It Happened One Night

Grandma says it's gonna be a girl.
She hasn't missed calling one in years.

Man here to see you, sweetheart.
Who, me? You wanna see me?
What's your name?
- Are you addressing me?
- Yeah. What's your name?

Wait a minute.
That's my wife you're talking to.

What do you mean coming here?
What do you want?

- We're looking for somebody.
- Fine, but don't come busting in here.

This isn't a public park.
I got news to take a sock at you.
- Take it easy.
- The men are detectives.

Even if they're the
whole police department...

...they can't bust in here,
questioning my wife.

Don't get so excited.
He asked you a simple question.

Is that so? How many times
have I told you not to butt in?

You don't have to lose your temper!
As usual. Every time I try to protect you.
At the elks dance,
when that big Swede hit on you.

He did not! I told you a million times.
He kept pawing you
all over the dance floor.

He didn't. You were drunk.
Nuts! Just like your old man.
Once a plumber's daughter,
always a plumber's daughter.

There ain't an ounce of
brains in your family.

Peter Warne, you've gone far enough!
- Shut up!
- You see what you've done?

Sorry, but you see,
we've gotta check up on everybody.

We're looking for a girl
named Ellen Andrews.

Daughter of that big Wall Street mogul.
Too bad you're not looking for
a plumber's daughter.

Quit bawling!
I told you they were a perfectly
nice married couple.

You weren't bad, jumping in like that.
- You've got a brain.
- You're not so bad, yourself.

We could start a two-people
stock company.

Things get tough,
we'll play to small town auditoriums.

We'll call this one, "The Great Deception."
What about "Cinderella" or
a real hot love story?

No, too mushy.
I like mushy stuff.
Quit bawling!
Bus leaves in five minutes!
- What?
- Your bus leaves in five minutes.

Holy smoke, we're not even packed yet.