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MISSISSIPPI GAMBLER

The NY Express' star investigative reporter Johnny Forbes (Kent Taylor) witnesses a murder at the racetrack. After lying to the police about recognizing the murderer, Forbes starts on the trail of killer Chet Matthews. Matthews used to be a hired gun for dead racketeer Jim Hadley. After a tip from Hadley's girlfriend, Forbes enlists the help of goofy cab driver Milton Davis (Shemp Howard) and begins a road trip on Matthews' trail that starts in Brooklyn NY, and ends in Brooklyn MS. Once there, Forbes meets lovely songstress Beth Connell (Frances Langford) at a high-class riverfront casino and immediately falls in love. He also finds Matthews... and the supposedly dead Hadley masquerading as Francis Carvel, a "reputable" Mississippi shipper, actually running a nationwide gambling racket. While Forbes plots to expose Carvel and write the scoop of a lifetime, Matthews and his henchmen plot to leave Forbes floating in the Mississippi.



Rereleased by RealArt Pictures in the early 1950s as DANGER ON THE RIVER.

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Featuring
Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
April 17, 1942
Studio
Universal
Production Type
Feature Film
Duration
60 min.

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Prod. No.:   1113
Shooting Days:   13 days   From: 1941-11-11   To: 1941-11-25

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"DANGER ON THE RIVER:" SAMUEL HORWITZ SOLO FEATURE: RELEASED ON APRIL 17, 1942:


CAST MEMBER NAMES AND THEIR ROLES:

KENT TAYLOR....................... JOHN J. FORBES.................... {Reporter 'New York Daily Express Newspaper"}
SAMUEL HORWITZ............ ... MILTON DAVIS...................... {Autocab Driver}
CLAIRE DODD....................... GLADYS LAVERNE................... {Jim Hadley's Ex-Sweetheart}
JOHN LITEL.......................... JAMES HADLEY AND FRANCIS CARVEL......{Mafia Don}
DOUGLAS FOWLEY................ CHESTER MATHEWS............... {Jim Hadley's 'Stooge'}
FRANCIS LANGFORD.............. ELIZABETH CORNELL............... {Singer At Colonial House And Johnny's Wife}
WADE BOTELER.................... ERIC BRANDON...................... {Johnny's Boss}
ALDRICH BOWKER................. JUDD HIGGINS....................... {Editor 'Clarion Newspaper' Brooklyn Mississippi}
EDDIE DUNN........................ SERGEANT DEXTER................. {Manhattan New York Police Department}
HARRY HAYDEN.................... SHERIFF DANIEL CALKINS.........{Brooklyn Mississippi Sheriff Department}
STANLEY ANDREWS.............. COLONEL KIRBY..................... {Proprietor Colonial House Casino}
EDDIE ACUFF....................... EVERETT.............................. {Clerk Saint George Hotel Brooklyn Mississippi}l}
PAUL PHILLIPS..................... SID..................................... {Jim Hadley's Thug And Bookie}
ROBERT BARRON.................. BERT................................... {Jim Hadley's Thug And Bookie}
GEORGE REED...................... ROY................................... {Porter At Plantation And Colonial House}
ALEXANDER LOCKWOOD........ SPENCE............................... {Jim Hadley's Thug And Bookie}
DAVID OLIVER..................... CROUPIER............................ {Proprietor 'Polters Hardware' Albany New York}

This feature starts off at the "Manhattan Park Raceway," where we see a bunch of spectators cheering their horses onto victory. Plus a camera from "The New York Daily Express Newspaper", filming the entire event.

HORSE ANNOUNCER: (In a serious and low monotone voice): "Bourbon Boy is going to the left. Road Time is coming in at the right. Marine Gear is at the outside. And Bourbon Boy is coming up front. And Marine Gear's now at the inside. And it's going to be a driving finish between Marine Gear and Bourbon Boy. Bourbon is taking the lead. And Road Time is coming in at the right. Marine Gear's now at the left. And something has happened to Roseland."

While the announcer was calling the horses we see the 'Star Reporter', for 'The New York Daily Express Newspaper,' John J. Forbes, at his seat jumping up and down in excitement as he is cheering his horses onto victory.

JOHNNY FORBES: (In total glee as he is waving his hands to help his horses onto victory and is holding a tout sheet): "Come on Long John, come on baby, Long John come on, come on Long John, come on baby. Come on Bourbon Boy, come on, come on Bourbon Boy!"

As Johnny was cheering his horses onto victory he does a double-take glance as we see a gentleman with a camera by the name of Chester Mathews, the mobster. Mr. Mathews is now focusing his camera on the horse Roseland and her jockey, as Chet has now gunned them down. We now see the mobster, Chet Mathews exiting the crime scene as he is being chased by Johnny Forbes.

HORSE ANNOUNCER: (After Chet has now gunned down Roseland and her jockey in a really excited voice): "Something has happened to Roseland. Roseland goes into the ditch. And it's Bourbon Boy, the winner!"

Johnny Forbes has now caught up with Chet Mathes as he is grabbing Mr. Mathews and his camera as Johnny is now throwing both Chet and his camera to the ground after Chet has hit Johnny with the camera.

We are now inside the office of 'The New York Daily Express Newspaper'. Johnny is sitting on the edge of his bosses desk with a look of devilment on his face as he has one leg bent forward and is playing with his hands, {acting dumb about not noticing the crime person}, Johnny is looking at the floor with a hurt and dismay look on his face. While his boss, {Mr. Eric Brandon}, is sitting there in his chair and is looking at Johnny with a really mad look on his face and Police Sergeant Dexter is walking in a state of madness as he is shouting at Johnny in a state of sheer madness as he is now stopping the film of the horse race and is bringing up the office lights.

SERGEANT DEXTER to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Sergeant Dexter is using hand gestures for madness and is shouting at Johnny madly): "Now there you are, the great Johnny Forbes, the poor man's Frankenstein, look at the hole through the mud. Pictures don't lie, but this one sure made a sucker out of you. John J. Forbes, the reporter with the photographic memory, what did you do, run out of film?"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is asking Johnny in a worried and questionable voice): "Are you sure you never saw him before, Johnny?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is giving Mr. Brandon a look of devilment and sheepishness as he is still sitting on the desk with one leg bent forward says in a sarcastic voice): "Y-E-P!"

Both Johnny and Sergeant Dexter are sitting on the desk while Sergeant Dexter and Eric Brandon are now giving Johnny "THE THIRD DEGREE!"

SERGEANT DEXTER to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Sergeant Dexter is shouting at him in total madness): "That newsreel shot proves that you got a perfect gad of the murderers kisser!"

JOHNNY FORBES to SERGEANT DEXTER: (As Johnny is still sitting there on the desk with one leg bent forward and Sergeant Dexter is also sitting on the desk as Johnny is looking at him with a perplexed look as Sergeant Dexter has a mad look on his face as Johnny states): "Who said I didn't. So I saw a guy's face, can I help it if I don't know who it belongs to?"

SERGEANT DEXTER to JOHNNY FORBES: (As the two of them are still sitting on the desk as Sergeant Dexter has a mad look on his face and is shouting at Johnny): "But, they tell me down at the office, that you're a walking Rhoades Gallery!"

JOHNNY FORBES to SERGEANT DEXTER: (As Johnny is sitting there in a full blown state of mischief and is saying to him in a sarcastic voice): "It was his camera that caught my eye, boy it was a honey!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandong is still sitting there at his desk and is looking at Johnny with a look of dismay and is asking Johnny): "You didn't notice anything peculiar about that camera?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is sitting on the desk and is giving Mr. Brandon an evil eye look says in a low and wicked voice): "Only that sweet looking telephoto lense, and how was I to know that it had a 'Silence .38' in it?"

SERGEANT DEXTER to ERIC BRANDON: (As Sergeant Dexter is looking at Mr. Brandon with a mad look and is saying in a sarcastic voice): "Brandon, you outta be proud of your 'Star Reporter,' a guy is an eye witness to a million dollar murder, and he can't even identify the killer!"

JOHNNY FORBES to SERGEANT DEXTER: (As Johnny is still sitting on the desk with one leg bent forward and is playing with his hands as he is looking at him with an evil look and is using a sarcastic voice): "Why should I know anyone so revolting?"

SERGEANT DEXTER to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is still looking at Johnny in thorough madness and is shouting at Johnny in disgust): "Are you sure it isn't one of these guys?"

JOHNNY FORBES to SERGEANT DEXTER: (As Johnny is sitting on the desk in total boredom says to Sergeant Dexter in a sarcastic voice and smiling slightly): "P-O-S-I-T-I-V-E!"

SERGEANT DEXTER to JOHNNY FORBES and ERIC BRANDON: (As Sergeant Dexter is now looking at them in madness and is using a mad voice): "Aaaaa, I bet my badge, this killing ties in with the nationwide clean-up on Bourbon Boy."

JOHNNY FORBES to SERGEANT DEXTER: (As Johnny is looking at him mischievously and is using a sarcastic voice): "Remarkable deduction, Sergeant!"

ERIC BRANDON to SERGEANT DEXTER and JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is sittin there in dismay as he is saying in a low and worried voice): "Every bookie in the country took a lickin' on that one!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON and SERGEANT DEXTER: (As Johnny is getting up from the desk and is slowly walking in a state of mischief as he now has a mischievous grin on his face says in a sarcastic voice): "Yeah, there was a ton of dough dumped onto that, too late to lay it on the tracks, and "Dexteroust" thinks the murder might tie in?"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is sitting there with his arms folded and says to Johnny in a mischievous voice): "Cut the comedy, Johnny!"

Johnny is once again sitting on the desk with one leg bent forward and has a look of devilment on his face and is laughing slightly. While Sergeant Dexter is standing there with a look of devilment on his face as Mr. Brandon is sitting in his chair with a look of dismay on his face.

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES and SERGEANT DEXTER: (In a serious voice and a serious look on his face): "Jim Hadley and his promiest days never pulled a bigger one than this!"

We now see Johnny still sitting on the desk and is looking at a photoshot with a look of dismay on his face as Sergeant Dexter is standing there with a look of wonderment on his face as Mr. Brandon is sitting there looking at both ot them with a look of madness.

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is pointing a finger at Mr. Brandon and says to him in a mischievous voice about the {so called}, murder of Jim Hadley): "I bet he's glad he's dead!"

JOHNNY FORBES to SERGEANT DEXTER: (As Johnny is giving him a quick mischievous glance): "You would of tied this one right around his neck, wouldn't you, Sarge!"

SERGEANT DEXTER to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Sergeant Dexter is standing there giving Johnny a mean look and is using a mean voice): "I'd sure be in there trying!"

We now see Johnny sitting on the front portion of the desk and is looking at a photoshot with a look of wonderment on his face as Mr. Brandon is sitting there looking at Johnny with a look of dismay as Sergeant Dexter is looking at Jonny with a mad look.

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON and SERGEANT DEXTER: (As Johnny is sitting there looking at the photoshot asks in a questionable voice): "Say, wonder whatever happened to out pal here He was Hadley's 'Stooge', wasn't he?"

Eric Brandon is now looking at Sergeant Dexter with a worried look on his face as Sergeant Dexter has now taken the photoshot from Johnny's hand who is sitting on the desk with a dumbfounded look on his face.

SERGEANT DEXTER to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is now looking at the photoshot of Chet Mathews and says in a serious voice): "Chet Mathews, I haven't seen him since Hadley's funeral, why?"

JOHNNY FORBES to SERGEANT DEXTER: (As Johnny is now answering him nonchalantly): "Just wondering!"

SERGEANT DEXTER to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is now looking at Johnny with a really devilment look and is using a wicked voice): "Have you seen Mathews, lately?"

JOHNNY FORBES to SERGEANT DEXTER: (As Johnny is now cocking his head and is sitting there with his arms crossed and is using a mischievous voice and is looking at him with an evil eye): "N-O!"

We now see Mr. Brandon sitting there with a devilsh look on his face as Johnny is still sitting on the desk in a state of mischief as Sergeant Dexter is now tossing the photoshot of Chet Mathews down on the desk in disgust.

SERGEANT DEXTER to JOHNNY FORBES and ERIC BRANDON: (In a thorough state of disgus says): "Aaaaah, I'm just waisting my time, come on Bill!"

We now see Sergeant Dexter and his partner Bill, who was standing there observing everything exiting the office in thorough disgust.

JOHNNY FORBES to SERGEANT DEXTER: (As Johnny is sitting on the desk with his arms folded and with a look of mischief says to him in a sarcastic voice): "Sorry, I can't be of more help, Sarge!"

SERGEANT DEXTER to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he and his partner Bill are now exiting the office as Sergeant Dexter shouts to Johnny in madness): "Y'aaaaah!"

We are now back inside of the office where we see Johnny sitting on the desk with his arms folded and a look of mischief on his face as his boss Mr. Brandon is sitting there looking at Johnny in a thorough state of disgust.

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is saying to Johnny in a really carrying voice): "I can't understand it Johnny, tough break you couldn't identify him!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is sitting there looking at him with a mischievous look states in a low voice): "Oh, but I did!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now waving his head to and fro in sadness says to Johnny): "Sure would of made a sweet......"

We now see Mr. Brandon looking at Johnny with a look of dismay on his face as his eyes are now bugging out of his head as Mr. Brandon is now realizing what Johnny has now said.

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (In a full blown state of wonderment says to Johnny): "Hunh, you recognized the murderer?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is still sitting on the desk and is giving him a devilish look says to him in a devilsh voice): "Sure, the guy that use to 'trigger' for Hadley, and his name is Chet Mathews!"

ERIC BRANDON: (As he is picking up the telephone receiver as Johnny is looking at him with a look of wonderment as Mr. Brandon is shouting loudly into the telephone): "Give me the Press Room!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny has a look of dismay on his face and is asking Mr. Brandon in a questionable voice): "What are you going to do?"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is still on the telephone waiting for the Press Room says to Johnny in a disgusted voice): "Repay for an extra, of course!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is now taking the telephone receiver from his hand and is hanging it up says to him in a quiet and carrying voice): "Aaaaah, no you're not, Skipper!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is looking at Johnny with a mad look and is using a mad and questionable voice): "Are you crazy!?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny has now finished hanging up the telephone receiver and is saying to him in a worried voice): "No, we could turn Mathews over anytime, but he isn't good for a headline. We outta go after the big shot, the guy that Mathews is working for, now there's a story with a front page spread!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is using hand gestures for worry and is saying to Johnny in a worried voice): "But, I don' like to withhold evidence from the Police!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is standing in front of him using hand gestures to support himself as Johnny has a look of wonderment on his face is explaining to him): "They'll get their evidence Skipper, in spades. I say, use Mathews as bait, to get this big guy, the guy who set this thing up, the guy who stepped into Hadley's shoes!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is sitting there listening to Johnny intensively and is looking at Johnny with a worried look and is saying to Johnny in a mad voice): "But, you don't even know where Mathews is!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is looking at him with a look mischief and is using a mischievous voice as he is reaching into his suit jacket pocke and is taking out a newspaper snipping says): "I've got an awfully strong hunch I can find him. I looked at the clips on the old Hadley mob, and that one there interested me in particularly!"

We now see the following newspaper snipping with the pictures of the Hadley mob. Gladys LaVerne, Jim Hadley, and Chet Mathews as the headline and article snipping states.

HEADLINE: "LOSES HER BROTHER AND SWEETHEART IN UNDERWORLD FEUD:"
ARTICLE SNIP: "Gladys LaVerne, Broadway and Nightclub star, shown here with her brother and her sweetheart, Jim Hadley in burglary charges."

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandong is still reading the newspaper snipping says to Johnny in a serious voice): "Aaaaah, yeah, I remember the case, weren't LaVerne and Hadley partners in the gambling syndicate?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is standing there looking at him with a look of bewilderment on his face and is using a mad voice): "That's right! Hadley accused LaVerne of double-crossing him and had him knocked off. The mob got sore and knocked off Hadley, nice people!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Johnny is leaning on the desk and is looking at him with a carrying look and is using a serious voice as Mr. Brandong is now setting the newspaper snipping down on his desk and says to Johnny): "Yeah, but that's ancient history, what's it got to do with Mathews?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is still leaning over the desk and is looking at Mr. Brandon with a wicked look on his face as we are now seeing another quick glimpse of the newspaper snipping as Johnny is saying in a serious voice): "Just this, LaVerne's sister might want to do a little talking about now!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is sitting there and thinking about what Johnny has just said and is agreeing with him in a serious voice and is using hand gestures to support himself): "Oooooh, okay, we'll play it your way for a few days. You know where you can find her?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is now looking at him in a happy manner and is using a serious and happy voice): "I think she still lives in Brooklyn!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is looking at his desk with a mad look and says to Johnny in a low voice): "All right, hop to it!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is now exiting the office in a really happy mood says to him): "So long, Skipper. I'll stop by the cashier and pick-up thirty bucks!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is using a questionable voice as he is questioning Johnny's money amount): "How much?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is now answering back to him mischievously): "Forty!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now shouting back to Johnny in a mad voice): "Get twenty!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is now exiting the office with a mad look on his face as he is mumbling to himself madly): "Why don't I mind my own business!

We now see Johnny skipping merrily down the stairwell of the office on his merry man hunt for the mobster Chet Mathews. He has now noticed an autocab with the number "WA 1243" on the drivers side door. Johnny is now looking right and left for the driver. He has now looked inside of the autocab for the driver and has now seen him. Being anxious to get on his way is now blaring the horn non-stop to get the drivers attention.

