Movie: If I Were Free [1933] Movie: If I Were Free [1933]

[first lines]



Man Selling French Postcards:
[scene: a Paris street cafe] Des cartes postales, m'sieur? Des cartes postales, sir?


[Man seated with lady shoos the vendor away]



Man Selling French Postcards:
[approaching Gordon and Hector's table] Postal cards, m'sier? *Dirty* postcards?



Hector Stribling:
[turning away, disgusted] Uh!



Gordon Evers:
Charming.


[taking the cards]



Gordon Evers:
Would you like to look at them, Hector?



Hector Stribling:
Certainly not!



Gordon Evers:
How much are they?



Man Selling French Postcards:
Twenty francs.



Gordon Evers:
There you are.



Man Selling French Postcards:
Merci m'sieur. Merci.


[Gordon tears up the cards, bows to the vendor, and throws the pieces away]



Hector Stribling:
Why... why on earth did you do that?



Gordon Evers:
Who knows, it may save the soul of some American tourist.

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