1 00:00:00,100 --> 00:00:09,000 Downloaded from xPau.se 2 00:00:09,877 --> 00:00:13,081 ♪ Whoa ♪ 3 00:00:16,084 --> 00:00:19,153 ♪ Whoa ♪ 4 00:00:22,490 --> 00:00:25,526 ♪ Whoa ♪ 5 00:00:28,696 --> 00:00:31,732 ♪ Whoa ♪ 6 00:00:34,802 --> 00:00:37,105 ♪ Whoa ♪ 7 00:00:41,109 --> 00:00:43,177 ♪ Whoa ♪ 8 00:00:47,215 --> 00:00:49,950 ♪ Whoa ♪ 9 00:00:49,983 --> 00:00:53,621 ♪ Ladies and gents This is the moment you've waited for ♪ 10 00:00:53,654 --> 00:00:56,056 ♪ Whoa ♪ 11 00:00:56,090 --> 00:00:57,691 ♪ You been searchin' in the dark ♪ 12 00:00:57,725 --> 00:00:59,827 ♪ Your sweat soakin' through the floor ♪ 13 00:00:59,860 --> 00:01:02,363 ♪ Whoa ♪ 14 00:01:02,396 --> 00:01:03,764 ♪ And buried in your bones ♪ 15 00:01:03,797 --> 00:01:05,933 ♪ There's an ache that you can't ignore ♪ 16 00:01:05,966 --> 00:01:07,268 ♪ Takin' your breath ♪ 17 00:01:07,301 --> 00:01:08,669 ♪ Stealin' your mind ♪ 18 00:01:08,702 --> 00:01:12,440 ♪ And all that was real is left behind ♪ 19 00:01:12,473 --> 00:01:13,741 ♪ Don't fight it ♪ 20 00:01:13,774 --> 00:01:15,543 ♪ It's comin' for you, runnin' atcha ♪ 21 00:01:15,576 --> 00:01:17,245 ♪ It's only this moment ♪ 22 00:01:17,278 --> 00:01:18,679 ♪ Don't care what comes after ♪ 23 00:01:18,712 --> 00:01:20,814 ♪ Your fever dream, can't you see ♪ 24 00:01:20,848 --> 00:01:22,550 ♪ Gettin' closer ♪ 25 00:01:22,583 --> 00:01:24,885 ♪ Just surrender cause you feel the feelin' takin' over ♪ 26 00:01:24,918 --> 00:01:28,189 ♪ It's fire, it's freedom it's floodin' open ♪ 27 00:01:28,222 --> 00:01:29,857 ♪ It's the preacher in the pulpit ♪ 28 00:01:29,890 --> 00:01:31,225 ♪ And your blind devotion ♪ 29 00:01:31,259 --> 00:01:32,702 ♪ There's somethin' breakin' at the brick ♪ 30 00:01:32,726 --> 00:01:33,903 ♪ Of ev'ry wall that's holdin' ♪ 31 00:01:33,927 --> 00:01:35,496 ♪ All that you know ♪ 32 00:01:35,529 --> 00:01:37,998 ♪ So tell me do you wanna go ♪ 33 00:01:38,031 --> 00:01:41,335 ♪ Where it's covered in all the colored lights? ♪ 34 00:01:41,369 --> 00:01:43,704 ♪ Where the runaways are runnin' the night ♪ 35 00:01:43,737 --> 00:01:47,175 ♪ Impossible comes true It's takin' over you ♪ 36 00:01:47,208 --> 00:01:50,144 ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ 37 00:01:50,178 --> 00:01:53,347 ♪ We light it up We won't come down ♪ 38 00:01:53,381 --> 00:01:56,016 ♪ And the sun can't stop us now ♪ 39 00:01:56,049 --> 00:01:59,287 ♪ Watchin' it come true It's takin' over you ♪ 40 00:01:59,320 --> 00:02:02,656 ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ 41 00:02:02,690 --> 00:02:05,726 ♪ It's ev'rything you ever want ♪ 42 00:02:05,759 --> 00:02:08,529 ♪ It's ev'rything you ever need ♪ 43 00:02:08,562 --> 00:02:11,332 ♪ And it's here right in front of you ♪ 44 00:02:11,365 --> 00:02:14,602 ♪ This is where you wanna be ♪ 45 00:02:14,635 --> 00:02:17,671 ♪ It's ev'rything you ever want ♪ 46 00:02:17,705 --> 00:02:20,674 ♪ It's ev'rything you ever need ♪ 47 00:02:20,708 --> 00:02:23,977 ♪ And it's here right in front of you ♪ 48 00:02:24,011 --> 00:02:27,248 ♪ This is where you wanna be ♪ 49 00:02:27,281 --> 00:02:30,017 ♪ It's ev'rything you ever want ♪ 50 00:02:30,050 --> 00:02:33,120 (slows) ♪ It's ev'rything you ever need ♪ 51 00:02:33,153 --> 00:02:37,458 - ♪ And it's here right in front of you ♪ - (music stops) 52 00:02:37,491 --> 00:02:41,028 ♪ This is where you wanna be ♪ 53 00:02:41,061 --> 00:02:44,865 (quietly) ♪ It's ev'rything you ever want ♪ 54 00:02:44,898 --> 00:02:48,602 - ♪ It's ev'rything you ever need ♪ - (eerie laughter echoes) 55 00:02:48,636 --> 00:02:52,273 - ♪ And it's here right in front of you ♪ - (train whistle blows) 56 00:02:55,309 --> 00:02:56,444 I understand, yes. 57 00:02:56,477 --> 00:02:58,178 Thank you so much, Mr. Jeffries. Thank you. 58 00:02:58,212 --> 00:02:59,932 You'll have the money by the end of the day. 59 00:03:02,716 --> 00:03:03,951 Let's go. 60 00:03:05,419 --> 00:03:07,888 Phineas, hurry up. We're gonna miss the train. 61 00:03:14,662 --> 00:03:16,564 Stand up straight. 62 00:03:17,698 --> 00:03:19,933 Wipe that muck off. 63 00:03:22,870 --> 00:03:24,405 WOMAN: Pinkie up. 64 00:03:26,274 --> 00:03:28,376 Arm extended, elbow out. 65 00:03:30,911 --> 00:03:32,580 Sip, never slurp. 66 00:03:36,684 --> 00:03:40,521 Pinkie in the air, arm extended... 67 00:03:40,554 --> 00:03:41,889 elbow out. 68 00:03:42,723 --> 00:03:43,991 Keep your cup level. 69 00:03:44,992 --> 00:03:46,560 Gently lower your cup. 70 00:03:47,961 --> 00:03:49,430 Shall we do it again? 71 00:03:50,331 --> 00:03:51,532 Pinkie in the air... 72 00:03:52,966 --> 00:03:54,234 arm extended... 73 00:03:54,268 --> 00:03:55,936 elbow out. 74 00:03:55,969 --> 00:03:57,738 Gracefully. 75 00:03:59,307 --> 00:04:01,008 (spits, laughs) 76 00:04:01,041 --> 00:04:02,810 (laughs) 77 00:04:02,843 --> 00:04:03,877 Charity, come here. 78 00:04:13,721 --> 00:04:15,623 Your dress. 79 00:04:15,656 --> 00:04:17,858 Is this how we've taught you to behave? 80 00:04:19,059 --> 00:04:20,628 It's my fault, sir. 81 00:04:22,129 --> 00:04:23,364 I made her laugh. 82 00:04:23,397 --> 00:04:26,334 Well, thank you for your honesty. 83 00:04:28,902 --> 00:04:31,505 Stay away from my daughter. 84 00:04:50,758 --> 00:04:51,925 (sighs) 85 00:04:53,327 --> 00:04:55,262 How did you get out? 86 00:04:55,295 --> 00:04:56,830 The window. 87 00:04:59,099 --> 00:05:02,403 Father is sending me to finishing school. 88 00:05:02,436 --> 00:05:04,738 I don't know what my future will be. 89 00:05:06,640 --> 00:05:07,808 I do. 90 00:05:09,242 --> 00:05:12,446 ♪ I close my eyes and I can see ♪ 91 00:05:12,480 --> 00:05:16,384 ♪ A world that's waiting up for me ♪ 92 00:05:16,417 --> 00:05:19,319 ♪ That I call my own ♪ 93 00:05:22,623 --> 00:05:25,826 ♪ Through the dark, through the door ♪ 94 00:05:25,859 --> 00:05:29,763 ♪ Through where no one's been before ♪ 95 00:05:29,797 --> 00:05:33,000 ♪ But it feels like home ♪ 96 00:05:35,469 --> 00:05:37,170 ♪ They can say, they can say ♪ 97 00:05:37,204 --> 00:05:39,507 ♪ It all sounds crazy ♪ 98 00:05:41,274 --> 00:05:46,680 ♪ They can say, they can say I've lost my mind ♪ 99 00:05:48,248 --> 00:05:49,983 ♪ I don't care, I don't care ♪ 100 00:05:50,017 --> 00:05:51,652 ♪ So call me crazy ♪ (giggles) 101 00:05:54,455 --> 00:05:59,059 ♪ We can live in a world that we design ♪ 102 00:06:01,061 --> 00:06:03,964 ♪ ' Cause ev'ry night I lie in bed ♪ 103 00:06:03,997 --> 00:06:07,535 ♪ The brightest colors fill my head ♪ 104 00:06:07,568 --> 00:06:08,736 ♪ A million dreams ♪ 105 00:06:08,769 --> 00:06:11,805 (screams) ♪ Are keepin' me awake ♪ 106 00:06:14,041 --> 00:06:17,210 ♪ I think of what the world could be ♪ 107 00:06:17,244 --> 00:06:20,113 ♪ A vision of the one I see ♪ 108 00:06:20,147 --> 00:06:26,520 ♪ A million dreams is all it's gonna take ♪ 109 00:06:26,554 --> 00:06:28,355 ♪ Oh, a million dreams ♪ 110 00:06:28,388 --> 00:06:30,591 ♪ For the world we're gonna make ♪ 111 00:06:37,831 --> 00:06:39,633 ♪ They can say, they can say ♪ 112 00:06:39,667 --> 00:06:42,470 ♪ It all sounds crazy ♪ 113 00:06:43,971 --> 00:06:46,073 ♪ They can say, they can say ♪ 114 00:06:46,106 --> 00:06:48,108 Enough! ♪ We've lost our minds ♪ 115 00:06:48,141 --> 00:06:50,678 PHINEAS: Charity! 116 00:06:50,711 --> 00:06:52,646 ♪ I don't care, I don't care ♪ 117 00:06:52,680 --> 00:06:55,082 ♪ If they call us crazy ♪ 118 00:06:56,984 --> 00:07:00,488 ♪ Run away to a world that we design ♪ 119 00:07:03,557 --> 00:07:06,393 ♪ 'Cause ev'ry night I lie in bed ♪ 120 00:07:06,426 --> 00:07:09,663 ♪ The brightest colors fill my head ♪ 121 00:07:09,697 --> 00:07:16,169 ♪ A million dreams are keepin' me awake ♪ 122 00:07:16,203 --> 00:07:18,906 ♪ I think of what the world could be ♪ 123 00:07:18,939 --> 00:07:20,207 Hey! 124 00:07:20,240 --> 00:07:22,710 ♪ A vision of the one I see ♪ 125 00:07:22,743 --> 00:07:25,713 ♪ A million dreams is all it's gonna take ♪ 126 00:07:25,746 --> 00:07:26,814 No! 127 00:07:29,249 --> 00:07:30,818 ♪ Oh, a million dreams ♪ 128 00:07:30,851 --> 00:07:33,153 ♪ For the world we're gonna make ♪ 129 00:07:49,269 --> 00:07:52,506 Newspapers! Amazing stories from around the world! 130 00:07:52,540 --> 00:07:55,275 ♪ A million dreams are keepin' me ♪ 131 00:07:55,308 --> 00:07:58,679 ♪ Awake ♪ 132 00:07:58,712 --> 00:08:01,982 PHINEAS: ♪ I think of what the world could be ♪ 133 00:08:02,015 --> 00:08:04,985 CHARITY: ♪ A vision of the one I see ♪ 134 00:08:05,018 --> 00:08:10,090 ♪ A million dreams is all it's gonna take ♪ 135 00:08:11,358 --> 00:08:12,793 ♪ Oh, a million dreams ♪ 136 00:08:12,826 --> 00:08:16,564 ♪ For the world we're gonna make ♪ 137 00:08:18,766 --> 00:08:21,802 MAN: Come! Join the Great American Railroad! 138 00:08:21,835 --> 00:08:24,538 Three meals a day. Roof over your head. 139 00:08:24,572 --> 00:08:28,809 Fair and ample wages. Come, make your fortune! 140 00:08:28,842 --> 00:08:31,579 See the open plains of America! 141 00:08:31,612 --> 00:08:34,081 Opportunity awaits you, sir, out on the rails! 142 00:08:51,031 --> 00:08:52,700 Sir, I... 143 00:08:52,733 --> 00:08:54,267 I know I don't come from much, 144 00:08:54,301 --> 00:08:57,170 but I will take care of your daughter 145 00:08:57,204 --> 00:09:00,307 and I will give her a life as grand as this one. 146 00:09:06,614 --> 00:09:08,181 CHARITY: Bye, Mother. 147 00:09:09,617 --> 00:09:10,851 She'll be back. 148 00:09:10,884 --> 00:09:14,454 Sooner or later, she'll tire of your life... 149 00:09:14,487 --> 00:09:15,789 of having nothing, 150 00:09:15,823 --> 00:09:17,591 and she'll come running back home. 151 00:09:17,625 --> 00:09:18,926 (both laughing) 152 00:09:27,367 --> 00:09:30,170 ♪ Ev'ry night I lie in bed ♪ 153 00:09:30,203 --> 00:09:33,707 ♪ The brightest colors fill my head ♪ 154 00:09:33,741 --> 00:09:39,813 ♪ A million dreams are keepin' me awake ♪ 155 00:09:39,847 --> 00:09:43,316 ♪ I think of what the world could be ♪ 156 00:09:43,350 --> 00:09:46,386 ♪ A vision of the one I see ♪ 157 00:09:46,419 --> 00:09:51,759 ♪ A million dreams is all it's gonna take ♪ 158 00:09:52,726 --> 00:09:54,561 ♪ Oh, a million dreams ♪ 159 00:09:54,594 --> 00:09:57,765 ♪ For the world we're gonna make ♪ 160 00:09:57,798 --> 00:10:00,968 ♪ However big However small ♪ 161 00:10:01,001 --> 00:10:05,338 ♪ Let me be a part of it all ♪ 162 00:10:05,372 --> 00:10:09,743 ♪ Share your dreams with me ♪ 163 00:10:10,978 --> 00:10:13,981 ♪ You may be right You may be wrong ♪ 164 00:10:14,014 --> 00:10:17,751 ♪ But say that you'll bring me along ♪ 165 00:10:17,785 --> 00:10:21,021 ♪ To the world you see ♪ 166 00:10:21,054 --> 00:10:25,392 BOTH: ♪ To the world I close my eyes to see ♪ 167 00:10:25,425 --> 00:10:29,863 ♪ I close my eyes to see ♪ 168 00:10:30,931 --> 00:10:34,101 ♪ Cause ev'ry night I lie in bed ♪ 169 00:10:34,134 --> 00:10:37,270 ♪ The brightest colors fill my head ♪ 170 00:10:37,304 --> 00:10:41,241 ♪ A million dreams are keepin' me awake ♪ 171 00:10:41,274 --> 00:10:43,977 ♪ A million dreams A million dreams ♪ 172 00:10:44,011 --> 00:10:47,147 BOTH: ♪ I think of what the world could be ♪ 173 00:10:47,180 --> 00:10:50,317 ♪ A vision of the one I see ♪ 174 00:10:50,350 --> 00:10:54,421 ♪ A million dreams is all it's gonna take ♪ 175 00:10:56,990 --> 00:10:58,658 ♪ A million dreams ♪ 176 00:10:58,692 --> 00:11:01,261 ♪ For the world we're gonna make ♪ 177 00:11:07,935 --> 00:11:11,705 ♪ For the world we're gonna make ♪ 178 00:11:19,847 --> 00:11:21,090 - CHALMERS: Mr. Smith? - SMITH: Yes. 179 00:11:21,114 --> 00:11:22,726 - CHALMERS: Have a look at this. - SMITH: Of course. 180 00:11:22,750 --> 00:11:24,852 (typing and clacking) 181 00:11:30,090 --> 00:11:32,292 (typing and clacking continues) 182 00:11:40,968 --> 00:11:43,403 SMITH: Yes, yes, I see it. 183 00:11:43,436 --> 00:11:44,872 Thank you, Chalmers, that'll do. 184 00:11:44,905 --> 00:11:47,240 Sir, Phineas Taylor Barnum. 185 00:11:47,274 --> 00:11:49,109 If I may, sir... 186 00:11:49,142 --> 00:11:50,778 I believe I have skills and ideas 187 00:11:50,811 --> 00:11:52,212 that go well beyond punching numbers 188 00:11:52,245 --> 00:11:53,180 into an adding machine. 189 00:11:53,213 --> 00:11:54,657 Well, I've read about this German fellow, 190 00:11:54,681 --> 00:11:56,316 Lilienthal, I believe, who's developed 191 00:11:56,349 --> 00:11:58,886 a glider that can take a man in the air, sir. 192 00:11:58,919 --> 00:12:00,187 Isn't that amazing? 193 00:12:00,220 --> 00:12:02,355 I mean, if you were to apply that to this business, 194 00:12:02,389 --> 00:12:03,757 it would be revolutionary. 195 00:12:03,791 --> 00:12:06,626 Gentlemen! Can I have your attention? 196 00:12:06,659 --> 00:12:08,495 You're all dismissed. 197 00:12:09,629 --> 00:12:10,898 Bankrupt? 198 00:12:10,931 --> 00:12:13,000 I thought the company had a dozen trading ships. 199 00:12:13,033 --> 00:12:15,135 Yes, at the bottom of the South China Sea. 200 00:12:15,735 --> 00:12:18,238 Typhoon sank 'em all. 201 00:12:19,973 --> 00:12:21,975 (indistinct murmuring) 202 00:12:45,866 --> 00:12:48,101 (children chattering) 203 00:12:50,737 --> 00:12:51,939 (imitating gunfire) 204 00:12:51,972 --> 00:12:54,041 (squealing, giggling) 205 00:12:55,375 --> 00:12:58,145 - Tag, you're it! - Oh, you're in for it! 206 00:12:58,979 --> 00:12:59,847 Hey. 207 00:12:59,880 --> 00:13:02,515 Oh, God! You're home early. 208 00:13:02,549 --> 00:13:04,117 And until further notice. 209 00:13:08,155 --> 00:13:10,257 Well, I didn't think you were long for that job. 210 00:13:10,290 --> 00:13:12,092 Or any job, apparently. 211 00:13:12,125 --> 00:13:14,561 That's what makes our life together so exciting. 212 00:13:15,228 --> 00:13:16,930 Charity. 213 00:13:19,833 --> 00:13:22,535 This isn't the life I promised you. 214 00:13:22,569 --> 00:13:24,437 But I have everything I want. 215 00:13:24,471 --> 00:13:26,006 What about the magic? 216 00:13:26,039 --> 00:13:27,740 What do you call those two girls? 217 00:13:27,774 --> 00:13:30,443 (laughing) 218 00:13:30,477 --> 00:13:32,846 Hey, you partners, look who moseyed into the corral. 219 00:13:34,581 --> 00:13:35,748 Daddy! 220 00:13:35,782 --> 00:13:37,093 - PHINEAS: Come here! - Did you bring a present? 221 00:13:37,117 --> 00:13:38,651 A present for what? (laughing) 222 00:13:38,685 --> 00:13:40,287 - For my birthday! - Your what? 223 00:13:40,320 --> 00:13:42,990 - My birthday. - It's not your birthday. 224 00:13:43,023 --> 00:13:45,926 Okay, I do have a present... 225 00:13:45,959 --> 00:13:48,061 but not just any present. Oh, no. 226 00:13:48,095 --> 00:13:51,531 The most amazing birthday present ever. 227 00:13:51,564 --> 00:13:54,101 This extraordinary machine was originally created 228 00:13:54,134 --> 00:13:56,036 by Leonardo da Vinci, 400 years ago. 229 00:13:56,069 --> 00:13:58,405 But the blueprints had been lost for centuries 230 00:13:58,438 --> 00:14:00,707 until just last week, on a stormy night, 231 00:14:00,740 --> 00:14:02,842 when a sunken pirate ship washed up 232 00:14:02,876 --> 00:14:04,644 on the shores of Nantucket. 233 00:14:04,677 --> 00:14:06,947 They found skeletons and treasures 234 00:14:06,980 --> 00:14:08,781 and the blueprints were recovered 235 00:14:08,815 --> 00:14:13,887 by none other than J. W. Mercantile. 