We now see the driver of the autocab, Milton Davis, talking on the telephone with his wife discussing plans for their wedding anniversary supper, {that never happened}. {If I may toss in a personal thought. If Milton knew what was in store for him, I know he would of never taken this first call}.

HUSBAND MILTON to WIFE EMILY: (As he is talking to her via the telephone as he is taking quick glances at his autocab and is using a serious voice says to her): "I gotta go now Emily, somebody's honking for me!"

WIFE EMILY to HUSBAND MILTON: (As she is now shouting back at him in a mad voice thinking that he doesn't want to talk to her): "Don't try to change the subject!"

HUSBAND MILTON to WIFE EMILY: (As Milton is standing there with a mad look on his face as he is saying back to he in a carrying voice): "No, I'm not trying to change the subject!"

WIFE EMILY to HUSBAND MILTON: (As she is still talking to him in a slight mad voice is now asking him): "Are you going to be home by seven o'clock?"

HUSBAND MILTON to WIFE EMILY: (As he is now getting antsy to get off of the telephone and attend to his autocab customer says to her in a mad voice): "Yeah, I'll be home at seven!"

WIFE EMILY TO HUSBAND MILTON: (As she still has him on the 'horn' and is saying to him in a serious voice as Milton is now pounding his hand on the lege on the telephone stand antsy to get going as she is saying to him): "I ain't forgettin'!"

HUSBAND MILTON to WIFE EMILY: (As Milton has now drawn an "X" across his chest and is saying to her in a very carrying voice): "I promise, I cross my heart!"

WIFE EMILY to HUSBAND MILTON: (As Emily is now yelling at him in madness says to him): "Don't forget to bring the spaghetti!"

HUSBAND MILTON to WIFE EMILY: (As he is now looking at his autocab with a worried look as he is beyond antsy to get going says to her madly): "Certainly, I remember what day it is, it's our anniversary, how could I ever forget it!?"

WIFE EMILY to HUSBAND MILTON: (As she is still on the 'horn' and is now 'hen-pecking' him to death says): "Be quiet, let me do the talking, well why don't you answer me?"

We now see Milton lowering the telephone receiver and is looking at it madly as he is now looking over at his autocab and the customer. All the while that Milton was on the 'horn' with his wife, Johnny in an anxious state kept on blaring the horn loudly and non-stop.

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny has now noticed Milton and has a mad look on his face as he is waving his hand in a come on style shouts to Milton): "Hey taxi!"

HUSBAND MILTON to WIFE EMILY: (As Milton is still tied up on the 'horn' with Emily and is saying in a state of madness as he is shouting at her in disgust): "I got a customer!"

WIFE EMILY to HUSBAND MILTON: (As Emily is still on the 'horn' and thoroughly 'hen-pecking' him in a disgusted voice as Milton is making quick glances at his autocab customer as she is shouting): "Never mind him, now listen to me. I'm sick and tired of listening to you day in and day out and all's I get......"

Milton Davis has waved a hand at the customer acknowledging him that he knows that he is there and will be with him as soon as possible.

HUSBAND MILTON to WIFE EMILY: (As he is now thoroughly disgusted with her says): "Yeah, yeah, look, bye bye, precious, kiss, kiss!"

Milton has now finally hung-up the telephone receiver on her and has a look of disgust on his face as he is now rubbing his ears.

MILTON DAVIS: (As he now has a look of worry on his face states): "Hunh, hunh, she's got a memory like an elephant!"

Milton is now walking briskly to his autocab and the very irate John J. Forbes.

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milto is now looking at Johnny with a mischievous look says to Johnny in a questionable voice): "Do you want a taxi, mister?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now answering Milton back in a sarcastic voice): "No, I just wanted to see if your horn could play "Yankee Doodle!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now laughing in a playful voice says to him mischievously): "Haaa, haaa, that's a hot one, where to chum?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTO DAVIS: (As Johnny is standing there with one hand in his trousers pocket and is answering Milton seriously): "2119 Davenport Avenue, that's in Brooklyn!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Johnny is now getting into the autocab and Milton is pointing a finger at himself and he is saying to Johnny in a serious voice): "Are you telling me? I was born in Brooklyn!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny has now finished getting into the autocab says to Milton in a happy voice): "Small world, isn't it?"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now getting into his autocab and has a look of devilment on his face answers back to Johnny mischievously): "Yeah, if you ride the subways!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Milton is now coming to a screeching hault in front of the flat complex where Johnny asked to go and is starting to get out of his autocab as Johnny says to him seriously): "Wait here, I'll be right out!"

We now see Johnny walking up the stairwell to the flat complex and is briskly walking to the flat that he wants and is now ringing the door buzzer. We now see Gladys LaVerne opening the door with a look of wonderment on her face as she is holding on a tether by her side a very beautiful, wonderful, and majestic looking Great Dane.

GLADYS LaVERNE to DUKE the POOCHIE: (As Duke the Dane is now barking at Johnny in a state of guarding her as she is looking at Johnny with a look of I don't know who you are as she is saying to the magnificent poochie): "Quiet, Duke!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys is looking at Johnny in wonder and is asking him in a quiet and questionable voice): "What do you want, mister?"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As he is looking at Gladys with a serious look and is using a serious and questionable voice replies back to Gladys): "Why, you don't remember me, do you Gladys? And after the swell yarn I did on you too. I'm Johnny Forbes, covered Hadley's funeral for 'The Express', remember?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys is now looking at Johnny with a sweet look and is answering back in a sweet and low voice): "Oh, now I recognize ya, all right, come in!"

We now see Gladys backing up into her flat with Duke as Johnny is now removing his hat and is walking in and shutting the door behind him.

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at Gladys with a devilsh look and is asking her in a questionable voice): "Was that Jim Hadley's dog?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (With a look of madness on her face and in a mad voice says): "Yeah, surprised I keep him under the circumstances?"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is now smiling happily at her as she has happy smile on her face as she now lets Duke free and he says to her in a happy voice): "Can't blame the dog for what he did!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys now has a mad look on her face and has now walked behind Johnny as she is now crossing her arms as she says to Johnny in a sarcastic voice): "That's the way I figure it. Well, you didn't come to pass the time of day, what's on your mind?"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As he is looking at her with a serious look and is using a serious voice): "Chet Mathews!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys is now putting a hand on her waist and is saying to Johnny in a mean and sarcastic voice): "That rat!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As he is looking at her with a mean a devilsh look on his face says to her in a mean voice): Yeah, I always figured he could of tipped your brother off, if he wanted too!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys is standing there with a worried look on her face as Johnny is looking at her in a state of worry as she says to him in a low voice): "Well, he was only Hadley's 'Stooge', what do you want with him?"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at her seriously and is asking her in a serious voice in reference to Chet Mathews): "Would it break your heart if he got the Chair?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now sitting on the back of a chair and says to him in a sarcastic voice): "Haaaa, it would break my heart if I didn't get a ring side seat!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is now standing in front of her looking her with a devilsh look as he is smiling evily as he states to her mischievously): "Maybe can arrange it, if I can find him?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at him with a perplexed look on her face and in a questionable voice asks Johnny): "Where did you hear of him last?"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is answering seriously and with a mean look on his face): "Manhattan Park, yesterday?"

We got a quick glimpse of Johnny as he gave Gladys a sweet smile and is still holding his hat.

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys is talking to Johnny in a low and serious voice with a dismayed look on her face): "The mob use to have a regular routine, it they're still in business, Albany's the next stop!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is now looking at he with a pleasant look on his face and is using a happy voice): "Albany, thanks kid, could you use a 'Double-Saw'?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys is smiling sweetly at Johnny and says to him in a very thankful voice as Johnny is now giving her the dough): "I guess the landlady could."

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at Gladys with a really carrying look and says to her in a carrying voice): "You're not working?"

GLADY LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now smiling at him sweetly and answers him back in a low and sweet voice): "Not lately!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at her with a sweet smile and says to her in a low and carrying voice): "I'll spot you someplace. I get around you know!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is smiling sweetly at him says): "I could use a job!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (In a serious manner as he is smiling sweetly): "Keep you in mind!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys has a ook of happiness on her face and a happy voice): "Thanks!"

We now see Johnny waving a finger at Gladys as he is walking towards the door to exit as Gladys is walking happily behind him to let him out. Johnny is now taking his hand oof the door knob as he has thought of one more thing to as Gladys.

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at Gladys with a puzzled look and is using a questionable voice as he is now turning around and asks her): "If you were going to Albany, where would you look for Mathews?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she i looking at him with a serious look and is using a serious voice): "You might try a place called 'Polters'. Say, Left Cortez sent you and aaaaah, you want to buy a bridal!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As the two of them are now standing there smiling at one another sweetly as Johnny is now saying to her mischievously): "A bridal? Just what I need. Be seeing ya!"

Johnny has now exited from Galdys flat as she is looking at him happily as she is getting ready to shut the door.

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Johnny is now exiting and she is saying to him in a carrying voice): "Good luck!"

Gladys has now shut the door of her flat as she has a really happy look on her face as Duke has now run up to her in love as she has given Duke a sweet pet on his cute, and majestic head.

We are now outside of Gladys' flat complex where Johnny has now skipped merrily down her stairwell as Milton has now closed the passenger side door of his autocab as he just helped Johnny in.

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now looking at Johnny with a serious look on his face and is asking Johnny in a carrying voice): "Where now, palsy?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny now has a big and happy grin on his face as he says to Milton in a mischievous voice): "A-L-B-A-N-Y!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is asking Johnny in a serious voice not realizing what Johnny has now said): "Yes sir, what street?"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton has now realized what Johnny has ow said flinches a tad and puts a hand on Johnny's shoulder in a state and is using a worried voice): "A-L-B-A-N-Y, A-L-B-A-N-Y, New York?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As he is looking at Milton with a mad look and is saying to Milton in a mad voice): "Yeah, come on, I'm in a hurry!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is standing there with his hands in his trousers pockets and has a worried look on his face as Milton is now saying to Johnny in an apologetic tone of voice): "Afraid I can't mister, this is my wedding anniversary and Emily's kinda funny about those things."

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is looking at Milton with a look of dismay and is saying to Milton in a re-assuring voice): "But, you'll be back by evening!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton now has a sheepish look on his face as he is looking at the ground says to Johnny in a low voice): "Well, I could use the dough!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now waving a finger at Milton in madness and says to him in a mad voice): "Well, never mind, I'll get another cab!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is grabbing Johnny's arm to stop Johnny from hailing another autocab says to Johnny in a serious voice): "Wait a minute, if I'm home by seven, it's olay, you see, I promised Emily I'd make the spaghetti......"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now interupting Milton as Milton now opens the door for Johnny as Johnny is saying a low monotone voice): "A-L-B-A-N-Y!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton has finished making sure Johnn is all right says in a carrying voice): "Yeah, sure, hop in!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton has now helped Johnny into his autocab as he is now running happily to the driving side of his autocab has now stopped. Johnny is looking at him with an icy glare on his face as Milton is finishing his spaghetti story): "You see, I met my wife in a spaghetti joint, and our daughter insists we have it every anniversary, and from what......"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is glaring out of the window at Milton and not giving 'two hoots and a hollar,' about Milton's story says to Milton as Johnny has now intertupted him again): "A-L-B-A-N-Y!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton has a dumbfounded look on his face as he now snaps his fingers and is getting in behind the driving wheel says in a low voice): "Yes, that's right!"

We are now on our way to the second cheque point to where we might be locating the wanted mobster Chet Mathews as Milton is now happily driving down a totally dark and eerie Interstate as we are now passing the following different city and mileage markers on our way to Albany.

PEEKSKILL, NEW YORK: {6 MILES}: {To Your Left}:
NEWBURGH, NEW YORK: {2 MILES} {To Your Left}:
KINGSTON, NEW YORK {5 MILES}: (To Your Left}:

We now get a quick glimpse on Milton as he is behind his driving wheel with a really happy look on his face as the tarrif counter is now up to 132$.45¢, {and counting}.

Milton has now looked quickly in the back seating area to see if Johnny is all right. Milton has now taken his hands off his driving wheel and is rubbing them in glee at the thought of the dough that he is now making. Milton now has a worried look on his face as he grabs the wheel quickly to correct his driving as he has now veered into the on coming traffice lane to get back int his lane. We are now reaching our second spot, Albany as we see a sign that reads:

ALBANY
CITY
LIMITS

We are now at of our many, many, many, final destination points, Albany, as Milton is now haulting his autocab and is getting out with Johnny as we are now in front of 'Polters Hardware Shoppe'.

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now looking at 'Polters Hardware' in glee as he is now saying to Milton in a really happy voice): "Yeah, this is it, all right!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is pointing a finger at the hardware shoppe not knowing the reason behind the fact that Johnny wanted this particular hardware shoppe says to Johnny in a voice of wonderment): "You come all the way to Albany looking for a hardware store?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now answering Milton gleefully as Johnny is now entering the shoppe}: "That's right!"

MILTON DAVIS: (As he is turning his back on Johnny and the hardware shoppe and now has a really worried look on his face as he is now getting back into his autocab says in a worried voice): "Oh, I better watch that guy!"

Johnny has now entered 'Polters Hardware' Shoppe, {which is a front for illeagle horse bettings}. Johnny now thinks he has come upon the mobster Chet Mathews.

SHOPPE PROPRIETOR, {CROUPIER}, to a CUSTOMER: (As he has now finished cashing the customer out says politely): "Thank-you!"

CROUPIER to JOHNNY FORBES: (As the propietor is now approaching Johnny with a serious look on his face and in a professional manner): "Yes?"

JOHNNY FORBES to CROUPIER: (As Johnny is now looking at him with a serious look on his face as Johnny is now placing his order): "I want two pounds of 'Ten Penny' nails, a pound of white lead, a yardstick, and a hammer!"

CROUPIER to JOHNNY FORBES: (In a very professional manner as he is now getting ready to place the order): "Yes, sir!"

JOHNNY FORBES to CROUPIER: (In a serious, low, and questionable voice is asking him like an after thought order): "Oh, by the way, do you know where I can get a bridal?"

CROUPIER to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is looking at Johnny with a really worried and scared look on his face and is asking Johnny in a worried voice in reference to the bridal order): "Who sent ya?"

JOHNNY FORBES to CROUPIER: (As Johnny is no looking at him with a really serious look on his face as Johnny is now answering him in a low voice so's not to be over heard): "Lefty Cortez!"

CROUPIER to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Croupier is now nodding his head in approval to Johnny in a low voice): "Okay!"

We now see Croupier leading Johnny to a back room that is the location of the illeagle betting ring. Croupier has now knocked twice on the door and then rang a door buzzer and is entering the gambling ring.

We are now inside of the gambling ring where we now hear one of the bookies place a bet: "Two-two-and two on 152, cheque!" We now hear the ringing of a telephone as Croupier is now walking up to one of the bookies.

CROUPIER to ONE of the BOOKIES: (As he now has a really worried and scared look on his face as he is saying in a low voice): "This guy wants to see you, he's okay, Lefty Cortez sent him!"

BOOKIE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As the bookie is now looking at Johnny with a serious and worried look as he is asking Johnny in a worried voice): "What do you want?"

JOHNNY FORBES to the BOOKIE: (As Johnny is now looking at him with a mean look and using a mean voice): "I'm suppose to meet Chet Mathews!"

BOOKIE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As the bookie has a really scared look on his face and is saying to Johnny in a low voice not to be over heard): "Well, Chet ain't here!"

JOHNNY FORBES to the BOOKIE: (As Johnny has an evil look on his face and is answering back sarcastically): "Well, how do ou like that? I was told to meet him here!"

BOOKIE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As the bookie is glaring at Johnny blankly and is saying to him in a low and mean voice): "Well, you're gonna have to step on it if you want to catch up with him brother, try his hotel in Buffalo, his next stop!"

JOHNNY FORBES to the BOOKIE: (As Johnny is now giving the bookie a look of thanks as Johnny is now exiting says to the bookie): "Much, obliged!"

Here we go again on our third leg of our journey trying to locate that no good, scoundral, mobster, Chet Mathews. We now see Johnny exiting the illeagle betting ring behind 'Polters Hardware', smiling happily with his hands in his trousers pockets while the poor, innocent, bedraggled and very obedient Milton is now standing outside of the hardware shoppe with a worried look on his face as he is now wondering what is in store for him next. Johnny is now approaching Milton in a worried state.

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is looking at him with a concerned look and is asking Johnny in a questionable voice): "Did you get what you want?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now putting a hand on Milton's shoulder as Johnny is looking at Milton with a worried look and is using a worried voice): "Yeah, you got a gasoline credit card?"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is looking at Johnny with a concerned look and using a serious voice): "Sure!"

JOHNNY FOBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As he is looking at him evily and is using a mean and low voice): "Okay, filler-up, we're on our way to Buffalo!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As we now see Milton flinch a tad in worry as he is looking at Johnny with a worried look as Milton is putting a hand on Johnny's shoulder as Johnny is glaring at Milton meanly as Milton is saying to Johnny): "Yes sir, Buffalo, boy have a heart mister, Emily will murder me!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is looking at him meanly as Milton is looking at Johnny in a worried state as Johnny says to Milton meanly): "Say, what are you, man or mouse?"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is looking at Johnny with a sheepish look on his face as he is saying to Johnny in a worried voice): "Mouse, you don't know Emily!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As he is saying to Milton in a carrying voice and has a carrying look on his face states): "Okay, run onto Emily. I'll square up with you when I get back to New York!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is looking at Johnny madly and Milton is pounding his fists together and is saying to Johnny in a worried voice): "Unh, hunh, Emily cheques my metre and I gotta lay the dough right on the line!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is looking at Milton sheepishly and is using a mischievous voice): "Of course, if you want to trust me to mail you a cheque?"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is opening the autocab rear door and is polietly helping Johnny in says to Johnny in a low and worried voice): "Oh, no, it's perfectly all right, hop right in, it's all right!"

