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with movie-film dialogues; During the WWII in French Morocco, Casablanca becomes a roulette wheel to reach United States. And in Casablanca, almost everything revolved around Rick's Cafe Americain, the key point of local business, where people were gambling their desperate fate. At that time, two "letters of transit" had become the big prize. Rick's Paris ex-lover, Ilsa Lund (Ingrid Bergman) comes to Rick (Humphrey Bogart) with Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid), her husband. The couple needs the letters to leave for America. German Major Strasser (Conrad Veidt) arrives in Casablanca. Ferrari (Sydney Greenstreet) divulges his suspicion that Rick has the letters "I'd guess that Ugarte left those letters with Monsieur Rick. A difficult customer, that Rick. One never knows what he'll do or why." Laszlo meets with Rick privately, but Rick refuses to part with the documents, telling "I suggest that you ask your wife." Strasser has Renault (Claude Rains) shut down the club. That night, Ilsa confronts Rick. When he refuses to give her the letters, she threatens him. She explains that when they first met and fell in love in Paris, she believed that her husband was dead. Later she learned that Laszlo was in fact alive and in hiding. She left Rick "Richard, I cannot go with you or ever see you again. You must not ask why. Just believe that I love you. Go, my darling, and God bless you. Ilsa" to tend to her ill husband. With the revelation, Rick's bitterness dissolves and the lovers are reconciled. Rick agrees to help, leading her to believe that she will stay behind with him when Laszlo leaves. Carl (S.Z. Sakall) secretly take Ilsa back to the hotel while the two men talk. Laszlo reveals that he is aware of Rick's love for Ilsa and tries to get Rick to use the letters to at least take her to safety. However, the police arrive and arrest Laszlo. Rick convinces Renault to release Laszlo by promising the letters of transit. To allay Renault's suspicions about his motives, Rick explains that he and Ilsa will be leaving for America. Renault tries to arrest Laszlo as arranged. Rick double crosses Renault. At the last moment, Rick makes Ilsa board the plane to Lisbon with her husband, telling her that she would regret it if she stayed, "Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon and for the rest of your life." Major Strasser drives up by himself, having been tipped off by Renault, but Rick shoots him when he tries to intervene. When police reinforcements arrive, Renault pauses, and then tells his men to "Round up the usual suspects." Once they are alone, Renault suggests to Rick that they leave Casablanca and join the Free French at Brazzaville. They walk off into the fog with one of the most memorable exit lines in movie history: "Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship." You can share the Casablanca plot with your friends.





 
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Image from Casablanca 3 movie-film 1941 - Welcome you to Casablanca and wish you a pleasant stay Image from Casablanca 3 movie-film 1941 - I am Captain Renault, prefect of police. Merely to welcome you to Casablanca and wish you a pleasant stay.   One hears a great deal about Rick in Casablanca One hears a great deal about Rick in Casablanca. And about Victor Laszlo everywhere.   A very puzzling fellow, this Rick A very puzzling fellow, this Rick. What sort is he? I really can't say, though I saw him quite often in Paris.

