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Move along.

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Oh!

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That's a funny one. Isn't that funnier?

4
It's hysterical, Manny.

5
As long as we're laughing...

6
we won't cry over the box office.

7
Talk about depressing.

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Twenty girls in feather boas prancing around like circus ponies.

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That's depressing.

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I love a good chorus line.

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What's this? It's a play.

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Who wrote it, Annie?

13
Some guy. Driscoll.

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Driscoll.

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From the Federal Theatre.

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Don't knock it, honey. At least they got an audience.

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It'll pick up. Isn't that right, Manny?

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It always does.

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See you tomorrow.

20
The trick is to start to build right from the back of your throat.

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Works well out through the nose, too.

22
Have you eaten today?

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Oh...

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I'm not hungry. Don't worry about me.

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Hey.

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You're all I've got.

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Come on, take me to dinner.

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Okay.

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You think the kitchen will still be open on Third?

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Soup and biscuits. Perfect.

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Harry, what's going on?

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Hey, open up! We work here. Not anymore, lady.

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It's all right for you. We haven't had a paycheck in two weeks.

34
How we gonna eat?

35
They're not getting away with this! They just did.

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Ann, it's no use.

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The show, it's over. It's done.

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I'm done.

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I'm leaving, Annie.

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I'm going back to Chicago.

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I'm sorry.

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I'm sorry, Annie.

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Ever since you were small, people been letting you down.

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You gotta think of yourself now.

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You should try out for that part.

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Oh, I know what you're thinking.

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Every time you reach out for something you care about...

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fate comes along and snatches it away.

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But not this time, Annie.

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Not this time.

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Oh, hello, Mr. Weston. Oh, jeez.

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Look, miss, I told you already, call my office.

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Leave your r焨m?with my secretary.

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Now, why would I want to do that when we can talk about it in person?

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Because that's what a smart girl would do.

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But I already sent you my r焨m? You returned it unopened.

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What can I say? Jack Driscoll's very particular about who he works with.

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Please, just an audition. That's all I'm asking.

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Jesus, you don't give up, do you?

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Mr. Weston, I know this role backwards.

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Well, that's too bad, 'cause we just gave the part to someone else.

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I'm sorry, kid. The play is cast.

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I know times are tough.

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You want my advice?

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Use what you got. You're not bad-looking.

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A girl like you doesn't have to starve.

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There's a new place. It just opened.

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Now listen, princess, this gig ain't the Palace, you understand?

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Ask for Kenny K. Tell him I sent you.

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Just play the date, take the money...

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forget you was ever there.

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How much more is there?

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Another five reels.

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Lights up.

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This is it?

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This is what we get for our $40,000, Denham?

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Another one of your safari pictures?

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You promised us romantic scenes with Bruce Baxter and Maureen McKenzie!

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Come on, fellows, you know the deal.

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We agreed to push Maureen's start date...

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so she could get her teeth fixed.

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It's not the principle of the thing, it's the money.

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Carl, you've been in production for over two months.

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Trust me, Bruce and Maureen are gonna steam up the screen...

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once we get them on the ship.

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What ship?

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The one that we hired to get to the location.

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What location? Carl! You're supposed to be shooting on the back lot.

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Yes, I understand that.

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But, fellows, we're not making that film anymore...

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and I'll tell you why.

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The story has changed. The script has been rewritten.

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Life intervened.

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I've come into possession of a map.

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The sole surviving record of an uncharted island.

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A place that was thought to exist only in myth.

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Until now.

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Whoa, Carl, slow down.

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Is he asking for more money?

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He's asking us to fund a wild goose chase.

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I'm talking about a primitive world never before seen by man.

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The ruins of an entire civilization.

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The most spectacular thing you've ever seen.

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That's where I'll shoot my picture.

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Will there be boobies?

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Boobies?

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Jigglies. Jiblonkas. Bazooms.

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In my experience, people only go to these films...

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to observe the undraped form of the native girls.

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What are you, an idiot?

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You think they asked De Mille if he would waste his time on nudie shots?

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No! They respected the filmmaker. They showed some class.

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Not that you'd know what that means, you cheap lowlife!

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Would you step out for a moment, Carl?

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Zelman and Associates.

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Give me that, quick.

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You won't like it. It's non-alcoholic.

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Preston, you have a lot to learn about the motion picture business.

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Don't write him off, fellows. He's hotheaded, sure...

