DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, JR. & GERTRUDE LAWRENCE IN MIMI - 1935 Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. and Gertrude Lawrence do a touching scene from their 1935 movie Mimi. Gertrude looks out the window and says, "I've never seen Paris from so high up before, and I've never seen it looking more lovely. I was always told that it's a long way up to heaven." Douglas Faribanks then looks into her eyes and gives her a classic line, "Twas worth the climb" before the two embrace.
HIDE BABY IN BASS, DOG IN PIX In a bizzare domestic comedy, a husband becomes irate with his wife after finding a live chick in his egg, their baby cries when the family dog eats his food, the dog hides in the cutout of a painting and the baby is hidden inside a bass fiddle when the irate janitor investigates the noise. Broad.
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