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- Thank you. - Oh, pretty.
- Are you expecting a letter? - One never knows.
But if I should get one, the stamp would be worth saving.
- I have Mrs. Hamilton in a moment, sir. - Are you seeing her today?
- I hope to. - May I come along? I'd like to meet her.
Hello, Mrs. Hamilton. How are you?
I'm glad to hear it. I'd like to see you today.
This afternoon, if possible.
Yes, it is. It's very urgent.
- That's too bad. - That's terrible.
You can? That's splendid.
Thank you so much. I'll be there.
5:00 this evening. Thank you. Good-bye.
You didn't make an appointment for this afternoon, did you?
- It was the only possible time. - You can't do this to Reverend Miller.
That rehearsal's being held just for you.
They'll get along without me, and there are other things more important.
- He'll be delighted to see you. - It isn't the same. You're his bishop.
I don't like going alone.
It's the big house at the end of this street, Driver.
Dudley, I take it that...
that you have the money for the taxi?
No. What makes you think I have money?
I just thought that, you being an ang...
- I'm sorry. - Sorry.
Thank you.
I may be in time to join you before too long.
- Please try. - I'll see you in front of the church...
in exactly one hour.
- Try. - I will be there.
- Good. - This is it, Driver.
- Good evening, Bishop Brougham. - How are you, Stevens?
Mrs. Hamilton is in the drawing room, sir.
Thank you.
Well, Bishop Brougham.
My dear Mrs. Hamilton, I've come to tell you...
- You've come to apologize, I trust. - Exactly.
Upon mature consideration, my objections seem petty...
compared with your generous gesture.
- I'm very relieved. Sit down, Bishop. - Thank you.
What hurt me most was to think that my instinct had betrayed me...
in recommending you for the position you now hold.
I am unceasingly grateful.
Now, in planning the cathedral I'm taking it for granted...
that the George B. Hamilton Memorial Chapel shall be located...
Just where you specified, Mrs. Hamilton.
You don't feel the effect will be lost...
if the whole cathedral was built in my husbanīs honor?
I said that in the heat of a dispute. What matters is that it be built.
Good. I will not have his name in some horrid little brass plaque.
No, it will be in marble with large, gilded letters.
Now, the large window depicting St. George and the dragon.
I should like St. George's countenance suggest my late husbanīs.
And the dragon?
Any dragon. Let's get the blueprints.
Mrs. Hamilton, since we're now in agreement...
would you mind if we postpone the discussion of the details?
- Julia's waiting at St. Timothy's. - Very well.
We can go over the plans when we send for the funds.
Thank you. I'm glad we've settled our differences.
Is anything the matter?
It doesn't seem quite right.
There's something wrong about the bishop's chair.
Madame, it must be the new varnish.
The finisher should have warned us.
- I hope I'm not harming the chair. - Not at all.
Call a furniture shop or a plumber.
- Turpentine. Do something, Stevens. - Yes, ma'am.
- Oh, dear. - I wonder...
Will you give it a little pull at the back?
Thank you.
"Benefit. Help Save St. Timothy's"
It's been a long time since Henry's been here.
I wish he had come.
When he was here, he was so close to people.
So loved by everybody.
How does it seem now?
That the cathedral has moved him away from the people he loved?
Reverend Miller will be disappointed not to see him.
He doesn't have to be.
- Hello, Mr. Miller. - So good of you to come, Mrs. Brougham.
I'm delighted to be here.
This is Mr. Dudley, the bishop's new assistant.
- A pleasure. - Thank you.
The bishop will try to get here later. Something important came up.
Oh. Of course, he's a busy man.
- This is Mrs. Duffy. - I know her. How are you?
It's always an honor to have you here at St. Timothy's.
Thank you. This is Mr. Dudley.
Mrs. Duffy is the organist.
I'm sure she plays enchantingly. Hello, Mrs. Duffy.
I'm afraid some of our boys are a little late.
We should begin but I don't see how we can.
It's quite embarrassing.
It is a little difficult to compete with basketball and Christmas.
- They're all good boys at heart. - I know.
- They'll show up. - I hope so.
- Hello, Bobby. - Hello.
- What do you sing? - First soprano.
- Are you good? - I don't know.
- How about giving a... - Me alone?
- You've got George. Hello, George. - Hello.
- What do you say? - Okay.
- Are you ready, Mrs. Duffy? - Oh, yes.
Hit it.
