The Member of the Wedding 1952
زبان اصلی، دوبله فارسی و زیرنویس چسبیده بدون سانسور
در یک شهر کوچک گرجستان، Tomboy Tomboy فرانکی آدامز، دوازده ساله، به جهان آسیب نمی رساند، یک واقعیت برای او مشکل است. دیدگاه های غیر متعارف خود را برای یک دختر دوازده ساله، او را در میان همتایان خود، که او به نوبه خود برای وضعیت او سرزنش می کند، به جای هر چیزی از خود انجام می دهد. او تنها دوست واقعی او جان هنری است، جوانتر همسایه درب بعدی او، هرچند او او را به عنوان یک دوست نمی بیند، زیرا او او را همکار نمی داند. همانطور که پدر بیوه خود را با کسب و کار کوچک خود مصرف می کند، فرانکی تا حد زیادی به مراقبت از خانه دار خود، Berenice منتهی می شود. Berenice تلاش می کند تا راهنمایی واقعی را به فرانکی هدایت کند و آنچه فرانک مشکلات خود را حل می کند، هرچند Berenice مشکلات خود را به دنبال پس از برادر وحشی وحشی خود، عسل کامدن، تنها خانواده باقی مانده است. علاوه بر این، فرانکی تا حد زیادی توصیه های Berenice را به عنوان زور زدن یک زن سیاه و سفید بزرگ و دیوانه می بیند. فرانکی معتقد است که او در نهایت جای خود را در زندگی پس از بازگشت به شهر پیدا کرده است و اعلام شده توسط برادر بزرگترش، جراتی که او با یک زن به نام جانیس ازدواج کرده است، دریافت کرده است. بلافاصله پس از دیدن جرگری و جانیس با هم، او عاشق "آنها"، باور به او می تواند "عضو" از "آنها" با ترک شهر با آنها بلافاصله پس از عروسی. فرانکی حتی می خواهد نام او را به یاسمین تغییر دهد تا بیشتر به آنها متصل شود، زیرا همه آنها نام "ja__" را دارند. دو موقعیت منفی پس از عروسی - یکی در واکنش به او متوجه شد که او نمی تواند با جارویس و جانیس برود، ممکن است فرانکی را در مسیر درست قرار دهد تا بتواند جای خود را در زندگی خود پیدا کند. -Huggo
The Member of the Wedding (1952):
In a small Georgia town, twelve year old tomboy Frankie Addams feels unconnected to the world, a fact troubling to her. Her unconventional views for a twelve year old girl make her an outcast among her peers, which she in turn blames for her situation rather than anything of her own doing. Her only real friend is John Henry, her younger next door neighbor, although she doesn't see him as a friend since she doesn't consider him a peer. As her widowed father is all consumed with running his small business, Frankie is largely left to the care of their housekeeper, Berenice. Berenice tries to provide as much true guidance to Frankie and what Frankie considers her problems, although Berenice has her own troubles looking after her wild foster brother, Honey Camden, her only surviving family. In addition, Frankie largely sees Berenice's advice as the rantings of a large, crazy black woman. Frankie believes that she has finally found her place in life upon the return to town and announcement by her older enlisted brother Jarvis that he is getting married to a woman named Janice. Immediately upon seeing Jarvis and Janice together, she falls in love with "them", believing she can be a "member" of "them" by leaving town with them immediately following the wedding. Frankie even wants to change her name to Jasmine to feel more connected to them as they will all then have a name "Ja__". Two negative situations following the wedding - one in reaction to her finding out that she can't go with Jarvis and Janice - may however put Frankie in the right direction to truly finding her place in life. —Huggo
Locations: Colusa, California, USA, Columbia/Warner Bros. Ranch - 411 North Hollywood Way, Burbank, California, USA
Keywords: boy wears eyeglasses, tomboy, consoling hug, mother figure, southern u.s.
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The Member of the Wedding
Frances 'Frankie' Addams: We'll just walk up to people and know them right away. We'll be walking down a dark road, and see a lighted house and knock on the door, and strangers will rush to meet us and say, "Come in! Come in!" We'll know decorated aviators and New York people and movie stars. And we'll have thousands and thousands of friends. We'll belong to so many clubs that we can't even keep track of them all. We'll be members of the WHOLE WORLD!
Narration: It happened that green and crazy summer, when Frankie was 12 years old. This was the summer when for a long time she had not been a member, she belonged to no club and was a member of nothing in the world. Frankie had become an unjoined person and she was afraid. And then on the last Friday of August, all this was changed, it was so sudden that Frankie puzzled the whole blank afternoon, and still she did not understand.
Frances 'Frankie' Addams: Oh I am SICKENED to death! I wish they'd taken me with them to Winter Hill this afternoon! I wish tomorrow was Sunday instead of Saturday! Berenice Sadie Brown: Sunday will come. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: I doubt it! I wish I was going somewhere for good! I wish I had a hundred dollars and could just LIGHT OUT and never see this town again! Berenice Sadie Brown: Seems to me you wishing for a lot of things. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: I wish I was somebody else except for me.
Jarvis Addams: Pretty soon we should be pushing off for Winter Hill, I have to be at the barracks tonight. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: Winter Hill is such a lovely cold name, it reminds me of ice and snow. Jarvis Addams: Ice and snow? It was 102 at the base yesterday.
