The savvy forger with Pappy empties to fill might get his hands on some Old Weller and present it as its more illustrious cousin.
“I remember distinctly his response when I visited him and presented him with the files,” Weller told The Daily Beast.
“I was blown back in my chair,” a female producer tells Weller.
He beckoned to Mr. Weller and said, in a stern voice, "Take his skates off!"
However, as Mr. Weller says: “It wos to be, and—it wos,” or we should have had no story and no laugh.
Deduce from a remark of Mr. Weller, junior, the price per mile of cabs at the period.
He beckoned to Mr. Weller and said in a stern voice: Take the skates off.
“I hope it may do you good, Samuel,” said Mrs. Weller, solemnly.
He beckoned to Mr. Weller and said in a stern voice, "Take his skates off."
Some of us are old enough to remember the confusion between initial v and w which prompted the judge's question to Mr. Weller.
Weller Wel·ler (wěl'ər), Thomas Huckle. Born 1915.
American microbiologist. He shared a 1954 Nobel Prize for work on the cultivation of the polio virus.