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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:05:58,825 --> 00:06:01,555 Pardon me. Are you Maria Williams? 2 00:06:01,627 --> 00:06:03,959 - Yes, I am. - Oh, I'm Anita Hutchins. 3 00:06:04,030 --> 00:06:06,760 - Hi. - Hi. Mr. Burgoyne sent me down to meet you. 4 00:06:06,833 --> 00:06:09,199 I'm with the agency. Here, let me take your bag. 5 00:06:09,268 --> 00:06:11,202 Thank you. 6 00:06:13,406 --> 00:06:16,136 We're over here. Come on. 7 00:06:44,537 --> 00:06:47,028 - This is your apartment? - You like it? 8 00:06:47,106 --> 00:06:49,199 I'm awed! 9 00:06:49,275 --> 00:06:53,041 Secretaries live very well in Rome. You'll get spoiled after a while. Frances! 10 00:06:53,112 --> 00:06:57,276 Yes? I'm having breakfast on the balcony. Come on out. 11 00:07:00,186 --> 00:07:02,279 - Welcome to Rome. - Thank you. 12 00:07:02,355 --> 00:07:05,483 - Did you have any trouble finding her? - I picked her out first try. 13 00:07:05,558 --> 00:07:08,288 - Have you had any breakfast? - I can't remember. 14 00:07:08,361 --> 00:07:10,659 Then have some with us. Anna! 15 00:07:10,730 --> 00:07:12,721 Oh, my, oh, my! 16 00:07:12,799 --> 00:07:15,632 Oh, what a beautiful way to live. 17 00:07:15,701 --> 00:07:18,636 I'm glad you like it. When Anita leaves, I was going to suggest... 18 00:07:18,704 --> 00:07:21,571 - I've already told her. - Anna. This is Miss Williams. 19 00:07:21,641 --> 00:07:24,906 - Buon giorno, signorina. - How do you do? 20 00:07:24,977 --> 00:07:28,538 What would you like? 21 00:07:28,614 --> 00:07:31,412 Oh, anything, thank you. 22 00:07:34,287 --> 00:07:38,053 I don't think I could afford anything as elegant as this, or even half of it. 23 00:07:38,124 --> 00:07:41,059 I promise you can. You're paid at the agency in dollars. 24 00:07:41,127 --> 00:07:43,652 The rate of exchange is in your favor. 25 00:07:43,729 --> 00:07:48,325 - Are you with the agency too? - No, I'm John Frederick Shadwell's secretary. 26 00:07:48,401 --> 00:07:50,494 - The man who wrote Winter Harvest? - Mm-hmm. 27 00:07:50,570 --> 00:07:53,698 - No less. - Mmm. He's a great writer, isn't he? 28 00:07:53,773 --> 00:07:56,003 He's a great man. 29 00:07:56,075 --> 00:07:58,373 I thought he was dead. 30 00:07:58,444 --> 00:08:02,505 Most people do, because he hasn't been back to America since his early 20s. 31 00:08:02,582 --> 00:08:05,073 Frances has been with him for 15 years. 32 00:08:05,151 --> 00:08:08,120 Gosh. Oh, when do I meet my boss? 33 00:08:08,187 --> 00:08:10,849 After breakfast. We'll all drive to work together. 34 00:08:10,923 --> 00:08:14,051 You'll meet him in plenty of time. There's nothing rushed in Rome. 35 00:08:14,126 --> 00:08:18,290 Oh, I'm going to like Rome, at any rate of exchange. 36 00:08:23,169 --> 00:08:26,036 - What's that? - That's the Fountain of Trevi. 37 00:08:26,105 --> 00:08:28,596 Do you want to see it? 38 00:08:42,555 --> 00:08:45,718 If you throw a coin into the pool, you're supposed to get your wish. 39 00:08:45,791 --> 00:08:50,091 Only the wish must always be the same thing... that you'll return again to Rome. 40 00:08:50,162 --> 00:08:54,064 I've tossed a coin into the fountain every April for the last... 15 years. 41 00:08:54,133 --> 00:08:58,069 It's my spring ritual. It's time to throw one in again. 42 00:08:59,372 --> 00:09:02,705 - Don't you want to wish? - Oh, yes. 43 00:09:05,244 --> 00:09:08,077 Keep me in Rome at least a year, Mr. Fountain. 44 00:09:08,147 --> 00:09:11,116 No! No, no. You have to turn around and throw it over your shoulder. 45 00:09:11,183 --> 00:09:13,515 Oh. 46 00:09:13,586 --> 00:09:16,453 Bring me... another year of contentment... 47 00:09:16,522 --> 00:09:18,615 whatever gods are listening. 48 00:09:18,691 --> 00:09:21,319 A penny's worth of hope. 49 00:09:21,394 --> 00:09:23,658 Aren't you going to wish? 50 00:09:23,729 --> 00:09:26,664 No. I don't want to come back to Rome. 51 00:09:26,732 --> 00:09:28,825 Anita's going home to be married. 52 00:09:28,901 --> 00:09:32,029 Then I don't blame you. Don't tempt fate. 53 00:09:54,527 --> 00:09:57,860 - Good morning, Eleanor. - Good morning, Anita. 54 00:09:57,930 --> 00:10:01,366 This is my desk. You'll share it with me for the time being. 55 00:10:01,434 --> 00:10:03,527 Oh, when do I meet Mr. Burgoyne? 56 00:10:03,603 --> 00:10:06,128 - I'll see if he's in. - Yes? 57 00:10:06,205 --> 00:10:09,072 Good morning, Mr. Burgoyne. Miss Williams is here. Shall I bring her in? 58 00:10:09,141 --> 00:10:11,234 Not at all. I'll come out. 59 00:10:11,310 --> 00:10:14,711 - Boss loves to make a good impression. - Any particular instructions? 60 00:10:14,780 --> 00:10:16,873 No. Just be yourself. 61 00:10:16,949 --> 00:10:20,316 Well, well, well, Miss Williams. 62 00:10:20,386 --> 00:10:22,513 Welcome to U.S.D.A. 63 00:10:22,588 --> 00:10:25,523 I abbreviate the name of the agency. It's the age of the alphabet. 64 00:10:25,591 --> 00:10:29,357 - Oh, I see. Thank you. - We hope you like Rome and the agency. 65 00:10:29,428 --> 00:10:32,022 - Thank you. I'm sure I will. - Good, good, good. 66 00:10:32,098 --> 00:10:35,033 I thought I'd spend the morning showing Maria how we operate here. 67 00:10:35,101 --> 00:10:38,036 Fine, fine, fine. Oh! 68 00:10:38,104 --> 00:10:41,039 Mrs. Burgoyne is giving a cocktail party this afternoon. 69 00:10:41,107 --> 00:10:43,871 Anita, if you and Miss Williams are not otherwise occupied... 70 00:10:43,943 --> 00:10:46,036 Mrs. Burgoyne would like to meet Miss Williams. 71 00:10:46,112 --> 00:10:51,448 - Thank you. I'd love to meet Mrs. Burgoyne. - We'll expect you, then. 72 00:11:25,651 --> 00:11:28,552 - Buon giorno. - Buon giorno, signorina. 73 00:11:42,134 --> 00:11:45,262 Oh. Good morning. 74 00:11:45,337 --> 00:11:47,601 I didn't think you'd be up. 75 00:11:47,673 --> 00:11:51,006 - I've been up all night. - I must say, you look it. 76 00:11:51,077 --> 00:11:55,878 You might show a little consideration for a man who's just written 20,000 words. 77 00:11:57,983 --> 00:12:00,110 You've started it. 78 00:12:00,186 --> 00:12:03,417 I got home at midnight intoxicated with an idea. 79 00:12:03,489 --> 00:12:06,322 I worked myself into a creative hangover. 80 00:12:06,392 --> 00:12:09,327 - Let me fix you some coffee. - No. No, thanks. 81 00:12:09,395 --> 00:12:12,364 While you type these up, I'm going to fall into bed. 82 00:12:12,431 --> 00:12:14,763 I'm glad you've given up writing articles... 83 00:12:14,834 --> 00:12:17,132 and started back to work on a novel again. 84 00:12:17,203 --> 00:12:19,933 - I was afraid you were afraid. - What do you mean by that? 85 00:12:20,005 --> 00:12:24,374 Nothing. I was worried for fear the critics had intimidated you after that last one. 86 00:12:24,443 --> 00:12:27,503 - I should have known better. - Of course you should have. 87 00:12:27,580 --> 00:12:30,310 I write for myself, not the critics. 88 00:12:30,382 --> 00:12:35,183 You'll be pleased to know the old master is back in stride again. 89 00:12:35,254 --> 00:12:39,987 I'm rather anxious to hear what you think about the start. 90 00:12:40,059 --> 00:12:42,357 Not only do I consider it magnificent... 91 00:12:42,428 --> 00:12:44,953 but I have a sneaking suspicion it's pretty good. 92 00:12:45,030 --> 00:12:47,191 Get some sleep. 93 00:12:47,266 --> 00:12:50,167 I'll knock on your door in time for you to make it to the Burgoyne cocktail party. 94 00:12:50,236 --> 00:12:52,295 Not I. 95 00:12:52,371 --> 00:12:55,704 I have no intention of exposing myself to that dreary assemblage. 96 00:12:55,775 --> 00:12:58,437 When I get up, I'm gonna stroll through the gardens of the villa... 97 00:12:58,511 --> 00:13:00,809 in solitary contentment. 98 00:13:00,880 --> 00:13:03,371 But I've already accepted the invitation in your name. 99 00:13:03,449 --> 00:13:06,384 Then jolly well make an excuse in my name. 100 00:13:06,452 --> 00:13:09,853 Do you know what people say when I mention I work for you? 101 00:13:09,922 --> 00:13:12,413 Something envious, I presume. 102 00:13:12,491 --> 00:13:17,519 - They say, "Oh, I thought he was dead." - Do they, indeed? 103 00:13:17,596 --> 00:13:23,159 You can't be as antisocial as you are and still expect people to know you're alive. 104 00:13:23,235 --> 00:13:27,001 - So they think that I'm dead, do they? - Hmm. 105 00:13:27,072 --> 00:13:29,506 Well, well. 106 00:13:29,575 --> 00:13:31,668 Wake me at 4:00. 107 00:13:31,744 --> 00:13:36,340 I'll make an appearance to prove my public only half right. 108 00:13:36,415 --> 00:13:40,181 When these come in from Washington, they have to be translated into Italian. 109 00:13:40,252 --> 00:13:43,585 - By me? - Oh, no. We have interpreters here. 110 00:13:43,656 --> 00:13:46,181 Georgio, would you come in for a minute, please? 111 00:13:46,258 --> 00:13:48,556 Georgio handles our translations for us. 112 00:13:48,627 --> 00:13:51,721 Then they're given to Mr. Burgoyne for clearance with the Italian bureau. 113 00:13:51,797 --> 00:13:53,958 - Good morning, Miss Anita. - Oh. Good morning. 114 00:13:54,033 --> 00:13:57,093 Maria, this is Georgio Bianchi. Georgio, this is Maria Williams. 115 00:13:57,169 --> 00:13:59,467 She'll be taking my place when I leave. 116 00:13:59,538 --> 00:14:02,701 If I can be of any help, please call me. 117 00:14:02,775 --> 00:14:05,573 I heard you were returning to America, Miss Anita. 118 00:14:05,644 --> 00:14:08,579 I shall... We shall miss you. 119 00:14:08,647 --> 00:14:11,980 Oh. Thank you. 120 00:14:12,051 --> 00:14:15,214 Here, would you make a translation of these for Mr. Burgoyne, please? 121 00:14:15,287 --> 00:14:17,653 Yes, Miss Anita. 122 00:14:21,527 --> 00:14:24,052 Well! 123 00:14:24,129 --> 00:14:27,621 I forgot to tell you. There's a policy here. 124 00:14:27,700 --> 00:14:30,635 Secretaries are not allowed to go out with local employees. 125 00:14:30,703 --> 00:14:34,901 - Mr. Burgoyne's policy, if you please. - How do you manage it, then? 126 00:14:34,974 --> 00:14:38,102 Georgio? We've never exchanged more than two words. 127 00:14:38,177 --> 00:14:40,407 - He's just part of the office. - Oh. 128 00:14:40,479 --> 00:14:43,471 Does his hand always shake when he gets near to you? 129 00:14:43,549 --> 00:14:46,279 You're imagining things. He doesn't even know I exist. 130 00:14:46,352 --> 00:14:48,752 Oh! He doesn't know anyone else exists. 131 00:14:48,821 --> 00:14:51,619 He didn't even notice whether I was a blonde or a brunette. 132 00:14:51,690 --> 00:14:54,318 Well, you're wrong. 133 00:14:54,393 --> 00:14:57,123 Call him in. 134 00:14:57,196 --> 00:15:00,290 Well, I just want to look at those beautiful brown eyes again. 135 00:15:00,366 --> 00:15:02,766 - They're not brown, they're blue. - Oh. 136 00:15:02,835 --> 00:15:05,531 I mean... It's a good thing I'm going home. 137 00:15:05,604 --> 00:15:08,539 With you around here, I'd be in a puddle of trouble in no time. 138 00:15:08,607 --> 00:15:11,337 Here, sit down and open those for me. 139 00:15:27,558 --> 00:15:30,686 Mr. Shadwell, I don't care what the critics said. 140 00:15:30,761 --> 00:15:33,889 I want you to know I just adored your last novel. 141 00:15:33,964 --> 00:15:36,296 Unfortunately, there were not enough of you. 142 00:15:36,366 --> 00:15:39,995 Tell me... do you get your best ideas at night? I always do. 143 00:15:40,070 --> 00:15:43,062 Invariably, but hardly material to write about. 144 00:15:43,140 --> 00:15:46,701 My husband declares that I was simply born to be a writer. 