Oma: I married white next time. All he was good for was running us off an embankment! That, and spending the insurance. Marrying him was the biggest mistake of my life. He had unnatural desires.

I married white next time. All he was good for was running...

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Oma:
I married white next time. All he was good for was running us off an embankment! That, and spending the insurance. Marrying him was the biggest mistake of my life. He had unnatural desires.
Tully:
He did?
Oma:
The white race is in its decline. Started downhill in 1492 when Columbus discovered syphillis.
Tully:
What'd he wanna do?
Oma:
White men are animals.
Tully:
Oh, we're not so bad.
Oma:
White man is the vermin of the Earth!
Tully:
Hey, come on. Not so loud.
Oma:
Don't tell me what to do! I don't care who hears me! I know I'm making a nuisance of myself! All those goddamn Mexicans sitting there, they don't know who their real friends are. To hell with them!
Tully:
What're you going on about?
Oma:
Don't tell me - you take your hands off me!
Tully:
You are liable to get back backhanded right off that stool!
Oma:
You see if I care one bit! That's all I need! You go ahead if it'll make you feel so good!
Tully:
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Oma:
Come on, get it out of your system! Go on if it'll make you feel good! Punch me in the face! Take some teeth out while you're at it! I still got a few left in there the others were nice enough to leave me!
Tully:
Oh, God Almighty. Come on, I wouldn't hit you.
Oma:
Oh, come on! It'll be a big lift for you! What're you waiting for? It's just the thing you need! Far be it from me to spoil anybody's fun!
Tully:
I'm sorry! I'm sorry! Will you listen to me? Goddamnit! I am sorry!
Oma:
So what? So you're sorry.
Tully:
Well, I feel like I could break my head!
Oma:
Go ahead, I'm not gonna stop you!
Tully:
Feel like I could just bust my head... on that jukebox.
[He busts his head off the jukebox]

Oma:
What'd you do that for?
Tully:
You told me to go ahead and do it, so I did it. You can count on me right down the line. You can count on me.
Oma:
Just don't bump your head anymore.

Transcript:
I married white the next time.
All he was good for...
was running us off an embankment.
That and spending the insurance.
Marrying him was the biggest
mistake of my life.
He had unnatural desires.
He did?
The white race is in its decline.
It started downhill in 1492
when Columbus discovered syphilis.
- What did he want to do?
- White men are animals.
- We're not so bad.
- White man is the vermin of the earth.
- Not so loud.
- Don't tell me what to do.
I don't care who hears me. I know
I'm making a nuisance of myself...
to all these goddamn Mexicans
sitting here.
They don't know who
their real friends are.
- What are you going on about?
- Take your hands off me!
You are liable to get backhanded
right off that stool.
You see if I care one bit!
That's all I need!
You go ahead,
if it'll make you feel so good!
- I'm sorry.
- Get it out of your system!
Go on, if it'll make you feel good!
Punch me in the face!
- God Almighty.
- Take some teeth out while you're at it!
I still got a few left. The others
were nice enough to leave me.
- I wouldn't hit you. I'm sorry.
- It'll be a big lift for you.
What are you waiting for?
It's just the thing you need!
Far be it from me
to spoil anybody's fun!
I'm sorry! Will you listen to me,
goddamn it? I am sorry!
So what?
So you're sorry.
Well, I feel like banging my head.
Go ahead!
I'm not gonna stop you.
Feel like I could just bust my head...
on that jukebox.
Go ahead!
What did you do that for?
You told me to go ahead and do it,
so I did it.
You can count on me
right down the line.
You want to knock your brains out?
You can count on me.
Just don't bump your head anymore.
Listen.
Let me tell you something.
You can count on me...
right down the line.
I thought you wanted to hit me.
Oh, God.
Will you forget that?
I never hit a woman in my life.
Let me buy you a drink.
Could we have two
cream sherries, please?
Won't you believe me?
Don't you think
that you can count on me?
Just don't bump your head anymore.
Oh, come on.
Will you forget that?
Hey, listen.
I just asked you a question.
Do you think I'd let you down?
I don't know.
Would you?
Hey, I wouldn't.
I wouldn't.
Maybe you wouldn't.
How would I know?
You...
can...
count...
on me.
You can count on me.
No, I'm the reliable type.
Do you know who your friends are?
Listen. Anytime...
you need anything...
you just come and see me.
These others,
I wouldn't ask the time of day.
They wouldn't give it to you.
Do you know something?
You're the only son of a bitch
worth a shit in this place.
I appreciate that.
Because...
there is something
I really like about you.
I like you too.
To us.
Let's get out of this joint.
Let's go somewhere else.
Keep the change.

Clip duration: 287 seconds
Views: 20
Timestamp in movie: 00:39:37
Uploaded: 21 October, 2021
Genres: drama, sport
Summary: Two men, working as professional boxers, come to blows when their careers each begin to take opposite momentum.


Actors

Tully - Stacy Keach