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Paramount News brings you a special coverage of Princess Ann's visit to London.

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The first stop on her much publicised goodwill tour of european capitals.

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She gets a royal welcome from the brittish as thounsands cheer the gracious young member

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of one of Europe's oldest ruling families

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After 3 days of continues activiti, and a visit to Buckingham Palace

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Ann flew to Amsterderdam, where her Royal Highnes dedicated the new International Aid Building

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and christened an ocean liner, then went to Paris

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where she attended many official funtions, designed to cement drained relations between her country

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and the western european nations.

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And so to Rome, the eternal city - where the Princess's visit was marked by a spectacular military parade...

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...highlighted by the band of the crack Piersa Yeri Regiment.

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The smiling young Princess, showed no sign of the strain of the weeks public apperences...

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...was given by her countrys ambassedor to Italy.

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...and at her countrys embassy that evening, a formel reception and ball, in her honor...

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Her Royal Highness

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His Excellency, the Papal Nuntius, Monsignor Altomonto.

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Sir Hugo Macy de Farmington

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Good Evening Sir Hugo. Good Evening Your Royal Highness.

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The Maharajah of Kalipur; and The Rajkumari.

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I'm so glad that you could come.

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Thank you madam,

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I hate this night gown.

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I hate all my night gowns, and I hate all my underwear too...

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My dear you have lovely things. But I'm not 200 years old.

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Why can't I sleep in pyjamas. Pyjamas!?

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Just the top part.

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Did you know there are people, that sleep with absolutly nothing on at all?

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I rejoyce to say, that I did not.

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Listen...

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Ohh, and you're slip..

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Please put on your slippers, and come away from the window.

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Your milk and crackers. Oh everything we do is so homesome.

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They'll help you to sleep. I'm too tired to sleep.

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Now my dear if you don't mind, tomorrows sjedule...

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...or schedule, whichever you prefer. Both are correct.

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Breakfast here with the embassy staff. 9 o'clock we leave for the Pollinari automotive works...

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...where you'll be presented with a small car Thank you

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Which you will not accept! No thank you.

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Inspection of food, and agricultural organisation will present you with an olive tree

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No thank you. Which you WILL accept.

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Thank you...

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The new foundling home for orphants.

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Same speech as last monday.

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Trade relations... Yes.

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For the orphants? No no no, the other one.

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Youth and progress. Precisly.

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Back here to rest. No that's wrong...

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Conference here with the press. Sweetness and decency.

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1 o'clock sharp: Lunch with the foreign ministry. You'll wear your white lace...

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...and carry a boucket of Very small pink roses.

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15:05: Presentation of a plack. Thank you.

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STOOP!

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It's allright dear, didn't spill.

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I don't care if it spilled or not.

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My dear, you're ill. I'll send for Dr Bonnachoven.

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I don't want Dr Bonnachoven, please let me die in peace.

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You're not dying. Leave me!

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Leave me! It's nerves, control yourself Ann.

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I don't want too! Your Highness...

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I'll get Dr Bonnachoven. It's no use, I'll be dead before he gets here.

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She's a sleep. She was in hysteric 3 minutes ago Dr.

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Are you a sleep Madam? No.

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I'll only disturb you Royal Highness a moment. I'm very ashamed Dr Bonnachoven.

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Suddenly I was crying.

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To cry... A perfectly normal thing to do. Most important she'll be calm and relaxed for the press conference Dr.

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Don't worry Dr, I'll be calm and relaxed, I'll bar and I'll smile...

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I'll improve trade relations, and I'll... There she goes again, give her something Dr, please.

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Uncover her arm, please.

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What's that? Sleep and calm, just for relax your Highness.

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It's a new drug, quite harmless.

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There...

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I don't feel any different. You will, it may take a little time to take hold.

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Just now... Lie back. Can I keep just one light on?

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Off course.

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Best thing I know, is to do exactly what you wish for a while.

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Thank you Dr.

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Ohh, the General. Dr, quick.

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I'm perfectly allright. Good night Mam.

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Good night Mam. Good night Dr.

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Bet 500. 500, how many?

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One.

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I'll take one. 3. Fool, boy.

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Two for pappa. 500 more.

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Without looking. 500 and eh - Raise you a thousand.

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Two pairs. Ohh, I've got 3 shy little sevens.

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Ahh, a nervous straight. Come home you fools.

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Look at that, there's 6.500, not bad - that's 10 bucks!

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Ahh, one more round, and I'm gonna through you gents right out in the snow.

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Hey hey hey Naa, I gotta get up early.

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Date with Her Royal Highness will graciously pose for some pictures. What do you meen early?

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My personal invitation says 11.45. Couldn't be anything to do with the fact that you're ahead?

