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John Laurie: Pte. James Frazer, Dervish warrior



  • Frazer : Captain Mainwaring. Did I ever tell you the story about the old, empty barn.

    Mainwaring : Um. No.

    Frazer : Would you like to hear the story about the old, empty barn?

    Mainwaring : Um. Yes. Listen everybody. Frazer's going to tell us the story about the old empty barn.

    Frazer : Right. The story of the old empty barn. Well. There was nothing in it.

  • [repeated line] 

    Frazer : We're doomed!

  • Frazer : [after seeing Wilson seeing his daughter off]  I know I am a bit of a blabbermouth, but... but I'll keep my tongue for ye Mr Wilson.

    Wilson : [grateful]  Thank you James.

  • [Mainwaring opens Frazer's money box] 

    Mainwaring : It's a brick. It's a damn brick.

    Frazer : Aye, aye. It's a brick. And yon vicar can have it for the fabric of his kirk.

  • Frazer : I never doubted you for a minute.

  • Godfrey : Oh I do wish that Captain Mainwaring would let my sister Dolly knit him a suit of armour.

    Frazer : Never mind Godfrey son. If anything goes wrong we'll get him out with a tin opener.

  • Frazer : I am refusing to obey.

    Mainwaring : You'll be in charge of the liquor permits, Frazer.

    Frazer : I'm right behind you, Captain.

  • Frazer : Sorry about the candles. The blinds are a bit thin for the gleam of the gas light.

    Godfrey : Oh, I like candles. They're more romantic.

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