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"I don't make enough to keep you in snoods."


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FYI... I found the source of the quote I asked about in this forum over a year ago regarding snoods and Bob Hope. It was spoken by a young William Holden to Frances Dee in 1942's "Meet the Stewarts." In the film's first scene, he says, "I don't make enough money to keep you in snoods."


Memory is weird. Why did I associate that quote with Bob Hope? Could it be one of those lines that was repeated often in films, like Groucho's "if I was dancing any closer I'd be behind you?"


Many thanks to you experts who read and listen and care about this stuff!

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