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but Carl Denham's made some interesting pictures.

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He's had a lot of near-success.

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He's a preening self-promoter.

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An ambitious no-talent. The guy's got "loser" written all over him.

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I understand your disappointment...

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He can't direct. He doesn't have the smarts.

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He's washed up. It's all over town.

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This jumped-up little turd's gonna bankrupt us.

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The animal footage has value.

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Sure. Universal are desperate for stock footage.

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Then sell it! Scrap the picture.

131
We got to retrieve something from this debacle.

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Get him back in.

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Mr. Denham.

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I want the cast and crew on the ship within the hour.

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No, Carl, you can't do this.

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Tell them the studio pressured us into an early departure.

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It's not ethical! What are they gonna do, sue me?

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They can get in line.

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I'm not gonna let them kill my film.

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You realize that none of the camera equipment is on board?

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We have no permits, no visas.

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That's why I have you, Preston.

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We have no insurance, we have no foreign currency.

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In fact, we have no currency of any kind.

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He's there.

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Get in there. Who's gonna pay for the ship?

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Get in.

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You get out of there! Come here! Step on it! Step on it!

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Get out! You're finished, Denham!

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Don't worry, Preston. I've had a lot of practice at this.

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I'm real good at crapping the crappers.

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Red Label, 80% proof...

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to be packed in a crate marked "lemonade."

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You got it.

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Tell Maureen she doesn't have six hours to put on her face.

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If she wants to be in this picture, she's gotta be on that boat.

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She doesn't wanna be in this picture.

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Maureen pulled out. She pulled out?

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Yesterday. I told you.

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You said we were shooting in Singapore, right?

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That's what you told her.

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Yeah, but we're not shooting in Singapore.

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God damn it, Preston, all you had to do was look her in the eye and lie.

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I got to get to a phone, talk to Harlow's people.

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She's unavailable.

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Myrna Loy? Clara Bow? Mae West?

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You'll never get her into a size four.

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You gotta get a girl that'll fit into Maureen's costumes.

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Fay's a size four.

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Yes, she is, but she's doing a picture with RKO.

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Cooper, huh?

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I might have known.

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You're not listening. We got to delay the shoot.

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Shut production down. We can't sail tonight.

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Not an option. Carl.

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I said I'd find a girl.

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For God's sake, Preston, think like a winner!

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Call Jack. I need that goddamn screenplay!

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Defeat is always momentary.

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What?

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Hey! You gonna pay for this?

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Excuse me.

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Ma'am, I think you dropped this.

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Vaudeville, huh?

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I worked vaudeville once. That is a tough audience.

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If you don't kill them fast, they kill you.

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Mr. Denham...

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I want you to know...

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that I'm not in the habit of accepting charity from strangers.

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Or, for that matter...

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taking things that don't belong to me.

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It was obviously a terrible misunderstanding.

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It's just that I haven't been paid in a while.

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That's awful. Anyway, Ann... May I call you Ann?

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You wouldn't happen to be a size four, by any chance?

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No, no. Oh, God, no.

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You've got me all wrong. Miss Darrow, please.

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I'm not that type of person at all.

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What type of person are you?

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I'm someone you can trust, Ann. I'm a movie producer.

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Believe me, I am on the level. No funny business. Please sit down.

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Please. Please.

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Okay.

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Ann, I want you to imagine...

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a handsome explorer bound for the Far East.

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You're filming in the Far East?

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Singapore.

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On board ship, he meets a mysterious girl.

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She's beautiful, she's fragile, haunted.

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And she can't escape the feeling that forces beyond her control...

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are compelling her down a road from which she cannot draw back.

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It's as if her whole life has been a prelude to this moment...

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this fateful meeting that changes everything.

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And sure enough, against her better judgment...

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She falls in love.

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Yes.

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But she doesn't trust it.

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She's not even sure if she believes in love.

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Uh...

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really?

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If she loves someone, it's doomed.

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Why is that?

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Good things never last, Mr. Denham.

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So you're interested. Good. That's settled, then.

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Now, I don't wanna rush you, but we are under some time pressure.

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Well, I really... Ann, I'm telling you...

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you're perfect. Look at you.

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You're the saddest girl I've ever met.

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You're gonna make them weep, Ann. You're gonna break their hearts.

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See, that's where you're wrong, Mr. Denham.

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I make people laugh, that's what I do.

