The Meaning of Life (1983): In the Trenches of the Great War Part 2

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The clip In the Trenches of the Great War Part 2 from The Meaning of Life (1983) with Graham Chapman I'll ...
The clip In the Trenches of the Great War Part 2 from The Meaning of Life (1983) with Graham Chapman I'll be all right. There's just one other thing, sir. Spadger, give him the check. This is really going too far. I don't seem to be able to find it, sir. It'll be in No. 4 trench. For Christ's sake, forget it, man. You shouldn't have said that, sir. You've hurt his feelings now. Don't mind me, Spadge. Toffs are all the same. One minute, it's all please and thank you. The next, they'll kick you in the teeth. Let's not give him the cake. I don't want any cake. Look. Blackitt cooked it especially for you, you bastard. He saved his rations for six weeks, sir. I don't mean to be ungrateful. I'll be all right- Blackie! Blackie! Look at him! He worked on that cake like no one else I've ever known. Some nights it was so cold we could hardly move... ...but Blackitt'd be slicing the lemons, mixing the sugar and the almonds. I mean, you try getting butter to melt at 15 degrees below zero. There's love in that cake. This man's love and this man's care- Oh, my Christ! You bastard. All right, we will eat the cake. They're right. It's too good a cake not to eat. Get the plates and knives, Walters. Yes, sir. How many? Six. Better make it five. Tablecloth, sir? Yes, get the tablecloth. No, no, I'll get the tablecloth. You better get the gate-leg table, Hordern. And the little lamp, sir? Yes. While you're at it, you'd better get a doily. I'll bring two in case one gets crumpled. Okay! But, of course, warfare isn't all fun. Right. Stop that.
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