Carmen

1
 Pastia - tavern keeper
in league with smugglers.
  Horace B. Carpenter.

2
The smugglers.

3
 "A new officer guards
the breach in the wall.
I will arrange with him
to let us pass."

4
   Don José,
the new officer.
  Wallace Reid.

5
 "I am looking for 
smugglers."

6
 "Smugglers pay well for
- blindness, Señor."

7
 "Do not try to bring
any smuggled goods
through here."

8
 "Don José cannot be
bribed. We must take
the stuff to the moun-
tains for the present."

9
 The
Smuggler's Camp.

10
GERALDINE FARRAR
       as
Carmen - the gypsy.

11
 "Why have you brought 
the goods here?"

12
 "This Don José cannot
be bought."

13
 "Every man can be
bought - with some-
thing."

14
 "Since you all are so
helpless, leave Don
José to me."

15
 "I will give you this
incorruptible officer
bound hand and foot
- by love."

16
  At
Pastia's
Tavern

17
 "Carmen will win
Don José for us."

18
 "Don José does not
come here. It is for
you to bring him."

19
The game begins.

20
 "To smuggle your goods
through, Carmen must be
near Don José. Give her
work in your factory."

21
 Sunset -
and Carmen
 smiles.

22
 "I dance tonight
at Pastia's."

23
 Under the
tavern lights.

24
  Escamillo,
  a toreador.
Pedro de Cordoba.

25
"Where is Carmen?"

26
 "My chance has come 
at last. Fame and fortune
await me in the bull ring
at Seville."

27
 "Let the toreador wait.
Your charms tonight are
for Don José."

28
 "You do not ask me 
to dance, Senõr."

29
 "My kisses are not 
so easily won."

30
 "We must use him
tonight before he thinks
of anything but me."

31
 "When I wave my 
mantilla in the breach,
be ready."

32
 "Bring the goods.
Carmen will get them
through."

33
 "Come with me to
Seville."

34
 "I will bring all Spain
to my feet - and yours."

35
 "I will answer you
here tomorrow."

36
"Send them away."

37
 "Would I come here
alone if I did not love 
you?"

38
 "They are my people.
Let them pass - for me."

39
The
  following
         day.

40
 "Go back to the factory.
Don José must not think
you have tricked him."

41
 "Your tongue is sharp,
but this cuts deeper."

42
 "The officers do not
pay for my clothes."

43
 "Keep on trying.
You may yet find a
blind one."

44
 "Let me speak to
my uncle"

45
 "They are taking 
me to prison."

46
 "And you will keep
the key of her cell."

47
 "My thanks, Señor -
and goodbye."

48
 "Take him to our
camp."

49
 "When our men come 
from Pastia's, send them
after us."

50
 "You must go to
Seville. You will be 
safe there."

51
 "Go to Pastia's and
bring Escamillo, the
toreador, to me here."

52
 "The chief needs more 
men - go to him."

53
 "I have paid the full 
price to make you 
mine."

54
 "Carmen belongs to 
no man. She is free"

55
 "Remember - you
belong to me."

56
The message 
of the cards.

57
 "The cards say I
am to die!"

58
 "Again the card
of death!"

59
 "I go to Seville with
Escamillo."

60
In the watches
of the night.

61
 "I follow Carmen
to Seville."

62
 "Find Carmen and
warn her!"

63
On the road to
   Seville.

64
In Seville

65
 "José waits by the
gates for Escamillo."

66
"I fear no man."

67
 "I wait for your 
lover."

68
 "I turned traitor and
I killed to win you -
then you gave yourself 
to him!"

69
 "My love is mine -
to give or to deny."

70
 "He shall not have 
you - my beautiful
Carmen."

71
 "You have killed me, 
José - but I am free!"


The End


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