145 00:15:46,777 --> 00:15:51,805 He says if anyone just took a pencil and followed me around, they'd have a novel. 146 00:15:51,882 --> 00:15:56,080 My dear lady, I should be delighted to get behind you with a pencil. 147 00:15:56,153 --> 00:15:58,144 Excuse me. 148 00:16:05,062 --> 00:16:08,930 We've learned from long experience this is the best way to pass the time. 149 00:16:08,999 --> 00:16:12,435 So this is Rome, where the pigeons eat caviar. 150 00:16:12,503 --> 00:16:15,734 And the secretaries eat alone. 151 00:16:15,806 --> 00:16:18,866 Look, did you ever see such a handsome car? 152 00:16:18,942 --> 00:16:21,502 - You ever see such a handsome man? - It's Prince Dessi. 153 00:16:21,578 --> 00:16:23,739 A prince? Do you know him? 154 00:16:23,814 --> 00:16:26,874 - He's a friend of Mr. Shadwell's. - Part of the Roman scene. 155 00:16:26,950 --> 00:16:29,009 Um, eligible? 156 00:16:29,086 --> 00:16:32,852 Dino is handsome, wealthy, and has one of the oldest titles in Europe. 157 00:16:32,923 --> 00:16:36,188 As long as he has the first two, you won't catch him getting married. 158 00:16:36,260 --> 00:16:40,094 Oh, what a shame. Oh! 159 00:16:40,163 --> 00:16:43,098 - What's the matter? - Oh, I knocked my purse off the railing. 160 00:16:43,166 --> 00:16:46,294 - I'll ask Dino to get it for you. - Oh, no. Please don't. 161 00:16:46,370 --> 00:16:49,032 - He'll think I did it on purpose. - He won't mind. Dino! 162 00:16:49,106 --> 00:16:51,973 - Yes? - We dropped a purse from the balcony. 163 00:16:52,042 --> 00:16:57,344 - Would you mind bringing it up? - With the greatest of pleasure. 164 00:16:58,982 --> 00:17:01,416 You sure you didn't knock it off on purpose? 165 00:17:01,485 --> 00:17:04,613 Oh, no, believe me, I didn't. I'm not that quick-witted. 166 00:17:04,688 --> 00:17:07,122 Well, just in case it was instinct... 167 00:17:07,190 --> 00:17:10,284 perhaps we'd better warn our friend about Dino before she meets him. 168 00:17:10,360 --> 00:17:12,453 He's known as " the predatory prince." 169 00:17:12,529 --> 00:17:16,192 And girls who are seen in his company more than once are known as Venice Girls. 170 00:17:16,266 --> 00:17:17,927 Why? 171 00:17:18,001 --> 00:17:20,765 The time comes when he asks you to fly to Venice with him. 172 00:17:20,837 --> 00:17:23,704 Once you're known as a Venice Girl, you might as well go home. 173 00:17:27,244 --> 00:17:30,407 - I hope nothing was broken. - Thank you. It belongs to my friend. 174 00:17:30,480 --> 00:17:33,176 Maria, this is Prince Dessi. This is Miss Williams. 175 00:17:33,250 --> 00:17:35,275 - How do you do? - How do you do? 176 00:17:35,352 --> 00:17:37,912 Fresh from the States. Of course, you know Anita. 177 00:17:37,988 --> 00:17:42,186 - Oh, yes. We met when I first came to Rome. - I remember it with sadness. 178 00:17:42,259 --> 00:17:47,196 People said bad things about me, and you would not permit me to show you Rome. 179 00:17:47,264 --> 00:17:50,256 Have they been telling you disgraceful things about me too? 180 00:17:50,334 --> 00:17:52,632 - Oh, no. - That's too bad. 181 00:17:52,703 --> 00:17:56,264 If only half the things said about me were true, I'd be a happy man. 182 00:17:56,340 --> 00:17:58,808 - I suspect half of them are. - You see? 183 00:17:58,875 --> 00:18:01,969 There is a conspiracy against me in Rome. You must excuse me. 184 00:18:02,045 --> 00:18:05,173 I haven't spoken to my host yet. I'll be back. 185 00:18:07,217 --> 00:18:09,310 He's nice. 186 00:18:09,386 --> 00:18:12,116 Oh, I don't believe he's the wolf you say. 187 00:18:12,189 --> 00:18:16,148 - Why, he looks as innocent as a little boy. - Oh, that he does. 188 00:18:16,226 --> 00:18:19,127 But don't try taking him on your lap to mother him. 189 00:18:19,196 --> 00:18:23,360 You'll find yourself suddenly screaming for the police. 190 00:18:27,537 --> 00:18:30,665 Well, so much for your first cocktail party in Rome. 191 00:18:30,741 --> 00:18:33,869 - Shall we walk home or ride? - Let's walk. 192 00:18:45,422 --> 00:18:47,720 Do you know something strange? 193 00:18:47,791 --> 00:18:49,725 Except for that handsome prince... 194 00:18:49,793 --> 00:18:53,194 not one attractive man came near us at the party. 195 00:18:53,263 --> 00:18:57,029 Well, I guess now is as good a time as any to disillusion you. 196 00:18:57,100 --> 00:18:59,864 If you're romantic, Rome is not the city for you. 197 00:18:59,936 --> 00:19:01,597 Why not? 198 00:19:01,672 --> 00:19:05,574 Well, wealthy Italians don't waste their time on secretaries... 199 00:19:05,642 --> 00:19:08,372 and the Italians that work at the agency are too poor. 200 00:19:08,445 --> 00:19:11,937 Oh. No wonder you're going home to be married. 201 00:19:12,015 --> 00:19:16,349 I'm not even engaged. I gave that as an excuse at the agency for leaving. 202 00:19:16,420 --> 00:19:21,016 But at least I'm going back to a country where I hope some nice guy will ask me. 203 00:19:21,091 --> 00:19:23,787 That's why I didn't throw a coin in the Fountain of Trevi. 204 00:19:23,860 --> 00:19:28,456 Oh, dear. It looks as though I've wasted a perfectly good penny. 205 00:19:40,877 --> 00:19:43,607 Well, which way? This way looks sort of interesting. 206 00:19:43,680 --> 00:19:46,478 - You want to try it? - It doesn't look very respectable. 207 00:19:46,550 --> 00:19:49,280 Good. Let's have a look. 208 00:20:11,174 --> 00:20:13,904 - Anita, somebody pinched me. - Don't look back. 209 00:20:13,977 --> 00:20:16,639 It's considered an encouragement. Pretend you didn't notice. 210 00:20:16,713 --> 00:20:18,738 Are you kidding? I'll kick him in his antipasto. 211 00:20:18,815 --> 00:20:22,649 Oh, let's go. 212 00:20:37,434 --> 00:20:41,996 - Georgio! - Oh. Miss Anita. 213 00:20:42,072 --> 00:20:46,304 We've been waiting for you. I thought you said 7:00. What detained you? 214 00:20:53,850 --> 00:20:56,546 I've been showing Maria the city, and he followed us. 215 00:20:56,620 --> 00:20:59,453 You shouldn't be in this section unescorted, Miss Anita. 216 00:20:59,523 --> 00:21:01,889 Things can happen that American girls don't understand. 217 00:21:01,958 --> 00:21:06,156 We understand, all right. A pinch is a pinch in any man's language. 218 00:21:06,229 --> 00:21:08,959 As long as you are here and I am here, Miss Anita... 219 00:21:09,032 --> 00:21:11,125 would you allow me to show you my Rome? 220 00:21:11,201 --> 00:21:13,897 - We'd love to. - Well, sure. 221 00:21:13,970 --> 00:21:16,700 Bene. 222 00:21:20,076 --> 00:21:22,169 It's strange. 223 00:21:22,245 --> 00:21:25,180 We have seen each other every day for two years... 224 00:21:25,248 --> 00:21:28,581 and yet this is the first time I have ever really talked to you. 225 00:21:28,652 --> 00:21:30,916 I always thought you didn't like Americans. 226 00:21:30,987 --> 00:21:34,821 - Oh, no. I thought you didn't like Italians. - Isn't that silly? 227 00:21:34,891 --> 00:21:36,882 What's that monastery? 228 00:21:36,960 --> 00:21:40,259 Oh, no, it's not a monastery. It's a palazzo. 229 00:21:40,330 --> 00:21:43,060 - Apalazzo? That's a palace, isn't it? - Mm-hmm. 230 00:21:43,133 --> 00:21:47,729 - Who owns it? - It's the home of the prince, Dino Dessi. 231 00:21:47,804 --> 00:21:51,763 Oh. Well, you two just drink your wine. 232 00:21:51,842 --> 00:21:55,334 I'm gonna sit here and look at the palazzo. 233 00:21:55,412 --> 00:21:58,848 - Does he live there all alone? - Oh, no. 234 00:21:58,915 --> 00:22:02,612 - Oh. - He lives with his mother, the principessa. 235 00:22:02,686 --> 00:22:04,950 Oh, how sweet. 236 00:22:05,021 --> 00:22:07,751 But he must get lonely. What does he do for amusement? 237 00:22:07,824 --> 00:22:11,385 Oh, he has diversions. He plays the piccolo. 238 00:22:11,461 --> 00:22:14,294 - He plays what? - The piccolo. 239 00:22:14,364 --> 00:22:16,764 He's an excellent piccolo player. 240 00:22:16,833 --> 00:22:18,926 My cousin is his teacher. 241 00:22:19,002 --> 00:22:22,096 That does it. I think I'll have some wine with you after all. 242 00:22:22,172 --> 00:22:26,973 Good! This is the wine that we drink on our festa. 243 00:22:27,043 --> 00:22:29,136 Have you ever been to an Italian festa, Miss Anita? 244 00:22:29,212 --> 00:22:30,873 No, I don't think so. 245 00:22:30,947 --> 00:22:33,074 We are having one at our farm tomorrow... 246 00:22:33,149 --> 00:22:35,276 to celebrate my sister's engagement. 247 00:22:35,352 --> 00:22:38,583 You shouldn't go back to America without seeing an Italian festa. 248 00:22:38,655 --> 00:22:41,146 Uh, if you would like to come too, Miss Williams... 249 00:22:41,224 --> 00:22:43,886 No, thank you. I have to stay and write some letters. 250 00:22:43,960 --> 00:22:47,088 My family expect a report from me, and I can't disappoint them. 251 00:22:47,163 --> 00:22:51,259 - Why don't you go, Anita? - I'd love to, but I don't think I could. 252 00:22:51,334 --> 00:22:55,498 I know. It's against the agency rules. Oh, but it's only this once. 253 00:22:55,572 --> 00:22:58,507 You're not gonna let some silly old rule stand in your way. 254 00:22:58,575 --> 00:23:00,668 Well, it isn't that. I have packing to do. 255 00:23:00,744 --> 00:23:05,113 My cousin has a truck. He is driving in to pick up our relatives in Rome. 256 00:23:05,181 --> 00:23:08,742 We could ride in the truck, if you didn't mind. 257 00:23:08,818 --> 00:23:13,778 Oh, all right, Georgio. I'll be darned if I'll spend my last weekend in Rome alone. 258 00:23:37,614 --> 00:23:39,946 Georgio, you're not giving it wine? 259 00:23:40,016 --> 00:23:42,109 Oh, no, no, Miss Anita. Water. 260 00:23:42,185 --> 00:23:45,677 I am sorry to be late, but unfortunately, a wheel came off. 261 00:23:45,755 --> 00:23:48,053 Andiamo. 262 00:23:50,026 --> 00:23:53,223 - This is my cousin, Enrico. - How do you do? 263 00:23:57,901 --> 00:23:59,994 What? 264 00:24:00,070 --> 00:24:03,403 - These are all your cousins? - Oh, yeah. Cousins, brothers, nieces. 265 00:24:03,473 --> 00:24:05,703 I will introduce you later. 266 00:24:05,775 --> 00:24:07,868 Andiamo.! 267 00:24:31,735 --> 00:24:34,363 My cousin has no brakes, nor horn. 268 00:24:34,437 --> 00:24:36,530 Did we frighten you? 269 00:24:36,606 --> 00:24:39,905 Oh, no. I'm all right, I think. 270 00:24:39,976 --> 00:24:44,174 When the driver gives the signal, we must all toot like horns. 271 00:24:44,247 --> 00:24:48,240 But don't you think it's a little dangerous to drive without brakes and a horn? 272 00:24:48,318 --> 00:24:51,685 Oh, no. We hang a St. Christopher medal on the windshield. 273 00:24:51,755 --> 00:24:55,282 Nothing can happen to us. 274 00:25:04,801 --> 00:25:09,204 - Did you ever ride in a truck before? - No, I haven't. 275 00:25:09,272 --> 00:25:11,365 Whoa! 276 00:25:25,388 --> 00:25:28,551 - Georgio, what happened? - Oh, nothing. 277 00:25:28,625 --> 00:25:31,822 Nothing? It's an accident. 278 00:25:53,716 --> 00:25:57,482 Isn't that Anita, your secretary, in that truck? 279 00:25:57,554 --> 00:25:59,852 And with the interpreter from the office. 280 00:26:03,493 --> 00:26:07,224 - - 281 00:26:27,250 --> 00:26:30,811 Pronto. Why, yes, she is. Just a moment. 282 00:26:30,887 --> 00:26:35,654 - It's for you, Maria. - I don't know anyone in Rome yet. 283 00:26:35,725 --> 00:26:39,684 Hello? Yes. 284 00:26:39,762 --> 00:26:42,287 Yes. It's that Prince Dessi. 285 00:26:42,365 --> 00:26:44,856 Dino? How did he ever find this number? 286 00:26:44,934 --> 00:26:47,232 Well, how did you ever find the number? 