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BrideandGloomCopyright 1954byParamount Pictures CorporationALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Olive OylOh, just think Popeye; tomorrow is our wedding day
PopeyeYeah—uh—I can hardly wait.
Olive OylOh, it's getting late. C'mon Popeye, you must go now.
Olive OylGoodnight Popeye.
PriestOlive, do you take this man to be your lawful wedded husband?
Olive OylI do.
PriestPopeye, do you take this woman to be your lawful wedded wife?
PopeyeI d— I d—
PriestI now pronounce you man and wife.
Olive OylPopeye, aren't they beautiful?
PopeyeMy boys. C'mon, ups-we-goes! Ah-guh-guh-guh-guh-guh
Olive OylHappy birthday boys! Now make a wish and blow out the candles.
Olive OylOh, boys, boys! Stop it!
Come back here you rascals!
Olive OylYou, you wild Indians!
Boys, boys! What are you doing?
PopeyeYoo-hoo Olive! Yoo-hoo Olive!
Good morning, sweetheart; your lover-boy is ready to get marriaged.
Olive OylPopeye, I ain't gonna marry you!
PopeyeConfucius say "female, she is fickle!"
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