Colonel William G. Smollett introduces himself as such when he responds to the advertisement for an officer boarder, but is called 'Colonel Smollie' by Bridget while tending the victory garden, and again at his birthday party with his cake having 'Colonel Smollie' written on it. Although Bridget and the other family members know his correct surname and, at the beginning, address him by it, they later clearly address him as 'Smollie' as an affectionate family nickname. See more
Hello, Jane. What's this I hear about you working at the hospital?
I'm a nurse's aide.
A nurse's aide? Oh! What a revolting idea for an unmarried girl of your age. Well, our whole code of living seems to be completely ignored these days, and possibly it's none of my business...
Lieutenant Tony Willett
You're quite right, Mrs. Hawkins. It is none of your business.
I must say, Lieutenant, or Commander, or whatever you are, the Navy hasn't improved your manners any.
Please, Tony. Please, Emily. It's the Colonel's ...
Music by Charles Gounod
Played in the score when Brig prays See more