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The Boys (1962) Poster

(1962)

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Montgomery: Now then, when you first saw these boys, what was your impression?

Bus conductor: I don't know what you mean.

Montgomery: I mean what sort of people did they seem to be, Mr Salmon? Milkmen, postmen, politicians?

Bus conductor: Teddy boys.

Montgomery: What do you mean by 'teddy boys'?

Bus conductor: Well, they dressed like teddy boys and they behaved like teddy boys.

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Montgomery: Are you proud of being a lavatory attendant?

The Judge: That's a most unseemly question Mr Montgomery. The witness need not answer it.

Robert Brewer: Well I will answer it. I am proud. Very proud.

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Montgomery: These were no more than boys trying to have an evening out.

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