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What is the purpose of your trip, pIease?
Thank you and weIcome to St. Estéphe.
What is the purpose of your trip, pIease?
May I see these Havanas, pIease?
-Relax, -I'Il reIax after the dog and pony show.
- WilI you put that thing away, Joe? - Just a minute,
Mr, Ross?
- Susan, - Susan. you on the pIane?
In the cheap seats. I'm just thriIled the company sent me here at alI.
Let me help you with that.
On, no, Mr, Ross, I promised Mr, KIein nobody touches this but me,
- Let me just get this, - you are a reaI boy scout,
- That's a compliment indeed. - They toId me we started here,
- It's true. - Nothing sensitive in that,
AbsoIutely not. Come on,
The process,.,
and by means of the process to controI the global market.
- And this process is complete? - lt's near compIetion,
- Near compIetion? - Very near. This team, which Mr, Ross--
- Team? - The team,
And I think if I may, Mr, Klein.,,
l wouId like to state that the work and the inspiration for the process was--
Thank you, George.
l know you'lI understand when I say that's neither here nor there.
These gentIemen have come down to hear the good news,
The good news is control of the market.
- How are we gonna do that, Mr. Ross? - Some information is in front of you,
We don't want to get too specific for security reasons,
My task is to teIl you what those things l can in Iayman's Ianguage,
l think I can break it down sufficientIy to give you a pretty firm idea.
- This process-- - yes.
How long could we hoId on to it before the competition steals it?
We defend it, of course, tooth and naiI. This is a proprietary process,
Of course, after the fact, But the competition--
The question is, if we get into it, what do we own?
you're asking us to consider making a vast investment.
Before we take this before the stockholders' meeting,,.
I want to know, what do we own?
- Speak to the point. - Thank you, I wiII.
Without our actual data, without the formula.,.
the Japanese, or any one eIse for that matter, would have nothing.
ShouId you give us the go-ahead, their actuaI--
The legaI issues are these:
We have both the de facto and the de jure copyright of that process,
Even if they should engage in piracy, their research and development time,.,
- Their catch-up time, - would put them back-- George?
- Three? - Three to five years.
What l want to know is, who much money wiII we make?
In that three-to-five-year period,.,
a conservative projection is we're gonna generate for the company,,.
a windfalI somewhere on the order of--
- l'd like to take this opportunity-- - What is it, Joe?
If I might-- They were kind enough to mention the stockhoders' meeting,
But if we couId discuss the exact terms of--
- Of your-- - Of my bonus.
That is, my participation in it,
This thing goes, there's gonna be more than enough to go around.
Are you kidding? you did good in there, l'm not gonna forget it.
- Thank you. - Neither are they.
- But my exact question is-- - How much?
l'm in the same position as you,
They keep me in the dark too, yes, they do.
Do you need a couple of bucks for your rent?
For my rent? I can't say that I do, sir,
I'II telI you what.
Frankly, l'm here to enjoy myself, That's why we brought you felIows down.
Give you a Iittle perk, Now you wanna taIk business?
New york, my office, Any time,
And Joe, why don't you buy yourseIf some new clothes?
Give yourself a hoIiday.
As you see, Joe, Iots to do down here.
See you in New york.
Both the room charges and the incidentals--
- The fax said the incidentaI expenses-- - 'm just the new girl,
- I'II just be a moment. - Thanks,
your traveIer's checks are in U,S, doIIars?
- That's right, - Some cIambake, huh?
-I'II need you to sign these. -GabrieIIe, you have to change the tape,
Change it? Don't you just rerecorded them?
- No, we save aII the tapes. - What do you keep them for?
lnsurance company demands it,
People waterskiing and so on. In case of a suít.
Lot of money, sir,
They give you a better exchange at the bank.
Oh, weIl, l suppose I should have done it that way, but,,.
that's alI right.
HelIo, Been shopping, Mr. Ross?
lf you want, as Iong as we're here-- thank you-- you couId calI me Joe,
yeah, as Iong as I didn't take that as inducement.,.
to further intimacy.
- WeIl-- - I'Il caIl you Joe down here then,
How'd the meeting go?
Something big, huh? That's what they alI think back at home.
- CouId be something big. - What is it?
- Sworn to secrecy, - Something big. Sworn to secrecy,
- Everybody's smokin' a cigar. - Things seem to be going our way,
Did you know the Caribbean is the number one honeymoon destination.,.
for young Japanese?
- l didn't know that, - WelI, it is.
- Long way to come, - Must be because it's so romantic.
