BEYOND TOMORROW | Charles Winninger | Richard Carlson | Full Length Drama Ghost Movie | English

BEYOND TOMORROW I believe that the soul of a man is immortal
and will be treated with justice in another life respecting
his conduct in this life.
Benjamin Franklin.Christmas Chadwik, Melton & O’Brien
Engineers Radio Center
New York City[ Typing and dictating formulas- ][ Typing and dictating formulas- ][ Typing and dictating formulas- ]No George, that is 0.315 Make that 0.315 times 11 minus…Typing and dictatingTyping and dictatingPut them down anywhere Mark
and ride along home We won’t be
needing you tonight we are having guests… Thank you. -My hat my hat Joseph
Oh wait a minute Mark. Merry Christmas!
-Thank you, -Thank you sir. -Joseph Merry Christmas!
-Thank you!
-Where are them? ….Anchored reinforcement…
-Anchored reinforcement my foot gentlemen. This is Christmas eve! Frankly I come home for the Christmas
and find you two rambling over a lot of blue prints… Why don’t you live in the office and be done with it?
This specifications have to be finished. Mid July form
-Let them be out! You girls run along home! Here Suzy, Merry Christmas!
-Same to you!
– Merry Christmas Suzy! Merry Christmas Mr. Chadwick god night!
-Merry Christmas! -Merry Christmas! -Merry Christmas! Ellen, It seems to be done.
-And this is for you slave driver Here you are my dear, Oh thank you Michael! Merry Christmas! Nothing
but a merchant’s holiday! Oh What a Dickens is this?
-Here see. Every time I take a cigaret It plays me a tune. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Why? You know Irishman… Uh! Oh I see, Michael does this means that
my pipe is getting too strong hey? Well… Is not milder! ha ha ha ha ha… Well I’ll be darned!
Does this means that I am getting decrepit? No! I tried to find a black snake creep for you
but I had to take that instead. When you are not shaking it over our heads
to make us work you can hover around
and letting enjoy your sciatica Come on boys! Do me a favor and clear up
this mess. I hate the VanR. to know that
I live with a couple of heathens who work on Christmas Eve
-That is right, I forgot they were coming.
-The VanR. are coming here? Yes. I was lucky to get them too. They are fascinating people. The world is ours They can give us all the latest News about India Chad. So, come on. We better be getting dressed. Joseph, see that the living room
gets cleared up and mix the Tom and Jerries.
-Yes Mr. O’Brian. It is a lot of Chadwick’s nonsensesDiscussing the menu
And there will be Brandy? Of course! …Brandy for Major Chadwick Joseph, Remember tha last Christmas in
Saint Petersburg? Just before the war?
-Yes excellency. Here Joseph,Have this present from me.Thank you very much your ExcellencyThe Order of Saint Stanislaus for me? You were a great friend, to follow me to here Joseph, It was no longer my option with out you there.
Thank you your Excellency! Joseph when I had jewels… and lands and palaces I was often weary and discontent When everything was taken away except my life I learned that the way to be
really happy is to serve others. To be needed so don’t be sorry for me or for what was lost Come the guests will be here and nothing will be ready. Right on time!
-Here Mr. O’Brian.
-WIll you please fix me my tie You know? I am all thumbs when it comes to tying a proper bow And the table… All looks Magnificent.. Thank you! Sure it is magic how you do it. Yes, It really seems like Christmas in those days What we should have George? It is a troop of grandchildren…
Yeah!… Blowing horns and beating drums
all over the place is not for me. Well I guess is Merry Christmas to you.
-Merry Christmas -Merry Christmas Good evening gentlemen!
-Khristos voskres!
-That is for Easter! Oh Chistmas also it is. Well Marry Christmas then.
You are looking very pretty Madam Tanya Thank you Major Chadwick.
-And here is your present.
-Such a big feast! What does this package be? I think I’ll have to seat down. Well we kind of wanted to surprise you
but we didn’t think we’d knock you down George, get her out to see her, with her coat. Now now, lets us tried it out, and see your looks. It is beautiful! But it will keep me no warmer
than your kindness gesture. All this years…“Za vashe zdorovie” (Cheers in Russian)
And don’t tell me it doesn’t meant: TO YOUR HEALTH! It does: “Za vashe zdorovie” and Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! And don´t you sigh at the count and have
a stay at your room. You’re seating at the table I’ll be there! And now I must be looking after things,
the guests are very distinguished, And as the hostess, I must see that every thing is perfect. A telegram Sir. What is wrong now? The VanRippers, they can’t come. Oh, that is odd at the last moment. Can’t be helped. Illness in the family. Illness in the family?… You shouldn’t have let them know I’d be here Don’t be ridiculous George. You had nothing to do with it. Didn’t I? Oh I can hear them… George felled Melton Isn’t he the fellow that was mixed up
in the sweep case? Acquitted? Lack of evidence? Oh for pity’s sake George, don’t be so sensitive. That is all past and forgotten. Sure it is and don’t flatter your self
that anybody remembers… To tell you the truth I am relieved that
the VanRippers are not coming. He is telling the same jokes that he told 20 years ago And she dyes her hair. I think is a “shrimp pink” now. I don’t know why I asked them to come at all, at all. The trouble with us is that we are in a rut, to much work and no play. We don’t take time to see our old friends. Yes… not so many of our friends left Michel… Well then we ought to make new ones… What we ought to do is… What we ought to do is… Oh, Come on.
