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Nicely Nicely Johnson (Character)
from Guys and Dolls (1955)

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Nicely-Nicely Johnson

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Feature:
  1. Guys and Dolls (1955) Played by Stubby Kaye (as Nicely-Nicely Johnson)

  2. The Big Street (1942) Played by Eugene Pallette
    ... aka "Damon Runyon's The Big Street" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)
TV:
  1. "The South Bank Show"
        - Guys and Dolls (1982) TV episode, Played by David Healy (as Nicely-Nicely Johnson)
Archive Footage:
  1. "Broadway: The American Musical"
        - Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin': 1943-1960 (2004) TV episode, Played by Stubby Kaye (as Nicely-Nicely Johnson)

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Quotes:
From The Big Street (1942)
[about Gloria]
Agustus 'Little Pinks' Pinkerton, II: She's in bad shape, Doc. Can you do something?
Florida Doctor: I wish I could.
Agustus 'Little Pinks' Pinkerton, II: Why can't you?
Florida Doctor: Did you ever hear of a thing called paranoia? No, I guess you didn't. Well, it's what happens to people when they get to believe they're something they're not.
Nicely Nicely Johnson: Now you're cooking with gas.
Violette Shumberg: Shut up, Nicely.
Nicely Nicely Johnson: Don't tell me to shut up.
Violette Shumberg: I'll tell you to shut up anytime I feel like it, and I feel like it now.
Agustus 'Little Pinks' Pinkerton, II: Please go on, Doc.
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