Take a picture, sir?
The security of the process.
There's onIy one copy of the process, lt's in New york,
- I see, - The answer you're after--
Beats workin', doesn't it?
One last shot, Show 'em back at the office, Our day in paradise,
- Sure, - Let's see those ivories!
A friendly smile, a tropicaI isIe.
- I'II take you too, - Thanks,
Chris, I Ieft the Iog on the piIot seat,
you're a reaI gent, See ya,
l'II give you $1,000 for that camera,
beg your pardon?
l said, l wilI give you $1,000 if give me that camera.
Are you asking a favor of me? ls that the idea?
Because if it's important to you, why don't you take the camera as a gift?
Why don't you take it?
There you go, My gift to you.
Excuse me,
What is this thing that brought you down here?
A very hush-hush, secret deveIopment,
But I'm so Iow down on the food chain. l've only been there a month,
- HelIo, Joe, l was just-- - yeah, we're secret agents down here,
- HelIo, Joe, l was just-- - yeah, we're secret agents down here,
Super-rich and powerful, Reforming the world.
- FuI of priceless information, - Everybody on vacation's got a story,
- Isn't it? - That's right,
Everybody needs to feeI important. What do you do?
Me? l'm with the FBI.
l know,
I shouIdn't have said anything. Not that I know anything,
you're right, you know what I have? A secretary mentaIity.
- That's right. Might be a good idea-- - Not that anyone telIs me anything,
l'm just here to fetch and carry, ''Send the new girl,''
No. It's not a big thing.
Just don't have to mention it, Thanks.
- Somebody's got a crush on you, - l ain't Iookin' for an office romance,
AIl I want is an umbreIIa in my drink.
Your ship comes in, you're gonna be whisking them away like fIies, lad,
- Just like fIies, - Ship comes in!
Nice shirt.
They can twist and squirm, but they owe ya.
- And if they don't wanna pay? - WeIl, nobody wants to pay,
Here's what I think:
Worry is interest paid in advance on a debt that never comes due.
- Is it indeed? - I warned ya,
Leave the job tiII tomorrow, This evening, let's enjoy ourseIves.
- you'lI have to show me how. - My pIeasure.
Good evening, ladies.
HeIIo, girls,
EvidentIy intended for our betters.
I'm gonna go off and get into trouble,
How good of you to come out and join us.
Here we go.
you interested in tennis?
Never had too much time for it,
That's the whoe problem with the whoIe thing, isn't it?
A man said, ''lt's aIl right when your hobbies get in the way of your work,.,
but when they start to get in the way of each other--''
My littIe sister pIays tennis.
AIternate on the OIympic team.
WeII, sorry,
What I want to say is, thank you.
l was wrong today,
l was wrong to offer you money, lt was gauche,.,
and it was--
and I appreciate your gesture.
I'm in your debt, Thank you.
GIad to heIp,
LoveIy, romantic spot,
My name is Julian DelI, by the way. Everybody calIs me Jimmy,
- Joseph Ross, - That was a nice gesture on your part.
- I appreciate it. - Where's the young lady?
- The young Iady on the beach, - HeIicopter.
Back to Bermuda,
you wanna get a drink?
Who is she, the young Iady on the beach?
WeII, she's a princess,
You might say the titIe means nothing, The country hardIy exists anymore.
But perhaps it means something.
And the princess, she's what? She's--
WeIl, she's married, and she's married to a friend of mine,
- So I saw you with the camera, - Oh, yes.
What happened to the princess?
She was, of course, never here,
- We whisked her back to her husband. - l understand,
- Good morning. - Morning.
George Lang, Jimmy DeIl,
- The feIIow with the airpIane. - That's right,
- PIeasure. Nice plane, - Beats waIkin',
A feIlow said, ''We must never forget that we are human.
And as humans, we must dream.,,
and when we dream, we dream of money.''
Money, Impresses everyone. What did it ever do for one?
Useful if you want to buy things,
l got this.
- My sister, - She young and pretty?
I think she'd qualify as young and pretty,
l'm gonna take a waIk, you wanna take a walk?
Bedtime for me,
Perhaps we'Il meet back in New york,
I hope so.
- Got a card? - Sure,
LoveIy gesture of yours, giving me that camera,
Copies of the bilIs to the main office.,,
and alI incidental and personaI items as we spoke of.
l know they're high on you. They even told me to pick up your locaI calIs.
- l didn't calI on anybody. - WelI, you missed your chance.
