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  • Christmas in Connecticut
    • 00:12:35 Yes, Mrs. Lane's feature is...

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      • 00:12:30 May I wish you a merry Christmas?

      • 00:12:33 Well, thank you, sir.

      • 00:12:35 Yes, Mrs. Lane's feature is...

      • 00:12:42 But... But I'm not sure I could do that, Mr. Yardley.

      • 00:12:45 Mrs. Lane's farm and her home life are something we have no right to intrude on...

    • 00:12:45 Mrs. Lane's farm and her home life are something we have no right to intrude on...

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      • 00:12:35 Yes, Mrs. Lane's feature is...

      • 00:12:42 But... But I'm not sure I could do that, Mr. Yardley.

      • 00:12:45 Mrs. Lane's farm and her home life are something we have no right to intrude on...

      • 00:12:50 I only ask two things of my editors.

      • 00:12:51 Print the truth and obey my orders.

    • 00:12:54 I expect Mrs. Lane at 4.

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      • 00:12:50 I only ask two things of my editors.

      • 00:12:51 Print the truth and obey my orders.

      • 00:12:54 I expect Mrs. Lane at 4.

      • 00:13:06 Elizabeth? This is Dudley.

      • 00:13:09 I think I'd better have lunch with you. It's important.

    • 00:19:21 - Mrs. Lane? - Oh, yes. Put it in there.

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      • 00:19:17 Boys, please, stop quarreling.

      • 00:19:19 Come in.

      • 00:19:21 - Mrs. Lane? - Oh, yes. Put it in there.

      • 00:19:23 Oh, Dud, I wish you'd tell the office to stop sending those things here.

      • 00:19:30 - Another rocking chair? - Yes.

    • 00:20:21 But your cooking, Mrs. Lane. I follow your diary faithfully.

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      • 00:20:16 ...to have a homey Christmas with your wonderful cooking.

      • 00:20:19 Naturally, but you see...

      • 00:20:21 But your cooking, Mrs. Lane. I follow your diary faithfully.

      • 00:20:24 It is the only thing I ever do read in my publications.

      • 00:20:26 I wouldn't miss it for the world.

    • 00:20:32 ...that was perfection, Mrs. Lane. Lucky man, your husband.

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      • 00:20:26 I wouldn't miss it for the world.

      • 00:20:28 In October, when you had breast of guinea hen in Madeira...

      • 00:20:32 ...that was perfection, Mrs. Lane. Lucky man, your husband.

      • 00:20:35 - Thank you... - And last June's...

      • 00:20:37 ...strawberries Chantilly with rum and egg white.

    • 00:20:45 And your Christmas menu, Mrs. Lane, that is really magnificent.

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      • 00:20:40 You stiffen the egg white first before the rum?

      • 00:20:42 - Definitely, of course. - Of course. It's the only way to do it.

      • 00:20:45 And your Christmas menu, Mrs. Lane, that is really magnificent.

      • 00:20:48 Roast goose Bernoise with walnut stuffing...

      • 00:20:51 ...celery soufflé and real old-fashioned plum pudding.

    • 00:21:04 ...Mrs. Lane will be very pleased to entertain your friend...

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      • 00:21:00 ...Navy Hospital, Staten Island.

      • 00:21:02 In reply to your letter of the 15th...

      • 00:21:04 ...Mrs. Lane will be very pleased to entertain your friend...

      • 00:21:07 ...Jefferson Jones.

      • 00:21:08 Mr. Yardley, there's something you should know.

    • 00:21:26 ...for our next issue, Mrs. Lane. "American Hero Spends Christmas on Perfect Farm."

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      • 00:21:21 My grandchild had it. Not at all serious nowadays.

      • 00:21:24 - Mr. Yardley... - This will be a great story...

      • 00:21:26 ...for our next issue, Mrs. Lane. "American Hero Spends Christmas on Perfect Farm."

      • 00:21:31 What a boost for circulation. Yes, indeed.

      • 00:21:34 I believe I'll arrange a nice little bonus for you, in recognition of your cooperation.

    • 00:21:50 Splendid. Splendid. Allow me to shake your hand, Mrs. Lane.