Have a drink… Confusing to our critics and to us,
Merry Christmas!
-Merry Christmas! Oh there must be some lonely souls out in that crowd. You are a sentimentalist… Oh! I have and idea Chad! Get off your cards gentlemen! What you are up to now? This is some of the gifts wallets that we’ve
left over with $10 dollars in each of them Put the cards in them, and throw them by the window and
we may have them back with somebody to have diner with What? Strangers? Out of the street? Oh there are no strangers on Christmas Eve, Besides is better than seating around and hooting
at each other like three old lauds in a bar. What if none of them comes back? I´ll take you up on that. Dinner at P.S: for all of us, and the looser pays. You heard Chad. It´s a bet. That is alright I can’t loose. How long do we wait? Win or loose. We dine at 7:00 Saint Anthony, send us back an honest soul. With a neck tie. Mine goes first! It is gone! Your turn Chad. I can’t see without my glasses. Alright you’re next George. Come on. Come on! Let it go! All right I doubt if we find it some body worth feeding, But if gets unbearable we can run along
to the club and we´ll have some Bridge. Don’t worry. Nobody will come back with them. You are a man of very little faith George. Come away from the window before you break the charm. Well… Finder’s keepers. Any money in it? $10.00 Dollar bill. George Veil Melton …engraved by Tiffany He’ll never miss the money… Here you are Robin, Merry Christmas!
-Thank you Madam. You have a heart of gold!
With other people’s money! I tell you England’s territorial expansion
has a quite a different significance. No matter how thin your sliced, a grab is a grab. Well! Off! The suspicious Cat. England carried civilization into the wilderness… What was Australia before she redeemed it from the aborigines She made it a thriving territory a ranking continent For her own special benefit of course… It was for the benefit of the whole world
for the benefit of Australian it self The proof is that there isn’t an acre of the Empire
that it isn’t proud to fly the British flag And furthermore let me tell… Oh Will you stop that noise? Nice is it? What do you two think you are making? The next thing you’ll be digging trenches on your own Yes! but I vow to refuse his unenlightened bias Bias my foot! He always takes the other side of the argument to get your goat Well… It looks like you pay for the diner O’Brian. Maybe I do… And then again, maybe I don’t. Oh, Good evening to you! Good evening Sir. Somebody here loose a wallet? Yes! Yes! Come in. Come in. Which one did you find…
I mean, my name is O’Brian. That is the name Alright!
And ten dollars in it. Ten dollars it is? Here you are sir. Well… Merry Christmas!
-Wait! Wait!… Stay and have a good cheer with us Well I…
-Oh come along, come along… What is your name lad? James Houston, Sir. Houston? That is mighty nice of you… Oh is awfully nice of you too Sir…
-I mean to bring back… to bring back your wallet Come along. Come along. Mr. Melton, Mr. Chadwick, Here is Mr. Houston. Good evening. Proud to know you Sir. Mr. Houston brought back my wallet. And now he is going to have a drink with us. What will you have lad? Oh, whatever you are having Sir. I am having a Tom and Jerry myself. How about you Chad? Just a spot… And you George? No thanks I have a work Chad, when I´m back… It really feels like Christmas Eve in here. It is quite a nice spot. I´ll have to place another log Let me do that Sir. There is nothing like an open fire. We always have them down home Are you from the West? Texas Sir. I’am from Oklahoma myself… Oklaho… Well I declare… Howdy Neighbor! Is this fire warm? Is it? Here, seat down! Thank you Sir. Here.
-Thank you Michael.
-Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Been up here long? Since September… …I came up with the Rodeo to Madison Square Garden. I had to stay around and look at the town over. Stayed a little too long I guess. Now I am looking for a stake to get back to Texas. Who knew it? Were you going some place? Diner perhaps? No. No Sir. No place in particular. Just walking around. I’ve never been away from home for Christmas before… Well so long as you are not going anywhere,
Why not have diner with us? Now, that is right kind of you Sir but I don’t know Well, after all likely is not inducing for a young fellow
to dine with 3 old fogies like us you know? Well, now… If you put it that way, I… I can’t very well refuse… Major Chadwick, this young lady says she found you a wallet Oh. Oh yes of course. Of course! Good evening! Oh, good evening. Are you Mr. Chadwick? Oh yes. I believe is customary to describe lost articles. Oh yes, that is right, of course. Of course. Well there is a sort of a wallet… A square wallet With my card inside Any money? Of course… ah… Oh yes ten dollars. Here you are. Oh, yes, thank you. Thank you very much You are very welcome Merry Christmas!
-Merry Christmas! Wait a minute! Wait a minute! Don´t go! Come over to the fire! It is cold outside! Get a Tom and Jerry to the young lady George! It will warm you up! Oh you didn’t..
-What is your name? Jean Lawrence. My name is James Houston Mam! How do you do Mr. Houston. That is Mr. Houston, Miss Lawrence. Put those two places back, I believe Mr. O’Brian will have guests for diner after all Yes. Excellency. The last time I had a Tom and Jerry was back home in New Hampshire New Hampshire? Then you are not spending Christmas Eve with your family. No, I was just going out to the movies. Why don’t you stay and have diner with us? Oh, thank you very much but I couldn’t… Why not? Have you had diner? No. but I had a late lunch and I— Diner is served! That settles it. Come along. We will not take a no for an answer. Come along. Now it is all fine.
It is a little game that we are playing. I´ll tell you all about it. You see, there were three of us here and we made a bet. And… One of us lost. Therefore, Christian men, be sure,
wealth or rank possessing, ye who now will bless the poor shall yourselves find blessing Hey Boy! You can sing! Hey Hey, Come up! We want some music up here. I dream of Jeannie with the light brown hair, Borne like a vapor on the summer air I see her tripping where the bright streams play Happy as the daisies that dance on her way. Many were the wild notes her merry voice would pour, Many were the blithe birds that warbled them o’er I dream of Jeannie with the light brown hair Floating like a vapor on the soft, summer air. Right boy, has a grand voice. He is a real singer. No is not so much I used to sing a bit down at the ranch come on, let’s all sing! That is a good idea. Joseph, Alponse, Katherine, I´ll find some, come here we are all going to sing Sure, come on, How about Jingle Bells? Jingle Bells!… Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way. Oh! what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh. Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way.
Oh! what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh.In Russian:[ Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way. ]In Russian:[ Oh! what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh. ] Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way. Oh! what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh. Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way. Oh! what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh. Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way. Oh! what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh. I can asure you you make me feel like I was 22 again I like it the way you are. Don’t forget we have a date tomorrow. I´ll be clickity clickity! Good night gentlemen,
-Good night! Good night Madame Tanya I had a lovely time. Bless you child We all did. Good night Ma’m. Good Night Jimmy. Wait, you are forgetting your overcoat. Oh I didn’t have an overc… But that is not my overcoat. Is now your overcoat. You have a good tailor. Good night Ma’m Oh!… The Grandeur ceases! That boy reminded me of David. I thought you two were going to the club to play Bridge. Ah… By God… Don’t gloat… Ah… The luck of the Irish. I am turning in. Good night! Good night George. Good night! Tough guy. Gave the lad his pet overcoat. Children Hospital
Wayne Foundation Well, here we are. I can hardly believe I’ve not been dreaming Neither can I Maybe we were dreaming. You know? I wouldn’t be a bit surprised to see Santa Claus Reindeers and all
sliding right down the sky any minute Would you? Hello! His name is Gaelican, it is offered a job in for it He loves sugar! Well I declare, that is really something! I never expected to find a girl in New York catering sugar for a horse Hello Good evening Miss Lawrence Oh Good evening Officer Johnson. This is Mr. Houston. Hello officer. He was just admiring your horse. Yeah. I raised them my self down in Texas. Oh you do eh? Sure is a pretty colt. What do you feed him? Raw Oats? Yep.
Yeah, it sure is… You know, I haven’t been on a horse for three months.
I used to live on one practically. I sure would like to ride it… Well… I am sorry Sir but… It’s decided. You’d never caught me letting anybody ride my horse
Or I ‘d be found in aproblemwith you.I sure understand… Well… …Well, is mighty fine seeing him anyway. It sure is pretty! Is somebody there? All clear! Hey! The Sargent is coming. Good evening Sargent Good evening Anything wrong? Oh nothing at all It is a lovely evening. I mean… I mean after the snow, I love the snow, Don’t you?
