THE THIN MAN
“The Case of the Goofy Groom”
MUSIC PABST BLUE RIBBON THEME
(Piano – one note)
Nora Oh no, Nicky darling – that’s not it.
Nick It isn’t Nora?
Nora No, it goes like this … (sings) 33 fine brews, blended into one great beer.
Anncr Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer presents the new adventures of THE THIN
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Tonight and every Tuesday night at this same time, that international
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to the stars of our show _____ as Nora and ___ as Nick in tonight’s
adventure of THE THIN MAN entitled “The Case of the Goofy Groom.”
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Anncr Tonight we find Nick and Nora at a wedding being held in a fashionable
hotel suite in Manhattan. The groom, Arthur Hornsby, is an old friend of
Nick’s. The bride, Jane, is breathtakingly lovely … a fact which does
escape our hero …
Minister (off) (Mumble ceremony)
Nick When do we kiss the bride?
Nora When the ceremony’s over, silly. Why do they always mumble the
ceremony in their beards?
Nick The minister doesn’t like to remind people of the rash promises they made
when they got married. Look, Jane’s trembling.
Nora I know. Poor girl. She’s probably crying.
Nick What for?
Nora For the same reason every bride cries. They weep for all the men they
have to give up, goon.
Nick You didn’t cry.
Nora I meant to, but I was too busy trying to make the Justice of Peace
remember all his lines.
Nick You knew them better than he did.
Nora I wanted to make sure I was thoroughly married.
Minister And now I pronounce you man and wife. You may kiss your bride.
Nora Come dear.
Nick But … don’t I kiss the bride?
Nora Not yet. Arthur told me to meet him in that little room on the side right
after the ceremony.
Nora I don’t know. He said it was important. Open the door
DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES
Nick All I can say is that this is no way to treat a wedding guest … huh … no
one here …
DOOR OPEN OFF
Nora Here they come darling.
Nora Arthur … I want to wish you and Jane every happiness.
Arthur Thank you, Nora.
Nick Best of luck, Arthur, and … er … may I?
Arthur You mean Jane?
Jane I’d be very disappointed if you didn’t. What’re you waiting for, Nick?
Nick Jane, you know I wish you the best. (KISS)
Nora You don’t have to wish so hard, Nicky.
Jane Oh, I didn’t mind it, Nora.
Nick You’ve got a fine wife here, Arthur.
Nora And that’s the opinion of an excellent judge of wives, Arthur. But aren’t
you keeping the other guests waiting? I’m sure they want to congratulate
you and Jane.
Jane That’s just it, Nora. Arthur’s afraid to go out there.
Nick You can’t disappoint the girls, Arthur.
Arthur You don’t understand. We’re having some trouble …
Nora Really? What’s the matter?
Jane Well, we don’t know. Arthur, tell them.
Arthur Nick. Will you and Nora take our place tonight? It’ll be better all around.
Nora But why? I’m not sure I under …
Jane (Screams) Oh …!
Arthur Duck, darling.
Nick Queer kind of rich they have at this wedding. Those shots came from
back there. Someone put a gun through that door and fired.
Jane Did you see him?
Nick No, my back was toward him. I’m going to open the door and take a look.
Nora Where does it lead?
Nick To the hotel corridor. Whoever fired those shots has gone by now.
Nick Take it easy, Jane. Shots don’t mean a thing unless they hit you.
Jane I … I’m so frightened. This has been going on … ever since we’ve been
Nora But Jane. You’ve only been married for a few minutes.
Arthur That isn’t true. Jane and I were secretly married two weeks ago.
Nora Oh, you jumped the gun.
Jane We just went through this to satisfy relatives and friends … but from the
day after our marriage, someone has been trying to kill us.
Arthur Now, darling, don’t let it upset you. We can only die once … I mean …
Nick and Nora will help us … won’t you?
Nick Where were these murder attempts made?
Arthur The first one was in our room in a small hotel in New Jersey. The second
night after we were married. There were two more attempts … in a small
hotel in Vermont …
Jane It’s awful. You’ve got to help us, Nora.
Nora Why should anyone want to kill you, Arthur?
Arthur I don’t know. Unless it has something to do with all that money Dad left
me. You know, I came into my estate the day I married. I think someone
is trying to terrorize me … to extort money or something.
