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[Pounding]

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[Men Shouting]

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[Men Singing Somber Folk Music]

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Men: Huhh!

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Huhh!

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Huhh!

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Get a break, boss?

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No break...

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Huhh!

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Huhh!

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Guard: Pick up that
hammer there, boy.

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Prisoner:
Yes, sir, boss.

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Huhh!

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Guard: Come on,
get it! Go!
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Huhh!

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[Man Vocalizing]

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Huhh!

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Huhh!

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[Whimsical Folk Music Playing]

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[Dogs Barking]

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[Train Running]

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[Train Horn Blows]

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Everett:
Say...

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any of you boys smithies?

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Or if not smithies per se...

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were you otherwise trained
in the metallurgic arts...

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- Aah!
- before straitened circumstances...

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forced you into a life
of aimless wanderin'?
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[Train Horn Blows]

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Jesus! Can't I count
on you people?

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Sorry, Everett.

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Well, all right.

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If we take off
through that bayou...

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Pete: Wait a minute.

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Who elected you leader
of this outfit?

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Well, Pete, I figured
it should be the one...

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with the capacity
for abstract thought.

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But if that ain't
the consensus view...

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then hell,
let's put it to a vote.

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Suits me!

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I'm votin'
for yours truly.

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Well, I'm votin'
for yours truly, too.

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Okay. I'm with you fellas.

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[Dogs Barking In Distance]

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[Squeaking]

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[Squeaking Continues]

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Mind if we join you,
old-timer?

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Join me, m' son.

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Join me.

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Delmar: You work for
the railroad, grandpa?

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I work for no man.

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Got a name, do you?

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I have no name.

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Well, that right there
may be the reason...

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you've had difficulty
finding gainful employment.

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You see, in the mart
of competitive commerce...

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You seek
a great fortune...

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you three
who are now in chains.

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You will find a fortune...

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though it will not be
the fortune you seek.

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But first...

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Old Man:
First you must travel...

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a long
and difficult road...

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a road fraught
with peril. Mm-hmm.

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You shall see thangs...

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wonderful to tell.

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You shall see
a... a cow...
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on the roof
of a cotton house. Ha.

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Old Man: And, oh,
so many startlements.

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I cannot tell you how long
this road shall be...

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but fear not the obstacles
in your path...

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for fate has...

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vouchsafed your reward.

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Though the road may wind...

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yea, your hearts
grow weary...

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still shall ye follow them...

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even unto your salvation.

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Everett: No, the treasure's
still there, boys, believe me.

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Delmar: But how'd he know
about the treasure?

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I don't know, Delmar.
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The blind are reputed
to possess sensitivities...

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compensating for
their lack of sight...

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even to the point of
developing paranormal...

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psychic powers.

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Now, clearly,
seeing in the future...

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would fall neatly
into that category.

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It's not
so surprising, then...

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that an organism deprived
of its earthly vision...

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He said we
wouldn't get it.

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He said we wouldn't get
the treasure we seek...

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on account
of our obstacles.

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What the hell
does he know?
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He's an ignorant old man.

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Jesus, Pete. I told you
I buried it myself.

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If your cousin still has
this here horse farm...

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and a forge and some
shoein' impedimenta...

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to restore liberty
of movement...

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[Gunshot]

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Hold it right there!

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[Gasps]

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You men from the bank?

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Pete: You Wash's boy?

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Yes, sir.
Daddy told me...

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I'm to shoot who's
ever from the bank.

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Delmar: Well, we ain't
from the bank, young feller.
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Yes, sir.
I'm also supposed...

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to shoot folks
servin' papers.

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We ain't got
no papers, neither.

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I nicked the census man.

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Delmar:
Now, there's a good boy.

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Is-ls your daddy about?

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[Chains Rattling]

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Hello, Pete.

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Who are your friends?

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Pleased to make
your acquaintance...

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Mr. Hogwallop.

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My name's Ulysses
Everett McGill and...

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And I'm Delmar O'Donnel.
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How you been, Wash?

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Been what, 12, 13 years?

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[Sighs]

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Yeah.
[Sniffs]

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I expect you want
them chains knocked off.

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Wash: They foreclosed
on Cousin Vester.

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He hanged hisself
a year come May.

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Pete:
And Uncle Ratliff?

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Wash: The anthrax
took most of his cows.

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The rest don't milk.

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He lost a boy to mumps.

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Where's Cora,
Cousin Wash?

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Couldn't say.
[Sniffs]
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[Wind Whistling]

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Mrs. Hogwallop up
and R-U-N-N-O-F-T.

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She must have been
lookin' for answers.

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Possibly.

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Good riddance,
as far as I'm concerned.

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[Sniffs] I do miss
her cooking, though.

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This stew's awful good.

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Wash: You think so?

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I slaughtered this horse
last Tuesday.

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Wash: I'm afraid
she's startin' to turn.

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[Upbeat Folk Music
Playing Over Radio]

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Pappy:
Well, that winds up tonight's...

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Pass the Biscuits
Pappy O'Daniel Flour Hour.

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This is Pappy O'Daniel...

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hopin' you folks been enjoyin'
that good old-timey music.

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And remember...

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when you're fixin'
to fry up some flapjacks...

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or bake a mess of biscuits...

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use cool, clear water...

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and good, pure
Pappy O'Daniel flour.

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Well, guess I'll be
turnin' in.

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Say, uh, Cousin Wash...

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I suppose it'd be the,
uh, acme of foolishness...

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to inquire if you had
a hair net.

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We got a bunch
in yon bureau.

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Mrs. Hogwallop's,
as a matter of fact.

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[Sniffs]
Help yourself.

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I won't be needing 'em.

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[Upbeat Folk Music Playing]

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- Man: All right, boys!
- [Dog Barking]

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Unh. How's my hair?

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Lawman:
It's the authorities!

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We got you surrounded.

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Damn, we're in
a tight spot.

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Just come on out
and grabbin' air!

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And don't try nothin' fancy.

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Your situation
is pretty nigh hopeless.

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Damn! We're in
a tight spot!
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What in the Sam Hill?

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Pete's cousin turned us
in for the bounty.

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What the hell
are you saying?

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Wash is kin!

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Wash: Sorry, Pete!

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I know we're kin, but they
got this depression on.

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I got to do
for me and mine.

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I'm gonna kill you...

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Pete:
Judas lscariot Hogwallop!

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- You miserable, horse-eatin' son of a...
- [Machine Gun Fire]

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Damn! We're in
a tight spot!

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Damn his eyes!

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Pa always said,
"Never trust a Hogwallop."
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Come and get us,
coppers!

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[Pete Groans]

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Lawman: You boys is
leavin' us no choice...

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but to smoke you out.

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Everett: Damn!
We're in a tight spot.

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Light her up!

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Everett: Hold up, boys!

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Ain't you ever heard
of negotiatin'?

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Bet we could talk
this thing out.

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I hate fire!

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Pete: You lousy, low-down,
yellow-bellied goat...

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Everett: Pete, we got to
speak with one voice here.

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Careful with that fire, now,
boys!

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[Gunfire]

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Lawman:
Light the loft, son.

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Aah!

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Everett: I hate fire!

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Gapped-toothed, carpetbaggin',
motherless spawn of hell!

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Man: Step back.
Damn it. Look out.

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Holy St. Christopher!

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Get away from
that vehicle, chaps!

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She's liquid fire!

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[Popping]

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[Gunfire]

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Take cover, boys!
That ain't popcorn!

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[Gunfire]
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[Horn Honking]

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Man: Let's get the hell
out of here!

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[Honking]

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Scatter, boys!

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Man: Goddamn it!

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Get in, boys!

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I'm gonna R-U-N-N-O-F-T!

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[Delmar Screaming,
Pig Squealing]

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Come on, boys, come on!
Come on!

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What are you doing here?

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Pete: You ought to be
in bed, clump snatcher.

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You ain't the boss of me!

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[All Screaming]

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You candy-butted,
car-thievin' so-and-so's!

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I curse your name!

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Go back home
and mind your pa!

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[Pig Squeals]

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What's the damn problem?

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I can get the part
from Bristol.

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It'll take 2 weeks.
Here's your pomade.

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Everett: Two weeks?

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That don't do me
no good.

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Nearest Ford auto man's
Bristol.

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Hold on, now. I don't
want this pomade.

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I want Dapper Dan.

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I don't carry Dapper Dan.
I carry Fop.

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Well, I don't want Fop,
goddamn it!

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I'm a Dapper Dan man!

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Watch your language,
young fella.

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This is a public market.

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00:15:32,723 --> 00:15:34,849
Now, if you want Dapper Dan,
I can order it for you.

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Have it in
a couple of weeks.

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Well, ain't this place
a geographical oddity.

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2 weeks from everywhere.

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00:15:41,106 --> 00:15:43,107
Forget it.

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Just a dozen hair nets.

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Well, didn't look
like a one-horse town...

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but try finding
a decent hair jelly.

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Delmar:
Gopher, Everett?

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And no transmission belt
for 2 weeks neither.

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Huh? They dam that river
on the 21st.

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00:16:00,459 --> 00:16:01,542
Today is the 17th.

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Don't I know it.

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00:16:02,753 --> 00:16:05,421
We got but 4 days
to get to that treasure.

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After that, it'll be
at the bottom of a lake.

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We ain't gonna make it walkin'.

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00:16:10,761 --> 00:16:11,719
Everett:
That's right.

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Gopher, Everett?

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But the old tactician
has got a plan.

258
00:16:16,100 --> 00:16:17,100
For the transportation, that is.

259
00:16:17,267 --> 00:16:19,560
I don't know how I'm gonna
keep my coiffure in order.

260
00:16:19,728 --> 00:16:22,897
How's this a plan?
How we gonna get a car?
261
00:16:23,065 --> 00:16:25,608
Sell that. I figure
you can only have...

262
00:16:25,776 --> 00:16:27,610
painful association for Wash.

263
00:16:27,778 --> 00:16:32,365
"To Washington Bartholomew
Hogwallop."

264
00:16:32,533 --> 00:16:34,075
From his lovin' Cora.

265
00:16:34,243 --> 00:16:38,913
"Amor Fidel...is."

266
00:16:39,081 --> 00:16:40,289
Everett:
It was in his bureau.

267
00:16:40,457 --> 00:16:41,916
I reckon it'll
fetch us enough cash...

268
00:16:42,084 --> 00:16:43,209
for a good used
auto voiture...

269
00:16:43,377 --> 00:16:45,253
and a little leftover
besides.

270
00:16:45,421 --> 00:16:47,964
Whoo! You got some
light fingers, Everett.

271
00:16:48,132 --> 00:16:49,007
Gopher?

272
00:16:49,174 --> 00:16:51,968
You miserable little snake.

273
00:16:52,136 --> 00:16:53,970
You stole from my kin!
274
00:16:54,138 --> 00:16:56,764
Who was fixin'
to betray us.

275
00:16:56,932 --> 00:16:59,017
You didn't know that
at the time.

276
00:16:59,184 --> 00:17:01,269
So I borrowed it
till I did know.

277
00:17:01,437 --> 00:17:03,479
That don't make no sense!

278
00:17:03,647 --> 00:17:05,148
Pete, it's a fool
who looks for logic...

279
00:17:05,315 --> 00:17:06,733
in the chambers
of the human heart.

280
00:17:06,900 --> 00:17:07,817
[Angelic Singing]

281
00:17:07,985 --> 00:17:09,610
What the hell
is that singing?

282
00:17:12,573 --> 00:17:17,285
Appears to be some kind
of a... congregation.

283
00:17:18,620 --> 00:17:20,413
Care for some gopher?

284
00:17:23,959 --> 00:17:26,377
No, thank you, Delmar.

285
00:17:26,545 --> 00:17:29,047
A third of a gopher would
only arouse my appetite...

286
00:17:29,214 --> 00:17:31,591
without beddin' her
back down.

287
00:17:31,759 --> 00:17:34,177
Oh, you can have
the whole thing.

288
00:17:34,344 --> 00:17:36,262
Me and Pete
already had one.

289
00:17:37,389 --> 00:17:44,020
We ran across
a whole gopher village.

290
00:17:49,234 --> 00:17:52,236
[Group Singing Harmonic Gospel Music]

291
00:19:02,975 --> 00:19:06,435
Well, I guess hard times
flush the chumps.

292
00:19:06,603 --> 00:19:08,563
Everybody's lookin'
for answers.

293
00:19:08,730 --> 00:19:12,275
[Singing Continues]

294
00:19:12,442 --> 00:19:14,110
Where the hell's
he going?

295
00:19:14,278 --> 00:19:18,322
The Father, the Son,
and the Holy Ghost.

296
00:19:27,332 --> 00:19:29,750
Well, I'll be
a son of a bitch.

297
00:19:29,918 --> 00:19:31,961
Delmar's been saved.

298
00:19:32,129 --> 00:19:35,173
Well, that's it, boys.
I been redeemed.
299
00:19:35,340 --> 00:19:37,091
The preacher done
washed away...

300
00:19:37,259 --> 00:19:39,844
all my sins
and transgressions.

301
00:19:40,012 --> 00:19:42,513
It's the straight and narrow
from here on out.

302
00:19:42,681 --> 00:19:45,474
And heaven everlasting's
my reward.

303
00:19:45,642 --> 00:19:46,976
Delmar, what are
you talkin' about?

304
00:19:47,144 --> 00:19:48,519
We got bigger fish to fry.

305
00:19:48,687 --> 00:19:52,148
The preacher said
all my sins is washed away...

306
00:19:52,316 --> 00:19:55,443
including that Piggly Wiggly
I knocked over in Yazoo.

307
00:19:55,611 --> 00:19:57,653
I thought you said you was
innocent of those charges.

308
00:19:57,821 --> 00:20:00,156
Well, I was lyin'.

309
00:20:00,324 --> 00:20:01,657
And the preacher said...

310
00:20:01,825 --> 00:20:04,160
that that sin's
been washed away, too.

311
00:20:04,328 --> 00:20:07,788
Neither God, nor man's
got nothin' on me now.

312
00:20:07,956 --> 00:20:11,292
Come on in, boys.
The water is fine.

313
00:20:18,759 --> 00:20:20,301
Man:
Come on, boy. There, boy.

314
00:20:20,469 --> 00:20:21,677
Good doggy.

315
00:20:21,845 --> 00:20:24,013
[Dog Sniffing]

316
00:20:24,181 --> 00:20:26,015
All right, boys,
we got the scent.

317
00:20:26,183 --> 00:20:28,059
[Man Mutters]

318
00:20:30,020 --> 00:20:32,021
The preacher said
it absolved us.

319
00:20:32,189 --> 00:20:34,398
For him,
not for the law.

320
00:20:34,566 --> 00:20:35,524
I'm surprised
at you, Pete.

321
00:20:35,692 --> 00:20:37,401
I gave you credit for
more brains than Delmar.

322
00:20:37,569 --> 00:20:39,987
But there was witnesses
seen us redeemed.

323
00:20:40,155 --> 00:20:41,697
That's not the issue, Delmar.
324
00:20:41,865 --> 00:20:43,366
Even if it did put you
square with the Lord...

325
00:20:43,533 --> 00:20:45,201
the state of Mississippi's
a little more hard-nosed.

326
00:20:45,369 --> 00:20:47,286
You should have
joined us, Everett.

327
00:20:47,454 --> 00:20:48,871
It couldn't have
hurt none.

328
00:20:49,039 --> 00:20:50,331
Hell, at least
it would have washed away...

329
00:20:50,499 --> 00:20:52,541
the stink of that pomade.

330
00:20:52,709 --> 00:20:54,252
Joining you two
ignorant fools...

331
00:20:54,419 --> 00:20:55,378
in a ridiculous
superstition...

332
00:20:55,545 --> 00:20:56,420
Thank you, anyway.

333
00:20:56,588 --> 00:20:58,297
And I like the smell
of my hair treatment.

334
00:20:58,465 --> 00:21:00,341
The pleasin' odor's
half the point.

335
00:21:02,219 --> 00:21:04,136
Baptism!

336
00:21:04,304 --> 00:21:06,639
You two are just dumber
than a bag of hammers.

337
00:21:06,807 --> 00:21:08,683
Well, I guess you're
just my cross to bear.

338
00:21:08,850 --> 00:21:10,059
Pull over, Everett.

339
00:21:10,227 --> 00:21:12,228
Delmar: Let's give
that colored boy a lift.

340
00:21:19,027 --> 00:21:22,238
You folks going past
Tishomingo?

341
00:21:22,406 --> 00:21:23,823
Sure, hop in.

342
00:21:32,291 --> 00:21:35,126
How you doin', son?
Name's Everett.

