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: They say it can land on a dime... whatever that may be.
: Wait! There's something interesting in that woman's smile. I might learn to like her. Hang her in my bathroom.
: Absolutely not! I'm a businessman. I love money, I love power, I love capitalism. I do not now and never will love children.
: Miss Hannigan, I presume? Miss Hannigan
: Yes? Daddy Warbucks
: I wanna talk to you about Annie. Miss Hannigan
: You wanna return her and forget her? Or trade up? Daddy Warbucks
: I wanna adopt her. Miss Hannigan
: Would you excuse me for a moment? Aaarggghh!
: Oh sir. We are just so thrilled to have found Annie. We don't need any money. Daddy Warbucks
: I'll take it back. Lily
: Of course, we are poor people. It would help us a lot. We could buy her milk, a warm blanket. Daddy Warbucks
: Put it in your pocket, Mrs. Mudge.
: I want to feed them and house them and pay them. Not much, but enough to send home to their parents. So they can hold their heads up again and be proud to be Americans. Annie
: That's a swell idea. Daddy Warbucks
: It isn't a swell idea, Annie. It's mistaken foolishness.
: I guess they're dead. I guess I've known that deep down for a long time. Daddy Warbucks
: I'm not giving up. Don't you give up. Annie
: I didn't want to be just another orphan, Mr. Warbucks. I wanted to believe I was special. Daddy Warbucks
: You *are* special! *Never* stop believing that!
: But they wasn't her real parents, mister, they was bad people! Daddy Warbucks
: Leapin' lizards!
: Pepper lies a lot. She probably hasn't been to a movie, either. Actually, I think it's better when you don't know what you're missing. Daddy Warbucks
: Punjab, buy out the 8:00 show. Let's all go to the movies.
: Your teeth are crooked. Grace
: I'll get them fixed. Daddy Warbucks
: I like them crooked. Grace
] I'll leave 'em.
: You've given me so much already, Mr. Warbucks. Daddy Warbucks
: I got the papers signed today, it's official. Annie
: What is?
[Warbucks pulls out the locket
: It's so pretty, but... Daddy Warbucks
: Let me put it on you. Annie
: No. It's a really swell locket, Mr. Warbucks, but if it's all the same to you, I'll keep my old one. Daddy Warbucks
: It isn't all the same to me. Your old one's broken, this one's engraved, you didn't even look at it: 'To Annie, with love, from... Daddy Warbucks. Annie
: Mr. Warbucks, when my folks left me at the orphanage ten years ago, they left a note saying they'd come back to get me as soon as they could, and they kept the other half of this old locket so I'd know them when they came. I'm going to find them someday, Mr. Warbucks. I'm going to have a regular mother and father, like a regular kid. I am! I don't mean to hurt your feelings. You've been nicer to me than anybody in the whole wide world, but I've been dreaming of my folks for as long as I can remember, and I've just got to find them.
: I never thought I'd get used to a girl. Annie
: Girls are easier to get used to than boys. Look how used to Miss Farrell you are. She does all the work around here, and you don't even know her first name. Daddy Warbucks
: I do, it's Grace. Annie
: She thinks you're the greatest thing since sliced bread. Daddy Warbucks
] I beg your pardon? Annie
: I know it's none of my business, but you never notice anything!
: Don't be so mean, you mean old meanie. Daddy Warbucks
: Come my dear. Miss Hannigan
: Let's you and me make, why shouldn't we make hey. Daddy Warbucks
: I've got an appointment at one. Miss Hannigan
: This way. You every been to Bonus Iree? Daddy Warbucks
: Where? Miss Hannigan
: I hunger for the Ar-gen-tine Daddy Warbucks
: Argen-teena. Miss Hannigan
: Let's you and me fill up our diaries! Daddy Warbucks
: What? Stop! Miss Hannigan
: Buy me a ruby. Daddy Warbucks
: No! Miss Hannigan
: Why shouldn't you be mine?
: You spend your evenings in the shanties. Miss Hannigan
: You had me followed. Daddy Warbucks
: Imbibing quarts of bathtub gin. Miss Hannigan
: Bronchitism. Daddy Warbucks
: And here you're dancing in your scanties, Miss Hannigan
: Great gams. Daddy Warbucks
: With some old geezer called Little Caeser, Miss Hannigan
: He's an uncle. Daddy Warbucks
: You lock the orphans in the closet. Miss Hannigan
: They love it! Daddy Warbucks
: You hock their Christmas souvenirs. Miss Hannigan
: Drink? Daddy Warbucks
: You steal the funds you should deposit. Miss Hannigan
: It's fresh. Daddy Warbucks
: You make them grovel while you buy laveleers.
: You'll sit out this century in some deep, dark penitentiary. Miss Hannigan
: Jail? Daddy Warbucks
: Sign. Miss Hannigan
: I geuss this means I'll never know the feeling of running fingers through your hair. Daddy Warbucks
: You'll rot in jail. In Sing-Sing. Miss Hannigan
: I guess this means no Bonus Iree. Daddy Warbucks
: Will you sign?
: Why are you running? Annie
: It gets me to places quicker.
: Sometimes what you're looking for, is right in front of your face.
: Like me on Facebook... Will Stacks
: I don't like you in Harlem, why would I like you on Facebook?
: Are you lactose-intolerant? Will Stacks
: I'm kid-intolerant.
: See, you gotta play the cards that you've been dealt. No matter how bad the cards are. Annie
: What if you don't have *any* cards. Will Stacks
: Then you bluff.
: [over her neighborhood in helicopter
] This is *my* New York City. Will Stacks
: Where'd you live? Annie
: Where are we? Will Stacks
: Queens. Annie
: Do I need my passport?
: What? I can feel you smiling with those Britisher-than-thou lips.
: Annie, what are you going to name it? Will Stacks
: She's like a hurricane. Annie
: Sandy. Her name's going to be Sandy.
Oliver 'Daddy' Warbucks
: Annie, I love you as if you were my own little girl. I want to adopt you. Would you consider it? Annie
: It's just that I love my real mother and father so much. I don't know if I could love anybody else. Oliver 'Daddy' Warbucks
: I understand, but if you could find a place in your heart for me...
Oliver 'Daddy' Warbucks
: Who are you? Annie
: I'm Annie.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt
: Annie, I have some news for you. Oliver.
[he shakes Oliver's hand
] President Franklin D. Roosevelt
: The FBI was able to trace your parents to a David and Margaret Bennett. Annie
: You mean the Bennetts are my real parents? Where are they? Oliver 'Daddy' Warbucks
: Annie, I'm sorry. It seems that they passed away some time ago. Annie
: So, I really am an orphan.
[she walks away and Grace follows her
] Miss Grace Farrell
: Annie, are you alright?
[Annie turns around
: Yeah, I think so. See, I always knew that parents loved me and that they would come back for me someday. If they were alive.
[she has a teardrop in her eye and Grace hugs her
: I guess you have to look at the bright side. At least I'm not a Mudge.
, Oliver 'Daddy' Warbucks
] I don't need anyone but you...
: [Annie has sneaked Molly on the ship
] STOWAWAY! STOWAWAY! Oliver 'Daddy' Warbucks
: What's she saying Annie? Annie
: Um she's saying stay a while, stay a while. She doesn't want us to leave.
: Bye Miss Hannigan