236 00:14:13,921 --> 00:14:16,289 The blueprints crossed my desk very briefly 237 00:14:16,323 --> 00:14:18,358 but I managed to commit them to memory. 238 00:14:18,391 --> 00:14:22,595 And if I have remembered correctly... 239 00:14:29,169 --> 00:14:31,371 Happy birthday, Caroline. 240 00:14:38,745 --> 00:14:40,413 This is a wishing machine. 241 00:14:40,447 --> 00:14:42,349 You tell it your wishes... 242 00:14:43,350 --> 00:14:46,286 and it keeps them safe until they come true. 243 00:14:46,319 --> 00:14:50,323 Even if you forget them, they're always there. 244 00:14:50,357 --> 00:14:51,491 Can I tell a wish? 245 00:14:51,524 --> 00:14:53,994 Step right up. Go ahead. 246 00:14:54,027 --> 00:14:57,797 I wish to marry Santa Claus. 247 00:14:57,830 --> 00:14:59,632 That is a good wish. 248 00:15:00,733 --> 00:15:04,504 I wish for ballet slippers. 249 00:15:10,577 --> 00:15:12,579 Hey, that's a good wish, too. 250 00:15:13,213 --> 00:15:14,982 What's your wish, Mommy? 251 00:15:16,683 --> 00:15:18,485 I wish... 252 00:15:22,889 --> 00:15:25,892 for happiness like this forever 253 00:15:25,925 --> 00:15:27,627 for you and you... 254 00:15:29,396 --> 00:15:31,231 and for your father. 255 00:15:31,731 --> 00:15:33,366 Boring! 256 00:15:33,400 --> 00:15:35,068 CHARITY: Boring? (Phineas laughs) 257 00:15:35,102 --> 00:15:38,371 Since when has happiness ever been boring? 258 00:15:38,405 --> 00:15:41,441 ♪ Ev'ry night I lie in bed ♪ 259 00:15:41,474 --> 00:15:44,611 ♪ The brightest colors fill my head ♪ 260 00:15:44,644 --> 00:15:49,616 ♪ A million dreams are keepin' me awake ♪ 261 00:15:51,384 --> 00:15:54,887 BOTH GIRLS: ♪ I think of what the world could be ♪ 262 00:15:54,921 --> 00:15:58,125 ♪ A vision of the one I see ♪ 263 00:15:58,158 --> 00:16:02,595 ♪ A million dreams is all it's gonna take ♪ 264 00:16:06,399 --> 00:16:08,468 PHINEAS: ♪ A million dreams ♪ 265 00:16:08,501 --> 00:16:11,704 ♪ For the world we're gonna make ♪ 266 00:16:20,180 --> 00:16:22,949 (typing, clacking) 267 00:16:22,982 --> 00:16:24,984 (man laughing) 268 00:16:26,086 --> 00:16:29,589 The goat prices go up, so the pork bellies go down. 269 00:16:29,622 --> 00:16:30,790 (door opens) 270 00:16:30,823 --> 00:16:32,925 - Charles, we're leaving. - Huh? 271 00:16:32,959 --> 00:16:34,427 This bank only wants to lend money 272 00:16:34,461 --> 00:16:35,595 to people with money. 273 00:16:40,033 --> 00:16:42,569 What are you looking at, flop-doodle? 274 00:16:44,837 --> 00:16:46,739 Mr. Barnum. 275 00:16:48,741 --> 00:16:52,512 This venture you propose is risky and somewhat bizarre. 276 00:16:52,545 --> 00:16:54,481 It's a good bet is what it is, sir. 277 00:16:54,514 --> 00:16:56,149 People don't want to admit it... 278 00:16:56,183 --> 00:16:58,918 but they're fascinated with the exotic and the macabre. 279 00:16:58,951 --> 00:17:00,587 It's why we stare at it. 280 00:17:00,620 --> 00:17:03,423 The bank is going to need substantial collateral. 281 00:17:04,691 --> 00:17:07,894 Of course. I, uh, I wouldn't suggest otherwise. 282 00:17:07,927 --> 00:17:09,996 The deed and title to my entire flotilla 283 00:17:10,029 --> 00:17:11,231 of trading vessels. 284 00:17:14,634 --> 00:17:17,104 CHARITY: Why would a bank loan us $10,000? 285 00:17:17,137 --> 00:17:19,439 Because we put up collateral. 286 00:17:19,472 --> 00:17:20,916 But, dear, we don't have any collateral. 287 00:17:20,940 --> 00:17:21,908 Sure we do. 288 00:17:21,941 --> 00:17:23,176 In the South China Seas. 289 00:17:23,210 --> 00:17:24,877 In the South China Seas? 290 00:17:24,911 --> 00:17:27,114 Deep in the South China Seas. 291 00:17:27,147 --> 00:17:30,317 And what did we buy with this loan? 292 00:17:30,350 --> 00:17:33,553 "Barnum's American Museum of Curiosities." 293 00:17:33,586 --> 00:17:35,255 What kind of museum is it? 294 00:17:36,589 --> 00:17:37,957 (laughs) 295 00:17:37,990 --> 00:17:39,392 A place to be transported. 296 00:17:39,426 --> 00:17:40,993 A place where people can see things 297 00:17:41,027 --> 00:17:42,195 they've never seen before. 298 00:17:42,595 --> 00:17:43,396 Huh? 299 00:17:43,430 --> 00:17:45,498 - Wax figures? - Yeah. Yeah. 300 00:17:45,532 --> 00:17:47,367 They're all the rage in Europe. Look. 301 00:17:47,400 --> 00:17:50,002 Marie Antoinette with the sore throat. Napoleon. 302 00:17:50,036 --> 00:17:51,904 Come here. See? 303 00:17:51,938 --> 00:17:54,807 You've already met some of the most famous folks in history. 304 00:17:54,841 --> 00:17:56,176 But they're not all wax. 305 00:17:56,209 --> 00:17:59,679 This is the great O'Malley. 306 00:17:59,712 --> 00:18:02,449 Master of sleight of hand. A king of deception. 307 00:18:02,482 --> 00:18:04,384 You don't look like a magician. 308 00:18:05,118 --> 00:18:06,653 I'm a thief. 309 00:18:06,686 --> 00:18:07,754 A very good thief. 310 00:18:07,787 --> 00:18:09,822 - I caught him nicking my watch. - (coin clatters) 311 00:18:09,856 --> 00:18:10,923 - See? - An elephant! 312 00:18:10,957 --> 00:18:12,024 Not just any elephant. 313 00:18:12,058 --> 00:18:13,025 I can get you somethin' real nice. 314 00:18:13,059 --> 00:18:14,026 Just say the word. 315 00:18:14,060 --> 00:18:15,061 Thank you. 316 00:18:15,094 --> 00:18:16,396 Oh, yeah. This is a ten-ton bull 317 00:18:16,429 --> 00:18:18,398 straight from the plains of Africa. 318 00:18:18,431 --> 00:18:20,967 And look at that. (laughing) 319 00:18:21,000 --> 00:18:22,969 The tallest giraffe in the world. 320 00:18:23,002 --> 00:18:24,471 CAROLINE: Can I climb up its leg? 321 00:18:24,504 --> 00:18:26,873 Absolutely not. Okay. (giggling) 322 00:18:26,906 --> 00:18:29,842 Now, I know how it looks. 323 00:18:29,876 --> 00:18:31,278 If you didn't, I'd be worried. 324 00:18:31,311 --> 00:18:33,112 I mean, it just needs a little work, but... 325 00:18:33,146 --> 00:18:34,557 The loan has to be paid back every month. 326 00:18:34,581 --> 00:18:36,459 Oh, yeah, we're gonna pay it. We just need customers. 327 00:18:36,483 --> 00:18:38,163 - Hundreds of them. - We're gonna get them. 328 00:18:39,786 --> 00:18:41,388 (all laughing) 329 00:18:41,421 --> 00:18:43,055 Welcome to the Barnum Museum. 330 00:18:43,089 --> 00:18:44,424 It is one hour of your time, sir, 331 00:18:44,457 --> 00:18:45,958 but it will change your life. 332 00:18:45,992 --> 00:18:47,303 We have shows on the hour every hour. 333 00:18:47,327 --> 00:18:48,961 I love your dress. 334 00:18:48,995 --> 00:18:50,430 Surely not for the faint of heart, 335 00:18:50,463 --> 00:18:52,332 but I can tell you're gonna love it. 336 00:18:52,365 --> 00:18:54,234 Half price for anyone who's wearing a hat. 337 00:18:54,267 --> 00:18:55,468 Ho, ho! That's you, sir. 338 00:18:55,502 --> 00:18:58,505 Welcome to the Barnum Museum. (sighs) 339 00:18:58,538 --> 00:19:01,140 (horse neighs) 340 00:19:04,511 --> 00:19:05,445 Load of garbage. 341 00:19:05,478 --> 00:19:07,046 Goodness, no. It's rubbish. 342 00:19:07,079 --> 00:19:09,124 Welcome to the Barnum Museum, where everyone's special... 343 00:19:09,148 --> 00:19:10,917 How many tickets? 344 00:19:10,950 --> 00:19:13,220 - Three. - Three. 345 00:19:38,378 --> 00:19:39,879 CAROLINE: Daddy. 346 00:19:44,451 --> 00:19:45,852 Daddy. 347 00:19:51,057 --> 00:19:53,260 Did you sell any more tickets today? 348 00:19:53,293 --> 00:19:55,395 A few. Yeah. 349 00:19:55,428 --> 00:19:57,664 Most everyone was rushing home, it's Friday, 350 00:19:57,697 --> 00:20:02,635 but we sold a few. 351 00:20:02,669 --> 00:20:06,739 I think you have too many dead things in your museum, Daddy. 352 00:20:06,773 --> 00:20:08,140 Do you? 353 00:20:08,174 --> 00:20:11,478 She's right. You need something alive. 354 00:20:14,481 --> 00:20:16,115 Go to sleep, both of you. 355 00:20:16,148 --> 00:20:18,485 Something sensational. 356 00:20:19,118 --> 00:20:20,687 That's a big word. 357 00:20:20,720 --> 00:20:22,889 It's your word. 358 00:20:22,922 --> 00:20:25,892 Something that isn't stuffed. 359 00:20:25,925 --> 00:20:28,428 - Like a mermaid. - Or a unicorn. 360 00:20:29,796 --> 00:20:32,098 Unicorns aren't real. 361 00:20:32,131 --> 00:20:34,601 Well, mermaids aren't real either. 362 00:20:55,021 --> 00:20:56,923 (dog barking) 363 00:21:01,127 --> 00:21:03,162 You must be Gertrude Stratton. 364 00:21:03,195 --> 00:21:04,464 I'm looking for your son. 365 00:21:05,231 --> 00:21:06,566 I don't have a son. 366 00:21:07,266 --> 00:21:08,868 The hospital record says you do. 367 00:21:08,901 --> 00:21:11,338 Charles, right? Age 22? 368 00:21:16,075 --> 00:21:17,577 GERTRUDE: Charles! 369 00:21:19,078 --> 00:21:20,279 Charles! 370 00:21:20,313 --> 00:21:22,415 (door unlocking) 371 00:21:34,126 --> 00:21:35,695 P.T. Barnum, at your service. 372 00:21:37,330 --> 00:21:39,666 I am putting together a show 373 00:21:39,699 --> 00:21:40,933 and I need a star. 374 00:21:42,068 --> 00:21:44,136 You want people to laugh at me. 375 00:21:44,170 --> 00:21:45,481 Well, they're laughing anyway, kid, 376 00:21:45,505 --> 00:21:46,773 so might as well get paid. 377 00:21:56,182 --> 00:21:58,217 I see a soldier, no, a general 378 00:21:58,250 --> 00:22:01,721 riding across the stage with a sword and a gun, 379 00:22:01,754 --> 00:22:03,322 and... and... 380 00:22:03,356 --> 00:22:05,858 and the most beautiful uniform ever made. 381 00:22:05,892 --> 00:22:07,760 People will come from all over the world, 382 00:22:07,794 --> 00:22:10,763 and when they see him, they won't laugh. 383 00:22:10,797 --> 00:22:12,532 (door unlocks) 384 00:22:15,968 --> 00:22:17,637 They'll salute. 385 00:22:33,520 --> 00:22:34,787 How's it looking, girls? 386 00:22:41,461 --> 00:22:43,295 MAN: Hey! You looking for freaks? 387 00:22:43,329 --> 00:22:45,131 I know where you can find one of them. 388 00:22:46,332 --> 00:22:47,534 Really? 389 00:22:47,567 --> 00:22:50,870 (woman vocalizing) 390 00:22:51,904 --> 00:22:53,506 Come on, girls. 391 00:22:55,107 --> 00:22:57,810 (vocalizing continues) 392 00:22:57,844 --> 00:22:58,711 Hello. 393 00:22:58,745 --> 00:22:59,946 Sir, you shouldn't be here. 394 00:22:59,979 --> 00:23:01,948 I'm sorry, who's doing that singing? 395 00:23:02,849 --> 00:23:03,950 (singing ends) 396 00:23:05,017 --> 00:23:07,353 It's you, isn't it? 397 00:23:07,386 --> 00:23:09,288 Sir, I'll have to ask you to leave. 398 00:23:09,321 --> 00:23:11,157 You are so talented, blessed... 399 00:23:13,893 --> 00:23:15,161 Extraordinary. 400 00:23:16,429 --> 00:23:18,030 Unique. 401 00:23:19,231 --> 00:23:21,033 I would even say beautiful. 402 00:23:21,067 --> 00:23:23,269 (women laughing) 403 00:23:23,302 --> 00:23:24,671 Sir. 404 00:23:25,337 --> 00:23:27,406 Please leave me alone. 405 00:23:34,747 --> 00:23:36,783 They don't understand, but they will. 406 00:23:38,951 --> 00:23:41,688 ♪ ♪ 407 00:23:51,130 --> 00:23:52,465 This line is so... 408 00:23:52,499 --> 00:23:56,168 Oh, my God! Oh, goodness. 409 00:23:56,202 --> 00:24:00,607 PHINEAS: Okay. Anne and W.D. Wheeler. Brother and sister? 410 00:24:00,640 --> 00:24:03,342 - Yes, sir. - Terrific. And what do you do? 411 00:24:03,375 --> 00:24:04,477 Trapeze. 412 00:24:04,511 --> 00:24:06,846 Trapeze. Okay. 413 00:24:06,879 --> 00:24:08,447 You know, people aren't gonna like it 414 00:24:08,481 --> 00:24:09,982 if you put us on the stage. 415 00:24:10,016 --> 00:24:12,118 Oh, I'm counting on it. 416 00:24:13,653 --> 00:24:16,455 Is this over your... 417 00:24:16,489 --> 00:24:17,690 Entire body. 418 00:24:17,724 --> 00:24:19,526 Terrific. I don't need to see it. 419 00:24:23,062 --> 00:24:26,566 Now. (laughing) Yes! 420 00:24:28,668 --> 00:24:30,302 Can I just ask how heavy you are? 421 00:24:30,336 --> 00:24:31,871 Do you have a number for that? 422 00:24:31,904 --> 00:24:35,107 - I prefer not to say, but... - Just between you and me. 423 00:24:35,141 --> 00:24:37,577 500 pounds. 424 00:24:37,610 --> 00:24:41,748 - 750 pounds, you said? - 750 pounds, it is! 425 00:24:51,257 --> 00:24:53,025 What is your name? 426 00:24:53,059 --> 00:24:55,528 Vasily Palvos, sir. 427 00:24:55,562 --> 00:24:57,129 Yeah, we're gonna change that name. 428 00:24:57,163 --> 00:24:59,666 Uh, I think you're Irish. 429 00:25:01,333 --> 00:25:03,002 We have a show! 430 00:25:04,637 --> 00:25:07,106 That's good, but I need it five times bigger! 431 00:25:07,139 --> 00:25:08,307 And I want it everywhere! 432 00:25:08,340 --> 00:25:09,909 Carriages, sides of trains, 433 00:25:09,942 --> 00:25:13,445 trolleys, crates, milk bottles, everywhere they look! 434 00:25:13,479 --> 00:25:16,148 Barnum's American Museum. 435 00:25:19,318 --> 00:25:20,853 MAN: Nice to see you, sir. 436 00:25:24,456 --> 00:25:27,426 ♪ You stumble through your days ♪ 437 00:25:27,459 --> 00:25:29,428 ♪ Got your head hung low ♪ 438 00:25:29,461 --> 00:25:32,799 ♪ Your sky's a shade of gray ♪ 439 00:25:32,832 --> 00:25:34,433 ♪ Like a zombie in a maze ♪ 440 00:25:34,466 --> 00:25:35,534 Two, please. 441 00:25:35,568 --> 00:25:37,536 ♪ You're asleep inside ♪ 442 00:25:37,570 --> 00:25:40,139 ♪ But you can shake awake ♪ 443 00:25:40,172 --> 00:25:42,174 ♪ 'Cause you're just a dead man walkin' ♪ 444 00:25:42,208 --> 00:25:43,943 ♪ Thinkin' that's your only option ♪ 445 00:25:43,976 --> 00:25:45,712 ♪ But you can flick the switch ♪ 446 00:25:45,745 --> 00:25:48,247 ♪ And brighten up your darkest day ♪ 447 00:25:48,280 --> 00:25:50,049 ♪ Sun is up and the color's blindin' ♪ 448 00:25:50,082 --> 00:25:52,084 ♪ Take a world and redefine it ♪ 449 00:25:52,118 --> 00:25:53,886 ♪ Leave behind your narrow mind ♪ 450 00:25:53,920 --> 00:25:55,688 ♪ You'll never be the same ♪ 451 00:25:55,722 --> 00:25:59,425 ♪ Come alive Come alive ♪ 452 00:25:59,458 --> 00:26:01,594 ♪ Go and light your light ♪ 453 00:26:01,628 --> 00:26:03,630 ♪ Let it burn so bright ♪ 454 00:26:03,663 --> 00:26:07,566 ♪ Reachin' up to the sky ♪ 455 00:26:07,600 --> 00:26:09,736 ♪ And it's open wide ♪ 456 00:26:09,769 --> 00:26:12,038 ♪ You're electrified ♪ 457 00:26:12,071 --> 00:26:14,073 ♪ And the world becomes a fantasy ♪ 458 00:26:14,106 --> 00:26:16,175 ♪ And you're more than you could ever be ♪ 459 00:26:16,208 --> 00:26:19,445 ♪ 'Cause you're dreamin' with your eyes wide open ♪ 460 00:26:19,478 --> 00:26:20,747 Whoa! 461 00:26:20,780 --> 00:26:22,224 ♪ And you know you can't go back again ♪ 462 00:26:22,248 --> 00:26:24,183 ♪ To the world that you were livin' in ♪ 463 00:26:24,216 --> 00:26:27,820 ♪ 'Cause you're dreamin' with your eyes wide open ♪ 464 00:26:27,854 --> 00:26:29,889 ♪ So come alive! ♪ 465 00:26:29,922 --> 00:26:31,658 Whoa! 466 00:26:33,059 --> 00:26:34,927 (people gasping) 467 00:26:43,670 --> 00:26:44,837 Lettie! Lettie! 