- 1. Hey, boy!
- 2. What you doing with my mama's car?
- 3. Wait there!
- 4. Ain't you ashamed? You're trying
to steal an old lady's automobile?
- 5. What you talking about?
I've been thinking about buying me one.
- 6. Bull!
- 7. You ain't got money for dinner,
let alone buying no car.
- 8. Well, ma'am, I'll tell you something.
- 9. I got enough money for a Coca-Cola...
- 10. and since it don't look like
you gonna invite me inside...
- 11. You'd steal the dining room table if I did.
- 12. You wanna go into town with me?
How'd that be?
- 13. I'm going to work anyway.
- 14. - You're going to work, huh?
- 15. - What kind of work you do?
- None of your business.
- 16. I'll bet you're a movie star.
- 17. - A lady mechanic?
- 18. - A maid?
- What do you think I am?
- 19. A waitress?
- 20. What— What line of work are you in?
When you're not stealing cars?
- 21. I tell you, I'm looking for
suitable employment right at the moment.
- 22. Oh, yes, but what'd you do before?
- 23. I was— I was in state prison.
- 24. State prison?
- 25. Well, I guess some little old lady
wasn't so nice.
- 26. It was armed robbery.
- 27. My, my.
- 28. The things that turn up in the street
- 29. Hey. Hey, what y'all do for a good time
around here? Listen to the grass grow?
- 30. I guess you had a lot more
fun up at state prison, huh?
- 31. - I tell you. You see my right foot?
- 32. I chopped two toes off that foot
with an ax.
- 33. What? Why?
- 34. To get off of work detail.
You wanna see it?
- 35. No.
- 36. I— I— I surely don't intend to stand
here in the middle of Main Street...
- 37. and look at your dirty feet.
- 38. Boy, did you really do that?
- 39. What's it like?
- 40. What you mean, prison?
- 41. No.
- 42. Armed robbery.
- 43. It ain't like anything.
- 44. Shoot, I knew you never
robbed any place, you faker.
- 45. Yeah.
- 46. But you wouldn't have
the gumption to use it.
- 47. All right.
- 48. You just wait right here
and you keep your eyes open.
- 49. Now.
- 50. - Hey, what's your name, anyhow?
- Clyde Barrow.
- 51. Hi, I'm Bonnie Parker.
Pleased to meet you.
- 52. Hey, hey, hey.
- 53. Hey, hey, slow down,
slow down, slow down.
- 54. Take it easy, you got my hand trapped.
- 55. Hey, cut it out. Cut it out!
- 56. All right, now, all right, now.
- 57. I might as well tell you right off.
I ain't much of a lover boy.
- 58. That don't mean nothing
personal about you.
- 59. I— I— I never saw no percentage in it.
- 60. Ain't nothing wrong with me.
I don't like boys.
- 61. Boy! Boy, boy.
- 62. - "Boy," what?
- Your advertising is just dandy.
- 63. Folks would never guess
you don't have a thing to sell.
- 64. You'd better take me home.
- 65. - Now, wait a minute.
- Now, don't you touch me.
- 66. All right, all right...
- 67. if all you want's a stud service,
get on back to West Dallas...
- 68. and you stay there,
the rest of your life.
- 69. You're worth more than that, you know it,
and that's why you come along with me.
- 70. You could find a lover boy
on every corner.
- 71. Don't make a damn to them if you're waiting
on tables, but it does make a damn to me!
- 72. Why?
- 73. What you mean, why?
Because you're different, that's why.
- 74. You're like me.
You want different things.
- 75. You got something better
than being a waitress.
- 76. You and me together, we could
cut a path across the state...
- 77. and Kansas and Missouri and Oklahoma,
and everybody'd know about it.
- 78. Listen to me, Miss Bonnie Parker.
You listen to me.
- 79. How'd you like to go walking in the dining
room of the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas...
- 80. wearing a nice silk dress and
have everybody waiting on you?
- 81. Would you like that?
Seem like a lot to ask?
- 82. That ain't enough for you.
You got a right to that.
- 83. Hey.
- 84. When did you figure all that up?
- 85. The minute I saw you.
- 86. Why?
- 87. Because you may be the
best damn girl in Texas.
- 88. You were born somewhere
around east Texas, right?
- 89. - Yeah.