343
00:21:35,294 --> 00:21:36,711
These two soggy
sons of bitches...

344
00:21:36,878 --> 00:21:38,379
are Pete and Delmar.

345
00:21:38,547 --> 00:21:40,381
Everett: Keep your fingers
away from Pete's mouth.

346
00:21:40,549 --> 00:21:41,924
He ain't had nothing
to eat for 13 years...

347
00:21:42,092 --> 00:21:44,927
except prison food, gopher,
and a little greasy horse.

348
00:21:45,095 --> 00:21:46,762
Thanks for the lift, sir.
349
00:21:46,930 --> 00:21:49,140
My name's Tommy.
Tommy Johnson.

350
00:21:49,308 --> 00:21:51,267
How you doin', Tommy?

351
00:21:51,435 --> 00:21:54,603
Say, I haven't seen a house
out here for miles.

352
00:21:54,771 --> 00:21:57,315
What are you doin' out
in the middle of nowhere?

353
00:21:57,482 --> 00:22:00,276
Well, I had to be at that there
crossroads last midnight.

354
00:22:00,444 --> 00:22:01,819
Sell my soul
to the devil.

355
00:22:01,987 --> 00:22:03,487
Everett: Well,
ain't it a small world?

356
00:22:03,655 --> 00:22:05,114
Spiritually speakin'.

357
00:22:05,282 --> 00:22:07,783
Pete and Delmar just
been baptized and saved.

358
00:22:07,951 --> 00:22:09,994
I guess I'm the only one
that remains unaffiliated.

359
00:22:10,162 --> 00:22:11,954
Delmar: This ain't
no laughin' matter, Everett.

360
00:22:12,122 --> 00:22:13,956
What'd the devil give you
for your soul, Tommy?

361
00:22:14,124 --> 00:22:17,335
Well, he taught me to play
this here guitar real good.

362
00:22:17,502 --> 00:22:18,711
Oh, son...

363
00:22:18,879 --> 00:22:22,256
for that you traded
your everlasting soul?

364
00:22:22,424 --> 00:22:23,841
Well, I wasn't usin' it.

365
00:22:24,009 --> 00:22:28,262
I've always wondered,
what's the devil look like?

366
00:22:28,430 --> 00:22:29,972
Well, of course,
there are all manner...

367
00:22:30,140 --> 00:22:32,016
of lesser imps
and demons, Pete...

368
00:22:32,184 --> 00:22:33,476
but the great Satan hisself...

369
00:22:33,643 --> 00:22:35,770
is red and scaly
with a bifurcated tail...

370
00:22:35,937 --> 00:22:36,979
and he carries
a hay fork.

371
00:22:37,147 --> 00:22:39,648
Tommy:
Oh, no. No, sir.

372
00:22:39,816 --> 00:22:43,319
He's white.
As white as you folks.

373
00:22:43,487 --> 00:22:46,447
With empty eyes
and a big, hollow voice.

374
00:22:46,615 --> 00:22:49,325
He loved to travel around
with a mean old hound.

375
00:22:49,493 --> 00:22:50,326
That's right.

376
00:22:50,494 --> 00:22:52,536
And he told you
to go to Tishomingo?

377
00:22:52,704 --> 00:22:55,664
Well, no, sir.
Why, that was my idea.

378
00:22:55,832 --> 00:22:57,541
I heard there's
a man down there.

379
00:22:57,709 --> 00:23:00,336
He pays folks money
to sing into his can.

380
00:23:00,504 --> 00:23:02,213
Tommy: They say
he pays extra...

381
00:23:02,381 --> 00:23:04,423
if'n you play real good.

382
00:23:04,591 --> 00:23:06,509
Tishomingo, huh?

383
00:23:06,676 --> 00:23:08,469
How much he pay?

384
00:23:24,694 --> 00:23:27,780
All right, boys,
follow my lead.

385
00:23:33,495 --> 00:23:34,745
Hello?

386
00:23:36,123 --> 00:23:38,165
Everett:
Who's the honcho around here?

387
00:23:38,333 --> 00:23:41,001
I am. Who are you?

388
00:23:41,169 --> 00:23:42,962
Everett: Well, sir,
I'm Jordan Rivers...

389
00:23:43,130 --> 00:23:45,965
and these here are
the Soggy Bottom Boys...

390
00:23:46,133 --> 00:23:47,550
out of Cottonelia,
Mississippi.

391
00:23:47,717 --> 00:23:50,052
Songs of salvation
to salve the soul.

392
00:23:50,220 --> 00:23:52,888
Uh, we hear that
you pay good money...

393
00:23:53,056 --> 00:23:54,390
to sing into a can.

394
00:23:54,558 --> 00:23:55,724
Well, that all depends.

395
00:23:55,892 --> 00:23:57,893
You boys do Negro songs?

396
00:23:58,061 --> 00:24:03,023
Um...well, uh, sir,
we are Negroes.

397
00:24:03,191 --> 00:24:04,859
All except for
our accomp... our accomp...

398
00:24:05,026 --> 00:24:07,278
Uh, the fella
that plays the guitar.
399
00:24:07,446 --> 00:24:09,738
Yeah, well, I don't
record Negro songs.

400
00:24:09,906 --> 00:24:12,908
Man: No, I'm lookin' for
some old-timey material.

401
00:24:13,076 --> 00:24:15,578
You see, people can't seem
to get enough of it...

402
00:24:15,745 --> 00:24:17,204
since we started
broadcasting it...

403
00:24:17,372 --> 00:24:19,373
on The Pappy
O'Daniel Flour Hour...

404
00:24:19,541 --> 00:24:21,834
so thank you
for stopping by, but...

405
00:24:22,002 --> 00:24:23,752
Everett: Sir, uh,
the Soggy Bottom Boys...

406
00:24:23,920 --> 00:24:26,964
have been steeped in
old-timey material.

407
00:24:27,132 --> 00:24:28,883
Heck, we're silly
with it, ain't we, boys?

408
00:24:29,050 --> 00:24:29,925
That's right.

409
00:24:30,093 --> 00:24:31,760
That's right.
We ain't really Negroes.

410
00:24:31,928 --> 00:24:34,555
All except for
our accompanist.
411
00:24:34,723 --> 00:24:36,932
[Tommy Playing Guitar]

412
00:24:37,100 --> 00:24:39,935
[Singing Upbeat Folk Music]

413
00:25:55,679 --> 00:25:57,846
[Humming Along
Off-Key]

414
00:26:20,161 --> 00:26:21,996
Whoo!
Hot damn, son!

415
00:26:22,163 --> 00:26:23,998
I believe you did sell
your soul to the devil!

416
00:26:24,165 --> 00:26:25,332
Whoo-ee!

417
00:26:25,500 --> 00:26:29,420
Boy, that was some mighty fine
a-pickin' and a-singin'.

418
00:26:29,588 --> 00:26:31,005
Man: I'll tell you what.

419
00:26:31,172 --> 00:26:33,465
Ahem. You come on
in here, you...

420
00:26:33,633 --> 00:26:34,967
You sign these papers here.

421
00:26:35,135 --> 00:26:38,220
I'm gonna give you
$10 apiece.

422
00:26:38,388 --> 00:26:42,600
Uh, uh, okay, sir,
but Mert and, uh, uh...

423
00:26:42,767 --> 00:26:44,727
Aloysious'll
just have to sign Xs.
424
00:26:44,894 --> 00:26:47,271
Only 4 of us can write.

425
00:26:47,439 --> 00:26:48,522
Man: That'd be fine.

426
00:26:48,690 --> 00:26:50,441
Ha ha!

427
00:26:50,609 --> 00:26:51,692
Whoo!

428
00:26:51,860 --> 00:26:53,402
Hey, mister,
I don't mean...

429
00:26:53,570 --> 00:26:55,237
to be tellin' tales
out of school...

430
00:26:55,405 --> 00:26:57,656
but there's a fella in
there who'll pay you $10...

431
00:26:57,824 --> 00:26:59,366
if you sing
into his can.

432
00:26:59,534 --> 00:27:02,578
I'm not here to make
a record, you dumb cracker.

433
00:27:02,746 --> 00:27:04,580
They broadcast me
out on the radio.

434
00:27:04,748 --> 00:27:06,206
That's Governor Menelaus...

435
00:27:06,374 --> 00:27:08,375
"Pass the Biscuits"
Pappy O'Daniel.

436
00:27:08,543 --> 00:27:10,919
And he'd sure appreciate it
if you ate his farina...

437
00:27:11,087 --> 00:27:12,421
and voted him a second term.

438
00:27:12,589 --> 00:27:13,797
Finest governor we ever
had in Mississippi.

439
00:27:13,965 --> 00:27:15,132
Pappy: In any state.

440
00:27:15,300 --> 00:27:16,592
Oh, Lord, yes. Every
parish or precinct.

441
00:27:16,760 --> 00:27:18,719
He was makin'
the bigger point.

442
00:27:18,887 --> 00:27:20,429
Well, ain't you gonna
press the flesh, Pappy?

443
00:27:20,597 --> 00:27:21,597
Do a little politicking?

444
00:27:21,765 --> 00:27:24,099
I'll press your flesh,
you dimwitted sumbitch.

445
00:27:24,267 --> 00:27:26,602
You don't tell your pappy
how to court the electorate.

446
00:27:26,770 --> 00:27:28,228
We ain't
one-at-a-timin' here.

447
00:27:28,396 --> 00:27:30,105
We're mass communicatin'!

448
00:27:30,273 --> 00:27:32,149
Oh, yes.
That's a powerful new force.

449
00:27:32,317 --> 00:27:33,150
Mm-hmm!

450
00:27:33,318 --> 00:27:34,610
Shake a leg, Junior.

451
00:27:34,778 --> 00:27:36,737
Thank God your mammy died
givin' birth.

452
00:27:36,905 --> 00:27:38,781
If she'd have seen you,
she'd have died of shame.

453
00:27:38,948 --> 00:27:41,158
Well, hi there!
How you doin'?

454
00:27:41,493 --> 00:27:42,993
[Tommy Playing Guitar]

455
00:27:43,161 --> 00:27:46,163
[Tommy Singing Melancholy Folk Music]

456
00:28:43,638 --> 00:28:46,140
Let's bed down here
for the night.

457
00:28:46,307 --> 00:28:50,018
Yeah, it stinks
in that old barn.

458
00:28:50,186 --> 00:28:51,520
Suits me.

459
00:28:51,688 --> 00:28:53,188
Pretty soon
it'll be nothin'

460
00:28:53,356 --> 00:28:57,860
but featherbeds
and silk sheets.

461
00:29:00,947 --> 00:29:02,740
Million dollars.

462
00:29:02,907 --> 00:29:04,908
Million-point-two.

463
00:29:05,076 --> 00:29:08,036
Delmar: 500,000 each.

464
00:29:08,204 --> 00:29:09,913
Everett: 400, Delmar.

465
00:29:10,081 --> 00:29:13,709
Pete, what are you gonna do...

466
00:29:13,877 --> 00:29:16,003
with your share
of the treasure?

467
00:29:16,171 --> 00:29:19,548
Go out west somewhere.

468
00:29:19,716 --> 00:29:22,009
Open a fine restaurant.

469
00:29:23,428 --> 00:29:27,014
I'm gonna be the maitre d'.

470
00:29:27,182 --> 00:29:29,892
Greet all the swells.

471
00:29:30,059 --> 00:29:33,479
Go to work every day
in a bow tie...

472
00:29:33,646 --> 00:29:35,773
tuxedo.

473
00:29:35,940 --> 00:29:39,568
And all the staff
say "Yes, sir" and...

474
00:29:39,736 --> 00:29:41,111
"No, sir..."

475
00:29:41,279 --> 00:29:42,863
and "In a jiffy, Pete."

476
00:29:44,908 --> 00:29:47,826
And all my meals for free.

477
00:29:51,873 --> 00:29:53,916
What about you, Delmar?

478
00:29:54,083 --> 00:29:57,419
What are you gonna do
with your share of that dough?

479
00:29:57,587 --> 00:30:01,298
I'm gonna visit them
foreclosin' son of a guns...

480
00:30:01,466 --> 00:30:05,177
down at the lndianola
Savings and Loan.

481
00:30:05,345 --> 00:30:07,554
Slap that money
on the barrel head...

482
00:30:07,722 --> 00:30:09,765
and buy back
the family farm.

483
00:30:11,601 --> 00:30:15,145
You ain't no kind of man
if you ain't got land.

484
00:30:16,606 --> 00:30:18,398
Pete: What about you, Everett?

485
00:30:18,566 --> 00:30:19,942
What you have in mind...

486
00:30:20,109 --> 00:30:22,444
when you stole it
in the first place?

487
00:30:22,612 --> 00:30:26,281
[Clears Throat]
I...

488
00:30:26,449 --> 00:30:28,951
didn't have no plan.
489
00:30:29,118 --> 00:30:32,204
Well, that hardly
sound like you.

490
00:30:32,372 --> 00:30:35,624
Man: All right, boys!
It's the authorities!

491
00:30:35,792 --> 00:30:38,460
Your situation
is purty nigh hopeless!

492
00:30:38,628 --> 00:30:41,004
Damn, they found our car.

493
00:30:41,172 --> 00:30:42,798
We ain't got the time...

494
00:30:42,966 --> 00:30:44,466
and nary the inclination...

495
00:30:44,634 --> 00:30:47,135
to chat with you boys
any further.

496
00:30:47,303 --> 00:30:49,471
Damn, we got
to skedaddle.

497
00:30:49,639 --> 00:30:52,391
I left my pomade
in the car.

498
00:30:52,559 --> 00:30:53,809
Maybe I can creep up.

499
00:30:53,977 --> 00:30:54,935
Don't be a fool, Everett.

500
00:30:55,103 --> 00:30:58,313
We got to R-U-N-N-O-F-T.

501
00:30:58,481 --> 00:30:59,439
[Laughter]

502
00:30:59,607 --> 00:31:00,440
Everett: Where's Tommy?

503
00:31:00,608 --> 00:31:02,109
Already lit out.

504
00:31:02,277 --> 00:31:04,236
Pete: Scared out
of his wits.

505
00:31:06,948 --> 00:31:08,031
Let's go!

506
00:31:10,243 --> 00:31:12,160
Well, hell,
it ain't square one.

507
00:31:12,328 --> 00:31:13,996
Ain't no one
gonna pick up...

508
00:31:14,163 --> 00:31:16,456
3 filthy, unshaved
hitchhikers.

509
00:31:16,624 --> 00:31:17,749
And one of them
a know-it-all...

510
00:31:17,917 --> 00:31:20,711
who can't keep
his trap shut.

511
00:31:20,879 --> 00:31:22,880
Pete, the personal rancor
reflected in that remark...

512
00:31:23,047 --> 00:31:25,215
I don't intend to dignify
with comment.

513
00:31:25,383 --> 00:31:27,593
But I would like to address
your general attitude...

514
00:31:27,760 --> 00:31:29,636
of hopeless negativism.
515
00:31:29,804 --> 00:31:32,681
Consider the lilies
of the goddamn field.

516
00:31:32,849 --> 00:31:34,016
Or, hell, take a look
at Delmar here...

517
00:31:34,183 --> 00:31:35,893
as your paradigm of hope.

518
00:31:36,060 --> 00:31:37,811
Yeah. Look at me.

519
00:31:37,979 --> 00:31:40,188
Now, you may call it
an unreasoning optimism.

520
00:31:40,356 --> 00:31:41,982
You may call it obtuse...

521
00:31:42,150 --> 00:31:45,444
but the plain and simple fact
is that we got close to...

522
00:31:45,612 --> 00:31:48,196
3 days before they...

523
00:31:48,364 --> 00:31:50,240
[Car Approaching]

524
00:31:52,994 --> 00:31:55,579
dam that river.

525
00:32:19,270 --> 00:32:21,521
Is this a road
to ltta Bena?

526
00:32:23,191 --> 00:32:26,193
Uh...
Itta Bena?

527
00:32:26,361 --> 00:32:28,028
Itta Bena?
528
00:32:28,196 --> 00:32:30,405
Isn't that...
Isn't that, uh...

529
00:32:30,573 --> 00:32:31,573
Stay on this here road.

530
00:32:31,741 --> 00:32:32,574
Nah, that ain't right.

531
00:32:32,742 --> 00:32:34,368
I was thinking of, uh...

532
00:32:34,535 --> 00:32:35,369
Take this road...

533
00:32:35,536 --> 00:32:36,912
Nah, nah, nah,
that ain't right.

534
00:32:37,080 --> 00:32:39,289
Pete: It seems to me
there's a road...

