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His sophisticated girlfriend, Helen St. James Jane Wyman , wearing a leopard coat, drops by with presents for his recuperative weekend: To stall for time by taking a later train the 6: Is that such an extraordinary thing to want? Even if I had, I wouldn't have touched it. Don's humiliation makes him lash back with threats: Do you think I wanted you out of the apartment because of the bottle? I resent that like the devil. If there's one more word of discussion, I don't leave on your blasted weekend.

Before a loving, understanding and sympathetic Helen leaves with Wick for the matinee show, Don confides in her about how difficult it is: Let me work it out my way, I'm trying. I know you're trying, Don. You're trying not to drink and I'm trying not to love you. She hugs and kisses him before leaving. Caring for his brother and knowing the lengths to which he must go, Wick has taken the extreme, vigilant precaution of stripping the apartment of all liquor bottles.

He believes Don will be left dry - unable to satisfy his cravings while they're gone: There isn't a store or a bar that will give him five cents worth of credit I went over the apartment with a fine-tooth comb - the places he can figure out! Don's mounting desire for booze compels him to frantically search in all his favorite, obscure hiding places - in the medicine cabinet, behind a heater grating in the bathroom, in the vacuum cleaner bag, and behind his bed.

When the cleaning lady Mrs. Foley Anita Bolster buzzes at the door, he refuses to let her into the apartment. Debasing himself in order to mis-appropriate her earnings, he tells her that she will be paid the following Monday. He hastily rushes to the nearby liquor store to purchase two bottles of rye. The bar scene is shot through a lined-up row of whiskey bottles - a pitiful alcoholic, Birnam orders two bottles of rye from the store owner Eddie Laughton: None of that twelve year old aged in wood - not for me.

On the way home, he stops in for a few drinks at his favorite watering stop - Nat's Bar on Third Avenue [the legendary P. Clarke's], where he seeks companionship in his drinking with congenial bartender Nat Howard da Silva. He flashes his money and orders a jigger of "straight rye He stops Nat from wiping away the enclosing rings - a symbol of the depth of his drunkenness: Don't wipe it away, Nat.

Let me have my little vicious circle. You know, the circle is the perfect geometric figure. No end, no beginning. Gloria Doris Dowling in her film debut , a slim, attractive woman [probably a call girl] wearing a sheer, black lace top open in the back with a white bra underneath, a tight black skirt with sheer black stockings and black high heels, rises from a table where she is in the employ of another bar patron and strolls by. She cooly strokes the back of his neck's hairline with her left index finger as she passes on her way to the ladies room and confidently greets him: One will be rolled up in a copy of the Saturday Evening Post so that it may be easily found and put his brother's "mind at ease.

What you don't understand, all of you, is that I've got to know it's around. That I can have it if I need it. I can't be cut off completely. That's what drives you crazy. Gloria returns and again flirtatiously runs her finger along the back of his neck. The siren temptress gets reacquainted with the confident, booze-soaked Birnam whom she suspects is a high-rolling, articulate, wealthy gentleman: You're awfully pretty, Mr.

I'll bet you tell that to all the boys. Only with you, it's on the level. To Don's mild consternation, she cheapens herself by shortening her words in her speech: He casually turns down her offer to get together later in the evening.

As she glides away from him, she strokes his hair again "Just crazy about the back of your hair" , points her index finger at him, and clicks her tongue as she shoots. Don encourages Nat to share some alcohol-induced "dreams": Join me - one little jigger of dreams, huh? In a memorable monologue to the bartender, Don describes the empowering benefits of booze: It shrinks my liver, doesn't it, Nat? It pickles my kidneys.

But what does it do to my mind? It tosses the sandbags overboard so the balloon can soar. Suddenly, I'm above the ordinary. I'm confident, supremely confident. I'm walking a tightrope over Niagara Falls.

I'm one of the great ones. I'm Michelangelo molding the beard of Moses. I'm Van Gogh painting pure sunlight. I'm Horowitz playing the Emperor Concerto.