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: Gilda, are you decent? Gilda
: Sure. I'm decent.
: If you're worried about Johnny Farrell, don't be. I hate him! Ballin Mundson
: And he hates you. That's very apparent. But hate can be a very exciting emotion. Very exciting. Haven't you noticed that? Gilda
: You make it s... Ballin Mundson
: There is a heat in it, that one can feel. Didn't you feel it tonight? Gilda
: No. Ballin Mundson
: I did. It warmed me. Hate is the only thing that has ever warmed me.
: Quite a surprise to hear a woman sing in my house, eh Johnny?
: [referring to his knife cane
] It is a most faithful and obedient friend: it is silent when I want it to be silent, but talks when I want to talk. Johnny Farrell
: Is it that your idea of a friend? Ballin Mundson
: That is my idea of a friend. Johnny Farrell
: You must lead a gay life.
: Look your best, my beautiful. This will be the casino's first glimpse of you.
[He kisses her
: I'll look my very best, Ballin.
[Looks at Johnny
: I want all the hired help to approve of me. Glad to have met you, Mr. Farrell. Ballin Mundson
: His name is Johnny, Gilda. Gilda
: Oh, I'm sorry. Johnny is such a hard name to remember and so easy to forget.
[In a breathy voice
: Johnny. There. See you later, Mr. Farrell.
: I thought we agreed that women and gambling didn't mix. Ballin Mundson
: My wife does not come under the category of women, Johnny.
] "Disaster to the wench who did wrong by our Johnny"
: You're a lucky man. Ballin Mundson
: I make my own luck.
: It amuses me to feed you beautiful things, because you eat with such a good appetite.