Movie: Virtue [1932] Movie: Virtue [1932]

Movie: Virtue [1932] Movie: Virtue [1932]

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Flanagan:
[at the ticket window at a train station] Pretty soft for you, sister, getting the city to pay your fare to Danbury.



Mae:
Pretty soft for the city I don't live in Australia. C'mon, grandpa.



Flanagan:
[on the train, placing Mae's luggage on the rack] There y'are.


[to the conductor]



Flanagan:
The lady goes to Danbury, chief.


[to Mae]



Flanagan:
Now take my advice, sister, and keep out of New York.



Mae:
[snidely] OK, grandpa. I'll remember all your advice: I'll watch my diet, go to the dentist twice a year, keep my nose clean, and pray for you every night - to break a couple of legs.


[closeup on Mae's gams as she crosses them; fadeout]

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