287 00:26:47,303 --> 00:26:49,567 Oh, one has ways. 288 00:26:49,639 --> 00:26:53,006 I was planning on flying my plane to Venice this morning. 289 00:26:53,076 --> 00:26:55,544 Have you been to Venice? 290 00:26:55,612 --> 00:26:58,740 He wants to know if I'll fly with him to Venice. What'll I say? 291 00:26:58,815 --> 00:27:02,581 - Say no. - Yes, I'd love to, but I'm sorry. 292 00:27:02,652 --> 00:27:05,553 I can't. 293 00:27:05,622 --> 00:27:09,388 Y... Um... He says we could fly there and be back by tonight. 294 00:27:09,459 --> 00:27:12,587 That's what he always says, and then he'll have trouble with his propeller... 295 00:27:12,662 --> 00:27:15,187 and you'll have trouble with your reputation. 296 00:27:15,265 --> 00:27:19,429 - Thank him kindly, but hang up. - Yes, I'd love to, but... 297 00:27:19,502 --> 00:27:22,437 It's very kind of you, but I'm sorry. I can't. 298 00:27:22,505 --> 00:27:24,598 - Say yes. - Yes? 299 00:27:24,674 --> 00:27:27,575 - Yes. - Just a moment. Why? 300 00:27:27,644 --> 00:27:30,772 You want to see Venice. But tell him you have to be back by tonight. 301 00:27:30,847 --> 00:27:35,250 - But you just said... - Never mind what I said. Tell him you'll go. 302 00:27:37,187 --> 00:27:41,351 You will? Oh, I promise you I will get you back tonight. 303 00:27:41,424 --> 00:27:45,292 And I will do everything I can to see that you enjoy your trip. 304 00:27:45,361 --> 00:27:48,888 Can you be ready in a half hour? Good. 305 00:27:48,965 --> 00:27:51,331 I shall be there. 306 00:28:09,352 --> 00:28:13,152 You are ready! This is the first time I have not been kept waiting. 307 00:28:13,223 --> 00:28:16,886 It's a good omen. Good morning, Miss Frances. It is very nice to see you. 308 00:28:16,960 --> 00:28:20,088 At the prospect of going to Venice, I could be ready in five minutes. 309 00:28:20,163 --> 00:28:23,291 Oh, I can promise you it will be a trip that you shall long remember. 310 00:28:23,366 --> 00:28:25,391 So let us not waste any time. 311 00:28:25,468 --> 00:28:27,629 You don't mind giving Miss Frances a lift, do you? 312 00:28:27,704 --> 00:28:29,729 Not at all. Where shall I drop you, Miss Frances? 313 00:28:29,806 --> 00:28:32,832 Venice. 314 00:28:32,909 --> 00:28:35,810 - Venice? - Well, if it's not too much trouble. 315 00:28:35,878 --> 00:28:39,006 You see, Frances was going to Venice herself this weekend... 316 00:28:39,082 --> 00:28:43,280 and I thought it might be fun if she came along with us. 317 00:28:43,353 --> 00:28:45,446 - Oh. - You don't mind, do you? 318 00:28:45,521 --> 00:28:47,614 Oh, not at all. Not at all. 319 00:28:47,690 --> 00:28:50,625 But, well, my plane is not a large one... 320 00:28:50,693 --> 00:28:54,629 and, well, I'm afraid it would be most uncomfortable. 321 00:28:54,697 --> 00:28:57,632 Well, I suppose I had better take the train after all. 322 00:28:57,700 --> 00:29:02,034 Oh, that is too bad. I certainly couldn't let you make that trip alone. 323 00:29:02,105 --> 00:29:05,871 So I'll go on the train with you, and I can meet you in Venice. 324 00:29:05,942 --> 00:29:08,035 Is that all right? 325 00:30:08,937 --> 00:30:11,030 - Mama! - Caro.! 326 00:30:13,442 --> 00:30:16,104 This is my mother, Anita. I told her all about you. 327 00:30:16,178 --> 00:30:18,271 Buon giorno, signora. Come sta? 328 00:30:23,852 --> 00:30:26,184 She talks too fast. What'd she say? 329 00:30:26,254 --> 00:30:28,347 - She said you're very pretty. - Grazie. 330 00:30:28,423 --> 00:30:30,914 - This is my father. - Come sta, signore? 331 00:30:30,992 --> 00:30:35,053 - Ohh! - Bravo, Georgio. 332 00:30:35,130 --> 00:30:37,360 Quando il matrimonio, eh? 333 00:30:37,432 --> 00:30:39,525 - What did he say? - Oh, nothing. 334 00:30:39,601 --> 00:30:42,627 My father means well, but he misunderstands. 335 00:30:42,704 --> 00:30:44,797 This is my sister Angela. 336 00:30:44,873 --> 00:30:48,365 - We are celebrating her engagement today. - Oh, ciao, Angela. 337 00:31:00,122 --> 00:31:03,455 Dinner is ready! 338 00:31:36,324 --> 00:31:40,488 Bravo! 339 00:32:25,740 --> 00:32:27,799 Off there is Rome. 340 00:32:30,045 --> 00:32:32,536 I used to sit here when I was small... 341 00:32:32,614 --> 00:32:35,981 and dream someday of going away to the city. 342 00:32:36,051 --> 00:32:40,317 When I first came to Rome as a boy, I threw a coin in the Fountain of Trevi. 343 00:32:40,388 --> 00:32:43,084 I wanted to return and become a lawyer. 344 00:32:43,158 --> 00:32:46,650 - What do you think? - You got your wish. 345 00:32:46,728 --> 00:32:51,097 No. There is something more to the dream than I asked for. 346 00:32:51,166 --> 00:32:53,430 Well, you'll be a lawyer. 347 00:32:53,502 --> 00:32:57,529 You'll be a very good one too, I know. I've always liked lawyers. 348 00:32:57,606 --> 00:33:00,302 That's not what I meant. 349 00:33:02,344 --> 00:33:05,780 The man you are going back to America to marry... 350 00:33:05,847 --> 00:33:09,010 is he, by any chance, a lawyer? 351 00:33:09,084 --> 00:33:12,212 Well, the truth of the matter is... 352 00:33:12,287 --> 00:33:16,348 Actually, it embarrasses me to have to tell you, Georgio... 353 00:33:16,424 --> 00:33:18,915 but I guess I do owe you an explanation. 354 00:33:18,994 --> 00:33:21,189 No, you owe me nothing, Miss Anita. 355 00:33:21,263 --> 00:33:24,721 I have no right to cross-examine you. It was not judicial. 356 00:33:24,799 --> 00:33:27,199 - But l... - No, no. Please. 357 00:33:29,471 --> 00:33:33,430 What's in the valley below? 358 00:33:33,508 --> 00:33:36,636 The bottom of the hill. 359 00:33:36,711 --> 00:33:39,236 But there is also a pool and a stream. 360 00:33:39,314 --> 00:33:42,249 - Very shady and beautiful. - Hmm. 361 00:33:42,317 --> 00:33:45,445 I've always liked streams. Could we go down? 362 00:33:45,520 --> 00:33:49,479 But of course. Uh, shall we take my cousin's truck? 363 00:33:49,558 --> 00:33:53,494 - I'll honk when you signal. - All right. 364 00:34:05,740 --> 00:34:09,506 You wouldn't believe it, I know, but this car and I are the same age. 365 00:34:09,578 --> 00:34:12,775 Hmm. I believe it. 366 00:34:12,847 --> 00:34:14,906 Okay. 367 00:34:19,321 --> 00:34:22,256 - Oh! Are you hurt? - Put the car in gear! 368 00:34:22,324 --> 00:34:25,657 - Georgio! - Jump, Anita.! Jump out.! 369 00:34:25,727 --> 00:34:28,753 Georgio! Georgio! 370 00:34:33,902 --> 00:34:36,370 Georgio! 371 00:34:36,438 --> 00:34:40,101 Anita, put it in gear! 372 00:34:40,175 --> 00:34:44,509 Anita! 373 00:34:52,387 --> 00:34:54,787 Anita! Anita, jump! 374 00:34:54,856 --> 00:34:57,120 - Jump out.! - I can't! 375 00:35:02,430 --> 00:35:05,126 Anita! Anita! 376 00:35:05,200 --> 00:35:07,293 - Georgio! - Anita, did you get hurt? 377 00:35:07,369 --> 00:35:09,633 No. No. 378 00:35:09,704 --> 00:35:13,663 No, I'm all right. L... I just couldn't get it into gear. 379 00:35:13,742 --> 00:35:16,870 You could have been killed, Anita. 380 00:35:18,813 --> 00:35:21,646 No. 381 00:35:21,716 --> 00:35:24,810 Anita. Anita. 382 00:35:27,055 --> 00:35:31,219 I love you so much. I want to tell you that I love you. 383 00:35:42,137 --> 00:35:44,662 What are they shouting? 384 00:35:44,739 --> 00:35:48,072 They want to know if we are all right. 385 00:35:48,143 --> 00:35:52,603 You tell them we're quite all right... 386 00:35:52,681 --> 00:35:54,774 for the moment. 387 00:38:46,821 --> 00:38:51,758 Look. 388 00:39:07,609 --> 00:39:10,134 Look. 389 00:39:17,285 --> 00:39:20,721 - It's been a wonderful day. It really has. - I'm glad you enjoyed it. 390 00:39:20,788 --> 00:39:24,246 I'm sorry I was 15 years late in accepting your invitation. 391 00:39:24,325 --> 00:39:26,555 Perhaps we can do it again, in another 15 years. 392 00:39:26,628 --> 00:39:28,289 Scusi, signor. 393 00:39:28,363 --> 00:39:32,299 Oh, grazie. Will you excuse me a second? 394 00:39:34,502 --> 00:39:37,164 Something tells me he's angry. 395 00:39:37,238 --> 00:39:40,105 I don't blame him. It was a mean trick. 396 00:39:40,174 --> 00:39:43,439 Pity is, I really like him, and now he'll probably never want to see me again. 397 00:39:43,511 --> 00:39:46,241 I really should have stayed at home. 398 00:39:46,314 --> 00:39:50,011 Nonsense. We agreed this was my chance to see Venice. 399 00:39:50,084 --> 00:39:53,815 Why don't I take the train back tonight, and you can stay on an extra day? 400 00:39:53,888 --> 00:39:57,119 - If you want to. Do you want to? - Well... 401 00:40:01,562 --> 00:40:04,656 It was the airport. My plane is ready to take off at any time. 402 00:40:04,732 --> 00:40:09,328 I was just trying to convince Maria that she ought to stay over another day. 403 00:40:09,404 --> 00:40:13,864 Well, of course, if you two wish to remain, but I have to get back tonight. 404 00:40:13,942 --> 00:40:17,105 It is regrettable, but I have a meeting with some of my tenants tomorrow. 405 00:40:17,178 --> 00:40:21,444 If both of you are leaving, there's no point in my staying on here alone. 406 00:40:21,516 --> 00:40:24,212 Alone? 407 00:40:24,285 --> 00:40:27,448 Under the circumstances, I'm sure that I can make some arrangements. 408 00:40:27,522 --> 00:40:30,616 Oh, no. I don't want you to disappoint your tenants. 409 00:40:53,247 --> 00:40:55,511 Well, where are you? 410 00:40:55,583 --> 00:40:58,211 I was just wondering how it would feel... 411 00:40:58,286 --> 00:41:00,754 to ride to work on the handlebars of a bicycle. 412 00:41:00,822 --> 00:41:05,418 Why? 413 00:41:05,493 --> 00:41:09,361 - Yes, Mr. Burgoyne? - Maria, will you come into the office at once? 414 00:41:09,430 --> 00:41:13,594 Yes. He must have slept here. 415 00:41:19,741 --> 00:41:21,834 Yes, Mr. Burgoyne? 416 00:41:21,909 --> 00:41:24,935 I want to talk to you, Maria. 417 00:41:25,013 --> 00:41:29,211 We feel, at the agency, that Americans abroad have a responsibility to their country. 418 00:41:29,283 --> 00:41:32,275 They should always conduct themselves with dignity. 419 00:41:32,353 --> 00:41:35,754 If you mean about my going to Venice, Mr. Burgoyne, I assure you... 420 00:41:35,823 --> 00:41:39,953 - I was referring to Anita, Miss Williams. - Oh. 421 00:41:40,028 --> 00:41:42,861 As you know, it is the policy of our agency... 422 00:41:42,930 --> 00:41:46,229 that our secretaries do not go out with the local employees. 423 00:41:46,300 --> 00:41:50,760 - Yes, sir. - Anita has been violating that rule, hasn't she? 424 00:41:50,838 --> 00:41:54,569 Why, whatever makes you think that, Mr. Burgoyne? 425 00:41:54,642 --> 00:41:57,202 I saw her going out of the city with Georgio. 426 00:41:57,278 --> 00:41:59,769 Oh. 427 00:41:59,847 --> 00:42:03,146 There was some sort of festival in the country and... 428 00:42:03,217 --> 00:42:07,586 She spent the weekend with him? But she's going back to America to be married. 429 00:42:07,655 --> 00:42:11,955 Oh, no, she isn't. She only used that as an excuse... 430 00:42:12,026 --> 00:42:15,792 You... You mean that the situation is such that it became necessary... 431 00:42:15,863 --> 00:42:18,661 for her to create this deception? 432 00:42:18,733 --> 00:42:21,327 You don't have to answer that, if you prefer not to. 433 00:42:21,402 --> 00:42:24,735 I'd gladly answer it, Mr. Burgoyne. 434 00:42:24,806 --> 00:42:28,435 Anita has done nothing wrong, I promise you. 435 00:42:28,509 --> 00:42:30,602 Why don't you ask her yourself? 436 00:42:30,678 --> 00:42:35,638 I will. Thank you for your reassurance, Miss Williams. 