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Frankie and Johnny Are Married is a comedy film chronicling the troubles a producer has trying to mount a production of the Terrence McNally play. Now Published Musicals Pulitzer Winners. Johnny is certain he has found his soul mate in Frankie.
It is their first encounter, after having ecript several weeks ago on the job, and Frankie is hopeful that Johnny will now put lunf his clothes and depart, so she can return to her usual routine of watching TV and eating ice cream.
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Kenneth Welsh played the part of Johnny in the Stage I production. List of Tony Award Winners" playbill. Tony Winners Manuscripts Special Collections. Your Prince Charming has come. Toggle navigation Choose Section. The performers had an extended period of nudity in the first act. A little crooked but The shelves aren't crooked. It's your floor. There she is! There's the little godmother. Welcome home. Have you met Bobby? We met at a Dr Pepper audition. He was the big pepper, I was the little pepper.
Hands on buzzers. Acrophobia is the fear of high places, agoraphobia is the fear of open spaces, but what are you afraid of if you're xenophobic? Lucy, this is Bobby.
He'll be taking you for your walk. She likes to chase Limos. She has delusions of grandeur. I know how to walk a dog. We do have these things in Kentucky. I'm dating Huck Finn!
So, have I found Shangri-La? He's very nice! What do you want me to say? I leave you alone for two seconds I know. I said I'd never fall in love again. It's an occupational hazard. I love watching TV with you, I hope we'll best friends the rest of our lives but there's a whole world out there, it's no use pretending there's not just because our feelings got hurt or there's some virus.
But I'm going for a VCR. A VCR. I hope it comes with a lot of attachments. That's dinner and a movie and I don't have to deal with some schmuck putting his tongue in my ear. What is the topic of discussion when lepidopterists get together? Butterflies or moths.
You've been to college, you should know that. I'm fine. Give her a kiss. Give her a nice kiss. Want some bran? May as well just eat rope and yank it through. Come on! You have feet, you have shoes! Are you OK? Hi, are you buying? I'm on sale.
I'll pay you Thursday. How you doing? Looking for company? What's the rate now? I appreciate the offer but that's a little out of my Listen, it's slow tonight. We can talk. OK, let's What about the spoon position? What you gonna do to me in the spoon position?
Party time. Yeah, well, clothes on. You know what I mean? Clothes on, spoon position. I will go on with dynamite. People got to be able to see as well as hear. Watch this, I'll do Bette Davis You all right, man. That's like a move, ain't it? All right! Chop that celery! I had a cousin, he lost two fingers at his last job.
Look at this guy, he's a hot dog. He's cute, though. He's got a cute little ass. Hey, Zorro! Anybody ever tell you you got a cute ass? Stop bothering the new guy. Everybody get to work for a change. Scrambled with bacon, two easy-overs with sausage and a Belgian waffle. I'm Johnny. Who are you? These eggs aren't runny. Mr DeLeon likes them runny. They look runny to me. They're pretty runny. And who can argue with you?
I'm reading it now. Act three, scene one. I can't find it now. OK, raw eggs coming up. Not raw, runny. Wait a minute. Nick, the pie machine's gone berserk.
Look, if he jumps, he jumps but they never do. I gotta go, I'll call you later. Yeah, bye. The new guy. I've been checking him out. Something about him I don't like. I know what you mean. Some wise guy.
No, it's the headband. She'll be back tomorrow. You know what your problem is? You're too picky. Women like that always have opinions about women like us. You girls take such good care of me. I know, I should have said ladies! No, you should have said women. Frankie, you're looking at a very old dog. In my time I've said tootsies, dolls, gals, chicks, babes, sometimes even broads - that's when I was a young man. When I was a young man, the wonder-drug was Mercurochrome.
Did I tell you my daughter-in-law wants me to call her Ms? I put up with her because of my grandchildren. Have I shown you pictures of them? Want to see them again? Some of them are out of focus. Peter, telephone. How can VCRs be so complicated? She after him already? She's fast! Like a bullet! Maybe Jorge knows about VCRs. That boy? All he got on his mind is pussy. You open his head, you'll find little hairy triangles. Frankie, come here. The professor from the college just stuck his hand up my skirt again.
You pour, I'll bump. It's very cold. I am so sorry! Are you all right? I'm so sorry. Helen's in the hospital. Her neighbour just called. She thinks this is it. It's a long time. Do you think she knows we're here? I don't know. It's a hospital. Helen, honey, it's Cora. Can you hear me?
Excuse me. Could you leave now? Helen has another visitor. We're leaving. We're gonna go now. We'll be back tomorrow. Do you think we're gonna end up like this?
She's not alone. She's alone. We'll need something under his head. Let me have your jacket. Back off, OK? Give him a little room. Call an ambulance. That's my girlfriend!
