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Two Sisters from Boston

Two Sisters from Boston

Lawrence Tyburt Patterson Jr: [in opera house box] In his autumn 'fore the winter comes man's last mad surge of youth
Mrs. Ella Patterson: What on earth are you talking about?


--Nella Walker (as ) in Two Sisters from Boston

Captain January

Captain January

Mrs. Agatha Mogan: There is a compulsory education law in this state, and this child is old enough.
Helen: How can she know how old I am? We don't even know ourselves.
Mrs. Agatha Mogan: From what I've observed, this child is being brought up completely without control. She's rude and undisciplined, like a little heathen. Look at the clothes she wears. Not even a dress!
Capt. January: What business is that of yours? Star is mine!
Mrs. Agatha Mogan: You forget that Star is adopted, Captain January. It's well within the power of the school authorities to have her taken away from you and placed in an institution.


--Nella Walker (as Mrs. John Mason) in Captain January

Captain January

Captain January

Mrs. Agatha Mogan: Who is that child?
Mary: She's the adopted daughter of Captain January, the lighthouse keeper. Isn't she a pretty little thing?
Mrs. Agatha Mogan: Does she go to school?
Mary: Well, no. You see, the former truant officer wasn't very strict.
Mrs. Agatha Mogan: That's why she's the former truant officer. You schoolteachers will find me strict enough.


--Nella Walker (as Mrs. John Mason) in Captain January

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