- Come from a big old family?
- 90. Yeah.
- 91. You went to school,
but didn't take to it...
- 92. because you was smarter than everybody
else, so you just up and quit one day.
- 93. Now, when you were 16— Seventeen.
—there was a guy who worked in a— In a—
- 94. - Cement plant.
- Right, cement plant.
- 95. You liked him, because he thought
you were as nice as you could be.
- 96. You almost married that guy,
but then you thought no.
- 97. So then you got you your job in a café.
- 98. And now you wake up every morning
and you hate it.
- 99. You just hate it. You get on down there
and you put on your white uniform—
- 100. Pink. It's pink.
- 101. Them truck drivers come in
to eat your greasy burgers and...
- 102. they kid you, you kid them back
but they're stupid and dumb boys...
- 103. with their tattoos
and you don't like it.
- 104. They ask for dates. Sometimes
you go, but you mostly don't...
- 105. because all they're trying to do
is get in your pants.
- 106. So you go on home and you sit in
your room and you think, "Now, when...
- 107. and how am I ever gonna
get away from this?"
- 108. And now you know.
- 109. Change that. I don't like it.
- 110. You're a knockout.
- 111. - Hey, that ain't ours.
- Sure it is.
- 112. No, but we come in this one.
- 113. That don't mean
we have to go home in it.
- 114. Clyde?
- 115. - Clyde?
- Hey, lady.
- 116. - Hey.
- Where you been keeping yourself?
- 117. Oh, I slept out by the car.
- 118. These accommodations
ain't particularly deluxe.
- 119. If they're after us, I want the first shot.
Come on out. We got some work to do.
- 120. - You're good.
- I ain't good. I'm the best.
- 121. And modest.
- 122. Now, see that there now?
Set her spinning.
- 123. Now, try— No.
- 124. Set her spinning.
- 125. It's all right.
Come on, now, try it again.
- 126. And try and get— Now, this time
come down slow. Slow.
- 127. All right.
- 128. How about that? Now,
ain't you something? I tell you.
- 129. I'm gonna get you a Smith & Wesson.
Go in your hand easier.
- 130. - I want you to try something.
- Hey, you.
- 131. No, sir. No, sir.
- 132. Y'all go right ahead.
- 133. It used to be my place.
But it's not anymore.
- 134. The bank took it.
- 135. Yes, sir, they moved us off.
- 136. Now it belongs to them.
- 137. Why, that's a pitiful shame.
- 138. You're damn right, ma'am.
- 139. Me and him put in the years here.
- 140. Yes, sir. You all go right ahead.
We just come by for a last look.
- 141. Y'all mind? Hey, Davis.
Come on over here.
- 142. That's right.
- 143. Go on.
- 144. Look.
- 145. Much obliged.
- 146. My name's Otis Harris. This is Davis.
We worked this place.
- 147. How are you?
This here's Miss Bonnie Parker.
- 148. - Glad to meet you. Clyde.
- I'm Clyde Barrow.
- 149. We rob banks.
- 150. Look, I don't want you
to worry about nothing.
- 151. This is gonna be the easiest thing in
the world. Your mama could take this bank.
- 152. All right?
- 153. You just be ready if I need you.
- 154. What are you waiting for?
- 155. All right, now!
- 156. This is a stickup. Just take it easy
and nothing's gonna happen to you.
- 157. - Howdy.
- Give me the money.
- 158. Give me the money.
- 159. What money, mister?
There ain't no money here.
- 160. What you talking about?
This here's a bank?
- 161. Well, it was a bank,
but we failed three weeks ago.
- 162. All right, now, you get on out here.
Come on out here!
- 163. You get on out there and tell my girl.
- 164. Come on, come on,
you tell her what you told me.
- 165. Oh, no.
- 166. We got $1.98, and you're laughing.
- 167. A loaf of bread, a dozen eggs...
- 168. a quart of milk, four fried pies.
- 169. Come on, now, you sure you ain't got
no peach pies? I don't believe you—
- 170. Get the hell out of here!
- 171. Go ahead! Go ahead!
I'm on, I'm on, I'm on.
- 172. He tried to kill me. Why'd he try
to kill me? I didn't wanna hurt him.
- 173. Try to get something to eat, some son
of a bitch come up with a meat cleaver.
