Island in the Sun

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If I remember,
you're a friend of David Boyeur's.

- Yes, I am.
- He's a young man for whom
I prophesy a brilliant future.

You must all be very proud of him.
Well, that's what he keeps telling us.
We should be.

[Laughing] Denis tells me you're working
at the Bon Marche pharmacy.

- Denis?
- Denis Archer, my A.D.C.

- Oh, yes.
- Confidentially, he's not much of an A.D.C.

You know, odd sort of fellow-
writes books.

He's very ambitious.
I like him.

I'm very ambitious too.
I'm a stenographer.
I've been taking
shorthand and typing.

I'm a qualified stenographer.
I suppose you haven't
a place for me?

- I had no idea you danced so well.
- [Ends]

- Thank you, Miss Seaton.
- [Applause]

Thank you,
Your Excellency.

It's a great honor to dance
with the governor, you know.

- Yes. Now I know all about you.
- Oh?

- What did he say?
- [Mimicking] Odd fellow-writes books.

Confidentially, you're not a very good A.D.C.

You're too ambitious.
But he likes you.

I'm so sorry.
Excuse me.

Don't go away.
I'll be back.
I won't go away.
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So that's the reason you didn't go
to the nurses' ball with me, huh?

- I warned you, didn't I?
- About what?

That you might regret
making me go to the governor's party.