Nick Did you inherit a lot of money?
Arthur Well … quite a bit.
Jane (whimper) What kind of honeymoon can we have if we’re always afraid
of being killed? I want a live living husband for my honeymoon. (crying)
Arthur There, turtledove. Nora will keep me alive. Nick, I’ve worked out a plan.
Arthur For this honeymoon … you be me … beginning right now.
Arthur Nora can put Jane’s bridal veil over her face, and rush out. You can turn
up your collar, and if no one sees how old you are, you can pass for me.
Jane And Nora can pass for me.
Arthur We reserved the honeymoon suite at the Gilded Towers hotel. You take
that suite and we’ll take your apartment.
Jane Then you can be killed instead of us.
Nick Well, … Jane … I don’t like being killed.
Jane But Arthur says you’ve done it so often.
Nora Of course he has. And we’ll find out who’s trying to harm you. I think
it’s a grand idea. But I think we ought to change clothes to complete the
Jane All right. The boys can go behind that screen.
Arthur Great. (FADE) Come on Nick.
Nick (OFF) I’m not so sure I’m going to like this.
Nora Here’s the key to our apartment, Jane.
Jane Here’s my bridal gown, Nora. It zips up the side. Do you think I’ll make
a good wife for Arthur?
Nora Of course you will. You ready dear? I’m almost …
Nick I’m ready now.
Nora Keep your eyes peeled, darling. If the gunman’s in the crowd he’ll follow
us, and that’ll make it easy to capture him.
Nick Nora, I’m not so sure I can fool anyone into thinking I’m a bridegroom.
Nora Try darling. Jane … and Arthur, you’d better slip out the side door … to
Arthur All right … and thanks a million. Come, Jane.
DOOR OPEN AND CLOSE
Nora Nicky, you do look just like a bridegroom. How did you manage it?
Nick I thought of the right thing to keep in my mind, I guess.
Nora What’s that?
Nick The mental picture of a murderer I know, walking down the last mile to
the electric chair. Come dear …
CROWD – AD LIB
Bellboy The bridal suite is down the hall, Mr. and Mrs. Hornsby. (SILLY
Nora Thank you. Come, my cave man.
Nick Yes, honeybun. Aren’t you supposed to blush a little, dear?
Nora I’ve been trying all evening.
Nick Choke a little. That’ll make you blush.
Nora All right. (COUGHS) How’s that?
Nick No good. I just hope the bellboy doesn’t get too suspicious.
Bellboy Here we are. (GIGGLE)
Nick Come in, sugarfoot.
Nora All right.
Bellboy Good gracious. Aren’t you going to carry the bride across the threshold?
What kind of a bridegroom are you anyway?
Nick I forgot.
Bellboy Well, it doesn’t do to forget such things. But if you forget anything else,
I’ll remind you.
Bellboy Yes. I know all about being a groom … and what a bride should do.
Nora How interesting. How many times have you been a bride?
Bellboy Never. But I’ve seen so many couple. You see the hotel assigns me to
take care of the bridal suite. I’ve made a study of honeymooners.
Nick What’s your name?
Bellboy They call me Honeymoon Harvey. Well, come on now. Let’s get started.
Carry the bride across the threshold.
Nick OK, Buttercup. (GROAN) There …
Bellboy You seem like a pretty weak groom to me. Put her down and kiss her. I’ll
draw the shades.
Nora Never mind.
Bellboy Madame! Are you going to tell me what to do? I know more about these
things than you. The shades will be drawn! (SHADE) There. Where’s
Nick Our bags will arrive later.
Bellboy Later. Good gracious. Going on a honeymoon without – luggage. I think
I’ll give you a lecture on …
Nick Never mine. Here, boy. Just leave us alone.
Bellboy Well, now you’re talking more like a honeymooner. But I usually leave
people along for a bigger tip.
Nick Don’t you have something else to do?
Bellboy That’s how a man celebrating his twentieth anniversary talks. You ought
to let me give you a few tips on how a groom is supposed to behave …
Nora I’ll tell him, … Mr. Honeymoon Harvey. Are we keeping you?