It makes everything looks more like Christmas does It? I was, oh… Yeah, well, good evening. Sargent… Ah… hum… Would you mind terribly
if I ask you a few questions? Alright. What is it? Have you ever been in Texas? I have never been South of this town Oh I bet you have, You often travel north too and is quite lovely Yes. Well I am in here now. Sargent, Do you like children? Well I’d better had. I have six of my own. Oh you don’t say. I have twenty. What? That is in the clinic. I work here. Well, good night Sargent is nice to meet you. Wheew! Was that close? Hello Texas, How do you like the ride? Oh… I like it. Why? And as for you Johnson, Yes Sir. Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas to you Sargent! Merry Christmas! Ha ha ha
Merry Christmas! What else do you do beside feeding sugar to a horse? I serve as Kindergarten teacher I keep the children busy and amused while I calm them
You know it helps them get over their pain quicker Do I have to get sick to join your class? I don’t think so. You are much too young for them I hate to let you go. I see you tomorrow James. Good night! Oh Jimmy. Your coat! Thank you very much for letting me wear it.
You sure are welcome. Good night James. Good night teacher. Oh… oh yeah. Wayne Foundation
Children’s Clinic So How are your children Mrs. Brown? Their just fine Miss.
The little one has measles, and the big one, mumps. Oh I am sorry to hear that. Oh that’s a pity isn’t it? Yes. It is. You take sugar? Yes, please. Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas every one! Well if it isn’t big Chief playing with the measles child. Come on and join the tribe. Hello Hello and whom may you be? I can´t say am foreign Irish Well I am Michael and I am 64 and I am Irish too. I am Irish too. Whose is Irish too? I am. And then the Elephant said, with his big long nose… …I want to be the King! Not a dull evening all week! Celebrating New Year´s Eve… …with Jimmy and Jean at the Waldorf Hotel… Happy New Year! Party a great success! Home at 4:00 a.m.
…Snoozed all day. We took Jimmy and Jean to their first opera. They held hands. We still like Jimmy’s voice the best! Chad´s Birthday! Surprise Party! George made a grand speech! The Old Turtle! We went to the ice hockey game last night.
Bowling Tonight! Oh they all fell down! You bet your life it did! Its a Ring-a A ringer? Ha ha! Hey Madam Tanya, Where do you think you are going? Don’t I have to pick up the bottles?
Ho ho ho! There’s somebody who’ll pick them back. Pick up the bottles…
Ha ha ha ha! Jean! Come on Jean your next! Here, hold my coat. I’ll show you what a kegler I am Never mind bragging. Right old fellow. Shoot the works! Stand CLEAR! What a champion! One
Two… “Be it ever so humble… there’s no place like home” I’ve never seen them having such a good time! I am grateful to you both. Telegram to:
Chadwick, Melton and O’Brien… Radio Center NY
Required tests for Structural formula East Tilford Airport. Hey, you wait, we are going to have a lot of good times together Good bye! Bye Jimmy. Good bye dear. You are just like the daughter I always wished for. Come on, let’s just go. Bye Good Bye! Good Bye! Good Bye! Good Bye! And don’t be gone too long!
Now, hurry back! We’ll be back and you take good care of yourselves
and don’t go alone to the Bowling alleys. Mr. O’Brian… Can’t you gentlemen P L E A S E… take the train? Oh There you go… I suppose you’d like to have us take a stage coach… Now, Don’t worry. We’ll be back before you know it. Good Bye! Bye
-Bye Why wouldn’t they? Just take the train? Oh don’t you worry. They’ll be alright. Come on Gaelican, Tea or coffee? Coffee. Doughnuts Hash?Hash-brownSugar and cream? Brussel sprouts?
hum-hum. Oh-oh. That is bad… But is the only one you missed so far… Everything else, we like alike. You know? I had a hunch that was something
to keep me here in New York and… You are it! You have somebody back in Texas? Oh sure. You like her? Oh. I am crazy about her. I wish you tell me more about her.
What is she like? Well, she is… pretty… Hair about your color… Brown eyes. I suppose she is crazy about you too. Oh Yeah. Every night when I come home
she runs clearly the gate to meet me What is she going to say about me? Oh… I don’t know. She´ll probably say:whinny soundYeah, you know horses. Yeah How many fans you got on the string? Not many.
Who? Just Mr. Chadwick, Mr. Melton, Mr. O’Brian, You! Is time for me to get a decent job so we can get married. Jimmy, You just propose me. Did I? I did! Is alright isn’t it?
Darling! Hey here, Mister… Not just now sonny Extra!
