An American newspaperman and his wife, caught in the London blitz, lose their unborn child in an air raid. Outraged, they visit a shelter fo...更多>
[the censor cuts out most of Davis' writing about his experiences during the blitz] John Davis: All I have to show for my month in England is a few brilliant paragraphs ending with three sentences deleted here. The censor:
You'll find we're perfectly willing to sacrifice your chance to win a Pulitzer Prize for our chance to win the war.
[John Davis is trying to get other airplane passengers to leave behind their luggage so he can take one of the children on the flight] Japanese statesman: Oh, so sorry - but that would mean leaving my confidential files. Also, I must be back in Tokyo by early December [the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941] Peter Humphreys: [the children are taking their bathes. Peter and Margaret have their own tubs alligned next to each other with John Davis in the middle, helping them both] Thank you, my Mr. Davis. Margaret White: He is NOT your Mr. Davis, he's MY Mr. Davis! Peter Humphreys: No, he's MY Mr. Davis! Margaret White: No, he's MY Mr. Davis! [with that, Margaret splashes water at Peter] Peter Humphreys: He's MY Mr. Davis! [Peter splashes her right back] Margaret White: He's MY Mr. Davis! [Margaret splashes again] Margaret White: [the children's altercation continues and speeds up, with John Davis trying to plactate them both the whole time, and getting very wet in the process, but neither pay him any mind]