The Garden of Eden

1
Under a Vienna
 moon - and over a
 Vienna bakery.

2
"I want to see the
     manager."

3
"There's a funny little
  girl out here who
  wants to see you."

4
"So, you're an opera
       singer."

5
"Show me your legs."

6
"Good! I'm sure you'll
 be a great success as 
   an opera singer."

7
"Don't you want to
  hear my voice?"

8
"Good evening, Monsieur
       D'Avril."

9
"Good evening, Baron."

10
"Good evening, Count."

11
"Good evening, Excellency."

12
"Good evening, Highness."

13
"Hello, Henri."

14
"May I see your menu,
    Madame Bauer?"

15
"Any new dishes?"

16
"Specially selected young
 Vienna squab - country
         style."

17
"I won't wear this
     costume!"

18
"But Madame Bauer
 chose this costume,
    personally!"

19
"Then let her wear it,
    personally!"

20
"I wouldn't wear a 
 costume like this for
 Madame Bauer or
  anyone else!"

21
"Rosa, why is this singer
 dressed in such a
 ridiculous costume?"

22
"Why Madame, you
 ordered it yourself!"

23
"Do you mean to tell
 me I ordered this
 disgraceful thing?"

24
"Get her that Puritan
 costume - she's a singer,
   not a soubrette."

25
"You'll be a sensation in
  the Puritan costume!"

26
"There's the costume
 for an opera singer!"

27
"But Madame - - you
 ordered the other
     yourself!"

28
"I'm sorry I got you into
 trouble, Rosa - you've
  been so kind to me."

29
"Don't bother about me.
 Thank goodness I start
    on my vacation
       tomorrow."

30
"I won't know what to
 do without you, Rosa -"

31
"- you're the only friend
         I have."

32
"Toni Lebrun is wearing
 the Puritan costume -
 you know what to do
  with your lights."

33
"I'll stand in the wings
   and pray for you."

34
"Just wait!"

35
"You're right - - she's
    a great singer!"

36
"You were marvelous -
    a sensation!"

37
"An influential gentleman
 who heard you sing
 wants to meet you - -
 he can do much for
    your career."

38
"I'll return in a minute."

39
"To our friendship!"

40
"I'll fix that!"

41
"To your career!"

42
"I'll fix that!"

43
"How dare you kiss a
 respectable, old
      woman?"

44
"Please don't remind 
     me of it!"

45
"You promised me
 squab but they served
   me seagull!"

46
"You're both fired!"

47
"Rosa, it's all my fault
   you lost your job."

48
"Don't worry about me.
 What are you going
      to do?"

49
"I have it - come with 
  me on my vacation!"

50
"I've money enough for 
      both of us."

51
"I want to know what
 we're doing in Monte
        Carlo."

52
"I want you to stop 
 asking questions!"

53
"For the last time,
 how are you going to 
 pay for all this?"

54
"For the last time, don't
     ask questions!"

55
"Now I know what 
    you are!"

56
"- you're a crook!"

57
"Rosa, you are a
    baroness!"

58
"If you're a baroness,
 why did you work at
 the Palais de Paris?"

59
"Fifty weeks a year,
 I am Rosa, cabaret 
 seamstress - scrimping,
 saving, hiding from my
      friends -"

60
"- then, for two weeks,
 I LIVE - - in pre-war
 style! One grand
 splurge that takes my
   whole pension!"

61
"But why did you
 register me as your 
    daughter?"

62
"Perhaps, my dear,
 because I would like
 to be your mother."

63
"I'm Richard Dupont -
 I live across the court."

64
"It's that fresh electrician
  you were flirting with!"

65
"Being somewhat of a
 composer, I admired your
 beautiful technique - -
 may I come over - to
 study it more closely - ?"

66
"I'd be delighted."

67
"I'll show him plenty of 
     technique!"

68
"You spoke to mother!"

69
"YOU SMILED!"

70
"I peeked through the
       keyhole."

71
"How dared you peek
 through a keyhole?"

72
"How dare anyone peek
 through a keyhole?"

73
"Your admirer must have
 lost his nerve - we'll
   dress for dinner."

74
"You're not going to 
 change now, are you?"

75
"Why don't you dress?"

76
"I feel so tired - -"

77
"Then we'll have dinner
         here!"

78
"There It is! Wait till
 you hear the reception
      I give It!"

