An office clerk loves entering contests in the hopes of someday winning a fortune and marrying the girl he loves. His latest attempt is the ...更多>
Jimmy MacDonald: If you can't sleep, it isn't the coffee. It's the bunk. Dr. Maxford: [to Hartman] Of all the confounded... [knock]
: [shouts] Come in! Jimmy MacDonald: How da you do, sir? I suppose I have the honor of addressing Dr. Maxford, I presume? Dr. Maxford: That's right. And this is my announcer Don Hartman. Jimmy MacDonald: Well, Mr. Hartman. It certainly is a pleasure to meet you. I've certainly enjoyed your personality on the air. Don Hartman: [pleased] Eh, congratulations to you! Jimmy MacDonald: Thank you. Here's the telegram, Mr. Maxford... uh, Dr. Maxford. Dr. Maxford: Yes, yes, yes. [reading] Dr. Maxford: Oh, yes... "great pleasure... informing you..." "$25,000!" "Kindly call and pick up your check." [to Hartman] Dr. Maxford: Bildocker has a great sense of the dramatic. You aren't by any chance a *coffee* drinker, are you, Mr. MacDonald? Jimmy MacDonald: Yes, sir, I certainly am. Dr. Maxford: Well, that's surprising. You don't by any chance drink *my* coffee, do you? Jimmy MacDonald: Well, no, sir, you see I... eh... Dr. Maxford: Oh, yesss . That sounds more natural. Jimmy MacDonald: But I could easily change. Dr. Maxford: That won't be necessary, Mr. MacDonald. I wouldn't want anybody to think that I had any *base commercial* motives in all this. I just *give* money away, because I can't *sleep* at night. I have a guilty conscience. Jimmy MacDonald: That's my slogan! The one I *won* with. Well... I guess you know all about that. Dr. Maxford: A guilty conscience, eh? I can see that my money is well spent. [staring blankly at Jimmy] Dr. Maxford: That's a *great* slogan. Jimmy MacDonald: No - no, sir. If ya can't sleep at night, it isn't the coffee, it's the bunk. Dr. Maxford: I beg your pardon? Jimmy MacDonald: It's a pun. Dr. Maxford: It certainly is. [staring blankly again] Dr. Maxford: It's *great*. Jimmy MacDonald: Thank you. Dr. Maxford: I can hardly wait to give you my money. [to intercom] Dr. Maxford: Bring me that contest check. Mr. E.L. Waterbury: I've been watching you for some time, Mr. MacDonald. Jimmy MacDonald: Yes, sir. Used to make me kinda nervous. [squirms in his shirt] Mr. E.L. Waterbury: Not nervous any more? Jimmy MacDonald: No, sir. [squirms in his shirt] Mr. E.L. Waterbury: Are you a drinking man, then? Jimmy MacDonald: Sir? Mr. E.L. Waterbury: This is part of your yesterday's work. I believe your number's 112. Jimmy MacDonald: Yes, sir.
Mr. E.L. Waterbury