O sing to God
Your hymns of gladness
Ye loving hearts
Your tribute make
Your Lord is born this happy day
Then pierce the sky with songs of gladness
Disperse the chains of gloom and sadness
The Lord is born
This happy day
O Sing to Him
Your hymns of gladness
O sing to God
Your hymns of gladness
Ye loving hearts your tribute make
Your Lord is born
This happy day
Then pierce the sky with songs of gladness
Disperse the shades of gloom and sadness
Your Lord is born
This happy day
O sing full out
Your hymns of gladness
O Word of God
For us incarnate
O Word of God
For us incarnate
By faith we hear Thine angels sing
- Their hymns - Angels sing their hymns
Of praise to Thee their King
We join with them in adoration
We pour We pour to Thee
Our supplication
That Thou wouldst
Grant us Lord
Boys, that was beautiful.
Really beautiful.
You've all grown up so since the bishop and I lived in this parish.
I hardly recognized any of you.
I'm so proud of you.
I know he will be to.
Thank you.
Mr. Miller, that was wonderful.
I can't thank you enough.
- And you, Mr. Dudley. - I'm sorry the bishop isn't here.
- Are you all right? - Yes. Thank you.
What is keeping Stevens?
Stevens, there you are.
I'm sorry but the furniture shop is closed until after New Year's.
I can't find a plumber. We're out of turpentine.
- This is preposterous. - What about some witch hazel?
- May I use your telephone? - Of course. It's over there.
Thank you.
Tilda, this is Bishop Brougham.
Will you bring a pair of my trousers over to Mrs. Hamilton's house?
What difference does it make? Just bring me another pair of trousers.
Thank you.
I'm so sorry this has happened.
If only I could contact Julia or Dudley.
Don't be nervous, Bishop.
Have a chair.
Thank you, I have one.
He isn't here.
Perhaps the meeting was more important than he thought.
I suppose.
We'd better go home.
Dudley, it's strange thing.
What's strange?
You make me feel as if everything is going to be all right.
- It could be if... - If what?
If people could only learn to behave like human beings.
Hey, taxi.
Here's a cab.
Will you please wait, Sylvester?
Sure, mister.
Good evening. I'll be right with you.
This is one of our most exclusive models.
It's lovely. Simply ravishing!
So chic, so young.
- It is sweet, isn't it? - It's stunning.
Not everyone could wear such a daring hat. It was made for madame.
How did you know my name was Sylvester?
It's up there on your card.
Could you drive us through the park, please?
That's out of your way.
Sylvester, are you getting bored with us?
Oh, no. I'll drive you to Mexico City, if you want.
Thank you.
I'm having so much fun.
- Are you? - Yes.
- Are you really? - I feel as if I'm doing something bad.
- Why? - I don't know.
I seems wrong to have so much fun but...
I can't figure out why.
You folks know what's wrong with this country?
I've heard several versions of that.
- Do you know? - I think I do.
Too many people who don't know where they're going...
and they want to get there too fast.
Take you two. I'd call you unusual.
Thank you. You're very perceptive.
You know your destination but are in no hurry to get there.
You want to enjoy some scenery en route.
And you're not reluctant to spend an extra four bits...
for a detour with Mother Nature.
Look where you're going!
Well, my goodness.
Did you see the way I missed that truck?
- It was like a miracle. - Yes, but don't overplay your hand.
Sylvester, pull up here.
We're going skating.
We mustn't. It's late. We couldn't.
- Do you think we could? - Henry can wait a little longer.
- Yeah. - Sylvester, stop the car.
- I am wicked. - If you are, so am I.
And that's impossible. Can you skate?
I used to but I'm too old now.
Put on some skates. You'll find out how young you are.
I don't know about this.
Relax. That's right.
Pretty hat.
- Why, Dudley! - Now you.
- Oh, no. L... - Come on.
- Dudley, this is heaven. - You found the perfect word.
Look what I'm doing!
You're a beautiful skater. In fact, you're beautiful.
Look at Sylvester!
Now, Sylvester.
- Excuse me. - Sure.
Keep cool, Sylvester!
That's right. Come on.
Give me the other one. That's it.
Relax. No, not collapse.
Hang on to me.
Don't leave me!
How am I doing, Dudley?
Wait for me!
Thank you, Dudley.
- How much do I owe you? - Not a cent, my friend.
My pockets are bulging with the coins of self-satisfaction.
- Know why? - I'd love to know.
Because you two have restored my faith in human nature.
Good night, Dudley and Julia.
- Good night, Sylvester. - Good night, Sylvester.
Sylvester is a noble soul.
