Final Lines?


What does the clapper loader say right at the end? The version I have just watched (an ancient VHS) doesn't have subtitles for his final words. The narrator, Fellini, says something along about (I paraphrasing really badly here) remembering the words of an old producer: "He said 'Give me a ray of sunshine to end on.' Why not?" Then the clapper loader walks on, announces the slate and I'm pretty sure his final words are "Take one/slate one..." but what is the name of the production that comes just before them?

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"Look! - it's the Invisible Man!"

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To answer my own post: according to a couple of Italian Friends who just watched the end with me it's something along the lines of, "'The Boredom of Tea': Take one!"
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"Look! - it's the Invisible Man!"

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To answer my own post: according to a couple of Italian Friends who just watched the end with me it's something along the lines of, "'The Boredom of Tea': Take one!"
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"Look! - it's the Invisible Man!"

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