Movie: The Pickwick Papers [1952] Movie: The Pickwick Papers [1952]

[continued from above conversation]



Mr. Jingle:
Watch his looks... his whispers. He'll sit next to her at table. He'll flatter her and cut you.



Rachel Wardle:
Cut me?



Mr. Jingle:
Dead... you'll see for yourself.



Rachel Wardle:
I will indeed!



Mr. Jingle:
You'll cast him out?



Rachel Wardle:
I will!



Rachel Wardle:
You'll take another?



Rachel Wardle:
Yes!



Mr. Jingle:
You shall. I shall be that man! A worship from first... devoted slave... in a torment... sleepless nights... fortune of my own...


[examines the jewel on her finger]



Mr. Jingle:
love you for yourself... death do us part... dare I hope.



Rachel Wardle:
Oh, Mr. Jingle.


[she faints in his arms]

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