Bellboy OK, I can take a hint. Well, folks, if there’s anything you want, anything I
can do for you, any errands you want done, any advice you need any
Nick Don’t worry. We’ll call on you.
Bellboy You’d better not because I won’t tell you a thing, Mr. and Mrs. Know-it-
all. Good night.
Nora We didn’t seem to fool him.
Nick No. He must be a result of the manpower shortage. Darling, what’re we
going to do about clothes?
Nora We’ll phone our apartment and have Arthur and Jane send some over in
the morning. Did anyone follow us here?
Nick I didn’t notice anyone.
Nora How do you like the way I look in Jane’s bridal gown?
Nick You look blooming, dear … especially since it’s a little tight on you.
Nora It is not. Are you trying to tell me I’m not as slim and girlish as Jane?
Nick No darling. I’m trying to tell you Jane is not as charming and attractive as
Nora Why Nicky, you make me feel like a real bride again. Come here.
Nick What for?
Nora Do as I tell you and stop acting like a husband.
Nick I wish I could. What do you want, baby?
Nora Just this, silly. (KISS)
Nick Holt me tight, Nora, and don’t take your lips away.
Nora Darling … at last you’re a groom.
Nick I am not. I’m just being sensible. We’re in danger.
Nora What do you mean?
Nick The connecting door to the next room is opening. We’re being watched
by someone. I want to surprise them.
Nora I get it. You think it’s the gunman who’s after Arthur?
Nick Maybe. I can see the glint of a fun … in the crack of the door. Which hip
do you prefer to land on?
Nora The right. The left’s still bruised from last week.
Nick OK. If the shooting starts, I’m going to push you over. Stay on the floor
while I try to rush the gunman. And if …
Nora (GASPS) Oh …
Nick (FADE) I’m going after him, baby. Hey! Come back here!
Nick Come in the adjoining room! I’ve got him, baby! I’ll need some help!
Nora I’m coming, darling. Oh, it’s dark in here. Where are you Nick?
Nick Wrestling on the floor! Turn on the light switch and get out of the way of
Nora (SHORT SCREAM) Oh … here’s the switch! (CLICK) Nick! Stop
wrestling with that girl and find someone your size!
Bingo Let go of my hand! You’re breaking my wrist!
Nick Drop the gun and I’ll let go!
Bingo (SHORT SCREAM) Oh! OK!
Nick Get up.
Bingo Who’s the tomato?
Nick My wife.
Bingo Do you train him to go around torturing girls?
Nick Listen. Who are you? What’s your name?
Bingo Bingo Burns. What’s yours?
Nick Nick Charles. How’d you get the name of Bingo?
Bingo They call me Bingo because I’m a right number.
Nora Why’d you try to kill us?
Bingo Because I made a mistake. I thought you were two other people. Look,
pal, give me back my gun and we’ll call the whole thing off and forget
Nora Why do you want the gun? So you can kill someone else?
Nora A woman?
Bingo How’d you guess?
Nora And would her name be … Jane Hornsby?
Bingo You know too much;. I’m getting out of here!
Nick Hey! Come back! Nora, stop her!
Bingo (SCREAM) Oh ….
Nick Nice work, Nora. How’d you do it?
Nora I tripped her. Cute little number, isn’t she?
Anncr And now Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer brings you ACT TWO of tonight’s Thin
Man adventure. Nick and Nora posing as newlyweds, have just captured
Bingo, a cute little number who tried to shoot them full of holes. Nora
examines her as she comes out of her daze and tells Nick …
Nora She looks good on the floor. Come on, Bingo. Get up and don’t try to get
Bingo All right … listen. Are you Nick the Dick?
Bingo I head you’re a right guy. I didn’t mean to kill you. Honest, I didn’t.
Nora Did you mean to kill Jane Hornsby?
Bingo I knew a woman would understand. Yeah. See? I’m honest. I confess.
Nora Why did you want to murder her?
Bingo I got a very good reason. I don’t like here. She stole Arthur, the little
Nora Was Arthur engaged to you?
Bingo Well … I didn’t get around to proposing to him, but we were crazy about
each other till she came along. (SOB) I guess I must be nuts about him.
All I want to do is kill her. I love him so …
Nick Were you at the wedding today?
Bingo Yeah. I came disguised as a debutante.