Frances 'Frankie' Addams: Why can't I be a member? Berenice Sadie Brown: I wouldn't pay them club girls no mind, all my life I been wanting things I ain't been getting, besides them club girls are fully 2 years older than you. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: I think they've been spreading it all over town that I smell bad, when I had those boils and had to use that black bitter smelling ointment. Berenice Sadie Brown: I know. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: And Helen Fletcher asked me 'what is that funny smell I had?' I could shoot every one of them with a pistol! [collapses on kitchen table] John Henry: [strokes her hair] I don't think you smell bad, you smell sweet, like a hundred flowers. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: I bet I use more perfume than anyone else in town. Crooks!
Berenice Sadie Brown: [Frankie threatens her with a knife] Lay it down, Satan! Frances 'Frankie' Addams: [throws the knife into the kitchen door] I'm the world's greatest knife thrower.
Berenice Sadie Brown: Look at your hair to begin with. Done had all your hair shaved off like a convict. You tie this ribbon around this head with no hair, it looks peculiar. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: But I'm going to wash and try to stretch my hair tonight.
Jarvis Addams: I never saw a human grow as fast as Frankie in all my life, last time I saw her she was only up to here on me. I think we should tie a brick to her head. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: Jarvis don't! Janice: Don't tease your little sister like that. Why I don't think Frankie's too tall, and she probably won't grow much more. I had the biggest portion of my growth by the time I was 13. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: But I'm just 12, when I think of all the growing years ahead of me, I get scared. Janice: I wouldn't worry. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: You see, I never believed in love, until now.
Frances 'Frankie' Addams: [about Jarvis and Janice] They were the two prettiest people I ever saw. I just can't understand how it happened. Berenice Sadie Brown: Whatever ails you acting so queer? Frances 'Frankie' Addams: I don't know. I bet they have a good time every minute of the day. John Henry: Let's us have a good time! Frances 'Frankie' Addams: Us have a good time? Us? Berenice Sadie Brown: Yes us. Come on, let us play a 3 hand game of bridge. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: Janice and Jarvis. Winter Hill. The wedding. It's all so queer.
Frances 'Frankie' Addams: [playing bridge] Even with this trick, I can't win. Berenice Sadie Brown: Well just where is the cards? 3 days I ain't had a decent hand, getting to suspicion something too. Come on let's count these old cards. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: We've worn these old cards out. If you'd eat these old cards it'd taste like a combination of all the dinners of the summer, together with a sweaty handed nasty taste. [they turn all the cards face-up] Frances 'Frankie' Addams: Why the jacks and the queens are missing. [John Henry sinks in his chair] Berenice Sadie Brown: John Henry, why you do a thing like that? So that's why you asked for the scissors and stole off quietly behind the arbor. Why you take our playing cards and cut out all the pictures? John Henry: Because I wanted them, they're cute.
Frances 'Frankie' Addams: [running the girls' club off after they elected a new girl instead of her as a member] What're you doing in my yard? You're never to set foot on my papa's property again. You crooks! I could shoot you with my papa's pistol! John Henry: Crooks! Frances 'Frankie' Addams: WHY DIDN'T YOU ELECT ME?
Berenice Sadie Brown: Frankie, the whole idea of a club is that there are members who are included and the non-members who are not included. Then what you ought to do is rile up a club of your own, that way you'd be the president yourself. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: Who would I get? Berenice Sadie Brown: All the little boys and girls you hear playing around here in the neighborhood. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: I don' want to be the president of all those little young leftover people. Berenice Sadie Brown: Well go on and enjoy your misery. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: I bet Janice and Jarvis are members of a lot of clubs, in fact the Army is kind of like a club.
John Henry: Berenice, which eye's your mind's eye? Berenice Sadie Brown: Don't yank my head back like that, Candy. Frankie and I aren't going to go flying through the ceiling.
John Henry: Mean old bossy Frankie! Berenice Sadie Brown: Just what is she doing that's so mean? Just trying to get some rest.
Frances 'Frankie' Addams: Janice and Jarvis, gives me this pain just to think about them. Berenice Sadie Brown: It's a known truth grey-eyed people is jealous. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: I told you I wasn't jealous! I couldn't be jealous of one of them, less I was jealous of them both. I associate the two of them together. Berenice Sadie Brown: Well I was jealous when my foster brother Honey married Clorina, I said a warning I'd tear the ears clear off of her head, but you see I didn't. She got ears just like everybody else. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: J-a. Janice and Jarvis. Isn't that the strangest thing? Berenice Sadie Brown: What? Frances 'Frankie' Addams: J-a. Both their names begin with J-a. Berenice Sadie Brown: Well what about it? Frances 'Frankie' Addams: If only my name was Jane or... Jasmine! Berenice Sadie Brown: I don't follow your frame of mind. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: Jarvis, and Janice, and Jasmine, see? Berenice Sadie Brown: No I don't see. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: I wonder if it's against the law to change your name, or add to it? Berenice Sadie Brown: Naturally it against the law. Frances 'Frankie' Addams: Well I don't care. F. Jasmine Addams!