We now see the very obedient Milton now boogeying off to Buffalo as he is now taking Johnny to what Johnny thinks is the location of the mobster, Chet Mathews. As wer are now boogeying our way to Buffalo we are now passing these city and mileage signs.

SYRACUSE, NEW YORK: {10 MILES}: {To Your Right}:
ROCHESTER, NEW YORK: {3 MILES}: {To Your Right}:
BUFFALO, NEW YORK: {1/2 MILE}: {To Your Right}:

We are now in Buffalo where we see Milton standing outside of the 'Traverse Hotel', scratching his head and pacing to and fro in boredom and worry as he is waiting for Johnny to return.

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now walking briskly past Milton out of the 'Traverse Hotel' in a hurry to get going says to Milton in a low and demented voice): "Well, he isn't here, so the next stop's Pittsburgh!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now in a full blown state of madness as he is saying to Johnny in a mad and questionable voice): "Pittsburgh, now look it mister, I gotta get home or Emily will......"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is giving Milton a carrying look and is using a carrying voice flavoured with madness says): "Relax, will ya, I'll get your dough for you at the next stop, I'll call the boss!"

He we go once again leg four on our merry and wild goose chase after the scoundral, low class, mobster, Chet Mathews as we are now on our way to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now waving a finger at Johnny in a full blown state of madness as he is saying to Johnny madly): "All right, Pittsburgh, but no further!"

MILTON DAVIS: (As he is scratching his ear and has a perplexed look on his face as he is now saying mischievously): "Emily ain't gonna believe this. I don't believe it myself!"

We now see the poor, innocent, bedraggled, tired, hor tied, and very obedient Milton now taking Johnny to Pittsburgh on Johnny's man hunt for the scum of the earth mobster, Chet Mathews.

We are now passing some more city and mileage markers that read as follows:

ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA: {4 MILES}: {To Your Right}:
YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO: { 6 MILES}: {To Your Right}:

Milton is sitting behind the driving wheel yawning in a sheer state of exhaustion as we are now seeing a sign that reads as follows as we are now on our full blown humongous goose chase after the scoundral, Chet Mathews.

YOU ARE
NOW LEAVING
PITTSBURGH
COME AGAIN

Milton is now one-hundred percent tied up with Johnny and his wild goose chase on hunting down Chet Mathews as wer are now seeing a map with a white line being drawn to represent Milton's autocab driving to the different locations to which Johnny wants to go to try and nab Chet Mathews. We are now seeing the following states on our crazy goose chase after Chet Mathews.

UPPER RIGHT: {INDIANA}:
UPPER CENTRE: {OHIO}:
DEAD CENTRE: {WEST VIRGINIA}:
LOWER RIGHT: {VIRGINIA}:

We are now continuing our long and exhausting journey man hunt for the low class, Mafia scoundral, mobster, Chet Mathews. We now see Johnny Forbes behind the driving wheel as Milton is now snoozing in the back area of his autocab.

MILTON DAVIS: (As he is talking in his sleep): "Emily, as I'm standing here, it wasn't my fault, he wanted to give me a cheque...... . Don't Emily, don't." {Milton in his sleep is now raising his arms up to ward off Emily from hitting him}.

Milton has now woken up from his sleep as we now see the tarrif counter now reading 158$.00¢ and climbing as Milton is now slapping his face and is saying in worry 158...... bucks!"

Johnny has now given Milton a quick glance and is slightly smiling mischievously and he is shaking his head. We are now back on the map where we see the white line representing Milton's autocab as we are now reading the following different states including our newest one on our fun and wild goose chase for Chet Mathews.

UPPER RIGHT: {INDIANA}:
UPPER CENTRE: {OHIO}:
DEAD CENTRE: {WEST VIRGINIA}:
LOWER RIGHT: {VIRGINIA}:
LOWER LEFT: {KENTUCKY}: {Our Newest Addition}:

We are now in the state of Kentucky where we see Milton waiting for Johnny standing in front of a restaurant with a sign that reads 'Rosaties'. Milton is now standing in front of a postal box and is penning a letter to Emily.

HUSBAND MILTON to WIFE EMILY: (As he is now penning the following words to Emily): "And from there, we went to Louisville and it's awful hot. I'm here now, it's awful hot here. But must be much hotter there where you are, yes, I miss you very......"

As Milton was penning his letter to Emily he was being approached by Johnny.

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now approaching Milton from behind and is shouting to Milton madly): "Brooklyn, next stop!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton has a look of glee on his face as he is now ripping up the letter says in a happy voice, {thinking Johnny means New York}): "Oh, boy I'll beat this letter home!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is giving him a mean look and is shouting at Milton in a mean voice): "Brooklyn, Mississippi!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton has a worried look on his face and is staggering from the postal box in panic says): "Brook...... oh, I'll get murdered, aaah, aaah, aaah, aaah, aaah, aaah, aaah, aaah!"

We are now heading for the state of Mississippi as we are now seeing the brow beaten, hog tied, bedraggled, and very obedient Milton behind his driving wheel as he is now taking Johnny to Mississippi. The tarrif marker is now reading 162$.45¢, {and climbing}.

We are now passing the following different city signs:

SAINT LOUIS: {MISSOURI}:
POPLAR BLUFF: {MISSOURI}:
BLYTHEVILLE: {ARKANSAS}:
MEMPHIS: {TENNESSEE}:

Milton is now knocking on the division glass that separates himself from Johnny who has his feet propped up and his hat over his eyes and is holding a newspaper and was taking himself a 'cat-nap'.

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton has now roused Johnny from his 'cat-nap' says to Johnny in a voice of wonderment and with a look of bewilderment on his face states): "Hey, there's a big creek up ahead!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny now has a look of mischief on his face and is saying to Milton in a mischievous voice): "Creek? that's the 'Mississippi'!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Milton is sitting there with a perplexed look on his face as Johnny is now reading to Milton the following directions): "Cross the bridge, turn left, hundred miles!"

We now see Milton looking at Johnny with a very mad look on his face as Johnny is now once again resuming his 'cat-nap'!

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton now has a look of grimace on his face and is saying to Johnny in a mad voice): "Hundred miles more!"

It is now night time and we have now finished our long and exhausting one hundred mile, last leg jaunt on our wild Chet Mathews hunt. We are now finally in Brooklyn, Mississippi. Johnny and Milton are bothe exiting from the autocab. Johnny is now stretching, as we see Milton stomping his feet to get some circulation back into his legs. Johnny and Milton are now walking into a lobby of a hotel as they are now rubbing their backs, stretching and yawning from their long and exhausting journey.

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny has a worried look on his face as he is using a kind tone of voice says to Milton): "You know Milt, I can't understand how we missed him. We've just been a day behind him all the way from the yard. He must be around here somewhere!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now looking at Johnny with a really worried look on his face and is using a serious voice): "Yeah, but where?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny now has his hands on his back and is approaching the cheque in stand of the hotel says to Milton mischievously): "We'll find him all right, he couldn't dissapear into thin air!"

JOHNNY FORBES to HOTEL CLERK EVERETT: (As Johnny is standing at the cheque station with his hands on his back and is using a serious voice): "Hey chum, I hate to bother you, but we'd like to have a double-room with bath!"

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett is now standing up and acknowledging Johnny professionally): "It ain't too much bother, stranger, sign here!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is tapping Johnny on the shoulder and is saying in a worried voice): "And I hate to bother you, but will you call your boss for that dough!"

We now see Johnny turning around and nodding his head in mischief as he is winking at Milton in a state of agreement as he is now signing in both himself and Milton.

EVERETT to MR. FRANCIS CARVEL: (As Mr. Carvel is now approaching the cheque in counter): "Good evening, Mr. Carvel, be with you in just a moment."

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny is now finishing signing the guest sheet as he is looking at Everett with an evil look and is using a wicked voice): "You wouldn't happen to have a Chet Mathews registered here?"

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett is now answering Johnny in a really professional state): "Chet Mathews, I'm afraid not."

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny is now in a full blown serious state politely asks Everett): "Want you to put in a long distance telephone call for a Mr. Eric Brandon, 'New York Daily Express,' Johnny Forbes, calling!"

As Johnny and Everett were engaged in their conversation Mr. Carvel {Hadley} was standing there waiting patiently as Milton was standing behind Jonny with his hands in his trousers pockets as he was watching Johnny with a dumbfounded look on his face.

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett is still using a professional manner says to Johnny in a very serious voice): "Would you mind waiting just a moment, Mr. Forbes?"

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (In a full blown state of mischief and is waving a finger at Everett states): "Not at all!"

FRANCIS CARVEL to EVERETT: (As Mr. Carvel is asking Everett in a very polite manner): "Any mail for me Everett?"

EVERETT to FRANCIS CARVEL: (As Everett is responding back in a carrying voice): "I'll see, sir!"

We now see Mr. Carvel as Johnny is now giving him an evil double-take look as he thinks that Mr. Carvel is not Mr. Carvel. But the 'Mafia Don' Jim Hadley, {who was suppose to be left for dead, but isn't because Johnny's prediction is correct}.

EVERETT to FRANCIS CARVEL: (As Everett has now chequed to se if he got and daily post is now approaching and saying to him professionally): "Nothing, Mr. Carvel!"

FRANCIS CARVEL to EVERETT: (As Mr. Carvel is now exiting from the hotel says in a serious voice): "Thank-you, Everett!"

As Francis Carvel was exiting we now see Johnny and Milton looking at him with looks of dismay as Johnny is really wondering if that isn't the {Mafia Don, Jim Hadley}.

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett is asking Johnny seriously): "Now, what was that phone call you wanted, Mr. Forbes?"

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny is looking at Everett with a devilsh look and a questionable tone of voice): "hunhm, oooooh, who was that?"

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett is answering back professionally): That was Mr. Francis Carvel."

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny has a look of dismay and is saying to Everett mischievously): "That's funn, for a minute I thought I knew him. Does he live around here?"

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett is looking at Johnny with a perplexed look and is answering Johnny seriously): "Well, he keeps a room here, stays now and then, his Plantation is quiet a ways out of town."

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny looking at him seriously and using a mischievous voice): "Platation? What's his business!"

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett has a look of dismay on his face and is using a serious voice): "He's retired, does a little gambling now and then, just for the sport of it."

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny is using a low and questionable voice): "Gambling, where does a guy go when he feels a little lucky around here?"

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett is now 'letting the cat out of the bag,' as he is saying to Johnny seriously): "Well, there's the 'Colonial House', at the foot of Magnolia Avenue!"

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny has now patted Everett on his arm in kindness and using a thankful voice as he is giving Everett a wink): "Colonial House, ehy? Much obliged!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is standing there with his hands on his waist, a serious look on his face and a questionable voice): "Say Milton, did you ever see a face that bothered you?"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton has a devilsh look on his face and a mischievous voice): "You mean. besides yours?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is looking at Milton in a full blown state of devilment): "All right, cheery it to, let's go!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton has a look of hurt on his face and is using a hurtful voice): "Now, wait a minute, what again? I'm sleepy!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny i saying to Milton in a mean voice and a mean look on his face): "Well, go to bed then."

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is grabbing Johnny's arm in madness and is begging Johnny in a mean voice): "What about that telephone call, and the dough?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is waving a hand at Milton with a mad look on his face and a mad voice as Johnny is once again procrastinating about getting Milton the dough): "I'll take care of it in the morning!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Johnny is now exiting and Milton is waving a finger at him in madness and is shouting at Johnny madly): "If my wife divorces me, I'll name you as correspondent!"

MILTON DAVIS to EVERETT: (As Milton is approaching the cheque station with his clothing says to Everett in mischief): "Here, wash these chum, spray the cuffs and knock off the buttons. Say is rice in season?"

We are now trying to catch Jim Hadley in his act as we now see a sign that reads as follows:

COLONIAL
HOUSE

We are now inside of the 'Colonial House', a swanky, fancy gambling joint, the gentlemen are dawned in tuxedos and the ladies are wearing full lenght evening gowns.

SPENCE to CHET MATHEWS: (As Spence, {one of Jim Hadley's thugs}, is walking up to Chet and is saying to him in a low voice not to be over heard): "You're wanted in the 'Private Room'!"

We are now inside of the 'Private Room', where we see Chet Mathews entering in, in a really happy state.

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet is saying to him in a really happy mood): "Hi boss, got a good report for ya, everything on the outside is just...... ."

We now see Chet Mathews sitting down at a table with a really worried look on his face as his boss is giving him a really mean and ugly look as Francis-Jim is playing with a cartridge from a .38-snub nosed gat.

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet has a look of hurt on his face and is using a hurtful voice): "What't the matter?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As Francis-Jim is outrageously mad is saying to Chet in a nasty voice): "Why didn't you give your name and address to the Police?"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet is sitting there in a dazed state and using a worried voice): "Now wait a minute, the Cops don't know a thing!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As he is sitting there in a state of thorough madness states): "I build a business, a big business, I can't operate in New York myself, so I send you and what happens you get yourself followed by a newspaper man!"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet is looking at him with a really worried look and questionable voice): "A newspaper man?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (In a thoroughly mad state): "Yes, a Mr. Johnny Forbes of 'The New York Daily Express'!"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet is now in a full blown state of worry and panic): "Forbes, he didn't recognize you, did he?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As Jim is giving Chet the most evilist look imaginable and using an evil voice): "Now, what do you think?"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet is now thoroughly panicking out): "No, of course he couldn't!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As Francis-Jim is now pacing around his office like a lion as he is now totally outraged with Chet says): "It seems he's looking for you, Chet!"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet is looking at him with a really petrified look and is using a questionable voice): "Why should he be looking for me?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As he is leaning forward on the table with an evil look and an evil voice): "Maybe he's curious about a certain race track incident!?"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet is now panicking to the enth degree): "But, all the papers said he couldn't identify me!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As he has his hands on the table with a mean look and an evil voice): "I don't suppose that struck you as rather strange, you run squarely into a reporter famous for his ability to remember faces!"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet has a dazed look on his face and is using a dazed voice): "Yeah, and I had to slug him with a camera in order to get away!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As he is sitting there looking at Chet madly and is using an evil voice): "And, very conviently he doesn't remember you, although he's seen you dozens of times in the past!"

Jim is now pacing around his office like a lion once again fully outraged with Chester Mathews.

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet has an evil look on his face and is using an evil voice): "I don't get it, why should he dummy up if he did recognize me?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As Jim is now flipping the .38 snub cartridge and is saying to Chet seriously): "If I were you Chet, I'd do a lot of thinking about that one!"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet is sitting there in a state of hurt is now saying to Jim): "I am thinking, where is he now?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As Francis is pacing around his office in madness, flipping his 'friend', the .38 snub cartridge and answering Chet in a serious voice): "Just chequed into the hotel!"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet has now picked up his hat and is exiting to the hotel in full blown madness): "Okay!"

We now see Chet Mathews exiting the 'Private Room' of the Colonial House on the way to the hotel in his search for Johnny Forbes. Plus we see Francis-Jim starring into outter space with a really demented look on his face.

Chet Mathews is now outside as he is now stopping 'dead in his tracks' and is standing there on the main veranda with a really scared and worried look on his face as he now has noticed Johnny Forbes standing in the driveway of the Colonial House. Chet has now 'put his tail betwixt his pants', as he is doing a double-take back into the 'Private Room' of the Colonial House and is now approaching Francis-Jim in a state of panic.

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet is standing there freaking out as Francis-Jim is sitting at his desk scared witless): "Forbes is just going inside, I gotta find a hide-away. How about the Platation, your place?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As Chet is now 'quaking in his boots' and Francis-Jim is still sitting there playing with his 'friend the .38-snub cartridge', says to Chet in a low voice): "You're to stay away from there, I told you that before!"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet is leaning on the desk with a really scared look on his face and is using a panicking voice): "But, what am I gonna do, boss?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As Francis-Jim is sitting there with a devil may care look on his face as Chet is now leaning against the desk totally petrified out as he says to Chet): "I'm afraid that's you little problem, Chet!"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Chet is still standing there in a horrible state of panic as Francis-Jim is still at his desk nonchalantly not really giving a 'ding-dang' what is in store for Chet as Chet is now saying in a state of panic): "We, gotta take care of that guy!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As Che is in a horrible state of panic as Francis-Jim is playing with his hands and says to Chet in a wicked voice): "W-E!?"

CHET MATHEWS to FRANCIS CARVEL (JIM HADLEY): (As Chet is now looking at him freaked to the 'enth degree' is saying to him in a panicking voice): "Yes we, I'm not taking any rap alone!"

We now see Chet leaning on the desk as Chet now has an evil and scared look on his face as Francis-Jim is still at his desk not carrying 'two hoots and a hollar' about the state of Chet Mathews as he is still playing with his 'friend Mr. .38 snub-nosed cartridge', and laughing evily.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As Francis-Jim is being slightly nice and says to Chet in a low and slightly carrying voice): "I think I understand, all right, maybe I have better give you the benefit of my advice!"

We now see Francis-Jim placing his 'friend the .38 snub cartridge', down on his desk as he is now giving it to Chet Mathews.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to CHET MATHEWS: (As Francis-Jim has now given Chet his 'friend' and is getting up to exit is now saying to Chet meanly): "Let me know, I'm staying at the hotel tonight!"