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      • 00:21:43 You're a fine American wife and mother, and we're proud to have you on our staff.

      • 00:21:47 - You could use a little bonus, couldn't you? - Oh, I guess I could.

      • 00:21:50 Splendid. Splendid. Allow me to shake your hand, Mrs. Lane.

      • 00:21:53 I don't know how to tell you this, but...

      • 00:21:56 Don't try, my dear. And thank you very much for coming to see me.

    • 00:21:59 - Good afternoon, Mrs. Lane. - Good afternoon.

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      • 00:21:53 I don't know how to tell you this, but...

      • 00:21:56 Don't try, my dear. And thank you very much for coming to see me.

      • 00:21:59 - Good afternoon, Mrs. Lane. - Good afternoon.

      • 00:22:10 - Anything wrong, madam? - Oh, no, nothing at all.

      • 00:22:14 He's kind of overpowering, isn't he?

    • 00:22:19 - Yes. - Pardon me, Mrs. Lane...

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      • 00:22:14 He's kind of overpowering, isn't he?

      • 00:22:17 Oh, yes. A very strong personality.

      • 00:22:19 - Yes. - Pardon me, Mrs. Lane...

      • 00:22:21 ...but I'm planning on having a farm in Connecticut myself one day.

      • 00:22:25 I'd like some good bottomland.

    • 00:23:00 Mrs. Lane.

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      • 00:22:53 He expects me to eat these barbaric atrocities?

      • 00:22:55 Well, I won't.

      • 00:23:00 Mrs. Lane.

      • 00:23:01 There's something I want to...

      • 00:23:03 This must be telepathy. I know exactly what you're going to say.

    • 00:23:10 Well, Mrs. Lane, I'm going to accept with the greatest of pleasure.

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      • 00:23:06 - Do you? - Yes.

      • 00:23:08 You're inviting me to your Christmas party.

      • 00:23:10 Well, Mrs. Lane, I'm going to accept with the greatest of pleasure.

      • 00:23:13 Well, that'd be just wonderful.

      • 00:23:15 I'll be there Christmas Eve. I was going to be with my family...

    • 00:43:20 - I'm John Sloan. - Is Mrs. Lane in?

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      • 00:43:08 No, not now. I'm sorry, judge, I'm sorry.

      • 00:43:16 - How do you do? I'm Alexander Yardley. - Yes, yes. How do you do?

      • 00:43:20 - I'm John Sloan. - Is Mrs. Lane in?

      • 00:43:23 Mrs. Lane? You mean Mrs. Sloan. I'm Mr. Sloan.

      • 00:43:27 - Elizabeth Lane's husband? - Yes. That's... Yes, that's right.

    • 00:43:23 Mrs. Lane? You mean Mrs. Sloan. I'm Mr. Sloan.

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      • 00:43:16 - How do you do? I'm Alexander Yardley. - Yes, yes. How do you do?

      • 00:43:20 - I'm John Sloan. - Is Mrs. Lane in?

      • 00:43:23 Mrs. Lane? You mean Mrs. Sloan. I'm Mr. Sloan.

      • 00:43:27 - Elizabeth Lane's husband? - Yes. That's... Yes, that's right.

      • 00:43:30 Elizabeth Lane's husband. Come in, won't you?

    • 00:44:37 Merry Christmas, my dear Mrs. Lane. Or rather, Mrs. Sloan.

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      • 00:44:33 Elizabeth, darling.

      • 00:44:35 Oh, merry Christmas, Mr. Yardley.

      • 00:44:37 Merry Christmas, my dear Mrs. Lane. Or rather, Mrs. Sloan.

      • 00:44:40 It's a great privilege, a great privilege. I have been admiring your charming room.

      • 00:44:44 It's exactly as you described it. But...

    • 00:45:44 - It's a mighty fine baby you have, Mr. Lane. - Sloan is the name.

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      • 00:45:40 - Thank you very much, sir. - And this is my husband.

      • 00:45:43 - How do you do? - How do you do?

      • 00:45:44 - It's a mighty fine baby you have, Mr. Lane. - Sloan is the name.

      • 00:45:48 Well, well, what a cherub.

      • 00:45:51 Oh, there, there. That's no way to treat a stranger.