Sam: Let's get outta here. Rick: No Sam, I'm waiting for a lady. Sam: Please boss, let's go. Ain't nothing but trouble for you here. Rick: She's coming back. I know she's coming back. Sam: We'll take
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Let's get outta here. No Sam, I'm waiting for a lady. Please...

Casablanca 1942
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Sam:
Let's get outta here.
Rick:
No Sam, I'm waiting for a lady.
Sam:
Please boss, let's go. Ain't nothing but trouble for you here.
Rick:
She's coming back. I know she's coming back.
Sam:
We'll take the car. We'll drive all night. We'll get drunk. We'll go fishing and stay away until she's gone.
Rick:
Shut up and go home, will ya?
Sam:
No sir, I'm staying right here.

Transcript:
Good, then have a drink.
- Not me, boss.
- Then don't have a drink.
Boss, let's get out of here.
No, sir. I'm waiting for a lady.
Please, let's go.
Ain't nothing but trouble for you here.
She's coming back.
I know she's coming back.
We'll take the car and drive all night.
We'll get drunk. We'll go fishing,
stay away until she's gone.
- Shut up and go home, will you?
- No, sir, I'm staying right here.
They grab Ugarte, then she walks in.
Well, that's the way it goes.
One in, one out.
- Sam.
- Yes, boss?
If it's December 1941 in Casablanca,
what time is it in New York?
What?
My watch stopped.
I bet they're asleep in New York.
I bet they're asleep all over America.
Of all the gin joints in all the towns
in all the world...
...she walks into mine.

Clip duration: 64 seconds
Views: 46
Uploaded: 12 December, 2020
Genres: drama, romance, war
Summary: A cynical American expatriate struggles to decide whether or not he should help his former lover and her fugitive husband escape French Morocco.


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