He's just sitting there, then he falls like a ton of bricks. Stand back. We need an ambulance, please. The Apollo restaurant, rd and Ninth. Is there a doctor here? Is anybody a doctor here? You gotta get him on his side so he can breathe right.
Where did you learn that? Campfire Girl I don't remember. Is he epileptic? It could be drugs. He don't look like an addict to me. What is it? Yeah, he's epileptic. Go back to your tables, he's fine. The ambulance is coming. Thanks for cooperating. Free coffee for everyone. You can make that call now, Jorge. Your name is Frankie, right? Frankie And Johnny, the song. Yeah, I've heard of it. Is he breathing all right? Frankie and Johnny were sweethearts I'm asking you out with me tonight, on a date.
He just asked her out. Keep him company. I'll wait for the ambulance. Nothing much. I just got turned down by some woman.
You're gonna be fine. Hey, Lucy. I'm actually in Rego Park. Look who's here. What's he doing here? He didn't know her. Sure he did. His first day was her last I think. Helen can use all the mourners she can get. Tino and Luther were here earlier, Nick got the flowers.
I'm gonna go with you. Funerals give me the willies. Yeah, sure. Come on, Nedda, we don't need a brick wall to fall on us. Shut up, don't be ridiculous. You're picking up a guy in a funeral parlour in front of a freakin' stiff!
In my wildest dreams I didn't do anything like that. Blow it out your ass. Sorry, Helen. Who do I have to fuck to get a waffle? Forget about the waffle. Thank you, Tino, Oscar's a lot better.
Hot plates, look out. Here's another present for you, Luther. Can I ask you something? Yeah, shoot. Tino, give me a moment here. But you didn't even know her. You don't have to know someone to feel sad for them.
It's empathy. Empathy, yeah. The sympathetic vibrations of two human beings. I didn't know either till I looked it up. You see, every day when I'm shaving, I look up a new word. It's a little piece of turkey, that's all. How can you have empathy with someone you've never met? I didn't have to meet her. I just looked at her picture and I knew. I knew she lived alone, I knew she had these dreams that weren't quite enough to keep her heart beating so she kept it going by putting a bottle of Four Roses under her pillow - nobody knew about.
You should get a crystal ball and a turban, you'd make a lot more money. I'm no fortune teller. I just tell it the way I see it. She had that look. My mother had that look her whole life.
I need a blood sausage and hash browns. She's just asking me out! I am not! I am not asking you out.
That's OK, I'll wait. Baby, you know how I feel about you, right? Don't monopolise the phone. Thank you, Cora. Did you come? I usually can hold it longer than that. I came.
I did. That was terrific. Are you sure? Are you kidding? Of course I did. Yeah, but usually a guy will moan and yell or something, you didn't even clear your throat. I trained myself to do it quietly. I'm dizzy. Maybe the shoes was too much for you.
It could have been. I like that position. Woman astride. Why didn't you say something? I would have done it. You did it. That's what this is, astride. Like this. Though my lips were sealed, my mind and my body were just shooting off fireworks. So, it wasn't exactly perfect. Don't worry about it. Can I stay over? Why not? Because if you stay over, the two of us will lay here all night, awake, pretending to be asleep but wondering why we didn't hit it off.
Johnny, you're just lonely. I'm just lonely. We don't have to be Romeo and Juliet. You got a boyfriend, you said. I got two boyfriends. I'm looking for one Mr Right. I seen the end of the world. It means the sun is up. Why doesn't he just say so instead of this bullshit?
Because he's Shakespeare. The greatest poet ever. Are you saying you don't respect me any more? I think you're both a pair of tramps. Look, I did you both a favour, I tried him out. Did he really? Two minutes tops! Like a mouse. Marcel Marceau comes louder than this guy. Maybe you scared him. That isn't out of the question. Well, maybe so but I don't read poetry. As I see it, you need two words to make it in this town - "fuck" and "you". I bet you do. I knew not to use the wig.
Do you know those gold pumps I got?
The stilettos? I put 'em on, things are looking good, but then I I know what you two are talking about. What are we talking about? Say the word. Just for me. Say it. You can do it! On the count of three. One, two, three! I watch Dr Ruth. How much? What's with you? Ladies and gentlemen, staff, I have an announcement. I'll give you one last day and I'm off to Hollywood.
Son of a bitch! Pardon my French. Nice shot. OK, serving for the game, this is it. I got you now! Go, Joe! Good game. Why won't you go to Peter's going-away party with me? I'm just eager to go out with you. That's a big difference.
West th Street, right? What are you doing looking at my punchcard? You stay away from it. What's your apartment number?
