Loyalties is a play by the British writer John Galsworthy. It was staged at St Martins Theatre and ran for over a year. Galsworthy described it as “the only. Loyalties is a British drama film directed by Basil Dean and starring Basil Rathbone, Heather Thatcher and Miles Mander. It is based on the John Galsworthy play Loyalties. Project Gutenberg’s Loyalties (Fifth Series Plays), by John Galsworthy This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions.
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I said I’d come round in case there was anything you wanted to say before to-morrow.
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The General knows something which on the face of it looks rather queer. It’s perfectly damnable for him. When was he up last? Robert’s quite all right, isn’t he? Ask him to be so good as to step up. D’you really want the police, De Levis? I see the whole thing. A frightfully good fireside manner. I can’t be happy a moment unless I’m fighting this. You could get the numbers of the notes from Kentman the bookmaker, Inspector; he’ll probably have the big ones, anyway.
It is about a huge sum of money that was stolen in a fashionable aristocratic home from a guest who was not of the aristocratic class. Against the wall, perhaps. It’s the extreme end of the house from this, Inspector.
He did splendidly in the war, of course, because it suited him; but–just before–don’t you remember–a very queer bit of riding?
Don’t say anything to him, and use your tact to keep people off. English Choose a language for shopping. Can you understand a gentleman–? I shall never belong to the noble f-fellowship of the horse. When was this exactly? It was a financial success for its author. He usually gave away half of his income. There isn’t the slightest connection, so far as I can see, Mabel, between innocence and reputation.
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I’ve known Ronald Dancy since he was a boy. Let’s cut it and get out to Nairobi. He must have imagination. Shall we go straight to the room it was taken from? Don’t be so naughty, Meg. We have your address. You received it from–?
If you don’t take action, judgment will naturally go by default. Or he came in with a skeleton key and out by the window, probably droppin’ from the balcony.
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Apart from ourselves, there’s Sir Frederic. It must be too frightfully thrilling. What d’you want me to do? There is a fireplace, Left, with fire burning; a door below it, Left; and a door on the Right, facing jonh audience, leads to a corridor and the outer door of the looyalties, which is visible.
If the notes are restored I’ll keep my mouth shut; if they’re not, I shan’t. If he hadn’t been I’d have taken it on myself to wring the bounder’s neck. You are a little brick! Charles sent his-love–[Her voice dwindles on the word, and she, too, goes]. That man was not acting.
The General isn’t mentioning the coat, is he? My tongue is still mine, General, if my money isn’t! I beg your pardon, sir. They’ll say the same as me. Thinkin’ and cursin’ a bit, I suppose. Meanwhile, there is Dancy, who finds himself in the middle of a court case against De Levis, in which he has been accused of a theft.
Loyalties by John Galsworthy.
Loyalties by John Galsworthy
Are you going to play any more? Sare, if I give it to you, and it does ‘im ‘arm, what will my daughter say? Not lockin’ the door? What’s to be done? Can I come in again? Mind you, that customer of mine I’ve known ‘im–well– eight or nine years; an Italian he is–wine salesman, and so far’s I know, a respectable man-foreign-lookin’, but nothin’ more. The war loosened “form” all over the place.