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  • FOR THEM THAT TRESPASS

  • Subtitles by Seglora

  • Oh,look.They printed it.

  • What,dear?

  • My poem.In the Morning Post

  • It looks like much better than in Christie's writing.Doesn't it?

  • This is a solemn moment,Mrs Drew. The golden moment in a writer's life

  • The moment when he sees his name in print for the first time

  • His foot in on the lowest ground

  • The ladder stretches up above him,up and up to untold heights

  • Well,Christie,can you scale it,you think?

  • I heard that,decent try,Sir

  • I can write,I know I can, Cochrane said I could

  • Charles Cochrane?

  • I send him my play to read.He asked me to go to see him at the theatre

  • Is he going to do it?

  • No

  • He said that one day he might be very glad to do a play of mine

  • but at the moment I haven't discovered pain and power

  • passion

  • Life hadn't hit me with its full glory and sordidness

  • in short my play had not got harsh

  • I am utterly convinced and so is your mother

  • that great things will come to you in time

  • I am equally convinced that what you need at present is a bread and butter job

  • There never was an author born into this world who didn't had to eat

  • As your lead father's dearest friend I should like to put a proposition to you

  • May I visit you?

  • Yes,Vicar,please

  • I need a secretary,if you think you care to fill the post

  • I promise I would wink of any lyric poetry mistakenly inserted in my sermon notes

  • Thank You ,Sir

  • That's wonderful.I always dreaded working in the bank

  • The vicar's secretary,they have splendid,

  • and if you find that you are not clever enough to be a writer

  • you could always be a clergyman

  • Hello,Christie,how is the play?

  • I'm stuck

  • Rotten luck

  • What's wrong? Is the vicar smothering your muse?

  • No,not Pevency,vicar.Not his fault.Mine

  • I need experience,experience of life

  • It's bad for writers to be sheltered,Robert

  • Look at Swinburne,Villon,Kit Marlowe

  • roaring and singing around the taverns of cheap-side,living,seeing and writing

  • He had heart,all right

  • Say,you're ambitious

  • Shut up,I'm talking French, you wouldn't understand

  • A farmer would,its filth that fertilize then rejuvenates the earth

  • Lenten,Sir

  • It isn't pretty is it Bob?

  • It's beauty there, if you can see it

  • Do you ever read Kit Marlowe?

  • No

  • Would he,and Shakespeare for that matter,

  • had become the greatest poets and dramatists the world have ever known

  • if they hadn't seen life

  • I don't believe they would

  • Life doesn't come to you,you have to go out and look for it

  • A beer please

  • Bitter or ale,Dear

  • Bitter,please

  • That'll be four pence,Dear

  • Oh,very sorry,my love you aren't sure

  • Condessa

  • Stop it Herbie

  • You make him stop his legs

  • Herb,you can't take any liberty with Frankie now, you know

  • And when you was doing time she got herself mixed up with something posh

  • Jim,you,since when is a real woman,being posh

  • "How much,Mark.In a hurry, Bee,still there is plenty in the till"

  • "Because the Copsy spent the brass from his last job,now are getting mad"

  • His glory they just want the dog

  • And dug it up,when he come out, just like another dog

  • Oh,it's not worth it

  • I wouldn't know

  • Cops would always come out on top

  • Just says you,meet me here in three weeks time,and say that again

  • Hello,another job?

  • Give it a rest,makes you being here for half an hour

  • Where is it this time?

  • -Bank of England? -Glasgow

  • -And if we get the stuff.. -You get 5 years

  • Ah,mark it,it's essential,it can't go wrong

  • Who is in?

  • You know it is,his name is Jocko,he is a Scot,he is coming here tonight

  • Don't ask everyone to do a job

  • And picked his pals,we,I am hand picked,see

  • Oh,you'd liked it to be

  • Boy,will you would need it

  • Go out and play,I want to talk to Herbie

  • All right.,I was going anyway,it's my round

  • Don't do it,it's barmy

  • when every cop in England, saw a picture in Exeter Star

  • So what? If I get another stretch. What's that to you?

  • I would be in for 6 months,I come out Yeah,Frankie are you stuck on Jim?

  • He is stuck on me,more around, he wants to marry me

  • What's wrong with stuck on him too

  • Scared me Ida,as she was dead scared of Jim

  • I'm scared of him myself

  • That's why I've got to lay off with you

  • That waxes me

  • That fat over there,the one with the moon face and double chin

  • Ask her if she is stuck on Jim

  • I'll take her to the hospital

  • Yes.Chuck Jim.You got me back now

  • For how long? You go straight and I'll come back to you

  • You will have me in the Salvation Army,next.Oh,Frankie,it is not so easy

  • I've done it

  • That's rich,steady, you straight? Ha,ha,ha

  • Go on laugh.If I weren't Molly, and Monique,I may not be so good,I am on it

  • All right,all right

  • I'm not ashamed of anything I've done, sorry for nothing,Frankie,that's me

  • I'm sorry for nothing,Herb,that's me

  • It's Jocko.I must hop it

  • Steady,Herbie

  • So long

  • Lend us a dollar to next month

  • Now Chris,sorry Jocko just a friend

  • All right.We'll go somewhere where you haven't any friends.Come on

  • Don't see where you are going?