We now see Chet Mathews picking up the .38 snub cartridge as he is now reading the initial carved on it "J. F.". Chet is now putting the cartridge into his pocket and is now opening the door that leads into the main area as we now see another one of the thugs entering in.

CHET MATHEWS to BERT: (As Chet has now opened the door and is calling in Bert quietly): "Bert, tell Kirby I wanna see him!"

BERT to CHET MATHEWS: (As Bert is now entering the 'Private Room' in a serious state and is using a low monotone voice): "Okay!"

We now see Bert exiting to find Kirby as Chet has now shut the door. We are now back in the main gambling area where people are gambling and Johnn is stalking around evily for either Chet Mathews or Jim Hadley, {or both}. Johnny is standing in front of a 'Twenty-One Table', and is trying his luck at it as we now see in the background the lovely 'Beth Cornell', getting ready to sing:

BETH CORNELL'S FIRST SONG: {START}:

"There goes my romance, and all my dreams of you. Who whispered sweet nothings that nevre will come true. There goes my romance, you're taking it away, and leaving me nothing but sighs and sighs of grey. I found that love would be a cause for applause and cheer. But now I know it's only another occasion for tears. So, farewell to my romance, that's not the saddest part. Along with my romance there goes my foolish heart. I though that love would be a cause for applause and cheer. But now I know it's only another occasion for tears. So, farewell to my romance, that's not the saddest part. Along with my romance there goes my foolish heart."

BETH CORNELL'S FIRST SONG: {END}:

All the while that she was singing we saw Johnny standing in the side lines giving her 'goo-goo eyes'. And the audience is now applauding loudly in agreement. We now hear the orchestra playing as we now see Johnny leaving the main area and is following Beth outside on the main veranda.

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As he is now approaching her in a polite and carrying state says): "I beg your pardon. I don't think we better talk here. Oooooh, don't be offended please. You see I've been looking for you for such a long time."

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny sweetly and says in a low voice): "Looking for me?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking at her sweetly and flirtatiously as she is looking at him sweetly as Johnny states): "I knew the minute I saw you!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny perplexed and is using a questionable voice): "I'm quite sure, I never seen you before!"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is still flirting with her and looking at her sweetly and using a loving tone of voice): "As a matter of fact, I hadn't see you just until a moment ago. When I did well, there you were just the way I knew you'd be!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is walking slightly away in sort of an embarrassed manner and is saying sweetly): "What are you babbling about?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As he is looking at Beth with a sweet look on his face and is using an apologetic voice says): "I'm terribly sorry. I'm John J. Forbes, but you'd wanna call me Johnny, of course!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny in a state of dismay and is using a slight sarcastic voice): "Is this suppose to be a joke?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking at her in a flirtatious manner and smiling sweetly as she is looking at the ground in embarrassment as Johnny is saying): "No, it isn't suppose to be. You're not married are you? Aaaaah no, of course not, you couldn't be!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking away from Johnny with a look of wonderment on her face and Johnny is still her 'goo-goo eyes' as Beth is asking Johnny): "And, why couldn't I be?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking at her sweetly and is using a loving voice): "Well then you'd have to get a divorce, and I'd feel awfully sorry for the fella that lost you. And besides I don't believe in long engagements, do you?"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is looking at Johnny carryingly and says to him slightly laughing): "You are crazy, aren't you?"

Beth is now leaving as Johnny is walking briskly to catch-up with her as he is now stepping in front of her as Johnny is still flirting with her.

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking at Beth in true love and says to her question): "Absolutely, I've been that way for many five minutes now. Shock I suppose. I certainly didn't expect to find you here. For the moment, I wasn't really looking for you!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny in a state of love and is using a sweet voice): "No!"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is saying to Beth in a carrying manner and says in a serious voice): "No, I, I, was looking for a Chet Mathews."

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is looking at Johnny madly and is using a questionable voice): "Ooooh, Chet Mathews?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is now in a worried state and is using a questionable voice): "You know him?"

As Johnny and Beth were standing in front of 'The Colonial House', 'Spooning', we now see Colonel Kirby approaching them.

COLONEL to BETH CORNELL: (As the Colonel is now sauntering up the veranda in a happy state): "Good evening, Miss Beth."

BETH CORNELL to the COLONEL: (As Beth is looking at Colonely happily and smiling and using a polite voice): "Oh, hello, Colonel, you're just in time!"

COLONEL to BETH CORNELL: (As the Colonel is now approaching both of them and is asking Beth in a worried voice): "Is anything wrong?"

BETH CORNELL to the COLONEL: (As Beth is acknowledging Johnny and says in a mischievous voice): "This is John J. Forbes, 'of the crazy Forbes', he's looking for somebody!"

COLONEL to BETH CORNELL: (As he is looking at Johnny in a perplexed state and is laughing slightly about Beth's introduction): "Crazy?"

BETH CORNELL to the COLONEL: (As she is now taking a few paces forward and is using a playful voice says to the Colonel): "Oh, he's perfectly harmless!"

We now see Beth exiting away as Johnny is watching her and the Colonel is now approaching Johnny.

THE COLONEL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As the Colonel is now asking Johnny very professionally and seriously): "Can I be of any assistance to you, sir?"

JOHNNY FORBES to the COLONEL: (As Johnny is now turning around and looking at the Colonel in a full blown state of politeness says): "Why, you certainly can Colonel, what's that young ladies name?"

THE COLONEL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As the Colonel is happily looking at Johnny and is using a carrying voice): "Why, Beth Cornell!"

JOHNNY FORBES to the COLONEL: (As Johnny is standing there awe strucken as he is saying to the Colonel in a polite voice): "Beth Cornell, Beth Cornell. I like it. You'll have to excuse me now sir!"

We now see the totally in love Johnny Forbes with a love look on his face and glee in his voice as he is now running up to meet her. Beth is now sitting on a rock next to the beautiful lightly rippling and moonlit Mississippi River. Johnny is now walking up to her in a full blown state of love.

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is standing in front of Beth and is saying in a low and loving voice as he is now trying to propose to her): "Beth Cornell, that's a beautiful name too. It's a shame that you have to change it. But that's life."

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Beth has now turned away in love and crying as she is looking at the beautiful rippling and moonlit 'Mighty Mississippi'. Johnny is now using a passionate voice): "I know just how you feel. The Hudson hits me the same way. You'll get so you will love it. I wanna be there the first time you see it. I can se us now, coming up from the subway, hand and hand and there it will be, your wedding present.
TO: BETH FROM: JOHNNY. Manhattan in the Spring!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth has now been 'bitten by the love bug' as she is gazzing lovingly into Johnny's eyes and states in a loving voice): "I guess, Mr. Mathews coudl tell me if you always act like this!"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL (As Johnny is now lost in the 'land of love' says questionably to Beth): "Mr. Mathews?"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As the two of them are standing there looking at each other lovingly as Beth says in a carrying voice): "Yes, Chet Mathews, didn't you say you were looking for him?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is saying to her in a really shocked voice as if he has forgotten that he has asked her about him): "Aaaaah, that's right, then you know him!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is standing by Johnny in front of the beautiful rippling and moonlit 'Mighty Mississippi' says in a carrying voice): "Just casually, he's one of the clubs best customers, when he is in town!"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking at her carryingly and asks in a questionable voice): "Have you seen him lately?"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is standing there totally in love and looking sweetly at Johnny states): "Yes, I passed him when I was going to do my first number. Oh, that's my cue, I'm a working girl, you know, I have to sing for my supper!"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is now gazzing into her eyes in total love and says sweetly): "I'm going to change that too!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is standing there in awe strucken love and says to the toally in love Johnny sweetly): "You really mean that, don't you?"

We now see Johnny nodding his head at her in total love and compassion as the two of them are now holding hands and walking int the Colonial House in full love as Beth is getting ready for her second number. As they were smiling at one another and then kissing. We now see Chet Mathews looking at Johnny in a scared and worried manny as Chet is now trying to sneak away from Johnny Forbes for cover. Johnny has now noticed Chet sneaking for what he thinks is safety as Johnny now has a look of meaness on his face.

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny with a worried look and using a worried voice): "What is it?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking in the direction of Chet Mathews in a devilsh manner): "Saw somebody I know!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny worried and using a worried voice): "Who?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (In a really wicked voice and an evil look on his face): "Chet Mathews!"

Chet has now decided not to go into the Colonial House for cover as he has now noticed Johnny. Chet is now getting into an automobile to make his get away.

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now looking in the direction of Chet in dismay and asks Johnny in a carrying voice): "Why don't you call to him?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is still looking in Chet's direction as he is saying to her in a low voice): "I want to surprise him, excuse me, I'll be right back!"

We now see Beth standing there looking at Johnny with a really hurt look on her face as Johnny is now tailing after Che Mathews in a state of madness. Chet is now speeding away from Johnny. Johnny is now taking Milton's autocab and he is now speedign to catch-up to try and nab Chet as Beth is standing on the veranda of the Colonial House watching the entire event in a state of panic.

JOHNNY to the AUTOCAB DRIVER: (Who Johnny thinks is Milton, but really is one of the thugs, names Spence): "Driver, keep him in sight, I don't want to lose him!"

We now see Chet Mathews speeding and driving wrecklessly as he is trying to get away from Johnny as the driver of the autocab is also wrecklessly driving an speeding as he is catching up with Chet Mathews.

JOHNNY FORBES to the AUTOCAB DRIVER: (As Johnny is in the back seating area in a really wicked manner and is using a wicked voice): "Not too close driver, I don't want them to know we're following them!"

We now see Chet Mathews driving wrecklessly onto the sidewalk of the Plantation.

JOHNNY FORBES to the AUTOCAB DRIVER: (As Johnny is shouting at him in a state of panic because he wants out to chase after Chet): "He turned on onto the walk, stop and let me out!

We now see the 'Thug Spence' opening the separation window of the autocab as he is looking at Johnny with a really evil and demented look as Johnny is now noticing the autocab driver is one of Francis Carvel {Jim Hadley's} thugs, Spence. Johnny has a really scared and petrified look on his face as the thug is now stopping the autocab.

THUG DRIVER SPENCE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is now opening the door and is looking at Johnny with a demented look and is saying to Johnny in an evil voice): "Get out!"

We now hear the whistle of a tug-boat as Johnny is now getting out of the autocab in a really petrified state as he is looking at Spence evily as he is now walking to the Plantation in a state of scaredness and panic as the thug is now following after Johnny with a .44 magnum gat stuck in Johnny's back. Johnny has now temporarily stopped in front of the Plantation thinking of his next move.

THUG SPENCE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As the thug still has his gat pointed at Johnny as Johnny is really petrified as the thug is saying to Johnny in an evil voice): "Down the plank, and watch your step!"

We now see the thug Spence still standing behind Johnny with his gat in Johnny's back as Johnny is now looking down the stairwell at a dingy-boat that has Chet Mathews and Bert in it.

CHET MATHEWS to JOHNNY FOBES: (As Chet is sitting in the dingy-boat looking at Johnny wickedly as Johnny is looking at Chet dementedly as Chet is saying to Johnny dementedly): "Hello Forbes, looking for me?"

THUG SPENCE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As the thug is pushing Johnny with the barrel of his gat in a demented state as he is saying to Johnny dementedly): "Snap into it!"

We now see Johnny walking down the steps to Chet Mathew's and Bert's dingy-boat. Johnny has now paused for a moment as he is now looking up the stairwell at Spence with the most evilist look you can imagine. Instead of Johnny getting into the dingy-boat he is now diving into the cold, dark, and eerie Mississippi River. Johnny is now swimming frantcially away to get out of the dementedly shooting Chet, Bert, and Spence who are wildly and aimlessly shooting at Johnny off of a boat dock.

CHET MATHEWS to BERT: (As Chet and Bert are now boarding their dingy-boat in a total state of fear and panic as Chet is shouting to Bert): "Get the search light on him!"

BERT to CHET MATHEWS: (As they are now in the dingy-boat still holding their .44 mag gats as Bert is now taking the search light and is saying in full blown panic): "I'll take it!"

Johnny is now frantically swimming betwix the pier poles dodging the shots of the demented trio as they are flashing the search light looking for Johnny.

BERT to CHET and SPENCE: (As the three thugs are in the dingy-boat waving the search light to find Johnny says): There he is!"

Chet, Bert, and Spence are now in a state of panic as they are waving the search light to and fro in total panic as they are openingly, point blank fire emptying their gats at Johnny who is swimming in total fear and panic dodging them. They now have shinned the search light on Johnny. {If I may throw in this personal thought, the three of them are really poor shots, they had a beautiful shot of Johnny thrice with their search light where they could of gotten Johnny, there was three of them, all with eight shot gats which comes to twenty-four plugs, in which one of them should of gotten Johnny}.

CHET MATHEWS to BERT: (As Chet is now pointing at Johnny with his gat as Chet is shouting to Bert in a state of panic): "He's over there!"

They are still emptying out their gats, {clips}, as they are blindly shooting at Johnny who is still swimming frantically betwixt the pier poles dodging their cartridges. They have now toally missed Johnny as Johnny has now successfully dodged the cartridges as he is swimming betwixt the poles.

SPENCE to BERT and CHET: (As Spence now has the search light and is waving it frantically searching for Johnny Forbes): "Look, at him!"

We now see Johnny Forbes successfully escaping the crazy, lunatic shooting mob trio with a scared look on his face as he is now walking up the steps into safety.

SPENCE to CHET MATHEWS: (As the three of them are now standing in the dingy-boat waving the search light one final time as the three of them are now supporting looks of evil defeat as Spence says): "I guess we missed him!"

We are now back in the hotel where we see Milton fast asleep.

MILTON DAVIS: (As he is now talking in his sleep to his wife Emily): "I have no idea Emily, but the guy said he wanted to go to Brooklyn, then he said he wanted to go to Albany!"

We now see Johnny Forbes entering their room sopping wet and bedraggled after his battle with the Mafia and the 'Mighty Mississippi River'. He is now walking into their room as Milton is talking in his sleep.

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now in a full blown state of miscief as he is now answering the sleep talking Milton): "And then to Mississippi?"

MILTON DAVIS: (As he is still fast asleep and is responding back to Johnny, not knowing that he is, now says): "Yeah, Emily, but how did you know?"

We now see Johnny Forbes flipping on the light in their bedroom quarters as Milton is now waking up from his sleep in a start as he now has a look of scaredness on his face.

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now walking in at a brisk pace totally sopping wet and is in a happy mood as he now says in a happy and mischievous voice): "Hiya, Milt, did you miss me?"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now leaning forwards in his bed and has noticed that Johnny is now dripping wet and is looking at Johnny with a worried look on his face and says to him in a worried and carrying tone of voice): "I heard of people loosing their shirts but...... ."

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now starting to remove his shirt and is saying to Milton in a mischievous state): "Just took a moonlight swim!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is still leaning forward in the bed and is looking at Johnny with a look dismay on his face as he is saying to Johnny in a worried voice): "With your clothes on?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now looking at Milton with a look of puzzlement and is saying to Milton in a mischievous voice): "I didn't want to get wet!"

We now see Jim Hadley {Francis Carvel} entering the main lobby area of the hotel with a bunch of his Mafia 'Stooges' as he is now approaching the cheque station and is getting his rental room key.

EVERETT to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Everett is now acknowledging Mr. Carvel-Hadley and is saying in a professional voice): "Oh, good evening, Mr. Carvel!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to EVERETT: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is acknowledging him back in a friendly way): "Evening, Everett!"

We now see Everett getting Mr. Cavel {Hadley's} rental room key and is now handing it to him.

EVERETT to MR. CARVEL {HADLEY}: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley was starting up the stairwell to him room as Everett is saying to him in a serious tone of voice): "A Mr. Forbes was asking for ya!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to EVERETT: (As he is now turning around and is looking at Everett with a devilsh and evil look and is saying to Everett in a questionable voice): "Forbes?"

EVERETT to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Everett is leaning forward on the cheque stand and is looking at Mr. Carvel {Hadley} with a look of dismay on his face and is using a serious tone of voice): "Yes sir, he's a peculiar sort of a fella, and he came in here soakin' wet, got tracks all over my carpet. He asked if you were in, and I said no, he said never mind and went on upstairs."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to EVERETT: (As Francis-Jim is playing with his key and is saying to Everett in a very serious tone of voice): "I reckon it can't be very important then. I'll see him in the morning, before I cheque out. Good-night Everett."

EVERETT to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (In a really happy tone of voice): "Good night, Mr. Carvel!"

It is now the next afternoon as we now see Mr. Carvel-Hadley arriving at his Plantation and is now entering in as he is being greeted by his Butler, Roy.

BUTLER ROY to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is now giving him his hat and Roy is saying to him in a very pleasant voice): "Good afternoon, Mr. Carvel."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to ROY: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is now going into a locked room where we see another illeagle betting ring in progress says to Roy before he enters in, in a kindly voice): "Hello, Roy."

We are now inside of the betting ring where we see bookies placing bets as we now hear one of bookies saying: "Hello, is this Joe in Detroit?, this is Tom talking, Mississippi, lay on five grand, 1-1-5 at Greenwood, that's right five grand!"

We now see Mr. Carvel-Hadley approaching Sid, one of his workers as Mr. Carvel-Hadley is now looking at a betting tape that Sid is showing him.

SID to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Sid is now saying to Mr. Carvel-Hadley in a positive and re-assuring voice): "Well, that set-up in Detroit is doing swell business!"

MR. CARVEL {HADLEY} to SID: (As he is looking at the betting tape and is saying to Sid in a happy voice): "Well, that's fine, fine. I want to talk with you."