Am I close? What can I do to make you respond to me? Can I write little notes? I don't respond to little notes. I know, I gonna back off but I gotta tell you something. Why do you want to go out with me? Because the heart does things for reasons that reason cannot understand. Does Nick know about this? I'm gonna tell Nick. You got her jealous, you see? You got her all riled up. I want to know why you want to go out with me.
We're gonna go to the party and walk in alone? Our whole life we spend alone at parties. So we walk in together, it's not so bad.
So bad? No, it's not. We can do it. Do what? I don't even remember what my order was! One meatloaf platter and two chef's salads. I never forget an order. Cancel the tuna melt, the customer just died of malnutrition. I'm giving his lawyer your number, OK? Try something a little more festive.
You need these? No, not yet. I'm too old for this shit. I can't. I've cancelled this dinner three times already. I hate going to parties alone. I always feel like everybody's staring at me. Dressed in that they probably are. What time is the bullfight? Let me weave my magic spell. The land of lost dresses.
And the winner is! Now that is a party dress.
I feel prettier already. If you don't want to go to parties alone, start dating again. She hasn't had a date in three years. Not since Phillip What about that Welshman? I dated him that whole summer. I don't count him. He asked me to marry him. That's why I didn't like him. I knew he wouldn't leave his wife. What do you know about those things? I don't date by choice. Too bad because I love your choices. Mama, the pumps. Definitely the pumps. Bobby, what do you think?
Are you expecting someone? Hello, who is it? I just got goosebumps. Do you know that song? Four weeks. It says your name but it doesn't say the apartment number.
The cook. Do you have a date with him or did you order sandwiches? No, he asked me to go out with him and I told him no then he asked me to Peter's party and I said no, I think. What did I say? How should I know? Who cares? It's a gentleman caller. What did he do? Run up? This guy means business. Who are you gonna say you are? What's wrong with you? How do I look? My God! I look like the Breck girl.
I just ran up five flights. I don't know what got into me, I just had to run up. No, it was my pleasure. Nice apartment. Big for a studio. OK, sit. I guess there's not an empty chair in the house. Man, I couldn't figure out what to wear either. I'm Tim, he's Bobby. I live across the hall and Bobby lives with the Von Trapp family. So, this is your first date? We just started dating ourselves.
Each other? That's interesting. You'd never know it. This is really nice and homey. She's collected those since she was kid. When the trunks are up, it means good luck. But they gotta face the window. Otherwise it's bad luck. I read that somewhere. That explains a lot. I think I could help you with that wire. I think I got it if I could just Sure you know what you're doing? Last time I worked on one of these OK, I think that one goes right there.
You gotta take the plug This is so exciting. I feel like your big sister. That's a rotten thing to say! He's very nice. Look, we've both done worse. Of course, he could be a mass murderer or a psycho. Thank you for sharing that with me. Come on, hurry up before he changes his mind. It's better the way I had it. Yeah, I think you're right. Maybe I should just learn to leave well enough alone.
Let me help you. Try this. I have a cousin who's gay, by the way. He just found out he was gay a couple of months ago. I'll look him up in the directory.
Under the new listings. Nice meeting you. Nice meeting you, Bobby. Sorry about the TV. I hope it works out.
There's lots of reasons. At work, the little things you do that I watch. I love the way you swig. You don't think we'd fit, do you?
We fit, Frankie. We fit like I'm not so sure I like where your key's been. You mean Cora, right? You think that was something? Come on, you know what that was. It's a Band-Aid on loneliness. So, how old are you? None of your business. How old are you? What do you think? Late forties. Then don't ask.
And the man this couldn't have happened without, Mutzie Calish. Finally, to all of you who helped me when I was a nobody, I'd like to thank you all now because I'm sure I will forget you when I'm big and in Hollywood! I have something to say. I wish to make salute to Peter. He worked for me at the Apollo Cafe. For Peter, my cousins will play some Greek music. Let's break some plates! Would you like some cake? So, wanna dance?
Ask Nedda, that's her thing. If something happens between us, I hope you can handle it. Hang on, my bra snapped. For old times' sake. Me and three of the guys tightened that up. Johnny's teaching me how to be a cook. This is Maria.
On my first day, I stole some of your tips. But you put it back the next day. I was broke. I was really broke. I'm really glad things are working out for you, you know. See you Johnny. Let's cut a rug.
Let's go, Nick! When do we break the plates? That's good. Nedda, come on! Let's go, Johnny! That's right. All right. The movie? No deep hidden meaning. Plain Dumbo the elephant.
Just before my father left, he took me to see Dumbo and I liked it so I save elephants. I like that movie Dumbo. The flower market. My secret place.
Only me and florists know about it. How about a lovely corsage for the lady? This one? OK, I got it. You want me to do it? You never went to the prom, did you? Did you?