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: Oh, I'm sorry, Mr. Gillis, but I just didn't think it was any good. I found it flat and trite. Joe Gillis
: Exactly what kind of material do you recommend? James Joyce? Dostoyevsky? Betty Schaefer
: I just think that pictures should say a little something. Joe Gillis
: Oh, one of the message kids. Just a story won't do. You'd have turned down Gone With the Wind. Sheldrake
: No, that was me. I said, "Who wants to see a Civil War picture?"
: So, you take plot 27A, make is glossy, make it slick? Sheldrake
: Eh-eh-eh-eh. Those are dirty words. You sound like a bunch of New York critics.
: That'll be all Miss Kramer - Scaefer. Betty Schaefer
: Goodbye, Mr. Gillis. Joe Gillis
: Next time I'll write you "The Naked and the Dead".
: Of course, we're always looking for a Betty Hutton. Do you see it as a Betty Hutton? Joe Gillis
: Frankly, no. Sheldrake
: No, wait a minute. If we made it a girls softball team. Put in a few numbers. Might make a cute musical: "It Happened in the Bullpen - A Story of a Woman".