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Myrtle Bagot: [smacks her on the backside] Albert Godby, how dare you! Albert Godby: I couldn't resist it! Myrtle Bagot: Oh, well, trouble you for keeping your hands to yourself! Albert Godby: Oh, you

Albert Godby, how dare you! I couldn't resist it! Oh, well,...

Brief Encounter 1945
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Myrtle Bagot:
[smacks her on the backside]
Albert Godby, how dare you!
Albert Godby:
I couldn't resist it!
Myrtle Bagot:
Oh, well, trouble you for keeping your hands to yourself!
Albert Godby:
Oh, you blushing - oh, you look wonderful when you're angry... just like an avenging angel.
Myrtle Bagot:
I'll give you avenging angel!... Coming in here taking liberties!
Albert Godby:
I thought last Monday, you said you wouldn't object to a friendly little slap.
Myrtle Bagot:
Never mind about last Monday... I'm on duty now. And I should think to what would happen if Mr. Saunders should be looking through the window.
Albert Godby:
Well, if Mr. Saunders happens to be looking through the window its about time he saw something worth looking at.
Myrtle Bagot:
You ought to be ashamed of yourself!
Albert Godby:
Oh, it's high spirit... don't be mad at me.
Myrtle Bagot:
"High spirit" - indeed. Take your tea and be quiet.
Albert Godby:
It's all your fault really.
Myrtle Bagot:
I don't know to what your referring!
Albert Godby:
...I was thinking about tonight?
Myrtle Bagot:
If you don't learn to behave yourself - there won't be a tonight. Or any other night either.
Albert Godby:
Give us a kiss.
Myrtle Bagot:
I'll do no such thing, the lady might see us!
Albert Godby:
Come on a quick one across the counter!
Myrtle Bagot:
Albert, stop it!
Albert Godby:
[takes hold of her arms]
Come on!
Myrtle Bagot:
Let go of me, this minute Albert!
[he knocks over a plate of something]

Myrtle Bagot:
...now look at me bamberys all over the floor!
Bill, First Soldier:
[Bill walks in]
Just in time - or born in the vestry.
Myrtle Bagot:
You shut your mouth - and help Mr. Godby pick up 'em cakes! Come along now! What are you standing there gaping at?

Transcript:
Albert Godby, how dare you!
- l couldn't resist.
- l'll trouble you to keep your hands to yourself.
Oh, you're blushing.
Oh, you look wonderful
when you're angry,
- just like an avenging angel.
- l'll give you avenging angel,
coming in here taking liberties.
l thought after what you
said last Monday you
wouldn't object to
a friendly little slap.
Never you mind
about last Monday.
l'm on duty now.
A nice thing if Mr. Saunders had happened
to be looking through the window.
lf Mr. Saunders is in the habit
of looking through windows
it's about time he saw
something worth looking at.
- You ought to be ashamed of yourself.
- lt's high spirits, don't be mad at me.
High spirits, indeed.
Take your tea, and be quiet.
lt's all your fault, really.
l don't know to
what you're referring.
l was thinking of,
um, tonight.
lf you don't learn to behave
yourself, there won't be a tonight
or any other night, either.
Give us a kiss.
l'll do no such thing.
The lady might see us.
- Come on, a quick one across the bar.
- Albert, stop it!
- Come, there's a love.
- Let go of me this minute.
- Come on, love.
- Albert.
Now look at me Banburys
all over the floor.
Just in time, or born in the vestry?
You shut your mouth and help Mr. Godby pick up them cakes.
Come along now -
what are you standing there gaping at?
As l left the refreshment room,
l saw a train coming in
His train.
He wasn't on the platform,
and I suddenly felt panic-stricken
at the thought of not seeing him again.
My dear, l'm so sorry.
l'd no way of letting you know.
- Your train, you'll miss it.
- The house surgeon had to operate suddenly.
l was going to send
a note to the Kardomah,
but l thought they might shout your name out and embarrass you.
Please don't say any more.
Quickly, quickly,
the whistle's gone.
l'm so glad l had a chance to explain.
l didn't think l'd see you again.
How absurd.
Quickly, quickly.
- Next Thursday?
- Yes, next Thursday.
- Good-bye!
- Good-bye!
Next Thursday!
Good-bye!
The train for Ketchworth is about
to leave from platform three.
The stars can change
in their courses,
the universe go up in flames
and the world crash around us,
but there'll always be Donald Duck.
l do love him so - his dreadful
energy and his blind frustrated rages.
lt's the big picture now.
Here we go. No more
laughter. Prepare for tears.
It was a terribIy bad picture.
We crept out before the end,
rather furtively...
as though we were
committing a crime.
The usherette at the door looked
at us with stony contempt.
It was a lovely afternoon,
and it was a relief
to be in the fresh air.
We decided we'd go
to the botanical gardens.
Do you know,
l believe we should aIl
behave quite differentIy...
if we lived in a warm,
sunny climate aIl the time.
We shouldn't be so withdrawn
and shy and difficult.
Oh, Fred, it really
was a lovely afternoon.
There were some little
boys sailing their boats.
One of them looked
awfully like Bobby.
That should have given me a pang
of conscience, l know, but it didn't.
l was enjoying myself -
enjoying every single minute.
Alec suddenly said that he
was sick of staring at the water
and that he wanted to be on it.
All the boats were covered up,
but we managed to persuade
the old man to let us have one.
He thought we were raving mad.
Perhaps he was right.
Alec rode off at a great rate
and l trailed my
hand in the water.

Clip duration: 242 seconds
Views: 117
Timestamp in movie: 00:00:00
Uploaded: 12 December, 2020
Genres: drama, romance
Summary: Meeting a stranger in a railway station, a woman is tempted to cheat on her husband.


Actors

Myrtle Bagot - Joyce Carey
Albert Godby - Stanley Holloway