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The Amazing Adventure

Cary Grant, Mary Brian, Peter Gawthorne, Henry Kendall
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The Amazing Quest of Ernest Bliss
Romance and Riches

Wealthy Ernest Bliss tells physician Sir James Alroyd, "I can’t eat. I can’t sleep, and I’m nervous."
Alroyd: ”No patient of mine in Harley Street ever has.”
”... you’re the fifth patient I’ve had here this morning suffering from the same complaint...” (0:05)

Ernest tells his butler Clowes, "Don’t worry." (0:10)

Secretary Frances Clayton tells Ernest, referring to their boss, "I’m worried about Mr. Masters." (0:18)

Frances tells Ernest, "It’s all too insane." (0:24)

Alroyd: "Crisis definitely passed. Nothing to worry about now, Mr. Danker." (0:32)

Gangster Dorrington’s henchman tells Ernest, "You should worry." (0:36)

Clowes, intoxicated, strikes the henchman on the head with a bottle, rendering him unconscious. (0:44)

Ernest: "Don;t worry any more about it, Clowes." (0:44)

Her prospective employer Mr. Montague tells Frances, "All my most confidential papers will go through your hands." (0:45)

Ernest tells Frances, "I had a dream the other night. I dreamt about Cinderella."
Frances: ”I must be crazy.” (0:51)

Frances tells her mother, "It was only a crazy dream, and dreams don’t come true..." (0:53)

Frances tells Ernest, "You had your own worries." (0:58)

Alroyd tells Ernest, "You carried out my prescription to the letter." (1:00)