Steamboat Bill, Jr.

1 
Muddy Waters. 

2
The new steamer,
    King.

3
J. J. King, owner.

	- Tom McGuire 

4
The old steamer,
Stonewall Jackson.

5
The owner, William 
Canfield, better known 
as Steamboat Bill.

	- Ernest Torrence

6
Bill's first and last 
mate.

	- Tom Lewis 

7
"This floating palace should 
put an end to that 'thing' 
Steamboat Bill is running."

8
"Looks like you'll have 
   to look for a new 
        river."

9
"I'll run on this river 
if I'm the only passenger 
     on the boat."

10
"Telegram from your
son -- it's been here
    four days."

11
"It's from my Willie, 
I haven't seen him 
since he was a baby." 

12
"Must be a big lad 
     by now."

13
"I'll bet he's bigger'n 
         me."

14
King's daughter, home 
from school.

	- Marion Byron

15
"Any of you boys looking 
     for a father?" 

16
"If you say what you're 
thinking I'll strangle 
        you!"

17
"Take that barnacle 
   off his lip."


18
"Why, Willie Canfield - 
what are you doing 
so far from Boston?"

19
"My father's here."

20
"So is mine and you'll 
     love him." 

21
"Is that -- Steamboat 
   Bill, Junior?" 

22
"Fix him up with some
working clothes for 
    the boat."

23
Working clothes 
for the boat - - 
 with her help. 

24
"No jury would convict 
        you." 

25
"If I find him on this boat 
again, I'll personally wring 
        his neck."

26
"That's what that's 
        for."

27
"If anybody else is caught 
on this boat....my son'll 
      handle him." 

28
"Show him what makes 
    the boat go." 

29
"Keep your hands 
    off him."

30
"I'm trying to teach 
you to run it - - 
 not 'wreck' it." 

31
Eight Bells and all 
     is wrong. 

32
"I'll pick the young 
man for you -- and it 
won't be the son of a 
   river tramp."

33
"I'll pick the young 
lady for you - - 
and it won't be a 
girl with a father 
   like that."

34
"What do you mean
throwing those -
cocoanut shells
on the floor?"

35
"Back to Boston you 
       go." 

36
Morning. 

37
"Are you responsible 
    for this?"

38
"Well, it ought to be 
condemned, the first
good wind would sink 
    it anyhow."

39
"This man not only 
threatened my life but 
has defied the law."

40
"King will see that he 
don't get out of here 
    for awhile."

41
"I've brought my poor
   father bread."  

42
"Throw both him and 
  the bread out."

43
"Tell him I made it 
      myself." 

44
"I'll just wait around 
until he is famished." 

45
"I guess I better go."

46
"I've changed my mind -- 
  I want the bread."

47
"No -- I don't think 
       you do."

48
"Come, my boy -- I was 
    only foolin'."

49
"I know what it is -- 
you're ashamed of my 
      baking."

50
"You talk to him, Sheriff."

51
"After all, the old bum 
   is your father." 

52
"That must of happened 
when the dough fell in 
   the tool chest." 

53
"Don't let him do that 
to you, Willie, bust him 
     on the jaw."

54
"What -- this shrimp 
      hit me?"

55
"If he'd ever hit you on 
   your jaw he'd break 
           it." 

56
"No, I might hurt you."

57
"Take him down to the 
 receiving hospital." 

58
"The pier is not strong 
enough to hold the 
boat against this wind."

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