Hair Today, Married Tomorrow

I haven’t seen The Eagle, but IMDB’s description is intriguing. So I hope to watch it soon. You can see it for free here on YouTube.

 

 

 

Transcript: 

SCENE: A man with long, long sideburns (Rudolph Valentino) is kneeling in front of a woman (Vilma Banky.) He is staring lovingly into her eyes and she is looking into his eyes.

MAN: Marry me, Delilah!

WOMAN (thinking): I don’t want to change him! But when I do…those sideburns will be the first to go!

Image: Rudolph Valentino and Vilma Banky in the 1925 film The Eagle
New dialogue by John Lustig

Valentino, Rudolph (Eagle,The)_01

↓ Transcript
SCENE: A man with long, long sideburns (Rudolph Valentino) is kneeling in front of a woman (Vilma Banky.) He is staring lovingly into her eyes and she is looking into his eyes.

MAN: Marry me, Delilah!

WOMAN (thinking): I don’t want to change him! But when I do…those sideburns will be the first to go!

Image: Rudolph Valentino and Vilma Banky in the 1925 film The Eagle
New dialogue by John Lustig

Valentino, Rudolph (Eagle,The)_01