468 00:26:44,871 --> 00:26:46,238 - They're waiting! - For what? 469 00:26:46,272 --> 00:26:47,740 - For you. - No. 470 00:26:47,774 --> 00:26:49,709 They don't know it yet... 471 00:26:49,742 --> 00:26:51,110 but they are gonna love you. 472 00:26:52,912 --> 00:26:53,980 Trust me. 473 00:26:55,214 --> 00:26:56,749 (people gasp) 474 00:26:59,018 --> 00:27:01,353 Tom! Up, up! 475 00:27:06,693 --> 00:27:08,060 ♪ I see it in your eyes ♪ 476 00:27:09,295 --> 00:27:11,030 ♪ You believe that lie ♪ 477 00:27:11,063 --> 00:27:14,366 ♪ That you need to hide your face ♪ 478 00:27:14,400 --> 00:27:16,368 ♪ Afraid to step outside ♪ 479 00:27:17,336 --> 00:27:19,038 ♪ So you lock the door ♪ 480 00:27:19,071 --> 00:27:21,941 ♪ But don't you stay that way ♪ 481 00:27:21,974 --> 00:27:23,910 ♪ No more livin' in those shadows ♪ 482 00:27:23,943 --> 00:27:25,978 ♪ You and me, we know how that goes ♪ 483 00:27:26,012 --> 00:27:27,279 ♪ 'Cause once you see it ♪ 484 00:27:27,313 --> 00:27:30,149 ♪ Oh, you'll never, never be the same ♪ 485 00:27:30,182 --> 00:27:32,084 ♪ A little bit of lightnin' strikin' ♪ 486 00:27:32,118 --> 00:27:34,020 ♪ Bottled up to keep on shinin' ♪ 487 00:27:34,053 --> 00:27:35,788 ♪ You can prove there's more to you ♪ 488 00:27:35,822 --> 00:27:37,156 ♪ You cannot be afraid ♪ 489 00:27:37,189 --> 00:27:41,527 ♪ Come alive Come alive ♪ 490 00:27:41,560 --> 00:27:43,495 ♪ Go and light your light ♪ 491 00:27:43,529 --> 00:27:45,564 ♪ Let it burn so bright ♪ 492 00:27:45,597 --> 00:27:49,668 ♪ Reachin' up to the sky ♪ 493 00:27:49,702 --> 00:27:51,537 ♪ And it's open wide ♪ 494 00:27:51,570 --> 00:27:53,806 ♪ You're electrified ♪ 495 00:27:53,840 --> 00:27:55,908 ♪ And the world becomes a fantasy ♪ 496 00:27:55,942 --> 00:27:57,710 ♪ And you're more than you could ever be ♪ 497 00:27:57,744 --> 00:28:01,914 ♪ 'Cause you're dreamin' with your eyes wide open ♪ 498 00:28:01,948 --> 00:28:04,050 ♪ And we know we can't go back again ♪ 499 00:28:04,083 --> 00:28:06,218 ♪ To the world that we were livin' in ♪ 500 00:28:06,252 --> 00:28:09,789 ♪ 'Cause we're dreamin' with our eyes wide open ♪ 501 00:28:09,822 --> 00:28:11,423 ♪ So come alive! ♪ 502 00:28:11,457 --> 00:28:13,760 (applause) Bravo! 503 00:28:15,995 --> 00:28:17,897 MAN: That was great! 504 00:28:17,930 --> 00:28:20,666 - More! - Fantastic! 505 00:28:20,699 --> 00:28:22,101 O'MALLEY: This is bad. 506 00:28:23,469 --> 00:28:25,872 "Criminal." "Degrading." 507 00:28:25,905 --> 00:28:27,406 "A circus." I like "circus." 508 00:28:27,439 --> 00:28:29,175 MAN: That's right, fat boy! 509 00:28:29,208 --> 00:28:31,010 (distant shouting) 510 00:28:31,043 --> 00:28:33,245 You gonna protect that bearded lady? 511 00:28:33,279 --> 00:28:34,280 PHINEAS: Hey! 512 00:28:35,948 --> 00:28:37,449 - Hey! That's enough! - MAN: Freak! 513 00:28:38,050 --> 00:28:39,518 Walter! 514 00:28:39,551 --> 00:28:40,820 Inside, all of you. Right now. 515 00:28:40,853 --> 00:28:42,154 Look at 'em run! 516 00:28:42,188 --> 00:28:44,723 - We don't want your kind! - Get outta here! 517 00:28:44,757 --> 00:28:47,760 That's right, you freaks! Your master's calling! 518 00:28:47,794 --> 00:28:49,228 That's quite enough, sir. 519 00:28:53,399 --> 00:28:55,067 Nothing more to look at! 520 00:28:56,235 --> 00:28:58,838 At your service! 521 00:28:58,871 --> 00:29:00,711 Reprint this review in every paper in New York. 522 00:29:00,739 --> 00:29:02,875 Half price tickets to anyone who brings it in. 523 00:29:10,049 --> 00:29:12,384 ♪ Come one, come all ♪ 524 00:29:12,418 --> 00:29:14,453 ♪ Come in, come on ♪ 525 00:29:14,486 --> 00:29:17,756 ♪ To anyone who's bursting with a dream ♪ 526 00:29:17,790 --> 00:29:20,392 ALL: ♪ Come one, come all ♪ 527 00:29:20,426 --> 00:29:22,594 ♪ You hear the call ♪ 528 00:29:22,628 --> 00:29:27,433 ♪ To anyone who's searching for a way to break free ♪ 529 00:29:27,466 --> 00:29:29,601 ALL: ♪ Break free ♪ 530 00:29:29,635 --> 00:29:31,437 ♪ Break free! ♪ 531 00:29:31,470 --> 00:29:33,605 ♪ And the world becomes a fantasy ♪ 532 00:29:33,639 --> 00:29:35,541 ♪ And you're more than you could ever be ♪ 533 00:29:35,574 --> 00:29:39,545 ♪ 'Cause you're dreamin' with your eyes wide open ♪ 534 00:29:39,578 --> 00:29:41,814 ♪ And we know we can't go back again ♪ 535 00:29:41,848 --> 00:29:43,682 ♪ To the world that we were livin' in ♪ 536 00:29:43,715 --> 00:29:46,552 ♪ 'Cause we're dreamin' with our eyes wide open ♪ 537 00:29:46,585 --> 00:29:47,987 ♪ Hey ♪ 538 00:29:48,020 --> 00:29:50,089 ♪ And the world becomes a fantasy ♪ 539 00:29:50,122 --> 00:29:51,790 ♪ And you're more than you could ever be ♪ 540 00:29:51,824 --> 00:29:54,693 ♪ 'Cause you're dreamin' with your eyes wide open ♪ 541 00:29:54,726 --> 00:29:56,028 ♪ Yeah, yeah ♪ 542 00:29:56,062 --> 00:29:58,164 ♪ And we know we can't go back again ♪ 543 00:29:58,197 --> 00:30:00,066 ♪ To the world that we were livin' in ♪ 544 00:30:00,099 --> 00:30:04,303 ♪ 'Cause we're dreamin' with our eyes wide open ♪ 545 00:30:04,336 --> 00:30:07,639 ♪ 'Cause we're dreamin' with our eyes wide open ♪ 546 00:30:07,673 --> 00:30:09,375 ♪ So come alive! ♪ 547 00:30:09,408 --> 00:30:12,778 ♪ Come alive ♪ 548 00:30:12,811 --> 00:30:15,114 ♪ Yeah ♪ 549 00:30:15,147 --> 00:30:17,516 (silence) 550 00:30:17,549 --> 00:30:19,418 (inaudible) 551 00:30:24,323 --> 00:30:26,758 (applause begins) 552 00:30:26,792 --> 00:30:29,528 (cheers and applause) 553 00:30:42,841 --> 00:30:45,811 VENDOR: Peanuts. Get your peanuts here. 554 00:30:45,844 --> 00:30:48,981 Hot, salted peanuts. Piping hot! 555 00:30:49,015 --> 00:30:51,183 MAN: One for me, one for the lady. 556 00:30:51,217 --> 00:30:52,919 (clears throat) O'Malley. 557 00:30:56,788 --> 00:30:59,525 Ah, Mr. Bennett from the Herald. 558 00:30:59,558 --> 00:31:01,627 Come to take in another show, huh? 559 00:31:01,660 --> 00:31:02,828 Tell me, Mr. Barnum, 560 00:31:02,861 --> 00:31:03,996 does it bother you 561 00:31:04,030 --> 00:31:06,933 that everything you're selling is fake? 562 00:31:07,633 --> 00:31:09,268 Do these smiles seem fake? 563 00:31:09,301 --> 00:31:10,545 It doesn't matter where they come from. 564 00:31:10,569 --> 00:31:11,770 The joy is real. 565 00:31:11,803 --> 00:31:13,339 So, you are a philanthropist? 566 00:31:13,372 --> 00:31:16,075 Well, hyperbole isn't the worst crime. 567 00:31:16,108 --> 00:31:19,078 Men suffer more from imagining too little than too much. 568 00:31:19,111 --> 00:31:21,547 The creed of a true fraud. 569 00:31:22,881 --> 00:31:25,084 Mr. Bennett, when was the last time you smiled 570 00:31:25,117 --> 00:31:27,519 or had a good laugh? Like a real laugh? 571 00:31:28,988 --> 00:31:32,058 A theater critic who can't find joy in the theater. 572 00:31:32,091 --> 00:31:34,326 Now who's a fraud? 573 00:31:36,695 --> 00:31:38,830 Oh, Mr. Bennett. 574 00:31:38,864 --> 00:31:41,633 That word you used to describe my show? 575 00:31:42,701 --> 00:31:43,902 Has a nice ring to it. 576 00:31:52,644 --> 00:31:53,946 (giggling) 577 00:31:53,980 --> 00:31:55,714 And right this way. 578 00:31:55,747 --> 00:31:58,917 Don't you think there's enough blind trust in my life? 579 00:31:58,951 --> 00:32:00,619 Well, isn't that what makes it fun? 580 00:32:00,652 --> 00:32:04,590 Keep coming. Okay. Are you ready? 581 00:32:11,030 --> 00:32:12,631 - CHARITY: Is it? - PHINEAS: It is. 582 00:32:15,701 --> 00:32:17,936 Come on. Let's go. 583 00:32:18,237 --> 00:32:19,471 Push. 584 00:32:21,607 --> 00:32:22,608 Wow. 585 00:32:24,576 --> 00:32:26,278 Helen, that's for you. 586 00:32:26,312 --> 00:32:27,379 (gasps) 587 00:32:29,015 --> 00:32:32,618 And Caroline, this is for you. 588 00:32:39,992 --> 00:32:41,860 There's a ballet school right down the street. 589 00:32:41,893 --> 00:32:44,463 Just past your parents' house, actually. 590 00:32:46,198 --> 00:32:47,633 Don't tell me you bought this house 591 00:32:47,666 --> 00:32:50,002 just to rub my parents' noses in your success? 592 00:32:50,036 --> 00:32:52,238 Well, that wasn't the only reason. 593 00:32:53,705 --> 00:32:56,042 This is the life I promised you. 594 00:32:56,742 --> 00:32:58,177 Shall we? 595 00:32:58,210 --> 00:33:01,680 Phin, it's beautiful, 596 00:33:01,713 --> 00:33:03,525 but you know, we don't need all of this to be... 597 00:33:03,549 --> 00:33:04,983 It only took me 25 years, 598 00:33:05,017 --> 00:33:07,953 but welcome home, Charity Barnum. 599 00:33:07,986 --> 00:33:10,622 (classical music plays) 600 00:33:42,088 --> 00:33:44,756 (applause) 601 00:33:44,790 --> 00:33:46,558 (indistinct murmuring) 602 00:33:46,592 --> 00:33:48,794 - Hello, there. - MAN: There goes Barnum. 603 00:33:56,168 --> 00:33:58,870 PHINEAS: Hey, sweetheart, who's that young man over there? 604 00:33:58,904 --> 00:34:00,672 Oh, that's Phillip Carlyle. 605 00:34:00,706 --> 00:34:03,109 A bit of a scandal, they say. 606 00:34:03,142 --> 00:34:04,710 His last play was a hit in London. 607 00:34:04,743 --> 00:34:06,312 Play? You pay good money 608 00:34:06,345 --> 00:34:08,880 to watch people stand around and talk for two hours 609 00:34:08,914 --> 00:34:10,349 and they call me a con man. 610 00:34:10,382 --> 00:34:13,719 Ew, what's that smell? Do you smell that? 611 00:34:13,752 --> 00:34:15,954 Ew. Something does smell. 612 00:34:15,987 --> 00:34:18,824 Oh, I know what it is. Peanuts. 613 00:34:18,857 --> 00:34:20,592 (girls snickering) 614 00:34:28,567 --> 00:34:30,102 I can see it right now. 615 00:34:30,136 --> 00:34:31,437 "Youngest prima ballerina 616 00:34:31,470 --> 00:34:33,339 in the history of the City Ballet." 617 00:34:35,040 --> 00:34:36,242 I'm quitting. 618 00:34:36,275 --> 00:34:38,144 What? Why would you quit? 619 00:34:38,177 --> 00:34:40,579 I started too late. I'll never catch up. 620 00:34:40,612 --> 00:34:42,748 Caroline, you were the best dancer on that stage. 621 00:34:44,383 --> 00:34:47,119 What? You think I can't spot talent? 622 00:34:47,153 --> 00:34:49,788 Ballet takes years of hard work. 623 00:34:49,821 --> 00:34:51,190 It's not like the circus. 624 00:34:52,891 --> 00:34:54,160 You can't just fake it. 625 00:34:58,697 --> 00:34:59,931 She can't quit. No. 626 00:34:59,965 --> 00:35:01,200 No, I mean, she just... 627 00:35:01,233 --> 00:35:03,044 She just feels out of place with the other girls. 628 00:35:03,068 --> 00:35:04,570 Well, I should certainly hope so. 629 00:35:04,603 --> 00:35:06,905 I've never seen so many little prima donnas in my life. 630 00:35:06,938 --> 00:35:09,151 Yeah, but those prima donnas are the most important thing 631 00:35:09,175 --> 00:35:10,476 in the world to her right now. 632 00:35:10,509 --> 00:35:12,878 She'll learn to ignore them just like I did. 633 00:35:12,911 --> 00:35:14,313 She shouldn't have to. 634 00:35:14,346 --> 00:35:16,315 New York society will never accept us. 635 00:35:16,348 --> 00:35:18,150 If they did, they'd have to stop judging 636 00:35:18,184 --> 00:35:20,018 and actually do something with their lives. 637 00:35:20,051 --> 00:35:21,420 This isn't about me. 638 00:35:22,554 --> 00:35:27,193 Oh. So it's different than everything else then? 639 00:35:27,226 --> 00:35:29,861 I just want her to be proud of who she is, of her family. 640 00:35:29,895 --> 00:35:31,963 She is proud. 641 00:35:31,997 --> 00:35:33,599 We don't have to be the Carlyles. 642 00:35:39,238 --> 00:35:41,273 Mr. Carlyle. You produced this play? 643 00:35:41,307 --> 00:35:43,442 Yes, I did indeed. 644 00:35:43,475 --> 00:35:45,677 Refunds are available at the front box office. 645 00:35:45,711 --> 00:35:47,479 (chuckles) P.T. Barnum. 646 00:35:47,513 --> 00:35:48,414 From the circus? 647 00:35:48,447 --> 00:35:50,416 Yes. You... you've been? 648 00:35:50,449 --> 00:35:53,885 God, no. But I have seen the crowds. 649 00:35:53,919 --> 00:35:56,531 People leave your shows a great deal happier than when they came in. 650 00:35:56,555 --> 00:35:59,191 Which is much more than I can say for my play. 651 00:35:59,225 --> 00:36:01,460 And yet, you have no trouble selling tickets. 652 00:36:03,128 --> 00:36:04,863 That's because I'm selling virtue. 653 00:36:07,165 --> 00:36:08,500 Can I buy you a drink? 654 00:36:10,569 --> 00:36:12,871 I wanna go after the carriage trade. 655 00:36:12,904 --> 00:36:14,973 Present legitimate acts, 656 00:36:15,006 --> 00:36:18,344 expand our appeal, go after the snobs. 657 00:36:18,377 --> 00:36:20,712 If you only knew how suffocating they are. 658 00:36:20,746 --> 00:36:22,180 So come join the circus. 659 00:36:22,214 --> 00:36:23,894 You clearly have a flair for show business. 660 00:36:25,351 --> 00:36:27,185 Teach me how to appeal to the highbrows. 661 00:36:28,254 --> 00:36:30,389 - Are you serious? - Mm-hmm. 662 00:36:30,422 --> 00:36:32,791 Mr. Barnum, I can't just run off and join the circus. 663 00:36:32,824 --> 00:36:34,793 Why not? Sounds thrilling, doesn't it? 664 00:36:34,826 --> 00:36:36,771 Let's just say that I find it much more comfortable 665 00:36:36,795 --> 00:36:38,564 admiring your show from afar. 666 00:36:38,597 --> 00:36:40,232 Comfort, the enemy of progress. 667 00:36:40,266 --> 00:36:42,043 Do you understand that just associating with you 668 00:36:42,067 --> 00:36:43,669 could cost me my inheritance? 669 00:36:43,702 --> 00:36:45,437 Oh, it could cost you more than that. 670 00:36:45,471 --> 00:36:47,038 You'd be risking everything. 671 00:36:47,072 --> 00:36:48,807 But, on the other hand, well, 672 00:36:48,840 --> 00:36:51,910 you just might find yourself a free man. 673 00:36:51,943 --> 00:36:53,645 ♪ ♪ 674 00:36:55,481 --> 00:36:58,450 ♪ Right here, right now I've put the offer out ♪ 675 00:36:58,484 --> 00:37:01,453 ♪ I don't wanna chase you down I know you see it ♪ 676 00:37:01,487 --> 00:37:04,890 ♪ You run with me and I can cut you free ♪ 677 00:37:04,923 --> 00:37:09,160 ♪ Out of the drudgery and walls you keep in ♪ 678 00:37:09,194 --> 00:37:12,564 ♪ So trade your typical for somethin' colorful ♪ 679 00:37:12,598 --> 00:37:15,601 ♪ And if it's crazy live a little crazy ♪ 680 00:37:15,634 --> 00:37:17,436 ♪ You can play it sensible ♪ 681 00:37:17,469 --> 00:37:18,837 ♪ A king of conventional ♪ 682 00:37:18,870 --> 00:37:23,174 ♪ Or you can risk it all and see ♪ 683 00:37:23,208 --> 00:37:25,911 ♪ Don'tchu wanna get away ♪ 684 00:37:25,944 --> 00:37:29,281 ♪ From the same old part you gotta play? ♪ 685 00:37:29,315 --> 00:37:30,782 ♪ 'Cause I got what you need ♪ 686 00:37:30,816 --> 00:37:33,719 ♪ So come with me and take the ride ♪ 687 00:37:33,752 --> 00:37:36,422 ♪ It'll take you to the other side ♪ 688 00:37:36,455 --> 00:37:38,857 ♪ 'Cause you can do like you do or you can do like me ♪ 689 00:37:38,890 --> 00:37:42,127 ♪ Stay in the cage or you finally take the key ♪ 690 00:37:42,160 --> 00:37:43,629 ♪ Oh, damn ♪ 691 00:37:43,662 --> 00:37:46,398 ♪ Suddenly you're free to fly ♪ 692 00:37:46,432 --> 00:37:48,567 ♪ It'll take you to the other side ♪ 693 00:37:48,600 --> 00:37:51,303 ♪ Okay, my friend You wanna cut me in ♪ 694 00:37:51,337 --> 00:37:54,573 ♪ Well, I hate to tell you but it just won't happen ♪ 695 00:37:54,606 --> 00:37:57,709 ♪ So thanks, but no I think I'm good to go ♪ 696 00:37:57,743 --> 00:38:00,812 ♪ 'Cause I quite enjoy the life you say I'm trapped in ♪ 697 00:38:00,846 --> 00:38:04,149 ♪ Now, I admire you and that whole show you do ♪ 698 00:38:04,182 --> 00:38:05,584 ♪ You're on to somethin' ♪ 699 00:38:05,617 --> 00:38:07,353 ♪ Really, it's somethin' ♪ 700 00:38:07,386 --> 00:38:08,626 ♪ But I live among the swells ♪ 701 00:38:08,654 --> 00:38:09,964 ♪ And we don't pick up peanut shells ♪ 702 00:38:09,988 --> 00:38:13,258 ♪ I'll have to leave that up to you ♪ 703 00:38:13,291 --> 00:38:15,927 ♪ Don'tchu know that I'm okay ♪ 704 00:38:15,961 --> 00:38:19,365 ♪ With this uptown part I get to play? ♪ 705 00:38:19,398 --> 00:38:20,766 ♪ 'Cause I got what I need ♪ 706 00:38:20,799 --> 00:38:23,602 ♪ And I don't wanna take the ride ♪ 707 00:38:23,635 --> 00:38:26,037 ♪ I don't need to see the other side ♪ 708 00:38:26,071 --> 00:38:28,740 ♪ So go and do like you do I'm good to do like me ♪ 709 00:38:28,774 --> 00:38:31,943 ♪ Ain't in a cage so I don't need to take the key ♪ 710 00:38:31,977 --> 00:38:33,712 ♪ Oh, damn ♪ 711 00:38:33,745 --> 00:38:35,814 ♪ Can'tchu see I'm doin' fine? ♪ 712 00:38:35,847 --> 00:38:38,049 ♪ I don't need to see the other side ♪ 713 00:38:38,083 --> 00:38:41,219 ♪ Now, is this really how you'd like to spend your days? ♪ 714 00:38:41,252 --> 00:38:43,822 ♪ Whisky, misery and parties and plays? ♪ 715 00:38:43,855 --> 00:38:45,557 ♪ If I were mixed up with you ♪ 716 00:38:45,591 --> 00:38:47,058 ♪ I'd be the talk of the town ♪ 717 00:38:47,092 --> 00:38:49,861 ♪ Disgraced and disowned, another one of the clowns ♪ 718 00:38:49,895 --> 00:38:52,330 ♪ But you would finally live a little ♪ 719 00:38:52,364 --> 00:38:53,932 ♪ Finally laugh a little ♪ 720 00:38:53,965 --> 00:38:56,535 ♪ Just let me give you the freedom to dream ♪ 721 00:38:56,568 --> 00:38:58,336 ♪ And it'll wake you up ♪ 722 00:38:58,370 --> 00:39:00,105 ♪ And cure your aching ♪ 723 00:39:00,138 --> 00:39:03,141 ♪ Take your walls and start 'em breaking ♪ 724 00:39:03,174 --> 00:39:07,946 ♪ Now that's a deal that seems worth taking ♪ 725 00:39:07,979 --> 00:39:12,551 ♪ But I guess I'll leave that up to you ♪ 726 00:39:16,221 --> 00:39:17,456 ♪ Well, it's intriguing ♪ 727 00:39:17,489 --> 00:39:18,990 ♪ But to go would cost me greatly ♪ 728 00:39:19,024 --> 00:39:21,059 ♪ So what percentage of the show ♪ 729 00:39:21,092 --> 00:39:22,428 ♪ Would I be taking? ♪ 730 00:39:22,461 --> 00:39:23,729 ♪ Well, fair enough ♪ 731 00:39:23,762 --> 00:39:25,664 ♪ You'd want a piece of all the action ♪ 732 00:39:25,697 --> 00:39:28,667 ♪ I'd give you seven, we could shake and make it happen ♪ 733 00:39:28,700 --> 00:39:30,235 ♪ I wasn't born this morning ♪ 734 00:39:30,268 --> 00:39:31,703 ♪ Eighteen would be just fine ♪ 735 00:39:31,737 --> 00:39:34,773 ♪ Why not just go ahead and ask for nickels on the dime? ♪ 736 00:39:34,806 --> 00:39:36,274 - ♪ Fifteen ♪ - ♪ I'd do eight ♪ 737 00:39:36,307 --> 00:39:37,976 - ♪ Twelve ♪ - ♪ Maybe nine ♪ 738 00:39:38,009 --> 00:39:39,711 ♪ Ten ♪ 739 00:39:44,082 --> 00:39:45,484 Umm... 740 00:39:48,954 --> 00:39:52,257 Sir, it looks like you have yourself a junior partner. 741 00:39:52,290 --> 00:39:53,459 (register dings) 742 00:39:53,492 --> 00:39:57,763 What I have is an overcompensated apprentice. 743 00:39:58,964 --> 00:40:01,667 BOTH: ♪ Don'tchu wanna get away ♪ 744 00:40:01,700 --> 00:40:03,602 ♪ To a whole ♪ ♪ New ♪ 745 00:40:03,635 --> 00:40:04,970 ♪ Part you're gonna play ♪ 746 00:40:05,003 --> 00:40:06,705 ♪ 'Cause I got ♪ ♪ What you need ♪ 747 00:40:06,738 --> 00:40:09,441 BOTH: ♪ So come with me and take the ride ♪ 748 00:40:09,475 --> 00:40:11,743 ♪ To the other side ♪ 749 00:40:11,777 --> 00:40:13,445 ♪ So if you do like I do ♪ 750 00:40:13,479 --> 00:40:14,813 ♪ So if you do like me ♪ 751 00:40:14,846 --> 00:40:16,081 BOTH: ♪ Forget the cage ♪ 752 00:40:16,114 --> 00:40:18,216 ♪ 'Cause we know how to make the key ♪ 753 00:40:18,249 --> 00:40:19,485 ♪ Oh, damn ♪ 754 00:40:19,518 --> 00:40:21,853 ♪ Suddenly we're free to fly ♪ 755 00:40:21,887 --> 00:40:24,155 ♪ We're goin' to the other side ♪ 756 00:40:24,189 --> 00:40:27,125 - ♪ So if you do like I do ♪ - ♪ To the other side ♪ 757 00:40:27,158 --> 00:40:30,428 - ♪ So if you do like me ♪ - ♪ Goin' to the other side ♪ 758 00:40:30,462 --> 00:40:31,797 ♪ 'Cause if you do ♪ 759 00:40:31,830 --> 00:40:34,432 ♪ We're goin' to the other side ♪ (laughs) 760 00:40:34,466 --> 00:40:37,503 ♪ We're goin' to the other side ♪ 761 00:40:37,536 --> 00:40:39,805 (cheers and applause) 762 00:40:56,087 --> 00:40:57,455 (applause) 763 00:40:57,489 --> 00:40:58,957 Who is that? 764 00:40:58,990 --> 00:41:03,094 Hey, hey! No one's buying hats back here. Get out front, go! 765 00:41:03,128 --> 00:41:04,730 W.D., Anne, I wanna introduce 766 00:41:04,763 --> 00:41:06,865 my newest hire, Mr. Phillip Carlyle. 767 00:41:08,600 --> 00:41:10,536 It's a pleasure to meet you. Yeah, pleasure. 768 00:41:11,837 --> 00:41:13,872 And what is your act, Mr. Carlyle? 769 00:41:14,573 --> 00:41:16,474 I don't have an act. 770 00:41:17,776 --> 00:41:19,545 Everyone's got an act. 771 00:41:25,283 --> 00:41:26,384 O'MALLEY: Mr. Barnum! 772 00:41:26,417 --> 00:41:27,786 Yeah. 773 00:41:29,020 --> 00:41:30,155 You better come see this. 774 00:41:31,690 --> 00:41:33,224 PHINEAS: Phillip, keep up! 775 00:41:37,062 --> 00:41:39,364 (indistinct shouting) A bit of a nasty element. 776 00:41:39,397 --> 00:41:40,799 There always is, isn't there? 777 00:41:41,933 --> 00:41:43,702 Nothing draws a crowd quite like a crowd. 778 00:41:43,735 --> 00:41:45,136 We don't want you in our city! 779 00:41:45,170 --> 00:41:47,072 Go home, you freaks! 780 00:41:47,906 --> 00:41:48,674 Freaks! 781 00:41:48,707 --> 00:41:50,141 PHINEAS: "Shame of the city." 782 00:41:50,175 --> 00:41:52,678 "The protests cement Mr. Barnum's reputation 783 00:41:52,711 --> 00:41:55,581 as a purveyor of the offensive and indecent." 784 00:41:55,614 --> 00:41:59,450 "Offensive and indecent." Mr. Bennett, I am blushing. 785 00:41:59,484 --> 00:42:02,353 No, I'm blushing. (giggling) 786 00:42:02,387 --> 00:42:04,055 What do you care what Bennett thinks? 787 00:42:04,089 --> 00:42:05,991 - LETTIE: He's a prig. - And a snob. 788 00:42:06,024 --> 00:42:08,159 Yeah, and all the snobs in New York read him. 789 00:42:08,193 --> 00:42:09,595 He does their thinking for them. 790 00:42:09,628 --> 00:42:12,063 Whatever happened to thriving off controversy? 791 00:42:12,097 --> 00:42:13,932 Yeah, well... Hey. 792 00:42:13,965 --> 00:42:15,810 - Do you have any thoughts on this? - HELEN: Phillip! 793 00:42:15,834 --> 00:42:18,136 You know what? As a matter of fact, I do. 794 00:42:18,169 --> 00:42:19,404 Helen, come on. 795 00:42:19,437 --> 00:42:20,706 "The Master of the Household 796 00:42:20,739 --> 00:42:22,608 "has it in command of the Queen 797 00:42:22,641 --> 00:42:24,576 "to invite Mr. Phineas T. Barnum 798 00:42:24,610 --> 00:42:25,911 "and his theatrical troupe 799 00:42:25,944 --> 00:42:29,480 to a reception at Buckingham Palace." 800 00:42:29,514 --> 00:42:32,784 The Queen Victoria? Is this real? 801 00:42:32,818 --> 00:42:34,753 I had to pull a few strings. 802 00:42:34,786 --> 00:42:37,022 If you want society to accept you, 803 00:42:37,055 --> 00:42:38,323 you may as well start... 804 00:42:38,356 --> 00:42:41,126 at the very, very top. (giggles) 805 00:42:42,127 --> 00:42:43,762 Are we all invited? 806 00:42:52,470 --> 00:42:53,881 I guess I'll just have to tell the Queen 807 00:42:53,905 --> 00:42:55,841 that either all of us go... 808 00:42:56,642 --> 00:42:58,276 or none of us will. 809 00:43:00,511 --> 00:43:03,081 (all cheering) 810 00:43:03,114 --> 00:43:06,084 The Queen of England! Can't get much better than that. 811 00:43:14,392 --> 00:43:15,632 PHILLIP: Why aren't we in tails? 812 00:43:15,661 --> 00:43:16,771 PHINEAS: We're the entertainment. 813 00:43:16,795 --> 00:43:18,964 LETTIE: Don't see you in a costume. 814 00:43:22,834 --> 00:43:25,671 Your Majesty, Mr. Phineas T. Barnum... 815 00:43:25,704 --> 00:43:30,608 and his Oddities from America! 816 00:43:32,510 --> 00:43:34,379 (indistinct murmuring) 817 00:43:34,412 --> 00:43:36,181 WOMAN: Is that real? 818 00:43:39,651 --> 00:43:41,820 (indistinct whispering, murmuring) 819 00:43:49,027 --> 00:43:53,732 Your Majesty. May I present Mr. Barnum. 820 00:43:53,765 --> 00:43:56,167 The honor is mine, Mr. Barnum. 821 00:43:56,935 --> 00:43:58,269 And I've heard all about 822 00:43:58,303 --> 00:44:01,306 your little colonel from my friends in America. 823 00:44:02,107 --> 00:44:03,809 General, ma'am. 824 00:44:03,842 --> 00:44:05,643 You're even smaller than I imagined. 825 00:44:05,677 --> 00:44:07,012 Well, you're not exactly 826 00:44:07,045 --> 00:44:09,047 reaching the top shelf yourself, sweetheart. 827 00:44:09,080 --> 00:44:10,749 (crowd gasping) 828 00:44:14,319 --> 00:44:17,055 (laughing) 829 00:44:22,193 --> 00:44:24,796 (crowd laughing) 830 00:44:31,602 --> 00:44:32,871 That went well. 831 00:44:34,773 --> 00:44:36,507 STEWARD: Your Majesty. 832 00:44:36,541 --> 00:44:37,843 PHINEAS: Phillip. 833 00:44:38,243 --> 00:44:39,945 Miss Jenny Lind. 834 00:44:43,381 --> 00:44:45,984 WOMAN: She is luminous. 835 00:44:48,019 --> 00:44:49,755 Who's that? 836 00:44:49,788 --> 00:44:51,689 PHILLIP: The opera singer? 837 00:44:52,357 --> 00:44:53,691 Singer, huh? 838 00:44:54,826 --> 00:44:57,863 She's the most famous performer in all of Europe. 839 00:44:57,896 --> 00:45:00,565 She's sold out La Scala a dozen times. 840 00:45:00,598 --> 00:45:03,134 Not to mention the French Opera. 841 00:45:07,438 --> 00:45:08,706 Ah. 842 00:45:09,540 --> 00:45:10,809 What are you doing? 843 00:45:10,842 --> 00:45:12,854 Following you, so you can introduce me to Miss Lind. 844 00:45:12,878 --> 00:45:14,846 - Introduce you? I don't know her. - Yeah. 845 00:45:14,880 --> 00:45:16,323 Everybody knows her. You just said so yourself. 846 00:45:16,347 --> 00:45:18,192 Yeah, exactly. You don't just march up to someone like this. 847 00:45:18,216 --> 00:45:19,951 Why not? We're personable. She's a person. 848 00:45:19,985 --> 00:45:21,753 (Phineas clears throat) 849 00:45:23,488 --> 00:45:24,890 Miss Lind. 850 00:45:25,590 --> 00:45:27,325 My name is Phillip Carlyle. 851 00:45:29,294 --> 00:45:32,263 And this extraordinary gentleman next to me... 852 00:45:32,297 --> 00:45:33,765 Phineas Taylor Barnum. 853 00:45:33,799 --> 00:45:34,900 The pleasure's mine. 854 00:45:34,933 --> 00:45:36,201 Of course, you are the American. 855 00:45:36,234 --> 00:45:38,970 I believe I might have heard of you. 856 00:45:39,004 --> 00:45:41,472 Oh, well, if you've heard of me all the way over here 857 00:45:41,506 --> 00:45:43,541 I must be doing something right. 858 00:45:43,574 --> 00:45:45,911 That, or something very wrong. 859 00:45:45,944 --> 00:45:48,814 Well, in the world of publicity, there's hardly a difference. 860 00:45:48,847 --> 00:45:52,050 I believe those are the words of a scoundrel, Mr. Barnum. 861 00:45:52,083 --> 00:45:54,886 A showman, Miss Lind, just a showman. 862 00:45:54,920 --> 00:45:57,155 The best on my side of the Atlantic. 863 00:45:57,188 --> 00:45:59,590 Well, if you do say so yourself. 864 00:45:59,624 --> 00:46:02,828 I do, but I don't have to. 865 00:46:02,861 --> 00:46:03,895 - Oh, no. No. - Right? 866 00:46:03,929 --> 00:46:05,897 No, he is one of the best. 867 00:46:05,931 --> 00:46:07,933 Oh, that's very kind of you. Miss Lind... 868 00:46:07,966 --> 00:46:09,100 let me get to the point. 869 00:46:09,134 --> 00:46:10,535 I'd like to bring you to New York. 870 00:46:10,568 --> 00:46:12,871 And if you agree, I'll make you the most famous singer 871 00:46:12,904 --> 00:46:15,073 not in Europe, but in the entire world. 872 00:46:15,106 --> 00:46:16,707 Mmm. 873 00:46:16,741 --> 00:46:18,910 And have you heard me sing? 874 00:46:18,944 --> 00:46:21,779 Absolutely. No. No, I haven't. 875 00:46:21,813 --> 00:46:24,582 But like mine, your reputation precedes you, 876 00:46:24,615 --> 00:46:26,517 and, well, I trust your reputation 877 00:46:26,551 --> 00:46:28,553 more than my own taste, so... 878 00:46:28,586 --> 00:46:31,256 I've never been to America. 879 00:46:31,289 --> 00:46:32,991 You will sing in the grandest theater 880 00:46:33,024 --> 00:46:35,726 with the finest orchestra in the greatest city on Earth. 881 00:46:35,760 --> 00:46:37,362 "Jenny Lind. 882 00:46:37,395 --> 00:46:38,663 "One night only." 883 00:46:38,696 --> 00:46:39,898 (laughs) Or maybe two. 884 00:46:39,931 --> 00:46:42,333 And at 20 percent of the gate, 885 00:46:42,367 --> 00:46:44,135 it'll be a queen's ransom for your efforts. 886 00:46:44,169 --> 00:46:46,504 I give most of my earnings to charity, Mr. Barnum. 887 00:46:46,537 --> 00:46:47,772 To orphans and widows. 888 00:46:47,805 --> 00:46:50,408 "Voice of a Nightingale, Heart of an Angel." 889 00:46:50,441 --> 00:46:51,442 That's brilliant. 890 00:46:51,476 --> 00:46:52,954 I mean, the press will go crazy for that story. 891 00:46:52,978 --> 00:46:54,545 That's not a story. 892 00:46:54,579 --> 00:46:56,547 May I ask you something, Mr. Barnum? 893 00:46:56,581 --> 00:46:58,016 Anything. 894 00:46:59,350 --> 00:47:00,385 Why me? 895 00:47:02,988 --> 00:47:04,222 People come to my show 896 00:47:04,255 --> 00:47:07,192 for the pleasure of being hoodwinked. 897 00:47:07,225 --> 00:47:09,594 Just once, I'd love to give them something real. 898 00:47:16,001 --> 00:47:17,535 MAN: Miss Lind. 899 00:47:29,614 --> 00:47:32,417 Everyone is here. Look at this. 900 00:47:32,450 --> 00:47:34,052 Even the Winthrops. 901 00:47:34,485 --> 00:47:36,154 Are you happy? 902 00:47:36,787 --> 00:47:38,990 I will be if this works. 903 00:47:39,024 --> 00:47:41,893 Oh, God. I hope she can sing. 904 00:47:43,794 --> 00:47:44,972 PHINEAS: What's taking her so long? 905 00:47:44,996 --> 00:47:46,697 They're still taking their seats. 906 00:47:46,731 --> 00:47:47,999 Speaking of which. Yeah? 907 00:47:48,033 --> 00:47:49,810 Tom and Lettie, the others, they've just arrived. 908 00:47:49,834 --> 00:47:51,036 What? 909 00:47:51,069 --> 00:47:53,071 Where should I put 'em? Your box? 910 00:47:53,104 --> 00:47:55,373 That box? No, no, no, that's a bit visible. 911 00:47:55,406 --> 00:47:56,507 Visible? 912 00:47:56,541 --> 00:47:58,052 The acoustics are actually better in the standing room. 913 00:47:58,076 --> 00:47:59,277 That's where they should be. 914 00:48:00,678 --> 00:48:01,846 Miss Lind's ready now. 915 00:48:01,879 --> 00:48:03,348 Okay. Thank you, thank God! 916 00:48:05,350 --> 00:48:06,952 This is so awesome. 917 00:48:06,985 --> 00:48:09,220 - Isn't it wonderful? - Yeah. 918 00:48:09,254 --> 00:48:11,156 - I love it. - Look at the curtain. 919 00:48:17,228 --> 00:48:19,364 (conductor tapping baton) 920 00:48:19,397 --> 00:48:22,067 (audience quiets) 921 00:48:24,502 --> 00:48:27,005 Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for your patience. 922 00:48:27,038 --> 00:48:28,806 MAN: He's out of his element. 923 00:48:28,839 --> 00:48:30,541 MAN #2: What is this about? 924 00:48:30,575 --> 00:48:32,110 MAN #3: Is that Barnum? 925 00:48:32,143 --> 00:48:33,511 WOMAN: This isn't the circus. 926 00:48:34,479 --> 00:48:36,281 I recently had the privilege 927 00:48:36,314 --> 00:48:40,018 of hearing the most divine voice 928 00:48:40,051 --> 00:48:41,152 I've ever heard. 929 00:48:41,186 --> 00:48:43,021 Suddenly, he's a connoisseur. 930 00:48:43,054 --> 00:48:46,324 PHINEAS: Now, I know that sounds like Barnum Humbug... 931 00:48:46,357 --> 00:48:48,459 but I have 100 bottles of good champagne on ice 932 00:48:48,493 --> 00:48:50,996 that says this isn't just another sideshow novelty. 