Extra!…read all about it…read all about it
…read all about it…read all about it
I am still pretty worried about
these Brussels Sprouts… Oh Jimmy… Could you settle for spinach? O.K. Come on, I have to tell them about it. And them we’ll be back Let’s go. EXTRA! EXTRA!
Plane Lost in mountain storm! We had hope… —until an hour ago. Then you…?
I will never see them again. Somehow…
I knew. Gentlemen… If you are here… What? Excellency? Keep the tobacco jar filled Joseph. And bring the hot towels as you usually do I know you are here I can’t see you or touch you But I know, you came home… She didn’t see us. I remember now. We were fine. It was a storm. The mountain.
We crashed. You heard me?
Everything went black for a moment… Then… we were here… I seem to feel alright… How are you Chad? Splendid! Light as air… My glasses… They are gone. I don’t seem to need them. So this is it… Sure is no more than walk from one room into the other.(Henry Scott Holland´s poem: ‘Death is nothing)How is your back? Oh, ho ho ho! Look at him! And my feet don’t hurt.
And I can see right through you George. You always could… And now, Do you believe in the immortal spirit of man? It is just the habit of being here
that brought us back for a while. For a while… And then… What? You are not afraid Chad…
– No… Only curious as to What comes next…? We’ll find that out when the time comes. Oh… Are we still in partnership? Looks like we are out of business. Yes. And good riddance too. Oh Jim, Don’t be ridiculous.
You can’t have three best-men. Who says that?
Why can’t I have three best-men? Joseph: Do you see Why can’t I have three best-men… What is the matter Joseph? You have not heard? Jimmy! It can’t be, Jimmy. It can’t be. Here is Madam Tanya, Madam Tanya! They loved you both. Very much. They were good to us. They were our friends. They brought us together. We came to tell them. For June… Jeanie. Ah poor kids. They came to tell us their good news. Strange seeing it from this side. There is no pain for us. Except their grief Everything seems fading. Far away. Except for loving people. Madam Tanya. Madam Tanya… In the library. Yes. What is going on? Just a couple of hundreds. …enough to get married on. You shouldn’t have done it. Money is bad for kids. Don’t forget you still owe us a diner
from the last time you were wrong. Dear Jimmy and Jeanie, Accept this gift for the happy day. I can see for your eyes is not far out You have our blessing. Just like them, to do this, for a couple of strangers… You are not strangers. You filled a very lonely place in his heart. But… Won’t you need this? No Jimmy, thank you. I am well provided for. Is there anything I can do? Perhaps Jimmy… You could come and live here for a while. So Joseph and I would have someone to look up. Oh I´ll be glad to Madam. Go now. You have a wedding to talk over. I could swear I could see them up there. So could I. I beg your pardon,
Are you related to the men who lived here? We were their friends. Could you give me some idea How they were like… The report is that they were eccentric all over. That is not true I should say not. They were swell. Well I am on the Daily Press.
My people wants human interest. Won’t you come along and talk it over? This is station W.R.C.
National network. New York City. You just heard the last news from the W.R.C. towerTime is fifteen minutes after…
Do you want me? Here is a story for the next week personalities
on the news forum. I´ll get those kids. Will you and Miss Lawrence kindly call at my office… regarding your appearance as guests regarding your appearance as guests …on our news broadcasting I think we should better Madam Tanya don’t you? Jim… They may give you a chance to sing I know you needed the chance. That is right Jimmy. Opportunities don’t come every day. What about Jeanie? It says in the telegram that they want her too. Oh I couldn’t
I´d be too scared. Go ahead and see what they say. Darling, if they let you sing, I know you’d be a hit. You’ll be famous. We´ll be rich. You´ll have a ranch with a million horses. And Madam Tanya can come and live with us. Yeah. We can all live happily ever after. I still say be better of back in Texas, in the ranch, where he belongs. Well, I agree with Michael. The boy have talent. Why shouldn’t he do something with his voice? Sure. Why not? What is wrong with him being a singer? The world needs music just as much it does buildings and bridges. Alright. Have it your way. But I am not in favor of it. My name is James Houston and I received this telegram from Mr. Bert. I’ll tel him your are here. Thank you. Mr. Bert.
Mr. Houston is here. Mr. Houston, you can go right in Thank you very much. Oh I am… Are you going to pick it up I sure hope I didn’t do any damage, Miss Terry. Oh that is alright. Where have I seen you before? Oh, probably in the paper.