As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is going with Sid to talk he is being stopped by another one of the bookies.

BOOKIE to MR. CARVEL {HADLEY}: (As the bookie is stopping him and is saying to him in a professional manner): "Oh, Mr. Carvel, that trouble in Chicago just broke, they couldn't do a thing!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to the BOOKIE: (As Francis-Jim is saying to the bookie in a state of dementedness): "Close him down, I'll talk with him tonight!"

BOOKIE to MR. CARVEL {HADLEY}: (In a serious and low tone of voice): "Yes sir!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to SID: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley and Sid are now in a 'Private Room' as Francis-Jim is now removing from his pocket a .38 snub-noses cartridge with the initials "C. M." carved on it is saying a happy tone of voice): "So, the Detroit office is doing okay, humnn. I told you that Jackson was a smart kid. You better deliver that in person."

SID to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Sid is looking at the .38 snub cartridge and is saying to Francis-Jim in a questionable tone of voice): "Mathews?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to SID: (As he is looking at Sid with an evil look and using an evil tone of voice): "Surprised?"

SID to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Sid is standing there looking at him with a really perplexed look on his face and is using a questionable voice): "Yeah!"

We now see Sid standing there with the cartridge and is thinking about what Francis-Jim had just stated as Mr. Carvel {Hadley} is now exiting with a really demented look on his face.

We are now back in New York at the office of 'The New York Daily Express' where we now see Eric Brandon answering his paging box.

ERIC BRANDON to HIS SECRETARY: (In a serious voice as he is now answering his paging box): "Yes?"

SECRETARY to ERIC BRANDON: (As he is now acknowledging her as she is saying to him in a sing-song style of voice): "Johnny Forbes is on the wire, Mr. Brandon."

ERIC BRANDON to HIS SECRETARY: (As Mr. Brandon is sitting there with a really mad look on his face as he is saying to her in a slightly sarcastic tone of voice): "Put him on!"

SECRETARY to ERIC BRANDON: (As she is saying to him in a professional and questionable voice): "Is it all right to reverse the charges? Calling from Brooklyn, Mississippi!"

ERIC BRANDON to HIS SECRETARY: (As he is saying to her in a professional tone of voice and has a look of bewilderment on his face as he sasy): "Brooklyn, of course ...... Mississippi, (Mr. Brandon now has a look of dismay on his face as he has now realized that his secretary had just said Mississippi."

Mr. Brandon is now on the telephone with Johnny Forbes as he has a look of madness on his face.

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (Via the telephone and in a mischievous voice): "Hiya, Skipper!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now lounging back in his chair and is talking to Johnny in a very sarcastic tone of voice): "Well, it's nice to hear from you. Nobody knew what happened. The Police even dragged the river for you body!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (In a state of mischievous sarcasm): "Did you find me?"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now sitting there in a horrible state of madness is now asking Johnny in a questionable tone of voice): "How did you get to Mississippi?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is saying to Eric in a full blown state of mischief): "In a taxi cab!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now shouting at Johnny in a total state of madness): "In a taxi ...... how much did it cost?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is still in his mischievous mood states): "I didn't buy it!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now in a full blown state of madness as he is shouting to Johnny): "Quit stalling, how much?"

We are now on Johnny's side of the telephone conversation as Johnny is standing in a telephone stall as Johnny is smiling mischievously and is using a mischievous tone of voice as Milton is standing behind Johnny with a look of wonder on his face.

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is standing there with a look of mischief on his face as he is answering back to Mr. Brandon in a wise-ass tone of voice): "Oh, very reasonable, only 193$.00¢"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is shouting to Johnny in a mad tone of voice): "Only 193$.00¢, and you say you didn't buy it? Listen, photographic mind, think you can remember this? you're fired!"

As Johnny was quoting the autocabe fare to Mr. Brandon he was looking at Milton with a playful look on his face as he gives Milton a quick wink and is using hand gestures to support 'okay' as Milton was looking at Johnny in a state of worry.

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is now standing there with a look of hurt on his face as he is saying in a low tone of voice): "Hunh!?"

We now get a glimpse of Milton with a happy look on his face as he is now grabbing his hands together and is raising them in the air as a sign of approval to what Johnny has done, thinking that he is getting his dough.

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now yelling at Johnny at the top of his lungs in madness): "I said, you're fired!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny has a look of dismay on his face and is responding back to Mr. Brandon in a nonchalant voice): "Okay, okay, just wire that money I bet to the 'Saint George Hotel', Brooklyn Mississippi, sure wire it collect if that's the way you feel about. But, under the circumstances, I'm sure you won't mind if I peddle the Mathews story to a 'Local Rag'?"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now calming down and is gettin interested in what JOhnny has now found out about Mathews): "What's that?, you mean you found him? Johnny you're marvelous!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny has a look bewilderment on his face as he is saying to Mr. Brandon in a mischievous voice): "Yeah, it's too bad that I don't work for you anymore!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now smiling from ear to ear and is saying to Johnny in a happy 'butt kissing' tone of voice): "Haaa, haaa, haaa, now Johnny, don't be like that, haaa, haaa, haaa, haaa, can't you take a joke?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is saying to Mr. Brandon in a really devilsh and sarcastic voice): "Sure, sure, sure, haaa, haaa, haaa!"

We now see Johnny Forbes in a state of mischievous madness hanging up the telephone receiver on Mr. Brandon as he is now exiting the telephone house. Mr. Brandon is now in a state of panic as he is saying ...... "Operator!!!!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton has a worried look on his face as he is asking Johnny in a questionable and worried tone of voice): "Get the boss, all right?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is standing there looking at Milton with a mad look on his face as he is using a serious voice): "Yeah, sure!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is standing there in a worried state as he is asking in a panicking voice): "Is he winding the dough?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny now has a mean look on his face and is saying to Milton in a sarcastic voice): "Two weeks salary, I just resigned!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is in a full blown state of panic is now saying to Johnny): "Resigned, hey, who's gonna pay that cab bill?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny now has a look of hurt on his face and is using a hurtful voice): "Now, don't talk about money at a time like this Milton, it's vulgar!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now chasing after Johnny in a full blown state of madness as Johnny is in a state of worry as Milton is saying to him in a full blown mad voice): "193$.00¢ ain't vulgar, two hundred gallons for that suit!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now raising his arms in a state of surrender as he is saying to Milton in a worried voice as Johnny is now confessing to Milton): "Okay, so I got fired!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is standing there with a look of hurt on his face and is using a hurtful voice): "Oh, why didn't you say so! The booth phone's ringing, maybe they're calling you back!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now waling out of the hotel in a state of disgust as he is saying to Milton in an irate voice): "Aaaaah, let him call!"

We now see Johnny approaching the cheque stand of the hotel as he is ringing the page bell to get the clerk's attention as Milton is standing there in a worried state.

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett is now acknowledging Johnny in a professional manner): "Hi, beef!"

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny has a look of dismay on his face as he is using a sarcastic voice): "Say, Elmer, I want to get in touch with this guy named Carvel."

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As 'Elmer' is saying to Johnny in a really mad voice and has a mad look on his face): "Carvel ain't here anymore, he chequed out early this morning, and my name ain't Elmer, it's Everett!"

We now see Everett answering the main desk telephone as Johnny and Milton are standing there with looks of wonderment on their faces.

EVERETT to the TELEPHONE: (In a professional manner): "Hello?"

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett is looking at Johnny with a serious look and is using a serious voice): "Somebody's calling you from New York!"

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny is still in a beef with Mr. Brandon and the way Mr. Brandon treated him is saying in a sarcastic voice): "Tell him you never heard of me!"

EVERETT to the TELEPHONE: (As Everett is trying to say what Johnny told him to say): "I never, what?"

Johnny is now taking the telephone from Everett and is hanging it up in a state of madness.

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now rubbing his fingers together and is saying to Johnny in a mad voice): "What about the dough?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (In a serious manner says): "I'll get it for you."

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny is asking Everett in a mean voice and with a mad look on his face): "Say, you got a newspaper in this 'Whistle Stop'?"

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett is now in a hurtful state says to Johnny): "Certainly, we got a newspaper here!"

JOHNNY FORBES to the TELEPHONE: (As Johnny is now picking up the telephone and is shouting into it in full blown madness): "I'm not here!"

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny is now asking Everett in a irate voice): "Where is it and what's the name of it?"

EVERETT to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Everett is being as professional as possible with the ornr Johnny Forbes): "The Clarion, Third and Main."

JOHNNY FORBES to EVERETT: (As Johnny is now in an apologetic state says to Everett in a sweet voice): "Thanks, Everett!"

We now see Johnny exiting the hotel and on his way to the 'local rag' as Milton is now following behind Johnny wanting his dough. As the main desk telephone is now ringing once again> Milton is now slightly enjoying the mischief play.

MILTON to the TELEPHONE (As Milton is doubling back and picking up the telephone and is saying back in a state of mischief): "You heard him!"

We are now in front of the"Clarion Newspaper", where we see Johnny and Milton entering in. They are now looking around the somewhat deserted place with looks of dumbfoundedness on their faces. They now find the proprietor of the newspaper fast asleep in his chair in front of the desk.

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is rubbing his hands together in mischief and using a mischievous voice): "What a spot for a 'Hot Foot', what's the matter, is he dead?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now gently tapping him on his shoulder and is saying to him in a low voice): "Mr. Higgins?"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is now waking up and is looking at Johnny with a happy look on his face): "That's me!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now looking at Mr. Higgins with a serious look on his face as Johnny is now introducing himself in a professional way): "This is your lucky day, I'm Johnny Forbes, New York Express."

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is sitting there in his chair looking at Johnny in a state of dazement says in a quizzical tone of voice): "New York Express, yehmn, that's a good paper too!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny now has a sarcastic look on his face and is using a sarcastic tone of voice): "Aaaaah, it use to be, but I quit."

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is now sitting there with a look of wonderment on his face as he is now stammering as he is saying to Johnny): "Aaaah, aaaah, aaaah, but I don't understand?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny now has a look of devilment on his face and is using a serious voice and he is now extending his hand in friendship as he is now saying): "Shake hands with your new boy!"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is sitting there totally perplexed as he is now shaking hands with Johnny and is saying in a stammering voice): "Well, aaaaah, aaaaah, aaaaah, how, how, do you do!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now smiling hapily and is using a happy tone of voice says): "Fine, now that I am working for you!"

MR JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is still sitting there absoulutely dazed out says): "You, you're working for me?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now in a full blown state of mischievous says): "That's right, salary's hundred a week!"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is now responding back to Johnny in a state of madness): "Yeah, but I only get fifty!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now looking at Mr. Higgins with a carrying look on his face and says in a carrying voice): "Yous should give yourself a raise!"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is sitting there looking at Johnny with a hurtful look on his face and is saying in a hurtful voice): "I, I, can't afford it!"

All the while that Johnny was selling himself to Mr. Higgins Milton was standing there happily at the thought of Johnny possibly getting him the dough.

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now pacing slightly and is using hand gestures to support himself is saying in wicked voice): "Okay, okay, money's all object any way. Forbes, applicable that's me, and I'm about to make you, a present of an ex......{that's the way I felt, the first time I saw him, too, as Mr. Higgins has now flinched as he is now seeing Milton for the first and Johnny's making a mean wise crack about Milton's looks}. I'm about to make you a present of an exclusive news story that will make your hair curl, {we now see Mr. Higgins sitting there with a mad look on his face as he is now scratching his bald head}, yes sir, I am gonna drop a murderer right into your lap!"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is now looking at Johnn with a really worried look on his face and is using a worried tone of voice states): "A murderer?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now pointing a finger at Mr. Higgins and is saying to him in a serious voice): "Right, the guy who shot that jockey at Manhattan Park a few days ago!"

MR JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is now sitting there looking at Johnny with a look of scaredness on his face and is using a scared tone of voice): "Hunh?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now looking at Mr. Higgins with a proud look on his face and is saying in a rapid paced voice): "You bet, a 'Byline Exclusive by Johnny Forbes,' and for free. Here let me at that typewriter. Tell the Press Room to get ready for an extra!"

We now see Johnny sitting down at the typewriter and is starting to type out the Chet Mathews murder story.

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is now looking at Johnny with a really mad look and is saying to Johnny in a perplexed voice): "An extra, but we don't go to Press until Wednesday!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD MATHEWS: (As Johnny is now jumping up from the typewriter in a horrified state of madness as he is looking at Mr. Higgins in a really mad state shouts madly): "Oh, that's fine, what?"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is looking at Johnny with a dazed look as he is saying to Johnny in a scared voice): "Aaaaah, The Clarion's a weekly paper!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny now has a really evil look on his face as he is shouting at Mr. Higgins in a mean voice): "But today is Wednesday!"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is standing there looking at Johnny in a serious manner and is saying to Johnny in a serious voice): "Certainly, and the paper's all printed."

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now looking at Mr. Higgins totally mad and using a mad voice and is shouting at Mr. Higgins): "Look Mr. Higgins, this is big stuff, where's another edition?"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is now politely explaining to the very irate and mean Johnny Forbes): "I couldn't do that Mr. Forbes, and the printer is drunk, he always gets drunk the minute the paper is out!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. HIGGINS: (In full blown madness as Johnny is now ripping the sheet of paper from the typewriter): "O-O-O-O-O-O-H-H-H-H-H-H!"

MR JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is saying to Johnny in a carrying voice as he is now trying to calm Johnny down): "Oooooh, don't do that Mr. Forbes, I'd be glad to print your story next week, who is the murderer?"

MILTON DAVIS to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Milton is saying to Mr. Higgins in a mischievous and serious voice): "A guy by the name of Mathews!"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is looking at Johnny with a mean look on his face and is asking Johnny in a mean and questionable voice): "Mathews, not Chester Mathews?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now looking at Mr. Higgins with a mischievous look and is using a wicked voice): "Ehy, Chester, you know him?"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is now in a total sate of petrification says): "No, oh, no, no, but ummn, here ehy, but you better read the"Clarion", Mr. Forbes."

We now see Mr. Higgins giving Johnny today's edition of the "The Clarion" newspaper as we now see the following front page spread.

HEADLINE: "GAMBLER MATHEWS FOUND MURDERED."
ARTICLE: "Fatal Bullet Bore Initials Of Victim, 'C. M.' Scratched In I'ts Surface."

We now see Johnny Forbes glaring at Mr. Higgins with the most evilst look imaginable in a state of madness about the "Clarion" getting the front page headlines about Chester Mathews murder before his fancy, {old}, newspaper, 'The New York Daily Express'!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now thinking and is saying to Mr. Higgins in a questionable low voice): "His initials?"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is looking at Johnny in a state of pride as he is using a proud voice): "That's right!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now totally perplexed and is using a voice of dismay says as Johnny has now thought of a different angle regarding this story): "Are you sure about this?"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is now looking at Johnny with a bugged eyed look and is saying in a serious tone of voice): "The coroner showed me the bullet."

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny has now dropped the newspaper to the floor and is sitting down at the telephone and says to Mr. Higgins in a really happy voice): "Mr. Higgins, I could kiss you for this!"

We now see Milton and Mr. Higgins looking at Johnny in a state of bewilderment as Johnny is now placing his telephone call.

JOHNNY FORBES to the TELEPHONE OPERATOR: (As Johnny is sitting there in a full blown state of happiness): "Hello, operator?, get me 'The New York Daily Express,' reverse the charges, sure I'll hang on!"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is looking at Johnny with a mad look on his face as he is asking Johnny): "And what are you calling up 'The Express' for?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is still sitting there waiting for an answer as he is now saying to Mr. Higgins in mischief): "What does a reporter usually do when he has a story?"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is saying to Johnny in a total sate of madness): "Ehy, but you said you'd quit."

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is saying to Mr. Higgins in a mischievous state): "Quit, are you daffy?"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is now in a thorough state or perplexness is saying to Johnny): "I guess I must be!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is tapping Johnny on his shoulder and is saying in madness): "Ask him about the dough!"

We now see Johnny sitting there at Mr. Higgins desk with one leg propped up with a really happy and mischievous look on his face as he is now waiting for Mr. Brandon to answer the telephone.

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is now talking to Mr. Brandon in a full blown state of mischief): "Hello, Skipper!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As we see Mr. Brandon sitting there with a really worried look on his face and is saying to Johnny in a worried tone of voice): "Gosh, Johnny, you had me worried, now look, you found Mathews, where is he?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is saying to Mr. Brandon very nonchalantly): "In the morgue!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is saying to Johnny in a full blown state of fear): "In the morgue, bumped off, who did it?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is sitting there with a devilsh look on his face and is using a serious voice): "I think I know, but I gotta prove it, in the mean time we have to stick to the facts. Listen, Mathews was shot in the back with a .38 claibre bullet, with his own initials on it."

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is sitting at his desk with a worried look on his face and is using a worried voice): "His own intials, hey, so what!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny now has a look of madness on his and is using an evil tone of voice): "Well, don't you remember, that was Hadley's signature!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is sitting at his desk as he has now pounded his fist and is saying in a state of happy madness): "That's right, listen crack pot, even in Mississippi, dead men don't commit murders!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny now has a look of wonderment on his face and is using a serious voice): "No, suppose I tell you, Hadley isn't dead!"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (In a full blown state of mischief is asking Johnny): "Are you drunk?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (In a purely professional state): "Look up the clips on the so called Hadley murder, and you'll find they pulled a body out of the river in a tuxedo of cement. Sure, I know the stiff wore Hadley's ring, and I know he had his wallet and watch. And I also seem to recall there wasnt much left of his face. So ponder that, my fran, until I call you back!"

