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It's been swell meetin' ya, Miss True...
[She takes Bertha's hand]
Ok, well, I'll catch ya later, maybe. I gotta drum up some business if ya gather my meaning.
Oh I'll be here, if you ever need a shoulder.
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(Very) loosely based on the Fatty Arbuckle scandal from circa 1921, this film is set in 1929, and based on a poem from that era, which I have not read, a few lines of which are voiced over in the film. James Coco's character was very annoying. This is not really criticism, because that was obviously intentional. Perry King played his part as melodramatically as a scene from the times. Royal Dano was excellent as befits his long and distinguished career as a character actor.
It has been a long time since I have seen a film with Raquel Welch. She was long mocked back in the day (before silicone) as just a big pair of boobs, but I found her performance compelling, and the best part of this movie.
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