535
00:32:39,457 --> 00:32:42,250
cow road that used to
lead all the way...

536
00:32:42,418 --> 00:32:44,127
Pete: Well,
most of the way.

537
00:32:44,295 --> 00:32:45,879
That ain't right, either.

538
00:32:46,047 --> 00:32:47,798
Hop on in while you
give it a think.

539
00:32:47,966 --> 00:32:50,342
Everett:
Right. Delmar.

540
00:32:59,519 --> 00:33:01,144
George: Any of you
boys know your way...
541
00:33:01,312 --> 00:33:03,105
around a Walther P.P.K.?

542
00:33:03,272 --> 00:33:05,232
Well, see, that's where
we can't help you.

543
00:33:05,400 --> 00:33:07,109
I don't believe
it's in Mississippi.

544
00:33:09,237 --> 00:33:12,739
Friend, some of your folding
money has come unstowed.

545
00:33:12,907 --> 00:33:15,742
George: Just stuff it down
that sack there, will you?

546
00:33:15,910 --> 00:33:18,078
You boys aren't bad men,
I take it?

547
00:33:18,246 --> 00:33:20,455
Well, it's funny
you should ask.

548
00:33:20,623 --> 00:33:22,624
I was bad till yesterday...

549
00:33:22,792 --> 00:33:24,793
but me and Pete here
been saved.

550
00:33:24,961 --> 00:33:27,963
Delmar: I'm Delmar,
and that there is Everett.

551
00:33:28,131 --> 00:33:29,297
George Nelson.

552
00:33:29,465 --> 00:33:30,757
It's a pleasure.

553
00:33:30,925 --> 00:33:31,967
[Spits]

554
00:33:32,135 --> 00:33:33,927
Grab the tiller,
will you, buddy?

555
00:33:40,435 --> 00:33:42,644
Hand me that chopper.
Ha ha ha ha!

556
00:33:42,812 --> 00:33:45,939
Say, what line of work
you in, George?

557
00:33:46,107 --> 00:33:47,941
Ha ha ha ha!

558
00:33:48,109 --> 00:33:49,609
Come and get me, coppers!

559
00:33:49,777 --> 00:33:54,114
You flatfooted, lame-brained,
soft-ass sons of bitches!

560
00:33:54,282 --> 00:33:55,699
Ah ha ha ha ha!

561
00:33:55,867 --> 00:33:57,576
No one can catch me!

562
00:33:57,744 --> 00:33:59,327
George: I'm George Nelson!

563
00:33:59,495 --> 00:34:02,205
I'm bigger than any John,
live or limp!

564
00:34:04,000 --> 00:34:07,294
I'm 10 1/2 feet tall!

565
00:34:09,964 --> 00:34:10,964
George: Cows.

566
00:34:11,132 --> 00:34:14,342
I hate cows
worse than coppers!
567
00:34:14,510 --> 00:34:16,678
[Groans]

568
00:34:16,846 --> 00:34:19,181
Oh, George.
Not the livestock.

569
00:34:19,348 --> 00:34:22,517
Come on, you miserable,
salaried sons of bitches!

570
00:34:22,685 --> 00:34:23,685
George: Come and get me!

571
00:34:25,480 --> 00:34:27,481
[Groans]

572
00:34:31,611 --> 00:34:33,820
[Horn Honks]

573
00:34:41,329 --> 00:34:43,246
Come on, boys,
we're going for the record.

574
00:34:43,414 --> 00:34:44,998
3 banks in 2 hours!

575
00:34:45,166 --> 00:34:47,084
[Laughing Maniacally]

576
00:34:52,340 --> 00:34:55,801
Okay, folks, hold the applause
and drop your drawers.

577
00:34:55,968 --> 00:34:57,385
I'm George Nelson...

578
00:34:57,553 --> 00:35:00,013
and I'm here to sack
the city Itta Bena!

579
00:35:01,516 --> 00:35:03,183
He's a live wire,
though, ain't he?
580
00:35:03,351 --> 00:35:05,060
George: All the money
in a bag.

581
00:35:05,228 --> 00:35:06,228
What are you
lookin' at, grandpa?

582
00:35:06,395 --> 00:35:08,021
Pardon me, George...

583
00:35:08,189 --> 00:35:09,898
you got a plan for
gettin' out of here?

584
00:35:10,066 --> 00:35:11,900
Sure, boys.

585
00:35:12,068 --> 00:35:14,903
Here's my plan.
Ha ha ha ha!

586
00:35:15,071 --> 00:35:17,197
George: They ain't never
seen ordnance like this!

587
00:35:17,365 --> 00:35:19,282
Thank you, folks.

588
00:35:19,450 --> 00:35:21,701
And remember, Jesus saves...

589
00:35:21,869 --> 00:35:24,913
but George Nelson withdraws!
Ha ha ha ha!

590
00:35:25,081 --> 00:35:26,748
Go fix the auto voiture,
Pete.

591
00:35:26,916 --> 00:35:29,209
[Whispering]
Is that Babyface Nelson?

592
00:35:29,377 --> 00:35:31,878
Who said that?
593
00:35:33,339 --> 00:35:37,259
George: What ignorant,
lowdown, slanderizin'

594
00:35:37,426 --> 00:35:39,386
son of a bitch said that?

595
00:35:40,888 --> 00:35:45,475
My name is George Nelson.
Get me?

596
00:35:45,643 --> 00:35:49,020
She didn't mean nothin'
by it, George.

597
00:35:49,188 --> 00:35:50,730
George Nelson!

598
00:35:50,898 --> 00:35:52,315
Not Babyface!

599
00:35:52,483 --> 00:35:54,442
You remember!

600
00:35:54,610 --> 00:35:56,653
And you tell your friends!

601
00:35:56,821 --> 00:35:59,406
I'm George Nelson.

602
00:35:59,574 --> 00:36:01,158
Born to raise hell.

603
00:36:01,325 --> 00:36:02,409
[Gasps]

604
00:36:19,802 --> 00:36:22,888
Well, that was some fun,
now, wasn't it, George?

605
00:36:23,055 --> 00:36:24,014
Yeah.

606
00:36:24,182 --> 00:36:27,142
Almost makes me wished
I hadn't have been saved.

607
00:36:27,310 --> 00:36:28,977
Jacking up banks.

608
00:36:29,145 --> 00:36:31,646
I can see how a fella'd
derive a whole lot of pleasure...

609
00:36:31,814 --> 00:36:33,690
and satisfaction
out of it.

610
00:36:34,859 --> 00:36:36,151
It's okay.

611
00:36:36,319 --> 00:36:37,611
Delmar:
Hoo, dawgies!

612
00:36:42,450 --> 00:36:43,617
Well...

613
00:36:45,786 --> 00:36:47,829
I'm takin' off.

614
00:36:50,541 --> 00:36:53,835
You boys might as well...

615
00:36:54,003 --> 00:36:57,172
keep my...
share of the riches.

616
00:36:57,340 --> 00:37:01,676
Delmar: Well, where
are you going, George?

617
00:37:01,844 --> 00:37:04,763
I don't know.

618
00:37:04,931 --> 00:37:06,389
Who cares?

619
00:37:06,557 --> 00:37:09,059
[Owl Hooting]
620
00:37:09,227 --> 00:37:12,312
Now, what do you suppose
is eatin' George?

621
00:37:12,480 --> 00:37:14,147
Well, Delmar...

622
00:37:14,315 --> 00:37:17,192
they say that with
the thrill-seeking personality...

623
00:37:17,360 --> 00:37:19,027
What goes up must come down.

624
00:37:19,195 --> 00:37:22,656
On top of the world one minute,
haunted by meekness the next.

625
00:37:22,823 --> 00:37:25,575
Yes, sir, it's as if
our old friend, George...

626
00:37:25,743 --> 00:37:28,328
is a alley cat
and his own damn humors...

627
00:37:28,496 --> 00:37:30,705
are swingin' him
by the tail.

628
00:37:30,873 --> 00:37:32,082
I wouldn't worry, Delmar.

629
00:37:32,250 --> 00:37:34,709
He'll be back
on top again.

630
00:37:34,877 --> 00:37:40,048
I don't think we've seen
the last of George Nelson.

631
00:37:48,891 --> 00:37:51,893
[Upbeat Folk Music
Playing Over Speakers]

632
00:37:59,026 --> 00:38:01,486
Don't be saps for Pappy.

633
00:38:01,654 --> 00:38:04,155
Homer Stokes for governor.

634
00:38:04,323 --> 00:38:06,283
Let's sweep
this state clean.

635
00:38:06,450 --> 00:38:09,160
Vote for Stokes, brother.

636
00:38:22,925 --> 00:38:24,217
Aw, shh shh. Hang on!

637
00:38:24,385 --> 00:38:26,303
I'm gonna slap one on here.

638
00:38:26,470 --> 00:38:28,972
Folks, here's
my cousin Ezra's niece...

639
00:38:29,140 --> 00:38:32,475
Eudora from out of Greenwood,
doin' a little number...

640
00:38:32,643 --> 00:38:34,144
with her cousin Tom-Tom...

641
00:38:34,312 --> 00:38:37,814
which I predict you
gonna enjoy thoroughly.

642
00:38:41,902 --> 00:38:46,323
Now, what can I do you for,
Mr. French?

643
00:38:46,490 --> 00:38:49,701
How can I lay ahold of
them Soggy Bottom Boys?

644
00:38:49,869 --> 00:38:50,952
Soggy Bottom.

645
00:38:51,120 --> 00:38:53,455
I don't precisely
recollect them.

646
00:38:53,622 --> 00:38:55,623
They cut a record
in here a few days ago...

647
00:38:55,791 --> 00:38:57,208
with an old-timey
harmony thing...

648
00:38:57,376 --> 00:38:59,544
with a guitar
accompany... accompany...

649
00:38:59,712 --> 00:39:02,797
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah,
I remember them.

650
00:39:02,965 --> 00:39:04,841
Colored fellas, I believe.

651
00:39:05,009 --> 00:39:07,594
Yes, sir,
they a fine bunch of boys.

652
00:39:07,762 --> 00:39:10,805
They sang into yonder can,
then skedaddled.

653
00:39:10,973 --> 00:39:11,973
Well, that record...

654
00:39:12,141 --> 00:39:15,310
is just goin' through
the goddamn roof.

655
00:39:15,478 --> 00:39:16,936
They playin' it
as far away as Mobile.

656
00:39:17,104 --> 00:39:17,979
No.

657
00:39:18,147 --> 00:39:20,023
Whole damn state's goin' apey.
658
00:39:20,191 --> 00:39:23,526
Well, it was a powerful air.

659
00:39:23,694 --> 00:39:25,028
Hot damn,
we got to find them boys...

660
00:39:25,196 --> 00:39:27,322
and sign 'em to
a big fat contract.

661
00:39:27,490 --> 00:39:29,657
Hell's bells, Mr. Lund,
if we don't...

662
00:39:29,825 --> 00:39:31,451
the goddamn
competition will.

663
00:39:31,619 --> 00:39:34,996
Oh, mercy, yes, we got
to beat that competition.

664
00:39:35,164 --> 00:39:36,664
- Yes, sir.
- Yes, sir.

665
00:39:37,083 --> 00:39:40,085
[Adventurous Folk Music Playing]

666
00:40:19,166 --> 00:40:22,544
[Delmar Shouting]

667
00:40:26,048 --> 00:40:27,340
[Pete Laughing]

668
00:40:39,103 --> 00:40:40,186
[Laughter]

669
00:41:04,420 --> 00:41:05,253
[Sneezes]

670
00:41:05,421 --> 00:41:06,963
Delmar.
Over here.
671
00:41:15,931 --> 00:41:17,599
Do you have
the Soggy Bottom Boys...

672
00:41:17,766 --> 00:41:19,809
performing
"Man of Constant Sorrow"?

673
00:41:19,977 --> 00:41:22,479
No, ma'am. We got
a new shipment in yesterday.

674
00:41:22,646 --> 00:41:26,399
Sorry, but we just can't
keep 'em on our shelves.

675
00:42:14,198 --> 00:42:16,157
How are you?

676
00:42:16,325 --> 00:42:21,496
Delmar, come on.
Go. Go.

677
00:42:34,426 --> 00:42:36,177
[Playing Banjo]

678
00:42:42,059 --> 00:42:45,061
[Women Singing Softly]

679
00:42:45,563 --> 00:42:47,355
Shut up, Delmar.

680
00:42:47,523 --> 00:42:48,565
[Stops Playing Banjo]

681
00:42:48,732 --> 00:42:50,024
[Women Singing
In Distance]

682
00:42:51,110 --> 00:42:55,738
[Gasps]
Uhh! Ohh!

683
00:42:55,906 --> 00:42:58,324
Pull over! Pull over!
684
00:43:06,333 --> 00:43:08,126
Guess old Pete's
got the itch.

685
00:43:11,714 --> 00:43:14,716
[Singing Relaxed Folk Music]

686
00:43:30,566 --> 00:43:32,108
Howdy do, ladies?

687
00:43:32,276 --> 00:43:33,943
Name of Pete.

688
00:43:47,124 --> 00:43:48,082
Ain't you gonna
introduce us, Pete?

689
00:43:48,250 --> 00:43:49,500
I don't know
their names.

690
00:43:49,668 --> 00:43:51,419
I seen 'em first!

691
00:44:27,331 --> 00:44:30,166
Ladies, my name
is Ulysses Everett McGill...

692
00:44:30,334 --> 00:44:34,712
and, well, you three
ladies are about the...

693
00:44:34,880 --> 00:44:35,922
the prettiest...

694
00:44:44,139 --> 00:44:45,431
water lilies, uh...

695
00:44:49,228 --> 00:44:50,228
Corn liquor.

696
00:46:23,697 --> 00:46:24,739
Everett.

697
00:46:26,533 --> 00:46:27,617
Everett.

698
00:46:27,785 --> 00:46:29,368
My hair!

699
00:46:31,288 --> 00:46:32,413
Look at this.

700
00:46:46,678 --> 00:46:48,554
Pete!

701
00:46:48,722 --> 00:46:51,098
Where the heck
are you?

702
00:46:51,266 --> 00:46:52,183
Pete!

703
00:46:53,268 --> 00:46:56,229
We ain't got time
for hide-and-seek!

704
00:46:58,357 --> 00:47:00,441
Everett: Now, we ain't got time
for your shenanigans!

705
00:47:00,609 --> 00:47:03,778
Sweet Jesus, Everett.

706
00:47:03,946 --> 00:47:05,363
They left his heart.

707
00:47:24,007 --> 00:47:25,967
[Croaking]

708
00:47:26,134 --> 00:47:27,301
[Delmar Gasps]

709
00:47:27,469 --> 00:47:30,304
Aah! Aah!

710
00:47:30,472 --> 00:47:32,473
What the... Delmar,
what the heck's got into you?

711
00:47:32,641 --> 00:47:34,183
Can't you see it, Everett?

712
00:47:34,351 --> 00:47:36,978
Them sirens
did this to Pete.

713
00:47:37,145 --> 00:47:38,688
They loved him up...

714
00:47:38,856 --> 00:47:42,275
and turned him
into a... horny toad.

715
00:47:47,948 --> 00:47:49,490
Pete!

716
00:47:49,658 --> 00:47:52,159
Pete! Pete!

717
00:47:52,327 --> 00:47:53,327
Pete!

718
00:47:53,495 --> 00:47:55,997
Pete!

719
00:47:56,164 --> 00:47:58,082
Pete!

720
00:47:58,250 --> 00:47:59,292
Pete!

721
00:48:06,842 --> 00:48:11,345
Pete, it's me... Delmar.

722
00:48:11,513 --> 00:48:13,514
It's me... Delmar.

723
00:48:15,142 --> 00:48:16,017
Everett.

724
00:48:16,184 --> 00:48:17,143
Delmar, what the...

725
00:48:18,854 --> 00:48:20,521
What are we gonna do?

726
00:48:31,325 --> 00:48:32,909
I'm not sure that's Pete.

727
00:48:33,076 --> 00:48:36,370
Of course it's Pete.
Look at him.

728
00:48:36,538 --> 00:48:41,083
We got to find some kind of...
wizard can change him back.

729
00:48:44,713 --> 00:48:46,589
I'm just not sure that's Pete.

730
00:48:50,552 --> 00:48:52,136
Everett:
You can't display a toad...

731
00:48:52,304 --> 00:48:53,554
in a fine restaurant
like this.

732
00:48:53,722 --> 00:48:55,556
Why, the good folks here'd
go right off their feed.

733
00:48:55,724 --> 00:48:58,309
Hey. I just don't
think it's right...

