fIop on me.|-Try the hospitaI again. 1:15:32:If he's not back in five,|we'II carry it out aIone. 1:15:34:-Do anything you want.|-There's a miIIion-- CouId start a fire. 1:15:36:-We'II have the firemen take it out.|-I don't care what you do. 1:15:39:-Come here. See if we can Iift it.|-What? Nobody? Never mind. 1:15:43:-Are you gonna heIp me?|-No! 1:15:45:-I'II strain my back.|-I'II find Mrs. BaIdwin. 1:15:47:-Don't open it!|-I'II go to the morgue-- 1:15:49:-We want to taIk to you a minute.|-Let go. What's the idea? 1:15:53:Get your hands off me! 1:15:54:-Now, Iook here, Johnson--|-Hey, you! 1:15:56:You mean me? 1:15:57:Yes, you. What do you mean by|breaking in here Iike this? 1:16:01:I don't care what paper|you're editor of. 1:16:04:Let go of me. Something's|happened to my mother-in-Iaw. 1:16:07:-We know what you are up to.|-She and MoIIie were in here taIking. 1:16:12:I know nothing,|and there's been an accident. 1:16:14:There's something|very pecuIiar going on here. 1:16:17:-See here--|-Just a moment, HartweII. 1:16:19:Make your accusations|in the proper manner. 1:16:22:Or I'II have to ask you to get out. 1:16:24:-Ask me to what?|-Get out. 1:16:27:You wiII, eh? Don't Iet anybody|in or out. We'II see about this. 1:16:31:-Give him the third degree.|-Make them taIk and you got him. 1:16:34:I'm going to get to the bottom of this.|Are you going to taIk? 1:16:37:-What do you want me to say?|-What do you know about WiIIiams? 1:16:40:Now we're getting some-- 1:16:42:Take her out.|I got ways to make her taIk. 1:16:44:Don't you dare touch me or-- 1:16:47:-She's got a gun!|-Grab it! 1:16:48:No, you don't. WaIter! 1:16:50:AII right, Burns.|I'II take that gun. 1:16:54:-Where did you get this?|-I can carry a gun. 1:16:56:-Not this gun.|-I can expIain it. 1:16:58:She was interviewing WiIIiams,|so I gave her a gun to defend herseIf. 1:17:02:Interesting. But this is the gun|that WiIIiams shot his way out with. 1:17:06:Good man, are you trying|to make me out a Iiar? 1:17:09:I ought to know my own gun,|oughtn't I--? 1:17:11:-That's where WiIIiams got it.|-She got it from him. 1:17:13:-Where's WiIIiams?|-You're barking up the wrong tree. 1:17:16:TeII me where he is. 1:17:18:At the hospitaI caIIing on Professor|EgeIhoffer with marshmaIIows. 1:17:22:-Where is he?|-Ask the mastermind why he's here. 1:17:25:-What do you know about this?|-My dear feIIow... 1:17:28:...the Morning Post doesn't obstruct|justice or hide criminaIs. 1:17:31:-You ought to know that.|-You're under arrest. 1:17:34:-You too.|-Who's under arrest? 1:17:36:Listen, you square-toed,|pimpIe-headed spy... 1:17:38:...do you reaIize what you're doing? 1:17:40:I'II show you. 1:17:42:You and the Post|are obstructing justice. 1:17:44:-I'II see that you're fined $1 0,000.|-You'II see nothing. 1:17:47:I'II begin by impounding the Post's|property. Is this your desk? 1:17:51:What are you afraid of, HiIdy?|I dare you to move this desk. 1:17:54:-Go ahead, try it.|-I wiII. 1:17:56:I warn you, you move this desk out,|I'II put you behind bars. 1:17:59:-He can do it.|-I'II see RooseveIt hears about it. 1:18:02:TeII him. Come on, boys! 1:18:03:-Confiscate it.|-Last chance. 1:18:05:-This is a federaI offence.|-We'II take a chance on that. 1:18:09:AII right. 1:18:11:Open up this door! 1:18:14:-Mother! I'm gIad to see you--|-That's the man that did it. There. 1:18:20:-What's the idea here?|-She cIaims she's been kidnapped. 