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How are the children?
What news have you
from the factory, dear?
Is your papa there? Good.
Hello, Papa, is that you?
The conference with the Saxonia company
is set for tomorrow morning, Papa.
If the merger does not go through,
we are in very bad shape, Papa.
Everything depends upon news
from Manchester.
If the deal with the Manchester
Cotton Company does not go through...
we're facing a very bad situation, Papa.
I'm Suzette, Mme. Grusinskaya's maid.
Madame will not dance today.
She will not go to the rehearsal.
She did not sleep all night.
There is something preying on her mind.
I gave her a tablet, a Veronal.
She's sleeping now.
This is Baron von Geigern.
Look here, I need money,
or I can't stay at this hotel much longer.
I've laid the groundwork.
I know the exact position of her room.
I've made friends
with her ballet master, Pimenov.
Listen, Heinrich.
I've taken all my savings, everything...
and Im going to enjoy spending it.
All of it.
It's terribly expensive here, Heinrich.
But it's wonderful.
I can't! I'll lose my job.
It's like being in jail.
Rely on me, Papa.
I will make this merger go through.
I never fail.
Poor Madame. Her mind is tortured.
I'm afraid she will...
I don't need advice, thanks very much.
I need money!
Music all the time. It's wonderful.
Grand Hotel.
People coming, going.
Nothing ever happens.
[Classical instrumental music]
Mme. Grusinskaya will not want her car.
CLERK: Mme. Grusinskaya's car
is not to be brought.
BARON: Here.
BELLBOY: Yes, Baron?
BARON: Adolphus is very vexed with you.
BELLBOY: Yes, Baron?
You didn't take him for his walk
this morning.
BELLBOY: The door was locked.
BARON: You should've knocked.
That's why they don't like little dogs
in big hotels.
The doors are locked.
They can't get out. You see?
- Yes, Baron.
- I want you to take him for a good walk.
- You understand?
- Yes, Baron.
- Don't bring him back till he's exhausted.
- No, Baron.
Wait a minute.
It's quite all right.
[Phone ringing]
PORTER: Hello?
SENF: That for me?
PORTER: No. Mme. Grusinskaya's car's
to be brought.
PORTER: Mme. Grusinskaya's car's
to be brought.
Good evening.
Will you send this to Mme. Grusinskaya?
SENF: Yes, Baron.
BARON: Thanks very much.
PIMENOV: Good evening. My key, 168.
- Good evening, Mr. Pimenov.
- Good evening, Baron.
- How is the beautiful lady?
- Grusinskaya?
To tell the truth, Baron,
tonight we're a little bit nervous.
Were you at the theater last night?
I'm always there
when Grusinskaya dances.
- Last night was not so good.
- I thought she was splendid.
Is Mr. Preysing in? I'm Dr. Zinnowitz.
SENF: Mr. Preysing. Visitor.
PREYSING: Here you are.
ZINNOWITZ: Waiting long?
Waiting? I've been waiting for news
from Manchester.
That's bad. You can't hold out unless
you merge with the Saxonia company.
- I know.
- The Saxonia company will never sign...
unless your firm is tied up
with the Manchester people.
They don't have to. I told you that.
Yes, I know. I'm very much worried.
But I have my agent in Manchester.
I'm expecting a telegram any minute.
You have to create a good impression.
Seem optimistic.
Don't even mention Manchester
to the Saxonia crowd. Be clever.
No, I cannot do that, Dr. Zinnowitz.
I'm used to making my deals
on a solid basis.
I'm an honest businessman,
a good husband and a father.
I have nothing to conceal.
I could not live happily otherwise.
Yes, I know.
We'll go someplace and talk it over.
I'm expecting a stenographer.
Send her to Mr. Preysing's room. 166.
CLERK: Yes, Dr. Zinnowitz.
DOCTOR: Letters for me?
CLERK: No, Doctor.
DOCTOR: Telegrams?
CLERK: No, Doctor.
He always seems to be waiting
for something...
but it never happens.
DOCTOR: No messages?
SENF: No, Doctor.
BARON: Yes, I was in the war.
CLERK: Your bill.
BARON: You're not beginning that again?
OTTO: Please pay attention to me.
I've no time.

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