Movie: The Young Philadelphians [1959] Movie: The Young Philadelphians [1959]

Movie: The Young Philadelphians [1959] Movie: The Young Philadelphians [1959]

Chester A. 'Chet' Gwynn:
Did you ever see a babe with two heads?



Anthony Judson Lawrence:
No. Come on, call her!



Chester A. 'Chet' Gwynn:
No.



Anthony Judson Lawrence:
Come on, Chet.



Chester A. 'Chet' Gwynn:
Tony.



Anthony Judson Lawrence:
Two heads... then we can both talk to her! And she doesn't have to bring a friend!

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Joan Dickinson:
At least you have someplace to go.



Anthony Judson Lawrence:
Haven't you?



Joan Dickinson:
Are you kidding? I have no talents. Nothing. I was very well educated to be an idiot. And I was a very good student.

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Joan Dickinson:
How do you want to handle this? Pleasant or unpleasant?



Carson, Construction Worker:
What's the matter? Late for tea?



Joan Dickinson:
All right. Unpleasant.

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Anthony Judson Lawrence:
This isn't very conducive to sensible thinking. I better go back before...



Joan Dickinson:
I don't want sensible thinking!



Anthony Judson Lawrence:
Neither do I.

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