His children and his children's children will rise up and call him blessed.
This has been the most wonderful evening I've had in years.
This has been the most wonderful evening I've had in centuries.
- I hope I haven't left the key... - Go on in. It's open.
Thank you.
Thank you.
- Hello, Queenie. - Hello, Queenie. How are you?
- Can I help you? - Yes, please.
- All right. - Oh! You got my shoe.
- Hello, Henry. - Well, Henry.
I thought you were going to meet us at St. Timothy's.
What happened to you?
- Can I take that? - Thank you. You'll never guess.
- We went skating. - The coat...
There you are.
- See you in a minute. - All right.
- Skating? - Yes. Dudley's a marvelous skater.
He made me imagine that I was good.
You should have heard the boys at St. Timothy's. It was heavenly.
- I'm sure of that. - Did you have a successful meeting?
- Did you? - Satisfactory.
Good. I want to see Debby before she goes to sleep.
- You haven't said a word about it. - About what?
My new hat.
- What do you think? - Charming.
Thank you. I'll be right down.
I know that Julia is absolutely blameless in this.
- Of course she is. - You stopped me from joining you.
Julia had a very good time.
I didn't.
If you'd sent me to Mrs. Hamilton's I would have gone.
You didn't. So I went with your wife.
Is that part of the normal duties of an...
Of an angel?
Sometimes angels must rush in where fools fear to tread.
I don't know what that means and don't explain it.
You can go now.
- I've solved my problem. - Have you?
Mrs. Hamilton is giving the money for the cathedral.
That was a foregone conclusion...
if you were willing to sacrifice your principles.
Don't you think this glorious edifice is worth it?
I'm not so sure of its glory.
- You're not? - No, I'm not.
These are lean years for the world.
So many people need food and shelter.
That big roof could make so many little roofs.
We're dealing with a materialistic woman who doesn't care about that.
Did you try?
It's all arranged. It's finished.
You came so that I could have a cathedral. Now I want you to go.
Get out of my life and away from Julia.
Pray for that. It was your prayer that brought me here.
- That was no prayer. - It was right from my heart.
- I want you to go. - Julia doesn't.
Get out!
Julia's coming back. Don't let her see you like that.
Try to calm yourself.
Debby wants to say good night to Dudley.
- Where is he? - He's gone.
- Where? - How should I know?
- Why did he leave? - I got rid of him.
- I fired him. - Why?
He's incompetent and I can't stand the sight of him!
Mummy, I'm sure that Dudley's never coming back.
Darling, you must never say never.
Where is he?
Come here, dear.
Listen to me.
Dudley wouldn't leave without saying a word.
Beside, he promised to tell you about Santa Claus.
He knows him very well.
But it's almost Christmas Eve.
Soon I'll have to go to bed.
I told you he wouldn't leave without saying a word.
- Would he, Matilda? - Oh, no.
That wouldn't be like Mr. Dudley.
Come along, Debby. I'll get you ready for dinner.
- Will you come see me later? - Of course.
Here is the list of your calls.
- Ending at Mrs. Hamilton's. - Thank you.
Miss Cassaway, here is the manuscript to my Christmas sermon.
I shall want the original and five carbons for the press.
If you finish before I come back, leave them on my desk.
I'm sorry to keep you so long on Christmas Eve.
I understand. It must be done.
I'm ready to start out now.
We're going to the Trubb-Shaws, then...
Then to the Van Dovers.
Good-bye, Miss Cassaway.
- Sylvester! - Hello, Julia.
What are you doing here?
I've been waiting about an hour hoping for another skating party.
I didn't want to miss it. Where's Dudley?
You got a preacher with you.
Oh, I know!
You and Dudley are getting married!
Sylvester, this is my husband, Bishop Brougham.
- How do you do? - Oh.
247 North Maple.
247 North Maple.
- Mildred. - Oh!
Dudley, it's you. I didn't see...
Where have you been? We've been worrying about you.
And poor Mrs. Brougham.
- What about her? - She's been in and out of here all day.
Asking if we've seen or heard from you.
- Where is she? - She and the bishop are making calls...
finishing at Mrs. Hamilton's.
- I'll type this for you. - Oh, no.
- You go. - The bishop told me...
It's almost Christmas Eve. You must have shopping to do.
- Go on. - Thank you, Dudley.
Merry Christmas, Mildred.
Merry Christmas, Dudley.
Take a sermon.
Tonight, I want to tell you the story of an empty stocking.
Once upon a midnight clear, there was a chilīs cry.