We now see Johnny hanging up the telephone receiver as he is getting up from Mr. Higgins desk in a state of madness as both Milton and Mr. Higgins were standing there looking at Johnny in dazement as Johnny was talking to Mr. Brandon. {AND, NO, POOR MILTON HAS NOT YET RECEIVED HIS DOUGH}.

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is asking Johnny in a totally questionable manner): "Do you really know who committed the murder?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is looking at Mr. Higgins with a mad look on his face as he is using a mean voice): "I got an awfully strong hunch, do you happen to know a Mr. Francis Carvel?

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is looking at Johnny in total bewilderment and is using a questionable tone of voice): "You're not accusing Mr. Carvel of murder?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is now looking at Mr. Higgins with a look of worry on his face and is using a worried voice states): "Not yet, how long have you known him?"

MR. JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Higgins is looking at Johnny in amazement as he is now figuring out how long he has known Mr. Carvel): "Let me see, about two years!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Johnny is looking at him with a serious look on his face and is using a serious voice): "Aaaaah, that's just about right. Well, thanks for the use of the phone, Mr.Higgins!"

All the while that Johnny and Mr. Higgins were engaged in their conversation about Mr. Carvel-Hadley, we saw the very obedient Milton standing there watching the whole thing in a dazed state.

MILTON DAVIS to MR. JUDD HIGGINS: (As Milton and Johnny are now exiting and Milton is saying to Mr. Higgins in a state of mischief): "You can go back to sleep, kid!"

We now see Johnny Forbes walking into the 'Colonial House' as we now hear Beth singing:

BETH CORNELL'S SECOND SONG: {START}:

"If I go climb a tree, please don't stare suspiciously, believe me I've not done a thing, it's just my heart that tells my brain and suddenly I hear love songs out of the blue above. Got dreams, got schemes, got love. I've got the symptoms it's plain as day. I can't think straight or concentrate. My thoughts all go astray. I've got the symptoms, my knees feel weak and I'm quiet sure, my temperature has hit an all time peak. Got it again, it's throbbing and giving my heart a shove. Got thrills, got chills, got love baby, gettin' that yen for robins and things that remind me of, got boy, got joy, got love. If I go climb a tree, please don't stare suspiciously, believe me I'm not insane. It's just my heart that's gone to my brain. Suddenly I hear love songs from out of the blue above. Got dreams, goth schemes, got thrills, got chills. Got the thrills that gave me chills got the dreams that gave me schemes. Got the boy, that gave me joy. Oh boy, I got love."

BETH CORNELL'S SECOND SONG: {END}:

As Beth was singing we now saw the band along with the buss boy doing his sweeping chores at a soft shoe style of a dance. Also Beth as was singing Johnny was standing there watching her with a full blown look of love on his face as she is now noticing him and is looking at him with love as she is now singing at him.

Beth has now completed her song as she in now approaching Johnny with a look of love and happiness on her face as Johnny is also looking at her with love and happiness.

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is now giving her 'goo-goo eyes' and says to her in a happy voice): "Hello!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now looking at him lovingly): "Hello!"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Beth and Johnny are now walking together as the two of them are looking at each other with love eyes as Johnny is now asking her in a low tone voice): "Did you hear about Mathews?"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is looking at Johnny with a carrying look on her face and is using a worried voice): "Yes, I was gonna tell you. I don't understand it, why was he killed?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is now looking at Beth with a worried look on his face as she also has a worried look on her face as Johnny says): "Because he was dangerous, with a finger on him, but he isn't dangerous anymore!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is looking at Johnny with a scared look on her face and she is saying to him in a worried voice): "No, but you are."

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking at her with a dismayed look on his face as he is saying to her in a worried voice): "That's right, I know who had him knocked off!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is looking at Johnny with a look of scaredness on her face and is using a scared voice says): "You do?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking at Beth in a really scared state says): "Yunh, hunh."

We now see Francis Carvel {Jim Hadley} walking int the Colonial House with a really serious look on his face.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to BETH CORNELL: (In a happy mood): "Good morning, Beth."

BETH CORNELL to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As she is looking at him in a happy mood as she is saying): "Oh, hello, ooooh."

We now see Beth looking at Johnny with a really perplexed look on her face as Johnny is looking at her with a serious look on his face. Johnny is now walking over to Jim Hadley in a really mean state.

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is looking at him in a really evil look as he is saying to him in a wicked voice as Francis-Jim is looking at Johnny in a really demented state as Johnny says): "Well, if it isn't Jim Hadley!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Francis-Jim is now playing the dumb as he is now trying to cover-up the fact that Johnny is getting wise to his tricks as he says in a questionable voice): "I beg your pardon?"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is looking at Johnny with a really worried and evil look on his face as Johnny is using an evil voice): "I thought you looked familiar when I saw you last night. Don't you remember me, I'm Johnny Forbes of the 'Express'."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is now in a really scared state as he has a really evil look on his face): "Oh, I'm sorry but......"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is now approaching him in a happy state as she is now 'correcting' Johnny on his identity of Mr. Hadley): "Johnny, this is Mr. Carvel, Mr. Francis Carvel."

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is looking at him with a look of puzzlement on his face and is saying to him in an evil voice): "You, you're not Hadley?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is looking at Johnny with a look of wonderment on his face and is usig a polite voice): "I'm terribly sorry to dissapoint you. But I'm very happy to make your acquaintance."

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is looking at him with an evil look and is using a worried voice): "Hunh, that's certainly a horse on me. I could of sworn. That, it's the eyes that fooled me. You'll have to excuse me, Mr. Carvel!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is looking at Johnny with a wicked look and is using a forgiving voice): "Certainly, my boy. Who is this gentleman you mistook me for?"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is looking at him with a look of forgivness on his face and is using a forgiving voice as Johnny is extending his hand in 'friendship'): "Oooh, aaaaah, now I am embarrassed."

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking at her in a devilsh manner as he is saying to her in a serious voice): "You'll have to square me with Mr. Carvel, Beth. For about two minutes, I thought he was a big New York gambler and racketeer."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is standing there in a total state of scaredness as he says to Johnny in a scared voice): "You flatter me, young man, I'd like to meet this......"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is in a full blown state of wickedness): "Hadley!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is now interupting Johnny and is saying in a mean voice): "Hadley, sometime!"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is now looking at him with a look of dumbness on his face and is using a dumb sounding voice): "Oh, how stupid of me. I forgot you can't meet Mr. Hadley, Mr. Carvel, he's dead."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is standing there looking at Johnny with a scared and evil look on his face as he is using a wicked voice): "Oh, hunh, then I certainly don't want to meet him for sometime."

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is looking at him with a mean look and using an evil voice): "Unh, you certainly look well."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is looking at Johnny with a really state): "I try to keep fit."

We now see Johnny standing there looking at both Beth and him with a really perplexed look on his face as Francis Carvel-Jim Hadley is now looking at Beth with a kind look on his face.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to BETH CORNELL: (As he is asking her in a kind voice): "Have you seen Colonel Kirby around this morning?"

BETH CORNELL to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Beth is looking at him with a serious look and is using a polite voice): "I imagine he's in his office, Mr. Carvel."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to BETH CORNELL: (As he is looking at Beth in a kind way and is answering her politely): "Thank-you!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is standing there holding his hat and is looking at JOhnny with a perplexed look and using a serious voice): "I lost rather heavily here last night and I like to keep my credit good in these places. We must get together for a drink Mr. Forbes." {Mr. Carvel-Hadley} is now shaking Johnny's hand in 'friendship'}.

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is now shaking his hand in a polite state): "I'll be looking forward to it unh Mr......."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is still shaking Johnny's hand and says in a polite manner):"Carvel, thank you sir."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to BETH CORNELL: (As he is exiting and is using a polite manner says to her in a low and polite voice): "Pardon, me."

We now see Beth and Johnny watching Mr. Carvel-Hadley exit as the two of them have looks of dismay on their faces.

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny with a worried look and using a worried voice): "That was a strange performance."

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is now in a full blown state of mischief): "Did you like it?"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now giving Johnny a look of dumbfoundedness as she is saying to him in a dumbfounded voice): "He must think you're crazy!"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As he is looking at her with a mean look and she has a worried look as Johnny is now reaching into the inside of his suit jacket and is taking out a newspaper snipping and is saying to her in a demented voice): I don't think so, I wanna show you something. See that man on the right, look familiar to you?"

Johnny is now showing Beth the newspaper snipping photoshot of the Hadley Mob of where they were charged for burglary, stating that Hadley was 'supossedly' gunned down.

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny and the newspaper snipping with a look of dismay and says in a monotone voic): "No, who is it?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking at her with a really worried look and is showing her the newspaper snipping and is saying to her in a low and worried voice): "The man who had Mathews knocked off. Look closer. The story's in the eyes and the eyebrows."

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now looking at newspaper snipptin really closely and is giving Johnny a look od dismay as she is responding back to him in a worried voice): "Dosen't mean a thing to me."

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As the two of them are still looking at the newspaper snipping photoshot as he is saying to her in a low and carrying voice): "I guess it is kind of hard to spot in this picture. Well he's the Southern Gentleman you just introduced me to. Otherwise, Jim Hadley!"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is holding the newspaper snipping and has a worried look on her face and is using a questionable voice): "Nonsense, they don't look at all alike."

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL (As Johnny is now putting the newspaper snipping back into his suit jacket pocket as he has a serious look on his face as he is saying to her in a polite voice): "That was a pretty sweet job of plastic surgery."

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is saying to Johnny in a quizzical tone of voice and has a puzzled look on her face says): "You're wrong Johnny, I know you're wrong."

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnn is now exiting and is looking at Beth in an evil manner and is saying to her in a wicked voice): "Maybe, say, where is this Mr. Carvel's Plantation?"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is looking at Johnny with a really hurtful look on her face and is answering Johnny in a hurtful voice): "About, fifteen miles south on the River Drive. But, you're not going there?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (In a full blown state of devious mischief says to her): "Why not?"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now having second thoughts about Mr. Carvel being Mr. Hadley is saying to Johnny in a low and carrying voice as she has a worried look on her face): "Well, if this is really Hadley?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny has his hand on the door knob and is looking at her in a state of worry and is saying to her in a low and carrying voice): "Now, you're no going to start worrying about that. You know I'm wrong!"

It is now night time, there is a low and yellowish, eerie moon in the skye as we see Johnny Forbes and Milton Davis approaching the Carvel-Hadley Plantation. Johnny and Milton are now getting out of Milton's autocab and are quietly sneaking up to the Plantation to do some snooping on MR. Carvel-Hadley.

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny has now noticed he was at the correct location and is saying to Milton in a low voice as Milton is standing there with a look of curiosity on his face says): "This is it, all right."

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is looking at Johnny with a scared look on his face and is saying to him in a scared voice): "I'll wait out here for ya!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now looking at him with a look of mischief and is using a mischievous voice): "I should say not, do you think I'm selfish. I want you to have some fun too, come on!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is tapping Johnny on his shoulder and is saying to him in a worried voice): "Burglary ain't what I call fun."

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As he is looking at Milton with a pleading look on his face as he is saying to Milton in a pleading voice): "All you've gotta do is be look out."

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is pointing a finger at himself and is saying to Johnny in a state of scaredness): "You look out for you and I'll look out for me.!

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now in a full state of worry says): "S-S-S-S-H-H-H-H, come on, I need ya!"

We now see both Johnny and Milton sneaking into the Plantation quiet as mice to find more evidence to prove that Mr. Carvel is really the murderer Jim Hadley. They have now entered the main gate of the Plantation where we see Johnny walking briskly towards the Plantation as Milton is now opening the gate and is joining Johnny on their snooping adventure. Milton and Johnny are now approaching a windo in which they are going to use to sneak into the Plantation.

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now looking at the windoe and is saying to Johnny in a low voice): "Too high, ain't it Johnny?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is looking at him with a look of dismay on his face and is answering Milton back in a low and serious voice): "Nah!"

We now see Johnny climbing up a window ledge and is opening a window to Mr. Carvel's-Hadley's office and is quietly sneaking in as Milton has helped him and is on the look out for Mr. Carvel-Hadley or any of his thugs.

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now on the window ledge with the window opened turns around and says to Milton in a carrying voice): "Ssssshhhh, if I mess this up, run for it understand?"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is waving a hand at Johnny in agreement and is answering Johnny back in a low voice): "I'm miles ahead of ya!"

Johnny has now entered into the dark, dreary, and eerie office of Mr. Carvel-Hadley. Johnny is now quietly creeping around the office as he is shinning his torch light and has now found a table light and is now flipping it on. Milton is still standing outside of the window rubbing his hands together in fear as he still is being 'Johnny's watch dog'.

Johnny is now prowling through Francis Carvel's-Jim Hadley's desk drawers for evidence as Milton is still standing outside of the window in a scared state as he is thorougly looking out for any causes of trouble.

Johnny has now looked through all of the desk drawers and under the ink blotter for evidence as he has now picked up from the desk Mr. Carvel's-Hadley's watch and has turned off the table light and is still prowling around the office using his torch light looking for evidence. All the whil that Johnny was snooping around the office Milton was on the look-ou outside in front of the wind petrified beyond no end.

Johnny has now tripped over a chair crashing it to the floor and is looking around to see if anyone is coming while Milton is looking in the window in a scared state wondering if Johnny needs help. Johnny has now found an opened book where he has now found a picture of Gladys LaVerne with this scripture written on it.

TO JIM
BECAUSE HE'S MY MAN
WITH ALL MY LOVE
GLADYS

We are still inside of Mr. Carvel's-Hadley's dark, dreary, and spooky office where Mr. Carvel-Hadley has now entered in and has now noticed Johnny looking at the photoshot of Gladys LaVerne.

MR. CARVEL-HADLEY to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is now standing in his office and has a mean look on his face and is saying to Johnny in a low and wicked voice): "Good evning, Mr. Forbes!"

We now see Francis Carvel-Hadley turning on the light to his office as he is standing there glaring at Johnny with a really evil and wicked look on his face. Johnny is now looking back at him with a really scared and petrified look on his face.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is now walking up to Johnny in a really mean and demented state says to Johnny): "Nice of you to drop in like this, you don't know any idea how happy I am to see you. The photograph, may I have it, please? Thanks!"

We now see Johnny looking at Mr. Carvel-Hadley with an evil look as Francis-Jim has now taken from his side desk drawer a cigarette lighter as he is now burning the photoshot of Gladys LaVerne to help hide a tad more evidence that Johnny cannot use against him and the murder of Chet Mathews.
Francis-Jim is now dropping the burning photoshot of Gladys in his trash reciprocal as Johnny is standing there looking at him with a really wicked and evil look as Francis-Jim is looking at Johnny with a demented look as the evidence photoshot has now turned into ashes.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Francis-Jim is now offering Johnny a cigar in a state of evil friendshipness as he has a mean look on his face): "Have a cigar?"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is answering him in a low and mean tone of voice and a mad look on his face). "No, thanks."

We now see Francis Carvel-Jim Hadley lighting up his cigar with a happy but yet slightly evil look on his face as Johnny is standing there staring at him with a really wicked look on his face.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Francis-Jim is looking at Johnny with a devious look and says in a mean voice): "Well!?"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is now looking at Francis-Jim with a mean but yet blank look on his face and says to him in a voice of dismay): "Look's like you got me stymied!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Francis-Jim has finished lighting his stogie and is laughing in a low and demented voice and with a demented look on his face): "Hunh, hunh, hunh, hunh!"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is now walking around his office in a state of madness as he is saying in wicked voice): "That was the last link wasn't it, now that Mathews' is gone."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Francis-Jim has his back turned to Johnny and is saying in an evil voice): "If you're refering to the lady in the photograph. I never saw her in all my life."

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny now has an ugly and evil look on his face and is saying to Francis-Jim in a wicked voice): "I see, and you only burnt it because you're a tidy soul!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is standing there clipping off a flower from his rosebush to make himself a boutonnière and is looking at Johnny with a mean look and is using a mean voice): "Do you realize of course, you're waisting your time!?"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is standing there with his hands folded behind his back and is looking at him with a mean look on his face and is using a sarcastic voice): "Oh sure, at the least you could do is satisfy my curiosity. Mathews was the only one left in your confidence wasn't he!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is looking at Johnny with a perplexed look on his face 'AS HE IS LIEING THROUGH HIS TEETH' as he is now saying in a low and mean voice): "I don't recall ever having met the gentleman."

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is standing there looking at him with a demented look on his face as Francis-Jim is standing there with one hand on is waist and is looking back at Johnny with a wicked look as Johnny is saying to him in an evil voice): "Well, you've gotten away with it haven't you. I know you're Hadley, but I couldn't prove it in a thousand years!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Francis-Jim is standing there smoking his stogie and is looking at Johnny with a worried look on his face and is saying in a mean voice as Johnny is standing there looking at him evily states): "Oh, come, come, you're being to conservative!"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As he is looking at him with a worried look as Johnny is now in a stated of madness at how cleverly Francis -Jim had covered up his passed footprints as Johnny is now saying to him in a mean voice): "I can't even fall back on finger prints. Hadley's never were on record."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Francis-Jim is standing there happily enjoying his stoge and is looking at Johnny with a mean look as he is slightly scared about Johnny coming closer to finding his real identity says to Johnny in a low, wicked voice): "Weren't they? By guess now, we're about to have our after dinner brandy in here, do you mind if I ring?"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (Johnny is standing there looking wickedly at him as he is saying in a low, mean voice): "Oh, not at all!"