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Good luck with your picture.

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Ann? Miss Darrow, please!

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I'm offering you money.

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Adventure, fame, the thrill of a lifetime, and a long sea voyage.

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You want to read a script?

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Jack Driscoll's turning in a draft as we speak.

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Jack Driscoll?

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Sure. Why?

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Wait. You know him?

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No, not personally. I've seen his plays.

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What a writer, huh? And let me tell you, Ann...

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Jack Driscoll does not want just anyone starring in this picture.

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He said to me, "Carl...

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"somewhere out there is a woman born to play this role."

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And as soon as I saw you, I knew.

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Knew what?

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It was always going to be you.

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How much do I owe you? Make it a quarter.

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Keep the change.

251
Is this the moving picture ship?

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Not exactly.

253
It's actually this one over here.

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Don't let appearances deceive you. It's much more spacious on board.

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Is this all of the equipment? Yeah.

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This is all of it? Yeah.

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We're taking the Bell & Howell? Yeah.

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Good. You got all the lenses? Sure.

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Carl! Yes!

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Get it on board, fellows, come on.

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It's bad, it's bad.

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They're on their way. I've just had word.

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Who? Men in uniform.

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The studio called the cops.

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Englehorn! Cast off!

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Hoist up the mainsail, raise the anchor...

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whatever the hell it is you do. We gotta leave!

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I cannot do that.

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We are waiting on the manifest.

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What? Who? English, please.

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Paperwork, Mr. Denham.

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I'll give you another $1,000 to leave now.

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You haven't given me the first $1,000 yet.

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Can we talk about this later?

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Can't you see we're in the company of a VIP guest?

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Ma'am.

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Ann Darrow.

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So you are ready for this voyage, Miss Darrow?

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Sure.

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Nervous?

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Nervous? No.

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Why? Should I be?

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It isn't every woman who would take such a risk.

284
Why don't I show Miss Darrow to her cabin?

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Wonderful idea. Thank you, Preston.

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Miss Darrow, if you would just...

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Hi. My name is Preston. Carl's assistant.

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$2,000. It's a deal. Will you take a check?

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Do I have a choice?

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Please follow me.

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If there's anything that you... Excuse me, fellows.

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If there's anything that you need, please don't hesitate to ask.

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Oh, Jesus! Jack, you scared me.

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Listen. If anyone comes to the door, don't open it. You haven't seen me.

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Say I got depressed and committed suicide.

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Say I stuck my head down the toilet.

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You want one? No. I can't stay, Carl.

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I got a rehearsal for which I am now three hours late.

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What's this? It's the script.

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This is a script?

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Jack, this is 15 pages.

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I know, but they're good. You've got 15 good pages there, Carl.

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I'm supposed to be making a feature-length picture.

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You told me I had more time. I'm sorry. Look, I gotta go.

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No, Jack, you can't do this to me. I have a beginning...

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but I need a middle and an end. I gotta have something to shoot.

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Look, you got my notes. I got to go, pal. See you.

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All right, fine. We might as well settle up.

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You're gonna pay me?

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I'm not gonna stiff a friend.

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I've never known you to volunteer cash before.

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How's $2,000 sound?

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Sounds great.

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I thought it might.

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Sounds great. Okay.

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Raise the spring line!

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Watch the aft!

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And voil?

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Thanks.

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You've written "two grand."

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So I did. Sorry about that. Let's start from the beginning.

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"Two thousand dollars."

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It is the 29th, isn't it?

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Oh, come on, it's the 25th. It's the 25th.

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God, I'm sorry. It'll just take a sec.

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Never mind, Carl. Just pay me when you get back.

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All right.

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Your cabin is the last on the left, Mr. Baxter.

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And may I just say how excited we are to have you back with us, sir?

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Be a sport and lend a hand here, would you?

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Excuse me. I'm trying to... I gotta get...

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Christ!

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Appreciate the help, fellow.

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Let me get the door for you.

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Welcome to your stateroom, sir.

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Dead slow ahead both, Mr. Hayes.

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Dead slow ahead both, Captain.

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Oh, Christ!

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God damn it!

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I keep telling you, Jack, there's no money in theater.

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Oh, no! No!

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You're much better off sticking with film.

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I don't do it for the money, Carl.

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I happen to love the theater.

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No, you don't.

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If you really loved it...

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you would have jumped.

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You! This is your fault!

