“My name’s Fred,” says Derry. “How do you do?”

“How do you do?” laughs Peggy, and they shake hands.

Butch finishes playing Among My Souvenirs, and starts to play Roll Out the Barrel.

Millie starts to leave the dance floor, but Al says, “Oh no you don’t! Oh, no.”

Al leads Millie into a fast polka. They spin around the dance floor.

Butch smiles over his shoulder as Homer watches Butch play.

Steve, the bartender, tries to deliver a beer to a customer, but Al keeps leading Millie in front of him. Steve rolls his eyes as he delivers the beer to a booth.

Al has made himself dizzy. He stops dancing and tries to focus on Millie’s face.

Millie looks at him, puzzled.

“You know,” says Al, “You’re a bewitching little creature. In a way, you remind me of my wife.”

“But you never told me you’re married,” replies Millie.

“Oh, yeah, I got a little woman, two kiddies, back there in the States – -” says Al.

“But let’s not think of them now,” says Millie.

“No! You’re so right!” says Al.

In This Episode:

  • Harold Russell as Homer Parrish
  • Hoagy Carmichael as Butch
  • Frederic March as Al Stephenson
  • Myrna Loy as Millie Stephenson
  • Donald Kerr Steve the Bartender
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