Barbershop owners Stanley and Oliver both answer a personal ad from a rich widow seeking a husband. Oliver hides Stanley's reply and mails j...更多>
Stanley: [reading newspaper] Listen to this... wealthy young widow with large fortune seeks male companionship... object matrimony. Oliver:
It's probably some old crab with a face that would stop a clock!
Stanley: Well, I'd marry her. Oliver: You would! Stanley: No, listen... I'd take some of the money, and I'd have her face lifted. Then we could settle down, congenial, and we would have to scrape chins any more... wouldn't have to work hard any more. Oliver: Tell me that again. Stanley: Well, I could take some of the money... and I'd have her skinned... and she'd be able to look at a clock without having to work hard any more... and we could settle down and scrape each other's chin... and congenial... if I didn't have to work hard anymore. Oliver: I know exactly what you mean. Jitters the butler: [Watching Stan eat an imaginary meal] Eh eh eh! You're using the wrong fork! Stanley: [Looks and sees that he is, in fact, holding a spoon, which he throws down in disgust] You're nuts! Jitters the butler: Who said I was nuts?! Stanley: She did! [points to the widow]