City Lights

1
"To the people of this 
city we donate this
monument; 'Peace and
   Prosperity'."

2
Afternoon.

3
"Did you pick
it up, sir?"

4
"Wait for your 
change, sir."

5
Evening.

6
"Grandma."

7
Night.

8
"Tomorrow the birds 
    will sing." 

9
"Be brave! Face 
     life!" 

10
"No, I'll end it all!"

11
"I'm cured. You're 
my friend for life." 

12
"We'll go home and
  get warmed up."

13
"Any news?"

14
"Only that your wife
sent for her baggage,
        sir."

15
"Good!"

16
"Here's to our 
friendship --"

17
"No, I'll live!"

18
"James - the Rolls-
Royce. We'll burn 
  up the town!" 

19
Early morning;
homeward bound.

20
"Be careful how 
you're driving." 

21
"Am I driving?" 

22
"I like your car."

23
"Then keep it, 
 it's yours." 

24
"Where's my friend?"

25
"Let him in, he's
    my guest!"

26
"Let's buy some 
   flowers."

27
"Here's ten dollars." 

28
"I haven't any 
 change, sir."

29
"James!"

30
"Take these inside;
I'll be right back."

31
"Thank you for your
  kindness, sir."

32
"May I see you 
 home again?" 

33
"Whenever you 
 wish, sir." 

34
The sober dawn
  awakens a
different man.

35
"I'm out to everybody!"

36
"Whoever he is, get
    rid of him!"

37 
"-- and then he 
brought me home 
  in his car." 

38
"He must be wealthy." 

39
"Yes, but he's more 
    than that." 

40
That afternoon.

41
"My friend!"

42
"Come on home, I'll
give you a swell 
     party."

43
The party.

44
The morning after.

45
"I'm sailing at noon,
     so hurry!"

46
"She has a fever
and needs careful
   attention."

47
Determined to help
the girl, he found 
     work.

48
"Grandma, he's 
coming today!"

49
"Grandma, what's
     wrong?"

50
"Grandma, I wish you'd 
meet him; you're never 
 here when he calls."

51
Lunch time.

52
"Have you seen 
  the soap?"

53
"Be back on time!"

54
To play the part of a 
  gentleman without 
 the millionaire was 
difficult, but he did his 
        best.

55
"Wonderful! Then I'll 
be able to see you." 

56
"For me? Read
 it please."

57
"Now don't worry, I'll 
pay it the first thing 
   in the morning." 

58
Late.

59
"You're late for the 
    last time!" 

60
"Get out!!!"

61
"Do you want to make 
 some easy money?"

62
That night.

63
"Remember, we split
fifty-fifty; and you
promise you won't 
    hurt me."

64
"Be careful, the boss
   might hear us."

65
"I've got to beat 
   it; boss!"

66
"Do you want to fight 
for a fifty dollar purse,
  winner take all?"

67
"You'll fight him!"

68
"That's my lucky 
rabbit's foot."

69
"Let's take it easy and 
we'll split fifty-fifty." 

70
"Winner take all!"

71
Still hoping to get
money for the girl,
he wandered the city.

72
Back from Europe.

73
"Now don't worry 
about the girl, I'll 
take care of her." 

74
"Will a thousand 
dollars be enough?"

75
"Police! Help!!"

76
"He has been robbed, 
search that man!"

77
"Where did you get 
   this money?"

78
"Tell him you gave 
  me that money."

79
"Who is this man?" 

80
"This is for the rent."

81
"And this is for 
  your eyes."

82
"I must be going."

83
"How can I ever 
  thank you?"

84
"You're not going 
      away?"

85
"For awhile."

86
"But you're coming 
      back!"

87
Autumn.

88
"I'd like to order 
  some flowers."

89
"Why, what's the 
matter, child?"

90
"Nothing, only I 
thought he had 
  returned." 

91
"I've made a conquest!" 

92
"You?"

93
"You can see now?"

94
"Yes, I can see now."

THE END

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