A blazing star hung over a stable...
and wise men came with birthday gifts.
Have you got that?
Good. We haven't forgotten that night down the centuries.
We celebrate it with stars hung on the Christmas tree and bells...
and gifts, especially gifts.
We buy them, wrap them and put them under the tree.
You give me a tie. I give you a book.
Aunt Martha wants an orange squeezer.
Uncle Harry can use a new pipe.
We forget nobody, adult or child.
All the stockings are filled.
All except one.
- I'm sorry, Matilda. - Mr. Dudley, I knew you'd come back.
I knew you hadn't walked out on us.
Of course not.
Debby's been so worried and Mrs. Brougham...
Run upstairs. Tell Debby I'll see her later.
- I have some work to do. - I'll tell her.
One moment, please.
- Is Mrs. Hamilton expecting you? - No, but she'll want to see me.
- I'm the bishop's assistant. - You're not expected, but the bishop is.
I told you, Stevens, she'll wish to see me.
"This was composed for you, my darling, and you only. Allan."
Her husbanīs name was George.
Good evening.
That music you were playing.
I'm the only one living that knows that composition.
It's a shame that we're the only ones...
who appreciate the lost genius of Allan Cartwright.
- You know about him? - Oh, yes.
The world lost a brilliant, young composer when he died.
That was forty years ago. You couldn't have known him.
I'm older than you think. Come, let us sit down.
- What is your name? - My name is Dudley.
Tell me about Allan and you.
Tell me.
Allan Cartwright was the only man I ever loved.
We were engaged to be married.
I got frightened.
He had nothing and I was afraid of poverty.
He went away.
I never saw him again.
I never loved George Hamilton.
He was very much in love with me.
He was wealthy.
I've spent a fortune honoring his memory in empty monuments.
The Hamilton mansion. Never been here before.
- What do I owe you? - No charge. I'm not busy.
- Thank you, Sylvester. - I'll be seeing you, Julia.
That must be Henry and Julia at the door.
The bishop! I can't see him now.
- Oh, yes, you will. - No!
Just go out and greet them in you usual warmhearted manner.
The Bishop and Mrs. Brougham are calling, madame.
- You'll stay for dinner? - I'm afraid I can't.
I have work to do.
Don't keep Henry and Julia waiting.
How do you do, Mrs. Hamilton?
How nice of you to come and see me.
Merry Christmas.
Let's go into the drawing room.
- Merry Christmas to you too. - Oh, we're old friends. Call me Agnes.
You too, Julia, dear.
Yes, of course.
But he's gone already.
- He was here. - I should have known it.
- Where did he go? - The poor man had so much work to do.
You must make him take some rest.
I've been trying to.
I can't thank you enough for sending him to me. But sit down.
Meeting Dudley has been the greatest spiritual experience of my life.
I'm so glad.
How did you find him?
- It was an accident. - It was a miracle.
Indeed. Talking with this wonderful, understanding man has...
I've changed my mind about the cathedral.
My money's going to those who need it. The poor and the homeless.
The unappreciated people here and around the world.
I want you to direct the spending of the money.
- You see what Dudley has done? - I see.
- Now you understand... - Thank you, Mrs. Hamilton.
I'll be home later for dinner, or something.
I don't know what...
Hello, Professor.
Come in, my dear fellow.
Sit down. Let me take your coat.
- No, thanks. - Not there. Here.
This is the only reliable chair.
This is a surprise and an honor.
We must have a glass of sherry.
- No, thank you. - I insist.
I want to show you something.
You see this bottle and note that it is full?
This is inexplicable even to you with your vast ecclesiastical knowledge.
Observe that it is still full.
How do you account for that? And the sherry.
It stimulates, warms and inspires.
But no matter how much you drink, it never inebriates.
I can account for it. Dudley's been here.
And that's not all.
He told me some things about history that opened my eyes.
Today I went to the university library and read some ancient texts...
which have been undecipherable to living scholars.
Suddenly, I could understand them.
And this is what I have done, thanks to Dudley.
I'm actually writing my history.
Let's face it. Dudley is no mortal man like the rest of us.
Is he?
- How did you know? - I can't tell.
- What is he? - He says he's an angel.
- An angel. - Nothing stopped me that time.
- From heaven? - That I'm not sure about.
An angel.
Too bad. He's such a nice fellow.
I should have known.
Nothing less could have put me to work.
I'm glad he's done somebody some good.
He's brought nothing but disaster for me.
That's absurd. He and Julia were here the other day.
She seemed happy, quite like her old, delightful self.
