The clip exposing-simon from What's Up, Doc? with Barbra Streisand, Barbra Streisand. Powered by: Anyclip. ...
The clip exposing-simon from What's Up, Doc? with Barbra Streisand, Barbra Streisand. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
- What are you doing here, Eunice? - No hard feelings, Bannister?
- C'est la vie. - C'est la guerre.
C'est la dreck.
I will be catching my plane now, so it will be arrivederci to all.
- Don't forget this, Simon. - What?
Would you care to have just a look at it, Bannister?
- That's very nice. - You deserved it, Howard, you really did.
I suppose there are some who think there's some merit...
...in the study of prehistoric mineral tampings...
...but I think the Hugh Simon theory of Swiss scale patterns...
...will stand the test of time. - What is that theory, Mr. Simon?
- I doubt you're qualified to understand. - Try me.
The Simon theory advances the notion that 16th-17th century Swiss composers...
Developed a uni-tonic scale pattern...
...based upon the uniform intervals utilized in the mountaineer yodel.
- You developed this theory? - I invented it.
That should come as some shock to Professor Findelmeyer.
- What are you talking about? - The Findelmeyer Proposition.
- I don't know what you're talking about. - Sure you do!
That has never been translated.
Just once! 1925, Harvard Press Musicological Review.
- It's probably out of print... - Of course!
Professor Hydrich Findelmeyer, the University of Zurich, 1911.
The controversial Findelmeyer Proposition. No wonder it sounded so familiar.
- I'm sorry, Simon. - This is unspeakable!
Simon, you're a plagiarist. What's worse, you're a bad loser.
I don't like you and I want you to go away!
The Foundation will make out a new check...
...and send it on to you at the conservatory.
- Thank you, Mr. Larrabee. - Frederick.
Howard, I've asked Eunice to stay on with me for a few days.