– hum – hummm… Well? Texas? Are you going to sing on the air? I hope so… Well let me know when you go on… I’d like to hear you. My telephone number is on there. Good luck! Thank you Mam! Where can I phone? Right here, use this. Thank you, Oh Jimmy, really? Yes. They are going to put me on the broadcast tonight. Yeah, I am going to sing. Oh Darling, I know you´ll be good. Would you call Madam Tanya and tell her? I’ve got to go practice I mean, rehearse. Yeah, I’ll come by and pick you after is over. We’ll go celebrate. Bye honey! I’ll be singing to you. Bye, and Good luck! Darling. Rachel, …he is going to sing. Here? Not here.
I mean Jimmy He’ll sing tonight at 7:30 W.R.C. I got to tell all the nurses. Is my wife here? Only if she is a 9 year old. This is a children hospital. Hello Mom… Mom, I… Yeah. Mom? Why I call you for is a surprise… Yeah. I want you to tune in WRC at 7:30 p.m. N. Y. time tonight. Yeah. What? Oh no, Mom I don’t need them. Oh but mom is not cold enough for them. But mom, people don’t wear them in N.Y. Yeah. Now, don’t forget mom. 7:30 tonight. Yeah. Good bye mom. Thank you. Ah, You mind? No. It is quite alright. Miss. Terry’s apartment… Who is calling? No she isn’t in right now. I don’t know when she’ll be back. I´ll tell her you called Mr. Houston. Hello… Hello, Miss Terry. This is Jimmy Houston. Yeah. I met you at the radio station, You remember? Well I am calling you like you said because I will be on air at 7:30 You are? Yes. Singing. Oh you must be swell because Bart is tough. Thanks for letting me know. Good bye Mr. Houston. That was pretty good. Pretty good? Is a hit! We can go to a fast rehearsal just as soon as
Tommy Marshall returns from Florida. Oh, poor old Tommy. He´ll be making his entrances in a wheelchair pretty soon Don’t worry, he has his face lifted,
besides he still brings them in. What about some diner? Oh is quarter to eight… quarter to eight? Wait a minute, there is something I wanted to hear and I missed it. So why should we run? let’s get drenched in moonbeams. The blossoms of romance need showers to start Don´t shelter your heart. It is raining dreams. I heard the thunder crash the moment we kissed And now that we kissed, it is raining dreams. I saw the lighting flash and light up the skies. Or was it your eyes? It is raining dreams. We are caught in a moon shower with no place to run So why should we run? let’s get drenched in moonlight. The blossoms of romance need showers to start. Don´t shelter your heart. It is raining dreams. That was worse than heading off a stampede How was I? Alright. Here I come, Hello. Oh yes, Miss Terry. Yes. He is here. You are doing fine. Hello. Thank you. Well is nice of you to say so. Oh I mean it. Really. Oh just a minute, my producer,
Phil Hubert wants to talk to you. Hello Mr. Houston. Yes, this is Phil Hubert. Well, you are very good. Thank you very much. Well I be glad to, sir. Yes I have the address, I’ll be up there directly. Good bye. Well, he can go very far on with a voice like that. I see we can build him up in the radio and then
I get Kelly busy with publicity. And if he looks like you say he does,
I think maybe we’ve got something. I think we’ve… Got something… Jimmy, darling. You are marvelous. Oh thanks honey, but you don’t know the half of it, I am on my way
to see a fellow about my singing Yeah, I just came by to tell you
I can’t stay I’ll go right away Good bye. I’ll phone you latter. Good bye. I´ll be waiting. Well hello.
– Good evening Mam. This is Mr. Hubert, Mr. Houston- I am proud to meet you sir.
– Hello. Congratulations, you stop the show! Oh no mam, I reckon it was fixed to stop, I came out at the end. Well, How do you like the applause? Fine sir. I figure that half was good manners
and the rest was on the station pay roll Is a crime to spoil modesty like that.
Boy you are a natural. Miss. Terry and I are going over the book about the new show. Our leading man is beginning to creak a little.
We thought perhaps you may fit into our plans. Well I declare… You… You mean on the stage sir? Yes. Oh no I don’t think that I… Oh come on… have a drink. Have something to eat let get better acquainted. I feel lucky tonight! To success. Hello- I am sorry Dr. Brown is on day duty. Sweet Louise My Lady… Just about my success.
I am going to sing in a show. lovely music… Yes sir. You’ve better go to bed. It is after three. I am alright Joseph. I am alright. Good night Joseph.