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Works out fine for me. This is my last 5.000, and you hyenas are not gonna get it.

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Thanks a lot, Irving. See you at Annie's little party in the morning. Goodnight Joe, Ciao, Stay sober.

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Allright, little 7 card stud. Fine with me.

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Soo happy.

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How are you this evening?

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Hey hey hey, wake up. Thank you very much.

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No thank you. Charmed.

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Charmed too...

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You may sit down. IThink you better sit up, much to young to get picked up by the police.

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Police? Yep, Police.

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14.15 and back here to change..

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14.45... You know, people who can't handle licour - shouldn't drink.

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If I were dead and buried and I heard your voice, beneath the sod my heart of dust would still rejoice.

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Do you know that poem? Hmm, what do you know...

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You're well read, well dressed...

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...Snoozing away to public street...

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Would you care to make a statement?

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What the world needs, is a return to sweetness and decency, in the souls of it's young men.

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Yea, I ehh... couldn't agree with you more, but ehh...

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Get yourself some coffee - you'll be allright,

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Look, you take the cab. Uhmm.

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Come on - climb in the cab, and go home.

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So happy. Got any money?

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Never got any money. That's a bad habit...

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Allright, I'll drop you off - comon. It's a taxi!

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Well, it's not the super chief.

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Where are we going? Where do you live?

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Colliseum. Comon, you're not that drunk.

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You're so smart... I'm not drunk at all.

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I'm just being very happy. Now don't go to sleep again.

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Comon. Where are we going?

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In a momento. Look Mam, where do you wanna go? Where should I take you?

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Where do you live? Comon, where do you live?

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Comon! - Where do you live!?

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Colliseum.

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She lives in the Colliseum. Wrong adress - Now look senore...

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For me it's late night. and wife.. I have 3 bambino.. You know bambino?

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My taxi go home, I go home together.

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Thounsand lire.

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1- 2- 3- 4. K, for you.

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For me? Si.

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Gracia. Okay okay, now look...

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Take a little bit of that. Take her whereever she wants to go.

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Capito? Capito. Goodnight.

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Moment, moment.

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Look, as soon as she wakes up, she tell you where she want to go.

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Okay. Moment, my taxi no for sleeping.

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Understand? Look pal, this is not my problem, see?

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I've never seen her before. It's not your problem, it's not my problem.

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Watcha want? You don't want girl. Me don't want girl.

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Police, maybe she want girl.

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Soo happy - soo happy.

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Is this the elevator? It's my room.

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I'm terrible sorry to mention it, but dizzyness is getting worse.

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Can I sleep here? Well it's the general idea.

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Can I have a silk night gown, with rosebuds on it?

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I'm afraid you have to rough it tonight... ... In these.

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Pyjamas. Sorry honey, but I haven't worn a night gown in years.

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Will you help me get undressed, please?

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Ahh... Okay.

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There you are, you can handle the rest.

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May I have some?

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No. Now look.. This is very unusual.

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I'd never been alone with a man before. Even with my dress on.

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With my dress off, it's most unusual.

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I don't seem to mind. Do you?

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I think I'll go out for a cop of coffee. You'd better get to sleep.

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On this one.. Terribly nice.

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These are pyjamas. They're to sleep in. You're to climb into them, you understand?

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Thank you. And you know you sleep on the couch.

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Not on the bed! Not on the chair, on the couch, is that clear?

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You know my favourite poem? You've allready recited that for me.

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I refuse a rose from a couch of snows, in the Aquasaromian Mountains.

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Keats. Shelly.

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You just keep your mind off the poetry, and on the pyjamas, and everything will be allright.

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Keats. No Shelly. I'll be back in about 10 minutes.

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Keats...

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You have my permission to withdraw..

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Thank you very much.

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Well, no trace your Excellence. Have you searched the grounds?

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Every inch Sir, from the attics to the cellar. I must put you on your honor, not to speak off this to anyone.

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I must remind you, the Princess is direct heir to the throne.

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This must be classified as top crisis secret. Have I your pledge?

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Yes Sir. Very well.

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Now we must notify Their Majesties.

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So happy. The pleasure is mine.

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Holy smoke, the Princess's interview. 11.45...

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Morning Joe. Hello honey.

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Mr Hennessy have been looking for you.

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Excellent honey.

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Come in.

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You've been looking for me? Just come in to work?

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Who me? We start our day at 8.30 in this office.

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We pick up our assignments... I picked mine up last night.

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What assignment was that? The Princess - 11.45

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You've already been to the interview? Sure, I just got back.

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Well well well - all my apologies. It's allright.

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This is very interresting. No, just routine.

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Tell me, tell me - did she answer all the questions on the list? Well of course she did.