933 00:48:51,029 --> 00:48:53,831 (audience titters) 934 00:48:53,864 --> 00:48:55,500 May I present... 935 00:48:55,533 --> 00:48:57,302 the Swedish Nightingale... 936 00:48:58,003 --> 00:48:59,637 Miss Jenny Lind. 937 00:48:59,670 --> 00:49:02,307 (applause) 938 00:49:09,480 --> 00:49:11,582 ♪ ♪ 939 00:49:24,529 --> 00:49:28,966 ♪ I'm tryin' to hold my breath ♪ 940 00:49:30,401 --> 00:49:34,405 ♪ Let it stay this way ♪ 941 00:49:34,439 --> 00:49:39,410 ♪ Can't let this moment end ♪ 942 00:49:39,444 --> 00:49:43,681 ♪ You set off a dream in me ♪ 943 00:49:45,216 --> 00:49:48,919 ♪ Gettin' louder now ♪ 944 00:49:48,953 --> 00:49:53,191 ♪ Can you hear it echoing? ♪ 945 00:49:55,193 --> 00:49:58,529 ♪ Take my hand ♪ 946 00:49:58,563 --> 00:50:02,500 ♪ Will you share this with me? ♪ 947 00:50:02,533 --> 00:50:06,737 ♪ 'Cause, darlin', without you ♪ 948 00:50:08,506 --> 00:50:12,277 ♪ All the shine of a thousand spotlights ♪ 949 00:50:12,310 --> 00:50:15,380 ♪ All the stars we steal from the night sky ♪ 950 00:50:15,413 --> 00:50:19,850 ♪ Will never be enough ♪ 951 00:50:19,884 --> 00:50:23,388 ♪ Never be enough ♪ 952 00:50:23,421 --> 00:50:26,924 ♪ Towers of gold are still too little ♪ 953 00:50:26,957 --> 00:50:30,061 ♪ These hands could hold the world ♪ 954 00:50:30,095 --> 00:50:33,664 ♪ But it'll never be enough ♪ 955 00:50:34,632 --> 00:50:39,570 ♪ Never be enough ♪ 956 00:50:39,604 --> 00:50:41,839 ♪ For me ♪ 957 00:50:41,872 --> 00:50:44,242 ♪ Never, never ♪ 958 00:50:45,243 --> 00:50:47,812 ♪ Never, never ♪ 959 00:50:48,813 --> 00:50:51,716 ♪ Never, for me ♪ 960 00:50:52,183 --> 00:50:54,319 ♪ For me ♪ 961 00:50:54,352 --> 00:50:57,355 ♪ Never enough ♪ 962 00:50:58,022 --> 00:51:01,592 ♪ Never enough ♪ 963 00:51:01,626 --> 00:51:04,895 ♪ Never enough ♪ 964 00:51:04,929 --> 00:51:06,664 ♪ For me ♪ 965 00:51:06,697 --> 00:51:08,933 ♪ For me ♪ 966 00:51:08,966 --> 00:51:12,570 ♪ For me ♪ 967 00:51:12,603 --> 00:51:16,407 ♪ All the shine of a thousand spotlights ♪ 968 00:51:16,441 --> 00:51:19,810 ♪ All the stars we steal from the night sky ♪ 969 00:51:19,844 --> 00:51:23,414 ♪ Will never be enough ♪ 970 00:51:23,448 --> 00:51:27,185 ♪ Never be enough ♪ 971 00:51:27,218 --> 00:51:30,588 ♪ Towers of gold are still too little ♪ 972 00:51:30,621 --> 00:51:33,591 ♪ These hands could hold the world ♪ 973 00:51:33,624 --> 00:51:38,095 ♪ But it'll never be enough ♪ 974 00:51:38,129 --> 00:51:42,133 ♪ Never be enough ♪ 975 00:51:45,035 --> 00:51:47,772 ♪ For me ♪ 976 00:51:47,805 --> 00:51:49,674 ♪ Never, never ♪ 977 00:51:50,941 --> 00:51:52,610 ♪ Never, never ♪ 978 00:51:54,379 --> 00:51:57,882 ♪ Never, for me ♪ 979 00:51:57,915 --> 00:51:59,917 ♪ For me ♪ 980 00:51:59,950 --> 00:52:02,019 ♪ Never enough ♪ 981 00:52:02,052 --> 00:52:03,788 ♪ Never, never ♪ 982 00:52:03,821 --> 00:52:05,723 ♪ Never enough ♪ 983 00:52:05,756 --> 00:52:07,392 ♪ Never, never ♪ 984 00:52:07,425 --> 00:52:09,427 ♪ Never enough ♪ 985 00:52:10,328 --> 00:52:14,031 ♪ For me, for me ♪ 986 00:52:14,064 --> 00:52:19,204 ♪ For me ♪ 987 00:52:23,274 --> 00:52:25,776 ♪ For me ♪ 988 00:52:31,949 --> 00:52:33,618 (laughs softly) 989 00:52:33,651 --> 00:52:36,454 (inaudible) 990 00:52:48,065 --> 00:52:49,700 (sound starts) 991 00:52:49,734 --> 00:52:50,801 MAN: Brava! 992 00:52:51,802 --> 00:52:52,770 WOMAN: Brava! 993 00:52:52,803 --> 00:52:53,838 More! 994 00:52:53,871 --> 00:52:55,240 MAN #2: Wonderful! 995 00:52:55,873 --> 00:52:57,375 Bravissima! 996 00:52:58,008 --> 00:52:59,344 More! 997 00:52:59,977 --> 00:53:00,977 Excellent! 998 00:53:03,281 --> 00:53:04,349 MAN #3: Brava! 999 00:53:06,451 --> 00:53:07,252 Encore! 1000 00:53:07,285 --> 00:53:09,987 (applause continues) 1001 00:53:10,020 --> 00:53:11,489 (pops) 1002 00:53:11,522 --> 00:53:13,362 Jenny, this is my wife, Charity, and our girls. 1003 00:53:13,391 --> 00:53:15,426 Of course, and I've heard so much about you! 1004 00:53:15,460 --> 00:53:18,263 And your father tells me you're a fan of the ballet. 1005 00:53:18,296 --> 00:53:20,030 Yes, I'm studying ballet. 1006 00:53:20,064 --> 00:53:21,599 Are you? 1007 00:53:21,632 --> 00:53:24,201 - Of course, I am. - And, of course, she is. 1008 00:53:24,235 --> 00:53:25,336 And what about you, Helen? 1009 00:53:25,370 --> 00:53:26,971 You look like a princess, ma'am. 1010 00:53:27,004 --> 00:53:28,138 (all laugh) 1011 00:53:28,172 --> 00:53:32,610 I have to admit, Barnum... she is remarkable. 1012 00:53:32,643 --> 00:53:35,346 Enough to bring joy to the most joyless critic, isn't she? 1013 00:53:35,380 --> 00:53:38,683 Mmm. And in the hands of a real purveyor of the arts, 1014 00:53:38,716 --> 00:53:42,019 she could be something in this country. (laughs) 1015 00:53:42,052 --> 00:53:44,121 Shame, she's fallen in with you. 1016 00:53:44,154 --> 00:53:46,090 You really are better on the page, Mr. Bennett, 1017 00:53:46,123 --> 00:53:47,492 hard as that is to believe. 1018 00:53:47,525 --> 00:53:48,959 - WOMAN: Mr. Barnum... - Yes. 1019 00:53:48,993 --> 00:53:50,504 - I'd love to meet Miss Lind. - And you will meet Miss Lind. 1020 00:53:50,528 --> 00:53:52,339 - Would you introduce us? - If you just give me a moment... 1021 00:53:52,363 --> 00:53:54,031 - Phineas. - Yes. 1022 00:53:54,064 --> 00:53:55,600 You've... 1023 00:53:55,633 --> 00:53:57,435 done well. 1024 00:53:59,003 --> 00:54:00,438 Thank you. 1025 00:54:03,408 --> 00:54:05,310 Allow me to introduce you. 1026 00:54:07,111 --> 00:54:09,414 Uh, excuse me, Jenny. 1027 00:54:09,447 --> 00:54:12,116 I'd like you to meet Charity's parents. 1028 00:54:12,149 --> 00:54:13,584 Mr. and Mrs. Hallett. 1029 00:54:13,618 --> 00:54:14,819 Ah, pleasure. 1030 00:54:14,852 --> 00:54:16,930 - How do you do? Very nice to meet you. - Good to meet you. 1031 00:54:16,954 --> 00:54:19,256 - Mother. - Hello, dear. 1032 00:54:19,290 --> 00:54:22,059 - (clears throat) - Are these... 1033 00:54:22,092 --> 00:54:23,794 Yes, those are your granddaughters. 1034 00:54:23,828 --> 00:54:24,962 Phineas, not here. 1035 00:54:24,995 --> 00:54:25,963 Not here? 1036 00:54:25,996 --> 00:54:27,508 You afraid I'm gonna embarrass your parents 1037 00:54:27,532 --> 00:54:29,534 in front of their fancy friends? 1038 00:54:29,567 --> 00:54:31,302 I really don't think I have that power. 1039 00:54:31,336 --> 00:54:33,604 An insignificant man like me 1040 00:54:33,638 --> 00:54:37,775 who was clearly destined to lead an insignificant life. 1041 00:54:37,808 --> 00:54:41,011 All that fortune, and still just the tailor's boy. 1042 00:54:42,046 --> 00:54:43,481 Get out. 1043 00:54:47,918 --> 00:54:50,621 Well, Phineas... 1044 00:54:50,655 --> 00:54:53,391 I believe I told you that free champagne 1045 00:54:53,424 --> 00:54:54,959 is a recipe for disaster. 1046 00:54:55,860 --> 00:54:56,994 Charity. 1047 00:54:57,027 --> 00:55:00,998 Now would everyone please raise their glasses? Charity. 1048 00:55:01,031 --> 00:55:02,333 To Mr. Barnum... 1049 00:55:02,367 --> 00:55:04,134 who has shown once and for all... 1050 00:55:04,168 --> 00:55:06,937 that a man's station is limited only 1051 00:55:06,971 --> 00:55:08,573 by his imagination. 1052 00:55:10,408 --> 00:55:12,843 - To Barnum! To Barnum! - Thank you. 1053 00:55:12,877 --> 00:55:13,877 To Mr. Barnum. 1054 00:55:17,247 --> 00:55:19,283 Thank you. 1055 00:55:19,316 --> 00:55:21,919 It's hard to understand wealth and privilege 1056 00:55:21,952 --> 00:55:23,921 when you're born into it. 1057 00:55:23,954 --> 00:55:25,723 (chuckles) 1058 00:55:25,756 --> 00:55:29,059 I sometimes don't feel like I belong here. 1059 00:55:30,194 --> 00:55:31,762 You? 1060 00:55:32,930 --> 00:55:35,566 I was born out of wedlock... 1061 00:55:35,600 --> 00:55:37,868 and that brought shame upon my family. 1062 00:55:38,736 --> 00:55:40,671 And life always manages to remind me 1063 00:55:40,705 --> 00:55:42,082 that I don't deserve a place in this world. 1064 00:55:42,106 --> 00:55:46,744 And that leaves a hole that no ovation can ever fill. 1065 00:55:48,112 --> 00:55:50,515 (boisterous laughter) 1066 00:55:52,683 --> 00:55:53,984 - Mr. Phineas! - Guys... 1067 00:55:54,018 --> 00:55:55,753 Lord, that lady can sing! 1068 00:55:55,786 --> 00:55:56,654 I know. 1069 00:55:56,687 --> 00:55:58,689 Think she likes a man in uniform? 1070 00:55:58,723 --> 00:56:00,434 I'm sure she does. Okay, what are you doing here? 1071 00:56:00,458 --> 00:56:01,992 You got a show in an hour, okay? 1072 00:56:02,026 --> 00:56:04,037 That's enough time for us to have at least three drinks, right? 1073 00:56:04,061 --> 00:56:05,195 Come on, let's go. 1074 00:56:05,229 --> 00:56:06,731 - No, no, no. Lettie! - What? 1075 00:56:06,764 --> 00:56:09,567 It's very crowded in here, okay? And I can't have you mingling... 1076 00:56:09,600 --> 00:56:10,435 Guys! 1077 00:56:10,468 --> 00:56:11,602 Who's gonna pay admission 1078 00:56:11,636 --> 00:56:13,079 if you're out there for all the world to see? 1079 00:56:13,103 --> 00:56:15,205 - Okay? Have a great show. - Wait. 1080 00:56:15,239 --> 00:56:17,174 PHINEAS: Ladies and gentlemen, a toast! 1081 00:56:17,207 --> 00:56:20,110 Jenny, America may not know it yet... 1082 00:56:20,144 --> 00:56:22,112 but they are going to love you. 1083 00:56:22,146 --> 00:56:23,914 CROWD: To Miss Lind! 1084 00:56:23,948 --> 00:56:26,016 (sobs) 1085 00:56:30,755 --> 00:56:34,091 ♪ I am not a stranger to the dark ♪ 1086 00:56:35,426 --> 00:56:37,828 ♪ Hide away, they say ♪ 1087 00:56:37,862 --> 00:56:41,098 ♪ 'Cause we don't want your broken parts ♪ 1088 00:56:41,131 --> 00:56:46,303 ♪ I've learned to be ashamed of all my scars ♪ 1089 00:56:46,336 --> 00:56:48,839 ♪ Run away, they say ♪ 1090 00:56:48,873 --> 00:56:51,776 ♪ No one'll love you as you are ♪ 1091 00:56:51,809 --> 00:56:55,112 ♪ But I won't let them break me down to dust ♪ 1092 00:56:55,145 --> 00:56:58,683 ♪ I know that there's a place for us ♪ 1093 00:56:58,716 --> 00:57:04,088 ♪ For we are glorious ♪ 1094 00:57:04,121 --> 00:57:08,859 ♪ When the sharpest words wanna cut me down ♪ 1095 00:57:08,893 --> 00:57:10,360 ♪ I'm gonna send a flood ♪ 1096 00:57:10,394 --> 00:57:13,498 ♪ Gonna drown 'em out ♪ 1097 00:57:13,531 --> 00:57:16,166 ♪ I am brave I am bruised ♪ 1098 00:57:16,200 --> 00:57:18,569 ♪ I am who I'm meant to be ♪ 1099 00:57:18,603 --> 00:57:19,770 ♪ This is me ♪ 1100 00:57:19,804 --> 00:57:23,841 ♪ Look out 'cause here I come ♪ 1101 00:57:23,874 --> 00:57:25,643 ♪ And I'm marchin' on ♪ 1102 00:57:25,676 --> 00:57:28,412 ♪ To the beat I drum ♪ 1103 00:57:28,445 --> 00:57:31,248 ♪ I'm not scared to be seen ♪ 1104 00:57:31,281 --> 00:57:33,584 ♪ I make no apologies ♪ 1105 00:57:33,618 --> 00:57:34,885 ♪ This is me ♪ 1106 00:57:34,919 --> 00:57:37,187 ♪ Oh ♪ 1107 00:57:37,221 --> 00:57:39,757 ♪ Oh ♪ 1108 00:57:39,790 --> 00:57:41,592 ♪ Oh ♪ 1109 00:57:41,626 --> 00:57:43,894 What are they doing here? 1110 00:57:43,928 --> 00:57:44,929 ♪ Oh ♪ 1111 00:57:44,962 --> 00:57:47,397 ♪ Oh, oh ♪ 1112 00:57:47,431 --> 00:57:49,466 ♪ Oh, oh ♪ 1113 00:57:49,500 --> 00:57:52,870 ♪ Another round of bullets hits my skin ♪ 1114 00:57:52,903 --> 00:57:55,005 - ♪ Ey, oh, oh ♪ - ♪ Well, fire away ♪ 1115 00:57:55,039 --> 00:57:59,476 - ♪ Oh, oh, ey, ey ♪ - ♪ 'Cause today I won't let the shame sink in ♪ 1116 00:57:59,510 --> 00:58:01,912 LETTI: ♪ We are burstin' through the barricades ♪ 1117 00:58:01,946 --> 00:58:03,914 ♪ And reachin' for the sun ♪ 1118 00:58:03,948 --> 00:58:06,551 ALL: ♪ We are warriors ♪ 1119 00:58:06,584 --> 00:58:08,452 ♪ Yeah, that's what we've become ♪ 1120 00:58:08,485 --> 00:58:09,730 ♪ Yeah, that's what we've become ♪ 1121 00:58:09,754 --> 00:58:12,557 ♪ I won't let them break me down to dust ♪ 1122 00:58:12,590 --> 00:58:14,191 ♪ I know that there's a place for us ♪ 1123 00:58:14,224 --> 00:58:15,693 Go home! 1124 00:58:15,726 --> 00:58:19,697 ♪ For we are glorious ♪ 1125 00:58:19,730 --> 00:58:22,466 ♪ When the sharpest words wanna cut me down ♪ 1126 00:58:22,499 --> 00:58:24,168 ♪ Ey, ey, ey ♪ 1127 00:58:24,201 --> 00:58:27,605 ♪ I'm gonna send a flood, gonna drown 'em out ♪ 1128 00:58:27,638 --> 00:58:28,806 ♪ Ey, ey, ey ♪ 1129 00:58:28,839 --> 00:58:31,408 ♪ I am brave I am bruised ♪ 1130 00:58:31,441 --> 00:58:33,711 ♪ I am who I'm meant to be ♪ 1131 00:58:33,744 --> 00:58:34,912 ♪ This is me ♪ 1132 00:58:34,945 --> 00:58:37,514 ♪ Look out ' cause here I come ♪ 1133 00:58:37,548 --> 00:58:39,449 ♪ Ey, ey, ey ♪ 1134 00:58:39,483 --> 00:58:40,618 ♪ And I'm marchin' on ♪ 1135 00:58:40,651 --> 00:58:43,788 ♪ To the beat I drum ♪ 1136 00:58:43,821 --> 00:58:46,156 ♪ I'm not scared to be seen ♪ 1137 00:58:46,190 --> 00:58:48,693 ♪ I make no apologies ♪ 1138 00:58:48,726 --> 00:58:49,794 ♪ This is me ♪ 1139 00:58:49,827 --> 00:58:51,495 ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ 1140 00:58:51,528 --> 00:58:52,730 ♪ Ey, ey ♪ 1141 00:58:52,763 --> 00:58:54,665 - ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ - ♪ Ey, ey ♪ 1142 00:58:54,699 --> 00:58:57,134 - ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ - ♪ Ey, ey ♪ 1143 00:58:57,167 --> 00:58:58,535 ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ 1144 00:58:58,569 --> 00:59:01,238 - ♪ Oh ♪ - ♪ Oh ♪ 1145 00:59:01,271 --> 00:59:04,041 ♪ Oh Oh, oh ♪ 1146 00:59:04,074 --> 00:59:05,075 ♪ This is me ♪ 1147 00:59:05,109 --> 00:59:06,711 - ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ - ♪ Ey, ey ♪ 1148 00:59:06,744 --> 00:59:12,149 ♪ And I know that I deserve your love ♪ 1149 00:59:12,182 --> 00:59:17,387 ♪ There's nothing I'm not worthy of ♪ 1150 00:59:17,421 --> 00:59:19,289 ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ 1151 00:59:19,323 --> 00:59:24,361 ♪ When the sharpest words wanna cut me down ♪ 1152 00:59:24,394 --> 00:59:25,630 ♪ I'm gonna send a flood ♪ 1153 00:59:25,663 --> 00:59:28,766 ♪ Gonna drown 'em out ♪ 1154 00:59:28,799 --> 00:59:31,568 ♪ This is brave This is bruised ♪ 1155 00:59:31,602 --> 00:59:33,771 ♪ This is who I'm meant to be ♪ 1156 00:59:33,804 --> 00:59:36,173 ♪ This is me ♪ 1157 00:59:36,206 --> 00:59:38,242 ♪ Look out 'cause here I come ♪ 1158 00:59:38,275 --> 00:59:40,811 ♪ Look out 'cause here I come ♪ 1159 00:59:40,845 --> 00:59:42,913 ♪ And I'm marchin' on to the beat I drum ♪ 1160 00:59:42,947 --> 00:59:45,983 - ♪ Marchin' on, marchin', marchin' on ♪ - ♪ To the beat I drum ♪ 1161 00:59:46,016 --> 00:59:49,586 ♪ I'm not scared to be seen I make no apologies ♪ 1162 00:59:49,620 --> 00:59:51,155 ♪ This is me ♪ 1163 00:59:51,188 --> 00:59:53,157 ♪ Whenever the words wanna cut me down ♪ 1164 00:59:53,190 --> 00:59:56,460 ♪ I'll send the flood to drown 'em out ♪ 1165 00:59:56,493 --> 00:59:59,630 - ♪ I'm gonna send a flood ♪ - ♪ Oh ♪ 1166 00:59:59,664 --> 01:00:03,133 - ♪ Gonna drown them out ♪ - ♪ Oh ♪ 1167 01:00:03,167 --> 01:00:05,069 ♪ Oh, oh, oh ♪ 1168 01:00:05,102 --> 01:00:07,137 ♪ This is me ♪ 1169 01:00:07,171 --> 01:00:09,273 (cheers and applause) 1170 01:00:11,441 --> 01:00:13,610 PHILLIP: Why can't you just put more shows in New York? 1171 01:00:13,644 --> 01:00:14,821 Why do you need to tour the country? 1172 01:00:14,845 --> 01:00:17,314 Why did Napoleon march on Russia? 1173 01:00:17,347 --> 01:00:18,515 Napoleon was defeated. 