734
00:48:58,477 --> 00:48:59,644
keeping him
under wraps...

735
00:48:59,811 --> 00:49:01,270
like we was
ashamed of him.

736
00:49:01,438 --> 00:49:03,564
Well, if it is Pete,
I am ashamed of him.

737
00:49:03,732 --> 00:49:05,232
The way I see it,
he got what he deserved.
738
00:49:05,400 --> 00:49:08,069
Fornicating with
some whore of Babylon.

739
00:49:08,236 --> 00:49:10,196
These things don't happen
for no reason, Delmar.

740
00:49:10,364 --> 00:49:12,698
It's obviously some kind of
judgment on Pete's character.

741
00:49:12,866 --> 00:49:14,992
Well, the two of us was
fixin' to fornicate.

742
00:49:17,621 --> 00:49:20,206
You're gonna have to
excuse my rusticated friend...

743
00:49:20,374 --> 00:49:23,793
unaccustomed as he is
to city manners. [Snaps]

744
00:49:23,961 --> 00:49:25,086
Hmm?

745
00:49:25,253 --> 00:49:27,380
Everett: I guess
we'll have ourselves...

746
00:49:27,547 --> 00:49:28,589
a couple of steaks...

747
00:49:28,757 --> 00:49:30,800
and some, uh,
gratine potatoes...

748
00:49:30,968 --> 00:49:33,469
and wash it down with some
of your finest bubbly wine.

749
00:49:33,637 --> 00:49:36,055
Oh, and I don't suppose
you have any...
750
00:49:36,223 --> 00:49:37,974
[Grunts]

751
00:49:38,141 --> 00:49:40,476
Maybe the chef
could prepare...

752
00:49:40,644 --> 00:49:41,602
[Grunts]

753
00:49:41,770 --> 00:49:44,563
Just bring us a couple
of leaves of raw cabbage.

754
00:49:44,731 --> 00:49:45,564
Yes, sir.

755
00:49:45,732 --> 00:49:46,565
Thank you.

756
00:49:46,733 --> 00:49:47,817
That kind of
barnyard language...

757
00:49:47,985 --> 00:49:49,527
I don't believe I've seen
you boys around here before.

758
00:49:49,695 --> 00:49:50,945
Allow me
to introduce myself.

759
00:49:51,113 --> 00:49:52,488
Name of Daniel Teague...

760
00:49:52,656 --> 00:49:55,157
known in these precincts
as Big Dan Teague...

761
00:49:55,325 --> 00:49:56,784
Or to those who
are pressed for time...

762
00:49:56,952 --> 00:49:57,952
Big Dan tout court!
763
00:49:58,120 --> 00:49:59,495
Everett:
How you doin', Big Dan?

764
00:49:59,663 --> 00:50:00,955
My name's Ulysses
Everett McGill.

765
00:50:01,123 --> 00:50:03,541
This is my associate
Delmar O'Donnel.

766
00:50:03,709 --> 00:50:04,834
I detect, like me...

767
00:50:05,002 --> 00:50:06,752
you're endowed
with the gift of gab.

768
00:50:06,920 --> 00:50:08,504
I flatter myself
that such is the case.

769
00:50:08,672 --> 00:50:10,923
In my line of work,
it's plumb necessary.

770
00:50:11,091 --> 00:50:12,925
The one thing
you don't want...

771
00:50:14,678 --> 00:50:17,138
is air in the conversation.

772
00:50:17,305 --> 00:50:18,931
Once again we find
ourselves in agreement.

773
00:50:19,099 --> 00:50:20,641
What kind of work
you do, Big Dan?

774
00:50:20,809 --> 00:50:23,144
Sales, Mr. McGill, sales!
And what do I sell?

775
00:50:23,311 --> 00:50:25,479
The truth,
every blessed word of it.

776
00:50:25,647 --> 00:50:27,648
From Genesis on down
to Revelations.

777
00:50:27,816 --> 00:50:29,150
That's right,
the Word of God...

778
00:50:29,317 --> 00:50:32,403
which, let me tell you,
there is damn good money in...

779
00:50:32,571 --> 00:50:34,780
during these times
of woe and want.

780
00:50:34,948 --> 00:50:36,323
People are lookin'
for answers...

781
00:50:36,491 --> 00:50:39,160
and Big Dan sells
the only book that's got 'em.

782
00:50:39,327 --> 00:50:40,536
And what do you do...

783
00:50:40,704 --> 00:50:44,040
you and your, uh,
tongue-tied friend?

784
00:50:44,207 --> 00:50:46,459
We, uh...

785
00:50:46,626 --> 00:50:48,294
we're adventurers, sir.

786
00:50:48,462 --> 00:50:50,171
Currently pursuing
a certain opportunity...

787
00:50:50,338 --> 00:50:52,339
but we're open
to others as well.

788
00:50:52,507 --> 00:50:53,674
I like your style,
young man...

789
00:50:53,842 --> 00:50:55,593
so I'm gonna propose you
a proposition.

790
00:50:55,761 --> 00:50:58,304
You cover my bill, so I don't
have to run back upstairs...

791
00:50:58,472 --> 00:51:00,389
get your waitress to wrap
your dinner picnic-style...

792
00:51:00,557 --> 00:51:03,184
And we shall retire
to more private environs...

793
00:51:03,351 --> 00:51:06,187
where I will tell you how there
are vast amounts of money...

794
00:51:06,354 --> 00:51:08,189
to be made in the service
of God almighty.

795
00:51:08,356 --> 00:51:10,107
Well, why not?
If nothin' else...

796
00:51:10,275 --> 00:51:12,193
I can use some
civilized conversation.

797
00:51:12,360 --> 00:51:14,779
Don't forget
your shoe box, friend.

798
00:51:14,946 --> 00:51:16,030
Languishin'!

799
00:51:16,198 --> 00:51:18,240
Goddamn campaign
is languishin'!

800
00:51:18,408 --> 00:51:19,909
Pappy: We need
a shot in the arm.

801
00:51:20,077 --> 00:51:22,995
You hear me, boys?
In the goddamn arm!

802
00:51:23,163 --> 00:51:24,121
Election held tomorrow...

803
00:51:24,289 --> 00:51:26,624
that son of bitch Stokes
would win it in a walk!

804
00:51:26,792 --> 00:51:30,669
Well, he's the reform
candidate, Daddy.

805
00:51:30,837 --> 00:51:31,670
Yeah?

806
00:51:31,838 --> 00:51:33,672
A lot of people
like that reform.

807
00:51:33,840 --> 00:51:36,467
Maybe we should
get us some.

808
00:51:36,635 --> 00:51:39,553
I'll reform you,
you soft-headed son of a bitch.

809
00:51:39,721 --> 00:51:42,264
How we gonna run reform
when we're the damn incumbent?

810
00:51:42,432 --> 00:51:44,517
Is that the best idea
you boys can come up with?

811
00:51:44,684 --> 00:51:45,726
Reform?!
812
00:51:45,894 --> 00:51:47,853
Weepin' Jesus on the cross.

813
00:51:48,021 --> 00:51:49,230
That's it!

814
00:51:49,397 --> 00:51:53,192
You may as well start drafting
my concession speech right now.

815
00:51:53,360 --> 00:51:55,402
Okay, Pappy.

816
00:51:55,570 --> 00:51:57,780
I'm just making a point,
you stupid son of a bitch.

817
00:51:57,948 --> 00:51:59,990
Give me back that hat!
Hurry up!

818
00:52:00,158 --> 00:52:01,242
Pappy's just
makin' a point.

819
00:52:01,409 --> 00:52:02,493
Shut up!

820
00:52:19,636 --> 00:52:21,512
Thank you, boys, for
throwing in that fricassee.

821
00:52:21,680 --> 00:52:23,013
I'm a man of
large appetites...

822
00:52:23,181 --> 00:52:24,306
and even with lunch
under my belt...

823
00:52:24,474 --> 00:52:26,267
I was feeling
a mite peckish.

824
00:52:26,434 --> 00:52:27,518
It's our pleasure,
Big Dan.

825
00:52:27,686 --> 00:52:31,313
Thank you as well for
the conversational hiatus.

826
00:52:31,481 --> 00:52:34,191
I generally refrain from
speech during gustation.

827
00:52:34,359 --> 00:52:36,861
There are those who attempt
both at the same time.

828
00:52:37,028 --> 00:52:39,780
I find it coarse and vulgar.

829
00:52:39,948 --> 00:52:41,031
Where were we?

830
00:52:41,199 --> 00:52:43,117
Making money in
the Lord's service.

831
00:52:43,285 --> 00:52:45,119
You don't say much, friend,
but when you do...

832
00:52:45,287 --> 00:52:46,829
it's to the point
and I salute you for it.

833
00:52:46,997 --> 00:52:48,873
Yes, Bible sales.

834
00:52:49,040 --> 00:52:51,625
Now, the trade is not
a complicated one.

835
00:52:51,793 --> 00:52:53,377
There are but 2 things
to learn...

836
00:52:53,545 --> 00:52:55,212
One being where to find
a wholesaler...
837
00:52:55,380 --> 00:52:57,047
the Word of God in bulk,
as it were.

838
00:52:57,215 --> 00:52:59,675
Two... how to recognize
your customer.

839
00:52:59,843 --> 00:53:01,218
Who are you dealing with?

840
00:53:01,386 --> 00:53:04,513
It's an exercise in
psychology, so to speak.

841
00:53:04,681 --> 00:53:07,683
And it is that
which I propose...

842
00:53:07,851 --> 00:53:11,145
to give you a lesson in
right now.

843
00:53:11,313 --> 00:53:12,313
[Branch Cracks]

844
00:53:12,480 --> 00:53:14,315
Why, I like to think
I'm a pretty astute observer...

845
00:53:14,482 --> 00:53:16,400
of the human scene,
too, Big Dan.

846
00:53:16,568 --> 00:53:18,068
No doubt, brother.

847
00:53:18,236 --> 00:53:19,695
I figured as much back
at the restaurant.

848
00:53:19,863 --> 00:53:22,698
That's why I invited
you all out here...

849
00:53:22,866 --> 00:53:24,700
for this advanced tutorial.

850
00:53:24,868 --> 00:53:26,744
Unh!

851
00:53:26,912 --> 00:53:27,912
What's going on, Big Dan?

852
00:53:28,079 --> 00:53:29,079
It's all about
the money, boys!

853
00:53:29,247 --> 00:53:31,123
Big Dan: That's it!

854
00:53:31,291 --> 00:53:36,086
Gol... durned... money!

855
00:53:36,254 --> 00:53:37,254
I don't get it, Big Dan.

856
00:53:37,422 --> 00:53:39,131
Raah!

857
00:53:40,467 --> 00:53:44,220
I just take
your show cards.

858
00:53:44,387 --> 00:53:45,721
Yaah!

859
00:53:45,889 --> 00:53:47,765
[Yelling]

860
00:53:52,938 --> 00:53:54,688
And whatever
you got in the hole.

861
00:53:59,444 --> 00:54:01,612
What the...

862
00:54:01,780 --> 00:54:04,156
there ain't nothin'
but a damn toad.

863
00:54:04,324 --> 00:54:07,368
No, you don't
understand.

864
00:54:07,535 --> 00:54:08,577
That's Pete.

865
00:54:12,582 --> 00:54:14,291
Pete.

866
00:54:14,459 --> 00:54:18,003
You know these things
give you warts?

867
00:54:18,171 --> 00:54:19,004
[Squish]

868
00:54:19,172 --> 00:54:20,422
[Gasps]

869
00:54:22,592 --> 00:54:23,467
[Splat]

870
00:54:23,635 --> 00:54:25,469
[Gasping]

871
00:54:25,637 --> 00:54:27,096
End of lesson.

872
00:54:27,264 --> 00:54:28,555
[Whimpering]

873
00:54:29,766 --> 00:54:31,767
So long, boys.
Hee hee hee.

874
00:54:31,935 --> 00:54:34,603
See you in
the funny papers.

875
00:54:34,771 --> 00:54:37,439
Y'all seen the end
of Big Dan Teague.

876
00:54:45,282 --> 00:54:47,199
[Sobbing]
877
00:54:58,795 --> 00:55:00,671
- [Whip Cracks]
- [Man Screams]

878
00:55:00,839 --> 00:55:02,339
Where are they?

879
00:55:02,507 --> 00:55:06,510
Talk, you unreconstructed
whelp of a whore!

880
00:55:06,678 --> 00:55:07,678
Where they headed?

881
00:55:07,846 --> 00:55:09,388
Aah!

882
00:55:09,556 --> 00:55:11,849
Your screams ain't
gonna save your flesh...

883
00:55:12,017 --> 00:55:13,350
Aah!

884
00:55:13,518 --> 00:55:15,102
Only your tongue is, boy.
Where they headed?

885
00:55:15,270 --> 00:55:17,354
Aah!

886
00:55:17,522 --> 00:55:19,398
[Dog Howls]

887
00:55:19,566 --> 00:55:20,774
[Men Laughing]

888
00:55:29,492 --> 00:55:31,035
Lump, l.O.

889
00:55:31,202 --> 00:55:33,120
[Gasping]

890
00:55:37,625 --> 00:55:38,834
[Thunder]

891
00:55:39,002 --> 00:55:41,962
Sweet summer rain.

892
00:55:44,424 --> 00:55:46,717
Like God's own mercy.

893
00:55:48,511 --> 00:55:50,971
Your two friends
have abandoned you, Pete.

894
00:55:51,139 --> 00:55:54,516
They don't seem
to care about your hide.

895
00:55:54,684 --> 00:55:56,060
[Man Laughs]

896
00:55:56,227 --> 00:55:59,730
[Thunder]

897
00:55:59,898 --> 00:56:01,190
Okay.

898
00:56:06,488 --> 00:56:08,739
Stairway to heaven.

899
00:56:12,202 --> 00:56:13,911
We shall all meet by-and-by.

900
00:56:14,079 --> 00:56:16,789
Goddamn it!

901
00:56:16,956 --> 00:56:18,415
[Laughing]

902
00:56:18,583 --> 00:56:20,417
God forgive me!

903
00:56:20,585 --> 00:56:22,086
Hold.

904
00:56:25,673 --> 00:56:27,591
[Thunder]
905
00:56:34,808 --> 00:56:37,559
Believe me, Delmar, he would
have wanted us to press on.

906
00:56:37,727 --> 00:56:40,604
Pete, rest his soul...

907
00:56:40,772 --> 00:56:42,606
was one sour ass
son of a bitch...

908
00:56:42,774 --> 00:56:45,484
and not given to acts of
pointless sentimentality.

909
00:56:45,652 --> 00:56:46,610
It just don't seem right...

910
00:56:46,778 --> 00:56:48,737
digging up that
treasure without him.

911
00:56:48,905 --> 00:56:50,739
Maybe it's for the best
he was squished.

912
00:56:50,907 --> 00:56:52,658
Why, he...

913
00:56:52,826 --> 00:56:55,619
was barely a sentient
being and...

914
00:56:55,787 --> 00:56:57,454
well, as soon as we get
ourselves cleaned up...

915
00:56:57,622 --> 00:56:59,206
and we get a little
smellum in our hair...

916
00:56:59,374 --> 00:57:02,292
why, we're gonna feel
100% better about ourselves...

917
00:57:02,460 --> 00:57:05,462
and about...
life in general.

918
00:57:05,630 --> 00:57:06,922
[Prisoners Singing]

919
00:57:07,090 --> 00:57:09,591
Must be near Parchman Farm.

920
00:57:11,052 --> 00:57:12,719
Sorry sons of bitches.

921
00:57:12,887 --> 00:57:16,515
Seems like a year ago
we busted off the farm.

922
00:57:16,683 --> 00:57:18,016
[Singing Continues]

923
00:57:26,401 --> 00:57:27,526
Pete got a brother?

924
00:57:27,694 --> 00:57:30,237
Not that I'm aware.

925
00:57:33,158 --> 00:57:35,409
Heat must be getting to me.

926
00:57:35,577 --> 00:57:37,453
[Horse Neighs]

927
00:57:43,877 --> 00:57:47,296
[Woman Singing Upbeat Folk Music]

928
00:58:28,546 --> 00:58:30,088
[Applause]

929
00:58:30,256 --> 00:58:32,966
That was wonderful.
That sure was.

930
00:58:33,134 --> 00:58:34,134
Yes.

931
00:58:34,302 --> 00:58:37,638
Now, I know the Sunnysiders
would agree with me...

932
00:58:37,805 --> 00:58:40,224
when I say the great state
of Mississippi...

933
00:58:40,391 --> 00:58:44,394
cannot afford 4 more years
of Pappy O'Daniel!