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I've got'em right here somewhere. Now don't disturb yourself, I got a copy here.

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How did her Highness react to the idea, of a european federation?

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Thought it was just fine. She did?

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Well, she thought that there'll be two effects. Two?

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The direct, and the.. indirect. Oh, remarkable.

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Naturally she thought that the indirect would not be as direct... as the direct.

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Later on off course... Well, nobody knows.

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Well well well. That was a shrewd observation.

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They fool you you know, these royal kids; they've got a lot more on the ball than we suspect.

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How did she feel about the future friendship of nations?

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Youth. Yep?

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She felt that, the youth of the world must lead the way to a better... world

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Original. By the way, what was she wearing?

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Oh, you mean what did she have on?

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Well, that's usually what it means. What's the matter, is it a little warm in here for you?

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No, no, I just hurried over here. Oh, naturally, with a story of these dimensions.

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Did you say she was wearing gray? No, I didn't say that.

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Well, she usually wears gray. Oh well, er, it was a... kind of a gray.

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Oh, I think I know the dress you mean; it has a gold collar. That's the one, that's the one...

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I didn't know exactly how to describe it but that's it. I think you described it very well.

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In view of the fact that Her Highness was taken violently ill, at three o'clock this morning,

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.. put to bed with a high fever, and has had all her appointments for today cancelled en toto!

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En toto? Yes, Mr. Bradley: en toto.

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Certainly pretty hard to swallow. In view of the fact that you just left her, of course.

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But here it is, Mr. Bradley: All over the front page of every newspaper in Rome!

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Alright, I overslept. It can happen to anybody! If you ever get up early enough to read a morning paper..

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...you might discover little news events. Little items of general interest

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That might prevent you in the future from getting immersed in such a gold-plated, triple-decked,..

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...star-spangled lies as you have just told me! If I was you, I would try some other line of business.

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Like matress testing. Is this the Princess?

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Yes, Mr. Bradley, that is the Princess. It isn't Annie Oakley, Dorothy Lamour, or Madame Chiang

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Take a good look at her, you might be interviewing her again some day!

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Am I fired? No, you're not fired.

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When I wanna fire you you won't have to ask! You'll know you're fired!

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The man is mad.

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Giovanni, it's Joe Bradley. Now, listen carefully...

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I want you to hurry up to my place, and see if there's somebody there... asleep.

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Say, Mr. Joe: I look; you wait.

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Mr. Joe? Yeah, yeah, yeah, tell me, tell me!

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Bellisimo. Giovanni: I love you. Now, listen...

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Yes, Mr. Joe.

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Yes, Mr. Joe. A gun? No! Yes, a gun, a knife-anything!

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But nobody goes in and nobody goes out! Capito?

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Ok.

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You still here?

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How much would a real interview with this dame be worth? Are you referring to Her Highness?

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I'm not referring to Annie... How much? What do you care?

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You've got about as much chance of getting.. I know, but if I did, how much would it be worth?

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Oh, just a plain talk about world conditions, it might be worth two hundred and fifty.

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Her views on clothes of course would be worth a lot more-maybe a thousand.

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Dollars? Dollars.

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I'm talking about her views on everything, 'The Private and Secret Longings of a Princess'

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her innermost thoughts as revealed to your own correspondent in a private, personal, exclusive...

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...interview.

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Can't use it, huh? I didn't think you'd like it.

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Come here!

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Love angle too, I suppose? Practically all love angle.

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With pictures. Could be. How much?

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That particular story would be worth five grand to any news service.

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But, er, tell me Mr. Bradley - if you are sober - just how are you going to obtain this fantastic interview?

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I plan to enter her sick room disguised as a thermometer. You said five grand?

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I want you to shake on that.

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Ah, you realise, of course, Her Highness is in bed today, and leaves for Athens tomorrow.

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Yep. Ah, now I'd like to make a little side-bet with you:

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500 says you don't come up with the story.

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What are you looking at that for? Oh, I just wanna see what time it is.

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Huh? .. Er, what day it is, er.. - It's a deal!

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Now I'd like you to shake.

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Now, let's see, you're into me for about 500, when you lose this bet you'll owe me a thousand.

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Why, you poor sucker, I'll practically own you!

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You have practically owned me for a couple of years now, but that's all over.

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I'm gonna win that money and with it, I'm gonna buy me a one way ticket back to New York!

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Go on, go on - I'll love to hear you whine!

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And when I'm in a real newsroom I'll enjoy thinking about you, sitting here with an empty leash in your hands...

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...and nobody to twitch for you! So Long!

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What's your problem? Everything ok, Giovanni?

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Listen here, Joe: .. er, nobody is come, nobody is go; absolutely nobody.

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Swell! thanks a lot.

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Oh er, Giovanni, er... How would you like to make some money?