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This room very comfortable. Plenty dim light, fresh straw.

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Jesus. What do you keep down here?

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Lion, tiger, hippo, you name it.

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You sell them to zoos?

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Zoo, circus.

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Skipper get big money for rare animal.

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Careful. Camel have bad accident on floor.

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Stain unremovable.

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Skipper catch any wild animal you want.

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He'll do you real good price on white rhino.

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Choy.

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My apologies for not being able to offer you a cabin.

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Have you found an enclosure to your taste?

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Spoiled for choice.

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What are you, Mr. Driscoll? A lion?

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Or a chimpanzee?

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I'll take this one.

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I told you to lock it up.

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Sorry, Skipper. Lumpy said... Lumpy doesn't give the orders!

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What are you trying to do? Put the whole ship to sleep?

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Get them out of here.

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Compliments of the chef. Okay.

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Oh, Christ. Oh, God.

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Lamb's brains in walnut sauce.

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Jimmy.

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You run those ropes up on deck like I told you?

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Doing it now, Mr. Hayes.

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How about you return Mr. Driscoll's pen first?

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He don't mean no harm.

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Thanks.

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I'll keep him out of your way. It's okay.

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It's just that he likes it down here.

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It's where I found him four years ago.

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Stowed away in one of them back cages.

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His arm was broken in two places.

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He was wilder than half the animals in here.

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Still won't tell me where he came from.

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But it wasn't anyplace good.

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You got to straighten up.

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Jimmy.

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You don't want to be on this ship the rest of your life.

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Yes, I do. No, you don't, Jimmy.

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You got to be smart. Get yourself educated.

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Give yourself some options. Take this seriously!

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I do, Mr. Hayes, I do. Look.

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I've been reading.

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Where'd you get this?

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I borrowed it.

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On long-term loan.

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Look at this. Look, look.

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"Adventures on a tramp steamer." See? Just like us.

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It's so nice to meet you, Mr. Driscoll.

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I'm actually quite familiar with your work, yes.

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Hello, Mr. Driscoll. It's so nice to meet you.

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Actually, I'm quite familiar with your work.

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I'm a huge fan.

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I've read everything you've ever written.

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No, too much.

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Gonna have the ship's engines all over the dialogue.

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Seagulls.

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Camera noise. Wind. Christ knows what else.

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I don't care, Mike.

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You're the sound recordist. Make it work.

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Ann! Come on in. Let me introduce you to the crew.

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This is Herb, the cameraman.

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Delighted to meet you, ma'am. Likewise.

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May I say what a lovely dress?

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Oh, this old thing? I just threw it on.

417
Isn't that one of Maureen's costumes?

418
Now, what does a girl have to do around here to get some breakfast?

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Lumpy, you heard the lady.

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Fancy my porridge ?la walnuts?

421
Oh, Ann, I don't believe you've met...

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Ann?

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That's all right, Mr. Denham. I know who this is.

424
Thrilled to meet you. It's an honor to be a part of this.

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Gee, thanks.

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Actually, I'm quite familiar with your work.

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Really?

428
Yes, and what I most admire...

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is the way you've captured the voice of the common people.

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Well, that's my job.

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I'm sure you've heard this before, Mr. Driscoll...

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if you don't mind me saying...

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but you don't look at all like your photograph.

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Excuse me. Wait a minute, Ann...

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He's so much younger in person. And much better-looking.

436
Ann, stop. Stop right there.

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You see, I was just afraid that you might be...

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one of those self-obsessed literary types.

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I'm sorry, I'm not... You know...

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the tweedy twerp with his nose in his book and his head up his a...

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It's nice to meet you, too, Miss Darrow.

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Good Christ!

443
She's standing at the railing.

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She doesn't know it yet...

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But they are sailing towards disaster. You got that?

446
Okay, so she turns...

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the first mate is staggering towards her.

448
There's a knife sticking out of his back.

449
Wait a sec. We're killing off the first mate?

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That's assuming she knows who the first mate is.

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Come on, Jack. It was an honest mistake.

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Ann is nearsighted. It could have happened to anyone.

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I was joking, Carl.

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The point is, she's horrified. She has to look away.

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And that's when she sees it.

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Sees what?

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What?

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The island.

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We're filming on an island now? When did this happen?

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Jack, keep your voice down.

461
I don't want the crew getting spooked.

462
Why would they get spooked? What's it called?

463
All right. It has a local name...

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but I'm warning you, Jack, it doesn't sound good.

