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Quotes for
Harry Bevan (Character)
from The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934)

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The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934)
[repeated line]
Harry Bevan: Oh, come come, my pet!

Wilson: Excuse me, Miss Elizabeth. Mr. Browning's downstairs.
Elizabeth Barrett: Oh, well - ask him to wait, please.
Bella Hedley: Oh, no dear, cousin. Ask him to come white up. We have to go downstairs and have tea with Uncle Edward. And besides, we wouldn't dweam of interrupting your tete-a-tete. Isn't it frilling, Harry. Mr. Browning's a poet and Miss Elizabeth's a poet. Isn't that a coincidence?
Harry Bevan: Oh, quaint, my dear, quaint.