ShouId have gone hog wiId on the company and stoIen a bathrobe,
- Can l talk to you for a second? - For the purposes of bilIing.,.
if you could render our account into American doIlars,.,.
and we wouId, of course, pay the exchange rate today,
The group has expressed an anxiety about the possibility of insider trading.
- I'm not about to indulge-- - Just mentioned it as a matter of--
- l understand. - you understand what?
l understand that everyone is anxious, Would you excuse me for a minute?
Okay, let me just take you through these charges,
- This is your room charge, - Thank you.
- Right. - Thank you. lt's been our pleasure,
This is radioed telephone caIIs to the mainland,
And these were alI room and beverage.
And this is for the steno transIator,
- Is that right? - This is for the international calIs,
The internationaI code. Good, thank you.
We had the line open to SwitzerIand every night.
That's fine,
Good morning. How's the worId traveIer today?
Don't taIk to me.
FeeIing poorIy?
l put a thief in my mouth to steal my brains,
How was your evening?
ActuaIly, l had a rather interesting one,
Whoa, whoa.
What might this be? Rich Aunt die?
Part of my adventure took pIace in the casino. Here's your half,
- My haIf? - We swore to share and share aIike.
- I don't need this. - A deal's a deaI,
- Give it to charity. - Wait a second.
I 'II get that.
Thank you, you are a reaI gentIeman.
Oh, excuse me,
I'm sorry--
l'm so glad I caught you, you're going back to New york,
- Might l ask you a service? - Certainly,
Could you drop off a package for me?
Could you drop this off for my sister?
- Mrs. Dasilva at the WiItshire? - Sure,
- You don't mind? - GIad to do it,
l'm going to be in New york Friday. Are you free?
- I-- - We'II have dinner. Are you free?
- Of course. - l'II caII you,
- I Iook forward to it. - Friday,
you may proceed to your gate. Thank you,
May I hep you, sir?
Is this the line to New york?
- ls there anything eIse, sir? - yeah,
- Anymore room in first class? - I'II check,
- This is so generous of you, - My pIeasure.
- It's an extraordinary gesture, - It's alI right.
- Remarkable, - Baby boomer, somebody said.,.
''Nobody going on a business trip woud have been missed.,.
if he didn't arrive.''
This way, pIease.
- I'm sorry, miss. - Camera.
Put it on the beIt, pIease. Next, step through.
See you on the pIane.
- This fim, is it gonna be-- - lt won't hurt your fiIm,
Just come through.
- Excuse me. - This is so nice of you, reaIy,
They told me l even get to keep my return ticket,
Use it any time,
Not that I plan to be back here, but--
- May I see your ticket? - l know you wouIdn't think it,.,
but this gentIeman arranged for me to sit here with quaIity,
Shows to go you, you never know who anybody is.
Never know who anybody is. That gir, said she was with the FBl,
- Guess what she does. - What does she do?
She is with the FBI.
- Funny oId world, - Funny oId word?
- Dog my cats. - Dog my cats, indeed,
you never know who anybody is.
With the exception of me. l am what l Iook ike. Why is that?
- I think you look just fine, - Anybody could be anybody,
Mysterious, or--
Take that guy who got off the seaplane.
- What about him? - Who was he?
I don't know, A feIIow who got off a pIane,
Just my point.
We think he's a feIlow who got off a pIane,
Can't go around mistrusting everybody. you mistrust everybody?
- No, just strangers, - Aha,
- We saw him get off the plane, - We did not,
We saw him in a boat which came from the direction of the pIane,
- I saw him get off the pane, - Maybe that's what you think you saw.
l took a picture of you and he's in the background.
l believe you'II see-- I can't say that I'm sure--
but I think you'Il see his boat just came from the direction of the pIane.
We have no idea who anyone is.
We wilI be arriving in New York shortly,
you are required to filI out a passport form.
I think l'm getting the fIu.
I'm taking in some Cuban cigars.
you? Did you? Where'd you hide 'em?
Like they say at the airport, ''Did anyone give you a package?
- Did you Ieave your--'' - What do you mean?
MuIes. PeopIe get peopIe to bring in dope for them, or guns or something,
Somebody gives you a package to take back and you trust them.
Who in this world is what they seem?
Excuse me, sir, We wilI be Ianding momentarily,
you must return to your seat!
One moment,
- Where are we? - How do you feel?
My imagination, or was that new secretary with us up in first class?
- you bought her a ticket. - I bought her the ticket?
you bought her the ticket.
you know what your problem is? you're too nice,
Everything for everybody eIse, nothing for yourseIf,
- Driver, stop the car, please, - Where are you going?
