An Angel of Charity woman, Priscilla Barnes, is leading a group of boys in singing for charity as they sell toys. A carriage pulls up at the office of financier Jeremiah Ratch and Jim and Artie get out. Jim goes over to talk to Priscilla and Jim pays for all of the toys for the children. He asks for another round of the song and then goes over to Artie...Read the full recap
Exploding toy soldiers march on Priscilla.
Dr. Loveless with a microphone gloating over Jim after he falls down a chute.
Jim trapped in a giant doll as Loveless and Voltaire leave.
Jim and Priscilla kiss on the toy carousel as the others look on.
Artemus: Come out--I won't hurt you.
Voltaire: (stepping out of hiding) No. I hurt you!
Voltaire: Hit him again?
Dr. Miguelito Loveless: No no. Not yet, Voltaire, you know better than to kill a man when he's not looking.
James: Are you sure, Sir, that this whole thing is legal?
Governor Lewis: Legal? Of course it's legal. The complete legality of any move is the first thing that a clever rascal always checks.
John Crane: Bailey, I thought I told you to move that freight onto the main track at 6 after.
Bailey: Well, that's what I was fixing to do.
John Crane: You're late.
Bailey: Oh, the little hand ain't got down to the six yet.
John Crane: Bailey, it's the big hand that tells the minutes.
Bailey: Oh, yeah. I forgot.
Priscilla Ames: You know, for a man who's always getting blown up, you have very soft skin.
Bessie: And all I try to be is a little bit good. And where does it get me? Blown up with a lousy Italian tenor.
Bessie: Oh, stop that sweet talk.