934
00:58:44,562 --> 00:58:47,356
4 more years of cronyism!

935
00:58:47,524 --> 00:58:50,526
Nepotism! Rascalism!

936
00:58:50,693 --> 00:58:53,570
Of service
to the interests!

937
00:58:53,738 --> 00:58:57,991
Now, the choice,
she's a clear 'un.

938
00:58:58,159 --> 00:59:01,537
Pappy O'Daniel,
slave of the interests.

939
00:59:01,704 --> 00:59:05,082
Homer Stokes,
servant of the little man.

940
00:59:05,250 --> 00:59:06,250
Ain't that right,
little fella?

941
00:59:06,417 --> 00:59:07,709
He ain't lyin'!

942
00:59:07,877 --> 00:59:11,922
Ladies and gentlemen,
the little man has admonished me...

943
00:59:12,090 --> 00:59:14,550
to grasp the broom of reform...
944
00:59:14,717 --> 00:59:17,344
and sweep this state clean!

945
00:59:17,512 --> 00:59:21,098
It's gonna be,
"Back to the flour mill, Pappy!

946
00:59:21,266 --> 00:59:23,267
The interests can
take care of themselves!"

947
00:59:23,434 --> 00:59:24,768
Homer: Come Tuesday...

948
00:59:24,936 --> 00:59:27,646
we're gonna sweep
the rascals out!

949
00:59:27,814 --> 00:59:29,231
[Applause]

950
00:59:29,399 --> 00:59:33,443
Homer: Clean government
is yours for the asking!

951
00:59:33,611 --> 00:59:35,362
[Cheering And Whistling]

952
00:59:35,530 --> 00:59:38,365
Homer: Folks,
now the little Wharvey gals!

953
00:59:38,533 --> 00:59:39,825
[Applause]

954
00:59:39,993 --> 00:59:42,077
Wharvey gals?

955
00:59:42,245 --> 00:59:44,371
Did he just say
little Wharvey gals?

956
00:59:44,539 --> 00:59:47,124
Come here, girls.
957
00:59:47,292 --> 00:59:48,709
What y'all
gonna sing for us?

958
00:59:48,876 --> 00:59:50,961
Girls:
"In the highways."

959
00:59:51,129 --> 00:59:53,046
Goddamn it all!

960
00:59:53,214 --> 00:59:54,298
You know them gals,
Everett?

961
00:59:54,507 --> 00:59:57,509
[Singing Upbeat Gospel Music]

962
01:00:29,417 --> 01:00:31,251
Hey, girls!

963
01:00:31,419 --> 01:00:33,795
- Daddy!
- Daddy!

964
01:00:33,963 --> 01:00:36,131
Ha ha ha!

965
01:00:36,299 --> 01:00:38,342
Daddy? He ain't
our daddy.

966
01:00:38,509 --> 01:00:40,093
Hell, I ain't.
What's this Wharvey gals?

967
01:00:40,261 --> 01:00:41,261
Your name's McGill.

968
01:00:41,429 --> 01:00:44,181
No, sir. Not since you
got hit by that train.

969
01:00:44,349 --> 01:00:46,433
What are you talking about?
I wasn't hit by any train.
970
01:00:46,601 --> 01:00:48,060
Mama says you was
hit by a train.

971
01:00:48,227 --> 01:00:50,187
- Blooey!
- Nothin' left.

972
01:00:50,355 --> 01:00:52,147
Just a grease spot
on the L & N.

973
01:00:52,315 --> 01:00:54,608
Damn it,
I wasn't hit by any train!

974
01:00:54,776 --> 01:00:56,777
That's why Mama's
got us back to Wharvey.

975
01:00:56,944 --> 01:00:58,362
That's her maiden name.

976
01:00:58,529 --> 01:01:00,072
You got a maiden
name, Daddy?

977
01:01:00,239 --> 01:01:02,407
No, Daddy don't have
a maiden name. See...

978
01:01:02,575 --> 01:01:03,867
That's your misfortune.

979
01:01:04,035 --> 01:01:06,203
That's right, and now
Mama's got a new beau.

980
01:01:06,371 --> 01:01:07,704
He's a suitor.

981
01:01:07,872 --> 01:01:09,665
Yeah, I heard about that.

982
01:01:09,832 --> 01:01:13,001
Mama says
he's bona fide.

983
01:01:13,169 --> 01:01:14,336
Mmm.

984
01:01:14,504 --> 01:01:15,837
He give her a ring?

985
01:01:16,005 --> 01:01:17,339
Yes, sir.
A big 'un.

986
01:01:17,507 --> 01:01:20,092
- Gotta gem.
- Mama checked it.

987
01:01:20,259 --> 01:01:21,426
It's bona fide.

988
01:01:21,594 --> 01:01:22,469
He's a suitor.

989
01:01:22,637 --> 01:01:23,512
What's his name?

990
01:01:23,680 --> 01:01:25,180
Vernon T. Waldrip.

991
01:01:25,348 --> 01:01:26,181
Uncle Vernon.

992
01:01:26,349 --> 01:01:27,432
Till tomorrow.

993
01:01:27,600 --> 01:01:28,725
Then he's gonna be Daddy.

994
01:01:28,893 --> 01:01:30,852
I am the only daddy
you got.

995
01:01:31,020 --> 01:01:32,479
I am the damn
paterfamilias.
996
01:01:32,647 --> 01:01:34,523
But you ain't
bona fide.

997
01:01:38,444 --> 01:01:39,611
Where's your mama?

998
01:01:39,779 --> 01:01:41,238
She's at
the five-and-dime.

999
01:01:41,406 --> 01:01:42,531
Buying nipples.

1000
01:01:43,783 --> 01:01:46,785
[Singing Somber Folk Music]

1001
01:01:59,632 --> 01:02:00,507
Daddy!

1002
01:02:00,675 --> 01:02:03,552
Hello, sugar! Ha ha!

1003
01:02:03,720 --> 01:02:05,554
Everett:
How's my little girl?

1004
01:02:05,722 --> 01:02:07,389
Hi.

1005
01:02:07,557 --> 01:02:08,598
Who the hell's that?

1006
01:02:08,766 --> 01:02:10,100
Starla Wharvey.

1007
01:02:10,268 --> 01:02:12,269
Starla McGill, you mean.

1008
01:02:12,437 --> 01:02:13,812
How come you never
told me about her?

1009
01:02:13,980 --> 01:02:15,272
'Cause you was
hit by a train.

1010
01:02:15,440 --> 01:02:16,440
That's another thing.

1011
01:02:16,607 --> 01:02:18,066
Why are you telling our gals
I was hit by a train?

1012
01:02:18,234 --> 01:02:20,068
Lots of respectable people
been hit by trains.

1013
01:02:20,236 --> 01:02:22,988
Judge Hobby over in Cookville
was hit by a train.

1014
01:02:23,156 --> 01:02:24,406
What was I supposed
to tell 'em...

1015
01:02:24,574 --> 01:02:25,907
that you were sent
to the penal farm...

1016
01:02:26,075 --> 01:02:27,784
and I divorced you
from shame?

1017
01:02:27,952 --> 01:02:29,286
I take your point.

1018
01:02:29,454 --> 01:02:30,954
But it does put me in
a damned awkward position...

1019
01:02:31,122 --> 01:02:32,539
vis vis my progeny.

1020
01:02:32,707 --> 01:02:33,623
Hello, Penny.

1021
01:02:33,791 --> 01:02:37,169
Is this gentlemen
bothering you?

1022
01:02:39,839 --> 01:02:41,381
You Waldrip?

1023
01:02:41,549 --> 01:02:43,842
Uh-huh. That's right.

1024
01:02:44,969 --> 01:02:46,428
Hmm.

1025
01:02:52,935 --> 01:02:53,852
[Sniffs]

1026
01:02:57,565 --> 01:02:59,649
You been using
my hair treatment?

1027
01:02:59,817 --> 01:03:01,985
Your hair treatment?

1028
01:03:02,153 --> 01:03:03,945
Excuse me.

1029
01:03:07,158 --> 01:03:09,034
I got news for you.

1030
01:03:09,202 --> 01:03:11,328
In case you hadn't noticed,
I wasn't hit by a train...

1031
01:03:11,496 --> 01:03:13,955
and I have traveled
many a weary mile...

1032
01:03:14,123 --> 01:03:18,960
to be back with my wife
and my 6 daughters.

1033
01:03:19,128 --> 01:03:20,712
Girl: Seven, Daddy!

1034
01:03:20,880 --> 01:03:22,380
That ain't your daddy,
Alvinelle.

1035
01:03:22,548 --> 01:03:23,673
Your daddy was hit
by a train.

1036
01:03:23,841 --> 01:03:25,342
Penny, you stop that!

1037
01:03:25,510 --> 01:03:27,469
No, you stop it!
Vernon here's got a job.

1038
01:03:27,637 --> 01:03:29,679
Vernon's got prospects.
He's bona fide.

1039
01:03:29,847 --> 01:03:30,889
What are you?

1040
01:03:31,057 --> 01:03:32,891
I'll tell you what I am...

1041
01:03:33,059 --> 01:03:36,102
I am the paterfamilias,
and you can't marry him!

1042
01:03:36,270 --> 01:03:39,231
I can, I am, and I will,
tomorrow.

1043
01:03:39,398 --> 01:03:40,941
I got to think about
the little Wharvey gals.

1044
01:03:41,108 --> 01:03:42,317
They look to me
for answers.

1045
01:03:42,485 --> 01:03:44,402
Vernon can support 'em...

1046
01:03:44,570 --> 01:03:45,862
and buy 'em lessons
on the clarinet.

1047
01:03:46,030 --> 01:03:47,239
The only good thing you
ever did for the gals...

1048
01:03:47,406 --> 01:03:48,824
was get hit
by that train!

1049
01:03:48,991 --> 01:03:54,287
Why, you lying
unconstant succubus.

1050
01:03:54,455 --> 01:03:55,539
Vernon:
Whoa, whoa, whoa!

1051
01:03:55,706 --> 01:03:58,542
You can't swear
at my fiancee!

1052
01:03:58,709 --> 01:03:59,543
Oh, yeah?

1053
01:03:59,710 --> 01:04:02,045
Well, you can't
marry my wife!

1054
01:04:04,340 --> 01:04:06,216
[Baby Fussing]

1055
01:04:09,095 --> 01:04:10,846
Unh! Unh!

1056
01:04:18,479 --> 01:04:20,188
[Groans]

1057
01:04:21,440 --> 01:04:25,026
[Crash]

1058
01:04:25,194 --> 01:04:26,236
Who is that man?

1059
01:04:26,404 --> 01:04:28,071
[Yelling]

1060
01:04:28,239 --> 01:04:30,991
He's not my husband.

1061
01:04:31,158 --> 01:04:33,493
Just a drifter, I guess.
1062
01:04:33,661 --> 01:04:35,453
Just some
no-account drifter.

1063
01:04:36,539 --> 01:04:37,581
Aah! Unh!

1064
01:04:39,166 --> 01:04:41,543
And stay out
of Woolworth's!

1065
01:04:45,882 --> 01:04:47,424
[Music Playing]

1066
01:04:47,592 --> 01:04:49,801
Woman: I'll bet
she does imitations, too.

1067
01:04:49,969 --> 01:04:54,389
Everett: Deceitful,
two-faced she-wolf.

1068
01:04:54,557 --> 01:04:56,600
Never trust a female,
Delmar.

1069
01:04:56,767 --> 01:04:58,101
Remember that
one simple precept...

1070
01:04:58,269 --> 01:05:00,687
and your time with me
will not have been ill-spent.

1071
01:05:00,855 --> 01:05:01,980
Okay, Everett.

1072
01:05:02,148 --> 01:05:03,940
"Hit by a train."

1073
01:05:04,108 --> 01:05:06,693
Truth means nothing
to a woman, Delmar.

1074
01:05:06,861 --> 01:05:08,028
Triumph of the subjective.

1075
01:05:08,195 --> 01:05:10,113
You ever been
with a woman?

1076
01:05:10,281 --> 01:05:12,908
Well, I've...

1077
01:05:13,075 --> 01:05:15,493
I-I got to get
the family farm back...

1078
01:05:15,661 --> 01:05:17,287
before I can start
thinking about that.

1079
01:05:17,455 --> 01:05:19,456
That's right. If then.

1080
01:05:19,624 --> 01:05:21,875
Believe me, Delmar,
a woman is the most fiendish...

1081
01:05:22,043 --> 01:05:23,793
instrument of torture
ever devised...

1082
01:05:23,961 --> 01:05:26,630
to bedevil the days of man.

1083
01:05:26,797 --> 01:05:29,716
Everett, I never figured you
for a paterfamilias.

1084
01:05:29,884 --> 01:05:34,638
Ohh, yes.
I have spread my seed.

1085
01:05:34,805 --> 01:05:36,139
And look what it's...

1086
01:05:36,307 --> 01:05:37,807
[Music Stops]

1087
01:05:37,975 --> 01:05:41,519
Everett: Goddamn it.
What the hell's going on?

1088
01:05:58,079 --> 01:05:59,955
[Blows Whistle]

1089
01:06:09,215 --> 01:06:11,132
[Shackles Rattling]

1090
01:06:37,284 --> 01:06:39,661
[Blows Whistle]

1091
01:06:41,288 --> 01:06:44,249
Guard: Okay, boys.
Enjoy your picture show.

1092
01:06:48,170 --> 01:06:50,213
[Music Starts]

1093
01:06:50,756 --> 01:06:52,757
[Man Singing Melancholy Broadway Music]

1094
01:06:56,637 --> 01:07:02,726
Pete: Do... not...
seek the treasure.

1095
01:07:04,186 --> 01:07:06,813
Do not...

1096
01:07:06,981 --> 01:07:08,732
seek the treasure.

1097
01:07:10,651 --> 01:07:12,694
Pete:
It's a bushwhack.

1098
01:07:12,862 --> 01:07:15,822
They're fixin' an ambush.

1099
01:07:15,990 --> 01:07:19,659
Do not seek the treasure.

1100
01:07:22,455 --> 01:07:25,206
We...

1101
01:07:25,374 --> 01:07:29,252
We thought you was...

1102
01:07:29,420 --> 01:07:30,879
a toad.

1103
01:07:35,092 --> 01:07:38,011
[Softly]
We... thought...

1104
01:07:38,179 --> 01:07:42,974
you... was... a toad.

1105
01:07:43,142 --> 01:07:49,147
Do not seek the treasure.

1106
01:07:49,315 --> 01:07:51,733
Guard: Quiet there!
Watch the picture!

1107
01:07:57,490 --> 01:07:58,990
Pappy:
I signed that bill.

1108
01:07:59,158 --> 01:08:02,285
I signed a dozen
agriculture bills.

1109
01:08:02,453 --> 01:08:05,288
Everyone knows I'm
a friend of the farmer.

1110
01:08:05,456 --> 01:08:08,249
What do I gotta do,
start tending livestock?

1111
01:08:08,417 --> 01:08:10,043
We can't do that, Daddy.

1112
01:08:10,211 --> 01:08:12,087
We might offend
our constituency.

1113
01:08:12,254 --> 01:08:13,713
We ain't got
a constituency!
1114
01:08:13,881 --> 01:08:15,799
Stokes got a constituency!

1115
01:08:17,426 --> 01:08:20,136
Well, it's a well-run campaign.

1116
01:08:20,304 --> 01:08:21,805
Midget and broom
and whatnot.

1117
01:08:21,972 --> 01:08:23,264
Devil his due.

1118
01:08:23,432 --> 01:08:24,974
Hell of an organization.

1119
01:08:25,142 --> 01:08:27,477
Say, I got an idea.

1120
01:08:27,645 --> 01:08:28,812
Man:
What's that, junior?

1121
01:08:28,979 --> 01:08:30,688
We can hire us
a little fella...

1122
01:08:30,856 --> 01:08:32,315
even smaller than Stokes's.

1123
01:08:32,483 --> 01:08:34,734
You slump-shouldered
sack of nuts!

1124
01:08:34,902 --> 01:08:37,862
Why, we'd look like a bunch
of Johnny-come-latelys...

1125
01:08:38,030 --> 01:08:40,115
breakin' out our own midget.

1126
01:08:40,282 --> 01:08:41,950
Don't matter how stumpy!

1127
01:08:42,118 --> 01:08:43,701
And that's the goddamn
problem right there.

1128
01:08:43,869 --> 01:08:46,955
People think Stokes
has got fresh ideas.

1129
01:08:47,123 --> 01:08:49,249
He's au courant
and we're the past!

1130
01:08:49,416 --> 01:08:51,126
It's a problem of...