WiIl you take my stuff back to the office?
- Sure, - Thank you.
This book could be rebound, but--
- Price is not an issue. - Miss Smith,
CertainIy, sir, But as I was going to say, it's a common book,
Common issue, l wouIdn't be surprised if we--
By the way, if you are interested in Don Budge.,.
it happens I have a very fine autograph of him at the French Open in, uh--
Got it, Mr, Cole,
Ah, you see?
- The very same. - The same book?
Same book, same edition. identical,
May I wrap this for you?
WouId you mind?
And if you are interested in the Don Budge photo.,.
l'm sure l couId give you a very attractive price on it.
yes, thank you,
- For Mrs. DasiIva, - l'I see that she gets it, sir,
Thank you,
So, what are you doin' for the weekend?
- Far as I know, I'm workin' here, - Workin', huh?
That's right. See ya Monday,
The question is one of compensation,.,
to which you are entitIed.
Compensation as the discoverer,.,
and as the head of the design team.
- It's your right, - Every time I broach it--
-What does he say? -''Wait until the stockhoIders' meeting,''
Of course. By then, it'lI be too late,
Don't give up. We're gonna taIk it out, What are you doin' tonight?
- l think I'm going to dinner. - Big date?
- Some peopIe I met. Who is it? - Susan Ricci.
Just a minute, pIease,
you givin' her a tumbIe?
Perhaps l have my sights set on different things.
Beware of aIl enterprises which require new clothes,
- Teatime. - ShouIdn't you be going home?
WeIl, yes, I have a hot date for the weekend,.,
with this rich guy who's gonna whisk me to Connecticut.,,
and loII me around in an old four-poster bed,
But it's just in my imagination, so here I am.
- Thank you. - you studying tennis?
Oh, we didn't play in my neighborhood when l was a kid,
Getting used to the ways of the rich?
- Why should he be doing that? - Oh, come on,
WouId you turn away pIease?
How's everything in the outer offices?
My troika was pursued by woIves.
Good thing this cookie arrived unscathed,
lt was a cIose thing,
Oh, no, l don't mean to pry. I'm just here to serve,
Good night, Joe, Susan.
you get freed up, gimme a caII,
l shouId stay home anyway, I'm coming down with something,
- The flu, - Lot of it going around,
Good night, George,
When you own the company, can I be Queen?
- What are you taIking about? - Little pitchers have big ears.
- Do they indeed? - That's their identifying mark.
What do loose Iips sink?
See you on Monday, Susan.
Have a good weekend, Mr. Ross,
When I get my fiIm back from the Fotomat you'lI see that.,,
that guy was not on the seaplane and you'II owe me a doIIar,
Good night,
- Good night, Mr. KIein. - Nothing sensitive in there.
The process is in the safe on noncopyabIe paper,
There are, that I know of, only two keys.
I'm going home. you teIl Susan that l'lI see her on Monday,
- Anyone caIls, I'II be home. - yes, sir.
- Could I say something? - PIease, What is it?
Sir, your concern with security indicates to me.,.
that you think somebody's trying to take advantage of you.
I don't want to take advantage of you,,.
and I don't want anyone to take advantage of me,
- I don't understand. - l wouId like,.,
consideration for the work I've done on the process.,,
and for the wealth that it's going bring,
l keep teIIing you, son, everybody appreciates the work you've done,
you'lI find it recognized at the stockhoders' meeting,
Good night, Have a good weekend,
you've done a wonderful job, Joe, your work wilI be recognized,
- you wanna ride out with me? - No, I have a dinner date,
- Car is here, sir, - I take your point.
We'Il just do our jobs,,.
and we'lI be rewarded according to our just desserts,
- l'm gone tilI Monday, - yes, sir, Have a good weekend.
- Aston Martin Lagonda CabrioIet, - Where did the car come from?
This car came from the estate of the previous owner.,.
and then was returned to Aston Martin,
Aston Martin and Lagonda merged in the mid-'40s.
- Compared to this BentIey-- - The BentIey isn't synchro-meshed,
you have independent rear suspension.
This car was considered the most decadent car of its day.
- Why is that? - Look at the lines.
- And the speed? - May l heIp you?
Sir, l'm sorry, We're open only by appointment.
No, l--
I guess l'd, uh--
WeIl, l guess l'd better get out of your way,
WouId you Iike us to drive it out to you this weekend on the island?