  • Sorry

  • Come on.It is still there.And it isn't milk

  • May I get you another?

  • The Dame would be charmed I'm sure

  • You keep your mouth out of it, or it will be mopped,sweetie

  • You great stark lump of nothing

  • Say

  • And,who asked you to interrupt two ladies conversation

  • Making troubles between friends

  • Getting familiar right?

  • You wait until Gilliard about this

  • Frankie,she is not worth it

  • You get out of it and don't interfere

  • You are part wet pigeon

  • You laughing great filth

  • You harassed me..

  • Be naughty now,has your mouth out

  • Now Frankie,turning ginger

  • Look at those

  • Here to my love,Frankie

  • You yellow headed something

  • Ay,ay,thought that,queens very rude

  • Stretch on

  • Get me free,great boy,I am a lady. This is a free country

  • Just let me get her,just let me get her

  • No,no.Please

  • Haven't you done enough of getting drinks and all

  • I did apologize,you know

  • That's right

  • You are welcome to buy another one,wasn't you?

  • -I was yes -Give me that to me

  • No,please don't bother

  • OK.How about that drink?

  • I got it.Drinks is clearly indicated

  • Clearly indicated? You do talk funny

  • What's your name?

  • Kit

  • -Kit -Kit what?

  • -Kit Marlowe -Kit Marlowe

  • That's nice.My thing

  • Thank you

  • Here is the Oakley Arms

  • -Come on -No.Let's go to somewhere quiet

  • The same to me

  • I live over there

  • 120 Croyber Square

  • Lovely isn't it? Do you live somewhere posh as well?

  • I live in Serram Hill

  • No wonder you talk nice

  • Gentleman of leisure,right?

  • No.I am a Vicar...I write

  • What do you do?

  • I work at the Station Buffet

  • You're happy?

  • All I can grumble.

  • Anyone on in service taking out the morning tea

  • to some old trout who lays in bed all day

  • When I take out morning tea I take it to myself

  • Some not,sorry,Kit.Sorry over nothing Frankie.That's me

  • Don't worry.My landlady puts herself to sleep at nights with gin

  • Well,sit down.Seats are free

  • Don't be shy

  • You've been much with girls like me,have you?

  • I'm easy,see?

  • Just what I look like.Not like those inscrutable you writers write about

  • You make a living writing?

  • No.Not yet.I am going to.I've had a poem published

  • Go on.Read it to me

  • -You want to hear it -Yes,I'd like to

  • It's called Sunset

  • So bowed old Ben with heavy feet and slow towards..

  • Carry on

  • towards the splendor of the setting sun

  • your poor unworldly piece of day work done there by the shadows of verode you go

  • wind is quiet and the evening still and the roads so leveled

  • that the younger feet sound brisk and lively on the hard paved street

  • Yet you walked as though you climbed a hill

  • Go on

  • It's all

  • Sympathize

  • You'd like to keep it?

  • Yes.I'll put it somewhere safe

  • Fancy you writing all them funny things

  • I'll keep my treasures behind the grate and I won't forget where I put them

  • You'll go far.I can see that

  • I'll take it up and read it when I am old and you're famous

  • I can't see you old

  • That's nice of you

  • Jim says that too.In that certain way you do

  • Jim?

  • My man.He is a fireman

  • He's the chap that chokes the fire,not the kind that puts them out

  • He is on the Mersey Land Express, 6 10 from Euston

  • Does he know..

  • That I ask my friends in for a drink,of course he don't

  • Jim knew you was here he do me good and proper

  • Don't buy much to make him better though,

  • He is a kind of likes it,for some that do

  • Hello.Cheer me

  • Jim is jealous,he has to have his own sweet way

  • There is no one worth a row of fins to Jim but him

  • The verve that goes them railway engines

  • couldn't they can go without the help of Mr Fireman,Jim,

  • He is the one that pulls the train, the engine only helps him

  • Come on,son, enjoy give over dreaming of the girl you left behind you

  • Stuff her up and she will go to the boil

  • Why not taking your friend back for a change

  • Hello Sam

  • Give up and walk out of that railwayman

  • And take someone up with a criminal fate

  • Men always say.Why not that with you. Nothing is too good for me

  • I guess that someone else has said

  • And so do I

  • And who are you?The King of Spain?

  • Good Night Your Majesty.Thank you.

  • You are not good to any girl who expects respectability to be around with you

  • Fancy a little bad seed just like your Lordship said you was

  • Say that again

  • Don't worry,you will hear it said again next for Friday

  • You shut your mouth or I'll do it for you

  • See that he is threatening,assault and battery,he is going to murder me,he is

  • Oh,I'm frightened.I am going home to mum

  • Now what you done,murder me

  • You drive a man to murder

  • -Hear,what's this about? -He is jealous

  • She doesn't belong to him

  • Ah,stow it you all!

  • You there,cool down,old mate!

  • They are silly those gentlemen