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The clip Scott leaves the house Part 2 from The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) with April Kent, Grant Williams
I haven't seen you here before. You with the carnival?
Oh, no, I... No.
Just visiting then, huh?
I'm Clarice Bruce.
My name's Scott Carey.
I'm sorry, maybe you don't want any company.
No, don't go. I want you to stay. Talk to me.
How do you live with it, Miss Bruce?
What do you do?
I was born a midget.
It's the way I grew up. And now it's happened to you and that's different.
Different? That's another way of saying alone, isn't it?
Oh, but you're not alone now.
Still, it must be hard to forget the way things were.
Yeah, I'd like to burn it out of my mind.
Maybe the best way to begin is to start thinking about the future.
A future? In a worid of giants?
I've lived with them all my life.
Oh, Scott, for people like you and me the worid can be a wonderful place.
The sky is as blue as it is for the giants. The friends are as warm.
I wish I could believe that.
You've got to believe that.
Give me time, Clarice. I'll learn.
Oh! I'll be late for my show!
Oh, look, can I see you again?
Mmm. If you like.
You know, Scott? You're taller than I am.
The clip Scott leaves the house from The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Here it is, folks! The greatest show in the Midwest!
Come on in and see all the freaks and curiosities!
See Dolly Dumpling, the fat lady! She weighs 840 pounds!
When she sits down, she shakes and quivers
like a bowl ofjelly on a cold and frosty morning!
See Flamo! Flamo, the Fire-eater!
Here is one of the greatest attractions you'll ever see in your born days!
You will remember these sights for the rest of your natural life!
Time for the big show.
I would like you to meet a few of the exhibits here on the platform.
First we have Tiny Tina!
Here she is. 36-and-a-half inches of feminine pulchritude.
You'll see freaks and curiosities assembled from every part of the globe!
The most unusual aberrations assembled under this tent!
Contrived by a tricky Mother Nature!
Here they are in all their glory!
This exhibit is not only entertaining, it's educating...
Mind if I sit down?
No. Please do.
Don't be late, Clarice.
Pass me the sugar, huh?