437 00:42:35,716 --> 00:42:40,278 It's only that my interest in my girls here transcends official obligation. 438 00:42:40,354 --> 00:42:43,687 - Is that all, sir? - Yes, thank you. 439 00:42:51,265 --> 00:42:53,358 Yes. 440 00:42:53,434 --> 00:42:57,837 Yes, but you see, we haven't had any official notification of it yet. 441 00:42:57,905 --> 00:43:02,808 Yes, sir. Yes. All right. 442 00:43:02,877 --> 00:43:04,936 Via Condore. 443 00:43:07,582 --> 00:43:09,675 Fifty-one, yes. 444 00:43:21,963 --> 00:43:26,297 I can't understand why she said she was going home to get married. 445 00:43:26,367 --> 00:43:29,063 Do you know if she's seen a doctor? 446 00:43:29,137 --> 00:43:32,129 Such a thing would never occur to me. 447 00:43:32,206 --> 00:43:34,697 She seems like such a nice girl. 448 00:43:34,775 --> 00:43:37,573 Nice girls are human, my dear. 449 00:43:48,089 --> 00:43:50,148 Hi. 450 00:43:56,097 --> 00:43:59,658 - What are you doing? - I'm moving. 451 00:43:59,734 --> 00:44:03,397 - Anita, what's happened? - How could you have done this to me? 452 00:44:03,471 --> 00:44:05,405 - How could you? - Do what? 453 00:44:05,473 --> 00:44:07,407 I don't know what you're talking about. 454 00:44:07,475 --> 00:44:10,603 What business was it of yours if I went to the country with Georgio? 455 00:44:10,678 --> 00:44:14,580 What right had you to tell Burgoyne I'm not going home to get married? 456 00:44:14,649 --> 00:44:17,948 Well, he asked me why... I only thought I was helping you. 457 00:44:18,019 --> 00:44:21,386 Did you think you were helping by telling him I spent the weekend with Georgio? 458 00:44:21,455 --> 00:44:24,390 I didn't say it that way. 459 00:44:24,458 --> 00:44:28,394 Well, he asked me if I wanted to consult his doctor. 460 00:44:28,462 --> 00:44:31,295 He said the office would be very happy to pay for it. 461 00:44:31,365 --> 00:44:34,528 He wanted to know how long this had been going on. 462 00:44:34,602 --> 00:44:37,196 Anita, l... 463 00:44:37,271 --> 00:44:39,364 I'm sorry. 464 00:44:39,440 --> 00:44:43,604 Well, I'm going home in a few days anyway... 465 00:44:43,678 --> 00:44:47,910 so in the meantime, you stay here in the apartment. 466 00:44:47,982 --> 00:44:50,712 I'm going to stay someplace by myself. 467 00:44:50,785 --> 00:44:52,912 Will you please listen to me? 468 00:44:52,987 --> 00:44:56,479 I can't remember what I said to Mr. Burgoyne, but believe me, it's been distorted. 469 00:44:56,557 --> 00:44:59,253 Well, he fired Georgio! 470 00:44:59,327 --> 00:45:01,420 Oh, no. 471 00:45:01,495 --> 00:45:04,225 He fired him without a recommendation. 472 00:45:04,298 --> 00:45:07,233 Jobs are hard to get without a recommendation. 473 00:45:07,301 --> 00:45:10,566 He wanted to be a lawyer. Now he can't. 474 00:45:10,638 --> 00:45:13,573 We certainly left him with something to remember us by. 475 00:45:13,641 --> 00:45:17,805 Anita! 476 00:46:07,528 --> 00:46:10,861 - Hello, Georgio. - Anita. 477 00:46:10,932 --> 00:46:15,631 You should not have come here. How did you find this place? 478 00:46:15,703 --> 00:46:18,695 I looked your address up in the office files. 479 00:46:18,773 --> 00:46:22,300 - I cannot ask you in. - Please. 480 00:46:29,217 --> 00:46:31,913 It's not a good place. 481 00:46:31,986 --> 00:46:34,420 Burgoyne told me why he fired you. 482 00:46:34,489 --> 00:46:36,980 I knew the rules. I broke them. 483 00:46:37,058 --> 00:46:39,549 I cannot honestly say I regret it. 484 00:46:39,627 --> 00:46:44,064 - What are you going to do? - I shall try for another position. 485 00:46:44,131 --> 00:46:47,259 Failing that, I can always return to my family. 486 00:46:47,335 --> 00:46:49,735 It's not hopeless. 487 00:46:49,804 --> 00:46:54,400 If you'll have to go home, you won't be able to continue your studies. 488 00:46:54,475 --> 00:46:58,571 Perhaps I shouldn't be a lawyer if I cannot honor simple office rules. 489 00:46:58,646 --> 00:47:01,274 Look, don't justify Burgoyne! 490 00:47:01,349 --> 00:47:03,579 This could cost you your career. 491 00:47:03,651 --> 00:47:06,176 - I'm not gonna let him do it to you. - Anita. 492 00:47:06,254 --> 00:47:09,883 You must not be angry. I knew what I was doing. 493 00:47:09,957 --> 00:47:12,517 This happened. I will accept the consequences. 494 00:47:12,593 --> 00:47:15,027 I'm gonna go back to him and make him take you back. 495 00:47:15,096 --> 00:47:18,429 You will only convince him he acted wisely in the first place. 496 00:47:18,499 --> 00:47:21,434 But... I can't just go away... 497 00:47:21,502 --> 00:47:24,699 leaving you here to face a problem I created for you. 498 00:47:24,772 --> 00:47:28,936 You will go back to America, as you have to... 499 00:47:29,010 --> 00:47:32,275 and I will return to our farm, if I must. 500 00:47:34,115 --> 00:47:39,553 Georgio, I have a day or two left before I have to go back. 501 00:47:39,620 --> 00:47:44,387 Would it help you at all if we spent them together? 502 00:47:47,828 --> 00:47:49,989 Anita. 503 00:47:50,064 --> 00:47:52,362 Oh, cara. 504 00:48:08,049 --> 00:48:11,177 No. What could I offer you? 505 00:48:11,252 --> 00:48:14,619 I have no job. In the end, you have to leave anyhow. 506 00:48:14,689 --> 00:48:17,817 - You are not free. - I'm free to do anything I please! 507 00:48:17,892 --> 00:48:21,453 - You are going home to be married. - I'm not going to be married. 508 00:48:21,529 --> 00:48:23,827 I'm not even engaged. 509 00:48:23,898 --> 00:48:28,062 I only told Burgoyne that as a excuse for leaving the agency. 510 00:48:31,105 --> 00:48:33,198 There is no one? 511 00:48:33,274 --> 00:48:36,266 There's no one. 512 00:48:54,362 --> 00:48:57,263 - Come in, signorina. - Thank you. 513 00:49:01,235 --> 00:49:04,864 - Frances! - Yes? 514 00:49:04,939 --> 00:49:07,032 - Hello, Maria. - Hello. 515 00:49:07,108 --> 00:49:09,838 - Should I have phoned? - No, of course not. Thank you, Louisa. 516 00:49:09,910 --> 00:49:13,402 - What is it? - I can't find Anita. 517 00:49:13,481 --> 00:49:18,544 I've checked the hotels. She hasn't been back, hasn't been to the office. 518 00:49:18,619 --> 00:49:22,385 - I'm just worried sick. - Well, I don't think we need worry about it. 519 00:49:22,456 --> 00:49:26,517 Anita's hurt and unhappy, and she probably wants to be alone for a few days. 520 00:49:26,594 --> 00:49:28,858 She'll show up. Did you talk to Burgoyne? 521 00:49:28,929 --> 00:49:30,988 He won't take Georgio back. 522 00:49:31,065 --> 00:49:33,363 Oh! He's a fool. 523 00:49:33,434 --> 00:49:36,767 - What can we do? - Nothing at the moment. 524 00:49:36,837 --> 00:49:40,000 Now, stop worrying about it. It wasn't your fault. 525 00:49:40,074 --> 00:49:44,670 Look, do you think Mr. Shadwell could get Georgio's job back for him? 526 00:49:44,745 --> 00:49:47,873 - That would help. - Well, we'll see. 527 00:49:47,948 --> 00:49:52,146 I'm going over to the museum to pick him up now. Why don't you come along. 528 00:49:59,460 --> 00:50:02,190 - You haven't been to the museum yet? - No. 529 00:50:02,263 --> 00:50:05,232 Museums I can do without. I was born in one. 530 00:50:05,299 --> 00:50:07,358 - You were? - Sure. 531 00:50:07,435 --> 00:50:11,132 My dad had an Indian museum on the highway next to his gas station. 532 00:50:11,205 --> 00:50:13,435 It was free with 10 gallons of gas. 533 00:50:13,507 --> 00:50:15,566 This one has a different kind of an attraction. 534 00:50:15,643 --> 00:50:17,133 What? 535 00:50:17,211 --> 00:50:20,874 Prince Dino is there with Shadwell discussing some paintings he's donating. 536 00:50:20,948 --> 00:50:23,746 - Oh. - Wouldn't you like to see him again? 537 00:50:23,818 --> 00:50:27,777 - He'd just love to see me. - You could discuss art with him. 538 00:50:27,855 --> 00:50:31,621 That would be a change. What does he collect, nudes? 539 00:50:31,692 --> 00:50:35,059 No, as a matter of fact, he's mad about modern paintings. 540 00:50:35,129 --> 00:50:37,654 Oh, that's a side I'd never suspect. 541 00:50:37,732 --> 00:50:40,462 Why don't you show him you have a side he'd never suspect? 542 00:50:40,534 --> 00:50:43,662 - Show him you have a mind. - Oh-ho! 543 00:50:43,738 --> 00:50:46,730 Oh, I love you, but I couldn't fool a fool. 544 00:50:46,807 --> 00:50:49,742 - I don't know anything about art. - Give it a try. 545 00:50:49,810 --> 00:50:52,608 You might end up meeting his mother. 546 00:50:52,680 --> 00:50:55,171 And why should I want to meet his mother? 547 00:50:55,249 --> 00:51:00,118 Meeting Mama in Italy is the first step to the altar. 548 00:51:00,187 --> 00:51:05,250 Oh. Well, um, let's discuss art some more. 549 00:51:15,736 --> 00:51:18,796 Don't forget... neo-impressionism. 550 00:51:18,873 --> 00:51:23,276 Neo-impressionist. Neo-impressionist. 551 00:51:23,344 --> 00:51:25,835 Neo-impressionist. 552 00:51:25,913 --> 00:51:29,212 Harmony of color... and infinity. 553 00:51:29,283 --> 00:51:31,376 You'll do. 554 00:51:37,858 --> 00:51:41,624 How can you say it bores you? You, with your heritage. 555 00:51:41,695 --> 00:51:44,823 My heritage included a castle with no plumbing... 556 00:51:44,899 --> 00:51:49,302 but I happen to prefer running water and modern art. 557 00:51:49,370 --> 00:51:51,861 You'll forgive me if I don't take your opinion seriously. 558 00:51:51,939 --> 00:51:55,898 I knew you when you were still running around in three-cornered pants. 559 00:51:55,976 --> 00:51:58,467 Hello. I'm Maria Williams. 560 00:51:58,546 --> 00:52:02,312 We met at the Burgoyne's, Mr. Shadwell, but I'm sure you don't remember me. 561 00:52:02,383 --> 00:52:05,546 You're quite wrong. I remember you very well. 562 00:52:05,619 --> 00:52:07,644 It's the party I've forgotten. 563 00:52:07,721 --> 00:52:09,985 - How do you do, Miss Williams? - Hello. 564 00:52:10,057 --> 00:52:14,016 I drove over with Miss Frances. She asked me to tell you she's waiting for you outside. 565 00:52:14,094 --> 00:52:17,222 Punctuality is the vice of virtuous women. May I drop you? 566 00:52:17,298 --> 00:52:19,391 No, thank you. I have my car. 567 00:52:19,466 --> 00:52:22,333 Dino, take the advice of an old friend. 568 00:52:22,403 --> 00:52:24,894 Don't treat a work of art as you do an automobile... 569 00:52:24,972 --> 00:52:27,497 turning it in for a new model every year. 570 00:52:27,575 --> 00:52:30,874 - We can't live in the past forever. - Exactly. 571 00:52:30,945 --> 00:52:33,880 Nonsense. We live in the past from the moment we're born. 572 00:52:33,948 --> 00:52:38,942 Personally, I think heritage can sometimes shackle art. 573 00:52:39,019 --> 00:52:41,112 Not to forget plumbing. 574 00:52:41,188 --> 00:52:43,281 - Good day, Miss Williams. - Good day. 575 00:52:43,357 --> 00:52:46,292 I shall leave heretics to their heritage. 576 00:52:50,631 --> 00:52:54,590 Well, it's very nice to see you again. 577 00:52:54,668 --> 00:52:58,866 Oh, I wonder... do you know if the museum has any modern art? 578 00:52:58,939 --> 00:53:01,772 Modern? In what sense? 579 00:53:01,842 --> 00:53:04,572 Now you really will think I'm a heretic, but... 580 00:53:04,645 --> 00:53:09,878 I'm passionately interested in the, uh, neo-impressionists. 581 00:53:09,950 --> 00:53:13,078 - You are? - Oh, I thought you'd be outraged. 582 00:53:13,153 --> 00:53:16,384 But, yes, I'm mad about them. 583 00:53:16,457 --> 00:53:19,722 As a matter of fact, I'm a neo-impressionist myself. 584 00:53:19,793 --> 00:53:24,162 There's a fine collection here. May I show you the room? 585 00:53:24,231 --> 00:53:27,029 - Well... - This way. 586 00:53:32,773 --> 00:53:36,038 Unless I miss my guess... 