Nick Did you try to murder her there, too?
Bingo Murder a girl at her wedding? What kind of character do you think I am?
Did someone try to kill her?
Bingo Goody. I bet I know who it is! Snakey Simon Stacey.
Nick Who’s Snakey Simon?
Bingo A snake with pants on. I met him when I used to do my specialty in the
cabaret. He’s a gambler who hisses like a snake when he talks. And he’s
a friend of that Jane. She’s no Lily, she ain’t.
Nora What are you talking about?
Bingo Snakey Simon. I saw him at the wedding. And I saw him talking to Jane
in that hotel in Jersey where they stayed when they got secretly married.
Nora Oh, then you’ve been following Arthur around?
Bingo Like a dog. I love him! … like a dog. (SOB)
Nick Why should Jane be talking to Snakey Simon?
Bingo For some sinister reason, I bet.
Nick I’d like to get hold of this Snakey Simon.
Bingo I’ll show you where he lives.
Nick Not yet. First we’re going to check with Arthur on this story you’ve given
us. Nora – phone our apartment.
Nora All right dear….
Nick OK, Bingo. Who’re you working with?
Bingo What’re you talking about?
Nick What’s your racket? Who’s in it? Come on! Spill!
Bingo (SOB) I got nothing to spill but tears. You got a deep misunderstanding
of me. I am just a poor hard-working chorus girl who wants her
millionaire … but not for the money, mind you. For love.
Arthur (FILTER) Hello.
Nora Yes, Arthur.
Arthur Nora! I was just going to phone you. Something awful has happened.
Arthur Jane’s disappeared.
Nora Are you sure?
Arthur I went downstairs for a minute … and she was gone when I got back. I
know what the racket is now! I know why they terrorized me! They
Jane You stay there, Arthur. We’ll be right over.
Arthur All right, Nora. I feel terrible. Goodbye.
Nora Goodbye. (CLICK) Nick. Jane’s gone. Arthur says she was kidnapped.
Nick OK, baby. You go over there and tell him about Bingo.
Nora Where are you going?
Nick To find Snakey Simon. I’ve got a good idea he’ll know where Jane is.
Come on, Bingo.
Nick But Jane’s kidnapped. They might even kill her.
Nora Do you think Arthur’s going to like it if you behave like this?
Bingo All right. For the sake of the man I love, I will rescue the tomato I hate.
Leave us depart.
Bingo I guess Snakey Simon isn’t home.
Nick Wait a second, Bingo. I hear someone coming.
DOOR UNLCOK AND OPEN
Snakey (HISSING) Yes …
Bingo Hello, Snakey Simon.
Snakey Hello, Bingo. Who’s the friend?
Nick The name’s Nick Charles. Can I come in?
Snakey Ya can… but ya can’t.
Nick Why not?
Snakey Because you ain’t welcome.
Bingo You see the low kind of snake he is?
Snakey I know who you are, Charles. What do you want with me?
Nick I want Jane Hornsby.
Snakey I never heard of her. Now, scram … (SHOTS) (SCREAM) Oh, ….
Bingo (SCREAM) Nick! His shirt’s bleeding blood!
Nick Yes. He was shot from the back …
Bingo Grab him! He’s toppling forward!
Nick I’ve got him … but I can’t hold him … oh …. (CRASH) Bingo, pull him
Bingo Oh, no, I won’t touch him. He’s all full of blood.
Nick So am I. This guy weighs two hundred pounds. Pull him away.
Bingo Is he dead?
Bingo Then I won’t touch him. It’s bad luck.
Nick (GROAN) Ah … there … maybe I can squeeze out.
Bingo You’re doing all right.
Nick Yes, you’ve been a big help.
Bingo Don’t mention it.
Nick The killer may still be inside …. Come on in.
Bingo If the killer’s still there, I’m staying right here … in the door way.
Nick (OFF) It’s all right, Bingo (FADE IN) Whoever shot him in the back
escaped through the servant’s entrance.
Bingo Oh. Well, you’d better drag him in.
Nick OK. There. (DOOR CLOSE) Well, I didn’t expect this.
Bingo I didn’t do it! I was with you every minute! I’m innocent. Absolutely,
positively as innocent as a baby! Innocent, innocent, innocent!
