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"We can't make it, sir. It's spoiling for a hurricane, if you ask me."
Commander Mitty- "I'm not asking you Lieutenant Berg. Throw on the power lights. Rev her up to 8,500."
"Quiet man. Give me a fountain pen! This will hold for ten minutes. Get on with the operation.
"The new anaesthetizer is giving way."
"This is my Wembley-Vickers 50.80."
"Have you ever seen this before?"
In this scene, Walter Mitty is daydreaming about being a hydroplane commander. One of the other crew members tells the commander that he thinks the plane is about to crash. The tone of this story is happy because Mitty, throughout this entire story, is always able to make himself happy through his daydreams. Mitty thought that he was a commander and had so much confidence in himself .
Mitty daydreams of himself being a doctor who is taking care of a millionaire banker named, Wellington McMillan. Once again, he finds a way to make himself happy. He thinks of himself as a great doctor who ends up fixing the new machine that is faulty.
In this scene, Mitty is daydreaming of being in a court room where he is being prosecuted by the judge for shooting someone. In the end, he admits to doing it and sort of calls of the judge and ends up with a girl in his arms.
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