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They call it Skull Island.

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Did you get that?

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What's wrong with this place?

468
There's nothing officially wrong with it.

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Because, technically, it hasn't been discovered yet.

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Okay. All right.

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So we arrive at this place.

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S...

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K...

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U...

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I...

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I...

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Island.

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All right, everyone, from the top! And action!

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I think this is awfully exciting! I've never been on a ship before.

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And I've never been on one with a woman before.

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I guess you don't think much of women on ships, do you?

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No, they're a nuisance.

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Well, I'll try not to be. Just being around is trouble.

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Cut!

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It's great.

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Bruce, wonderful performance. You can relax for 10 minutes.

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That was very natural. I felt moved.

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What do you think, Driscoll? Dialogue's got some flow now, huh?

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It was pure effluence.

490
I beefed up the banter.

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Try to resist that impulse.

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It's just a little bit of humor, bud.

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What are you, a Bolshevik or something?

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Actors.

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Travel the world, but all they ever see is a mirror.

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Good legs.

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Sea legs. Well, you know, sea legs.

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Yeah.

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Not that you don't have good legs. Just making conversation.

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Jesus. Miss Darrow!

501
About the scene today with you and Bruce...

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I know it wasn't what you wrote...

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but Mr. Baxter felt very strongly that when a man likes a woman...

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he must ignore her.

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And if things turn really hostile, then...

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No?

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Interesting theory.

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I know. I should have...

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It wasn't what I had intended, but...

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I'm sorry. I was...

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And you made it your own.

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I was nervous.

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It was funny, actually. You were funny.

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Please don't say another word. Good night.

515
Miss Darrow.

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You don't have to be nervous.

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Thank you.

518
Let's take it...

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Would you please... We're trying to shoot a scene.

520
Okay. Thank you.

521
Okay, again.

522
We're close. Turn southwest.

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There's no land southwest for thousands of miles.

524
It takes us way outside the shipping lanes.

525
I won't sail blind in these waters.

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I'll make it worth your while.

527
There's nothing out there.

528
Well, then you've nothing to lose.

529
If someone were to tell you this ship was headed for Singapore...

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what would you say?

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I would say they're full of it, Mr. Hayes.

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Well, we turned southwest last night.

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Gentlemen, please.

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We're not looking for trouble. No.

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You're looking for something else.

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Yes, we are.

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We're going to find Skull Island.

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Find it, film it, and show it to the world.

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For 25 cents, you get to see the last blank space on the map.

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I wouldn't be so sure of that.

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What do you mean?

542
Seven years ago, me and Mr. Hayes were working our passage...

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on a Norwegian bark.

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We picked up a castaway. We found him in the water.

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He'd been drifting for days.

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His ship had run aground on an island way west of Sumatra.

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An island hidden in fog.

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He spoke of a huge wall...

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built so long ago...

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no one knew who'd made it.

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A wall 100 foot high...

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as strong today as it was ages ago.

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Why'd they build the wall?

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Well, the castaway, he spoke of a creature...

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neither beast nor man...

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but something monstrous, living behind that wall.

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A lion or a tiger.

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A man-eater. That's how all these stories start.

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What else did he say?

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Nothing.

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We found him the next morning. He'd stuck a knife through his heart.

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Mmm-hmm.

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Sorry, fellows. You'll have to do better than that.

564
Monsters belong in B movies.

565
If you find this place...

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if you go ashore with your friends and your cameras...

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you won't come back.

568
Just as long as you understand that.

569
How long do you expect us to stay out here?

570
You're writing a stage comedy?

571
I'm writing it for you.

572
Why would you do that?

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Why would I write a play for you? Yes.

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Isn't it obvious?

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Not to me.

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Well...

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it's in the subtext.

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I guess I must have missed it.

579
It's not about words.

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Message for you, Captain.

581
What's going on?

582
Hayes, why are we changing course?

583
Englehorn, you can't just... Outside.

584
There's a warrant out for your arrest.

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Did you know that?

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I've been ordered to divert to Rangoon.

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Another week. I haven't got a film yet.

588
Please. I have risked everything I have on this.

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No, Denham. You risked everything I have.

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What do you want?

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Tell me what you want. I'll give you anything.

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I want you off my ship.

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Set a course for Rangoon, Mr. Hayes.

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I'm finished.