79
"What brings you here,
   Colonel Dupont?"

80
"When I met you last 
 year I didn't know you
 had such a beautiful
      daughter."

81
"I don't want your
     flowers!"

82
"I won't dine with you!"

83
"And I never want to 
   see you again!"

84
"I want you to meet
  an old friend."

85
"Won't you ladies dine
      with me?"

86
"Antoinette is very
       tired."

87
"We'd be delighted to
   dine with you."

88
"UNCLE!"

89
"My nephew, Richard
      Dupont."

90
"May I join you at
     dinner?"

91
"Would you care to
      dance?"

92
"Would you care to see
 the Garden of Eden?"

93
"Do you suppose the 
 real Garden of Eden
 was as beautiful as
       this?"

94
"Perhaps - but the real
 Eve couldn't have been
 as beautiful as you are."

95
"I'm sure Adam told
 Eve she was the only
 woman in the world 
     for him."

96
"Our dinner!"

97
"I must tell my diary
 about the happiest 
  day of my life!"

98
"You've started that
 lightning bug again!"

99
"What My Lips Can't
   Say For Me,
 My Fingertips Will
   Play For Me - -"

100
"Rosa - - I'm so
     happy!"

101
"Poor dear - our happy
 days will soon be over."

102
"Why did you ever bring
       me here?"

103
"You can't do that! I'm
 going to marry her
      myself!"

104
"Have you asked her?"

105
"I'll give you thirty 
 minutes to propose. If
 she doesn't accept you
 in that time - - it's
       my turn!"

106
"I must see Antoinette.
 It's very important -"

107
"Then you'd better hurry.
 I've just given her a
  sleeping powder."

108
"Will you marry me?"

109
"Where is my nephew?"

110
"I hate your nephew!"

111
"I never thought much 
   of him, myself."

112
"I have something very 
 important to say to 
      you - -"

113
"Perhaps I can say it
 better with music."

114
"I composed this
 especially for you."

115
"I'm leaving for Monte
        Carlo."

116
The original Eve was 
 lucky - Adam had
  no relatives.

117
"When that door opens -
 start the Wedding March."

118
"Why hasn't Uncle Henri
 come to my wedding -
 I always go to his."

119
"A wedding present 
  from Richard."

120
"A wedding present 
  from Richard."

121
"A wedding present 
  from Richard."

122
"A wedding present 
  from Richard."

123
"I furnished my own
    underwear!"

124
"We won't wait any
 longer for Uncle
      Henri."

125
"Rosa, I can't go through 
        with it!"

126
"I still think I should
 have told Richard I
  am not your real
     daughter."

127
"I've legally adopted you,
 haven't I? You're my 
 real daughter and a
   real baroness!"

128
"Your bouquet!"

129
"Our dear relatives will
 build you a shrine for
 bringing a title into the 
         family."

130
"Uncle Henri is here."

131
"Hello, Uncle Henri."

132
"Uncle Henri would like
  to be presented to
         you."

133
"You may come in,
 Uncle Henri - but not
      Richard."

134
"Surprised, baroness?"

135
"Well - - if it isn't the
  wardrobe department!"

136
"You should be ashamed
 of yourself - - following 
      her here - -"

137
"He is Uncle Henri."

138
"I want to talk to
 Monsieur D'Avril
     alone."

139
"I know what you must 
   think of me -"

140
"I was too great a
 coward to tell Richard
     the truth!"

141
"But it isn't too late!
 He loves me - - he
 will understand - -"

142
"Uncle Henri has
 something to tell 
      you!"

143
"Then I'll tell him - -"

144
"It's not your fault, 
        Rosa."

145
"Richard will come back.
   He loves me - -"

146
"Richard is sure you will
 agree with him that the
  wedding can't go on."

147
"He appreciates the 
 expenses you must 
 have incurred -"

148
"- - and in return for
 his release he offers 
   you this check."

149
"Richard sent that?"

150
"- and if you let this 
 yelping pack of title-
 hounds keep you from 
 marrying a splendid 
        girl -"

151
"Who said I'm not going 
     to marry her?"

152
"There are your presents
 to me - now let your
 relatives pick your bride!"

153
"You're going to stop
 this nonsense, and get
  married right now!"

154
"Marry them!"

155
"Do you take this 
   woman - -?"

156
"Do you take this 
    man - -?"

The End


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