A Streetcar Named Desire (1951): Gossiping-in-the-back-room

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The clip gossiping-in-the-back-room from A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) with Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter. Po...
The clip gossiping-in-the-back-room from A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) with Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. It makes me so mad when he does that in front of people. - I think I'll go bathe. - Again? My nerves are in knots. Is the bathroom occupied? I don't know. - Oh, good evening. - Oh, hello. Blanche, this is Harold Mitchell. - This is my sister, Blanche DuBois. - How do you do. - How do you do, Miss DuBois. - How's your mother now, Mitch? Oh, she's about the same, thanks. She appreciated your sending over that custard. Oh, excuse me, please. Excuse me. - That one seems superior to the others. - Does he? - I thought he had a sort of sensitive look. - His mother's sick. - Is he married? - No. - Is he a wolf? - Why, Blanche. - Well, no, I don't think he would be. - What does he do? He's on the Precision Bench in the Spare Parts Department. The plant that Stanley travels for. - Is that something much? - No. Stanley's the only one in his crowd likely to get any work. Hey, Blanche, you're standing in the light. Am I? Gracious. You ought to see their wives. Oh, I can imagine. Big, beefy things, I suppose. - Do you know that one upstairs? - Oh, yes. Well, one night... And the plaster...! Hey, you hens! - Cut out that cackling in there. - You can't hear us. Well, you can hear me, and I told you to hush up. Stella. Look, this is my house and I'll talk as much as I want to. - Stella, don't start a row. - Oh, he's half-drunk. I'll be out in a minute.
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