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So you're Al's daughter.
Yes. l've been that
as long as l can remember.
You don't seem like Al's daughter.
Actually, l'm not.
He's my son by a previous marriage.
- What did you say your name was?
- Peggy.
Peggy. My name's Fred.
How do you do?
How do you do?
No, you... Oh, no.
(  ''The Beer-Barrel Polka'')
You're a bewitching little creature.
- ln a way, you remind me of my wife.
- But you never told me you're married.
Oh, yeah. l've got a little woman
and two kiddies back there in the States.
- But let's not think of them now.
- Oh, you're so right.
This night belongs only to us.
That's the type of thing
people ought to be thinking about.
All right, l promise
l'll get right to work on it.
And there's one thing
l've been wanting to ask you.
You ask it, Peggy.
You mustn't feel shy with me.
Why don't you call your wife?
l don't know her number.
l couldn't find it in the phone book.
Phone book?!
We don't need to do any telephoning.
We're all set.
What you need is a drink.
- Good night, everybody. l'm going home.
- Why?
- l've got to. Butch is gonna drive me.
- Oh, no, no.
- No, you can't...
- lt's quite all right.
- Don't leave. l'll be right back.
- Good night.
- Good night.
- Poor kid. He's got to go home.
Doesn't that put any ideas in your head?
l'd love to.
Lights out, Steve.
Oh! Ho-ho-ho!
Where do we go next, old pal, old pal?
Just follow me, old pal.
- Good night, Al.
- Good night. Nice party.
This it, Fred?
lt looks like it.
Ooh, silly.
Good night, Milly. Many thanks
for a most enjoyable evening.
- Good night, Fred.
- Good night, Al.
Best of luck to you.
- l'll give him your message.
- You do that.
(British accent) And good night to you,
Peggy. lt has indeed been a pleasure.
- Yes, Fred. See you soon.
- By all means.
l beg your pardon.
Good night.
We'd better wait and see if he gets in.
l don't think he even knows
if this is the right place.
Come on.
- Where are we all going now?
- Don't ask. We want it to be a surprise.
- They make a lovely couple, don't they?
- (laughs) Yeah.
l think they'll be very happy together.
- Who are you?
- Don't you remember? l'm Peggy.
Oh, yes. Peggy.
l'm not that Peggy.
That's too bad.
As l remember, when you lie
flat on your back you snore.
Where's your hand?
Give me your hand.
..my souvenirs
..my souvenirs
..my souvenirs
- ls Fred all right?
- Yes. He's all right.
- You'll be comfortable here.
- Sure, Mom. Night.
Night, dear.
- Night.
- Night.
Bandits at four o'clock.
lt's all right, buddy.
You got him.
He's hit.
She's on fire. She's on fire!
The fire's spreading.
lt's Gadorsky.
There goes number four.
She's breaking formation.
Watch out for fighters.
lt's spread to the wing.
The wing's on fire!
She's out of control.
She's out of control!
She's going down!
Hey, you guys, jump!
Get outta there! Bail out!
Gadorsky, get out of that plane!
Two chutes open.
- The rest of you guys...
- Fred.
- ..get out!
- Fred, wake up!
- Gadorsky! Gadorsky!
- Wake up!
- She's burning up! Get out! Get out!
- Fred! Fred, wake up!
She's burning up!
She's gonna hit. Look out!
lt's all right, Fred. Go back to sleep.
Go back to sleep.
Go back to sleep, Fred.
There's nothing to be afraid of.
All you have to do is...
go to sleep and rest.
Go to sleep.
Go to sleep, Fred.
Go to sleep and rest.
Go to sleep, Fred.
Go to sleep.
All you have to do is rest.
Go to sleep.
Oh, l'm terribly sorry l woke you up.
Oh, that's all right. But...
l know. You're about to say ''Where am l?''
l'll tell you later, Fred.
You can sleep as long as you want.
Did he fly 1 7 s or 24s?
l don't know.
- What group was he with?
- He didn't say.
Well, what did you two talk about?
Rob, you'd better hurry up.
You'll be late for school.
Holy Moses!
l'll see you later. Bye.
Oh, excuse me, Captain.
l'm Rob Stephenson, Peggy's brother.
She's in there in the

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