Someone shouId do a book: Japanese aII over the worId,.,
in front of the world's monuments, taking pictures of each other,
That's what somebody shouId do,
We were supposed to have dinner last night, What happened?
Don't the Iaws of courtesy appIy to the rich?
you're a heIl of a one to talk about courtesy,
I don't understand.
you had my sister waiting for you aIl afternoon.
- What? - What do you mean, ''What?''
l mean, I don't know what you're talking about.
- You were going to bring her the book, - I did,
you left it for her,
you toId me you were going to bring the book to her,
I calIed. She was waiting for you,
- She was waiting? - She waited alI afternoon,
- I never said I'd bring her the book. - I beIieve that's what we settIed on.
It certainIy was not, I didn't-- Look,
Look, l didn't--
Look, I didn't want to intrude, Why would I want to intrude?
My understanding was, you asked me to drop it off.
That's not what we said,
Look here, lt certainly is,
And I don't appreciate being accused of a Iack of courtesy.
Isn't it possibIe you misremembered? No,
Don't look at me like l want something from you,
l don't, you asked me to do it,
ls it possible you got it wrong?
Huh? Is it possibIe?
It's possibIe.
AlI right. That's aII l wanted to say, Thank you.
I was just in the neighborhood and I thought l would drop by.
- you want some coffee? - Sure,
So, as l said, l was just accidentalIy in the vicinity.,.
and aren't you courteous and aII for having me in?
yes, weII, good,
Make 'em right by my house, Right under my house,
SmalI worId, huh?
Chock fuII of coincidences,
Nice knife,
Thank you,
Got it in the Boy Scouts,
HeI of an organization.
Ever get the urge to do something adventurous.,.
in spite of the ancient wisdom against interoffice romances?
Look, here's the thing,
l know you're in ine for higher things,
you got it written aIl over you.
But you never get anything in Iife if you don't speak out for it,.,
so here's what l wanted to say,
l'm a helI of a person. I'm Ioyal, true and not too hard to look at.
What do you think?
- I think you're a oveIy young woman, - You think so?
- l've got eyes. - you got very nice eyes,
Can you see without those things?
Why don't you take 'em off?
ThIs is Jimmy Dell. l called fo say l'm sorry.
- you're sorry? - Yes. Do you know why?
Because I was wrong, and I'd like you to accepf my apology.
- you're sorry. - Yes, l was dead wrong.
I would be grafeful if you would forgive me.
- yes, l do, Thank you, - Are you sure?
Good. Then if you're free fonighf, my sisfer and I will take you to dInner.
l'll send my car for you.
- Okay, Thank you. - Good.
- your mother's sick or somethin', huh? - No.
But, uh--
I'm busy,
you're busy.
Nothin' l can say to that,
But, uh,.,
it's loveIy of you to stop by.
WeII, l was in the neighborhood anyway.
lf you ever feel the need of some company.,.
or you'd Iike someone to cook you dinner--
or dinner and breakfast--
110 Mott Street,
110 Mott Street, above a bakery,
Above a bakery,
Above the Sunshine Bakery.
WouIdn't that be just like me?
The pool's too warm,
Hi, l'lI throw on some cIothes. Do you want a drink?
- Thank you. - you swim every day?
l try to, My sister's gonna meet us at the cIub,
Sorry, I gotta catch it before they cIose,
I want to apologize,
- It's possibIe l misremembered, - No.
That's not necessary. It was me.
l'm sure it was my fauIt,,.
and I'm gonna teII you why,
Want to hear a sad story?
Since we were kids, my sister and I.,.
alI we ever had was each other,
lt's stiII aIl we have,
How's that for melodrama?
l caIIed and told her I wanted her to meet a nice guy.
you know what? Forget about it,
Lord, didn't you get hot today?
- Got on my high horse. - I suppose you did,
Got a littIe ahead of yourself.,,
going on about ''you rich people,''
- Did l say that? - yes, you did.
Before you throw your sister at me,,.
l think I shouId correct a misimpression.
- I'm just a working man, - Uh-huh.
What's a working man doing on St. Estéphe? you a jeweI thief?
- My company brought me down. - SeIl a miIIion widgets, or something?
Something like that,
Work for a Iiving, That's your dark secret.
- That's it. - WelI, that expIains it.
- What? - your good manners.
Thank you. NobIe savage.
Not even one Swiss bank account?
Wouldn't even know how to open one,
Did you have a dog when you were young?
- My mother had a dog. - What was his name?
you now have a Swiss bank account, anybody asks.