587 00:53:36,109 --> 00:53:39,977 sending that girl in to get me was a feminine intrigue of yours. 588 00:53:40,046 --> 00:53:43,072 - Am I right? - Whatever makes you think that? 589 00:53:43,150 --> 00:53:45,380 Don't be evasive. 590 00:53:45,452 --> 00:53:48,512 Dino told me of your interference in Venice. 591 00:53:48,588 --> 00:53:50,818 What are you trying to be, Mother Goose? 592 00:53:50,891 --> 00:53:54,349 - Maria is a friend of mine. - And Dino is a friend of mine. 593 00:53:54,427 --> 00:53:56,657 Let people lead their own lives. 594 00:53:56,730 --> 00:53:59,358 They have absolutely nothing in common. 595 00:53:59,432 --> 00:54:03,892 You'd be surprised. Dino's fond of art, and Maria was born in a museum. 596 00:54:03,970 --> 00:54:06,370 - She was born where? - Ask her yourself. 597 00:54:06,439 --> 00:54:10,535 Her father is curator of a museum out west. 598 00:54:10,610 --> 00:54:13,477 You're right. I am surprised. 599 00:54:24,624 --> 00:54:28,390 - Do you like it? - How can you ask? 600 00:54:28,461 --> 00:54:32,295 - Does it speak to you? - Oh, yes, definitely. 601 00:54:32,365 --> 00:54:36,699 Well, then, what does it tell you? What does it say? 602 00:54:36,770 --> 00:54:41,571 Well, different pictures say different things to different people. 603 00:54:41,641 --> 00:54:45,941 Yes, but the right paintings say the right things to the right people. 604 00:54:46,012 --> 00:54:49,209 Yes, and you're so right. 605 00:54:49,282 --> 00:54:51,978 Well, this... 606 00:54:52,052 --> 00:54:56,614 Now, this seems to have a... a feeling of space. 607 00:54:56,690 --> 00:55:01,821 Those lines that carry you off into the distance. 608 00:55:01,895 --> 00:55:05,661 Oh, infinity is... is so lonely. 609 00:55:05,732 --> 00:55:09,600 Yes, it makes me want to cry. 610 00:55:09,669 --> 00:55:12,103 You surprise me. 611 00:55:12,172 --> 00:55:16,268 I could not have put it better myself. 612 00:55:16,343 --> 00:55:19,403 Oh, well, you mustn't let me keep you. 613 00:55:19,479 --> 00:55:23,142 I'm just going to sit here a while and absorb it. 614 00:55:23,216 --> 00:55:26,344 If I may, I'll sit here and absorb also. 615 00:55:48,375 --> 00:55:52,334 - It was such an enjoyable afternoon. - What are you going to do now? 616 00:55:52,412 --> 00:55:54,676 Now? 617 00:55:54,748 --> 00:55:58,650 Well, I'm going to go inside and sit down and just think quietly... 618 00:55:58,718 --> 00:56:01,812 about all those lovely paintings. 619 00:56:01,888 --> 00:56:04,914 You must think me silly to feel so deeply about art. 620 00:56:04,991 --> 00:56:07,221 Oh, not at all. One seldom meets an American girl... 621 00:56:07,294 --> 00:56:09,819 with your sensitivity, your sense of appreciation. 622 00:56:09,896 --> 00:56:12,126 It's wonderful. 623 00:56:12,198 --> 00:56:15,656 Well, if that is so it's probably because I'm half Italian. 624 00:56:15,735 --> 00:56:19,398 - You are half Italian? - Well, actually, three-quarters. 625 00:56:19,472 --> 00:56:21,702 But I resemble my Irish grandmother. 626 00:56:21,775 --> 00:56:24,335 Now, imagine! Three-quarters. 627 00:56:24,411 --> 00:56:27,676 Mmm, well, that's why I took this job in Rome. 628 00:56:27,747 --> 00:56:31,342 I wanted to be near my own kind. 629 00:56:31,418 --> 00:56:34,854 Well, thank you again for dropping me here. I must hurry in. 630 00:56:34,921 --> 00:56:37,412 Now, I shall see you again? 631 00:56:37,490 --> 00:56:41,392 I don't know. You see, I'm rather afraid of you. 632 00:56:41,461 --> 00:56:44,862 - Afraid? Of me? - Oh, not because of your reputation. 633 00:56:44,931 --> 00:56:48,765 But, you see, I've discovered you have an exciting mind. 634 00:56:48,835 --> 00:56:52,896 Something that handsome men rarely have. 635 00:56:52,973 --> 00:56:56,841 The combination might be too much for someone as responsive as I am. 636 00:56:56,910 --> 00:56:59,674 Well, good-bye, and thank you again. 637 00:57:28,608 --> 00:57:30,803 You sent for me, signorina? 638 00:57:30,877 --> 00:57:35,541 Yes. I'm told that the Prince Dino Dessi often dines here. 639 00:57:35,615 --> 00:57:38,641 - He is a friend of the signorina's? - Oh, yes. 640 00:57:38,718 --> 00:57:42,245 I'm giving a small dinner party for him, and I thought you might be able to tell me... 641 00:57:42,322 --> 00:57:44,552 what his favorite dish is. 642 00:57:44,624 --> 00:57:49,618 Of course. He is particularly fond of saltimbocca alla Romana. 643 00:57:49,696 --> 00:57:51,891 Oh. Just a moment. 644 00:57:51,965 --> 00:57:54,160 - Saltimbocca... - Alla Romana. 645 00:57:54,234 --> 00:57:57,499 Alla Romana. And his favorite wine? 646 00:57:57,570 --> 00:58:01,165 Oh... Oh, yes. Lacrima Christi. 647 00:58:01,241 --> 00:58:03,903 Lacrima Christi. 648 00:58:05,178 --> 00:58:07,408 Thank you. Thank you very much. 649 00:58:07,480 --> 00:58:09,675 Would the signorina like to order now? 650 00:58:09,749 --> 00:58:13,412 Yes. I'll have a cup of coffee, please. 651 00:58:13,486 --> 00:58:15,477 A cup of coffee. 652 00:58:15,555 --> 00:58:19,013 It is his favorite opera, signorina. This I know. 653 00:58:19,092 --> 00:58:22,653 Oh, no. No, I know that he likes, uh, Wagner. 654 00:58:22,729 --> 00:58:26,961 Wagner? That is impossible! He likes Italian opera. 655 00:58:27,033 --> 00:58:30,093 I heard, myself, him say many times... 656 00:58:30,170 --> 00:58:33,196 that German music assails the ear with its fists. 657 00:58:33,273 --> 00:58:36,709 Italian caresses with its fingertips. 658 00:58:36,776 --> 00:58:38,607 Well, thank you. 659 00:59:50,517 --> 00:59:52,382 Will you excuse me? I'll join you presently. 660 00:59:52,452 --> 00:59:55,888 - Yes, of course. - Buona sera, Dino. Come stai? 661 00:59:55,955 --> 00:59:59,550 - Ah, my friend. You must sit with us. - I can only stay a moment. 662 00:59:59,626 --> 01:00:03,187 I'm with the Burgoynes, and I wouldn't want to inflict them on you. 663 01:00:03,263 --> 01:00:06,289 - How do you do, Miss Williams? - How do you do? 664 01:00:06,366 --> 01:00:10,132 - I saw you at the opera. Did you enjoy it? - Rossini is one of her favorites. 665 01:00:10,203 --> 01:00:14,902 Indeed. I do wish Alvarez were less limited in his tessitura. 666 01:00:14,974 --> 01:00:19,468 - Don't you? - Do you? 667 01:00:19,546 --> 01:00:23,607 - No. No, not at all. - I don't either. 668 01:00:23,683 --> 01:00:26,948 But surely you disagree about the various tempi of the conductor? 669 01:00:27,020 --> 01:00:28,647 Why? 670 01:00:28,721 --> 01:00:32,589 Now, my friend, we found no fault with this performance. 671 01:00:32,659 --> 01:00:36,288 - You cannot spoil it for us. - Oh, I'm sure Mr. Shadwell wouldn't do that. 672 01:00:36,362 --> 01:00:40,093 - L-It's just that he's a perfectionist. - Thank you. 673 01:00:40,166 --> 01:00:42,396 I know that from your books. 674 01:00:42,468 --> 01:00:45,232 - Which one? - All of them. 675 01:00:47,207 --> 01:00:50,904 Well, you've certainly covered a lot of territory. 676 01:00:50,977 --> 01:00:54,003 Dino, you're in the hands of an expert. 677 01:00:54,080 --> 01:00:56,742 Good evening, Miss Williams. Arrivederci, caro. 678 01:00:56,816 --> 01:00:59,148 Ciao. 679 01:01:01,688 --> 01:01:03,918 He likes you. 680 01:01:03,990 --> 01:01:07,323 And I'm glad, because he's my friend. 681 01:01:07,393 --> 01:01:09,759 Now, what shall we have? 682 01:01:11,030 --> 01:01:13,260 Well, I know this is mad... 683 01:01:13,333 --> 01:01:16,268 but I would just love some saltimbocca alla Romana. 684 01:01:16,336 --> 01:01:19,635 Excellent! Saltimbocca alla Romana is a favorite of mine. 685 01:01:19,706 --> 01:01:23,699 Now, what would you like to drink with it? 686 01:01:23,776 --> 01:01:27,041 Do you suppose they'd have some Lacrima Christi? 687 01:01:27,113 --> 01:01:29,172 But of course! 688 01:01:29,249 --> 01:01:32,309 Maria, it is astounding how much we have in common. 689 01:01:32,385 --> 01:01:35,115 Well, you're very kind. 690 01:01:35,188 --> 01:01:37,679 Italians certainly have mastered the art of gallantry. 691 01:01:37,757 --> 01:01:39,725 But it's true. 692 01:01:39,792 --> 01:01:43,125 It's sweet of you to say so, but you needn't pretend that you like everything I like. 693 01:01:43,196 --> 01:01:45,391 It's too tiresome for you. 694 01:01:45,465 --> 01:01:51,062 But I swear it's true. I can think of nothing on which we disagree. It's amazing. 695 01:01:51,137 --> 01:01:53,469 You really are a nice person. 696 01:01:53,539 --> 01:01:57,839 You try so hard to make a girl feel that she's chosen the right thing. 697 01:01:57,910 --> 01:02:00,140 Whether it's true or not isn't important. 698 01:02:00,213 --> 01:02:03,341 It's the motive that counts. Don't you think so? 699 01:02:03,416 --> 01:02:06,385 Of course. Which proves that we agree on everything. 700 01:02:14,460 --> 01:02:16,758 Grazie. 701 01:02:23,403 --> 01:02:25,598 What's the matter? 702 01:02:25,672 --> 01:02:27,970 Maria... 703 01:02:29,275 --> 01:02:31,505 there is something I want. 704 01:02:31,577 --> 01:02:34,944 - Well, what? - I should like to have you meet my mother. 705 01:02:39,085 --> 01:02:41,280 Well, if you like. 706 01:02:41,354 --> 01:02:44,585 - Sunday. - So soon? 707 01:02:46,592 --> 01:02:48,787 I shall call for you. 708 01:03:26,566 --> 01:03:29,262 Oh, you're early. 709 01:03:29,335 --> 01:03:31,667 You play the piccolo too? 710 01:03:31,738 --> 01:03:34,070 No, but I've always wanted to learn. 711 01:03:34,140 --> 01:03:36,631 If you're going to study music, Rome is the place to do it. 712 01:03:36,709 --> 01:03:39,644 But I also play the piccolo! 713 01:03:39,712 --> 01:03:43,341 Now, Dino, you must stop saying that you like everything I like. 714 01:03:43,416 --> 01:03:45,350 You're going to make me think you're insincere. 715 01:03:45,418 --> 01:03:48,319 But I do play the piccolo. 716 01:03:55,428 --> 01:03:59,057 - You see? - But you play like an angel. 717 01:04:01,534 --> 01:04:05,800 Perhaps someday we can play duets. 718 01:04:05,872 --> 01:04:08,170 I should like that. 719 01:04:15,047 --> 01:04:19,211 Well, I think that we should not keep my mother waiting. 720 01:05:12,305 --> 01:05:14,535 Maria? 721 01:05:14,608 --> 01:05:17,668 - Maria, this is my mother. - How do you do? 722 01:05:17,744 --> 01:05:20,872 It was good of you to come to see me. 723 01:05:20,947 --> 01:05:23,177 Thank you. 724 01:05:23,250 --> 01:05:27,482 - Isn't she lovely, Mother? - You failed to do her justice. 725 01:05:28,955 --> 01:05:32,015 Dino, bring my blue shawl. It is chilly. 726 01:05:32,092 --> 01:05:35,391 Uh, but, Mother, you have your blue shawl. 727 01:05:35,462 --> 01:05:37,760 Take it away. It is warm. 728 01:05:37,831 --> 01:05:42,632 Go away, Dino. I want to talk to Maria alone for a moment. 729 01:05:45,705 --> 01:05:48,970 - Will you have a cigarette? - No, thank you. 730 01:05:55,849 --> 01:05:59,876 It's a lovely day, isn't it? 731 01:05:59,953 --> 01:06:03,514 I want to tell you, I was predisposed to like you. 732 01:06:03,590 --> 01:06:05,251 You were? Why? 733 01:06:05,325 --> 01:06:07,589 You have made my son happy. For that, I am grateful. 734 01:06:07,661 --> 01:06:10,027 Oh, I shall not live forever. 735 01:06:10,096 --> 01:06:14,032 It was a matter of concern to me that he should depend on me for understanding. 736 01:06:14,100 --> 01:06:17,866 - Well, I really haven't... - My son tells me you are half Italian. 737 01:06:19,939 --> 01:06:23,067 Oh, yes, uh, actually three-quarters. 