1131
01:08:51,293 --> 01:08:52,669
- Perception.
- That's right.

1132
01:08:52,837 --> 01:08:54,462
Reason why he's pulling
our pants down.

1133
01:08:54,630 --> 01:08:55,839
Gonna paddle
a little behind.

1134
01:08:56,006 --> 01:08:58,258
Ain't gonna paddle it.
Gonna kick it. Real hard.

1135
01:08:58,425 --> 01:09:00,051
Man: No, I believe
he's gonna paddle it.

1136
01:09:00,219 --> 01:09:02,137
I don't believe that's
a proper description.

1137
01:09:02,304 --> 01:09:04,931
Well, that's how
I'd characterize it.

1138
01:09:05,099 --> 01:09:07,600
I believe it's more of
a kickin' situation.

1139
01:09:09,645 --> 01:09:11,604
[Thunder]

1140
01:09:22,950 --> 01:09:26,202
[Gasps]

1141
01:09:26,370 --> 01:09:28,454
God... God forgive me.

1142
01:09:28,622 --> 01:09:33,001
I could not gaze upon
that far shore.

1143
01:09:33,169 --> 01:09:34,252
Pete.

1144
01:09:34,420 --> 01:09:36,212
[Squeals]

1145
01:09:36,380 --> 01:09:37,213
Hold still!

1146
01:09:37,381 --> 01:09:41,050
Can't... stand much longer.

1147
01:09:41,218 --> 01:09:44,846
It was...it was
a mo-moment of weakness.

1148
01:09:45,014 --> 01:09:46,806
Quit yer babblin', Pete.
We gotta skedaddle.

1149
01:09:46,974 --> 01:09:48,766
Delmar: That's all I got.

1150
01:09:48,934 --> 01:09:51,686
They lured me out
for a bathe...

1151
01:09:51,854 --> 01:09:54,731
and then they dunked me,
trussed me up like a hog...

1152
01:09:54,899 --> 01:09:56,608
and turned me in
for the bounty.
1153
01:09:56,775 --> 01:09:57,984
I should have guessed it.

1154
01:09:58,152 --> 01:09:59,235
Typical womanly behavior.

1155
01:09:59,403 --> 01:10:00,737
We're just lucky we left...

1156
01:10:00,905 --> 01:10:01,905
before they came back for us.

1157
01:10:02,072 --> 01:10:03,948
We didn't abandon you, Pete.

1158
01:10:04,116 --> 01:10:06,284
We just thought
you was a toad.

1159
01:10:06,452 --> 01:10:08,870
No, they never did
turn me into a toad.

1160
01:10:09,038 --> 01:10:11,915
Well, that was
our mistake then.

1161
01:10:12,082 --> 01:10:14,459
And we was beat up
by a bible salesman...

1162
01:10:14,627 --> 01:10:17,086
and banished
from Woolworths.

1163
01:10:17,254 --> 01:10:18,588
I don't know, Everett.

1164
01:10:18,756 --> 01:10:20,381
Was it the one branch
or all of them?

1165
01:10:20,549 --> 01:10:23,384
Well, I ain't had it easy,
either, boys.
1166
01:10:23,552 --> 01:10:29,182
Frankly, uh, well, I...

1167
01:10:29,350 --> 01:10:31,768
I spilt my guts
about the treasure.

1168
01:10:31,936 --> 01:10:33,645
Huh?

1169
01:10:33,812 --> 01:10:39,108
I'm awful sorry
I betrayed you, fellas.

1170
01:10:39,276 --> 01:10:41,319
Must be my Hogwallop blood.

1171
01:10:43,739 --> 01:10:45,740
That's all right, Pete.

1172
01:10:45,908 --> 01:10:48,993
Awful white of you to take it
like that, Everett.

1173
01:10:49,161 --> 01:10:51,788
I feel wretched.

1174
01:10:51,956 --> 01:10:55,625
Spoiling your play for
a million dollar point two.

1175
01:10:55,793 --> 01:10:58,795
Pete Sobbing:
It's been eatin' at my guts.

1176
01:10:58,963 --> 01:11:01,297
Oh, that's all right.

1177
01:11:01,465 --> 01:11:03,049
[Sobs]

1178
01:11:03,217 --> 01:11:07,804
You boys are true friends!
Ohh!
1179
01:11:07,972 --> 01:11:10,765
You're my boon companions.

1180
01:11:10,933 --> 01:11:12,767
Pete, I don't want you...

1181
01:11:12,935 --> 01:11:14,894
to beat yourself up
about this, eh?

1182
01:11:15,062 --> 01:11:16,396
I can't help it...

1183
01:11:16,563 --> 01:11:21,067
but that's a-a
wonderful thing to say.

1184
01:11:21,235 --> 01:11:24,279
[Sobbing]

1185
01:11:24,446 --> 01:11:26,239
Yeah.

1186
01:11:26,407 --> 01:11:29,492
Pete, uh...

1187
01:11:29,660 --> 01:11:33,496
the fact of the matter is...

1188
01:11:36,000 --> 01:11:38,543
damn it.

1189
01:11:38,711 --> 01:11:39,836
There ain't no treasure.

1190
01:11:43,132 --> 01:11:45,508
Fact of the matter is
there never was.

1191
01:11:45,676 --> 01:11:47,510
But...

1192
01:11:47,678 --> 01:11:52,015
So where's all the money
from the armored car job?
1193
01:11:53,559 --> 01:11:56,769
Never knocked over
no armored car.

1194
01:11:56,937 --> 01:12:00,106
Sent up for practicing
law without a license.

1195
01:12:00,274 --> 01:12:01,107
But...

1196
01:12:01,275 --> 01:12:03,026
Damn it,
I had to bust out.

1197
01:12:03,193 --> 01:12:05,528
My wife wrote me
she was getting married...

1198
01:12:05,696 --> 01:12:07,488
I gotta stop it.

1199
01:12:07,656 --> 01:12:10,783
I had 2 weeks left
on my sentence.

1200
01:12:10,951 --> 01:12:11,826
I couldn't wait 2 weeks.

1201
01:12:11,994 --> 01:12:13,077
She's getting
married tomorrow.

1202
01:12:13,245 --> 01:12:16,539
My added time
for the escape...

1203
01:12:16,707 --> 01:12:21,461
I don't get out now
till 19... 87.

1204
01:12:21,628 --> 01:12:23,463
I am sorry about that.

1205
01:12:23,630 --> 01:12:26,174
I'll be...

1206
01:12:26,342 --> 01:12:29,635
84 years old.

1207
01:12:29,803 --> 01:12:33,097
I guess they'll tack on
50 years for me, too.

1208
01:12:33,265 --> 01:12:36,225
Boys, we was
chained together.

1209
01:12:36,393 --> 01:12:37,727
I had to tell you
something.

1210
01:12:37,895 --> 01:12:40,563
Busting out alone
was not an option.

1211
01:12:40,731 --> 01:12:42,273
I'm sorry.

1212
01:12:43,359 --> 01:12:46,986
84 years old.

1213
01:12:47,154 --> 01:12:50,281
Well, I'll only be 82.

1214
01:12:50,449 --> 01:12:52,950
You! You ruined my life!

1215
01:12:53,118 --> 01:12:53,951
Unh!

1216
01:12:54,119 --> 01:12:56,454
You ruined my life!

1217
01:12:56,622 --> 01:12:58,748
[Choking] I do apologize
about that, Pete.

1218
01:12:58,916 --> 01:13:01,167
84 years old!
1219
01:13:01,335 --> 01:13:03,294
I'll be going...

1220
01:13:03,462 --> 01:13:05,129
Everett: Delmar!

1221
01:13:05,297 --> 01:13:07,548
[Yelling]

1222
01:13:09,176 --> 01:13:11,427
Delmar:
Now, boys. Boys.

1223
01:13:11,595 --> 01:13:12,720
[Scuffling]

1224
01:13:17,559 --> 01:13:19,519
[Men Chanting]

1225
01:14:11,029 --> 01:14:14,866
[Singing Somber Folk Music]

1226
01:14:49,359 --> 01:14:51,486
Delmar: That's Tommy.
They got Tommy.

1227
01:14:51,653 --> 01:14:54,947
[Leader Singing
Indistinctly]

1228
01:14:55,115 --> 01:14:56,282
Noose.

1229
01:14:59,661 --> 01:15:02,663
Sweet Jesus,
we got to save him.

1230
01:15:17,888 --> 01:15:19,013
The color guard.

1231
01:15:45,791 --> 01:15:47,041
Brothers!

1232
01:15:48,335 --> 01:15:51,087
Leader:
Oh, brothers!

1233
01:15:51,255 --> 01:15:54,423
We have all gathered here...

1234
01:15:54,591 --> 01:15:59,262
to preserve our hallowed
culture and heritage...

1235
01:15:59,429 --> 01:16:01,514
from intrusion...

1236
01:16:01,682 --> 01:16:03,516
inclusion...

1237
01:16:03,684 --> 01:16:05,434
and dilution...

1238
01:16:05,602 --> 01:16:08,437
of color, of creed...

1239
01:16:08,605 --> 01:16:10,773
and of our old-time religion.

1240
01:16:10,941 --> 01:16:15,444
Leader: We aim to pull
evil up by the root...

1241
01:16:15,612 --> 01:16:17,738
before it chokes out...

1242
01:16:17,906 --> 01:16:21,784
the flower of
our culture and heritage.

1243
01:16:21,952 --> 01:16:22,785
And our women.

1244
01:16:22,953 --> 01:16:25,788
Let's not forget
those ladies, y'all...

1245
01:16:25,956 --> 01:16:28,916
looking to us
for protection...
1246
01:16:29,084 --> 01:16:30,376
from darkies...

1247
01:16:30,544 --> 01:16:31,961
from jews...

1248
01:16:32,129 --> 01:16:33,921
from papists...

1249
01:16:34,089 --> 01:16:36,090
and from all
those smart-ass folks...

1250
01:16:36,258 --> 01:16:39,969
say we come descended
from monkeys.

1251
01:16:40,137 --> 01:16:42,096
That's not
my culture and heritage.

1252
01:16:42,264 --> 01:16:43,306
Klansmen: Yes!

1253
01:16:43,473 --> 01:16:44,974
Is that
your culture and heritage?

1254
01:16:45,142 --> 01:16:47,351
Klansmen: No!

1255
01:16:47,519 --> 01:16:50,187
And so...

1256
01:16:50,355 --> 01:16:52,315
we gonna hang us a Negro.

1257
01:16:52,482 --> 01:16:55,443
Klansmen:
Hooray, hooray!

1258
01:16:56,486 --> 01:16:58,446
[Klansmen Chanting]

1259
01:17:06,204 --> 01:17:08,080
I ain't never harmed you...

1260
01:17:08,248 --> 01:17:09,665
Neither of you gentlemen.

1261
01:17:12,210 --> 01:17:13,794
Everett: Uh...
[Chants]

1262
01:17:29,019 --> 01:17:30,227
[Sniffs]

1263
01:17:30,395 --> 01:17:31,604
Mm-hmm.

1264
01:17:33,273 --> 01:17:34,982
I ain't never
harmed nobody.

1265
01:17:38,820 --> 01:17:39,904
Everett:
Hey, hey, Tommy.

1266
01:17:40,072 --> 01:17:41,197
Huh?

1267
01:17:41,365 --> 01:17:43,282
Everett: Tommy,
we come to rescue you.

1268
01:17:43,450 --> 01:17:45,618
That's mighty kind
of you boys...

1269
01:17:45,786 --> 01:17:49,038
but I don't think nothing's
going to save me now.

1270
01:17:49,206 --> 01:17:53,209
Tommy: The devil's come
to collect his due.

1271
01:17:53,377 --> 01:17:55,378
Pete:
Don't be crazy, Tommy.

1272
01:17:55,545 --> 01:17:57,380
You don't want
to get hanged.

1273
01:17:57,547 --> 01:17:59,715
Well, nah,
I don't reckon I do...

1274
01:17:59,883 --> 01:18:02,468
but that's the way
it seems to be working out.

1275
01:18:05,389 --> 01:18:07,139
Everett: Listen, Tommy,
I got a plan.

1276
01:18:07,307 --> 01:18:08,849
[Klansmen Gasp]

1277
01:18:10,268 --> 01:18:11,644
Klansmen: No!

1278
01:18:12,854 --> 01:18:14,772
[Klansmen Murmur]

1279
01:18:17,526 --> 01:18:18,818
The color guard is colored.

1280
01:18:18,985 --> 01:18:20,736
[Klansmen Shouting]

1281
01:18:20,904 --> 01:18:22,154
Who made them
the color guard?

1282
01:18:25,826 --> 01:18:28,202
Run, boys!

1283
01:18:28,370 --> 01:18:30,246
[Klansmen Yelling]

1284
01:18:32,457 --> 01:18:34,667
Whoa!

1285
01:18:34,835 --> 01:18:35,960
No, no, son!
1286
01:18:36,128 --> 01:18:37,420
[Klansmen Gasp]

1287
01:18:38,880 --> 01:18:41,215
Homer: Can't let that flag
touch the ground!

1288
01:18:46,596 --> 01:18:47,596
[Klansmen Gasp]

1289
01:18:47,764 --> 01:18:49,014
Ooh.

1290
01:18:50,308 --> 01:18:51,350
Heh heh.

1291
01:18:57,232 --> 01:18:58,315
[Neighs]

1292
01:19:01,027 --> 01:19:02,737
[Women Singing]

1293
01:19:07,242 --> 01:19:08,701
Pappy: Leave me alone.
Get your hands off me.

1294
01:19:08,869 --> 01:19:12,079
I can do this myself.
Get away from me.

1295
01:19:12,247 --> 01:19:14,749
I'm saying we should
hire this man away.

1296
01:19:14,916 --> 01:19:15,791
That's a good idea, Pappy.

1297
01:19:15,959 --> 01:19:16,792
Hell of an idea.

1298
01:19:16,960 --> 01:19:17,793
Can't beat 'em,
join 'em.

1299
01:19:17,961 --> 01:19:19,712
Have him join us.
Run our campaign...

1300
01:19:19,880 --> 01:19:20,838
instead of
that egghead's.

1301
01:19:21,006 --> 01:19:23,048
Enticements of power,
wealth, et cetera.

1302
01:19:23,216 --> 01:19:25,301
No one says no
to Pappy O'Daniel.

1303
01:19:25,469 --> 01:19:26,385
Oh, gracious, no...

1304
01:19:26,553 --> 01:19:27,803
Not with his
blandishments.

1305
01:19:27,971 --> 01:19:28,971
And powers of persuasion.

1306
01:19:29,139 --> 01:19:30,306
What's his name again?

1307
01:19:30,474 --> 01:19:31,307
The campaign manager?

1308
01:19:31,475 --> 01:19:32,308
Yes.

1309
01:19:32,476 --> 01:19:33,309
Waldrip.

1310
01:19:33,477 --> 01:19:34,310
Vernon Waldrip.

1311
01:19:34,478 --> 01:19:35,311
Vernon T. Waldrip.

1312
01:19:35,479 --> 01:19:36,395
Hmm.
1313
01:19:44,029 --> 01:19:45,362
Everett: It's
an invitation-only affair.

1314
01:19:45,530 --> 01:19:46,489
We'll have to sneak in...

1315
01:19:46,656 --> 01:19:47,531
through
the service entrance.

1316
01:19:47,699 --> 01:19:48,532
Hold on.

1317
01:19:48,700 --> 01:19:50,201
Pete: Wait a minute.

1318
01:19:50,368 --> 01:19:52,703
Who elected you
leader of this outfit?

1319
01:19:52,871 --> 01:19:55,080
Since we've been
following your lead...

1320
01:19:55,248 --> 01:19:57,082
we got nothing
but trouble.

1321
01:19:57,250 --> 01:20:00,044
I've gotten this close
to being strung up...

1322
01:20:00,212 --> 01:20:03,380
and consumed in a fire
and whipped no end...

1323
01:20:03,548 --> 01:20:05,382
and sunstroked
and soggied.

1324
01:20:05,550 --> 01:20:07,051
And turned into a frog.

1325
01:20:07,219 --> 01:20:08,761
He wasn't
turned into a frog.

1326
01:20:08,929 --> 01:20:11,889
Almost loved up, though.

1327
01:20:13,308 --> 01:20:17,102
So, you're against me
now, too?

1328
01:20:17,270 --> 01:20:18,687
Is that how it is, boys?

1329
01:20:20,941 --> 01:20:23,067
The whole world...

1330
01:20:23,235 --> 01:20:25,194
and God almighty...

1331
01:20:25,362 --> 01:20:26,612
Now you?

