Here Come the Brides

Season 2 Episode 11

The Fetching of Jenny

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Dec 05, 1969 on ABC
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The Fetching of Jenny
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Seattle wants to secure the services of "the Swedish Nightingale" for its Admittance Day celebrations.

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    Alan Hale

    Alan Hale

    Big Luther

    Guest Star

    Paul Lambert

    Paul Lambert

    Amos Peale

    Guest Star

    Ivor Francis

    Ivor Francis

    P.T. Barnum

    Guest Star

    Susan Tolsky

    Susan Tolsky

    Biddie Cloom

    Recurring Role

    Hoke Howell

    Hoke Howell

    Ben Perkins

    Recurring Role

    Patti Cohoon

    Patti Cohoon

    Molly Pruitt

    Recurring Role

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      • Aaron: With a man like Barnum, the important thing is to appear not too impressed with his reputation. You know, uh, you mustn't let a man like that think that you need him at all. An air of, uh, confidence, casual confidence, smile a lot, sip your coffee, just, uh...
        Candy: Molly and Christopher saw a city man in a buggy, he was headed this way!
        Aaron: Oh! All right, get your coffee! An aura of casual confidence, everybody! (burns his hand on the coffeepot)

      • Jason: Well, a woman's town is one that should have just enough breeze to bring a glow to the cheeks. And she's not afraid to get mud splashed on her dress every time she goes out of doors. And the men are polished, polite, refined.
        Candy: Oh, I don't think so.
        Jason: Well, what do you think a woman's town is, then?
        Candy: A woman's town is wherever the man she loves is.

      • Barnum: The man who bilked you is named Amos Peale.
        Aaron: You mean, you know him?
        Barnum: He was my assistant, my good right hand.
        Jason: Was your assistant?
        Barnum: Until I found my good right-hand dipping into the till on every occasion.

      • Jason: Well, what do you think?
        Jenny: What is there to think? It's a fountain.
        Jason: Ah, it's a wishing fountain. Don't they have wishing fountains in Sweden?
        Jenny: Oh, there are wishing fountains in any country where people dream.
        Jason: Well, a wish is not the same thing as a dream, Miss Lind.
        Jenny: Perhaps I--I do not speak English well enough to understand this.
        Jason: Well, let me try to explain it to you, then. A dream--a dream is out of reach, not unobtainable. A wish, well, a wish is real. Now this fountain, that's real. And I know many people who wish to hear you sing. That's real.

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