Nick Who said you weren’t?
Bingo Do you think he kidnapped Jane?
Nick He must have been working with someone.
Bingo Do not disturb yourself. I will answer. (RECEIVER) Hello.
George (FILTER) Hello, Chicklet. How’s our little investment?
Bingo Oh, I’m fine.
Nick Give me that phone, Bingo!
George (FILTER) Hello …. Is that you Snakey?
Nick (HISSING) Yess… ‘s me. Whoziss?
George Georgie de Germ. I hear you got da Investment dare.
George Ask her when we’re going to get the dividends.
George You know what I’m talking about. What’s the matter with you Snakey?
You sound queer.
Nick I got some people here. Where can I see you?
George My hotel.
Nick Wait for me. Goodbye.
RECEIVER HANG UP
Bingo Say, what’re you doing with the corpse, Nick?
Nick Going through his pockets.
Bingo Huh. There are money-making angles to this detective racket I never even
thought of. Do I get a cut?
Nick Here’s his address book. I’m just looking up the address of a character
named George the Germ. Huh. This must be it. Hotel Chandelier.
Bingo Oh, that place. You have to have a police record before they’ll even let
Nick Come on, Bingo. We’re going to see him.
Bingo What for?
Nick We might find Jane there.
Bingo I hope she ain’t dead. Nick … that man called me an Investment. Is that
Nick No, Bingo. I think that’s the key to this whole mess. Remind me to call
Nora from the lobby of the Chandelier.
Arthur Nora, we should have heard from Jane by this time. Or we should have
heard from the kidnappers.
Nora I’m sure Nick will find her, Arthur.
Arthur I can’t believe that Bingo was mixed up in this. She’s a good kid at heart.
What a thing to happen on a guy’s second wedding night.
Nora I’ll take that, Arthur. (RECEIVER) Hello?
Nick (FILTER) Nora, Baby. Is Arthur OK?
Nick Snakey’s been murdered. Listen … meet us in room 788 of the Hotel
Chandelier. Get there as fast as you can.
Nora All right dear. Shall I bring Arthur?
Nick Yes. Goodbye.
Nora Goodbye. 9CLICK) Come on, Arthur. We’re going out.
Arthur No, I can’t leave here. The kidnappers may contact me … (DOOR
BUZZ) I’ll bet that’s the intermediary.
Jane Arthur …
Arthur Jane, darling! OH, my little fruitfly.
Jane They were horrible. But they got scared and let me go. (SOB) Oh,
Nora Arthur … (PAUSE) Jane …? We’ve got to meet Nick. Stop kissing and
start breathing or you’ll both suffocate. Arthur!
Arthur (DAZED) We don’t need Nick now. Just close the door when you go out,
Nora. My little gumdrop (KISS).
Jane My tutti-frutti (KISS).
Nora My .. neck. Goodbye.
George I don’t know who killed Snakey. And what’s more I don’t like you here
bringin’ all kinds of high-class germs into my hotel suite.
Nick Listen, George. I want to know who’s the Investment.
George I am the strong silent type … especially silent. Don’t touch that glass!
Bingo I was just looking at it.
George You’ll get it full of germs!
Nick So that’s why they call you George the Germ.
George I only let me friends call me that.
Nick What kind of deal were you in with Snakey?
George Stop asking so many questions. I ain’t telling you nothin’. And you can’t
prove nothin’ on me. I not only have kept my nose clean – I’m antiseptic.
Nora Nicky – I rushed over here.
Nick Hello, darling.
George Don’t kiss her, you dope. You never can tell what you’ll catch.
Nick Nora, this character is Georgie the Germ.
Bingo A little crazy.
George I am not. And what’s more, you don’t understand about germs.
Bingo Don’t you ever kiss girls?
George Of course not. Do you think I want to die?
Nick OK, Georgie, I think I’ve got a way to make you tell us what we want to
George Hey! Let go of me!
Nick Bingo, if you want to get your man back – kiss George!
George (SCREAM) No! Not that!
Bingo Shut up. (KISS)
Nick Who’s the Investment?
George I ain’t sayin’.
Nora Nick, let me kiss him.
Nick Go on. Darling. I’ll hold his arms. Steady there, Georgie.
