A Face in the Crowd
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1:48:00
Well, I'm not drunk,
just disgusted.

1:48:04
I'll handle it.
1:48:06
Of course, Mr. Rhodes.
1:48:07
I'll ad lib.
1:48:09
Just keep up with me.
1:48:11
I've saved the show before.
1:48:14
Well, I just wonder what they do
with their afternoons...

1:48:19
- One more day like this, and I quit.
- Here she comes.

1:48:23
Marcia, where've you been? We've
been trying to find you all day.

1:48:27
You know how important it is.
1:48:29
We still haven't got
our commercials routine.

1:48:33
I know tha¬Ěs kind of going out
of style, like the corset...

1:48:37
but every once in a while,
I ask myself, Lonesome...

1:48:41
where's that unmodern,
uncomplicated, unliberated...

1:48:46
but oh-so-happy
one-man woman gone?

1:48:51
Ain't no use getting het up
about something we can't change.

1:48:56
I was duck-shooting
over the weekend...

1:48:58
I brought my movie camera along
to show you folks what it was like.

1:49:03
Roll the film.
1:49:06
Hit it.
1:49:08
Hey you, in the projection room,
show us the movie!

1:49:12
Mr. Rhodes, they can't hear you.
1:49:18
About time.
1:49:20
I want to talk to you.
1:49:22
I can't tonight, I have to
rush to the banquet...

1:49:25
but first thing in the morning.
1:49:27
In my office, in the morning.
1:49:30
20 seconds, Mr. Rhodes.
1:49:32
You can take this,
I've quit today.

1:49:37
Even after the senator bagged
his limit, he hated to leave.

1:49:42
He says to me, "Lonesome..."
1:49:44
Keep the door clear. I'm surrounded
by a lot of dumb sons of nitwits.

1:49:49
Hey, you redneck scoundrels
still here?

1:49:53
Why aren't you out working
someplace?

1:49:56
Ain't that Curly Fuller
a duck-shooting fool?


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