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: No, no, no. I think we've talked much too much about me. Tell me about yourself. Lieutenant Stanislav Sobinski
: Well, there isn't much to tell. I just fly a bomber. Maria Tura
: Oh, how perfectly thrilling! Lieutenant Stanislav Sobinski
: I don't know about it being thrilling. But it's quite a bomber. You might not believe it, but I can drop three tons of dynamite in two minutes. Maria Tura
: Really? Lieutenant Stanislav Sobinski
: Does that interest you? Maria Tura
: It certainly does.
: It's becoming ridiculous the way you grab attention. Whenever I start to tell a story, you finish it. If I go on a diet, you lose the weight. If I have a cold, you cough. And if we should ever have a baby, I'm not so sure I'd be the mother. Josef Tura
: I'm satisfied to be the father.
: Wait a minute. I'll decide with whom my wife is going to have dinner and whom she's going to kill. Maria Tura
: Don't you realize Poland's at stake? Lieutenant Stanislav Sobinski
: Have you no patriotism? Josef Tura
: Now listen, you... first you walk out on my soliloquy and then you walk into my slippers. And now you question my patriotism. I'm a good Pole and I love my country and I love my slippers. Maria Tura
: Well, I hope your country comes first. Lieutenant Stanislav Sobinski
: So do I. Maria Tura
: This is an emergency! War! Josef Tura
: Look, look, look, I don't know much about the whole thing... but is this Siletsky a real danger to Poland? Lieutenant Stanislav Sobinski
: A catastrophe! Maria Tura
: He must be taken care of! Josef Tura
: Then he will be taken care of. Maria Tura
: Well, who's gonna do it? Josef Tura
: I'm gonna do it. Lieutenant Stanislav Sobinski
: But how? Maria Tura
: Where? Josef Tura
: I'm gonna meet Herr Siletsky at Gestapo headquarters. And after I've killed him I hope you'll be kind enough to tell me what it was all about!
Professor Alexander Siletsky
: Shall we drink to a blitzkrieg? Maria Tura
: I prefer a slow encirclement.
: I went to Dobosh and told him when he advertises the new play to put your name first. Maria Tura
: Did you, darling? Oh, that's sweet of you, but I really don't care. Josef Tura
: That's what Dobosh said, so we left it as it was.
Lieutenant Stanislav Sobinski
: I hope you'll forgive me if I acted a little clumsy, but this is the first time I ever met an actress. Maria Tura
: Lieutenant, this is the first time I've ever met a man who could drop three tons of dynamite in two minutes.
: Someone walked out on me. Tell me, Maria, am I losing my grip? Maria Tura
: Oh, of course not, darling. I'm so sorry. Josef Tura
: But he walked out on me. Maria Tura
: Maybe he didn't feel well. Maybe he had to leave. Maybe he had a sudden heart attack. Josef Tura
: I hope so. Maria Tura
: If he stayed he might have died. Josef Tura
: Maybe he's dead already! Oh, darling, you're so comforting.
: It's unbelievable! Unbelievable! I come home to find a man in the same boat with me and my wife says to me, "What does it matter?" Lieutenant Stanislav Sobinski
: But, Mr. Tura, it's the 'zero hour'. Maria Tura
: You certainly don't want me to waste a lot of time giving you a long explanation. Josef Tura
: No, but I think a husband is entitled to an inkling.
: Think of me being flogged in the darkness, scream, suddenly the lights go on and the audience discovers me on the floor in this gorgeous dress!
: [to Joseph
] You're the greatest actor in the world. Everybody knows that, including you.
: [Talking about the aviator who sent the flowers
] It's true, Anna, I don't know who it is. But I'm positive who it might be. Anna
: You mean that young aviator? Maria Tura
: Yes, he's very young. He's in the second row again. He gets better-looking every night... Don't misunderstand me. I love my husband dearly, and why not? He's wonderful. Only he gets so unreasonable, so upset about little things. Anna
: Like the little thing in the second row.