Genevieve Cliveden-Banks: What would a woman like you be going to America for? Mrs. Midget: My own affairs, ma'am. My reasons. Private. Genevieve Cliveden-Banks: Do you know what I think, Mr. Lingley?
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Genevieve Cliveden-Banks:
What would a woman like you be going to America for?
Mrs. Midget:
My own affairs, ma'am. My reasons. Private.
Genevieve Cliveden-Banks:
Do you know what I think, Mr. Lingley? I think the woman is an international adventuress. A spy.
Mrs. Midget:
Oh, no, sir, it's not that. Don't believe a word of it, it's not true!
Mr. Lingley:
It's all right. Go away! She doesn't mean it.
Mrs. Midget:
Thank you, sir. I may not know the manners of Society, ma'am, and if they're such as yours, I do not want to. With such terse remarks, I shuts up, being sorry for anything I've said.
Genevieve Cliveden-Banks:
Grotesque.

Transcript:
IT WAS.
I WANTED IT
MYSELF.
AYE?
WHATEVER MY HUSBAND
DID, I DID.
WHATEVER
HAPPENS TO HIM,
THE SAME THING
MUST HAPPEN TO ME.
WELL, THEN, NOTHING
MORE FOR ME TO DO.
NO. WAIT, SIR.
PLEASE.
SHE DOESN'T
MEAN IT.
FORGIVE HER.
COME WITH ME,
BERNIE.
ANN, MY DARLING,
HURRY. QUICKLY.
GO WITH THEM.
I CAN'T.
SHE MUSTN'T
STAY HERE.
WAIT.
OH, SIR,
PLEASE WAIT.
CAN'T YOU
DO SOMETHING, SIR?
I'VE MADE
COUNTLESS TRIPS,
ALWAYS KEPT SILENT,
NEVER ONCE FORGOT
MY PLACE,
BUT THIS GIRL, SIR,
THIS GREAT LOVE
SHE HAS-
I MUST SPEAK UP.
OH, PLEASE.
PLEASE, WON'T YOU
HELP HER SOMEHOW?
SOME WAY?
GOOD MAN, SCRUBBY.
GOOD MAN.

Clip duration: 70 seconds
Views: 8
Timestamp in movie: 01:42:15
Uploaded: 05 October, 2021
Genres: mystery, drama, fantasy
Summary: Passengers on an ocean liner can't recall how they got on board or where they are going yet, oddly enough, it soon becomes apparent that they all have something in common.


Actors

Genevieve Cliveden-Banks - Isobel Elsom
Mrs. Midget - Sara Allgood
Mr. Lingley - George Coulouris