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Tonetti:
[unable to remember his passphrase "Chance is a fool's name for fate," Tonettie repeatedly muffs it] Chance is the foolish name for fate. / Give me a name for chance and I am a fool. / Fate is a foolish thing to take chances with. / I am a fate to take foolish chances with. / Chances are that fate is foolish. / Fate is the foolish thing. Take a chance.

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Tonetti:
Rodolfo Tonetti at your service.



Egbert Fitzgerald:
Yes... well, I am Mr. Fitzgerald.



Tonetti:
Mr. Fitzgerald?


[shaking hands]



Tonetti:
Oh, I'm delightful!



Egbert Fitzgerald:
Oh, I shouldn't doubt it, old man, I shouldn't doubt it. But, don't you think that a corespondent ought to come to work quieter? Let's have more repose and less Rigoletto.



Tonetti:
Ha, I am ready for action, and I will do a first-class job.



Egbert Fitzgerald:
Well, don't be too determined about it. Remember, the lady in question is very sensitive, and you must treat her accordingly.



Tonetti:
Bene, whichever way the wind she is blowing, that is the way I sail.

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Aunt Hortense:
Be feminine and sweet. If you can blend the two.

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Egbert Fitzgerald:
Guy, you're not pining for that girl!



Guy Holden:
Pining? Men don't pine. Girls pine. Men just... suffer.

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Egbert Fitzgerald:
Your life, Mr. Tonetti, must be full of excitement.



Tonetti:
Full of excitement, and full of danger.



Egbert Fitzgerald:
Oh, yes, of course... from the husbands.



Tonetti:
No, from the ladies.



Egbert Fitzgerald:
Oh, how interesting!



Tonetti:
But, Tonetti, he know what to do. Yes, sometimes, the lady and I have the conversation... somtimes, I play the concertina... sometimes, I play the solitaire... but, mostly, I practice my singing. At home, my wife, he do not like me to sing.



Egbert Fitzgerald:
Unquestionably a woman of great perspicacity.



Tonetti:
Oh, si, si, signor, you bet!

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