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old man. It's sweet of you...
- but you have all the luck.
- It's true.
I have luck, for the first time in my life!
I have luck!
Baron, are you out?
Have you finished playing?
Yes, thank you.
I'll recover again presently,
in 10 or 20 years.
Look, Doctor. I've won again!
There you are.
Baron, I win and drink, and drink and win!
Gentlemen, please don't go.
Be my guests. Don't go. I beg your pardon.
I know I oughtn't to presume,
but Im so grateful to you.
It's been so marvelous.
For the first time in my life,
Ive gambled and Ive danced.
You gentlemen can laugh...
but for the first time in my life,
Ive tasted life!
- Splendid!
- Life is wonderful, but it's very dangerous.
If you have the courage to live it,
it's marvelous.
- Wonderful!
- You don't know about that.
You're healthy and happy.
But l, believe me...
if a man doesn't know death,
he doesn't know life.
- It's a short life, but a gay one.
- Please, gentlemen, don't go.
Come on. Drink to life...
to the magnificent, dangerous...
brief, wonderful life.
- Kringelein!
- And the courage to live it.
You know, Ive only lived since last night...
but that little while seems longer
than all the time that's gone before.
All of...
Take him over to his bed.
Turn him around.
How is he, Doctor?
- It will be over in a minute.
- Over?
- It's only just begun.
- Quiet, Kringelein. Don't be afraid.
I'm not afraid, Doc.
- I'm not afraid to die.
- There, there.
You'll be all right.
Too much iced champagne.
- What?
- Hello, Baron.
Hello, Kringelein.
You old drunkard.
It's late.
- What is it?
- My pocketbook.
I've lost my pocketbook.
14,000 marks in that pocketbook.
- I've got to find it.
- No, stay where you are.
No, Ive got to find that.
- Kringelein!
- 14,000 marks.
14,000 marks were in that pocketbook.
I can't see anything.
You don't know what that money means
to a man like me.
You've never lived like a dog in a hole...
and scrimped and saved.
You did not see his pocketbook,
did you, Baron?
My life hangs on that money, Baron.
Nobody ever gives you anything
for nothing.
You have to buy everything,
and pay cash for it.
I wanted to pay for my last days
with that money.
I must find it!
I haven't anything in the world
but that pocketbook!
Every hour costs money. I must find it!
Here's your pocketbook,
you silly old thing.
- There's your money.
- You found it!
That's it. You found it.
I'm very glad he got it back. 14,000 marks.
Yes. It's a lot of money, isn't it?
- Good night, Kringelein.
- Don't go, Baron. Don't leave me.
- I must, old man. It's late, Im sorry.
- No. Please don't go!
I must, old man. It's late.
Good night.
Good night, Kringelein.
Stay a while, Baron.
I'm sorry. I can't, old man.
I have no time.
Wait a minute.
- Hello, funny one.
- Hello.
What are you doing here at this time?
Looking for my room. 164.
- Do you live here?
- Yes, for tonight.
Such is life, Flaemmchen.
You're nice.
Good night...
funny one.
Good night.
Come on.
- Thank you, madam. Good night.
- Good night.
You were superb tonight. What a success!
Yes. It was a triumph, wasn't it?
Madame will return to Berlin soon?
Who knows, monsieur?
Do be sensible.
Shall I come and talk
about the music now, or not?
No. Not tonight.
Pimenov, go and find him.
- Flaemmchen.
- Hello.
I've been waiting in there for you.
I had to arrange about the trip.
- You're very sweet.
- Thank you.
Won't you sit down?
You know, you are entirely different
from what I expected.
- Different? How?
- I don't know.
I thought you were more of a coquette...
not so ladylike.
What did you expect?
Wouldn't you like to call me
by the first name?
No, I couldn't do that.
- Why not?
- I don't know.
One can't get intimate just offhand.
I could go to England with you
and all that, but...
I always say that nothing
should be left hanging over.
And names are like that.
Supposing I met you next year and I


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