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    • Oklahoma!

      (1956)
    • 00:08:04 - Hi, Aunt Eller. - Scare me to death!

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:07:16 Ev’rythin’s goin’ my way...

      • 00:07:24 Oh, what a beautiful day!

      • 00:08:04 - Hi, Aunt Eller. - Scare me to death!

      • 00:08:07 - What are you doing here? - I’m coming and singing to you.

      • 00:08:10 Oh, what a beautiful mornin’!

    • 00:13:13 Aunt Eller, make him get himself out of here.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:13:06 Dashboard and all.

      • 00:13:12 Get off the place, you!

      • 00:13:13 Aunt Eller, make him get himself out of here.

      • 00:13:16 - Telling me lies. - Now hold on.

      • 00:13:19 Making up a few pretties ain’t against any law I know of.

    • 00:17:05 Don’t forget, Aunt Eller. You and me still got a date.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:16:51 - You’re driving Laurey? - Asked her.

      • 00:17:01 Well, wouldn’t that just make you bawl?

      • 00:17:05 Don’t forget, Aunt Eller. You and me still got a date.

      • 00:17:08 How’re we going, Curly, in that rig you made up?

      • 00:17:11 That ain’t no made-up rig, you hear.

    • 00:17:28 Aunt Eller, are you really going with Curly tonight?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:17:21 Why ever did ya?

      • 00:17:23 Curly’s too fresh and big-headed, waiting till the last minute to ask.

      • 00:17:28 Aunt Eller, are you really going with Curly tonight?

      • 00:17:31 I sure am. You didn’t want him.

      • 00:17:34 But you could go with me and Jud.

    • 00:18:00 I will, Aunt Eller.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:17:55 Tell all the folks to stop by here on their way to the Skidmore party...

      • 00:17:59 ... to freshen up.

      • 00:18:00 I will, Aunt Eller.

      • 00:18:02 Get your beauty spots fastened on proper, so you won’t lose them, ya' hear?

      • 00:18:06 That’s a right smart turnout.

    • 00:18:56 Aunt Eller!

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:18:09 Ain’t no finer rig I’m a-thinkin’ ’at I’d keer to swap

      • 00:18:15 Fer that shiny little surrey with the fringe on the top.

      • 00:18:56 Aunt Eller!

      • 00:19:47 be a nice evening for the party.

      • 00:19:49 - Jud. - What?

    • 00:21:06 - Will Parker? - Hi, Aunt Eller.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:21:00 What did you do at the fair, Will? Bust any bones?

      • 00:21:02 No. Too smart for that. Just made sure I landed on my head.

      • 00:21:06 - Will Parker? - Hi, Aunt Eller.

      • 00:21:08 If you ain’t got the fancy lanterns for the party...

      • 00:21:12 - ... get back on that train. - Here you are.

    • 00:21:44 Excuse us, Aunt Eller.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:21:36 ... and I won’t give him the present I brought him.

      • 00:21:39 Lookie here fellars, what I got for Ado Annie’s pa.

      • 00:21:44 Excuse us, Aunt Eller.

      • 00:21:46 You hold it up to your eye like this.

      • 00:21:47 Then when you get a good look, turn the top and the picture changes.

    • 00:24:35 They don’t do it alone. Come on, Aunt Eller!

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:24:32 That’s all they’re dancing nowadays.

      • 00:24:34 The waltz is through.

      • 00:24:35 They don’t do it alone. Come on, Aunt Eller!

      • 00:24:45 That’s about as fur as I can go

      • 00:24:48 Yes sir! And that’s about as far as she can go

    • 00:26:27 Come on, Aunt Eller, do-si-do!

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:26:01 Still don’t like it.

      • 00:26:27 Come on, Aunt Eller, do-si-do!

      • 00:26:47 Hey!

      • 00:26:48 Pick it up!

    • 00:35:20 - Now, Aunt Eller-- - Don’t you “Aunt Eller” me, I’m mad at you.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:35:13 You said that eggbeater you sold me would beat eggs, wring out dishrags...