1174 01:00:18,548 --> 01:00:20,751 Napoleon didn't have a 60-piece orchestra. 1175 01:00:20,785 --> 01:00:22,219 A 60-piece orchestra? 1176 01:00:22,252 --> 01:00:24,722 Just get the cheapest musicians you can and watch that. 1177 01:00:24,755 --> 01:00:25,966 We'll still have to board them. 1178 01:00:25,990 --> 01:00:27,200 We'll get married ones, they can share a bunk. 1179 01:00:27,224 --> 01:00:29,326 O'Malley, that's Caroline's piggy bank. 1180 01:00:29,359 --> 01:00:32,196 - Custom sets? Fireworks? - Yeah. 1181 01:00:32,229 --> 01:00:33,630 Inside theaters? 1182 01:00:33,664 --> 01:00:34,965 That's genius. 1183 01:00:34,999 --> 01:00:36,266 No. Hey, P.T... 1184 01:00:36,300 --> 01:00:38,144 These are the most famous theaters in the country. 1185 01:00:38,168 --> 01:00:40,146 They make you buy the seats in advance just to book them. 1186 01:00:40,170 --> 01:00:41,538 Yeah. I took out a loan. 1187 01:00:41,571 --> 01:00:44,117 - And we have to pay Jenny in advance? - It was a large loan. Okay? 1188 01:00:44,141 --> 01:00:45,710 You're not gonna see a penny of profit 1189 01:00:45,743 --> 01:00:47,211 until your 40th show... 1190 01:00:47,244 --> 01:00:48,378 41st, actually. 1191 01:00:48,412 --> 01:00:49,923 You're risking everything you've built here. 1192 01:00:49,947 --> 01:00:51,248 How do you think I built it? 1193 01:00:51,281 --> 01:00:53,126 We'll have plenty of profits to go around after this. 1194 01:00:53,150 --> 01:00:54,084 - P.T.? - What? 1195 01:00:54,118 --> 01:00:56,420 Your attention has been divided long enough. 1196 01:00:56,453 --> 01:00:57,554 Our gate is down, 1197 01:00:57,587 --> 01:00:58,956 we have more protesters every day. 1198 01:00:58,989 --> 01:01:00,366 You just need to get people to come back. 1199 01:01:00,390 --> 01:01:02,426 "If you haven't been to the Barnum Museum lately, 1200 01:01:02,459 --> 01:01:03,837 you haven't been at the Barnum Museum." 1201 01:01:03,861 --> 01:01:05,830 They come to see you. 1202 01:01:05,863 --> 01:01:07,564 Your crazy ideas... 1203 01:01:07,597 --> 01:01:09,834 your new acts, the unusual. 1204 01:01:09,867 --> 01:01:12,669 Then how about you show them a smile? That'd be unusual. 1205 01:01:12,703 --> 01:01:14,047 Keep rehearsing. Just make it very clear 1206 01:01:14,071 --> 01:01:16,606 I expect them to afford you all the deference you deserve 1207 01:01:16,640 --> 01:01:19,643 and that they should be nice to you anyway. 1208 01:01:19,676 --> 01:01:21,912 LETTIE: Ain't that a sight for sore eyes? 1209 01:01:21,946 --> 01:01:23,480 He couldn't even say "hello." 1210 01:01:23,513 --> 01:01:24,614 Or "goodbye." 1211 01:01:24,648 --> 01:01:27,017 He's going on tour. Sorry, guys. 1212 01:01:27,051 --> 01:01:28,786 Oh, pull yourself together, Carlyle. 1213 01:01:28,819 --> 01:01:30,755 Don't you have somewhere to be? 1214 01:01:36,260 --> 01:01:37,527 Anne Wheeler. 1215 01:01:37,561 --> 01:01:40,297 Mr. Barnum said he left a ticket for me. 1216 01:01:43,333 --> 01:01:44,534 (clears throat) 1217 01:01:44,568 --> 01:01:45,970 I'm sorry. 1218 01:01:46,003 --> 01:01:47,805 I believe there's only supposed to be one. 1219 01:01:47,838 --> 01:01:50,240 No, there's meant to be two. 1220 01:01:55,079 --> 01:01:57,815 I wasn't sure you'd come if I asked. 1221 01:02:01,852 --> 01:02:03,453 MAN: Five minutes to curtain. 1222 01:02:06,223 --> 01:02:08,158 I've always wanted to go to the theater. 1223 01:02:14,799 --> 01:02:16,901 MR. CARLYLE: Phillip, is that you? 1224 01:02:18,068 --> 01:02:19,069 Mother. 1225 01:02:19,103 --> 01:02:23,240 Father. This is Anne Wheeler. 1226 01:02:24,041 --> 01:02:27,244 Phillip, have you no shame? 1227 01:02:27,277 --> 01:02:31,015 Associating yourself with that Barnum business is one thing... 1228 01:02:31,048 --> 01:02:33,217 but parading around with the help? 1229 01:02:36,186 --> 01:02:38,055 Anne. 1230 01:02:38,088 --> 01:02:39,423 Anne! 1231 01:02:39,456 --> 01:02:40,757 Anne! 1232 01:02:45,896 --> 01:02:48,065 How dare you speak to her like that? 1233 01:02:50,534 --> 01:02:52,569 You forget your place, Phillip. 1234 01:02:52,602 --> 01:02:54,604 My place? 1235 01:02:54,638 --> 01:02:56,640 Mother, if this is my place, 1236 01:02:56,673 --> 01:02:58,843 then I don't want any part of it. 1237 01:03:08,385 --> 01:03:10,020 Anne. 1238 01:03:13,924 --> 01:03:15,960 They're small-minded people. 1239 01:03:22,599 --> 01:03:24,034 Why do you care what they think? 1240 01:03:24,068 --> 01:03:26,236 It's not just them. 1241 01:03:27,171 --> 01:03:29,006 You've never had somebody look at you 1242 01:03:29,039 --> 01:03:30,875 the way your parents looked at me. 1243 01:03:32,709 --> 01:03:34,912 The way everyone would look at us. 1244 01:03:38,182 --> 01:03:42,052 ♪ You know I want you ♪ 1245 01:03:42,086 --> 01:03:46,423 ♪ It's not a secret I try to hide ♪ 1246 01:03:46,456 --> 01:03:49,259 ♪ I know you want me ♪ 1247 01:03:50,660 --> 01:03:54,331 ♪ So don't keep sayin' our hands are tied ♪ 1248 01:03:54,364 --> 01:03:56,867 ♪ You claim it's not in the cards ♪ 1249 01:03:56,901 --> 01:03:59,769 ♪ And fate is pulling you miles away ♪ 1250 01:03:59,803 --> 01:04:02,772 ♪ And out of reach from me ♪ 1251 01:04:02,806 --> 01:04:04,241 ♪ But you're here in my heart ♪ 1252 01:04:04,274 --> 01:04:07,544 ♪ So who can stop me if I decide ♪ 1253 01:04:07,577 --> 01:04:10,480 ♪ That you're my destiny? ♪ 1254 01:04:12,849 --> 01:04:16,686 ♪ What if we rewrite the stars? ♪ 1255 01:04:16,720 --> 01:04:20,557 ♪ Say you were made to be mine? ♪ 1256 01:04:20,590 --> 01:04:24,294 ♪ Nothing could keep us apart ♪ 1257 01:04:24,328 --> 01:04:28,432 ♪ You'd be the one I was meant to find ♪ 1258 01:04:28,465 --> 01:04:29,900 ♪ It's up to you ♪ 1259 01:04:29,934 --> 01:04:31,936 ♪ And it's up to me ♪ 1260 01:04:31,969 --> 01:04:35,739 ♪ No one can say what we get to be ♪ 1261 01:04:35,772 --> 01:04:39,709 ♪ So why don't we rewrite the stars? ♪ 1262 01:04:39,743 --> 01:04:44,014 ♪ Maybe the world could be ours ♪ 1263 01:04:44,048 --> 01:04:45,115 ♪ Tonight ♪ 1264 01:04:53,257 --> 01:04:55,192 ♪ You think it's easy? ♪ 1265 01:04:57,294 --> 01:05:00,998 ♪ You think I don't want to run to you? ♪ 1266 01:05:01,031 --> 01:05:04,634 ♪ But there are mountains ♪ 1267 01:05:04,668 --> 01:05:08,672 ♪ And there are doors that we can't walk through ♪ 1268 01:05:08,705 --> 01:05:10,807 ♪ I know you're wonderin' why ♪ 1269 01:05:10,840 --> 01:05:12,476 ♪ Because we're able to be ♪ 1270 01:05:12,509 --> 01:05:16,746 ♪ Just you and me within these walls ♪ 1271 01:05:16,780 --> 01:05:18,715 ♪ But when we go outside ♪ 1272 01:05:18,748 --> 01:05:20,284 ♪ You're gonna wake up and see ♪ 1273 01:05:20,317 --> 01:05:25,555 ♪ That it was hopeless after all ♪ 1274 01:05:28,358 --> 01:05:32,296 ♪ No one can rewrite the stars ♪ 1275 01:05:32,329 --> 01:05:36,166 ♪ How can you say you'll be mine? ♪ 1276 01:05:36,200 --> 01:05:39,803 ♪ Ev'rything keeps us apart ♪ 1277 01:05:39,836 --> 01:05:43,740 ♪ And I'm not the one you were meant to find ♪ 1278 01:05:43,773 --> 01:05:45,709 ♪ It's not up to you ♪ 1279 01:05:45,742 --> 01:05:47,311 ♪ It's not up to me ♪ 1280 01:05:47,344 --> 01:05:51,248 ♪ When everyone tells us what we can be ♪ 1281 01:05:51,281 --> 01:05:55,419 ♪ How can we rewrite the stars? ♪ 1282 01:05:55,452 --> 01:05:59,889 ♪ Say that the world can be ours ♪ 1283 01:05:59,923 --> 01:06:01,225 ♪ Tonight? ♪ 1284 01:06:01,258 --> 01:06:04,894 BOTH: ♪ All I want is to fly with you ♪ 1285 01:06:04,928 --> 01:06:08,732 ♪ All I want is to fall with you ♪ 1286 01:06:08,765 --> 01:06:12,902 ♪ So just give me all of you ♪ 1287 01:06:12,936 --> 01:06:15,072 - ♪ It feels impossible ♪ - ♪ It's not impossible ♪ 1288 01:06:15,105 --> 01:06:16,906 ♪ Is it impossible? ♪ 1289 01:06:16,940 --> 01:06:20,944 BOTH: ♪ Say that it's possible ♪ 1290 01:06:20,977 --> 01:06:24,414 ♪ How do we rewrite the stars? ♪ 1291 01:06:24,448 --> 01:06:28,118 ♪ Say you were made to be mine? ♪ 1292 01:06:28,152 --> 01:06:31,855 ♪ Nothing could keep us apart ♪ 1293 01:06:31,888 --> 01:06:36,093 ♪ 'Cause you are the one I was meant to find ♪ 1294 01:06:36,126 --> 01:06:39,396 ♪ It's up to you and it's up to me ♪ 1295 01:06:39,429 --> 01:06:43,133 ♪ No one can say what we get to be ♪ 1296 01:06:43,167 --> 01:06:47,137 ♪ Why don't we rewrite the stars? ♪ 1297 01:06:47,171 --> 01:06:52,109 ♪ Changin' the world to be ours ♪ 1298 01:07:00,184 --> 01:07:02,452 ♪ You know I want you ♪ 1299 01:07:03,987 --> 01:07:07,891 ♪ It's not a secret I try to hide ♪ 1300 01:07:07,924 --> 01:07:11,561 ♪ But I can't have you ♪ 1301 01:07:11,595 --> 01:07:17,234 ♪ We're bound to break and my hands are tied ♪ 1302 01:07:32,549 --> 01:07:35,519 First, it was buying a house on the same street as my parents. 1303 01:07:35,552 --> 01:07:36,720 Then, meeting the Queen. 1304 01:07:36,753 --> 01:07:40,257 Then bringing Jenny Lind, then my father the other night. 1305 01:07:40,290 --> 01:07:42,526 When will it ever be enough for you? 1306 01:07:44,027 --> 01:07:46,163 I'm doing this for Caroline and Helen. 1307 01:07:46,196 --> 01:07:48,232 Look around you. They have everything. 1308 01:07:48,265 --> 01:07:49,842 - You don't understand. - I do understand. 1309 01:07:49,866 --> 01:07:51,635 No, you don't understand. 1310 01:07:52,769 --> 01:07:54,471 How could you? 1311 01:07:57,006 --> 01:07:59,443 My father was treated like dirt. 1312 01:07:59,476 --> 01:08:03,980 I was treated like dirt, and my children will not be. 1313 01:08:04,013 --> 01:08:06,516 You don't need everyone to love you, Phin. 1314 01:08:08,152 --> 01:08:11,455 Just a few good people. 1315 01:08:13,557 --> 01:08:15,125 I know that. 1316 01:08:24,501 --> 01:08:25,635 Sir. 1317 01:08:28,472 --> 01:08:29,639 No, no! Daddy! 1318 01:08:30,440 --> 01:08:31,608 Daddy! 1319 01:08:32,542 --> 01:08:34,544 Daddy, no! Wait! 1320 01:08:34,578 --> 01:08:35,712 - Daddy! - Go! 1321 01:08:35,745 --> 01:08:38,815 Wait, Daddy! 1322 01:08:38,848 --> 01:08:41,818 ♪ Some people long for a life ♪ 1323 01:08:41,851 --> 01:08:44,754 ♪ That is simple and planned ♪ 1324 01:08:45,422 --> 01:08:47,657 ♪ Tied with a ribbon ♪ 1325 01:08:47,691 --> 01:08:50,594 ♪ Some people won't sail the sea ♪ 1326 01:08:50,627 --> 01:08:53,197 ♪ 'Cause they're safer on land ♪ 1327 01:08:54,364 --> 01:08:56,433 ♪ To follow what's written ♪ 1328 01:08:56,466 --> 01:09:00,003 ♪ But I'd follow you ♪ 1329 01:09:00,036 --> 01:09:04,140 ♪ To the great unknown ♪ 1330 01:09:05,442 --> 01:09:08,845 ♪ Off to a world ♪ 1331 01:09:08,878 --> 01:09:13,583 ♪ We call our own ♪ 1332 01:09:16,853 --> 01:09:18,588 ♪ Mountains and valleys ♪ 1333 01:09:18,622 --> 01:09:21,458 ♪ And all that will come in between ♪ 1334 01:09:23,227 --> 01:09:25,395 ♪ Desert and ocean ♪ 1335 01:09:25,429 --> 01:09:26,863 ♪ You pull me in ♪ 1336 01:09:26,896 --> 01:09:32,101 ♪ And together we're lost in a dream ♪ 1337 01:09:32,135 --> 01:09:34,371 ♪ Always in motion ♪ 1338 01:09:34,404 --> 01:09:37,541 ♪ So I risk it all ♪ 1339 01:09:37,574 --> 01:09:42,512 ♪ Just to be with you ♪ 1340 01:09:43,179 --> 01:09:47,050 ♪ And I risk it all ♪ 1341 01:09:47,083 --> 01:09:52,356 ♪ For this life we choose ♪ 1342 01:09:52,389 --> 01:09:53,790 ♪ Hand in my hand ♪ 1343 01:09:53,823 --> 01:09:58,495 ♪ And you promised to never let go ♪ 1344 01:09:58,528 --> 01:10:01,130 ♪ We're walkin' a tightrope ♪ 1345 01:10:01,164 --> 01:10:02,699 ♪ High in the sky ♪ 1346 01:10:02,732 --> 01:10:07,404 ♪ We can see the whole world down below ♪ 1347 01:10:07,437 --> 01:10:10,374 ♪ We're walkin' a tightrope ♪ 1348 01:10:11,275 --> 01:10:13,610 ♪ Never sure ♪ 1349 01:10:13,643 --> 01:10:19,249 ♪ Will you catch me if I should fall? ♪ 1350 01:10:20,284 --> 01:10:22,586 (inaudible) 1351 01:10:23,587 --> 01:10:25,589 (inaudible) 1352 01:10:27,023 --> 01:10:28,625 (inaudible) 1353 01:10:31,461 --> 01:10:32,562 Brava! 1354 01:10:32,596 --> 01:10:35,299 (inaudible) 1355 01:10:38,535 --> 01:10:40,737 ♪ Well, it's all an adventure ♪ 1356 01:10:40,770 --> 01:10:44,641 ♪ That comes with a breathtakin' view ♪ 1357 01:10:45,509 --> 01:10:50,046 ♪ Walkin' a tightrope ♪ 1358 01:10:50,079 --> 01:10:51,214 ♪ With you ♪ 1359 01:10:51,247 --> 01:10:56,286 ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ 1360 01:10:58,955 --> 01:11:00,290 ♪ With you ♪ 1361 01:11:00,324 --> 01:11:05,395 ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ 1362 01:11:05,429 --> 01:11:06,930 ♪ With you ♪ 1363 01:11:07,864 --> 01:11:13,269 ♪ With you ♪ 1364 01:11:19,008 --> 01:11:22,446 ♪ With you ♪ 1365 01:11:30,920 --> 01:11:33,289 ♪ With you ♪ 1366 01:11:44,167 --> 01:11:46,803 JENNY: "It is as though we have learned for the first time... 1367 01:11:46,836 --> 01:11:48,905 what singing really is." 1368 01:11:48,938 --> 01:11:53,209 "Miss Lind deserves our nation's highest esteem 1369 01:11:53,242 --> 01:11:55,345 and most lavish ovations." 1370 01:11:57,213 --> 01:11:59,816 - I mean... - The world at our feet. 1371 01:12:00,750 --> 01:12:03,086 Well, Mr. Barnum. 1372 01:12:03,119 --> 01:12:04,621 (glass clink, liquid pours) 1373 01:12:04,654 --> 01:12:07,123 This... 1374 01:12:07,156 --> 01:12:08,792 is... 1375 01:12:08,825 --> 01:12:10,660 (both laugh) 1376 01:12:11,695 --> 01:12:14,097 to making dreams come true. 1377 01:12:14,130 --> 01:12:15,999 Thank you, Jenny. 1378 01:12:27,911 --> 01:12:29,713 (quietly) It's two hours to curtain. 1379 01:12:31,415 --> 01:12:34,117 I've given you the world, haven't I? 1380 01:12:37,954 --> 01:12:40,089 I, uh, I should go. 1381 01:12:41,858 --> 01:12:43,693 I've become a distraction. I'm sorry, Jenny. 1382 01:12:43,727 --> 01:12:45,595 - No. - You should finish the tour without me. 1383 01:12:45,629 --> 01:12:46,796 What? You're leaving? 1384 01:12:46,830 --> 01:12:48,107 Well, the itinerary's well in hand. 1385 01:12:48,131 --> 01:12:49,332 So, that's it. 1386 01:12:49,365 --> 01:12:51,535 What do you mean? 1387 01:12:51,568 --> 01:12:54,370 I'm just another one of your little acts. 1388 01:12:55,038 --> 01:12:56,873 - Jenny. - I'm done. 1389 01:12:57,607 --> 01:13:00,043 Jenny. Jenny, please. 1390 01:13:00,076 --> 01:13:01,711 You have to finish the tour. 1391 01:13:02,111 --> 01:13:03,212 Must I? 1392 01:13:03,246 --> 01:13:05,114 It... it will ruin me. 1393 01:13:05,148 --> 01:13:08,552 (scoffs) When you're careless with other people, Mr. Barnum... 1394 01:13:08,585 --> 01:13:10,620 you bring ruin upon yourself. 1395 01:13:10,654 --> 01:13:12,722 I have risked everything. 1396 01:13:12,756 --> 01:13:14,424 Well, so did I. 1397 01:13:14,458 --> 01:13:16,526 And it seems we both lost. 1398 01:13:21,831 --> 01:13:25,635 ♪ All the stars we steal from the night sky ♪ 1399 01:13:25,669 --> 01:13:29,806 ♪ Will never be enough ♪ 1400 01:13:30,774 --> 01:13:34,978 (voice breaking) ♪ Never be enough ♪ 1401 01:13:35,011 --> 01:13:38,782 ♪ Towers of gold are still too little ♪ 1402 01:13:38,815 --> 01:13:42,318 ♪ These hands could hold the world ♪ 1403 01:13:42,351 --> 01:13:47,023 ♪ But it'll never be enough ♪ 1404 01:13:48,091 --> 01:13:51,628 ♪ Never be enough ♪ 1405 01:13:51,661 --> 01:13:54,063 (breathing shakily) 1406 01:14:02,238 --> 01:14:04,508 (sighs) 1407 01:14:07,143 --> 01:14:09,913 (applause) 1408 01:14:25,529 --> 01:14:27,997 (applause continues) 1409 01:14:29,465 --> 01:14:30,867 Thank you. 1410 01:14:36,205 --> 01:14:38,407 What was that? (clears throat) 1411 01:14:38,441 --> 01:14:40,677 That was goodbye. 