Movie: Mr. Deeds Goes to Town [1936] Movie: Mr. Deeds Goes to Town [1936]

Louise "Babe" Bennett:
[Taking Mr. Deeds to see Grant's Tomb] To most people, it's an awful let-down... To most people, it's a washout.



Longfellow Deeds:
Well, that depends on what they see.



Louise "Babe" Bennett:
Now what do you see?



Longfellow Deeds:
Me? Oh I see a small Ohio farm boy becoming a great soldier. I see thousands of marching men. I see General Lee with a broken heart surrendering. And I can see the beginning of a new nation, like Abraham Lincoln said. And I can see that Ohio boy being inaugurated as President. Things like that can only happen in a country like America.

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