      • 00:35:17 ... turn the ice cream freezer and more.

      • 00:35:20 - Now, Aunt Eller-- - Don’t you “Aunt Eller” me, I’m mad at you.

      • 00:35:24 If the eggbeater don’t work, I give you something just as good.

      • 00:35:27 - A present. - I wouldn’t have it.

    • 00:35:53 - Howdy, Aunt Eller. - Howdy, yourself.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:35:49 Want me to get that eggbeater and ram it down your windpipe?

      • 00:35:52 Give me that.

      • 00:35:53 - Howdy, Aunt Eller. - Howdy, yourself.

      • 00:35:55 Now that all the ladies are here, let me show you some pretty doo-daddles.

      • 00:36:00 Lace around the bottom and ribbons running in and out.

    • 00:42:32 Thanks, Aunt Eller. I reckon I better.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:42:25 Hi, Laurey.

      • 00:42:27 Hey, Curly, don’t you reckon you better take care of your horses, too?

      • 00:42:32 Thanks, Aunt Eller. I reckon I better.

      • 00:42:34 Can’t I come too? I just love watching you handle horses.

      • 00:42:39 It’s about all I can handle I guess.

    • 01:09:55 What happened, Aunt Eller?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:09:46 Well, ain’t you a pair of purty nothings?

      • 01:09:50 Pecking away at knotholes and scaring everybody to death? Well!

      • 01:09:55 What happened, Aunt Eller?

      • 01:09:56 Nobody hurt. Just a pair of fools swapping noises.

      • 01:10:07 Mind if I visit with you gents? I got a few pretties to show you.

    • 01:11:50 Aunt Eller, I want everything to stay just the way it is.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:11:43 Lands! You ain’t even dressed!

      • 01:11:47 I believe you got something worrying on your mind.

      • 01:11:50 Aunt Eller, I want everything to stay just the way it is.

      • 01:11:54 Well, won’t it?

      • 01:11:55 I like living the way we do.

    • 01:41:04 Why, Aunt Eller, of course.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:40:59 It’s time to start the auction.

      • 01:41:01 Who’s going to be the auctioneer Mr. Skidmore?

      • 01:41:04 Why, Aunt Eller, of course.

      • 01:41:12 Say, Aunt Eller, Laurey ain’t here yet. What do you reckon’s happened?

      • 01:41:15 Oh, they’re just pokey.

    • 01:41:12 Say, Aunt Eller, Laurey ain’t here yet. What do you reckon’s happened?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:41:01 Who’s going to be the auctioneer Mr. Skidmore?

      • 01:41:04 Why, Aunt Eller, of course.

      • 01:41:12 Say, Aunt Eller, Laurey ain’t here yet. What do you reckon’s happened?

      • 01:41:15 Oh, they’re just pokey.

      • 01:41:27 Loosen up your pockets, fellows.

    • 01:42:16 - Where’s Aunt Eller and Curly? - Up at the house, I think.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:42:11 $2. That’s my boy.

      • 01:42:15 Hi, Laurey.

      • 01:42:16 - Where’s Aunt Eller and Curly? - Up at the house, I think.

      • 01:42:21 What am I offered for this one?

      • 01:42:25 Sold to Pete Larkin for six bits.

    • 01:47:44 Aunt Eller, If I don’t bid any more, I can keep my money, can’t I?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:47:39 - Are you crazy? - $50...

      • 01:47:41 Wait a minute. Hold on.

      • 01:47:44 Aunt Eller, If I don’t bid any more, I can keep my money, can’t I?

      • 01:47:47 You sure can!

      • 01:47:49 Then I still got $50, and this is mine!

    • 01:50:00 - You got enough, Aunt Eller. - Let’s get on.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:49:55 Anybody gonna bid any more?

      • 01:49:57 No. They all dropped out. Can’t you see?

      • 01:50:00 - You got enough, Aunt Eller. - Let’s get on.

      • 01:50:03 I got the money.

      • 01:50:04 - I ain’t said “going, going, gone” yet-- - Say it!

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