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Excuse me, but you look like a couple who are on their way to America. You'll find a market there for this ring. I'm forced to sell it at a great sacrifice. Thank you, but I hardly think. Perhaps for the lady. The ring is quite unique. Yes, I'm very interested. Good. What is your name? Berger, Norwegian. At your service, sir. I'll meet you in a few minutes at the bar. We don't want the ring, but thanks for showing it to us. Such a bargain. But that is your decision? I'm sorry, it is. Monsieur Laszlo, is it not? Yes? I am Captain Renault, prefect of police. Yes, what is it you want? Merely to welcome you to Casablanca and wish you a pleasant stay. It isn't often we have so distinguished a visitor. Thank you. I hope you'll forgive me, captain. The present French administration hasn't always been so cordial. May I present Miss Ilsa Lund. I was told you were the most beautiful woman ever to visit Casablanca. That was a gross understatement. You're very kind. Won't you join us? If you will permit me. Oh, no, Emile, please. A bottle of your best champagne. And put it on my bill. It's a game we play. They put it on the bill, I tear up the bill. It is very convenient. Captain, the boy who's playing the piano. Somewhere I've seen him. Sam? Yes. He came from Paris with Rick. Rick? Who is he? Mademoiselle, you are in Rick's. Rick is what? Mademoiselle he's the kind of man that, well, if I were a woman and I were not around, I should be in love with Rick. But what a fool I am talking to a beautiful woman about another man. Excuse me. Major. Mademoiselle Lund and Monsieur Laszlo, may I present Major Strasser. How do you do? This is a pleasure I have looked forward to. I'm sure you'll excuse me if I'm not gracious. You see, Major Strasser, I am a Czechoslovakian. You were a Czechoslovakian. Now you are a subject of the German Reich. I have never accepted that privilege. And I'm now on French soil. I'd like to discuss some matters arising from your presence on French soil. This is hardly the time or place. Then we shall state another time and place. Tomorrow at 10 in the prefect's office. With mademoiselle. Captain, I am under your authority. Is it your order that we come to your office? Let us say it is my request. That is a much more pleasant word. Very well. A very clever tactical retreat, major. This time they really mean to stop me. Victor, I'm afraid for you. We've been in difficult places before, haven't we? I must find out what Berger knows. Be careful. I will. Don't worry. Monsieur Berger, the ring. Could I see it again? Champagne cocktail, please. I recognize you from the news photographs, Monsieur Laszlo. In a concentration camp, one is apt to lose a little weight. We read five times that you were killed in five different places. As you see, it was true every single time. Thank heaven I found you, Berger. I'm looking for a man by the name of Ugarte. He's supposed to help me. Ugarte cannot even help himself. He's under arrest for murder. He was arrested here tonight. I see. But we who are still free will do all we can. We are organized. Underground, like everywhere else. Tomorrow night there is a meeting at the Caverne du Bois. If you will come. Will you ask the piano player to come over here? Very well, mademoiselle. How's the jewelry business, Berger? Not so good. Check, please. Too bad you weren't here earlier. We had quite a bit of excitement, didn't we, Berger? Yes. Excuse me, gentlemen. My bill. No. Two champagne cocktails. Please. Hello, Sam. Hello, Miss Ilsa. I never expected to see you again. It's been a long time. Yes, ma'am. A lot of water under the bridge. Some of the old songs, Sam. Yes, ma'am. Where is Rick? I don't know. I ain't seen him all night. When will he be back? Not tonight no more. He ain't coming. He went home. Does he always leave so early? He never Well, he's got a girl up to the Blue Parrot. Goes up there all the time. You used to be a much better liar, Sam. Leave him alone, Miss Ilsa. You're bad luck to him. Play it once, Sam. For old times' sake. I don't know what you mean, Miss Ilsa. Play it Sam Play As Time Goes By. I can't remember it, Miss Ilsa. I'm a little rusty on it. I'll hum it for you. Sing it, Sam. Sam, I thought I told you never to play Well, you were asking about Rick, and here he is. May I present. Hello, Ilsa. Hello, Rick. Oh, you've already met Rick, mademoiselle? Then perhaps you also. This is Mr. Laszlo. How do you do? How do you do? One hears a great deal about Rick in Casablanca. And about Victor Laszlo everywhere. Won't you join us for a drink? Rick never. Thanks, I will. Well a precedent is being broken. Emil. Interesting cafe. I congratulate you. I congratulate you. What for? Your work. Thank you. I try. We all try. You succeed. She was asking about you earlier, Rick in a way that made me extremely jealous. I wasn't sure you were the same. Let's see, the last time we met. Was La Belle Aurore. How nice. You remembered. But, of course, that was the day the Germans marched into Paris. Not an easy day to forget. I remember every detail. The Germans wore gray, you wore blue. Yes. I put that dress away. When the Germans march out I'll wear it again. Ricky, you're becoming quite human. I suppose we have to thank you for that. Ilsa, I don't wish to be the one to say it, but it's late. So it is. We have a curfew in Casablanca. It would never do for the chief of police to be found drinking after hours. I hope we didn't overstay our welcome. Not at all. Your check, sir. It's my party. Another precedent gone. This has been a very interesting evening. I'll call you a cab. Gasoline rationing, time of night. We'll come again. Anytime. Say good night to Sam for me. I will. There's still nobody in the world who can play As Time Goes By like Sam. He hasn't played it in a long time. Good night. Good night. Night. A very puzzling fellow, this Rick. What sort is he? I really can't say, though I saw him quite often in Paris. Tomorrow at 10, at the prefect office. We'll be there. Good night. Good night. Boss? Boss? Yeah? Boss, ain't you going to bed? Not right now. Ain't you planning on going to bed in the near future? You ever going to bed? No. Well, I ain't sleepy, either. Good, then have a drink. Not me, boss. Then don't have a drink. Boss, let's get out of here. No, sir. I'm waiting for a lady. Please, let's go. Ain't nothing but trouble for you here. She's coming back. I know she's coming back. We'll take the car and drive all night. We'll get drunk. We'll go fishing, stay away until she's gone. Shut up and go home, will you? No, sir, I'm staying right here.

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Casablanca (1942)
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  1 I found myself much more reasonable
1 I found myself much more reasonable
  2 I came to Casablanca for the waters
2 I came to Casablanca for the waters
  3 welcome you to Casablanca
3 welcome you to Casablanca
  4 Here's looking at you kid
4 Here's looking at you kid
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  5 Even when I knew you in Paris
5 Even when I knew you in Paris
  6 I never was much of a businessman
6 I never was much of a businessman
  7 Each of us has a destiny
7 Each of us has a destiny
  8 The beginning of a beautiful friendship
8 The beginning of a beautiful friendship