Mr. Brown: Mr Reade... Clemson Reade: Oh, good evening. Clemson Reade: I've been waiting to talk with you. Mr. Brown: Really? Anything wrong? Mr. Brown: Yes. It's about that, er, bearded gentleman.
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Dream Wife 1953
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Mr. Brown:
Mr Reade...
Clemson Reade:
Oh, good evening.
Clemson Reade:
I've been waiting to talk with you.
Mr. Brown:
Really? Anything wrong?
Mr. Brown:
Yes. It's about that, er, bearded gentleman.
Clemson Reade:
You mean our friendly skyscraper?
Mr. Brown:
He's been trying to buy our chambermaids!
Clemson Reade:
He has?
Mr. Brown:
Yes. He's been offering them positions in the Khan's harem.
Clemson Reade:
I hope he hasn't offended them.
Mr. Brown:
Offended them? Six of the girls have already accepted.

Transcript:
Oh, Mr. Reade.
Good evening.
I've been waiting to talk to you.
Really? Anything wrong?
Yes.
It's about that bearded gentleman.
You mean our friend the skyscraper.
He's been trying to buy our chambermaids.
He has?
Yes, he's been offering them physicians in the Khan's harem.
I hope he hasn't offended them.
Offended them?
Six of the girls have already accepted.
Well, I'll speak to Miss Effington about that.
Good evening, Tarji.
Oh, she shouldn't do that.
You're telling me.
Oh, yes, it's the lady from the translation bureau.
Why don't you run along and see
a French movie or something?
This is better than a French movie.
There's a good chance I may not need you anymore.

Clip duration: 57 seconds
Views: 12
Timestamp in movie: 00:51:57
Uploaded: 22 September, 2021
Genres: comedy, romance
Summary: A business tycoon decides to wed a Middle Eastern princess whose customs dictate the pair must live apart for several months before marrying. Even more complications settle in when the tycoo... Read all


Actors

Mr. Brown - Dan Tobin
Clemson Reade - Cary Grant