She picks presents randomly and passed it to Margot; she tears open the package. It was an erased crossword book.
You have never lost your temper.You never will, I fear, You are so good. But if you should, Put all your crosswords here.
A new crossword puzzle book! It’s wonderful, Anne. Thank you. You’d never know it wasn’t new.
Mrs. Van was stutters as she took her present, it was a bottle of shampoo. Ann presented Mr. Van with a present, she exaggerated a little and as she waits for him to open it then she yelled.
It’s hair shampoo. I took all the odds and ends of soap and mixed them with the last of my toilet water.
Yours, Mr. Van Daan, is really something . . . something you want more than anything. Look! Cigarettes!
Anne hands Mrs. Frank a piece of paper. She recites the letter, Mrs. Frank was touched. Anne hurries back to the satchel and pulls out a scarf, and offering it to her father. He put it on.
Anne. It’s a muffler... I made it myself out of odds and ends ... I knitted it in the dark each night, after I’d gone to bed.
For Mother, Hanukkah greeting.
This is the most precious gift I’ve ever had!
It’s fine. It fits me perfectly. Thank you, Annele.
“Here’s an I.O.U. that I promise to pay. Ten hours of doing whatever you say. Signed, Anne Frank.”
Ann handed Peter the gift, He holds it gingerly in his hands. He loved the safety razor.
It’s a safety razor!
Think you’re funny, don’t you.
This is yours . . . from Mrs. Quack Quack. Well . . . open it . . . Aren’t you going to open it?
Anne brings a gift to Dussel. He opens the small box and was puzzled as to what these are. It was earplugs.
They’re ear-plug! To put in your ears so you won’t hear me when I thrash around at night. I saw them advertised in a magazine. They’re not real ones . . . I made them out of cotton and candle wax. Try them . . . See if they don’t work . . . see if you can hear me talk . . .
Good God! They’ve gone inside! I can’t get them out! (jumps around) Thank you, Anne! Thank you!
Wait now until I get them in . . . so.
Everyone rejoices and complimented Anne as she started singing to commend the moment.
Wasn’t it cute of her?
A real Hanukkah!
“Oh, Hanukkah! Oh, Hanukkah! The sweet celebration.”