1:18:23:They dragged me down aII the way|down the stairs and-- 1:18:26:Did he do it? 1:18:27:He was in charge.|He toId them to kidnap me. 1:18:30:Excuse me, madam.|Are you referring to me? 1:18:33:You know you did. 1:18:34:What about this? Kidnapping, huh? 1:18:36:Trying to frame me, huh?|I never saw her before in my Iife. 1:18:40:What a thing to say! 1:18:41:I was here when that girI|jumped out the window. 1:18:44:Get the mayor here. 1:18:45:Madam, be honest.|If you were out joyriding... 1:18:48:...pIastered, or in a scrape,|why not admit it instead of... 1:18:51:...accusing innocent peopIe? 1:18:53:You ruffian! How dare you taIk|Iike that to me! 1:18:55:He's crazy, Mother. 1:18:56:I'II teII you more.|I couId teII you why they did it. 1:19:00:They were hiding some|kind of murderer in here-- 1:19:02:Hiding him? In here? 1:19:04:Madam, you're a cockeyed Iiar... 1:19:06:...and you know it! 1:19:09:-What's that?|-He's in there! 1:19:11:-Give me the desk.|-What a break! 1:19:13:-Stand back.|-He might shoot. 1:19:14:-Guns out.|-He's harmIess. 1:19:16:-Don't take any chances.|-You've got his gun. 1:19:19:Go on, you grey-haired oId weaseI. 1:19:21:Let me out of here! 1:19:23:Mother! I was Iooking|aII over for you. What happened? 1:19:26:-Jake, hang on.|-HiIdy, caII Duffy. 1:19:28:-No!|-You want to see us scooped? 1:19:30:-Aim right for the centre.|-That's murder. 1:19:32:Okay, one of you get|on each end. 1:19:35:-It's coming up.|-You're covered. 1:19:36:-In a minute.|-Don't move. 1:19:37:-Any time.|-On three. 1:19:39:-It's hot.|-Ready? 1:19:41:-Any second now.|-Three. I got you, WiIIiams. 1:19:44:-Go ahead, shoot me.|-Come out. 1:19:46:EarI WiIIiams just captured|in the criminaI courts buiIding. 1:19:49:-On your feet.|-Don't try any funny stuff. 1:19:52:WiIIiams was unconscious. 1:19:53:The poIice overpowered him. 1:19:55:-He offered no resistance.|-His gun wouIdn't work. 1:19:59:The Post turned WiIIiams|over to the sheriff. 1:20:01:-Put the cuffs on them.|-More Iater. 1:20:03:An anonymous note Ied to|WiIIiams' capture. HoId on. 1:20:07:The sheriff's tracing a caII|that gave away WiIIiams' hiding pIace. 1:20:10:-Where's the oId Iady?|-She went out. 1:20:12:CaII you back. 1:20:22:-Give me the warden's office.|-You'II wish you'd never been born. 1:20:26:Oh, am I? 1:20:28:-HeIIo, Fred.|-WeII, fine work, Pete. 1:20:30:-You deIivered the goods.|-Looks naturaI, don't it? 1:20:33:-Sight for sore eyes.|-Aiding a criminaI. 1:20:35:And a IittIe charge of kidnapping--|What's that? 1:20:37:But that's the jaiI. 1:20:39:Looks Iike about ten years apiece|for you two birds. 1:20:42:When you think you've Iicked the Post,|it's time to get out. 1:20:45:WhistIing in the dark won't heIp.|You're through. 1:20:48:Archie Leach said that to me|a week before he cut his throat. 1:20:51:Is that so? 1:20:52:We've been in worse jams than this,|haven't we, HiIdy? 1:20:55:You forget the power|that watches over the Post. 1:20:58:-It's not with you now.|-Says you. 1:21:01:I've caught him. Yes, WiIIiams. 1:21:03:SingIe-handed.|Proceed with the hanging, per scheduIe. 1:21:06:-You'II be in office two days more.|-We'II puII your nose out of that feedbag. 1:21:10:I teII you what you'II be doing.|Making brooms in the penitentiary. 1:21:14:Joe? This is HartweII. 1:21:15:Come to my office right away. 1:21:17:I captured some important birds.|Take their confessions. 1:21:20:Get Liebowitz. 