- 174. I ain't against him.
- 175. I ain't against him.
- 176. - What was wrong with that, boy?
- 177. Dirt?
- 178. Dirt in the fuel line.
Just blowed it away.
- 179. Excuse me, ma'am, is there
anything else I could do for you today?
- 180. You're a smart fella.
- 181. You sure do know a lot about
automobiles, don't you?
- 182. Yes. I guess I do.
- 183. Well...
- 184. Would you know what kind of car this is?
- 185. This is a four-cylinder Ford coupe.
- 186. No.
- 187. Sure. It sure is.
- 188. No, this is a stolen
four-cylinder Ford coupe.
- 189. Hey, you ain't scared, are you?
- 190. I believe he is.
- 191. That's a pity. We sure could
have used a smart boy like that...
- 192. who knows such a great
deal about automobiles.
- 193. Hey, you a good driver, boy?
- 194. Yeah, reckon I am.
- 195. No, he's better off here.
- 196. What's your name, boy?
- 197. C.W. Moss.
- 198. Well, I'm Miss Bonnie Parker
and this here is Mr. Clyde Barrow.
- 199. We rob banks.
- 200. Hey, now, there ain't nothing
wrong with that, is there?
- 201. No.
- 202. Clyde, he ain't the one. Let's go.
- 203. Hey, boy. You think you got the guts
for our line of work?
- 204. What are you talking about? I spent
a year— I spent a year in reformatory.
- 205. A man with a record.
- 206. You got the nerve to
shortchange old ladies getting gas.
- 207. Have you got what it takes
to pull bank jobs with us?
- 208. Mr. C.W. Moss.
- 209. Sure, I do. I ain't afraid,
if that's what you think.
- 210. Prove it.
- 211. You're gonna be all right.
- 212. No.
- 213. Nope.
- 214. I'm afraid
we're overdrawn again this time.
- 215. This is a stickup.
- 216. This here's a stickup!
- 217. All right.
- 218. Leave it. Leave it there.
Leave it there.
- 219. Come on, come on, everything.
Get it up here.
- 220. Clyde, where's the car?
- 221. What'd he do? Where's the car?
- 222. Where did he go?
- 223. Here!
- 224. What the hell you doing
parking the car?
- 225. Go. Go.
- 226. - Turn it.
- Get it out. Get it out now.
- 227. Stop that car! Stop that car!
- 228. Up ahead, cut left! Left!
- 229. We're in the money
The sky is sunny
- 230. Old Man Depression, you are through
You done us wrong
- 231. We never see a headline
About a bread line today
- 232. And when we see the landlord
We can look that guy right in the eye
- 233. Oh, we're in the money
Come on, my honey
- 234. You ain't got a brain in your skull.
- 235. Why, we're in the money
I'll bet we're in the money
- 236. We've got a lot of what it takes
To get along
- 237. On account of you, I killed a man.
- 238. And now we're all gonna be wanted
for murder, and that's you too, boy.
- 239. We never see a headline
About a bread line today
- 240. And when we see the landlord
We can look that guy right in the eye
- 241. Dummy! Stupid!
- 242. What was you thinking about?
- 243. Do a dumb-ass thing like that again,
boy, and I'm gonna kill you.
- 244. If you boys wanna talk,
why don't y'all go outside?
- 245. - Hey, who are you?
- You'll find out.
- 246. Come on, boys,
we might as well begin right here.
- 247. All right, come over here.
- 248. We're in the money
We're in the money
- 249. We've got a—
- 250. We've got a lot of what it take—
- 251. We've got a lot of what it takes
- 252. - To get along
- 253. Hey— Hey, honey.
- 254. Honey, come on, I wanna talk to you
for just a minute. Sit down, huh?
- 255. Look...
- 256. This afternoon we killed a man,
and we were seen.
- 257. So far, nobody knows who you are...
- 258. but they know who I am. They'll be
after me and anybody who's with me.
- 259. That's murder.
Now it's gonna get rough.
- 260. Now, look, I can't get out,
but right now you still can.
- 261. You say the word, and I'll put you
on that bus back to your mama...
- 262. because you mean a lot to me, and
I ain't gonna make you run with me.
- 263. No.
- 264. No.
- 265. I ain't a rich man.
You could get a rich man if you tried.
- 266. I don't want no rich man.
