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The Efficiency Expert (1992) Poster

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[Carey's little brother sees him writing a poem.]

Carey's Brother: Hee-hee-hee. Who's Cheryl?

Carey: No one you'd know. A model.

Carey's Brother: "I wake up with the sun, bright and new. I listen to the sun, and the early morning dew." Dew doesn't make any noise.

Carey: What? Look, it's my poem, I can write what I like.

Carey's Brother: Just trying to help. If I was you I'd stick to drawing.

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Wallace: Uh, excuse me, please, I'm looking for Mr. Ball's office.

[Robert doesn't respond.]

Wallace: Mr. Ball's office?

[No response. He starts to leave.]

Robert: Now, what would be your most direct route? Tell you what. Down this corridor, then left after your third door.

Wallace: Thank you.

[Starts to leave.]

Robert: You'll find two passages: one on your left, one on your right. Ignore them -- they're not the ones you want. Your best best would be... the very next one on the right.

Wallace: Thank you.

[Leaves.]

Robert: Or would it?

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Carey: Are you going to get married?

Frank: No, just engaged.

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Caroline Wallace: [about his factory client] How's the new place?

Wallace: Oh, its strange. It's like visiting my grandfather's house and finding it full of people.

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First Title Card: The 1960s in Australia were a period of great upheaval, followed by downheaval and, eventually, heaval. Presiding over this indecision were great experts such as Errol Wallace and Jerry Finn. They were efficiency consultants.

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