At a country manor, a man locks up the gate. Inside, an orderly wheels an old man in a wheelchair to a painting. The old man, Chester Farson, stares at the painting--“ Property of a Gentleman” by Suzanne Valadon--and then gestures for the orderly to turn him to the other paintings on the wall. Two men come in and one confirms that Vance is on the way. The other worries that Vance is late...Read the full recap
Gray: “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts.”
Gerald Farson: Mr. Gray...
Gray: “The last scene of all ends this strange eventful history, his second childishness and mere oblivion. Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.”
Gerald Farson: Now, if you want to meet my father, I think we’d better hurry. He regards people who keep him waiting not only as fools but enemies.
McGill: Well, you really love throwing away money, don’t you? Might as well throw a little to me.