Movie: The Captive Heart [1946] Movie: The Captive Heart [1946]

Movie: The Captive Heart [1946] Movie: The Captive Heart [1946]

Capt. Jim Grayson:
I wonder how Jane is getting on these days?



Capt. Karel Hasek, alias Geoffrey Mitchell:
Who's Jane? Your girl?



Capt. Jim Grayson:
No, no. *The* Jane. The strip in the "Mirror".



Capt. Karel Hasek, alias Geoffrey Mitchell:
[realizing he's made a mistake] Oh, yes, the strip in the mirror.

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Cpl. Ted Horsfall:
I've had a letter, Don.



Pvt. Don Evans:
The mail's in? Perhaps there's a letter for me, with news of the baby.



Cpl. Ted Horsfall:
[downcast] There's no letter for you. There *is* news.



Pvt. Don Evans:
Flo's all right? Not them raids...?



Cpl. Ted Horsfall:
She's OK. The letter's from her. Don, it's a baby girl. She's doing nice. Dillis... You'll hear it sooner or later. It seemed the doctor warned her about it being dangerous, because of her age. But she wouldn't be put off. Flo was with her at the end. It went quite quickly. Flo's gonna look after the baby until you get back.

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Cpl. Ted Horsfall:
[remembering his last night at home, before leaving for France, as he finishes a glass of beer at a farewell party] Ahhhhh. Beer isn't what it used to be.



Pvt. Don Evans:
I hope the French beer isn't what it used to be either. Remember the last time, Ted?



Cpl. Ted Horsfall:
Yeah. I remember something even better than beer too.

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Cpl. Ted Horsfall:
[offering beer] Anyone for any more?



Di Evans:
No, thank you.



Pvt. Don Evans:
[looks at clock] It's nearly twelve. We've got to be at the depot at seven.


[motions to his wife]



Pvt. Don Evans:
Come on home.



Flo Horsfall:
We'll have them both back before you can turn around. The war will be over by Christmas.



Cpl. Ted Horsfall:
The war will be over by Christmas. Where have I heard *that* before?



Pvt. Don Evans:
[indicates sign for their construction business] It's a shame we've got to close the business, Ted.



Cpl. Ted Horsfall:
Why, it's this habit we've gotten into; fighting the same war every twenty years.



Flo Horsfall:
Nasty habit too.

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Pvt. Mathews:
[discussing his escape plans with Horsfall and Evans] Why, all I have to do is stow away in one of those garbage bins or something. Why, it's as easy as kiss your...


[sees Mitchell approach]



Capt. Karel Hasek, alias Geoffrey Mitchell:
If you're planning an escape, Mathews, may I give you a piece of advice? Individual escapes hardly ever succeed. These things have to be very carefully planned and co-ordinated by a whole group.



Pvt. Mathews:
All the same, sir, I'm going to have a go at it. If you have no objections!



Capt. Karel Hasek, alias Geoffrey Mitchell:
Well... Good luck to you.


[walks off]



Pvt. Mathews:
Good luck... Two-faced bleeder.



Cpl. Ted Horsfall:
I don't know what it is, but there's something phony about that bloke.

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