1412 01:14:45,915 --> 01:14:47,660 PHILLIP: Hey, thank you very much for coming. 1413 01:14:47,684 --> 01:14:49,562 - Tell your friends and neighbors! - What a wonderful show! 1414 01:14:49,586 --> 01:14:51,688 Who enjoyed themselves? You? You? 1415 01:14:51,721 --> 01:14:53,690 Tell everyone how much fun you had at the circus! 1416 01:14:53,723 --> 01:14:55,592 New acts every night! 1417 01:14:55,625 --> 01:14:58,762 MAN: Hey! Ringmaster. 1418 01:15:00,429 --> 01:15:03,767 Gentlemen, gonna have to ask you to leave. 1419 01:15:03,800 --> 01:15:06,269 - This is our town, son. - (men snickering) 1420 01:15:06,302 --> 01:15:07,637 We think you should leave. 1421 01:15:07,671 --> 01:15:10,006 You and your freaks. 1422 01:15:10,039 --> 01:15:11,040 And your spooks. 1423 01:15:12,942 --> 01:15:13,943 Sir. 1424 01:15:15,344 --> 01:15:17,046 I will only ask once more. 1425 01:15:17,080 --> 01:15:18,615 Then what, boy? 1426 01:15:20,449 --> 01:15:21,751 Hey! Stop! 1427 01:15:21,785 --> 01:15:22,852 Get him! 1428 01:15:25,354 --> 01:15:28,224 Charge! 1429 01:15:28,257 --> 01:15:30,860 (indistinct yelling) 1430 01:15:38,401 --> 01:15:39,736 (grunts, glass shatters) 1431 01:15:49,178 --> 01:15:51,147 (train whistle blows) 1432 01:15:54,851 --> 01:15:56,920 - WOMAN: Could that be her? - MAN: I think so. 1433 01:15:57,553 --> 01:15:58,554 Daddy! 1434 01:15:58,588 --> 01:16:01,457 - (Phineas laughs) - Daddy! 1435 01:16:01,490 --> 01:16:03,593 - Girls, girls, girls! - Daddy! 1436 01:16:03,627 --> 01:16:06,162 Oh, you've grown so much. Stop it. 1437 01:16:08,732 --> 01:16:10,533 What made you decide to come back early? 1438 01:16:10,566 --> 01:16:12,368 I missed you. I missed you. 1439 01:16:12,401 --> 01:16:14,904 - That sounds an awful lot like Humbug. - (bell ringing) 1440 01:16:14,938 --> 01:16:15,739 Fire! 1441 01:16:15,772 --> 01:16:17,506 - Move aside! - Come on! 1442 01:16:17,540 --> 01:16:19,876 Hurry! It's coming from the circus. 1443 01:16:19,909 --> 01:16:22,478 MAN: Run! Let's go! Fire! 1444 01:16:22,511 --> 01:16:24,280 Girls, stay with me. Come. Quick, quick! 1445 01:16:31,387 --> 01:16:33,522 Everyone, stay close! 1446 01:16:33,556 --> 01:16:34,658 (screaming) 1447 01:16:38,127 --> 01:16:39,929 Phillip! Is everyone out? 1448 01:16:39,963 --> 01:16:41,765 - Is everyone okay? - Yeah. 1449 01:16:41,798 --> 01:16:42,966 The animals? The animals? 1450 01:16:42,999 --> 01:16:44,610 Yeah, we set them free. What else could we do? 1451 01:16:44,634 --> 01:16:46,002 W.D., where's Anne? 1452 01:16:46,035 --> 01:16:47,435 PHINEAS: Where's Anne? Where's Anne? 1453 01:16:48,104 --> 01:16:50,373 No, Phillip! No! 1454 01:16:50,406 --> 01:16:52,709 Hey! You can't go in there! 1455 01:16:52,742 --> 01:16:55,011 - Anne! - Phillip! 1456 01:16:56,512 --> 01:16:58,347 Keep pumping! 1457 01:16:58,381 --> 01:16:59,382 W.D.! 1458 01:16:59,415 --> 01:17:00,984 Here she is! Here she is! 1459 01:17:03,753 --> 01:17:05,021 PHINEAS: Phillip! 1460 01:17:05,054 --> 01:17:06,690 - Phillip! - Daddy! 1461 01:17:10,293 --> 01:17:11,661 - No, Daddy! - Daddy! 1462 01:17:12,428 --> 01:17:13,629 - Daddy! - (crowd screaming) 1463 01:17:15,564 --> 01:17:17,300 (building groaning) 1464 01:17:25,541 --> 01:17:27,143 Stay back! Please! 1465 01:17:28,778 --> 01:17:30,680 (girl crying) 1466 01:17:38,587 --> 01:17:39,889 Daddy! 1467 01:17:40,924 --> 01:17:42,992 - (gasps) - (crowd murmurs) 1468 01:17:47,263 --> 01:17:48,664 FIREMAN: Stretcher! 1469 01:17:49,098 --> 01:17:50,399 Stretcher! 1470 01:17:51,434 --> 01:17:52,568 He's taken a lot of smoke. 1471 01:17:52,601 --> 01:17:55,104 He's still breathing. Come on. 1472 01:17:55,138 --> 01:17:56,481 FIREMAN #2: Come on, let's get him on! 1473 01:17:56,505 --> 01:17:58,174 (coughing) 1474 01:18:00,109 --> 01:18:01,109 Up! 1475 01:18:06,315 --> 01:18:08,284 (elephant lows) 1476 01:18:33,376 --> 01:18:38,815 ♪ What if we rewrite the stars? ♪ 1477 01:18:41,785 --> 01:18:47,123 ♪ Say you were made to be mine? ♪ 1478 01:18:49,192 --> 01:18:54,130 ♪ Nothing can keep us apart ♪ 1479 01:18:59,602 --> 01:19:05,875 (shakily) ♪ You are the one I was meant to find ♪ 1480 01:19:11,147 --> 01:19:12,782 Here we go, guys! 1481 01:19:12,816 --> 01:19:15,018 Come on! Straight ahead! 1482 01:19:17,854 --> 01:19:19,989 Thomas, help me break this up. 1483 01:19:24,427 --> 01:19:26,495 (coughing) 1484 01:19:32,969 --> 01:19:35,771 If you've come to gloat, I wouldn't. 1485 01:19:39,909 --> 01:19:42,946 They caught the thugs who started the fire. 1486 01:19:42,979 --> 01:19:45,481 I thought you'd like to know. 1487 01:19:49,585 --> 01:19:51,955 (sighs, clears throat) 1488 01:19:55,624 --> 01:19:58,694 I never liked your show. 1489 01:19:58,727 --> 01:20:00,563 But I always thought the people did. 1490 01:20:01,397 --> 01:20:03,499 They did. They do. 1491 01:20:08,804 --> 01:20:10,073 (scoffs) 1492 01:20:11,574 --> 01:20:13,309 Mind you, I wouldn't call it art. 1493 01:20:14,510 --> 01:20:16,012 Of course not. 1494 01:20:16,045 --> 01:20:17,313 But... 1495 01:20:18,848 --> 01:20:22,818 putting folks of all kinds on stage with you... 1496 01:20:22,852 --> 01:20:26,755 all colors, shapes, sizes... 1497 01:20:26,789 --> 01:20:29,092 presenting them as equals... 1498 01:20:30,259 --> 01:20:33,762 Why, another critic might have even called it 1499 01:20:33,796 --> 01:20:36,132 "a celebration of humanity." 1500 01:20:37,800 --> 01:20:39,502 I would've liked that. 1501 01:20:39,535 --> 01:20:41,104 Mmm. 1502 01:20:43,907 --> 01:20:46,109 Well, I hope you'll rebuild. Hmm. 1503 01:20:47,310 --> 01:20:49,145 I mean, thank God for Jenny's tour. 1504 01:20:49,178 --> 01:20:51,147 We can borrow off the profits, we'll be fine. 1505 01:20:51,680 --> 01:20:52,681 You don't know? 1506 01:20:52,715 --> 01:20:54,217 Hmm? 1507 01:21:01,724 --> 01:21:03,326 I'm sorry. 1508 01:21:14,437 --> 01:21:15,704 Charity? 1509 01:21:15,738 --> 01:21:17,340 Oh, God, Charity. 1510 01:21:17,373 --> 01:21:18,774 I don't wanna talk to you. I am... 1511 01:21:18,807 --> 01:21:20,009 Nothing happened. 1512 01:21:20,043 --> 01:21:21,253 - This is ridiculous. - Oh, sure. Nothing happened. 1513 01:21:21,277 --> 01:21:22,821 It's on the cover of every paper in New York. 1514 01:21:22,845 --> 01:21:25,381 Because she orchestrated the photo. I'm not in love with her! 1515 01:21:25,414 --> 01:21:26,916 Of course you're not. 1516 01:21:26,950 --> 01:21:29,352 Not with her, not with me, not with anyone. 1517 01:21:29,385 --> 01:21:30,653 Just you and your show. 1518 01:21:33,056 --> 01:21:35,058 What are you doing? 1519 01:21:36,492 --> 01:21:38,327 I'm going home. 1520 01:21:38,361 --> 01:21:39,628 This is your home. 1521 01:21:43,599 --> 01:21:44,968 The bank... 1522 01:21:46,769 --> 01:21:48,371 they're evicting us. 1523 01:21:50,106 --> 01:21:52,541 Why didn't you ask me before... 1524 01:21:54,743 --> 01:21:56,980 I would've said yes. 1525 01:21:57,013 --> 01:22:00,449 I never minded the risk, but we always did it together. 1526 01:22:03,686 --> 01:22:05,354 (door slams) 1527 01:22:20,736 --> 01:22:22,205 (groans) 1528 01:22:36,752 --> 01:22:38,787 (sighs) 1529 01:22:38,821 --> 01:22:40,823 Figured you'd end up here. 1530 01:22:40,856 --> 01:22:42,591 Feeling sorry for yourself. 1531 01:22:42,625 --> 01:22:44,160 (door opens) 1532 01:22:58,974 --> 01:23:00,609 Folks, if you've come to get paid, 1533 01:23:00,643 --> 01:23:03,212 the money is gone. All of it. 1534 01:23:03,246 --> 01:23:05,114 - Nothing left to give you. - Shut up, Barnum. 1535 01:23:05,148 --> 01:23:07,083 You just don't get it. 1536 01:23:08,084 --> 01:23:11,120 Our own mothers were ashamed of us. 1537 01:23:12,221 --> 01:23:13,756 Hid us our whole lives. 1538 01:23:15,091 --> 01:23:18,161 Then you pull us out of the shadows. 1539 01:23:18,194 --> 01:23:20,163 And now you're giving up on us, too. 1540 01:23:21,497 --> 01:23:23,399 Maybe you are a fraud. 1541 01:23:23,432 --> 01:23:26,269 Maybe it was just about making a buck. 1542 01:23:28,371 --> 01:23:31,474 But you gave us a real family. 1543 01:23:31,507 --> 01:23:35,078 And the circus... that was our home. 1544 01:23:38,781 --> 01:23:40,516 We want our home back. 1545 01:23:46,322 --> 01:23:49,192 ♪ I saw the sun begin to dim ♪ 1546 01:23:49,225 --> 01:23:53,296 ♪ And felt that winter wind blow cold ♪ 1547 01:23:56,732 --> 01:23:59,368 ♪ A man learns who is there for him ♪ 1548 01:23:59,402 --> 01:24:03,339 ♪ When the glitter fades and the walls won't hold ♪ 1549 01:24:06,842 --> 01:24:09,745 ♪ 'Cause from that rubble ♪ 1550 01:24:09,778 --> 01:24:12,248 ♪ What remains ♪ 1551 01:24:12,281 --> 01:24:16,219 ♪ Can only be what's true ♪ 1552 01:24:17,353 --> 01:24:20,389 ♪ If all was lost ♪ 1553 01:24:20,423 --> 01:24:23,226 ♪ There's more I gained ♪ 1554 01:24:23,259 --> 01:24:26,429 ♪ 'Cause it led me back ♪ 1555 01:24:30,199 --> 01:24:32,235 ♪ To you ♪ 1556 01:24:51,187 --> 01:24:54,089 ♪ I drank champagne with kings and queens ♪ 1557 01:24:54,123 --> 01:24:57,360 ♪ The politicians praised my name ♪ 1558 01:25:00,129 --> 01:25:02,465 ♪ But those were someone else's dreams ♪ 1559 01:25:02,498 --> 01:25:08,871 ♪ The pitfalls of the man I became ♪ 1560 01:25:08,904 --> 01:25:11,340 ♪ For years and years ♪ 1561 01:25:11,374 --> 01:25:13,542 ♪ I chased their cheers ♪ 1562 01:25:13,576 --> 01:25:18,013 ♪ A crazy speed of always needing more ♪ 1563 01:25:18,046 --> 01:25:20,048 ♪ But when I stop ♪ 1564 01:25:20,082 --> 01:25:22,218 ♪ And see you here ♪ 1565 01:25:22,251 --> 01:25:26,722 ♪ I remember who all this was for ♪ 1566 01:25:28,023 --> 01:25:30,993 ♪ And from now on ♪ 1567 01:25:31,026 --> 01:25:35,130 ♪ These eyes will not be blinded by the lights ♪ 1568 01:25:37,132 --> 01:25:39,968 ♪ From now on ♪ 1569 01:25:40,002 --> 01:25:42,137 ♪ What's waited 'til tomorrow ♪ 1570 01:25:42,171 --> 01:25:44,139 ♪ Starts tonight ♪ 1571 01:25:44,173 --> 01:25:46,175 - ♪ It starts tonight ♪ - (cheering) 1572 01:25:46,209 --> 01:25:50,913 ♪ And let this promise in me start ♪ 1573 01:25:50,946 --> 01:25:54,817 ♪ Like an anthem in my heart ♪ 1574 01:25:54,850 --> 01:25:58,621 - ♪ From now on ♪ - (Lettie laughing) 1575 01:25:59,322 --> 01:26:02,691 ♪ From now on ♪ 1576 01:26:03,926 --> 01:26:05,228 ♪ From now on ♪ 1577 01:26:05,261 --> 01:26:07,530 GROUP: ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1578 01:26:07,563 --> 01:26:10,366 ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1579 01:26:10,399 --> 01:26:14,069 ♪ Home again ♪ 1580 01:26:14,102 --> 01:26:16,305 ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1581 01:26:16,339 --> 01:26:19,608 ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1582 01:26:19,642 --> 01:26:22,878 ♪ Home again ♪ 1583 01:26:22,911 --> 01:26:25,414 ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1584 01:26:25,448 --> 01:26:28,217 ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1585 01:26:28,251 --> 01:26:31,420 ♪ Home again ♪ 1586 01:26:31,454 --> 01:26:34,257 - ♪ From now on ♪ - ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1587 01:26:34,290 --> 01:26:37,192 ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1588 01:26:37,226 --> 01:26:40,763 ♪ Home again ♪ 1589 01:26:40,796 --> 01:26:43,165 - ♪ And we will come back home ♪ - ♪ From now on ♪ 1590 01:26:43,198 --> 01:26:46,201 - ♪ And we will come back home ♪ - ♪ From now on ♪ 1591 01:26:46,235 --> 01:26:49,638 ♪ Home again ♪ 1592 01:26:49,672 --> 01:26:52,608 - ♪ And we will come back home ♪ - ♪ From now on ♪ 1593 01:26:52,641 --> 01:26:54,185 - ♪ And we will come back home ♪ - ♪ From now on ♪ 1594 01:26:54,209 --> 01:26:56,912 - ♪ Yes! ♪ - ♪ Home again ♪ 1595 01:26:58,514 --> 01:27:00,949 - ♪ And we will come back home ♪ - ♪ From now on ♪ 1596 01:27:00,983 --> 01:27:04,052 - ♪ And we will come back home ♪ - ♪ From now on ♪ 1597 01:27:04,086 --> 01:27:06,121 ♪ Home again ♪ 1598 01:27:06,154 --> 01:27:09,057 ♪ From now on ♪ 1599 01:27:09,091 --> 01:27:13,228 ♪ These eyes will not be blinded by the lights ♪ 1600 01:27:15,230 --> 01:27:18,501 GROUP: ♪ From now on ♪ 1601 01:27:18,534 --> 01:27:22,170 ♪ What's waited til tomorrow starts tonight ♪ 1602 01:27:22,204 --> 01:27:23,672 ♪ It starts tonight ♪ 1603 01:27:23,706 --> 01:27:28,311 ♪ Let this promise in me start ♪ 1604 01:27:28,344 --> 01:27:32,748 ♪ Like an anthem in my heart ♪ 1605 01:27:32,781 --> 01:27:36,985 ♪ From now on ♪ 1606 01:27:37,019 --> 01:27:40,556 - ♪ From now on ♪ - ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1607 01:27:40,589 --> 01:27:44,092 ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1608 01:27:44,126 --> 01:27:47,530 ♪ Home again ♪ 1609 01:27:47,563 --> 01:27:49,665 ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1610 01:27:49,698 --> 01:27:53,001 ♪ And we will come back home ♪ 1611 01:27:53,035 --> 01:27:55,871 ♪ Home again ♪ 1612 01:28:07,850 --> 01:28:08,851 You're here. 1613 01:28:08,884 --> 01:28:11,787 ♪ From now on ♪ 1614 01:28:11,820 --> 01:28:14,289 ♪ From now on ♪ 1615 01:28:14,323 --> 01:28:17,926 ♪ Home again ♪ 1616 01:28:19,928 --> 01:28:22,798 ♪ From now on ♪ 1617 01:28:22,831 --> 01:28:25,334 ♪ From now on ♪ 1618 01:28:25,368 --> 01:28:27,603 ♪ Home again ♪ 1619 01:28:27,636 --> 01:28:30,473 (vocalizing) 1620 01:28:30,506 --> 01:28:33,208 ♪ From now on ♪ 1621 01:28:33,241 --> 01:28:35,978 ♪ From now on ♪ 1622 01:28:36,011 --> 01:28:39,382 ♪ Home again ♪ 1623 01:28:44,853 --> 01:28:47,556 Caroline! He's here. 1624 01:28:50,826 --> 01:28:52,361 (sighs) 1625 01:28:52,395 --> 01:28:54,397 I would like to see my wife. 1626 01:28:54,430 --> 01:28:55,731 She's not here. 1627 01:28:57,400 --> 01:28:59,334 She's at the beach! 1628 01:29:00,235 --> 01:29:01,570 (laughing) 1629 01:29:27,329 --> 01:29:30,399 I brought hardship on you and our family. 1630 01:29:31,099 --> 01:29:32,501 You warned me... 1631 01:29:33,135 --> 01:29:34,970 and I wouldn't listen. 1632 01:29:37,940 --> 01:29:39,442 I just... 1633 01:29:42,678 --> 01:29:45,113 I wanted to be more than I was. 1634 01:29:49,585 --> 01:29:54,457 I never wanted anything but the man I fell in love with. 1635 01:29:56,892 --> 01:30:01,363 (shakily) ♪ Let this promise in me start ♪ 1636 01:30:01,396 --> 01:30:05,434 ♪ Like an anthem in my heart ♪ 1637 01:30:07,202 --> 01:30:09,538 ♪ However big ♪ 1638 01:30:09,572 --> 01:30:12,407 ♪ However small ♪ 1639 01:30:13,509 --> 01:30:15,110 ♪ From now on ♪ 1640 01:30:18,514 --> 01:30:20,483 From now on. 1641 01:30:53,381 --> 01:30:54,817 Bank said no? 1642 01:30:54,850 --> 01:30:55,951 Emphatically. 1643 01:30:55,984 --> 01:30:58,521 Repeatedly. 1644 01:30:58,554 --> 01:31:00,556 I don't think there's a banker left in the country 1645 01:31:00,589 --> 01:31:04,092 I can fool into loaning me more money, so... 1646 01:31:06,461 --> 01:31:08,063 I'm really sorry to disappoint you all. 1647 01:31:08,096 --> 01:31:11,534 Don't worry, Barnum. We've gotten used to it by now. 1648 01:31:11,567 --> 01:31:13,368 (laughter) You know, Barnum... 