1:21:21:-The Iawyers won't heIp you now.|-You're taIking to the Morning Post. 1:21:26:The power of the press? 1:21:28:Bigger men than you have found out|what the power of the press is. 1:21:31:Presidents, kings.... 1:21:33:-Here's the reprieve.|-Get out. 1:21:35:-You can't bribe me. My wife--|-Get out. 1:21:38:-No, I won't. Here's the reprieve.|-What? 1:21:41:I don't want to be a city seaIer. 1:21:43:-Throw him out.|-Out you go. 1:21:44:Wait.|Who's trying to bribe you? 1:21:47:-They wouIdn't take it.|-Insane! 1:21:48:What did I say? An unseen power. 1:21:50:What do you mean with a story Iike that? 1:21:53:He's an impostor. 1:21:54:Trying to hang an innocent man|to win an eIection? 1:21:57:That's murder. 1:21:58:-I never saw him before.|-If I was to-- 1:22:00:-What's your name?|-Pettibone. 1:22:02:-When did you deIiver this?|-Who'd you taIk to? 1:22:04:-They started to bribe me.|-They? 1:22:06:-Them.|-It's absurd on the face of it. 1:22:09:He's taIking Iike a chiId. 1:22:10:-Out of the mouths of babes.|-Hi, babe. 1:22:13:He's insane or drunk. 1:22:14:If WiIIiams has been reprieved,|I'm tickIed to death. Aren't you? 1:22:18:You'd hang your mother|to be reeIected. 1:22:20:That's a horribIe thing to say|about anybody. 1:22:23:You're marveIIous.|Take a Iook at that. 1:22:25:-You're an inteIIigent man.|-Never mind. 1:22:27:Let's have your story. 1:22:29:-Nineteen years ago, I married Mrs.--|-Skip that. 1:22:32:She wasn't Mrs. Pettibone then.|She was one of the-- 1:22:35:This document is authentic.|WiIIiams has been reprieved. 1:22:38:Our commonweaIth has been saved|the necessity of shedding bIood. 1:22:42:Get off the soapbox.|Save that for The Tribune. 1:22:45:Take those handcuffs off my friends. 1:22:47:-I'm amazed at you.|-Isn't he awfuI? 1:22:49:You don't know how badIy I feeI. 1:22:52:No excuse at aII for Pete. 1:22:54:-I was onIy doing my duty.|-That's aII right. 1:22:56:-What'd you say your name was?|-Pettibone. 1:22:59:-Here's a picture of my wife.|-Fine woman. 1:23:01:-You haven't seen her.|-She's aII right. 1:23:03:She's good enough for me.|If I was to teII-- 1:23:06:I understand perfectIy, and|as Iong as I'm mayor-- 1:23:09:Which shouId be about three hours. 1:23:11:Enough to get out an edition|asking for your recaII. 1:23:14:And your arrest. You boys|ought to get about ten years apiece. 1:23:18:Don't make any hasty decisions.|You might run into a IibeI suit. 1:23:22:-You'II run into the governor.|-We understand each other perfectIy. 1:23:26:Yes, and so do I. 1:23:28:So do you what?|And now, Mr. Pettibone... 1:23:31:...we'II deIiver this reprieve|to the warden's office. Come aIong. 1:23:35:-If I was to teII my wife--|-You won't have to. 1:23:39:Wait tiII they read|the Morning Post tomorrow. 1:23:42:Tight squeeze. 1:23:43:-Give me Duffy.|-That's our worst jam. 1:23:45:What? Where? Get him. 1:23:47:Remember steaIing oId Iady Haggerty's|stomach from the coroner? 1:23:50:Any time you need this guy|he's never there. 1:23:53:We proved she'd been poisoned,|didn't we? 1:23:55:We had to hide out for a week.|Do you remember that? 1:23:58:The ShoreIand HoteI.|That's how we happened to-- 1:24:01:We couId have gone|to jaiI for that too. 1:24:03:Yes, maybe you're right, HiIdy.|It's a bad business. 1:24:06:You'II be better off.|You better get going. 1:24:10:-Where wouId I go?|-To Bruce, of course. 1:24:12:-You know he's gone. He took a train.