– Good night! Oh well Why not? Who wouldn’t celebrate? He is getting his chance… Yeah, he has to get mixed up with a lot of cheap people, turn his head and make a full of him. He’ll drink too much and will laugh too much
and will loose his way. There are two sides to it George. The way I see it, he will give people a lot of pleasure. Ah, he is a good lad… …and he is in love with a fine girl. She will keep him steady. To be born innocent is natural, but to die pure of hart, …that is a gift. We´ll stick to your faith Michael. You may need it before you are through Ah you are always looking at the black side of things.George MeltonGeorge MeltonGeorge, no matter what you did. If you’re sorry for it,
no power of darkness can touch you I you only say your are sorry, George. That I didn’t need it. I have no remorse… I never did have.. I´d be a hypocrite, to say I am sorry now… Come in… I haven’t been in so very many nice things in my life. My parents were divorce. I was on the stage when I was fourteen. Then a bad marriage. A tough struggle Success and applause isn’t everything Jimmy Seat down Jimmy. Some times I get home sick too for some one of my own. Some one who really loves me, The way a woman wants to be loved. Oh she is a smooth one. Smooth as silk, that one is. Every move… Every word is figured… I want some one who really loves me
the way a woman wants to be loved… And him, taking it hook, line, and sinker.
(As it if all was true)Oh, I’ve made a lot of mess here You´ve got to help me Chad.
You’ve got to help me bring the boy back. Chad… I heard something… Do you hear something? It is happening right along… Is the old bugle call…
cavalry trumpet callThe last post…
cavalry trumpet callIt is for me Michael… Dad! dad. David! Dad! David! David! This is my boy Michael. My boy David. I though I’d never see you again. We all think that. I’ve come for you dad. Where now? What seems like? What do you want it to be like? I remember the old army post in signal Without the rings, of course… Ah we were happy there. Great country. Splendid regiment! Good horses. Good sports. Kin men… Then that’s it. Every man gets his dream. Lets go.
Mother is waiting. My Lyn… Good luck Michael. Good bye Allen! Not Good bye, old fellow. We’ll be seeing you. Won’t be David?
– That is right dad! Good luck Michael! Good luck! Ah… Don’t cry Jeanie. Don’t cry darling. That does no good. Take your Irish UP! You are prettier than she is. And sweeter too. And younger… Are you going to seat back and let her win over? Not if you are the girl I think you are. Sure if he is worth of loving a doll,
he is worth to be fighting for. Now, go to him… …and when he sees you, his love will remember… Put on your pretty things and go to him. Go now, Jeanie girl. And good luck! Good luck! Some times I get homesick for the prairie The stars, the quiet… The sound of a dog barking way off of the distance. Say, Do you like horses? My father used to practically live at the tracks Have it with them a luck Before I was ten I knew every racing horse in the country by its first name No fooling… Say, You know? You are a pretty wonderful girl. Am I? I am just a hick guy. I just don’t know why you’ve been so nice to me? I think a lot of you. But you know that. Don’t you? Don’t answer!Darling!My ex husband. Why is he here for?Darling!Take me in. No. You better go out the back way. I can’t sneak out… We don’t want a rub, unpleasant things have a way in getting into the papers Think of the show… But I can’t leave you here with him. Please. You, you’re sure you’ll be alright? Oh Jim… Let’s go away for a few days to the country I need a rest and you do too. We are always up for rehearsal. Wow… What about Mr. Hubert? Oh I’ll talk to him and he will make arrangements.
you go home and pack your bags And I’ll telephone you when I am ready to leave. Open the door! I thought so. You are Houston. Aren’t you? That is right. Ah, you don’t look like you been sneaking out of back doors for long She doesn’t want to see you. Get going! O.K. You’ll find out. Hello Jimmy. Hello Jeanie. I was worried about you. I just wanted to make sure you are alright. Oh. I am fine. Been awful busy… I wanted to talk to you but it seem… …like I haven’t had a minute. You are looking mighty fine Jeanie. You are looking well too. I am sorry about not seeing you Jeanie. I understand. Oh Jimmy, I am so glad about your success. It is just what I wanted for you. Thanks. Every thing happened so suddenly Jeanie Maybe later on, when things quiet down, and start to get my breath I… I guess I better go now. Good bye Jim. Good luck! Jimmy if things just do go wrong, or people don’t treat you right, or get sick or something, don’t… Don’t forget we are friends. Let me know what you need… Won’t you? You fool. Go after her. Don’t let her get away Jimmy. Hello! Oh hello! I talked to Hubert. Every thing is all set we can stay in till Tuesday
isn’t that wonderful? That gives us three days… I´ll pick you up in about twenty minutes, Will you be ready? You bet I will Bye! If there is anything important you can reach me
at the Pinewood inn but I mean important. If you don’t stop annoying me I´ll have you put away where you belong Arlene, I’ve been trying to see you
to tell you I have a chance to come back. Milton´s got a show He is… He is going to give me the lead if I can come on my feet again And… Well, I can’t do it alone. Milton is going to give you a lead?