1332
01:20:30,534 --> 01:20:32,576
I guess I deserve it.

1333
01:20:32,744 --> 01:20:34,411
[Sighs]

1334
01:20:34,579 --> 01:20:36,372
Boys...

1335
01:20:36,540 --> 01:20:40,209
I know that I made
some tactical mistakes...

1336
01:20:40,377 --> 01:20:41,794
but if you just
stick with me...

1337
01:20:41,962 --> 01:20:43,587
I got a plan.
Believe me, boys...

1338
01:20:43,755 --> 01:20:45,548
we can fix this thing...
1339
01:20:45,715 --> 01:20:46,590
and I can get
my wife back...

1340
01:20:46,758 --> 01:20:47,675
and we can
get out of here.

1341
01:20:47,843 --> 01:20:49,552
[Car Horn Honks]

1342
01:20:52,264 --> 01:20:55,432
Goddamn disgrace!

1343
01:20:55,600 --> 01:20:58,060
Made a travesty
of the entire evening.

1344
01:20:58,228 --> 01:20:59,311
Ohh.

1345
01:20:59,479 --> 01:21:02,231
What I wouldn't give to get
ahold of those agitators.

1346
01:21:02,399 --> 01:21:04,191
I mean, whoever heard
of such behavior...

1347
01:21:04,359 --> 01:21:06,068
even amongst the colored?

1348
01:21:06,236 --> 01:21:07,194
Or mulattos, maybe.

1349
01:21:07,362 --> 01:21:09,613
I suspect some miscegenation
in their heritage.

1350
01:21:09,781 --> 01:21:11,073
How else you going
to explain it?

1351
01:21:11,241 --> 01:21:13,576
Using a confederate flag
as a missile...
1352
01:21:13,743 --> 01:21:16,245
Crazy! No one's
ever going to believe...

1353
01:21:16,413 --> 01:21:17,413
we're a real band.

1354
01:21:17,581 --> 01:21:18,539
No. It's going to work.

1355
01:21:18,707 --> 01:21:20,541
I just got to get
close enough to talk to her.

1356
01:21:20,709 --> 01:21:21,834
Taking off with us
has got more future...

1357
01:21:22,002 --> 01:21:23,627
than marrying
some guy named Waldrip.

1358
01:21:23,795 --> 01:21:25,462
I'm goddamn bona fide.

1359
01:21:25,630 --> 01:21:26,922
I got the answers.

1360
01:21:27,090 --> 01:21:28,382
Delmar: Everett,
my beard itches.

1361
01:21:28,550 --> 01:21:30,509
[Applause]

1362
01:21:34,848 --> 01:21:36,056
Hey. Hey.

1363
01:21:36,224 --> 01:21:38,100
[Applause Stops]

1364
01:21:41,563 --> 01:21:44,189
"In the Jailhouse Now,"
fellers...
1365
01:21:44,357 --> 01:21:46,233
neighborhood of "B."

1366
01:21:46,401 --> 01:21:48,110
[Song Begins]

1367
01:21:48,278 --> 01:21:50,195
[Applause]

1368
01:21:52,032 --> 01:21:54,074
Psst!

1369
01:21:54,242 --> 01:21:55,075
[Whispering]
Penny.

1370
01:21:55,243 --> 01:21:57,912
Everett: Ahem.

1371
01:21:58,079 --> 01:21:59,580
It's me.

1372
01:22:01,082 --> 01:22:02,041
No.

1373
01:22:03,710 --> 01:22:05,169
Everett:
Honey, honey.

1374
01:22:05,462 --> 01:22:08,464
[Singing Adventurous Folk Music]

1375
01:22:19,184 --> 01:22:22,144
We're leaving the state.

1376
01:22:22,312 --> 01:22:23,979
Pursuing opportunities
in another venue.

1377
01:22:24,147 --> 01:22:26,315
Everett:
I got big plans.

1378
01:22:26,483 --> 01:22:27,775
Not minstrels...
this here's just a dodge.

1379
01:22:27,943 --> 01:22:29,276
I'm going to be a dentist.

1380
01:22:29,444 --> 01:22:32,863
Everett: I know this guy
who'll print me up a license.

1381
01:22:49,631 --> 01:22:52,633
[Yodeling]

1382
01:23:12,112 --> 01:23:13,862
[Whispering]

1383
01:23:14,030 --> 01:23:16,365
Why, that is
an improper suggestion.

1384
01:23:16,533 --> 01:23:18,575
I...l...l can't switch sides...

1385
01:23:18,743 --> 01:23:21,704
in the middle
of a campaign...

1386
01:23:21,871 --> 01:23:25,374
Especially to work for a man
who lacks moral fiber.

1387
01:23:25,542 --> 01:23:26,834
Moral fiber?

1388
01:23:27,002 --> 01:23:28,919
Why, you little
pasty-face sumbitch.

1389
01:23:29,087 --> 01:23:30,754
I invented moral fiber.

1390
01:23:30,922 --> 01:23:32,089
Pappy O'Daniel
was displaying...

1391
01:23:32,257 --> 01:23:33,382
rectitude
and high-mindedness...

1392
01:23:33,550 --> 01:23:35,300
when that egghead
you work for...

1393
01:23:35,468 --> 01:23:36,885
was still messing
his drawers.

1394
01:23:37,053 --> 01:23:38,345
Everett Whispering:
Psst! Honey.

1395
01:23:38,513 --> 01:23:39,888
[Whispering]
Go away.

1396
01:23:40,056 --> 01:23:42,558
I want to be what
you want me to be, honey.

1397
01:23:42,726 --> 01:23:44,226
I want you and the gals
to come with me.

1398
01:23:44,394 --> 01:23:45,602
What, dear?

1399
01:23:50,775 --> 01:23:54,278
What are you
doing here, Pappy?

1400
01:23:54,446 --> 01:23:55,279
Well, I guess
someone let on...

1401
01:23:55,447 --> 01:23:56,572
we was giving out liquor.

1402
01:23:56,740 --> 01:23:57,698
Yeah, well,
you'll be laughing...

1403
01:23:57,866 --> 01:23:59,742
out the other side
of your face come November.
1404
01:23:59,909 --> 01:24:01,702
Man: Pappy O'Daniel
will be laughing then.

1405
01:24:01,870 --> 01:24:03,579
Not out the other side
of his face, though.

1406
01:24:03,747 --> 01:24:05,622
Oh, no, no, no.
Just the regular side.

1407
01:24:06,374 --> 01:24:09,376
[Yodeling]

1408
01:24:19,137 --> 01:24:20,721
They're my daughters,
too, Penny.

1409
01:24:20,889 --> 01:24:24,308
Ain't you ever heard of amor fidelis?

1410
01:24:24,476 --> 01:24:25,517
[Singing Upbeat Folk Music]

1411
01:24:25,685 --> 01:24:27,770
[Applause]

1412
01:24:31,775 --> 01:24:33,734
[Cheering]

1413
01:24:36,488 --> 01:24:38,405
[Audience Clapping
In Rhythm]

1414
01:24:53,088 --> 01:24:55,839
Hot damn!
It's the Soggy Bottom Boys!

1415
01:25:17,862 --> 01:25:20,197
[Audience Cheering]

1416
01:25:20,365 --> 01:25:22,074
Oh!
1417
01:25:23,785 --> 01:25:25,786
Audience: Whoo!

1418
01:25:35,296 --> 01:25:36,505
Holy moley!

1419
01:25:36,673 --> 01:25:37,840
These boys are a hit.

1420
01:25:38,007 --> 01:25:40,509
But, Pappy,
they's integrated.

1421
01:25:40,677 --> 01:25:43,053
Wait a minute.

1422
01:25:43,221 --> 01:25:45,722
Well, I guess folks don't
mind they's integrated.

1423
01:25:45,890 --> 01:25:48,183
You's miscegenated.

1424
01:25:48,351 --> 01:25:50,310
Homer: All you boys
is miscegenated!

1425
01:25:50,478 --> 01:25:51,520
Give me the microphone!

1426
01:25:51,688 --> 01:25:54,940
Give me the microphone!
Give me the microphone!

1427
01:25:55,108 --> 01:25:57,192
These boys is not white.

1428
01:25:57,360 --> 01:25:58,735
These boys
is not white.

1429
01:25:58,903 --> 01:26:00,529
Hell, they ain't even
old-timey.

1430
01:26:00,697 --> 01:26:03,282
Look, I happen to know,
ladies and gentlemen...

1431
01:26:03,449 --> 01:26:05,200
that this band
of miscreants here...

1432
01:26:05,368 --> 01:26:06,326
this very evening...

1433
01:26:06,494 --> 01:26:08,245
interfered with a lynch mob...

1434
01:26:08,413 --> 01:26:11,999
in the performance
of its duties.

1435
01:26:12,167 --> 01:26:13,625
Oh, yeah, it's true.

1436
01:26:13,793 --> 01:26:16,378
See, I belong to a certain
secret society.

1437
01:26:16,546 --> 01:26:19,673
I don't believe I got to
mention its name, you know?

1438
01:26:19,841 --> 01:26:22,342
Man:
Let 'em play! Go on!

1439
01:26:22,510 --> 01:26:23,969
Hmm.

1440
01:26:24,137 --> 01:26:26,096
And these boys here...

1441
01:26:26,264 --> 01:26:28,307
they trampled all over
our venerated observances...

1442
01:26:28,474 --> 01:26:29,474
and rituals.

1443
01:26:29,642 --> 01:26:33,145
Now, this here music
is over, all right?

1444
01:26:33,313 --> 01:26:34,938
And I have... No! Hey!

1445
01:26:35,106 --> 01:26:37,733
Homer: Hey, I ain't...
listen to me.

1446
01:26:37,901 --> 01:26:39,985
Folks, listen to me. l...

1447
01:26:40,153 --> 01:26:43,363
These boys desecrated
a fiery cross.

1448
01:26:43,531 --> 01:26:44,573
[Whispers]

1449
01:26:44,741 --> 01:26:46,909
Man: We was all
havin' a good time!

1450
01:26:47,076 --> 01:26:48,535
And they's convicts, folks...

1451
01:26:48,703 --> 01:26:51,163
Fugitives
escaped off the farm.

1452
01:26:51,331 --> 01:26:53,707
Now, folks, these boys
got to be remanded...

1453
01:26:53,875 --> 01:26:55,250
to the authorities.

1454
01:26:55,418 --> 01:26:56,460
Criminals!

1455
01:26:56,628 --> 01:26:59,379
And I have it
from the highest authority...

1456
01:26:59,547 --> 01:27:02,674
that that Negro
sold his soul to the devil!

1457
01:27:02,842 --> 01:27:04,468
Ohh!

1458
01:27:04,636 --> 01:27:05,761
Homer: Wait, wait, wait
a minute, now, folks.

1459
01:27:05,929 --> 01:27:07,804
No! It's true!

1460
01:27:07,972 --> 01:27:09,932
It's true.

1461
01:27:10,099 --> 01:27:11,350
Wait a minute.
Wait a minute, folks.

1462
01:27:11,517 --> 01:27:14,728
Is you is, or is you ain't
my constituency?

1463
01:27:14,896 --> 01:27:15,938
Crowd Booing: No!

1464
01:27:16,105 --> 01:27:17,439
Homer: Is you is,
or is you ain't...

1465
01:27:17,607 --> 01:27:18,732
my constituency?

1466
01:27:18,900 --> 01:27:21,068
Crowd: No!

1467
01:27:21,236 --> 01:27:22,486
[Crowd Booing]

1468
01:27:22,654 --> 01:27:23,904
Is you is...

1469
01:27:24,072 --> 01:27:26,990
Is you is,
or is you ain't...

1470
01:27:27,158 --> 01:27:28,533
Homer: My constituency?

1471
01:27:28,701 --> 01:27:31,203
Oh, come on, folks.

1472
01:27:31,371 --> 01:27:32,955
No. It's Homer now.

1473
01:27:33,122 --> 01:27:35,290
Come on. I'm a friend
of the little man.

1474
01:27:35,458 --> 01:27:37,084
- Ha ha ha ha!
- Waah!

1475
01:27:41,089 --> 01:27:42,589
[Booing Stops]

1476
01:27:46,594 --> 01:27:48,178
Homer: This is not fair!

1477
01:27:48,346 --> 01:27:49,930
Hey! Come on!

1478
01:27:50,098 --> 01:27:51,974
[Crowd Cheering]

1479
01:27:53,059 --> 01:27:53,934
Come on, now, folks...

1480
01:27:54,102 --> 01:27:55,727
we got a little
misunderstanding here.

1481
01:27:55,895 --> 01:27:57,187
Goddamn!

1482
01:28:03,486 --> 01:28:06,488
[Singing Upbeat Folk Music]

1483
01:28:35,893 --> 01:28:38,228
Goddamn!
Opportunity knocks.

1484
01:28:39,814 --> 01:28:42,024
Get out of my way!

1485
01:28:50,241 --> 01:28:51,366
[Crowd Cheering]

1486
01:29:10,219 --> 01:29:11,386
That's fine.

1487
01:29:11,554 --> 01:29:12,554
That's fine!

1488
01:29:16,851 --> 01:29:19,436
Ladies and gentlemens...

1489
01:29:19,604 --> 01:29:22,022
here and
listening at home...

1490
01:29:22,190 --> 01:29:25,400
the great state
of Mississippi...

1491
01:29:25,568 --> 01:29:27,569
Pappy O'Daniel, governor...

1492
01:29:27,737 --> 01:29:29,988
Wants to thank
the Soggy Bottom Boys...

1493
01:29:30,156 --> 01:29:32,032
for that wonderful
performance.

1494
01:29:36,037 --> 01:29:38,205
And it looks like...

1495
01:29:38,373 --> 01:29:40,415
the only man
in this great state...

1496
01:29:40,583 --> 01:29:42,125
who ain't a music lover...
1497
01:29:42,293 --> 01:29:44,753
is my esteemed opponent
in the upcoming...

1498
01:29:44,921 --> 01:29:47,005
Homer Stokes.

1499
01:29:47,173 --> 01:29:48,799
Yeah, well, there ain't
no accounting for taste.

1500
01:29:48,966 --> 01:29:50,133
[Crowd Boos]

1501
01:29:50,301 --> 01:29:51,802
He sounded to me
like he was harboring...

1502
01:29:51,969 --> 01:29:53,470
some kind of
hateful grudge...

1503
01:29:53,638 --> 01:29:55,347
against the Soggy Bottom Boys...

1504
01:29:55,515 --> 01:29:58,100
on account of
their rough and rowdy past.

1505
01:29:58,267 --> 01:29:59,101
[Boos]

1506
01:29:59,268 --> 01:30:00,102
Pappy: Looks like...

1507
01:30:00,269 --> 01:30:01,603
Looks like...

1508
01:30:01,771 --> 01:30:03,355
Homer Stokes
is the kind of fellow...

1509
01:30:03,523 --> 01:30:05,273
wants to cast
the first stone.
1510
01:30:05,441 --> 01:30:06,525
[Crowd Boos]

1511
01:30:06,692 --> 01:30:08,777
Well, I'm with you, folks.

1512
01:30:08,945 --> 01:30:11,113
I'm a forgive and forget
Christian...

1513
01:30:11,280 --> 01:30:14,783
and I say if
their rambunctiousness...

1514
01:30:14,951 --> 01:30:18,036
and misdemeanoring
is behind them...

1515
01:30:18,204 --> 01:30:19,371
It is, ain't it, boys?

1516
01:30:19,539 --> 01:30:21,289
Yes, sir, it is.

1517
01:30:21,457 --> 01:30:23,417
Well, then, I say...

1518
01:30:23,584 --> 01:30:26,002
by the power vested in me...

1519
01:30:26,170 --> 01:30:29,089
these boys
is hereby pardoned.

1520
01:30:32,427 --> 01:30:34,553
And furthermore...

1521
01:30:35,888 --> 01:30:38,807
in the second Pappy O'Daniel
administration...

1522
01:30:38,975 --> 01:30:42,310
these boys is going to be
in my brain trust.
1523
01:30:42,478 --> 01:30:43,437
[Crowd Cheers]

1524
01:30:47,358 --> 01:30:48,650
What's that mean, Everett?

1525
01:30:48,818 --> 01:30:51,403
Well, Delmar, it means
that you and me...

1526
01:30:51,571 --> 01:30:52,946
and Pete and Tommy
are going to be...

1527
01:30:53,114 --> 01:30:55,449
the power behind
the throne, so to speak.

1528
01:30:55,616 --> 01:30:58,243
Oh, okay.

1529
01:30:58,411 --> 01:31:00,162
Pappy:
So, without further ado...

