Hollywood Review Inaudibles
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.1168 Monday, 29 April 2002
From: Mike Jensen <
Date: Friday, 26 Apr 2002 09:39:40 -0700
Subject: Hollywood Review Inaudibles
The 1929 anthology film *Hollywood Review* has a comic scene derived
from the so-called *balcony* scene in Romeo and Juliet. There are two
places where I find John Gilbert inaudible, and would appreciate help
1) Romeo: Well then, let's get organized. Now I've got the old
boulevard (inaudible) out here all gassed up. The shoulder's nice and
smooth. What do you say to a little ride and such?
2) What is Romeo's final line, the pig-Latin?
Yes, I'm multi-tasking, so thanks,
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