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It's over for me, Jack.

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How'd you think this would end, Carl?

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Check our position. Use the stars.

598
There are no stars, Captain.

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What is that?

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What? That.

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That right there.

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I don't know. What is it? A coffee stain?

603
Station the forward lookout and get me the depth by lead line.

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Aye, Captain.

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30 fathoms, no bottom!

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Reduce speed, steerage way only.

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Dead slow ahead, both.

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You should stop the ship.

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15 degrees port.

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We're getting out of here, Mr. Hayes.

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We'll find clear conditions.

612
We have seabed!

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25 fathoms!

614
We're shallowing!

615
20 degrees starboard!

616
Captain, you don't know where the hell you're going!

617
Get me another reading!

618
Another reading!

619
22 fathoms!

620
Douse the lights. Aye, Captain.

621
10 fathoms!

622
Wall! There's a wall ahead!

623
Stop engines!

624
Give me some power! Half astern both.

625
Half astern both, Captain!

626
Rocks!

627
Rocks!

628
Rocks to starboard, Captain!

629
To port! Rocks everywhere!

630
Take the wheel, Hayes.

631
Hang on!

632
Full ahead!

633
Rocks to port, Captain!

634
Turn, Captain! Starboard, starboard!

635
Ah!

636
Shore up that breach!

637
Get me more men down here now! Come on, move, move!

638
Hayes! She's taken a pounding!

639
What about the prop?

640
The shaft's not bent, as far as we can tell.

641
But she struck hard against the rock!

642
Captain!

643
Better come up quick!

644
Right there!

645
Want me to bring them back?

646
I don't give a damn about Carl Denham.

647
I want this ship fixed and ready to float on the next high tide!

648
Come on, move it.

649
We're leaving, Mr. Hayes.

650
Can you believe this, Jack?

651
We've got our picture.

652
Why does Marlow keep going up the river?

653
Why doesn't he turn back?

654
There's a part of him that wants to, Jimmy.

655
A part deep inside himself that sounds a warning.

656
But there's another part...

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that needs to know.

658
To defeat the thing which makes him afraid.

659
"We could not understand because we were too far...

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661

662

663

664

665

666

667

668
It's not an adventure story...

669
is it, Mr. Hayes?

670
No, Jimmy.

671
It's not.

672
It's deserted. Of course it's deserted.

673
Use your eyes, Preston. The place is a ruin.

674
Nobody's lived here for hundreds of years.

675
Mr. Denham, I think we should go back.

676
I will handle this.

677
Look. Chocolate.

678
You like chocolate?

679
It's good to eat.

680
You want?

681
Take it.

682
Here, put it in your hand and take it.

683
For God's sakes, Denham, leave the native alone.

684
She doesn't want the chocolate.

685
Aah!

686
All right!

687
Just a bunch of women and old folks!

688
They're harmless!

689
Ann!

690
Jack.

691
Seen enough?

692
Lighten the ship!

693
Anything that's not bolted down goes overboard!

694
Just heave it!

695
We got away.

696
We gotta be grateful for that, gentlemen.

697
What about Mike? He didn't get away! He's still there!

698
Mike died doing what he believed in! He didn't die for nothing.

699
And I'll tell you something else. I'm gonna finish this film for Mike!

700
I'll finish it...

701
and I'll donate the proceeds...

702
to his wife and kids.

703
Because that man is a hero, and he deserves nothing less.

704
Hear, hear!

705
Chuck everything except for the potatoes!

706
What's wrong now? Excuse me, Shakespeare.

707
Come on, men! Come on, hurry!

708
Drop those spare cables overboard! Go on, just chuck it!

709
Where's Ann? What?

710
Where's Ann?

711
Ann!

712
She's free!

713
Full ahead, both engines!

714
Ann!

715
No! Stop! Turn back!

716
Stop!

717
We have to turn back.

718
They've taken Ann.

719
Kong! Kong! Kong!

720
All hands going ashore! Report to stations!

721
Jump to it! Jump to it, gentlemen!

722
We're doing it, Mr. Hayes!

723
Come on, move it!

724
Pull harder!

725
Row! Row!

726
Come on!

727
Kong.

728
Spread out! Find her!

729
Miss Darrow!

730
Check up there, Jimmy! Everybody stay together!

731
Ann!

732
She's here somewhere!

733
What in God's name was that?

734
Behind the wall!

735
Behind the wall!

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