Credit National de Geneve, Code word: Paddy,
you just opened me a Swiss bank account?
Lavish, awkward gesture, AIl of 15 Swiss francs it it,
But you ever want to impress anybody, they can find out you have an account,.,
but Swiss Iaw prohibits the bank from reveaIing the balance,
Thus are aIl men made equal,
Let me change, Let's go meet the littIe sister,
Good evening. you had a message from Mrs. DasiIva,
Thank you,
WeIl, she ain't feeling weIl, Sends her regrets,
Can we meet her tomorrow for tennis? You free?
- Of course, l hope it's not, uh-- - WouId you caII Mrs, DasiIva, James?
TelI her tennis tomorrow wilI be fine. 2:00?
- HelIo, George. What's good tonight? - It's aII good.
- What'd you have? - The venison.
- What'd the chef have? - The venison.
Then we'II have the venison. In for a treat,
What is it?
It's Saturday, Mr, DelI,
It's cIub members only tonight, sir.
Forget about it. Big deal,
- It's the board meeting after the meaI. - lt's an oId ruIe,
- The board members are here, - Let's go somewhere eIse,
Who do you have to know in this town? you sending me out for a burger?
- If there were anything I could do-- - No, Saturday night.
Members onIy,
HelI, get me a membership form,
- Go in the office and get a form, - PIease, James.
Listen, Jimmy, it couIdn't be Iess important,
What couId be better?
- you reaIly don't have to do this, - It's my nature,
l'm a problem soIver and l have a heart of goId,
Thank you, James,
Speaking of goId, got more buIIion on it than--
We're not eIecting him Pope or anything. Just sign it and we'II--
What is the phrase? Chow down.
Mr, Ross, weIcome to the cIub.
- What do I owe you for the membership? - Forget about it.
- Pay me when your ship comes in. - That may be presently,
GIad to hear it, Get a tip on a horse?
- The widgets. - Widgets.
- We're developing a new-- - Put it in the bank,
- Do the American thing, - What's that?
Marry a rich widow.
We used to say, a nymphomaniac who owns a Iiquor store,
That's right. Money isn't everything.
- That's what my boss says. - Does he?
That's right.
One thing my father taught me about business:
Always do business as if the person you're doing business with.,,
is trying to screw you, because most ikely they are,
And if they're not, you can be pIeasantIy surprised.
My father knew about business: work hard, take alI the overtime you can get.
- You Iiked your father, huh? - I Ioved my father.
- What did he do? - Worked Iike a dog aIl his Iife,
WeI, he Ieft you a heII of a legacy,
I'm sure he'd be proud of you.
How can you say that?
PeopIe aren't that compIicated, Good peopIe, Bad peopIe.
They generalIy look Iike what they are.
Is that so?
lt is,
Why are so many peopIe having such difficulty?
That's the question that baffIes me, PIay some tennis tomorrow?
Hi. There you are,
I'm sorry. I beg--
Transfer it from the A account.
WelI, then take it-- That's right, Thank you.
What have you done with her?
CIose out the account, That's aII right,
Just cIose it out and put it in the--
That's right. Put it in the Channel Islands Iiquid, Thank you.
l don't care what the Iegal department said about verbaI agreements.
you teIl 'em l said to write it down-- who gets to do what to who.
- Thank you. Where's our girl? - l thought you had her.
l ain't got her. Let's go change.
About verbaI agreements-- they're not worth the paper they're printed on.
- That's what my boss just said to me, - ln re what?
What was he taIking about?
WelI, I've got a--
- l got-- Thank you, - you're welcome,
I did something for the company and they owe me something.
- I think I need to get it in writing. - l wouId. What do they owe you?
- l think they owe me a lot of money. - What do you mean, you think?
I invented something for them.
It's a work for hire. They own it, but--
Is Mrs. DeSIiva in? Who told you it was a work for hire?
WeIl, they did. I--
- you invented it? - WeII, I--
I'm not a Iawyer, I'm just a guy, TelI me, you invented it?
But I'm sure it beIongs to them, I was in their empIoy at the time.
This is her brother. Who am I speaking to?
Don't be so sure, You may very have a proprietary interest in this--
What is it?
She has the fIu? She has the flu,
- you have a contract with this company? - l do,
Take it to a Iawyer who speciaIizes in contract law,
- I have a friend who's a Iawyer. - What's his name?
George Lang, He works for the company,
Due respect to Mr. Lang, but if I may,.,
you want an independent view.
- l'lI be glad to-- - No, l appreciate it though.
