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The Big Broadcast of 1938 (1938) Poster

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First reporter: Say, do you know anything about electricity?

S.B. Bellows: My father occupied the chair of applied electricity at State Prison.

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Grace Fielding: Oh, I'm so sorry, Mr. Bellows. I didn't recognize you in this bad light.

S.B. Bellows: Ah, everybody seems to see me in a bad light.

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Lord Droopy: Aren't you awake yet?

S.B. Bellows: Ohhhhh! I don't know. I haven't looked yet.

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S.B. Bellows: Meet me down in the bar! We'll drink breakfast together.

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Divorcee: I was married to him for eight months; I gave him the best years of my life!

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S.B. Bellows: Never mind what I tell you to do. You do what *I* tell you!

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Martha Bellows: Gee, I- I'm so cute! I'll bet they put my picture on the front page.

Scoop McPhail: I'll never forget the last time you had your picture on the front page. Your mouth was continued on page two.

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Scoop McPhail: [after being kissed by Martha] AAAAAHHHH! I've been kissed by a tunnel!

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S.B. Bellows: [referring to Martha, who has just been rescued] Throw her back in, let the sharks protect themselves!

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