The Egg and I (1947): Dance Partners

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The clip Dance partners from The Egg and I (1947) I admire you tremendously. You're one in a million. Grea...
The clip Dance partners from The Egg and I (1947) I admire you tremendously. You're one in a million. Greatest sales resistance I ever met up with. Oh, thanks. It's no effort at all. Try and resist if you can, but Billy Reed will get his man. But I'm not a man. How's this? Fine. Ah, Bob, can't we talk about something besides chickens? All right, what'll it be? What about you? Do you like your farm? Oh, sure. And, Betty, does she like being a farmer's wife? She likes it fine. It was rough at first. But she's getting used to it. Men are such fools about women. They invariably marry the wrong one. I wouldn't say that. All my husbands did. Oh, Bob, darling, are you hurt? No, but... Party's getting rough. I think we better go in. Harriet, would you excuse me? Of course. See you later. Getting some air? How long have you been out here?
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