She's a different person when she's with him.
He's made her despise me.
Are you sure he has done that?
- You think it's my fault? - I didn't say that.
This is a mystery beyond my powers of comprehension.
I suppose I am to blame for everything.
I asked for this in more ways than one.
Dudley's presence only confirmed that I'd already lost Julia and Debby's love.
I must confess, my old friend.
You generously sent me a coin.
And I only saw its commercial value. Now I don't know where it is.
I do. Here it is.
Where did you find it? Don't tell me.
And what's more he told me what it is. A muzeum piece. Worth a fortune.
You keep it. Give it to Julia as my Christmas present.
It might bring luck to you both.
It seems strange, you a bishop...
and me, a broken-down, old scholar.
I feel terribly sorry for you.
I wish I could help.
- There's nothing to be done. - There must be.
You and Julia have always loved each other.
That's only partially true.
- I love Julia... - Then fight for her.
How can I?
You have a tremendous advantage.
- Advantage over an angel? - That's precisely it.
He's an angel. Julia is a creature of earth.
She's a woman and you are a man.
Isn't it beautiful? He did every bit of it himself.
So quick too. I couldn't believe my eyes.
- What a blessing he's been. - The tree's lovely.
I'm glad you like it. It's been years since I've decorated a tree.
I usually get the more disagreeable jobs.
Good night, Matilda.
- Sweet dreams. - Thank you, Mr. Dudley.
I think my work here is almost finished.
I'll have to be going.
Where will you be going?
Wherever they send me.
Who are they?
My superior officers.
Will we ever see you again?
They seldom send us to the same place twice.
We might form attachments.
- I don't understand. - Of course not.
- I don't want to leave. - Why?
There are few people who know the secret of making a heaven here on Earth.
You are one of them.
- I think you should go. - Please don't send me away.
- What are you saying? - I'm tired of wandering.
I'm tired of existing where one is neither hot nor cold, hungry nor full.
You must go away and never come back.
I've never fought an angel, but take off your coat and put up your dukes.
Why do you want to fight me?
Because you tried to steal my wife, my child, the love that belongs to me.
Don't you realize that as an angel...
I could destroy you with a bolt of lightning?
I don't care. Julia means more to me than my life.
I'm not gonna lose her.
Then I have news for you. I'm going.
I'll accept that when I see it.
No, you won't.
Because when I go you'll never know an angel visited your house.
- What about Julia? - She won't remember either.
Nor will Debby, the professor or anyone else.
- I don't trust you. - You may.
Because your prayer has been answered.
That's not true. I was praying for a cathedral.
No, you were praying for guidance.
That has been given to you.
Just a minute, please.
Good-bye, Henry.
If we need you again, will you come back?
Not I.
I should ask to be assigned to the other end of the universe.
Because I was so difficult?
This difficulty was in me.
When an immortal envies the mortal entrusted to him it's a danger signal.
Take her in your arms and hold her tight.
Kiss her for me, you lucky Henry.
She's asleep.
Are you all right?
Of course I am.
Did you get that for Debby?
I can't imagine where it came from.
Why, Henry. What is it?
I don't know. L...
I just have the most inexplicable feeling of happiness.
- You know something? - What?
There's a big bowl of cider downstairs.
That's for tomorrow afternoon.
Let's drink it now. To us.
To our happiness and what lies ahead.
Then let's smash the glasses in the fireplace.
That's coming from St. Timothy's.
Let's have the cider after your Christmas Eve sermon.
- Oh, my sermon. - Yes.
That's better still.
Ring the bells in adoration
We pour We pour to Thee
Our supplication
That Thou wouldst
Grant us Lord
Tonight I want to tell you the story...
of an empty stocking.
Once upon a midnight clear...
there was a chilīs cry.
A blazing star hung over a stable...
and wise men came with birthday gifts.
We haven't forgotten that night down the centuries.
We celebrate it with stars on Christmas trees...
with the sound of bells and with gifts.
Especially with gifts.
You give me a book.
I give you a tie.
Aunt Martha wants an orange squeezer.
Uncle Henry can use a new pipe.
We forget nobody, adult or child.
All the stockings are filled.
All, that is, except one.
And we have even forgotten to hang it up.
A stocking for the child born in a manger.
It's His birthday we're celebrating.
Let's not ever forget that.
Let us ask ourselves...
what He would wish for most.
And then let each put in his share.
Loving kindness, warm hearts...
and the stretched-out hand of tolerance.
All the shining gifts that make peace on earth.
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