Movie: The Old Fashioned Way [1934] Movie: The Old Fashioned Way [1934]

Movie: The Old Fashioned Way [1934] Movie: The Old Fashioned Way [1934]

Sheriff Walter Jones:
When is Cleo gonna act in this show?



The Great McGonigle:
Oh, yes, yes, yes. She'll probably go on right after the epilogue.

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The Great McGonigle:
[referring to Cleopatra] She's all dressed up loke a well-kept grave.

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The Great McGonigle:
[after Baby Albert has splashed soup over him] I don't know whether to eat from the coat or the plate!



Cleopatra Pepperday:
[after Baby Albert throws McGonigles watch into a bowl of molasses] Oh, Albert! Look what you've done to Mr. McGonigle's watch! Oh...


[the watch is shown sinking]



Cleopatra Pepperday:
Oh, I'm so sorry... Oh, Mr. McGonigle!



The Great McGonigle:
It's all right.



Cleopatra Pepperday:
He has such an impulsive nature.



The Great McGonigle:
Yeah, just like my own. Don't apo;ogize. It's all right. It's just a little child... it's just a little child.



Cleopatra Pepperday:
Oh, he does the cutest things!



The Great McGonigle:
That he does!



Cleopatra Pepperday:
You should see him when no one's around.



The Great McGonigle:
Oh, I'd like to catch him sometime when...


[Correcting himself]



The Great McGonigle:
Uh, SEE him sometime when no one's around.



Cleopatra Pepperday:
Oh, Albert, why did you do that?



The Great McGonigle:
[Mumbling to himself] Bet the minute hand won't be a bit of use after this!



Cleopatra Pepperday:
Mr. McGonigle, I hope he hasn't hurt your watch.



The Great McGonigle:
[Sarcastically] Oh, no, how could you hurt a watch by dipping it in molasses?



Cleopatra Pepperday:
Oh, he's never done that before.


[She titters]



The Great McGonigle:
Well, I hope he doesn't do it again - not with this watch.

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Dick Bronson:
Mr. McGonigle, I've got to have some money.



The Great McGonigle:
Yes, my lad, how much?



Dick Bronson:
Two dollars.



The Great McGonigle:
If I had two dollars, I'd start a number two company.



Dick Bronson:
For two cents I'd quit.



The Great McGonigle:
[to Marmaduke] Pay him off!


[Marmaduke gives him a two cent stamp]

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The Great McGonigle:
[In character in "The Drunkard," the play-within-a play] It ain't a fit night out for man or beast!

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