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CHAPTER THIRTEEN

had no inquiries for them on the strength of the novel.' `None,' said Reginald, shaking his head. `It's hardly that sort of book.'
`Just so. But it may be that sort of play. Almost any successful play is pretty sure to be made into a talkie. We may have to let the manager into a share; Wilmer is sure to ask for it; but as between ourselves, we divide all the profits from film-sales equally. Does that meet your views?'
`Quite,' said Reginald again.
So a formal fifty-fifty agreement was sent to him to sign. And as soon as it was signed, there was a paragraph in the papers to say that Mr. Filby Nixon was dramatizing Mr. Reginald Wellard's well-known novel Bindweed. And a fortnight later there were paragraphs to say that, as already mentioned, Mr. Nixon was writing a new play for Mr. Wilmer Cassells, the theme being taken from the novel, Bindweed. And just when Our Theatrical Correspondent was announcing that the new Nixon play Bindweed was likely to be one of the events of the season, Reginald met Coral Bell again.

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