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Money? Yeah, That's the stuff. Now look...

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I've got a sure thing: Double your money back in two days.

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Double my money?

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Yeah well, I need a little investment capital to swing the deal. Now, if you'll just lend me a little cash...

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You owing me tomorrow's rent...

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.. and you want me to lend you money? o.

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Tomorrow, you'll be sorry!

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Your Highness? Mmmm-mmmmm

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Yes... what is it?

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Dear Doctor Bonnachoven.

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Oh, oh, sure, yes. Well, er... er, you're fine, much better. Is there anything you want?

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Hmm? So many things. Yes? well tell the doctor. Tell the good doctor everything.

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Mmmmm, I dreamt and I dreamt...

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Yes? Well, er, what did you dream?

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I dreamt I was asleep on the street and... young man came and...

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he was tall and strong and... he was so mean to me.

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He was?

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It was

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Good morning.

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Where's Doctor Bonnachoven? I'm afraid I don't know anybody by that name.

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Wasn't I talking to him just now? 'Fraid not.

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Have- have I had an accident? No

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Quite safe for me to sit up, huh? Yeah, perfect.

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Thank you.

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Are these yours?

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Did, did you lose something? No.

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Would you be so kind as tell me where I am?

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Well, this is what is laughingly known as my apartment.

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Did you bring me here by force? No, no, no... quite the contrary.

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Have I been here all night... alone? If you don't count me, yes.

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So I've spent the night here-with you.

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Oh, well, now, I don't know if I'd use those words exactly...

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But eh.. from a certain angle, yes.

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How do you do? How do you do?

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And you are? Bradley, Joe Bradley.

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Delighted. You don't know how delighted I am to meet you.

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You may sit down. Well, thank you very much.

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What's your name?

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Er... you may call me Anya. Thank you, Anya.

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Would you like a cup of coffee? What time is it?

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Oh, about one thirty. One thirty!

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I must get dressed and go! Why? what's your hurry? There's lots of time.

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Oh no, there isn't and I've... I've been quite enough trouble to you as it is.

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Trouble? You're not what I'd call trouble.

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I'm not?

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I'll run a bath for you.

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There you are.

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Here we go now. There you are; that does it.

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Allright - Gimme a little slack, will ya?

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Pronto? Irving! why won't you answer the phone?

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Look, this is Joe. Irving, can you get over here in about five minutes?

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Oh no, I can't come now, Joe - I'm busy.

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Joe: I'm up to my ears in work.

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Go on, get into your next outfit, will you, Honey? The canoe.

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What kind of a scoop, Joe? Look, Irving, I can't talk over the telephone

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One word in the wrong quarter and this whole thing might blow sky-high. It's front page stuff, that's all I can tell you.

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It might be political or it might be a sensational scandal - I'm not sure which, but it's a big story..

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and it's got to have pictures! But I can't come now, Joe; I'm busy.

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I'm busy now and I'm meeting Francesca at Rocca's in a half an hour and...

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Capito? No capito - don't understand.

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Don't understand?

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There you are! I was looking at all the people out here.

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It must be fun to live in a place like this. Yeah, it has its moments.

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I can give you a running commentary on each apartment. I must go.

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I only waited to say goodbye. Goodbye? But we've only just met.

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How about some breakfast? I'm sorry, I haven't time.

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Must be a pretty important date, to run off without eating.

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It is. Well, I'll go along with you, wherever you are going.

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That's alright, thank you; I can find the place.

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Thank you for letting me sleep in your bed.

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Oh, that's alright; think nothing of it. It was very considerate of you...

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You must have been awfully uncomfortable on that couch. No, no - do it all the time.

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Goodbye, Mr. Bradley. Goodbye.

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Oh: go right through there and down all the steps. Thank you.

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Well, small world. Yes - I almost forgot: can you lend me some money?

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That's right, you didn't have any last night did you?

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How much was it that you wanted? Well, I don't know how much I need.

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How much have you got? Well, suppose we just split this fifty-fifty:

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Here's a thousand lira. A thousand?! Can you really spare all that?

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It's about a dollar and a half...

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Well, I'll arrange for it to be sent back to you. What is your address?

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Villa Marguta, fifty-one. Villa Marguta, fifty-one.

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Joe Bradley. Goodbye. Thank you.

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Ah, double my money, eh? You tell me you want double my money, this way.

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Eh, tomorrow.

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What a wonderful hair you have. Just cut, thank you.

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Just cut? Well then, cut, eh, so? Higher.

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Higher? Here? More.

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Here? Even More.

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Where? There.

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There. Are you sure, Miss? I'm quite sure, thank you.

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All off? All off.

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Are you sure? Yes.

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Off.

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Off.

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