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Colonel Effingham's Raid
CastCharles Coburn, Joan Bennett, William Eythe
Newspaper editor Earl Hoats tells assistant editor Dewey, "My bosses up in Chicago aren’t worrying about what Stonewall Jackson did at Manassas." (0:08)
Hoats asks Dewey, "Are you crazy?"
Dewey: ”... a lot of people worried...” (0:11)
Reporter Albert Marbury tells Dewey, referring to Albert’s cousin Colonel Will Seaborn Effingham, "Two of us will make him nervous."
Dewey: ”Two of us didn’t make him nervous this morning.”
Hoats: ”And for my personal information find out the name of the last lunatic asylum he attended.” (0:13)
Albert tells Hoats, "It’s got reader confidence written all over it." (0:14)
Dewey asks Albert, "Say, is this cousin of yours just a nut, or is he just a nut?" (0:20)
Joe tells Mayor Ed, "The way to handle these nuts is to agree with them."
Doc Buden: ”Are you crazy?” (0:27)
Hoats asks Effingham, "Doesn’t that imply a lack of confidence in the government?" (0:31)
Effingham: "This embodiment of our common memories is a symbol of law and order and of democratic procedure, a symbol of what we fought the Revolution for..." (0:44)
Effingham tells Albert, "You may say that I have nothing but praise for the magnificent behavior of the troops." (0:48)
Hoats tells Dewey, "Since the WPA refuses to aid in financing the repairing of the old courthouse, even the most sentimental citizen will be practical enough to realize..." (0:49)
A bank president tells Effingham, "We are such stuff as dreams are made of." (0:55)
Effingham: "... I am proud, Albert, proud that you stepped forward among the first..." (0:58)