We now see Francis Carvel {Jim Hadley} pulling on the paging cord to summons his Butler Roy to serve the brandy in the office.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Francis-Jim is now exiting and is getting ready to have his brandy as he is giving Johnny a mean look as Johnny is looking at him wickedly): "Thank-you!"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is an evil mood and is needling Francis Carvel {Jim Hadley} in a full state of evilness as he is saying): "That face job, must of cost you plenty. Fox Spartan's work I imagine, yes of course, he was about the best in his line. Someone gave him a cement cure a couple of years ago. Don't you ever run out of cement Jim?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Francis-Jim is looking at Johnny with a mean look and a mad voice): "Since you insist upon using given names, do you mind calling me Francis, or even Frank if you prefer."

We now see Roy the Butler opening the door to the office as he is now letting Beth Cornell in. Jim and Johnny both are standing there looking at her with looks of bewilderment on their faces.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is walking up to Beth in a polite state and is using a polite voice says): "Oh, you know Miss Cornell, of course."

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As he is approaching her in a polite state as he is removing his hat and says to her in a polite voice): "Good evning."

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at him with a polite look on her face and is using a polite voice): "Why, Mr. Forbes, I didn't expect to see you here."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to BETH CORNELL: (As he is using a polite manner says): "Oh, I should of told you he was going to drop in on a little matter of business. We had something to clear up, won't you join us in brandy, Mr. Forbes?"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is playing dumb and pretending to not know this is really Jim Hadley as Johnny says to him in a polite voice): "No thanks, Mr. Carvel, I'm afraid I have to be leaving."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is standing there with a polite look and is using a polite voice): "Oh, that's too bad, I'm gonna drive Miss Cornell back to the club in a few moments, she foolishly insists upon working this evening, is there any place we could drop you?"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is looking at him with a mad look and using a mad but slightly polite voice): "Thanks, I won't intrude. I have my car waiting."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is standing there supporting a 'phony polite' manner): "Well, I want you to feel perfectly free to drop in at anytime. Roy, show the gentleman to the door."

ROY to BUTLER to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Roy is using a polite voice): "Yes sir!"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is giving him an evil eye look and using a demented voice): "Good-night."

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is giving Johnny a look of dismay and is using a polite voice): "Good-night!"

We now see Mr. Carvel-Hadley bringing Beth back to the club now that they had their brandy and supper. He is now helping her out of the automobile as he is smiling politely at her as she is smiling back him.

BETH CORNELL to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As she is using a polite voice): "Good-night, Mr. Carvel and thanks for the lovely dinner!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to BETH CORNELL: (As he is using a totally polite manner): "My dear, the pleasure was all mine, good-night."

BETH CORNELL to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As she is smiling politely and using a polite voice): "Good-night."

We now see Beth walking up the stairwell of the Colonial House as she has now stopped and turned around as she is giving Mr. Carvel-Hadley another stare. Mr. Carvel-Hadley is now getting into his automobile and is driving away.

We are now in the Library quarters of the Colonial House where we see Johnny Forbes sitting in a chair with one leg bent upwards as he is supporting a look of wickedness as he is seeing Beth entering in, in a sneak mode as she has a look of scaredness and worry on her face.

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is saying to her in a carrying voice): "Well?"

Beth is now walking over to Johnny with a sweet look on her face as Johnny has as look of dismay on his face.

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is walking up to Johnny with a look of love on her face says): "I know what you're thinking, but please don't. I excepted Mr. Carvel's-Hadely's invitation because I thought you'd be there."

JOHNNY FORBE to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is sitting there with a surprised look on his face and is using a happy but yet slightly surprised voice): "You were worried about me?"

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is looking at him with a loving eyes look and is using a carrying voice): "Well, you were so positive he was Hadley and there was a chance you were right. I only wanted to help you."

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (In a full blown state of mischief): "Well, in that case, I'll forgive you."

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is looking at Johnny with a forgiving look and using a polite voice states): "And, I'll forgive you if you'll admit how wrong you are about Mr. Carvel!"

We now see Johnny getting up from his chair in a total state of madness as he is now grabbing Bet by her arms in disagreement.

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny now has a mean look on his face and is using a mean voice): "Well, I'm not, Beth you gotta believe me. Carvel is Hadley and I got a way to prove it, if you'll help me."

BETH CORNELL to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Johnny is looking at her with a perplexed look on his face and she is looking at him in madness says in a mad voice): "Johnny don't you ever give up?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (In a full blown state of madness is shouting): "No, the sooner we get this Hadley thing cleared up, why the quicker we get to Manhattan. Why, I gotta call my Skipper, see you later.?"

We now see Johnny Forbes running like 'a bat out of hell' to converse with Mr. Brandon as Beth is standing there watching Johnny leave with a look of hurt and dismay on her face.

It is now in the wee hours of the morning as we see Johnny Forbes sitting on the edge of his bed by a night stand as he is now trying to get hold of his Skipper.

JOHNNY FORBES to the TELEPHONE OPERATOR: (As Johnny is sitting on his bed with a look of determination on his face as he is saying to the operator in a determined voice): "Ah, don't give up operator. Just keep on ringing, he's a heavy sleeper!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is sitting up in his bed and is looking at Johnny with a mad and pleading look as he gently taps Johnny on his knee and is using a quiet voice): "Don't forget to ask for the dough!"

We now see Mr. Brandon finally waking up as he is still half asleep answering the telephone.

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now answering his telephone in a half sleep state): "Hello, no, oh, so it's you hunh, fine time to call in. The paper went to bed hours ago and so did I."

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny still has him on the telephone and is saying to him in a mean voice): "Well, that's just too bad isnit it! Listen Skipper, I want you to do something for me. There's a girl that lives in Brooklyn......"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now cutting Johnny off and is shouting at Johnny in a mean and tired voice): "That's the last straw. It's all very well for you to tour 'Good Old Dixie' in a taxi cab and at my expense too. But when you wake me up in the middle of the night and ask me to get you a girl!"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny has a worried look on his face and is using a worried voice): "It's Hadley's girl I want you to get, Gladys LaVerne. She lives at 2119 Davenport Avenue, Brooklyn. Sure I got Hadley staked out down here. But I got to have somebody identify him. He's had his face remodeled, plastic surgery and she can identify him if anybody can. She was his sweetheart, remember?"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is saying to Johnny in a tired but yet areeable tone of voice): "Okay, I'll get her. But suppose she doesn't want to go?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As Johnny is saying to Mr. Brandon in a full blown state of mischief as he is slightly lieing): "Tell her I found that job I promised her. And I'll meet her at the plane. Okay, good-night, and don't go back to sleep."

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now really perturbed with Johnny about procrastinating once again about getting him his fare): "You forgot to ask for the dough!"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now sitting on his bed with a worried look on his face and has snapped his fingers in sorryness says): "So, I did!"

We now see Milton looking at Johnny in a state of dismay as Johnny is now answering the telephone.

JOHNNY FORBES to the TELEPHONE: (As Johnny is now using a stammering voice says): "Hello, yeh, what, just a minute."

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (In a full blown state of scaredness says to Milton): "Emily!"

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now taking the telephone in madness and is shouting madly at Johnny): "Give me that!"

HUSBAND MILTON to WIFE EMILY: (As Milton has a look of mischief on his face and a mischievous voice): "Hello, my little Honeysuckle, aaaah, I miss you so much. This is Popsie talking. I'll be home in a week or two, haaaa, haaaa. Won't we have fun dear?...... Hello, hello, operator. I was cut off from Brooklyn, Brooklyn in...... where the Dodgers play. They got baseball players there now. Brooklyn, New York, hunh, ooooh."

We now see Johnny Forbes sitting on his bed with a hand on his mouth as he is looking at Milton with a really hurtful and carrying look as Milton is now sadly hanging up the telephone.

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton says to him in a slightly crying voice and has a hurtful look on his face says): "Emily, hung-up on me."

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As he is now standing up and is saying to Milton in a sarcastic voice): "Well, that's better than having her hang one on you."

We now are in the next day and we are seeing a door that reads as follows:

SHERIFF'S
OFFICE

DAN CALKINS
SHERIFF

We are now inside of Sherrif Calkin's office where we see the Sheriff sitting at his desk with Mr. Judd Higgins standing in fron of him.

SHERIFF DAN CALKINS to JUDD HIGGINS: (As the Sheriff is sitting there looking at Mr. Higgins with a mean look on his face as he is saying in a mean voice): "Francis Carvel, a New York Hoodlum? Judd Higgins you must be crazy!"

JUDD HIGGINS to SHERIFF DAN CALKINS: (As Mr. Higgins is standing there with a perplexed look on his face and is using a worried voice): "That's what I thought at first, Sheriff. But unless I am crazy this young fella oreator."

JOHNNY FORBES to SHERIFF DAN CALKINS: (As Johnny has now entered the Sheriff's office with his hands in his pockets and has a worried look on his face and using a worried voice): "Not only a hoodlum Sheriff, but he's wanted for murder as well. It would be quiet a feather in your cap too, if you could nail a guy that the New York Police have given up as dead!"

SHERIFF DAN CALKINS to JOHNNY FORBES and JUDD HIGGINS: (As he is sitting there in a total state of dismay says): "I know, but......"

JUDD HIGGINS to SHERIFF DAN CALKINS: (As Judd Higgins is standing there looking at him with a look of madness on his face and a mad voice): "But, we'll make local history, Dan!"

JOHNNY FORBES to SHERIFF DAN CALKINS: (As Johnny is standing there looking at Sheriff Calkins in a mean way as he is using an excited voice): "See, you'll be out there with us watching and we'll spring this LaVerne girl on him unexpectedly. And the moment she sees him she'll recognize him."

JUDD HIGGINS to SHERIFF DAN CALKINS: (As Mr. Higgins is now all excited in helping Johnny nab Mr. Carvel-Hadley is saying in an excited voice): "And, then he'll give himself away, and you'll grab him."

SHERIFF DAN CALKINS to JUDD HIGGINS and JOHNNY FORBES: (As Sheriff Calkins is now scratching his head and is saying to both Judd Higgins and Johnny in a very agreeable voice): "Unhn, sounds all right, but......"

JOHNNY FORBES to SHERIFF DAN CALKINS: (As Johnny is now shaking a fist at Sheriff Calkins in a state of glee as he is now using an excited voice): "I tell you Sheriif, we can't miss."

We are now at the airport where we see the airplane of Gladys LaVerne now tsxing in as the airplane is being greeted by Johnny, Beth, and Milton.

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking at Beth in a serious manner and using a serious voice): "There's the gun fare, remember Carvel has to be there tonight!"

We now see Beth and Milton standing there looking at Johnny and are nodding their heads in agreement to Johnny's statement.

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADY LaVERNE: (As Gladys is now walking up to Johnny with a happy look on her face as Johnny is now smiling at her and shaking her hand says in a happy voice): "Hello, Gladys."

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is shaking Johnny's hand in happiness and is using a happy voice): "Hello, Mr, Forbes, gee I couldn't believe it when that man told me you had a job for me!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is now giving Beth a quick and mischievous grin and is saying to Gladys in a happy voice): "I promised you, didn't I?"

We now see Johnny making introductions betwixt the two lovely young ladies.

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADY LaVERNE and BETH CORNELL: (In a happy way as he is pointing at Beth and is saying to Gladys): "This is Beth Cornell. This is Gladys LaVerne."

We now see the two ladies standing there smiling at one another as they are exchanging polite formalities with one another.

BETH CORNELL to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As she is in a total polite state): "How do you do?"

GLADY LaVERNE to BETH CORNELL: (As she is smiling happily at Beth and using a happy voice): "How do you do, Beth."

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at Beth in a pure mischievous state as he is saying): "You're gonna take over her job for a couple of weeks."

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys is standing there in happiness as she is saying): "Sounds good to me."

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is giving Beth a quick mischievous look as he is saying to Gladys mischievously): "She just had a heart attack, henhumn, sediment in the throat."

GLADYS LaVERNE to BETH CORNELL: (As Gladys is standing there smiling politely at Beth as is saying in a carrying tone of voice): "Oh, what a shame. Even if it's a break for me!"

BETH CORNELL to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Beth is looking at Gladys in a polite manner says politely): "Oh, it was nothing serious. Johnny recommended you and I was only too glad to fix it up with the Colonel."

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys is standing there with a huge smile on her face and is saying to of them in a very thankful voice): "Oh, I certainly appreciate it."

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL and GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is politely helping the two ladies in Milton's autocab and is saying to them in a polite state): "Well, you better run along now. Beth will show you the ropes, see you tonight."

We are now back at the Colonial House where we see a couple of Jim Hadley's thugs bust at work along with Jim. Johnny is now entering in.

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is now approaching the 'Mafia Don' in a full blown state of demented mischief as he is using a wicked voice): "Good-evening, Mr. Carvel!"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is looking at Johnny with a mean look and is using a polite voice): "Evening Forbes, somebody leave a window open?"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is looking at him with an evil look and is using an evil voice): "I came by boat."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Francis-Jim is standing there collecting some poker chips and is saying to Johnny in a mischievous voice): "Wanna try your luck at this too?"

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is looking at him mischievously and in a mean voice): "Never gamble."

We now see Beth Cornell and Gladys LaVerne entering into the main gambling area of the Colonial House as Gladys stops for a moment and looks at Johnny in a happy manner as Johnny is now looking back at her in a mischievous agreement as she is getting ready to sing.

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is now looking at Mr. Carvel-Hadley in a really wicked way and is saying to him in a low and wicked voice): "But I would take that drink you offered me the other night."

As Johnny and Francis-Jim are talking we here some casino workers talking in the background as the are stating. "All bet's are down. Five on the black, seventeen on the red."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is now putting down the stack of poker chips and is saying to Johnny in a really happy voice): "It's a pleasure."

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As he is walking away to get Johnny his drink as Johnny says to him in a wicked voice): "No problem, Jim!"

We now see Francis Carvel {Jim Hadley} on his way to get the mischievous Johnny his libation. As we also see Judd Higgins and Sheriff Dan Calkins standing in the side lines.

JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is walking passed some of his partners in crime as Johnny is saying in a low and mean voice): "Good-evening Sheriff, Hi Mr. Higgins."

JUDD HIGGINS and SHERIFF DAN CALKINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As they are standing there very politely and are responding back to Johnny in a polite state): "Good-evening!"

We now see Beth walking up happily to the orchestra leader and she is asking him in a very polite state): "Would you play Miss LaVerne's music now., please."

ORCHESTRA LEADER to BETH CORNELL: (As he is looking at Beth in a carrying manner and is using a carrying voice): "Certainly Beth, is your throat better?"

BETH CORNELL to the ORCHESTRA LEADER: (As she is rubbing her throat and is looking at him kindly as she is saying politely): "Unhn, yes, much better, thank-you."

We now see Beth getting up on the stage to get ready to sing her song as the orchestra is getting ready to play. We also see Mr. Carvel-Hadley getting Johnny that libation he was offered the other night.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is politely asking Johnny what kind of a libation that he wants): "What will you have, Mr. Forbes."

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As Johnny is saying to him in a low and serious voice): "Brandy, wasn't it?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to TOM HIS BARKEEP: (As he is now lighting up a stogie and is saying to Tom in a polite voice): "Two brandy's, Tom."

As Mr. Carvel-Hadley was busy ordering the libations we now see Johnny looking at Beth with a mischievous look of agreement as she is happily going along with Johnny's plot to corner Carvel-Hadley.

Instead of Beth being on the stage this time singing we now see Gladys LaVerne as another tad bit more of a plot to corner Hadley-Carvel.

GLADYS LaVERNE'S SONG {START}:

"I lived at a slow pace. But a slow pace got me no place. So I'm gathering spee, so that is what I need. I've changed to a fast clip. And I'm all set for a fast trip. Cuz I'm out to make time. I'm trying to find, I'm hitting the hot spots. I'm ready to do the town. No worries to weigh me down. I'm gettin' that swing. I'm hitting the hot spots. Don't want any good advice. I'm willing to pay the price. I'm having my fling. I'm true like be ever like a mourner. I've learned a few things. I'm true sittin' in a corner. I'm sittin' in a hot spot. I'm crossing the danger line. So hang out the danger sign. Look out below. Cuz I'm trying, from high flying and I'm dieing to go."

GLADYS LaVERNE'S SONG {END}:

As Gladys was singing she was also doing a soft shoe style of a dance and we also see Johnny with an evil look on his face as he is now noticing that Beth and Gladys have now exchanged places.

Also as Gladys was singing we now see Mr. Carvel-Hadley striking up a stogie as he is now looking at Johnny with an evil eye look like he is slightly caving in and is recognizing Gladys' voice. Johnny has now looked at him in a really wicked way. As Gladys was singing, Jim was looking at her with a mean and somewhat I know who you are look but then he quickly gathers his wits and is trying to cover his slight glich.

We now see Johnny looking to his right as he is happily noticing Judd Higgins and Sheriff Dan Calkins coming on the scene. Plus we also see Beth in the side lines as she is looking at Johnny with a scared look on her face as she is wondering what to do next. Johnny is now looking at Mr. Carvel-Hadley as he is now in a bith of a hot situation as he is doing his ever loving best to not let anyone know he knows who she is. We now see Judd Higging pushing Sheriff Dan Calkins on his arm as a signal to go on forward. Francis-Jim is standing there acting as nonchalant as he possible can as he is now starting to feel the pinch of becoming closer to getting caught.

JOHNNY FORBES to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As he is looking at him with a really wicked look on his face and is using a wicked voice): "How do you like the new Nightingale?"

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Francis-Jim is now trying to be as 'cool as a cucumber' and really trying to hide the faces says to Johnny in a calm voice): "Not a very good substitute for Miss Cornell, a friend of yours?"