738 01:06:23,143 --> 01:06:25,373 Your father? 739 01:06:25,445 --> 01:06:30,246 Yes, but, um, l-I really didn't know him. He died when I was a baby. 740 01:06:30,317 --> 01:06:33,809 A pity. My son also lost his father when he was a child. 741 01:06:33,887 --> 01:06:36,947 You both have an early tragedy in your lives. 742 01:06:37,023 --> 01:06:41,255 It is good that two people should start with understanding. 743 01:06:41,328 --> 01:06:43,558 Yes, l-I guess so. 744 01:06:43,630 --> 01:06:47,066 Dino, you are much too quick. 745 01:06:47,133 --> 01:06:50,660 Now, Mother, I shall tell you something that will amaze you. 746 01:06:50,737 --> 01:06:54,104 Do you know that she plays the piccolo? 747 01:06:54,174 --> 01:06:56,404 I am amazed. 748 01:06:56,476 --> 01:06:59,001 Well, I don't, really. I'm just beginning. 749 01:06:59,079 --> 01:07:01,513 Oh, you are modest. 750 01:07:01,581 --> 01:07:04,379 Dino, bring us some wine. We shall drink a toast. 751 01:07:04,451 --> 01:07:07,511 Do you know what wine she likes? Lacrima Christi! 752 01:07:07,587 --> 01:07:09,179 - No! - Yes. 753 01:07:09,255 --> 01:07:11,985 - Yes? - Yes. 754 01:07:12,058 --> 01:07:14,526 - No. - Yes! 755 01:07:18,865 --> 01:07:22,028 I'm very glad that you like my mother. 756 01:07:22,102 --> 01:07:24,332 How could I help but like her? 757 01:07:24,404 --> 01:07:29,034 She's the only woman I've ever trusted completely... until I met you. 758 01:07:29,109 --> 01:07:31,407 Oh. 759 01:08:00,206 --> 01:08:02,640 There is something I would like to say to you, Maria. 760 01:08:02,709 --> 01:08:04,199 Yes? 761 01:08:04,277 --> 01:08:08,043 But first I should like to explain to you that... 762 01:08:08,114 --> 01:08:11,174 what experiences I have had in my life before... 763 01:08:11,251 --> 01:08:13,549 have left me... suspicious. 764 01:08:13,620 --> 01:08:16,680 But you're not the least bit suspicious. 765 01:08:16,756 --> 01:08:20,089 - That's one of the things I like about you. - I hide it well. 766 01:08:20,160 --> 01:08:22,458 But always beneath... 767 01:08:22,529 --> 01:08:24,759 there was cynicism. 768 01:08:24,831 --> 01:08:28,267 I say "was," because since knowing you it is gone. 769 01:08:28,334 --> 01:08:32,430 Oh, Maria, it is good to be free of doubt... 770 01:08:32,505 --> 01:08:35,565 to find someone that you can trust completely. 771 01:08:35,642 --> 01:08:38,702 - Dino, l-I think... - No, wait. 772 01:08:38,778 --> 01:08:41,212 First I want to tell you something. 773 01:08:41,281 --> 01:08:45,650 Here, where the heart asks only to be trusted... 774 01:08:45,718 --> 01:08:48,050 I must tell you, Maria, that l... 775 01:08:48,121 --> 01:08:50,988 Dino, please don't say anything more. 776 01:08:52,859 --> 01:08:55,919 Could it be possible that I misunderstood how you feel? 777 01:08:55,995 --> 01:08:58,225 - Oh, no. - Then why should I not speak? 778 01:09:00,967 --> 01:09:05,063 Because there's something I have to tell you first. 779 01:09:05,138 --> 01:09:08,471 This may hurt you, but I must say it. 780 01:09:09,976 --> 01:09:12,240 Oh, Dino. 781 01:09:14,514 --> 01:09:18,314 I've lied to you from the first moment we met. 782 01:09:18,384 --> 01:09:22,912 I've done nothing to restore your faith or your trust. 783 01:09:22,989 --> 01:09:26,720 I went after you with a well-organized system. 784 01:09:28,228 --> 01:09:31,686 - You are making a joke. - No, I'm not. 785 01:09:31,764 --> 01:09:34,756 Look. Look, l... l... 786 01:09:36,169 --> 01:09:38,433 I made a record... 787 01:09:38,505 --> 01:09:40,700 of everything about you... 788 01:09:40,773 --> 01:09:42,968 what pleased you or what displeased you. 789 01:09:43,042 --> 01:09:47,706 And then I pretended to like everything that you liked... 790 01:09:47,780 --> 01:09:51,841 music and food, everything. 791 01:09:53,853 --> 01:09:59,416 And you... you were as trusting as a lamb. You didn't have a chance. 792 01:10:01,794 --> 01:10:04,729 - I cannot believe this. - Well, it's true. 793 01:10:04,797 --> 01:10:09,029 Look, I don't know opera from boogie... 794 01:10:09,102 --> 01:10:13,198 or Lacrima Christi from Corpus Christi. 795 01:10:13,273 --> 01:10:15,571 And I loathe the piccolo. 796 01:10:16,876 --> 01:10:19,902 Dino, if... 797 01:10:19,979 --> 01:10:22,777 I'm sorry. 798 01:10:34,794 --> 01:10:38,059 - Anita! When did you get back? - Last night. 799 01:10:38,131 --> 01:10:40,361 - Does Maria know? - Yes. 800 01:10:40,433 --> 01:10:43,891 Oh, I'm glad to see you. We've looked for you in every hotel in Rome. 801 01:10:43,970 --> 01:10:48,066 Maria told me. I've been in the country with Georgio's family. 802 01:10:48,141 --> 01:10:51,702 We're trying to get Burgoyne to take Georgio back. 803 01:10:51,778 --> 01:10:56,010 He'll apologize to you for all those nasty suspicions before you leave. 804 01:10:56,082 --> 01:10:58,710 He owes me no apology. 805 01:10:58,785 --> 01:11:01,413 Anyway, I'm going home as planned. 806 01:11:01,487 --> 01:11:03,717 What about Georgio? 807 01:11:03,790 --> 01:11:06,020 What about him? 808 01:11:06,092 --> 01:11:08,890 Had you thought of staying and marrying him? 809 01:11:08,962 --> 01:11:11,954 He doesn't think we should. 810 01:11:12,031 --> 01:11:14,864 But you're obviously in love with him. 811 01:11:14,934 --> 01:11:17,528 Well, he's dreadfully poor. 812 01:11:17,604 --> 01:11:20,971 Even with his job, he can barely support himself. 813 01:11:21,040 --> 01:11:25,602 He'd have to give up his studies or take me to live with his people. 814 01:11:25,678 --> 01:11:28,112 He says either way it wouldn't work. 815 01:11:28,181 --> 01:11:31,241 Well, how do you feel about it? 816 01:11:31,317 --> 01:11:33,547 Oh, my darling! 817 01:11:33,620 --> 01:11:35,815 I'm so sorry. 818 01:11:35,888 --> 01:11:38,550 Is there anything I can do? 819 01:11:38,625 --> 01:11:40,889 Just leave me alone, please. 820 01:11:56,809 --> 01:11:59,835 - Well, what are you doing? - Packing. 821 01:11:59,912 --> 01:12:02,346 I can see that. But why? 822 01:12:02,415 --> 01:12:04,781 I'm going home. 823 01:12:04,851 --> 01:12:07,149 I'm going back with Anita. 824 01:12:08,421 --> 01:12:11,481 He hasn't even tried to see me. 825 01:12:11,557 --> 01:12:14,424 Oh, dear. 826 01:12:16,229 --> 01:12:21,098 Never knew I could feel this way. It's pretty awful. 827 01:12:21,167 --> 01:12:25,001 I know it is. It's awful, for both of you. 828 01:12:26,706 --> 01:12:30,164 I hope you won't mind being alone in the apartment... 829 01:12:30,243 --> 01:12:32,677 but I couldn't stay on, you know. 830 01:12:32,745 --> 01:12:35,213 Of course not. 831 01:12:37,250 --> 01:12:40,947 I'm glad I'm not young and vulnerable anymore. 832 01:12:47,627 --> 01:12:51,324 Yes? 833 01:12:51,397 --> 01:12:54,230 I have brought the signorina a present. 834 01:12:54,300 --> 01:12:57,895 Why, Louisa, how nice of you. Thank you. 835 01:12:57,970 --> 01:13:00,234 Why, Louisa! 836 01:13:00,306 --> 01:13:02,536 Whatever made you do this? 837 01:13:02,608 --> 01:13:06,044 Oh, he's a dear little thing. 838 01:13:06,112 --> 01:13:09,479 We have worried about your being alone, signorina. 839 01:13:09,549 --> 01:13:12,382 Is he old enough to be taken away from his mother? 840 01:13:12,452 --> 01:13:15,717 Oh, yes. My sister say the age is right. 841 01:13:15,788 --> 01:13:19,815 She's... How do you say? Oh. A maiden lady. 842 01:13:19,892 --> 01:13:23,020 She has many cats. She would not be without one. 843 01:13:23,096 --> 01:13:26,156 She talks to them from morning till night... 844 01:13:26,232 --> 01:13:28,826 just as if they were people. 845 01:13:28,901 --> 01:13:31,096 Does she, indeed? 846 01:13:31,170 --> 01:13:34,435 I will bring you a box to take it home in. 847 01:13:34,507 --> 01:13:36,805 Thank you, Louisa. 848 01:14:01,267 --> 01:14:03,531 Oh, no, my friend. 849 01:14:06,272 --> 01:14:09,730 It hasn't come to that yet. You're dear and small. 850 01:14:09,809 --> 01:14:13,540 But I'm not going to turn to you out of loneliness. 851 01:14:16,716 --> 01:14:19,310 - Good morning, Miss Frances. - Good morning. 852 01:14:19,385 --> 01:14:21,717 - Where did that come from? - Louisa gave it to me. 853 01:14:21,788 --> 01:14:24,154 - Why? - Why shouldn't she? 854 01:14:24,223 --> 01:14:26,885 All the old maids in Rome have cats. 855 01:14:26,959 --> 01:14:31,089 I've seen them in the evening in the courtyard, feeding them leftover spaghetti. 856 01:14:31,164 --> 01:14:33,758 That sounds rather waspish. 857 01:14:33,833 --> 01:14:36,666 Will you be able to type up last night's pages for me this morning? 858 01:14:36,736 --> 01:14:38,670 Yes. 859 01:14:38,738 --> 01:14:41,172 - Is anything the matter? - No. 860 01:14:41,240 --> 01:14:43,470 You seem a bit curt this morning. 861 01:14:43,543 --> 01:14:45,773 I've come to a reluctant decision. 862 01:14:45,845 --> 01:14:48,313 - I'll talk to you about it later. - Moral cowardice? 863 01:14:48,381 --> 01:14:51,009 Very well. 864 01:14:51,083 --> 01:14:53,381 I've decided I want to go back to America. 865 01:14:53,452 --> 01:14:56,444 Why? 866 01:14:56,522 --> 01:14:58,752 Well, why shouldn't I? 867 01:14:58,825 --> 01:15:01,851 - Have I done anything to offend you? - No. 868 01:15:01,928 --> 01:15:04,988 Then you have no possible reason for wanting to go back to America. 869 01:15:05,064 --> 01:15:08,522 I've been away for 15 years. I want to go home. 870 01:15:08,601 --> 01:15:11,035 - Would you like a holiday? - No. 871 01:15:11,103 --> 01:15:13,333 I'd like to finish this work for you. 872 01:15:13,406 --> 01:15:15,374 Then I'd like to go have my passport checked. 873 01:15:15,441 --> 01:15:17,500 This is nonsense. 874 01:15:17,577 --> 01:15:20,842 What would you go back to? You've no relations. 875 01:15:20,913 --> 01:15:23,973 You'd live alone in a hotel room, go to concerts on Sunday... 876 01:15:24,050 --> 01:15:27,110 and work for some dull-witted business executive. 877 01:15:27,186 --> 01:15:30,383 - What is attractive about that prospect? - Nothing. 878 01:15:30,456 --> 01:15:34,119 - Nevertheless, I am going home. - Oh. 879 01:15:34,193 --> 01:15:36,388 What about me? 880 01:15:36,462 --> 01:15:41,331 How am I going to get along without you? I've come to depend upon you. 881 01:15:41,400 --> 01:15:44,995 I dislike change. I dislike new faces. 882 01:15:45,071 --> 01:15:48,370 Friends of mine are going back, and I want to go with them. 883 01:15:48,441 --> 01:15:51,899 Maybe a hotel room alone in New York will be hard to take. 884 01:15:51,978 --> 01:15:55,675 But the prospect of becoming a lonely old maid... 885 01:15:55,748 --> 01:15:58,410 with a life behind her, a stranger in a foreign country... 886 01:15:58,484 --> 01:16:00,714 isn't much to look forward to either. 887 01:16:00,786 --> 01:16:02,913 And who knows? 888 01:16:02,989 --> 01:16:06,618 Perhaps some nice old man will want to marry me after all. 889 01:16:08,628 --> 01:16:11,756 Have you ever considered the possibility of marrying me? 890 01:16:11,831 --> 01:16:15,733 Every woman considers that prospect with every man she meets. 891 01:16:15,801 --> 01:16:18,031 I'm quite serious. 892 01:16:18,104 --> 01:16:21,665 I would guarantee you the companionship you want. 893 01:16:21,741 --> 01:16:25,370 You've certainly had time to get used to me. There would be no surprises. 894 01:16:25,444 --> 01:16:28,504 You know me too well. 895 01:16:28,581 --> 01:16:30,776 I have enormous respect for you. 896 01:16:30,850 --> 01:16:33,080 You add greatly to my comfort. 