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Alice and Jack go to this big party organized by Frank.
Charlene asks Peter to dance. He dances like never before.
George and Peppy are both eating at the same restaurant.
John and Jane dance the tango but they both know they are after each other and that this story is not going to end well.
Bradley and Cory have their first meeting. Cory wants to know Bradley’s story.
Vivian wrestles with all the diverent forks (and snails) at the restaurant.
Mank attends an election-night celebration in 1934 in which Republican Frank Merriam defeats Upton Sinclair. Louis B. Mayer takes the stage to speech.
Don takes a swim, then lights a cigarette on his way out.
Herman Mankiewicz is leaving the building and sees the protest at the end of the street.
Christina is on a date again, but this time it’s different…
Jack Gittes tells Evelyn Mulwray he does not believe her.
John is being beaten by Sack in the alley behind the hotel.
Christina has a date.
Deborah meets Marty in his restaurant where he has some disturbing news for her.
Ally is leaving her work while singing.
Bradley runs after Alex to tell that she does not know what to do.
Harry and Helen Tasker dance the tango.
Briggs tries to act blind so he can have a room in the luxurious hotel, but Lulu has different plans.
Susie Diamond sings Makin' Whoopee from atop the piano.
Vinkler, Stantz and Spengler find slimer in the hotel's ballroom.
Sebastian Valmont attempts to seduce Annette Hargrove with a late-night swim.
William is sitting in the lobby of the hotel waiting for his advisor tot tell him where his money is.
Cory meets with New York Times writer Maggie Brenner.
At the 14th Academy Awards in 1941 Citizen Kane receives the award for best Original Screenplay. Neither Orson Welles nor Herman Mankiewicz is present.