George Another one! What’s going to happen to me!
Nora Something dire, I’m sure. (KISS)
George (SCREAM) I can’t bear it! I can’t stand it!
Nick Then … talk!
Bingo Let’s kiss him together, Nora. That’ll crack him.
George Together! This is the end! You win, Nick!
Nick Is Jane … the Investment?
George Yes. Snakey and I put up the money for her to buy clothes and such when
she met Arthur Hornsby. We financed her whole romance.
Bingo No wonder I didn’t win. Nobody financed me.
Nick What was to be the payoff? Were you planning to kill Arthur?
George That’s right. Then Jane would get his dough and we’d all split.
Nick Where’s Jane now?
Nora She’s … at our place, dear … with Arthur!
Nora She came in a moment after you phoned. I left them in each other’s arms.
Nick That’s as good a way to die as any. Come on. We’d better get back there.
I just hope we’re not too late!
Anncr And now for the solution of tonight’s Thin Man adventure.
Jane Were you terribly worried about me, Sugarplum?
Arthur I most certainly was, Jane, darling. What’re you doing with that gun,
Jane Just seeing how it works. I’m never going to be without one again.
Arthur Where did you get it?
Jane I packed it in my luggage. It works beautifully dear. Just like this …
Arthur Nick! What’re you doing here?
Nick I live here. Or have you forgotten? Arthur, Nora’s downstairs. She’s got
a surprise wedding gift for you. Will you go down and help her up with
Arthur Sure. I wonder what it could be.
Nick Jane, did you ever have your wrists slapped?
Jane Not since I was a naughty little girl. (SLAP) Oh … (GUN CLATTER)
What’s the idea?
Nick That’s because you were a naughty big girl. And to get the gun out of
Jane Just what are you after?
Nick A split on the take.
Jane I don’t know what you’re talking about.
Nick Arthur’s money. I know who killed Snakey.
Jane Do you?
Nick Yeah. And this gun I’ve got in my hand can send you to the electric chair.
You’d better be real nice to me, Jane.
Jane That isn’t so hard. Nick …
Nick Do we do business?
Jane Anything you say. You’re cute.
Nick Isn’t that funny? I think so, too. Look, I’ve got a patsy for Snakey’s
murder. I can use him for Arthur’s, too.
Nick George the Germ. I can frame him with this gun. Why’d you kill
Snakey? Because you didn’t want to split the take?
Jane Yeah. And because he was impatient … and tried to scare me … like
when he started shooting after the wedding today.
Nick Well, you’d better not try to double cross me. Will you get rid of Arthur
… when I send him back?
Jane OK. How much do you want?
Nick Fifty percent of what you get.
Jane It’s a deal. Give me back the gun.
Nick Don’t be silly, Jane. (CALL) Arthur … Nora … Bingo …. You can
come out of the kitchen now.
Arthur Dewdrop! How you deceived me.
Jane What is this?
Nora A trap, Janie. We heard your confession. We heard everything you said.
We sneaked through the servant’s entrance.
Bingo You see, Arthur? She’s a jerk with a heart of dirt, like I told you. I love
you. If you marry me, I wouldn’t try to bump you off. I love you, Arty.
Nick All right, Nora. Call the police and tell them to get the bridal suite ready
Nora Poor Arthur. I bet he’ll never want to marry again.
Nick Don’t worry. Bingo will console him and change his mind.
Nora She’s a cute trick.
Nick Yes, … and wrestles well. It’s amazing that a boy like Arthur can be such
a darn fool about women.
Nora Is it, dear?
Nick Sure. Now you take me for instance …
Nora The only reason you didn’t make a fool of yourself about women is that
you did take me.
Nick Why no … I was always very sensible.
Nora Really? What about that fortune teller you were going to marry because
she told you it was in the cards? Or the trapeze artist you liked because
she raised herself to great heights? Or that college girl cheer leader who
was always rooting for you?
Nick Oh well. I was just young.
Nora Yes. And I had to get you when you’re old.
Nick Well, darling, I was old enough to know what a wonderful girl I was
Nora Why, Nicky, that’s really sweet.
Nick I think so, too. Let me say it tonight
Nick (KISS) Good night … Nora darling …
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