897 01:16:33,152 --> 01:16:38,351 In fact, you're about the only woman I know to whom I would make such a rash offer. 898 01:16:41,427 --> 01:16:45,761 A marriage... based on friendship? 899 01:16:45,831 --> 01:16:49,631 The Chinese marry as total strangers. At least we met. 900 01:16:49,702 --> 01:16:53,399 And suppose you should wake up one bright morning and discover... 901 01:16:53,472 --> 01:16:56,805 that I was desperately in love with you. 902 01:16:56,876 --> 01:16:59,242 Wouldn't you find that rather disturbing? 903 01:16:59,312 --> 01:17:03,544 The possibility of arousing unsuspected passion at my age would be not only disturbing... 904 01:17:03,616 --> 01:17:05,948 but rather miraculous. 905 01:17:07,687 --> 01:17:11,316 Would you care to think this over for a day or two? 906 01:17:11,390 --> 01:17:14,826 Are you sure you wouldn't? 907 01:17:14,894 --> 01:17:17,454 The offer is quite genuine... 908 01:17:17,530 --> 01:17:19,930 if a bit casual. 909 01:17:19,999 --> 01:17:22,968 Then my acceptance is quite casual... 910 01:17:23,035 --> 01:17:25,833 but a bit genuine. 911 01:17:28,341 --> 01:17:30,741 Thank you. 912 01:17:30,810 --> 01:17:33,904 I'm sure we'll be quite compatible. 913 01:17:38,551 --> 01:17:40,985 - Grazie, Anna. - Prego, signorina. 914 01:17:50,029 --> 01:17:52,657 - Hi! - Hi. 915 01:17:52,732 --> 01:17:56,828 I'm just writing my folks that I'm bringing you home to stay a while with us. 916 01:17:56,902 --> 01:17:59,132 But I'm not going home after all. 917 01:17:59,205 --> 01:18:01,833 - But you said this morning... - That was a hundred years ago. 918 01:18:01,907 --> 01:18:05,365 I've decided to stay and get married. 919 01:18:05,444 --> 01:18:08,709 - No! - Isn't it ironic? 920 01:18:08,781 --> 01:18:11,443 You're both so young and so lovely... 921 01:18:11,517 --> 01:18:14,486 but of the three of us I'm to be the bride. 922 01:18:14,553 --> 01:18:16,544 - Shadwell? - Who else? 923 01:18:16,622 --> 01:18:18,852 No! 924 01:18:18,924 --> 01:18:21,984 - Oh, that's wonderful. How did it happen? - I don't know. 925 01:18:22,061 --> 01:18:24,291 I really don't know. 926 01:18:24,363 --> 01:18:29,062 After being in love with him for 15 years, this silly man has asked me to marry him. 927 01:18:29,135 --> 01:18:33,037 Have you ever heard of anything so absurd? 928 01:19:48,047 --> 01:19:50,811 - Good morning! - Good morning, Louisa. 929 01:19:50,883 --> 01:19:54,444 I brought these flowers. Will you put them in a vase, please? 930 01:19:54,520 --> 01:19:58,718 - Is Mr. Shadwell up yet? - He's up and gone out. His door was open. 931 01:19:58,791 --> 01:20:01,817 Have breakfast ready for him. He's probably just gone for a walk. 932 01:20:01,894 --> 01:20:03,919 Yes, signorina... 933 01:20:03,996 --> 01:20:09,127 Oh, the signorina has a new dress! It is very pretty. 934 01:20:09,201 --> 01:20:11,431 Maybe a... a little too young. 935 01:20:11,504 --> 01:20:14,564 Oh, it is spring, signorina! 936 01:20:30,823 --> 01:20:34,418 You should have come to me the first time this happened, my friend. 937 01:20:34,493 --> 01:20:36,688 That would hardly have been possible. 938 01:20:36,762 --> 01:20:39,458 I've had headaches all my life. 939 01:20:39,532 --> 01:20:41,762 What do I do now? 940 01:20:41,834 --> 01:20:45,497 I would advise you to go to America. Dr. Weisner is there now. 941 01:20:45,571 --> 01:20:49,166 - He has managed, in these cases, to delay... - No, thank you. 942 01:20:49,241 --> 01:20:52,938 - I have no desire to prolong uncertainty. - Think about it a while. 943 01:20:53,012 --> 01:20:56,038 I prefer to think how best to spend this year allotted me. 944 01:20:56,115 --> 01:20:59,175 One is not infallible in matters of time. 945 01:20:59,251 --> 01:21:03,312 I don't think I shall work today, Dr. Martinelli. 946 01:21:03,389 --> 01:21:07,018 There's never any preparation for a death sentence, is there? 947 01:21:07,092 --> 01:21:10,186 There is a lifetime. 948 01:21:10,262 --> 01:21:13,493 That sounds like something I might have written. 949 01:21:13,566 --> 01:21:16,057 - Good-bye, Doctor. Thank you. - Good-bye. 950 01:21:37,823 --> 01:21:39,313 Come. 951 01:21:39,391 --> 01:21:42,019 Mr. Hoyt, there's a gentleman here to see you about something. 952 01:21:42,094 --> 01:21:44,153 Come in, sir. 953 01:21:44,230 --> 01:21:46,425 - Thank you. Mr. Hoyt? - That's me, sir. 954 01:21:46,498 --> 01:21:49,558 - I'm John Frederick Shadwell. - Won't you sit down? 955 01:21:49,635 --> 01:21:52,126 That's interesting. Same name as the writer. 956 01:21:52,204 --> 01:21:54,138 - I am the writer. - You are? 957 01:21:54,206 --> 01:21:56,174 Well, I'm one of your fans. 958 01:21:56,242 --> 01:21:58,870 - That's good to hear. - Looking for material for a new novel? 959 01:21:58,944 --> 01:22:03,176 Just information. I want to know what must be done to ship a body to America. 960 01:22:03,249 --> 01:22:06,412 Well, you've come to the right man. That's my specialty. 961 01:22:06,485 --> 01:22:09,420 I handle former citizens. 962 01:22:09,488 --> 01:22:12,685 - You seem to enjoy your work. - Oh, I don't mind it. 963 01:22:12,758 --> 01:22:16,194 Other vice-consuls have clients who talk back. Mine don't. 964 01:22:16,262 --> 01:22:18,457 An obvious advantage. 965 01:22:18,530 --> 01:22:22,899 Now then, I should like to know the exact procedure in having a body shipped home. 966 01:22:22,968 --> 01:22:26,028 Well, first I must have a letter making the request. 967 01:22:26,105 --> 01:22:29,131 - Who writes the letter? - That's a good question. 968 01:22:29,208 --> 01:22:31,438 The regulations say a close relative. 969 01:22:31,510 --> 01:22:34,570 Then I must have a certificate from the doctor... 970 01:22:34,647 --> 01:22:37,138 a notarized report for the American port of entry... 971 01:22:37,216 --> 01:22:40,481 then permission from the city of Rome and an export license. 972 01:22:40,552 --> 01:22:42,486 Sounds quite complicated. 973 01:22:42,554 --> 01:22:44,920 Dead or alive, there's still a lot of red tape to it. 974 01:22:44,990 --> 01:22:47,618 Thank you, Mr. Hoyt. I shan't detain you any longer. 975 01:22:47,693 --> 01:22:50,753 I assume this is all for a new story of yours. 976 01:22:50,829 --> 01:22:53,059 - There actually is no body. - Oh, there's a body, all right. 977 01:22:53,132 --> 01:22:56,101 - Is there? Whose? - Mine. 978 01:22:56,168 --> 01:22:59,228 Good day, sir. 979 01:23:07,212 --> 01:23:09,646 You were up early this morning. 980 01:23:09,715 --> 01:23:12,343 - You want your breakfast? - Not at the moment. 981 01:23:12,418 --> 01:23:14,648 - I finished these pages. - Thank you. 982 01:23:14,720 --> 01:23:17,154 Is anything the matter? 983 01:23:17,222 --> 01:23:20,282 - I've had a very bad night. - Let me get you some coffee. 984 01:23:20,359 --> 01:23:24,455 I was quite concerned over this impulsive discussion we had about marriage yesterday. 985 01:23:24,530 --> 01:23:28,193 This morning I realized you could not possibly have taken me seriously. 986 01:23:28,267 --> 01:23:30,497 Why not? 987 01:23:30,569 --> 01:23:33,629 Because you have too much self-respect to consider seriously... 988 01:23:33,706 --> 01:23:36,766 the offer of a man who is interested only in keeping his secretary. 989 01:23:36,842 --> 01:23:40,778 You handled it extremely well, and my admiration for your tact is boundless. 990 01:23:42,181 --> 01:23:45,480 - Should I have reacted otherwise? - No. 991 01:23:45,551 --> 01:23:49,214 Of course you should go home, since it is so important to you. 992 01:23:49,288 --> 01:23:53,622 In fact, the sooner you can make arrangements, the more convenient it'll be for me. 993 01:23:53,692 --> 01:23:57,150 I want to go to Capri for the summer, and I'd like to get away as soon as possible. 994 01:23:57,229 --> 01:23:59,459 Aren't you going to finish the novel? 995 01:23:59,531 --> 01:24:02,557 No, I seem to have lost interest in it at the moment. 996 01:24:02,634 --> 01:24:04,864 So, if you can book passage... 997 01:24:04,937 --> 01:24:08,031 I promise not to place any more embarrassing obstacles in your path. 998 01:24:09,375 --> 01:24:13,675 And you do forgive me for my selfish panic? 999 01:24:13,746 --> 01:24:15,805 Of course. 1000 01:26:03,088 --> 01:26:05,318 Yes, signore? 1001 01:26:05,390 --> 01:26:09,588 I should like a bottle of scotch, some ice and a siphon of soda. 1002 01:26:09,661 --> 01:26:11,959 Sorry, sir. No bottles. 1003 01:26:12,030 --> 01:26:14,260 Why not? 1004 01:26:14,333 --> 01:26:16,961 Drinks, yes, but no bottles. 1005 01:26:17,035 --> 01:26:19,265 Very well, my friend. 1006 01:26:19,338 --> 01:26:22,796 Bring me six double scotches, and line them up before me. 1007 01:26:22,875 --> 01:26:25,207 Very good, sir. 1008 01:26:41,727 --> 01:26:45,026 Are you, by any chance, following me, Miss Frances? 1009 01:26:45,097 --> 01:26:47,588 - Yes. - May I ask why? 1010 01:26:51,470 --> 01:26:54,837 Dr. Martinelli called after you left. 1011 01:26:54,907 --> 01:26:57,205 I see. 1012 01:26:57,276 --> 01:27:01,975 Is what you learned from him the reason you changed your mind about us? 1013 01:27:02,047 --> 01:27:05,915 I suppose it's quite natural for you to assume that. 1014 01:27:05,984 --> 01:27:09,249 But the truth is, it had nothing to do with it. 1015 01:27:09,321 --> 01:27:12,813 It was one of those unfortunate coincidences. 1016 01:27:12,891 --> 01:27:15,917 Oh. 1017 01:27:15,994 --> 01:27:20,260 He told me he suggested you return to America. You will go. 1018 01:27:20,332 --> 01:27:22,732 My dear Miss Frances, my life, my career... 1019 01:27:22,801 --> 01:27:25,702 has been founded on facing facts as I discover them... 1020 01:27:25,771 --> 01:27:28,001 never by wishful thinking. 1021 01:27:28,073 --> 01:27:31,099 I've no intention of seeking a dubious year of grace. 1022 01:27:31,176 --> 01:27:34,111 But in an extra year's time perhaps the doctors will have discovered an answer. 1023 01:27:34,179 --> 01:27:36,409 Cures must be discovered sometime. 1024 01:27:36,481 --> 01:27:41,077 I shall accept my fate with as much good grace as I can muster. 1025 01:27:45,591 --> 01:27:48,856 - What do you intend to do with those? - I intend to get drunk. 1026 01:27:48,927 --> 01:27:52,419 - Why? - I've been cautious too long. 1027 01:27:59,805 --> 01:28:02,433 I'm sorry that you've learned about this. 1028 01:28:02,507 --> 01:28:05,772 But since you have, you can be of great service to me. 1029 01:28:05,844 --> 01:28:10,474 I intend to spend the time I have left here in Rome, where I've lived most of my life. 1030 01:28:10,549 --> 01:28:14,110 But, oddly enough, I want to be buried in America. 1031 01:28:14,186 --> 01:28:18,282 There are numerous details involved that I should like to leave in your capable hands. 1032 01:28:18,357 --> 01:28:20,587 Please don't. 1033 01:28:20,659 --> 01:28:23,719 I can't listen when you talk like this. 1034 01:28:23,795 --> 01:28:26,320 Then I shall turn the matter over to someone less emotional. 1035 01:28:27,966 --> 01:28:31,163 Your greatest asset has always been your detachment... 1036 01:28:31,236 --> 01:28:33,796 your freedom from sentimentality. 1037 01:28:33,872 --> 01:28:37,000 It'd be a pity if you shattered that record at the end. 1038 01:28:39,311 --> 01:28:43,805 And now, if... if you don't mind, l... 1039 01:28:43,882 --> 01:28:46,316 I'd like to be left alone. 1040 01:29:02,367 --> 01:29:04,835 Does the signora care to order? 1041 01:29:04,903 --> 01:29:07,963 Yes. Bring me six double scotches, please. 