|-Send a wire. 1:24:15:He'II be at the station|when you get into AIbany. 1:24:18:-Why doesn't he have a phone?|-I don't know. I got us messed up-- 1:24:22:-Get going, HiIdy.|-What is that with you? 1:24:25:Wait a minute.|Can't you understand? 1:24:28:I'm trying to do something nobIe.|Get out before I change my mind. 1:24:32:It's tough enough now. 1:24:33:-Just a minute.|-Send him a wire. He'II be waiting. 1:24:36:-Who'II write the story?|-I wiII. It won't be as good-- 1:24:39:It's my story.|I Iike to think that it-- 1:24:41:-At Iast.|-I get it. The same oId act, isn't it? 1:24:45:Try to push me out,|thinking I'II want to stay. 1:24:47:I know I deserve that.|Wait a minute, Duffy. 1:24:50:This time you're wrong. 1:24:52:When you waIk out that door,|part of me wiII go right with you. 1:24:55:But a whoIe new worId|wiII open up for you. 1:24:57:I made fun of Bruce and AIbany.|You know why? 1:25:00:-Why?|-I was jeaIous. 1:25:01:I was sore because he couId offer you|the kind of Iife I can't give you. 1:25:06:That's what you want, honey. 1:25:07:I couId do the story|and take the train-- 1:25:09:Forget it. Come on. Come on. 1:25:12:Goodbye, dear, and good Iuck. 1:25:17:Duffy, now this is how|it goes so far-- 1:25:21:Just a minute. 1:25:23:HeIIo. Who? HiIdy Johnson? 1:25:26:-She just Ieft.|-I'm stiII here. I can take it. 1:25:28:Hang on a minute. 1:25:32:HiIdy Johnson speaking. 1:25:34:The 4th Precinct poIice station? 1:25:37:Put him on. 1:25:39:I thought you were on your|way to AIbany-- What for? 1:25:43:For having counterfeit money. 1:25:45:Counterfeit money? 1:25:46:HoId on a minute. 1:25:48:Where did you get it? 1:25:50:I gave it to you? 1:25:52:AII right.|I'II try and do something about it. 1:26:06:Honey. 1:26:08:Honey, don't cry, pIease. 1:26:10:I didn't mean to make you cry.|What's wrong? You never cried before. 1:26:15:I thought you were reaIIy|sending me away with Bruce. 1:26:20:I didn't know you had him Iocked up. 1:26:23:I thought you were|on the IeveI, for once. 1:26:26:That you were just standing by|and Ietting me go off with him... 1:26:30:...and not doing a thing about it. 1:26:32:Come on, honey. What did you|think I was, a chump? 1:26:35:I thought you didn't Iove me. 1:26:37:What were you thinking with? 1:26:39:I don't know. 1:26:41:What are you standing|there gawking for? 1:26:44:We have to get him out of jaiI. 1:26:46:Send Louie down|with some honest money... 1:26:48:...and send him back to AIbany. 1:26:50:Sure. 1:26:52:Everything's changed.|We're coming over to the office. 1:26:56:Don't worry about the story.|HiIdy wiII write it. 1:26:58:She never intended to quit.|We're getting married. 1:27:01:-Can we go on a honeymoon this time?|-Sure. 1:27:04:Duffy, you can be managing editor. 1:27:07:Not permanentIy.|Just for the two weeks we're away. 1:27:10:I don't know where.|Where are we going? 1:27:12:Niagara FaIIs. 1:27:14:-Niagara FaIIs.|-Two whoIe weeks? 1:27:16:Sure, you've earned it. What? 1:27:19:What? A strike? What strike? 1:27:23:Where? AIbany? 1:27:25:-I know it's on the way, but--|-Okay, we'II honeymoon in AIbany. 1:27:28:Okay, Duffy. 1:27:30:Isn't that a coincidence!|I wonder if Bruce can put us up. 1:27:34:Say, why don't you carry that|in your hand? 1:28:08:SubtitIes by|SDI Media Group 01:28:11:>> Napisy pobrane z http://napisy.org <<|>>>>>>>> nowa wizja napisów <<<<<<<<
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