Visiting her two sisters and brother, singer Petey Brown lands a job at small-time-hood Nicky Toresca's nightclub. While evading the sleazy ...更多>
Petey Brown: [admiringly] Hey, O'Connor. What kind of vitamins do you use? Nicky Toresca: I kind of go for that dress you're wearing.
: I was afraid of that when I put it on. Riley: Yeah, I'm so dangerous that I oughta be wearing a red lantern. All my life, it's been cherchez la femme. Gloria O'Connor: Cherchez la femme? Riley: Yeah, that's French for get 'em while they're young. San Thomas: I ran down like a clock. It was just as though I'd been wound up too tight and the spring broke. San Thomas: I'd make you sing the blues, honey. Petey Brown: I'll take that chance. San Thomas: Isn't life difficult enough without mixing it up with memories? Petey Brown: I don't know. Mine don't go back far enough yet. Petey Brown: Hello, Buddy. But you didn't have that black eye the last time I saw you. Buddy Otis: And you didn't have that color hair the last time I saw you. Nicky Toresca: I think maybe this town could do a lot for you. Petey Brown: I think maybe I could do a little something for this town. I'm sort of handy to have around. Petey Brown: She wouldn't give you the time of day if she had two watches. Johnny O'Connor: I work the night shift--I can't take her anywhere. Petey Brown: Well, honey, all I can say is you better change to the day shift.