Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve
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Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve (Character)
from The Great Gildersleeve (1942)

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"The Great Gildersleeve: Gildy's All-American Boy (#1.32)" (????)
[first lines]
Marjorie Forrester: Unky, may I have the women's page.
Throckmorton P. 'Gildy' Gildersleeve: Well, I'm looking at it, Marjorie.
Marjorie Forrester: Well, if you want to read something, you might take a look at Leroy's birthday list.
Throckmorton P. 'Gildy' Gildersleeve: Oh? How many birthdays is that supposed to cover?

[reading from the list of birthday presents that Leroy wants]
Throckmorton P. 'Gildy' Gildersleeve: One length of sewer pipe? That's important?
Marjorie Forrester: It is to Leroy.
Throckmorton P. 'Gildy' Gildersleeve: Fifty pounds of gunpowder? Oh, that boy.
Marjorie Forrester: That's to put in the sewer pipe. He's making a rocket.
Throckmorton P. 'Gildy' Gildersleeve: Oh. He wants something as ordinary as a bicycle?
Marjorie Forrester: Well, that's to make a fast getaway after he's lit the gunpowder.

"The Great Gildersleeve: Gildy Goes Diving (#1.4)" (1955)
Sally Fuller: I was wondering if you could drop by this evening.
Throckmorton P. 'Gildy' Gildersleeve: Tonight? Well, I think so.
Birdie Lee Coggins: A twenty-mule team couldn't get him out of the house, but one filly can.

"The Great Gildersleeve: Gildy Goes Broke (#1.1)" (1955)
Throckmorton P. 'Gildy' Gildersleeve: Leroy has never been exposed to a woman's wiles before.
Mr. Peavey: Well, love is like the mumps...
Throckmorton P. 'Gildy' Gildersleeve: Oh?
Mr. Peavey: You only need one exposure.

Gildersleeve on Broadway (1943)
[repeated line]
Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve: Now see here Leroy.

Gildersleeve's Ghost (1944)
Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve: Women will back my campaign, because no one will point the accusing finger of scandal in my direction. Every woman knows that I've been the perfect gentleman in all... um, almost every woman knows that I've been... um... and in conclusion...

Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943)
Gildersleeve: If I don't run away, my dear, they'll put me in jail for a hundred and twenty-five years.
Leroy: Well, then you've got nothing to worry about. You can't live that long.