Movie: To Be or Not to Be [1942] Movie: To Be or Not to Be [1942]

Movie: To Be or Not to Be [1942] Movie: To Be or Not to Be [1942]

Josef Tura:
[disguised as Professor Siletsky - speaking about Maria Tura] Her husband is that great, great Polish actor, Josef Tura. You've probably heard of him.



Colonel Ehrhardt:
Oh, yes. As a matter of fact I saw him on the stage when I was in Warsaw once before the war.



Josef Tura:
Really?



Colonel Ehrhardt:
What he did to Shakespeare we are doing now to Poland.

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Josef Tura:
I went to Dobosh and told him when he advertises the new play to put your name first.



Maria Tura:
Did you, darling? Oh, that's sweet of you, but I really don't care.



Josef Tura:
That's what Dobosh said, so we left it as it was.

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Josef Tura:
If I shouldn't come back, I forgive you what happened between you and Sobinski. But if I come back, it's a different matter.

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Joseph Tura:
[disguised as Colonel Ehrhardt] So they call me Concentration Camp Ehrhardt?

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Josef Tura:
[disguised as Colonel Ehrhardt] I can't tell you how delighted we are to have you here.



Professor Alexander Siletsky:
May I say, my dear Colonel, that it's good to breathe the air of the Gestapo again. You know, you're quite famous in London, Colonel. They call you Concentration Camp Ehrhardt.



Josef Tura:
Ha ha. Yes, yes... we do the concentrating and the Poles do the camping.

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