We now see Johnny looking at Francis-Jim with a really ugly look on his face as Johnny and Francis-Jim are now looking at Gladys with looks of wonderment on their faces. Gladys has now completed her number as she stops right in front of Francis-Jim so she can get a good look at him.

We now hear the audience applauding in agreement with her singing as he is starting to exit.

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at he with a polite look on his face as he is using a polite voice): "Miss LaVerne?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now turning around and is acknowledging Johnny in a polite manner says): "Yes!"

JUDD HIGGINS to SHERIFF DAN CALKINS: (As Mr. Higgins is now looking at the Sheriff with a serious look and is using a serious and polite voice): "Now, watch this."

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As he is now politely introducing her to Francis-Jim as Johnny is saying a polite tone): "I want you to meet an old friend of mine, Mr. Francis Carvel!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As they are standing there exchanging polite smiles and she is looking very closely at him as Gladys is saying in a polite voice): "Any friend of Johnny's is a friend of mine, Mr. Carvel."

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY } to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Mr. Carvel-Hadley is standing there smoking on his stogie and is responding back to her politely): "Thank-you, it's a pleasure I assure you."

We now see Gladys giving Mr. Carvel-Francis a polite look as she is now giving Johnny a slightly wicked look as Johnny is looking at her dementedly. As Gladys is now leaving we see Johnny looking around the Colonial House for his contacts as Mr. Carvel-Hadly now raises his glass of brandy in a toast of agreement about meeting Gladys as he is now taking a sip and is giving Johnny an evil look,

As Mr. Carvel-Hadley was looking at Johnny wickedly as he is killing off his brandy we some more bettings taking place in the background. "All bet's down, ten or red. Make your bets now. Make your bets, place your bets let it ride on five black."

Mr. Carvel-Hadley has now exited as we see Judd Higgins and Sheriff Dan Calkins looking at one another with worried and dismayed looks as they are now approaching Johnny Fobes. We now see Judd Higgins giving Johnny a really ugly look along with Sheriff Dan Calkins.

SHERIFF DAN CALKINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As the Sheriff is now saying to Johnny in a mean voice): "So, we can't miss, ehy? Come on Higgins."

JOHNNY FORBES to JUDD HIGGINS and SHERIFF DAN CALKINS: (As he is saying to the two of them in a really low voice): "Now look, I'm not licked yet, I'll tell the girl the man's Hadley and then she'll......"

SHERIFF DAN CALKINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Sheriff Calkins is now interupting Johnny in a mad state as he is now shouting at Johnny in a mean voice): "I don't care what you do Mr. Forbes, but I'm going home and get some sleep."

JUDD HIGGINS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As he is also looking at Johnny meanly and is using a mad voice in agreement with Sheriff Calkins): "Me too, and I was gonna get out an extra."

We now see both Judd Higgins and Sheriff Dan Calkins exiting in a disgusted state. Johnny and Beth are now entering in Gladys LaVerne's dressing quarters in a state of worry.

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now sitting at her dressing table and is fixing her hair asks Johnny in a happy and questionable voice): "How did I do?"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is answering her bac in a hurtful voice): "As a singer you did okay Gladys."

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at him with a smile on her face and is using a worried voice): You don't sound to pleased about it."

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is standing in front of her with his hands behind his back and has a mad look on his face and is using a mad voice): "I'm gonna be Frank with you. My bringing you down here wasn't entirely to help you."

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now looking at her grooming utensils on her dressing stand as she is saying in a low and hurtful voice): "I was afraid there'd be a catch to it, well, what is it?"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is standing there with a hurtful look on his face and a polite voice): "Suppose I told you that it wasn't Jim Hadley they buried two years ago."

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny with a puzzled look and is using a puzzled voice): "Why, I'd say you're crazy!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at her with a look of hurt and is using a sad voice): "You'd be wrong Gladys. Hadley's alive."

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys is giving Johnny a really mean look and is using a questionable voice): "I don't believe it, Jim's dead!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is in a state of carryingness as he says to her): "I ran across a picture of yours with a inscription across the front of it."

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny in wonderment and using a tone of wonder in her voice): "So what, I use to give them out by the dozen when I was at 'The Dawn Club'."

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny has a mad look on his face and in a mad voice): "How many did you inscribe like this?"

TO: JIM
BECAUSE HE'S MY MAN
WITH ALL MY LOVE

We now see Gladys looking away with a look of hurt and dismay on her face as she is coming to a realization the Johnny is possibly correct about Jim Hadley still possibly being alive. Gladys is now getting up from her dressing table as she is now walking away in a state of hurt.

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As he is now approaching her in a carrying state as he is saying to her in a low and carrying voice): "Strike a familiar chord? Who did you give that picture to?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at a wall and is slightly crying as she is saying in a very hurtful voice): "Jim Hadley, where is he?"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at her with a really hurtful look and is using a carrying voice): "You just met him, he calls himself Francis Carvel."

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny with a look of wonder and is using a questionable voice): "Carvel, he isn't Jim, he couldn't be!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at her with a really hurtful look as he is sayign to her in a low and sad voice): "But, he is!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at him in dismay as she is using a worried voice): "Why he, his voice is different, his face."

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is standing there looking at her in total hurt and dismay is now saying to her in a carrying voice): "Plastic surgery. Gladys I want you to take another look at him, a good look, look into his eyes."

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys is standing there with a deep look of hurt on her face as she is saying to Johnny in a low and hurtful voice): "All right Johnny, and if it is Jim?"

We now see Gladys exiting as she is giving Johnny a really hurtful look. We now see Roy the Butler opening the door to the Colonial House as we now see Johnny, Beth, and Gladys entering in. As there a guests gambling.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to the TWENTY-ONE DEALER: (As Francis-Jim is sitting there in a hurtful state as he says to the dealer): "Hit me!"

We now see Francis-Jim standing up to exit as he has now finished his hand of 'Twenty-One' as Gladys is now approaching him to give him the stare down to recognize him as Jim Hadley.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As she is now approaching him and he is saying to her in a low and polite voice): "Hello, there!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As she is now politely starring him down and is saying to him in a polite voice): "Having any luck?"

FRANCIS CARVEL (JIM HADLEY} to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As he is now looking at her with a look a devilment in his eyes as he is saying in a low and mean voice): "Plenty, most of it bad!"

We now see Gladys and Francis-Jim standing there starring at one another as she is really looking at his eyes to see if she can recognize him as Jim Hadley.

FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY} to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As they are still engaged in their stare down as he is saying to her in a low and polite voice): "Wanna play my hand?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to FRANCIS CARVEL {JIM HADLEY}: (As she is looking at him with a look of wonderment as she is saying to him with a low and sad vocie): "Hunh, no thanks, I, I, never was much of a gambler!"

We now see Gladys leaving Francis-Jim in a state of dismay as she is now approaching Johnny who has a look of wonderment on his face. We just got a quick glimpse of Francis-Jim as he is watching Gladys exit as he knows full well who she is, his ex-sweetheart.

We are now outside on the main veranda of the Colonial House where we Gladys standing there with a hurtful look on her face as Beth and Johnny are now exiting out behind her in a state of carryingness.

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny and Beth are looking at her in states of worry as Johnny asks): "Well?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny with a look of dismay on her face as she is saying to Johnny in a mad voice): "Look Johnny, you must be wrong. This Carvel, he's a gentleman!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at her with a look of meaness as he is saying to her in a low and polite voice): "But, you don't understand, it wasn't just his face he changed, but his whole personality!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at Johnny with a hurtful look on her face and is using a serious voice): "Look, you know I'd turn him in if I was sure. But, I'm not!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is now standing there giving Gladys 'THE THIRD DEGREE' as he is asking her): "Then how did he happen to have that autographed picture of yours?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now standing there with a dismayed look on her face and is saying in a quizzical voice): "I don't understand that!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is still giving her the 'THIRD DEGREE' and is saying to her in a worried voice): "But I saw him burn it, why?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is standing there in a full blown state of hurt as she is saying to him in a hurtful voice): "Oh, I don't know!"

JOHNNY FORBES to GLADYS LaVERNE: (As Johnny is looking at her with a mad look and is shouting at her in a really mad voice): "Well, if you don't, Gladys, nobody will. I guess I'm just a sucker!"

We now see Gladys and Beth standing on the veranda looking at Johnny with a really hurtful looks on their faces as Johnny is now starting to walk away in a state of defeat and sadness.

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is now grabbing Johnny by his arm and has a smile on her face as she is saying to Johnny in a happy voice as she has now thought of a different angle to frame Carvel-Hadley): "Look Johnny, I just thought of something, Duke!"

BETH CORNELL to GLADYS LaVERNE and JOHNNY FORBES: (As Beth is looking at the two of them in dismay as she is saying in a questionable voice): "Duke?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH CORNELL: (As Johnny is looking at her with a quick and mischievous glimpse as he is saying to her in a quick reply): "Yeah, that's Hadley's dog!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Gladys is saying to Johnny in a positive and hopeful voice): "If this man is Jim, Duke will recognize him, there's no doubt about that!"

We now see Johnny, Gladys, and Beth standing on the veranda all with happy looks on their faces about 'sicking Duke' on the murderer Jim Hadley.

We are now back at the office of "The New York Daily Express," where we see Mr. Brandon busy at his work as he is now answering the telephone.
ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is now picking up the telephone receiver and is saying in a polite voice): "Hello? yep, yeah, well put him on. Hellos Johnny, did you nail him? What, oh, well, that settles it. You might as well come home, haaaa, haaaa, haaaa, you know for a minute, I thought you said you wanted me to send you a dog. You did?"

JOHNNY FORBES to ERIC BRANDON: (As we now see Johnny as he is standing in a telephone house and is saying to Mr. Brandon in a mean and wicked voice): "I did, Hadley's Great Dane, 'No not Dame', Dane. You know, a dog?"

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon has a mean look on his face and is saying to Johnny in a very agreeable voice): "Okay, I'll get him. Sure, anything goes. I'll charter a plane and bring him down myself. Sergeant Dexter, okay, I'll bring him too!"

This is it, we are now really close to nabbing that no good, murderer, Mafia Don, Jim Hadley as wer are now in a back room area of the Colonial House where we see the beautiful and magnificent Duke getting a bubble bath as Gladys has now given him a big kiss of love.

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton is now approaching Johnny in a state of madness as he is using hand gestures for madness and is begging Johnny in a mean voice): "I don't wanna bore you pal, but when, when?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is looking at Milton with a mean look on his face and is using a mad voice as he says to Milton in reference to the dough): "Tonight, hot or cold, you can tell Emily I said so."

This is now finally it, we see Beth Cornell walking into the back room of the Colonial House, where see Johnny Forbes, Eric Brandon, Sergeant Dexter, Gladys LaVerne, Milton Davis and Duke.

BETH CORNELL to EVERYONE: (As she is now walking into the stake-out room and is saying in a low and serious voice): "Mr. Carvel just came in!"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES: (In a really happy manner): "I'm ready!"

We now see Gladys, Johnny, Beth, Milton, Mr. Brandon, and Sergeant Dexter now walking from the stake-out room across the main veranda into the main gambling area of the Colonial House.

ERIC BRANDON to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Mr. Brandon is saying to Johnny in a mean voice): "This better be good, Johnny!"

We are now finally going to get that horrible, nasty, evil, and mean murdering Mafia Don, Jim Hadley, after many, many, many weeks and miles of dirty schemes to corner Jim Hadley. We are now nailing him with "DUKE THE SAVIOUR!"

We now see Roy the Butler happily opening the main entrance door for Johnny, Eric, Gladys, Beth, Milton, and Sergeant Dexter and 'Duke' the "killer."

BUTLER ROY to EVERYONE: (As he is now happily letting them in as he is saying in a happy voice): "Come on in!"

We now see the bakc of Jim Hadley as he has no idea whatsoever about Gladys and Duke.

Gladys is now giving Beth a scared look as Duke is standing there not doing anything yet, as Jim is standing at a Twenty-One table with his head bent down. Gladys is now quietly approaching him with Duke as she has a really scared look on her face hoping that this is the last and final attempt of nabbing him wil succeed. As Gladys is now approaching Jim Hadley we now see Beth and Johnny standing in the background with worried looks on their faces.

We have now finally succeeded we are now nabbing that horrible, rotten, murderer Mafia Don, through his poochie WHO IS NOW A HUGE HERO. We hear Duke crying in happiness as he is now barking loudly at Jim Hadley.

JIM HADLEY: (As he is now turning around and is finally giving himself away as he says questionably): "DUKE?"

GLADYS LaVERNE to JIM HADLEY: (In a really sad and worried voice as she has a scared look on her face): "JIM?"

We now see Jim Hadley as he is looking at Johnny with a really demented look on his face as Jim is pulling from his suit jacket pocket a '.38 snub-nosed revolver and is waving it around in a sheer state of dementedness. Guests are now jumping up and scrambling in every direction for their lives.

We now see Johnny running out with Beth to take her to safety as Sergeant Dexter is now approaching the demented Jim Hadley who is now gunning down Mr. Eric Brandon. Johnny is now approaching Jim Hadley as he has hit Jim square in his kisser and Jim has now hit Johnny back in his kisser.

SERGEANT DEXTER to JIM HADLEY: (As Sergeant Dexter is now approaching Jim Hadley in madness is now saying as he is dropping his gat): "Give up now Hadley, you are through!"

JIM HADLEY to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Jim is standing there facing Johnny in a really demented manner says to him, 'which are ending up to be his final words before he goes and meets his friend, Satan'): "Now, you asked for it and you're gonna get it."

We now see Gladys LaVerne shooting Jim Hadley at point blank range in his back with a .44 magnum revolver. Jim Hadley is now falling flat on his back, 'Deader Than A Door Nail'!

We now hear guests and workiers of the Colonial House screaming in panic as they are now seeing Jim Hadley laying there dead, 'Ooooh, ooooh, my, my, ooooh, ooooh, my, my, what happened!"

We now see Gladys LaVerne standing there holding her .44 magnum in a hurtful state as she is now crying as Beth and Johnny are now running up to her in a very carrying and consoling manner.

GLADYS LaVERNE to JOHNNY FORBES and BETH CORNELL: (As she is standing there looking at Jim Hadley with a really hurtful, sad, and demented look in a hurtful voice as she is now lowering her gat): "I told you, he was dead!"

This feature is starting to come to an end. After many, many, many, many, many, miles and many, many, many, many, many, different schemes that we thought up to get that horrible, rotten, good for nothing, murdering Mafia Don Jim Hadley we did by his doggie Duke the Dane and the .44 magnum of Gladys gunning him down, sending him to 'Hell' where he belongs.

We now see Milton running happily to the back of his autocab singing merrily as he is now tieing a string of shoes to his bumper and is putting a "JUST MARRIED" sign on his reserved tire. We now see the happily married couple, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Forbes walking out of the Colonial House happily to Milton's autocab.

BETH CORNELL-FORBES to HUSBAND JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at him happily as he is looking at her in love as she is saying): "You really mean it Johnny?"

JOHNNY FORBES to BETH FORBES: (As he is saying to her in a really lovey dovey voice as he is putting their luggage in the back area of Milton's autocab): "You bet I do, honey. From now on, I'm a changed man, no more of these cross country trips for me."

Johnny is now lovingly kissing his bride as he now sees a person drive by that looks familiar to him.

WIFE BETH FORBES to HUSBAND JOHNNY FORBES: (As she is looking at him with a scared look on her face and is saying in a worried voice): "What's the matter?"

We now see Johnny following the driver of the automobile with his eyes and a really demented look on his face.

HUSBAND JOHNNY to WIFE BETH: (In a really low and evil voice): "Where have I seen that face before?"

HUSBAND JOHNNY to WIFE BETH: (As he is asking her in a perplexed voice): "Honey, did you ever see a face that bothers you? I got it!"

We now see poor Milton Davis with a really worried look on his face as he is now thinking that he is once again on another wild goose chase with Johnny after he heard what Johnny said about, 'seeing a face that bothers you'. Milton is now passing out on the driveway in fear and worry behind his autocab, 'AS HE NEVER HAS YET SEEN HIS DOUGH FROM THIS MAN HUNT', and is now thinking that Johnny is now going to run up another humongous autocab fare.

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny now has a really hurt look on his face as he is now shouting at Milton in panic): "Hey, hey, Milt, hey Milt, do you still got that gasoline...... . Hey Milt, what's the matter, (we see Johnny approaching Milton in a really worried state as he is now finding Milton passed out after hearing Johnny ask about the gasoline charge plate and is about ready to embark on Milton another wild man hunting goose chase.

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now slapping Milton on his face to bring him around is shouting in a state of panic): "Hey Milt, what's the matter? Milt, hey Milt, Mit?"

MILTON DAVIS: (As Johnny is now kneeling down on the parkway making sure Milton is all right as Milton is saying in a half dazed voice): "Emily, Emily honey, it wasn't my fault!"

FEATURE FADE OUT: {ONE}:

MILTON DAVIS to JOHNNY FORBES: (As Milton has now come too and is asking Johnny in a worried voice): "Hunhn, hunhn, where we going?"

JOHNNY FORBES to MILTON DAVIS: (As johnny is still worried about Milton as he is holding him in his arm and is saying to Milton in a really mean voice): "F-L-O-R-I-D-A!"

FEATURE FINAL FADE OUT:

Where we see Johnny Forbes looking at Milton Davis who has now once again passed out in panic as he is now thinking here we go again, another wild and wooley man hunt with absolutely 'NO AUTOCAB FARE'.


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