– Yes. What are you trying to do? Get me? Look at you! I knew you wouldn’t care. I know there is someone else now. There’s always been someone elese… But no one loves you the way I do. Arlene… Arlene…
-Alright, take your hands off me. But Arlene… Please! Madam Tanya. I am worried about Jimmy. It is not right for him to go with this Terry woman.
No good will come by… No good will come of it. Nothing but trouble… Do everything you can to stop it. There she is now. I am Arlene Terry. Is Mr. Houston ready? I should see. It’s alright Madam Tanya Jimmy, please don’t go. What is the matter. You look worried. I am. That girl.. Lots of stories on the paper That is nothing but publicity. It don’t mean anything. Jimmy. A man can spoil his life over a woman. I know our friends wouldn’t like you to go away with that girl. Hum… She is fine. She… She gave me a part in her show. And we both want to get away to the country
for a few days before rehearses again Jimmy, Mr. Melton lost everything: Home, family, reputation, Over such a woman… Oh now you are making sound more serious that it really is. Don’t you worry. I’ll be alright. I´ll be back by Tuesday. Good bye. Well Who is that? Just the luggage. What is the matter? You seem nervous. I do? Say: Do you? Do you believe in hunches? Some times Why? I got a funny feeling we are going on the wrong direction. On the trail when I feel like that I usually turn back. Oh I can see you were cut out for the stage Jimmy,
superstitions and everything. There are superstitions on the stage…? Heavens, yes. Hundreds of them! Madam Tanya is the one who usually has hunches
and she is usually never wrong. Is she the disagreeable old lady that answered the door? Well she is not disagreeable, she has just been through alot You know? I don’t think I should have run off and left her the way I did. Oh nonsense, Jimmy. You shouldn’t be living in that rusty old house with those rusty old servants You should have an apartment of your own where you could do as you please I’ll find you one. Am I wind to much for you? Snuggle down. Oh you are so nice me Jim. Maybe you wont think that, after you know me better. Why not? Oh I got a lot of old fashioned bag woods Oh we’ll soon get rid of those. We’ll have a lovely time in Pinewood We´ll walk and ride horse back and roast chestnuts by the fire no crowds, no autograph hounds There is not to many people this time a year. I´ll have you all to myself. How fat to Pinewood Inn? About five miles. Where can I get something to drink? Right around the corner. Sum it up! I’ll be right back. Yes. Feeling any better? A little. I don’t know what is wrong with me either I feel sort of strange Oh come up, cheer up. We are on a holiday! Diner is ready to serve Miss Terry. Good! Food is what you need and plenty of it. Michael Michael O’Brian I am here. It is time Michael. Right now? Yes. Now! I can’t go now. We call ONLY ONCE. But I can’t leave Jimmy. He needs me. There is trouble coming, I got him into this. I must get him out. It means you’ll linger in the shadows of earth… For all time. I can’t go now. I can’tSO BE IT, MICHAEL!It gives me great pleasure to announce: That we have with us this evening TWO Two very distinguished Broadway personalities: Miss Arlene Terry and Mr. James Houston. You just got to take a bow Come on. It´ll be good for the show. If we try hard, we are making Mr. Houston to give us a song. Jimmy, Jimmy. Jimmy! Call fast for an ambulance. Quick! Sponge! … Let’s try and suture one chance… Take his blood pressure nurse. Jimmy. Mr. O’Brian. Oh Jimmy Why didn’t you listen? I tried to warn you. Jeanie… Oh Jeanie… She shouldn’t cry like that for me. She loves you Jimmy What ever happened to me anyway? You were too young and thoughtless… Success came too suddenly. And that woman… She’s… She is gone? She had no soul at all to go on Jeanie. I am sorry. If I could have only tell her. We make mistakes some times that can never be remedied. It’s my self I am blaming Jimmy. Not you. Michael, Michael O’Brian You came back Your mother would give us no peace. Until we came back for you. If it isn’t asking too much could you do me a favor before we go? Could you give the boy another chance? He is a good lad. And he’s learned his lesson. Give him a chance will you? So be it! Let him go back. Come along O´Brian You are the stubbornest soul we’ve ever loved Michael! George! George, I am glad to see you! What happened? How did you get here? I’ve come a long way out of darkness. Darkness is a terrible thing Michael. I thought of you and Chad… Your face and loyalty and friendship And then the bitterness began getting out of my heart. I saw a light. And I followed it, and it brought me here. Some times we have to go to the darkness alone before we can see the light. There is more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents M i c h a e l ! Michael!
– It is my mother.


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