1530
01:31:00,329 --> 01:31:03,206
and by way of endorsing
my candidacy...

1531
01:31:03,374 --> 01:31:05,000
the Soggy Bottom Boys...

1532
01:31:05,168 --> 01:31:06,835
is going to lead us all
in a chorus...

1533
01:31:07,003 --> 01:31:09,379
of "You Are My Sunshine."

1534
01:31:09,547 --> 01:31:10,505
[Crowd Cheers]

1535
01:31:10,673 --> 01:31:11,840
Ain't you, boys?

1536
01:31:13,301 --> 01:31:14,718
Governor, it's one
of our favorites.

1537
01:31:14,886 --> 01:31:16,678
Son...

1538
01:31:16,846 --> 01:31:19,473
you're going to go far.

1539
01:31:19,640 --> 01:31:23,435
[All Singing Upbeat Folk Music]

1540
01:31:44,499 --> 01:31:46,249
I guess
Vernon T. Waldrip...

1541
01:31:46,417 --> 01:31:48,376
is gonna be
going on relief.

1542
01:31:48,544 --> 01:31:51,421
Maybe I can throw
a little patronage his way...

1543
01:31:51,589 --> 01:31:52,964
Get him a job
digging ditches...

1544
01:31:53,132 --> 01:31:54,633
or rounding up
stray dogs.

1545
01:31:54,800 --> 01:31:57,219
So, is the marriage off,
then, Miss Wharvey?

1546
01:31:57,386 --> 01:31:58,512
It's McGill.

1547
01:31:58,679 --> 01:32:01,223
No. The marriage will
take place as planned.

1548
01:32:01,390 --> 01:32:03,308
With a little
change of cast.
1549
01:32:03,476 --> 01:32:05,644
Me and the little lady are
going to pick up the pieces...

1550
01:32:05,811 --> 01:32:08,980
and retie the knot,
mixaphorically speaking.

1551
01:32:09,148 --> 01:32:11,566
You boys are invited,
of course.

1552
01:32:11,734 --> 01:32:13,527
Hell,
you're the best men.

1553
01:32:13,694 --> 01:32:14,986
I already got the rings.

1554
01:32:16,155 --> 01:32:17,239
Where's your ring, honey?

1555
01:32:17,406 --> 01:32:19,908
I ain't worn it since
our divorce came through.

1556
01:32:20,076 --> 01:32:22,077
It must still be in
the roll-top in the old cabin.

1557
01:32:22,245 --> 01:32:23,620
Never thought I'd need it.

1558
01:32:23,788 --> 01:32:25,830
Vernon bought one
encrusted with jewels.

1559
01:32:25,998 --> 01:32:28,250
Now's the time
to buy it off him cheap.

1560
01:32:30,253 --> 01:32:31,419
We ain't getting married
with his ring.

1561
01:32:31,587 --> 01:32:33,255
You said you'd changed.

1562
01:32:33,422 --> 01:32:34,756
Honey, it's just
an old pewter thing.

1563
01:32:34,924 --> 01:32:35,924
Ain't going
to be no wedding.

1564
01:32:36,092 --> 01:32:37,717
It's just a symbol, honey.

1565
01:32:37,885 --> 01:32:38,718
No wedding.

1566
01:32:38,886 --> 01:32:40,428
We'll go fetch it
with you, Everett.

1567
01:32:40,596 --> 01:32:42,222
It's just a...
Shut up, Delmar.

1568
01:32:42,390 --> 01:32:43,431
It's just a symbol.

1569
01:32:43,599 --> 01:32:47,185
I've spoken my piece
and counted to 3.

1570
01:32:47,353 --> 01:32:48,520
She counted to 3.

1571
01:32:48,688 --> 01:32:51,273
Goddamn it.

1572
01:32:51,440 --> 01:32:52,983
She counted to 3.

1573
01:32:53,150 --> 01:32:54,401
Son of a bitch!

1574
01:32:54,569 --> 01:32:57,112
You have any idea
how far that cabin is?

1575
01:32:57,280 --> 01:32:59,197
[Music Playing]

1576
01:33:05,746 --> 01:33:07,622
[Crowd Shouting]

1577
01:33:09,792 --> 01:33:11,084
[George Laughing]

1578
01:33:13,921 --> 01:33:15,255
George?

1579
01:33:15,423 --> 01:33:17,173
Hello, boys!

1580
01:33:17,341 --> 01:33:18,717
Well, these little men...

1581
01:33:18,884 --> 01:33:21,595
finally caught up with
the criminal of the century.

1582
01:33:21,762 --> 01:33:23,972
Looks like the chair
for George Nelson.

1583
01:33:24,140 --> 01:33:26,891
George:
Yup, gonna electrify me.

1584
01:33:27,059 --> 01:33:29,561
I'm going to go off
like a Roman candle.

1585
01:33:29,729 --> 01:33:30,770
Ha ha ha!

1586
01:33:30,938 --> 01:33:32,188
20,000 volts...

1587
01:33:32,356 --> 01:33:34,441
chasing a rabbit
through yours truly.
1588
01:33:34,609 --> 01:33:35,817
George: Gol damn...

1589
01:33:35,985 --> 01:33:38,445
gonna suck all the power
right out of the state.

1590
01:33:38,613 --> 01:33:41,114
Gonna shoot sparks
out the top of my head...

1591
01:33:41,282 --> 01:33:43,283
and lightning
from my fingertips!

1592
01:33:43,451 --> 01:33:45,118
George:
I'm George Nelson...

1593
01:33:45,286 --> 01:33:47,912
and I'm feeling
10 feet tall!

1594
01:33:48,080 --> 01:33:51,708
Looks like George
is right back on top again.

1595
01:33:53,085 --> 01:33:54,461
Woman: Cow killer!

1596
01:33:54,629 --> 01:33:56,838
[Bell Tinkles]

1597
01:33:57,006 --> 01:33:57,964
[Moos]

1598
01:34:07,516 --> 01:34:09,017
Well, at least
you boys get to see...

1599
01:34:09,185 --> 01:34:11,519
the ancestral manse...

1600
01:34:11,687 --> 01:34:14,064
The home where I spent
so many a happy day...
1601
01:34:14,231 --> 01:34:16,149
in the bosom
of my family...

1602
01:34:16,317 --> 01:34:17,859
refugin', if you will...

1603
01:34:18,027 --> 01:34:19,653
With a mighty oak tree
out front...

1604
01:34:19,820 --> 01:34:22,739
and a happy
little tire swing on it.

1605
01:34:27,703 --> 01:34:31,164
Where's the happy
little tire swing?

1606
01:34:33,250 --> 01:34:36,419
Cooley:
End of the road, boys.

1607
01:34:36,587 --> 01:34:37,545
No. Wait a minute.

1608
01:34:37,713 --> 01:34:38,755
Man:
Let's go, boys.

1609
01:34:38,923 --> 01:34:40,298
Cooley: It's had
its twists and turns.

1610
01:34:40,466 --> 01:34:43,510
Now it deposits you here.

1611
01:34:43,678 --> 01:34:44,928
Wait a minute.

1612
01:34:45,096 --> 01:34:46,554
Cooley:
You have eluded fate...

1613
01:34:46,722 --> 01:34:48,473
and you have eluded me...

1614
01:34:48,641 --> 01:34:50,725
for the last time.

1615
01:34:50,893 --> 01:34:52,394
Tie their hands, boys.

1616
01:34:52,561 --> 01:34:53,895
You can't do this, now.

1617
01:34:54,063 --> 01:34:56,940
Didn't know
you'd be bringing a friend.

1618
01:34:57,108 --> 01:34:59,109
He'll just have
to wait his turn...

1619
01:34:59,276 --> 01:35:01,236
share one of your graves.

1620
01:35:01,404 --> 01:35:02,529
You can't do this.

1621
01:35:02,697 --> 01:35:04,906
We just got pardoned
by the governor hisself.

1622
01:35:05,074 --> 01:35:06,700
It went out on the radio.

1623
01:35:08,244 --> 01:35:09,160
Is that right?

1624
01:35:09,328 --> 01:35:10,745
[Growls]

1625
01:35:12,039 --> 01:35:14,499
Well, we ain't got a radio.

1626
01:35:17,086 --> 01:35:18,837
God have mercy.

1627
01:35:24,051 --> 01:35:27,053
[Singing Somber Folk Music]

1628
01:35:42,528 --> 01:35:44,154
It ain't fittin'.

1629
01:35:44,321 --> 01:35:45,655
It ain't the law.

1630
01:35:45,823 --> 01:35:47,407
The law?

1631
01:35:49,326 --> 01:35:52,537
The law is
a human institution.

1632
01:35:59,587 --> 01:36:02,589
Perhaps you should start
making your prayers.

1633
01:36:16,353 --> 01:36:18,062
Oh, my God.

1634
01:36:18,230 --> 01:36:19,105
Everett?

1635
01:36:20,941 --> 01:36:24,527
Tommy, I'm sorry
we got you into this.

1636
01:36:24,695 --> 01:36:26,905
Good Lord...

1637
01:36:27,072 --> 01:36:28,531
what do we do?

1638
01:36:38,501 --> 01:36:41,461
Oh, Lord...

1639
01:36:41,629 --> 01:36:42,754
please look down
and recognize...

1640
01:36:42,922 --> 01:36:44,964
us poor sinners.

1641
01:36:48,093 --> 01:36:50,220
Please, Lord.

1642
01:36:50,387 --> 01:36:54,349
I just want to see
my daughters again.

1643
01:36:54,517 --> 01:36:58,686
I've been separated
from my family for so long.

1644
01:36:58,854 --> 01:37:00,104
I know I've been
guilty of pride...

1645
01:37:00,272 --> 01:37:02,065
and sharp dealing.

1646
01:37:02,233 --> 01:37:04,526
I'm sorry that
I turned my back on you.

1647
01:37:04,693 --> 01:37:07,654
Everett: Forgive me.

1648
01:37:07,822 --> 01:37:10,740
We're helpless, Lord.

1649
01:37:10,908 --> 01:37:12,534
For the sake of my family.

1650
01:37:12,701 --> 01:37:14,536
For Tommy's sake.

1651
01:37:14,703 --> 01:37:16,746
For Delmar's and Pete's.

1652
01:37:20,000 --> 01:37:22,043
Let me see
my daughters again, Lord.

1653
01:37:24,046 --> 01:37:26,798
Everett: Help us, please.

1654
01:39:08,400 --> 01:39:09,734
[Clinking]
1655
01:39:09,902 --> 01:39:11,277
[Gasps]

1656
01:39:19,370 --> 01:39:21,371
[Gasps]

1657
01:39:23,457 --> 01:39:24,958
[Gasps]

1658
01:39:28,420 --> 01:39:30,338
[Grunting]

1659
01:39:39,807 --> 01:39:41,683
Ahh. Ahh.

1660
01:39:41,850 --> 01:39:43,643
A miracle.

1661
01:39:43,811 --> 01:39:45,019
It was a miracle!

1662
01:39:45,187 --> 01:39:46,646
Delmar,
don't be ignorant.

1663
01:39:46,814 --> 01:39:48,272
I told you they was
flooding this valley.

1664
01:39:48,440 --> 01:39:49,941
No! That ain't it!

1665
01:39:50,109 --> 01:39:52,026
We prayed to God
and he pitied us!

1666
01:39:52,194 --> 01:39:53,695
Well, it never fails.

1667
01:39:53,862 --> 01:39:55,697
Once again, you two
hayseeds are showin'

1668
01:39:55,864 --> 01:39:57,573
how much you want
for intellect.

1669
01:39:57,741 --> 01:39:59,075
There's a perfectly
scientific explanation...

1670
01:39:59,243 --> 01:40:00,201
for what just happened.

1671
01:40:00,369 --> 01:40:02,203
That ain't the tune
you was singin'...

1672
01:40:02,371 --> 01:40:04,038
back there
at the gallows!

1673
01:40:04,206 --> 01:40:05,957
Well, any human being
will cast about...

1674
01:40:06,125 --> 01:40:07,291
in a moment of stress.

1675
01:40:07,459 --> 01:40:10,253
No, the fact is, they're
flooding this valley...

1676
01:40:10,421 --> 01:40:12,505
so they can hydroelectric
up the whole durn state.

1677
01:40:12,673 --> 01:40:16,134
Yes, sir, the South
is gonna change.

1678
01:40:16,301 --> 01:40:17,635
Everything's gonna be
put on electricity...

1679
01:40:17,803 --> 01:40:19,679
and run on
a paying basis.

1680
01:40:19,847 --> 01:40:21,389
Out with the old
spiritual mumbo jumbo...

1681
01:40:21,557 --> 01:40:23,766
the superstitions,
and the backward ways.

1682
01:40:23,934 --> 01:40:25,727
We're gonna see
a brave new world...

1683
01:40:25,894 --> 01:40:27,729
where they run
everybody a wire...

1684
01:40:27,896 --> 01:40:29,230
and hook us all up
to a grid.

1685
01:40:29,398 --> 01:40:31,774
Yes, sir, a veritable
age of reason.

1686
01:40:31,942 --> 01:40:33,317
Like the one
they had in France.

1687
01:40:33,485 --> 01:40:35,486
Not a moment too soon.

1688
01:40:38,615 --> 01:40:39,949
[Cow Bell Rings]

1689
01:40:40,117 --> 01:40:43,202
Not a moment too soon.

1690
01:40:44,580 --> 01:40:46,080
Hey, there's Tommy.

1691
01:40:46,248 --> 01:40:48,166
Everett: Tommy,
what you ridin' there?

1692
01:40:49,209 --> 01:40:52,336
Unh! Whoa.

1693
01:40:52,504 --> 01:40:54,422
Roll-top desk.

1694
01:40:54,590 --> 01:40:56,591
[Adventurous Folk Music Playing]

1695
01:41:03,807 --> 01:41:06,517
"All's well that ends well,"
some poet said.

1696
01:41:06,685 --> 01:41:08,186
That's right, honey.

1697
01:41:08,353 --> 01:41:10,313
Don't mind telling you
I'm awful pleased...

1698
01:41:10,481 --> 01:41:13,941
my adventuring days
have come to an end.

1699
01:41:14,109 --> 01:41:16,611
Time for this old boy
to enjoy some repose.

1700
01:41:16,779 --> 01:41:18,279
That's good, honey.

1701
01:41:18,447 --> 01:41:20,531
You were right about
that ring, too.

1702
01:41:20,699 --> 01:41:23,993
Any other wedding band
wouldn't do.

1703
01:41:24,161 --> 01:41:25,703
This here was
fore-ordained.

1704
01:41:25,871 --> 01:41:27,705
Fate was a-smilin'
on me.

1705
01:41:27,873 --> 01:41:29,624
That's not my ring.

1706
01:41:29,792 --> 01:41:31,918
What? Not your ring?

1707
01:41:32,086 --> 01:41:33,669
That's one of
Aunt Hurlene's.

1708
01:41:33,837 --> 01:41:35,171
You said it was
in the roll-top desk.

1709
01:41:35,339 --> 01:41:36,756
I said I thought it was
in the roll-top desk.

1710
01:41:36,924 --> 01:41:37,799
No, you said...

1711
01:41:37,966 --> 01:41:39,383
Or under the mattress.

1712
01:41:39,551 --> 01:41:41,469
Or maybe in my chifforobe.
I don't know.

1713
01:41:41,637 --> 01:41:44,347
Well, I'm sorry, honey.

1714
01:41:44,515 --> 01:41:45,973
We need that ring.

1715
01:41:46,141 --> 01:41:48,684
That ring is at the bottom
of a pretty durn big lake.

1716
01:41:48,852 --> 01:41:49,977
Uh-uh.

1717
01:41:50,145 --> 01:41:51,479
A 9,000-hectare lake.

1718
01:41:51,647 --> 01:41:53,981
I don't care if it's 90,000.
That lake was not my doing.

1719
01:41:54,149 --> 01:41:55,233
Of course not, honey...

1720
01:41:55,400 --> 01:41:56,651
I counted to 3, honey.

1721
01:41:56,819 --> 01:41:58,152
No, wait, honey.

1722
01:41:58,320 --> 01:42:00,780
Finding one
little ring in the middle...

1723
01:42:00,948 --> 01:42:02,907
of all that water
is one hell of a heroic task!

1724
01:42:03,075 --> 01:42:06,077
[Girls Singing Adventurous Folk Music]

1725
01:42:13,418 --> 01:42:16,420
[Man Singing Adventurous Folk Music]

1726
01:42:40,654 --> 01:42:43,656
[Melancholy Folk Music Playing]

1727
01:44:56,373 --> 01:45:00,376
[Upbeat Folk Music Playing]

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