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Bartleby (Character)
from Bartleby (2001)

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Bartleby -- A complacent boss is flummoxed by a cryptic office worker whose refusal of duties is accompanied by the phrase, I WOULD PREFER NOT TO.

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  1. Bartleby (2001) Played by Crispin Glover

  2. Bartleby (1976) Played by Maxence Mailfort
  3. Bartleby (1970/II) Played by John McEnery
  4. Bartleby (1970/I) Played by Jean-Pierre Lajournade

  5. Bartleby (1963) (TV) Played by Rudolf Wessely

  6. Bartleby l'écrivain (1957) (TV) Played by Pierre Moncorbier

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From Bartleby (2001)
Bartleby: I don't drive.
The Boss: You don't drive? Well, then how did you get here? Did you walk? There are no sidewalks!
[speaks into the intercom]
The Boss: Vivian, can you take a bus here?
Vivian: [speaking through the intercom] Ah... yes. From my house I would take the 36 to the terminal in town. Then transfer there to the 80 and get off at the shopping center then catch the 48. There's only one - at 7:10 AM. The ride is roughly an hour and a half from the mall, so to get here by nine, I have to leave the house by 4:45. My car was in the shop last week so I looked into the bus schedule but
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