PIease don't take it personalIy, but l, uh--
The phrase is, don't want to mix business and pIeasure,
No, that's not it, l don't know that I want to adopt,,.
an adversariaI position toward the company,
- But you're in an adversariaI position. - No, I think you're wrong,
I think you'Il find.,.
that if what you've done for them is as vaIuabIe as you say it is,.,
if they are indebted to you moraIly but not IegalIy,.,
my experience is, they wilI give you nothing,,.
and they wiII begin to act crueIly toward you.
- Why? - To suppress their guiIt,
How's your sister?
AlI right. But if you need some heIp, just ask,
She's sick, by the way, Down with the flu,
Lot of it goin' around,
Good morning, Mr. Ross, A Mr. JuIian DeIl caIled for you.
WouId you step over here for a moment, pIease?
- No message, He said he'd caIl back, - yeah,
WouId you arrange to have some flowers sent for me, please?
- On company business? - No, from me personaIIy.
To Mrs, Emma Dasilva at the Wiltshire,
- Card: l am most sorry-- - Good morning, Mr, Ross.
- The card, - l'lI get back to that Iater,
I'd Iike to speak to you too. I'II get back to that,
I got my photos back, I have something to show you.
Just a sec, Susan,
We wouId suggest you simpIy think of it,,.
as a revaIidation of your agreement with the company,
l don't understand. Why would I have to revalidate my agreement?
This is pureIy a formality.
Before any announcements,
you want to be certain that the process, Joe--
- yes? - That any uncertainty about--
- About any outstanding-- - There's several questions involved.
- yes, what are they? - Questions of security.
There's no question of security, There's onIy one copy of the process,
- It's in my safe. - Leakages of information,
- We have a proprietary process worth-- - That's a Iegitimate concern,
But l stiIl don't see why that means I shouId ''revaIidate'' my agreement,
- Mr, Ross-- - I'Il telI you what I wiII do.
I'II be gIad to show this to my lawyer and then respond to you,
- Then l'lI thank you for your time. - Mr. Ross,
If I may, I don't see why you have to adopt an attitude.
- Thank you for your time. - These are Iegitimate concerns.
- If I may, your attitude-- - My attitude?
Which attitude is that?
Did you question my attitude when I developed the process?
- Can we alI caIm down? - No, wait a second,
We were caIm.
Then aII of a sudden you're in here with your Iawyers.
- AIl I-- - AII I am saying,,.
is that I plan to take steps to ensure--
l ask you for assurances, and you want me to void my contract?
- No. I'm gonna make sure, - What are you taIking about?
I hope you're not talking about.,.
any kind of actions that would injure the company,
What do you mean?
- Any premature, out-of-school deaIings. - How dare you,
- Because if we were to find any-- - How can you hire these peopIe.,.
and hide behind them?
How dare you, after alI l've done for this company?
He wants the expanded projections for the next two quarters.
- you got 'em handy? - I sure do,
- Mr. DeIl Ieave a number? - yes, sir,
Can you get him for me, pIease, Cathy?
lt's ringing,
- Yeah. That you? - yes, Hi,
- Whaf is if? - I would very much like to meet,,.
with the sort of person we taIked about.
- Oh, yeah. Righf. - you were right.
- Tell me when and were. - Tomorrow, Lunch, the Plaza.
Thank you,
The fIowers, sir,
- What? Oh, uh-- - Cathy, could you get these out for me?
No, never mind, Forget about it,
I knew you'd be back, sir. For a tennis player, right?
yes, she-- They pIay tennis, yes.
- you take a check? - Certainly,
- ShaIl I wrap it? - yes, please,
Don Budge at the French Open,
Thank you very much.
It's a Iovey gift, sir,
l'm sure whoever receives it,,.
wiII cherish it for the rest of their days.
- May l heIp you? - l'd Iike to leave a package,
- Certainly, - For Mrs. DasiIva,
Oh! We have a package for Mrs. Dasilva,
l'm sorry,
A package for Mrs. Emma Dasilva,
young Mrs, DasiIva. The tennis pIayer,
This is the onIy Mrs. Dasilva in the buiIding,
This is Mrs. Emma DasiIva,
WeIl, you see here, Mr, Ross?
- I believe you owe me a dolIar, - What?
Here is my album of my one day in the sun. Some photos,
Here's my ticket good for one free return.,.
any time to the Caribbean isIand of St. Estéphe.
And here, as you see, is our mystery man,.,
his loveIy companion and his boat,,.
which as you see, has nothing whatever to do with the seapIane,
So, you never know who anybody is and it wouId pay to be a Iittle careful,
- Oh, my God, - What is it?