1042 01:29:08,040 --> 01:29:10,634 - Six? - Six. 1043 01:29:10,709 --> 01:29:13,007 Very good, signora. 1044 01:29:16,581 --> 01:29:19,448 May I ask what you intend to do with six double scotches? 1045 01:29:19,518 --> 01:29:22,282 I intend to drink them. 1046 01:29:22,354 --> 01:29:24,584 May I suggest that you'll live to regret it? 1047 01:29:24,656 --> 01:29:26,590 You may. 1048 01:29:28,460 --> 01:29:31,861 - But why six? - I suspect a trick. 1049 01:29:31,930 --> 01:29:35,798 The Americans have thought of a scheme to outwit us of our tips. 1050 01:29:35,867 --> 01:29:38,062 I must figure this out. 1051 01:29:38,136 --> 01:29:42,539 - How can one save on six drinks? - Well... 1052 01:29:57,823 --> 01:30:00,314 That'll be all. 1053 01:30:11,970 --> 01:30:16,168 Shall I slap you on the back, or shall I call the waiter to do it? 1054 01:30:16,241 --> 01:30:18,675 Neither. 1055 01:30:18,744 --> 01:30:22,612 Shouldn't you be at your desk attending to my work? 1056 01:30:22,681 --> 01:30:25,673 You've given up. Why shouldn't I? 1057 01:30:27,285 --> 01:30:29,947 I had no idea you went in for this sort of thing. 1058 01:30:30,021 --> 01:30:32,751 I don't, as a rule. 1059 01:30:32,824 --> 01:30:35,054 To the Fountain of Trevi. 1060 01:30:35,127 --> 01:30:38,756 To the lovely, romantic Fountain of Trevi, where hope can be had for a penny. 1061 01:30:38,830 --> 01:30:41,890 - People are looking at you. - Well, high time. 1062 01:30:41,967 --> 01:30:45,528 - Do you really think you should? - I really think I should. 1063 01:30:45,604 --> 01:30:48,573 - Why? - Because... 1064 01:30:48,640 --> 01:30:51,006 my life is ending. 1065 01:31:03,121 --> 01:31:05,385 Bambino. 1066 01:31:05,457 --> 01:31:08,824 Don't hug the shore with it. Be... Be reckless. 1067 01:31:08,894 --> 01:31:11,954 You've got your whole life ahead of you. 1068 01:31:12,030 --> 01:31:14,328 See what the world is like. 1069 01:31:16,668 --> 01:31:19,796 Oh! All right. All right, all right. 1070 01:31:24,910 --> 01:31:27,140 Here, take it. 1071 01:31:27,212 --> 01:31:31,376 Take it home and play with it in the bathtub, my brave little adventurer. 1072 01:31:33,652 --> 01:31:36,143 - What do you want? - Really, Miss Frances. 1073 01:31:36,221 --> 01:31:39,486 Don't you think you're a bit too old to go wading in public? 1074 01:31:39,558 --> 01:31:44,586 I'm not too old. I'm not too old to do anything I want to do. 1075 01:31:50,202 --> 01:31:54,298 Allow me to assist you from that ludicrous and liquid posture. 1076 01:31:54,372 --> 01:31:57,535 Go away. Go away, please. 1077 01:31:59,678 --> 01:32:01,942 Give me your hand, then. 1078 01:32:17,762 --> 01:32:20,253 This'll make you feel much better. 1079 01:32:25,470 --> 01:32:27,802 I want my mother. 1080 01:32:27,873 --> 01:32:30,501 You haven't got a mother. 1081 01:32:30,575 --> 01:32:33,043 I haven't got anybody. 1082 01:32:33,111 --> 01:32:37,207 Nobody cares what happens to me. 1083 01:32:37,282 --> 01:32:40,740 Why didn't you let me drown? 1084 01:32:40,819 --> 01:32:44,915 A pity you didn't reveal your capacity for vice earlier. 1085 01:32:44,990 --> 01:32:49,086 The years would've seemed much shorter, and well-spent. 1086 01:32:49,160 --> 01:32:51,390 You needn't flatter me. 1087 01:32:51,463 --> 01:32:54,921 Miss Frances, please lie back. You're going to feel dreadful later on. 1088 01:32:55,000 --> 01:32:57,764 I feel dreadful now. 1089 01:32:57,836 --> 01:33:00,396 - I've gotta get up. - Why? 1090 01:33:00,472 --> 01:33:04,203 I've gotta help my friends. They love me very much. 1091 01:33:04,276 --> 01:33:06,938 - I know. - Oh, poor Georgio. 1092 01:33:07,012 --> 01:33:10,277 - Poor who? - Oh, don't pretend you don't know. 1093 01:33:10,348 --> 01:33:14,546 I've got to get to Mr. Burgoyne and make him give Georgio his job back. 1094 01:33:14,619 --> 01:33:17,645 Anita loves Georgio, and Georgio loves Anita. 1095 01:33:17,722 --> 01:33:20,714 - Yes. - But you wouldn't understand. 1096 01:33:20,792 --> 01:33:23,022 You hate everybody! 1097 01:33:23,094 --> 01:33:25,585 Well, I should certainly hate to see you make a daily habit of this. 1098 01:33:25,664 --> 01:33:27,598 And I've got to talk to Dino. 1099 01:33:27,666 --> 01:33:31,898 I want Maria to have her prince. Every girl should have her prince. 1100 01:33:31,970 --> 01:33:34,200 At least one. 1101 01:33:34,272 --> 01:33:37,298 My dear Miss Frances, please try and get a little rest. 1102 01:33:37,375 --> 01:33:41,903 I'll do what I can later, but in the meantime it's important for you to sleep. 1103 01:33:41,980 --> 01:33:44,448 Sing to me. 1104 01:33:44,516 --> 01:33:49,078 The only song I know would hardly be appropriate..."The Star-Spangled Banner." 1105 01:33:49,154 --> 01:33:51,452 You'd have to stand up, and... 1106 01:33:56,628 --> 01:33:59,722 Do you think you're going to be all right? 1107 01:34:01,333 --> 01:34:03,631 Miss Frances? 1108 01:34:15,580 --> 01:34:17,878 Sleep. 1109 01:34:45,410 --> 01:34:48,470 Signor Shadwell. 1110 01:34:48,546 --> 01:34:50,844 Show him in. 1111 01:34:54,452 --> 01:34:56,682 - Well, John! - Hello, Dino. 1112 01:34:56,755 --> 01:35:00,851 I come bearing presents. You've always wanted these first editions of mine. 1113 01:35:00,925 --> 01:35:03,985 - I've decided to give them to you. - But I cannot accept. 1114 01:35:04,062 --> 01:35:07,122 - But you will. - Well, I'm overwhelmed, John. 1115 01:35:07,198 --> 01:35:10,224 - Why are you doing this? - Saves my packing them. 1116 01:35:10,301 --> 01:35:13,361 - I'm going away tomorrow. - Oh. Off to Capri again, huh? 1117 01:35:13,438 --> 01:35:16,999 America. I'm going home after 15 years... to be married. 1118 01:35:17,075 --> 01:35:19,339 Miss Frances? 1119 01:35:19,411 --> 01:35:21,641 How did you know? 1120 01:35:21,713 --> 01:35:27,151 For years all of Rome has known how Miss Frances felt. Should I be surprised? 1121 01:35:27,218 --> 01:35:30,551 You should be ashamed. You might have told me. 1122 01:35:30,622 --> 01:35:33,989 It is much better that you waited, my friend. 1123 01:35:34,059 --> 01:35:37,222 No man should marry until he is at least your age. 1124 01:35:37,295 --> 01:35:39,593 I shall accept that as a compliment. 1125 01:35:39,664 --> 01:35:42,033 - To your happiness. - Thank you. 1126 01:35:44,802 --> 01:35:48,499 Now, at my age, you see, we have no judgment. 1127 01:35:48,572 --> 01:35:52,099 - We feel too deeply. - I can understand how you feel. 1128 01:35:52,176 --> 01:35:55,771 After all, you've just had a narrow escape with that girl at the agency, haven't you? 1129 01:35:55,846 --> 01:35:58,906 - You know about this? - Oh, all of Rome has known. 1130 01:35:58,983 --> 01:36:01,850 She almost tricked you into marrying her, I understand. 1131 01:36:01,919 --> 01:36:04,353 Do you know what that girl did? 1132 01:36:04,422 --> 01:36:08,051 Kept a little black book on you, I believe. Listed all your likes and dislikes. 1133 01:36:08,125 --> 01:36:11,720 - Even to the piccolo! - Only a woman could sink that low. 1134 01:36:11,796 --> 01:36:15,459 The duplicity of this grasping girl! 1135 01:36:15,533 --> 01:36:20,095 Of course, we all grasp at happiness, but there are such things as rules. 1136 01:36:20,171 --> 01:36:23,538 Exactly! I knew you would understand. 1137 01:36:23,607 --> 01:36:27,270 And you're quite right in letting her go back to America without a word. 1138 01:36:27,344 --> 01:36:29,403 She deserves to be unhappy. 1139 01:36:29,480 --> 01:36:31,710 She's going back to America? 1140 01:36:31,782 --> 01:36:36,082 Oh, she knows she did wrong, so let her suffer for it. 1141 01:36:36,153 --> 01:36:39,884 You're well out of it, my boy. You've acted like a man. 1142 01:36:41,792 --> 01:36:44,818 She deceived me. She... She lied to me. 1143 01:36:44,895 --> 01:36:47,728 Why can't women play the game properly? 1144 01:36:47,798 --> 01:36:51,325 Everyone knows that in love affairs only the man has the right to lie. 1145 01:36:51,402 --> 01:36:55,099 - Naturally. - She was very stupid to confess she lied. 1146 01:36:55,172 --> 01:36:58,733 She didn't have to. Very stupid. 1147 01:36:58,809 --> 01:37:01,642 See, to... to disillusion me so... 1148 01:37:01,712 --> 01:37:05,307 These girls in love never realize they should be honestly dishonest... 1149 01:37:05,382 --> 01:37:08,442 instead of being dishonestly honest. 1150 01:37:08,519 --> 01:37:11,750 - Do you know what I mean? - Hmm? Oh, certainly. 1151 01:37:13,891 --> 01:37:16,121 So don't let anyone convince you... 1152 01:37:16,193 --> 01:37:19,754 that you should be flattered she went to such lengths to capture your interest. 1153 01:37:19,830 --> 01:37:22,025 Don't worry. I won't. 1154 01:37:22,099 --> 01:37:24,533 Of course, I would be highly flattered. 1155 01:37:24,602 --> 01:37:27,196 But then, I'm an older man. 1156 01:37:27,271 --> 01:37:29,933 - Not much. - Thank you. 1157 01:37:30,007 --> 01:37:34,103 Well, I'm glad that I leave you in this happy frame of mind. 1158 01:37:34,178 --> 01:37:37,841 You know what you want, Dino. Take care of yourself. 1159 01:37:37,915 --> 01:37:41,851 She'll be out of your life tomorrow, and you'll never be bothered by her again. 1160 01:38:00,404 --> 01:38:02,634 - Home, Signor Shadwell? - Not yet. 1161 01:38:02,706 --> 01:38:05,800 - To the Burgoyne villa, and hurry. - Si, signor. 1162 01:38:21,258 --> 01:38:24,716 - I guess that's everything. - Mm-hmm. 1163 01:38:24,795 --> 01:38:27,855 Well, good-bye, beautiful apartment. 1164 01:38:27,932 --> 01:38:30,492 Good-bye, romantic Rome. 1165 01:38:30,568 --> 01:38:32,832 Good-bye. 1166 01:38:43,981 --> 01:38:46,381 Hello? 1167 01:38:46,450 --> 01:38:48,850 Oh, hello. 1168 01:38:48,919 --> 01:38:50,978 Where? 1169 01:38:52,256 --> 01:38:54,451 Oh, all right, dear. 1170 01:38:54,525 --> 01:38:57,050 Uh-huh. We were just leaving. 1171 01:38:57,127 --> 01:38:59,357 Bye. 1172 01:38:59,430 --> 01:39:04,629 That was Frances. She wants us to meet her at the Fountain of Trevi. 1173 01:39:29,026 --> 01:39:31,859 Why do you suppose Frances wanted to meet us here? 1174 01:39:31,929 --> 01:39:34,329 Maybe she decided to go back with us after all. 1175 01:39:34,398 --> 01:39:38,767 Well, she'd better hurry up. Our train leaves in half an hour. 1176 01:39:38,836 --> 01:39:41,270 Why, it's empty. 1177 01:39:46,310 --> 01:39:49,905 Signor, per che niente acqua? 1178 01:39:49,980 --> 01:39:52,175 - Lo puliscano. - Oh. 1179 01:39:52,249 --> 01:39:57,414 - Why isn't there any water? - He says they're cleaning the pool. 1180 01:39:57,488 --> 01:40:01,584 Clean out the old dreams. Make way for the new ones. 1181 01:40:01,659 --> 01:40:04,492 That fountain is a fraud. 1182 01:40:04,561 --> 01:40:08,930 When I tossed my coin in, I wished I could stay for a year in Rome. 1183 01:40:08,999 --> 01:40:12,127 And here I am, leaving after a month. 1184 01:40:12,202 --> 01:40:14,636 Well, I'm afraid there's no refund. 1185 01:40:14,705 --> 01:40:18,232 We can't wait around here much longer. We're going to miss our train. 1186 01:40:19,843 --> 01:40:23,540 Oh, here she is. Well, what happened to you? We've been waiting hours. 1187 01:40:23,614 --> 01:40:26,674 I only phoned an hour ago. 1188 01:40:26,750 --> 01:40:29,241 You're mighty mysterious. What's this all about? 1189 01:40:29,320 --> 01:40:31,288 It's a surprise. 1190 01:40:35,959 --> 01:40:40,123 Look! The fountain's coming to life again. 1191 01:40:51,442 --> 01:40:54,275 Maria. 1192 01:41:20,804 --> 01:41:22,567 Georgio! 98762

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