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BILL CHANDLER: But to think that he'd do this to you.
A beautiful girl who loves him,
who's doing everything in the world. Believe me, kid. You've put up with a lot. You know, you're one girl in a million.
GLADYS BENTON: You don't know the tenth of it. You wouldn't believe what I've stood for.
BILL CHANDLER: I know.
GLADYS BENTON: The night I met him, he stood me up for two hours. For what? A woman in Jersey had quadruplets and it's been that way ever since.
BILL CHANDLER: I know. It's tough. Fine, sensitive girl like you.
That's love for you.
The things I could tell you...
I'd like to hear all about them.
Let's have a bite to eat.
GLADYS BENTON: You dance divinely.
BILL CHANDLER: Thanks. There have been complaints.
GLADYS BENTON: Then you must have been out with amateurs.
BILL CHANDLER: I hope Warren won't mind our dancing like this.
GLADYS BENTON: What? Him.
BILL CHANDLER: After all, it's perfectly innocent, just fun.
GLADYS BENTON: Sure.
Certainly a girl can dance with her own husband
and you are my husband.
BILL CHANDLER: Yes, quite. Besides, this is our last night.
GLADYS BENTON: What do you mean?
BILL CHANDLER: If you're going to file suit tomorrow. I'll have to move out of here to prove that we're alienated. You know, I'm gonna miss you.
GLADYS BENTON: I'll miss you, too.
BILL CHANDLER: You're a swell kid, Gladys.
GLADYS BENTON: You're not such a cluck yourself.
BILL CHANDLER: I hate to see you get mixed up in that mess tomorrow.
GLADYS BENTON: Look, you don't want me to file that suit, do you?
BILL CHANDLER: No, I don't. For your own sake.
GLADYS BENTON: Then I don't. I don't start anything until you tell me to.
BILL CHANDLER: It'll mean a row with Warren.
GLADYS BENTON: It won't be the first one. Let's dance some more.
BILL CHANDLER: It's pretty late. Two o'clock.
GLADYS BENTON: I could dance all night with my Billikins.
BILL CHANDLER: My little fuzzy-wuzzy's got to get some sleep though.
GLADYS BENTON: You're kind of cute when you say that.
BILL CHANDLER: So I'm going to say good night, Mrs. Chandler. I'm off to get some air.
GLADYS BENTON: Air?
BILL CHANDLER: Yes, I haven't been able to sleep for the last two or three nights. Must be insomnia.
GLADYS BENTON: I can fix that. My father used to have it. When he did, I'd rub his head with cologne, like that. I'll go get the cologne.
BILL CHANDLER: It isn't that kind of insomnia. You know, different people respond to different things. Some people respond to rub-a-dub on the forehead. Others drop off to music. Now, me... I'm a horse's hoof man.
GLADYS BENTON: A what?
BILL CHANDLER: A horse's hoof man. That's what it takes to put me to sleep. The sound of a horse's hoof. Hoof, hoof. You know? Hoof, hoof.
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