What's the matter?
l'm calling abouf that problem of yours which we dIscussed.
My lawyer wanfs you to bring your confracf when you come.
- He's gonna get you straighfened out. - I appreciate it.
- WouId you excuse me for a minute? - Of course.
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Stargate SG1 4x18 The Light
Stargate SG1 4x19 Prodigy
Stargate SG1 4x20 Entity
Stargate SG1 4x21 Double Jeopardy
Stargate SG1 4x22 Exodus
Stargate SG1 5x01 Enemies
Stargate SG1 5x02 Threshold
Stargate SG1 5x03 Ascension
Stargate SG1 5x04 Fifth Man
Stargate SG1 5x05 Red Sky
Stargate SG1 5x06 Rite Of Passage
Stargate SG1 5x07 Beast Of Burden
Stargate SG1 5x08 The Tomb
Stargate SG1 5x09 Between Two Fires
Stargate SG1 5x10 2001
Stargate SG1 5x11 Desperate Measures
Stargate SG1 5x12 Wormhole X-Treme
Stargate SG1 5x13 Proving Ground
Stargate SG1 5x14 48 Hours
Stargate SG1 5x15 Summit
Stargate SG1 5x16 Last Stand
Stargate SG1 5x17 Failsafe
Stargate SG1 5x18 The Warrior
Stargate SG1 5x19 Menace
Stargate SG1 5x20 The Sentinel
Stargate SG1 5x21 Meridian
Stargate SG1 5x22 Revelations
Stargate SG1 6x01 Redemption Part 1
Stargate SG1 6x02 Redemption Part 2
Stargate SG1 6x03 Descent
Stargate SG1 6x04 Frozen
Stargate SG1 6x05 Nightwalkers
Stargate SG1 6x06 Abyss
Stargate SG1 6x07 Shadow Play
Stargate SG1 6x08 The Other Guys
Stargate SG1 6x09 Allegiance
Stargate SG1 6x10 Cure
Stargate SG1 6x11 Prometheus
Stargate SG1 6x12 Unnatural Selection
Stargate SG1 6x13 Sight Unseen
Stargate SG1 6x14 Smoke n Mirrors
Stargate SG1 6x15 Paradise Lost
Stargate SG1 6x16 Metamorphosis
Stargate SG1 6x17 Disclosure
Stargate SG1 6x18 Forsaken
Stargate SG1 6x19 The Changeling
Stargate SG1 6x20 Memento
Stargate SG1 6x21 Prophecy
Stargate SG1 6x22 Full Circle
Stargate SG1 7x01 Fallen
Stargate SG1 7x02 Homecoming
Stargate SG1 7x03 Fragile Balance
Stargate SG1 7x04 Orpheus
Stargate SG1 7x05 Revisions
Stargate SG1 7x06 Lifeboat
Stargate SG1 7x07 Enemy Mine
Stargate SG1 7x08 Space Race
Stargate SG1 7x09 Avenger 2 0
Stargate SG1 7x10 Birthright
Stargate SG1 7x10 Heroes II
Stargate SG1 7x11 Evolution I
Stargate SG1 7x12 Evolution II
Stargate SG1 7x13 Grace
Stargate SG1 7x14 Fallout
Stargate SG1 7x15 Chimera
Stargate SG1 7x16 Death Knell
Stargate SG1 7x17 Heroes I
Stargate SG1 7x19 Resurrection
Stargate SG1 7x20 Inauguration
Stargate SG1 7x21-22 The Lost City I n II
Starship Troopers (Special Edition)
Starship Troopers 2
Story Of A Kiss
Strada La
Strange aventure de Docteur Molyneux
Street Of Love And Hope (Nagisa Oshima 1959)
Street of shame (Akasen chitai)
Streetcar Named Desire A
Style Wars
Suicide Regimen
Sukces 2003
Summer Tale A 2000
Sunday Lunch (2003)
Super 8 Stories
Superman IV - The Quest for Peace
Surviving the Game
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD1
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD2
Sweetest Thing The (Unrated Version)
Swept Away
Swordsman III - The East is Red
Sylvester - Canned Feud (1951)
Sylvester - Speedy Gonzales (1955)
Sylvester and Elmer - Kit for Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Porky - Scaredy Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Tweety - Canary Row (1950)
Sylvester and Tweety - Putty Tat Trouble (1951)
Sylvester and Tweety - Tweetys SOS (1951)