1649 01:31:13,401 --> 01:31:15,370 when I first met you... 1650 01:31:15,403 --> 01:31:17,540 I had an inheritance, acclaim, 1651 01:31:17,573 --> 01:31:20,509 an invitation to every party in town. 1652 01:31:20,543 --> 01:31:24,046 And now, thanks to you, all that's gone. 1653 01:31:25,614 --> 01:31:26,782 All that's left is 1654 01:31:26,815 --> 01:31:31,219 friendship, love, and work that I adore. 1655 01:31:31,253 --> 01:31:32,855 (exhales deeply) 1656 01:31:33,756 --> 01:31:36,692 You brought joy into my life. 1657 01:31:36,725 --> 01:31:38,827 - LETTIE: Into all our lives. - Hear, hear. 1658 01:31:40,696 --> 01:31:43,198 If only the bank would take joy as collateral. 1659 01:31:43,231 --> 01:31:44,767 They may not... 1660 01:31:45,400 --> 01:31:46,935 but I will. 1661 01:31:48,370 --> 01:31:50,238 I own 10% of the show. 1662 01:31:51,907 --> 01:31:53,642 Knowing who I was working for... 1663 01:31:53,676 --> 01:31:56,111 I had the good sense to take my cut weekly. 1664 01:31:57,913 --> 01:32:00,048 Phillip, I can't let you gamble it on me. 1665 01:32:00,082 --> 01:32:01,717 Sure you can. 1666 01:32:01,750 --> 01:32:04,186 LETTIE: Don't turn sensible on us now. 1667 01:32:05,387 --> 01:32:06,822 Partners. 1668 01:32:08,090 --> 01:32:09,257 50-50. 1669 01:32:16,364 --> 01:32:18,433 (laughing) 1670 01:32:18,466 --> 01:32:21,036 (all laughing) 1671 01:32:21,069 --> 01:32:22,070 Partners. 1672 01:32:22,871 --> 01:32:24,239 Yeah! 1673 01:32:24,272 --> 01:32:26,041 The only thing is, 1674 01:32:26,074 --> 01:32:28,110 I don't know how we're gonna afford a building. 1675 01:32:29,544 --> 01:32:31,013 Right. 1676 01:32:34,617 --> 01:32:36,852 Building. We don't need a building. 1677 01:32:36,885 --> 01:32:39,221 Real estate in Manhattan is a terrible investment. 1678 01:32:39,254 --> 01:32:43,058 Why, I can get land down by the docks for almost nothing! 1679 01:32:43,091 --> 01:32:45,493 All we need is a tent. 1680 01:32:45,527 --> 01:32:48,997 - ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ - Come on, come on! 1681 01:32:49,665 --> 01:32:52,467 ♪ Whoa ♪ 1682 01:32:52,500 --> 01:32:53,836 ♪ Colossal we come ♪ 1683 01:32:53,869 --> 01:32:56,004 ♪ These renegades in the ring ♪ 1684 01:32:56,038 --> 01:32:57,973 ♪ Whoa ♪ 1685 01:32:58,006 --> 01:32:59,842 ♪ Where the lost get found ♪ 1686 01:32:59,875 --> 01:33:02,177 ♪ And we crown 'em the circus kings ♪ 1687 01:33:02,210 --> 01:33:03,278 ♪ Don't fight it ♪ 1688 01:33:03,311 --> 01:33:05,047 ♪ It's comin' for you, runnin' atcha ♪ 1689 01:33:05,080 --> 01:33:08,016 ♪ It's only this moment, don't care what comes after ♪ 1690 01:33:08,050 --> 01:33:11,086 ♪ It's blindin', outshinin' anything thatcha know ♪ 1691 01:33:11,119 --> 01:33:12,788 ♪ Just surrender 'cause you're comin' ♪ 1692 01:33:12,821 --> 01:33:15,023 ♪ And you wanna go ♪ 1693 01:33:15,057 --> 01:33:17,826 ♪ Where it's covered in all the colored lights ♪ 1694 01:33:17,860 --> 01:33:20,696 ♪ Where the runways are runnin' the night ♪ 1695 01:33:20,729 --> 01:33:22,330 ♪ Impossible comes true ♪ 1696 01:33:22,364 --> 01:33:23,766 ♪ Intoxicatin' you ♪ 1697 01:33:23,799 --> 01:33:26,735 ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ 1698 01:33:26,769 --> 01:33:30,038 ♪ We light it up, we won't come down ♪ 1699 01:33:30,072 --> 01:33:32,841 ♪ And the sun can't stop us now ♪ 1700 01:33:32,875 --> 01:33:34,442 ♪ Watchin' it come true ♪ 1701 01:33:34,476 --> 01:33:36,011 ALL: ♪ It's takin' over you ♪ 1702 01:33:36,044 --> 01:33:39,214 - ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ - (cheers and applause) 1703 01:33:39,247 --> 01:33:42,617 PHINEAS: ♪ It's ev'rything you ever want ♪ 1704 01:33:42,651 --> 01:33:45,320 ♪ It's ev'rything you ever need ♪ 1705 01:33:45,353 --> 01:33:48,390 ♪ And it's here right in front of you ♪ 1706 01:33:48,423 --> 01:33:51,694 ♪ This is where you wanna be ♪ 1707 01:33:51,727 --> 01:33:54,730 ♪ It's ev'rything you ever want ♪ 1708 01:33:54,763 --> 01:33:57,666 ♪ It's ev'rything you ever need ♪ 1709 01:33:57,700 --> 01:34:00,969 ♪ And it's here right in front of you ♪ 1710 01:34:01,003 --> 01:34:04,072 ♪ This is where you wanna be ♪ 1711 01:34:04,106 --> 01:34:06,408 ♪ This is where you wanna be ♪ 1712 01:34:06,441 --> 01:34:09,845 ALL: ♪ Where it's covered in all the colored lights ♪ 1713 01:34:09,878 --> 01:34:12,347 ♪ Where the runaways are runnin' the night ♪ 1714 01:34:12,380 --> 01:34:14,649 - ♪ Impossible comes true ♪ - This is for you. 1715 01:34:14,683 --> 01:34:15,984 ♪ It's takin' over you ♪ 1716 01:34:16,018 --> 01:34:19,187 ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ 1717 01:34:21,690 --> 01:34:22,791 What will you be doing? 1718 01:34:22,825 --> 01:34:24,426 Watching my girls grow up. 1719 01:34:26,261 --> 01:34:29,664 - The show must go on. - ♪ We light it up, we won't come down ♪ 1720 01:34:29,698 --> 01:34:32,400 ♪ And the sun can't stop us now ♪ 1721 01:34:32,434 --> 01:34:33,769 ♪ Watchin' it come true ♪ 1722 01:34:33,802 --> 01:34:35,804 ♪ It's takin' over you ♪ 1723 01:34:35,838 --> 01:34:38,406 PHILLIP: ♪ This is the greatest show! ♪ 1724 01:34:38,440 --> 01:34:41,409 ALL: ♪ Where it's covered in all the colored lights ♪ 1725 01:34:41,443 --> 01:34:44,312 ♪ Where the runaways are runnin' the night ♪ 1726 01:34:44,346 --> 01:34:47,449 PHILLIP AND ANNE: ♪ Impossible comes true, it's takin' over you ♪ 1727 01:34:47,482 --> 01:34:50,385 ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ 1728 01:34:50,418 --> 01:34:53,789 ALL: ♪ We light it up, we won't come down ♪ 1729 01:34:53,822 --> 01:34:56,424 ♪ And the walls can't stop us now ♪ 1730 01:34:56,458 --> 01:34:59,661 Watchin' it come true It's takin' over you 1731 01:34:59,694 --> 01:35:01,529 ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ 1732 01:35:01,563 --> 01:35:04,166 ♪ 'Cause ev'rything you want is right in front of you ♪ 1733 01:35:04,199 --> 01:35:07,335 ♪ And you see the impossible is comin' true ♪ 1734 01:35:07,369 --> 01:35:12,207 ♪ And the walls can't stop us now ♪ 1735 01:35:12,240 --> 01:35:14,777 - ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ - ♪ Yeah ♪ 1736 01:35:14,810 --> 01:35:17,813 ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ 1737 01:35:17,846 --> 01:35:20,615 ♪ Oh! Oh! ♪ 1738 01:35:20,648 --> 01:35:22,184 Daddy! 1739 01:35:22,217 --> 01:35:24,219 ♪ Oh! Oh! ♪ 1740 01:35:24,252 --> 01:35:26,564 - ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ - PHINEAS: Hey, girls! 1741 01:35:26,588 --> 01:35:29,758 - Hey! - ♪ Oh! Oh! ♪ 1742 01:35:29,792 --> 01:35:32,928 - ♪ Oh! Oh! ♪ - Make way. 1743 01:35:32,961 --> 01:35:36,098 ♪ Oh! Oh! ♪ 1744 01:35:36,131 --> 01:35:38,934 ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ 1745 01:35:38,967 --> 01:35:41,937 ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ 1746 01:35:41,970 --> 01:35:45,040 ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ 1747 01:35:45,073 --> 01:35:47,776 ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ 1748 01:35:47,810 --> 01:35:51,013 - ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ - ♪ This is the greatest show! ♪ 1749 01:35:51,046 --> 01:35:55,017 - ♪ Oh! This is the greatest show! ♪ - ♪ This is the greatest ♪ 1750 01:35:55,050 --> 01:35:58,020 ♪ This is the greatest show! ♪ 1751 01:36:00,155 --> 01:36:03,458 (applause) 1752 01:36:03,491 --> 01:36:06,161 (piano music plays) 1753 01:36:39,194 --> 01:36:42,130 (softly) ♪ It's ev'rything you ever want ♪ 1754 01:36:43,365 --> 01:36:46,401 ♪ It's ev'rything you ever need ♪ 1755 01:36:47,535 --> 01:36:51,573 ♪ And it's here right in front of you ♪ 1756 01:37:08,723 --> 01:37:13,495 ♪ Look out, cause here I come ♪ 1757 01:37:13,528 --> 01:37:18,233 ♪ And I'm marching on to the beat I drum ♪ 1758 01:37:18,266 --> 01:37:20,802 ♪ I'm not scared to be seen ♪ 1759 01:37:20,835 --> 01:37:23,371 ♪ I make no apologies ♪ 1760 01:37:23,405 --> 01:37:24,772 ♪ This is me ♪ 1761 01:37:24,806 --> 01:37:27,342 ♪ Oh, oh, oh ♪ 1762 01:37:27,375 --> 01:37:29,711 ♪ Oh, oh ♪ 1763 01:37:29,744 --> 01:37:31,746 ♪ Oh, oh, oh ♪ 1764 01:37:31,779 --> 01:37:33,581 ♪ Oh, oh ♪ 1765 01:37:33,615 --> 01:37:35,884 ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ 1766 01:37:35,918 --> 01:37:38,553 ♪ Oh, oh, oh ♪ 1767 01:37:38,586 --> 01:37:42,925 ♪ Another round of bullets hits my skin ♪ 1768 01:37:42,958 --> 01:37:45,093 ♪ Well, fire away ♪ 1769 01:37:45,127 --> 01:37:48,696 ♪ Cause today, I won't let the shame sink in ♪ 1770 01:37:48,730 --> 01:37:51,699 ♪ We are burstin' through the barricades ♪ 1771 01:37:51,733 --> 01:37:53,801 ♪ And reachin' for the sun ♪ 1772 01:37:53,835 --> 01:37:56,104 ♪ We are warriors ♪ 1773 01:37:56,138 --> 01:37:59,007 ♪ Yeah, that's what we've become ♪ 1774 01:37:59,041 --> 01:38:01,476 ♪ Won't let them break me down to dust ♪ 1775 01:38:01,509 --> 01:38:05,147 ♪ I know that there's a place for us ♪ 1776 01:38:05,180 --> 01:38:09,117 ♪ For we are glorious ♪ 1777 01:38:09,151 --> 01:38:13,321 ♪ When the sharpest words wanna cut me down ♪ 1778 01:38:13,355 --> 01:38:18,060 ♪ I'm gonna send a flood, gonna drown 'em out ♪ 1779 01:38:18,093 --> 01:38:20,828 ♪ I am brave, I am bruised ♪ 1780 01:38:20,862 --> 01:38:23,465 ♪ I am who I'm meant to be ♪ 1781 01:38:23,498 --> 01:38:24,766 ♪ This is me ♪ 1782 01:38:24,799 --> 01:38:28,503 ♪ Look out, cause here I come ♪ 1783 01:38:28,536 --> 01:38:33,108 ♪ And I'm marching on to the beat I drum ♪ 1784 01:38:33,141 --> 01:38:35,810 ♪ I'm not scared to be seen ♪ 1785 01:38:35,843 --> 01:38:38,213 ♪ I make no apologies ♪ 1786 01:38:38,246 --> 01:38:41,649 - ♪ This is me ♪ - ♪ Oh oh oh oh ♪ 1787 01:38:41,683 --> 01:38:43,986 ♪ Oh oh oh ♪ 1788 01:38:44,019 --> 01:38:47,055 ♪ Oh oh oh oh ♪ 1789 01:38:47,089 --> 01:38:48,991 ♪ Oh oh oh ♪ 1790 01:38:49,024 --> 01:38:52,027 ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ 1791 01:38:52,060 --> 01:38:54,629 ♪ Oh, oh, this is me ♪ 1792 01:38:54,662 --> 01:38:56,531 ♪ Oh, oh, oh ♪ 1793 01:38:56,564 --> 01:39:01,369 ♪ And I know that I deserve your love ♪ 1794 01:39:01,403 --> 01:39:06,908 ♪ There's nothing I'm not worthy of ♪ 1795 01:39:06,941 --> 01:39:09,011 ♪ Oh, oh ♪ 1796 01:39:09,044 --> 01:39:13,581 ♪ When the sharpest words wanna cut me down ♪ 1797 01:39:13,615 --> 01:39:18,286 ♪ I'm gonna send a flood, gonna drown 'em out ♪ 1798 01:39:18,320 --> 01:39:20,888 ♪ This is brave, this is bruised ♪ 1799 01:39:20,922 --> 01:39:23,558 ♪ This is who I'm meant to be ♪ 1800 01:39:23,591 --> 01:39:25,260 ♪ This is me ♪ 1801 01:39:25,293 --> 01:39:27,962 ♪ Look out, cause here I come ♪ 1802 01:39:27,996 --> 01:39:30,365 ♪ Look out, cause here I come ♪ 1803 01:39:30,398 --> 01:39:32,967 ♪ And I'm marching on to the beat I drum ♪ 1804 01:39:33,001 --> 01:39:35,437 ♪ Marching on, marching on ♪ 1805 01:39:35,470 --> 01:39:39,641 ♪ I'm not scared to be seen, I make no apologies ♪ 1806 01:39:39,674 --> 01:39:41,009 ♪ This is me ♪ 1807 01:39:41,043 --> 01:39:43,378 When the sharpest words wanna cut me down ♪ 1808 01:39:43,411 --> 01:39:45,947 I'm gonna send a flood to drown them out ♪ 1809 01:39:45,980 --> 01:39:48,916 ♪ I'm gonna send a flood ♪ 1810 01:39:48,950 --> 01:39:52,854 ♪ Gonna drown them out ♪ 1811 01:39:52,887 --> 01:39:56,324 ♪ Oh, oh, oh, this is me ♪ 1812 01:39:59,127 --> 01:40:01,163 ♪ You know I want you ♪ 1813 01:40:02,964 --> 01:40:06,901 ♪ It's not a secret I try to hide ♪ 1814 01:40:06,934 --> 01:40:10,438 ♪ I know you want me ♪ 1815 01:40:10,472 --> 01:40:14,409 ♪ So don't keep saying our hands are tied ♪ 1816 01:40:14,442 --> 01:40:16,611 ♪ You claim it's not in the cards ♪ 1817 01:40:16,644 --> 01:40:19,747 ♪ But fate is pulling you miles away ♪ 1818 01:40:19,781 --> 01:40:22,350 ♪ And out of reach from me ♪ 1819 01:40:22,384 --> 01:40:24,186 ♪ But you're here in my heart ♪ 1820 01:40:24,219 --> 01:40:27,289 ♪ So who can stop me if I decide ♪ 1821 01:40:27,322 --> 01:40:32,427 ♪ That you're my destiny? ♪ 1822 01:40:32,460 --> 01:40:36,398 ♪ What if we rewrite the stars ♪ 1823 01:40:36,431 --> 01:40:40,135 ♪ Say you were made to be mine ♪ 1824 01:40:40,168 --> 01:40:43,771 ♪ Nothing could keep us apart ♪ 1825 01:40:43,805 --> 01:40:47,775 ♪ You'd be the one I was meant to find ♪ 1826 01:40:47,809 --> 01:40:49,844 ♪ It's up to you ♪ 1827 01:40:49,877 --> 01:40:51,679 ♪ And it's up to me ♪ 1828 01:40:51,713 --> 01:40:55,383 ♪ No one can say what we get to be ♪ 1829 01:40:55,417 --> 01:40:59,387 ♪ So why don't we rewrite the stars ♪ 1830 01:40:59,421 --> 01:41:03,891 ♪ Maybe the world could be ours ♪ 1831 01:41:03,925 --> 01:41:05,827 ♪ Tonight ♪ 1832 01:41:12,100 --> 01:41:15,570 ♪ You think it's easy ♪ 1833 01:41:15,603 --> 01:41:19,841 ♪ You think I don't want to run to you ♪ 1834 01:41:19,874 --> 01:41:23,545 ♪ But there are mountains ♪ 1835 01:41:23,578 --> 01:41:27,482 ♪ And there are doors that we can't walk through ♪ 1836 01:41:27,515 --> 01:41:29,651 ♪ I know you're wondering why ♪ 1837 01:41:29,684 --> 01:41:33,721 ♪ Because we're able to be just you and me ♪ 1838 01:41:33,755 --> 01:41:35,490 ♪ Within these walls ♪ 1839 01:41:35,523 --> 01:41:37,259 ♪ But when we go outside ♪ 1840 01:41:37,292 --> 01:41:39,261 ♪ You're gonna wake up and see ♪ 1841 01:41:39,294 --> 01:41:45,467 ♪ That is was hopeless after all ♪ 1842 01:41:45,500 --> 01:41:49,371 ♪ No one can rewrite the stars ♪ 1843 01:41:49,404 --> 01:41:53,241 ♪ How can you say you'll be mine ♪ 1844 01:41:53,275 --> 01:41:56,744 ♪ Everything keeps us apart ♪ 1845 01:41:56,778 --> 01:42:00,848 ♪ And I'm not the one you were meant to find ♪ 1846 01:42:00,882 --> 01:42:02,784 ♪ It's not up to you ♪ 1847 01:42:02,817 --> 01:42:04,552 ♪ It's not up to me ♪ 1848 01:42:04,586 --> 01:42:08,623 ♪ When everyone tells us what we can be ♪ 1849 01:42:08,656 --> 01:42:12,327 ♪ How can we rewrite the stars ♪ 1850 01:42:12,360 --> 01:42:16,798 ♪ Say that the world can be ours ♪ 1851 01:42:16,831 --> 01:42:18,065 ♪ Tonight ♪ 1852 01:42:18,099 --> 01:42:21,569 ♪ All I want is to fly with you ♪ 1853 01:42:21,603 --> 01:42:25,573 ♪ All I want is to fall with you ♪ 1854 01:42:25,607 --> 01:42:30,077 ♪ So just give me all of you ♪ 1855 01:42:30,111 --> 01:42:32,347 - ♪ It feels impossible ♪ - ♪ It's not impossible ♪ 1856 01:42:32,380 --> 01:42:34,081 ♪ Is it impossible ♪ 1857 01:42:34,115 --> 01:42:37,519 ♪ Say that it's possible ♪ 1858 01:42:37,552 --> 01:42:41,256 ♪ How do we rewrite the stars ♪ 1859 01:42:41,289 --> 01:42:45,193 ♪ Say you were made to be mine ♪ 1860 01:42:45,227 --> 01:42:48,696 ♪ Nothing can keep us apart ♪ 1861 01:42:48,730 --> 01:42:52,934 ♪ Cause you are the one I was meant to find ♪ 1862 01:42:52,967 --> 01:42:54,769 ♪ It's up to you ♪ 1863 01:42:54,802 --> 01:42:56,504 ♪ And it's up to me ♪ 1864 01:42:56,538 --> 01:43:00,408 ♪ And no one can say what we get to be ♪ 1865 01:43:00,442 --> 01:43:04,379 ♪ Why don't we rewrite the stars ♪ 1866 01:43:04,412 --> 01:43:09,784 ♪ Changing the world to be ours ♪ 1867 01:43:17,058 --> 01:43:19,727 ♪ You know I want you ♪ 1868 01:43:21,195 --> 01:43:24,666 ♪ It's not a secret I try to hide ♪ 1869 01:43:24,699 --> 01:43:28,603 ♪ But I can't have you ♪ 1870 01:43:28,636 --> 01:43:33,007 ♪ We're bound to break and my hands are tied ♪ 1871 01:43:33,040 --> 01:43:35,877 (majestic music plays)