- 267. You ain't gonna
have a minute's peace.
- 268. You promise?
- 269. At least I ain't a liar.
- 270. I told you I wasn't no lover boy.
- 271. - Let me look at you, boy.
- Hey, hey, come on, now.
- 272. Come on.
- 273. Boy, you can do better than that.
- 274. - Hey.
- Hey, hey, how's Mama?
- 275. Fine, fine.
- 276. - Sister? Sister?
- Sent her best to you.
- 277. - Filling out there. Must be that prison food.
- No, no, no, that's— That's married life.
- 278. You know what they say...
- 279. it's the face powder
that gets a man interested...
- 280. but it's the baking powder
that keeps him home.
- 281. I want you to meet my wife, Blanche.
Blanche, this is my baby brother.
- 282. - How you doing? It's real nice to know you.
- How do you do?
- 283. - Yeah.
- Hey, Bonnie!
- 284. Hey. Hey, Bonnie! Hey.
- 285. - Hey.
- Hey! Wait. Is it—?
- 286. Oh, boy. Is this Bonnie?
- 287. Hear you're taking good care
of the baby of the family.
- 288. Sis, I'm just so glad to meet you. Come on.
I want you to meet my wife.
- 289. - Blanche, this here is Bonnie.
- 290. Hello.
- 291. Hey, everybody, this is C.W. Moss.
- 292. My brother, Buck, and his wife, Blanche.
- 293. Howdy, everybody. Howdy, y'all.
- 294. Howdy, Mrs. Barrow. Or may I call you—?
May I call you Blanche?
- 295. I sure am pleased to meet you. How'd you
find us here in the neck of the woods?
- 296. Boy, you sure—
You sure picked a good day for it.
- 297. Oh, is that a new Screenland Magazine?
- 298. Is there any new pictures of
Myrna Loy in there?
- 299. She's my favorite picture star. May I?
- 300. Let me get the Kodak.
We'll take some pictures.
- 301. - Put your pants on. We'll take some pictures.
- Come on Blanche, get out of there!
- 302. I'm a mess.
Been driving all day, honey.
- 303. - Come on, now. Come on, now.
- Now hold onto her there.
- 304. - You're not a—
- I got it.
- 305. Did you take my picture, Buck? Well, I declare.
I asked you not to take my picture.
- 306. Hey, Buck, get one of this.
- 307. Hey, brother, I wanna talk
to you later on.
- 308. You devil, you.
- 309. Hold it.
- 310. - You got that?
- 311. Hey, now you take one
of me and my missus, here, Clyde.
- 312. - All right.
- Honey, I don't wanna.
- 313. Honestly, I don't want—
I don't want my picture taken.
- 314. - You look over there at the birdy and smile.
- 315. - Give old— Give old—
- Be serious. Be serious.
- 316. Hold still.
- 317. Hey, let me take one of Bonnie alone.
Come on, honey.
- 318. Okay.
- 319. All right, now. Oh, honey.
- 320. - Hey. Come on now, a little smile.
- 321. Don't wanna smile?
- 322. I wanna have a chat with you.
C.W., take the girls' pictures.
- 323. Why don't you step
in there with Bonnie?
- 324. - What'd you think or her? Yeah.
- 325. She's a peach.
- 326. Hey, now.
- 327. - Now. Now tell me true.
- 328. What?
- 329. Is she as good as she looks?
- 330. She's better.
- 331. Hey, listen, it was
either you or him, wasn't it?
- 332. - What?
- The guy you killed, you had to do it?
- 333. - It was you or him.
- He put me on the spot. I had to.
- 334. - You had to do it, right?
- I had to. I had to.
- 335. I knew you did. Don't say
anything to Blanche about that.
- 336. Hey, that time you broke out of jail,
that true she talk you into going back?
- 337. - Yeah. You hear about that?
- Is that true?
- 338. Yeah, yeah.
- 339. Well, I won't say
nothing to Bonnie about it.
- 340. I appreciate that.
- 341. - We're gonna have ourselves a time, boy!
- We surely are.
- 342. Yeah.
- 343. What are we gonna do?
- 344. Well, how's this?
- 345. I figured we all drive up in Missouri.
They ain't looking for me up there.
- 346. We find a nice little place to hole up in.
We have us a regular vacation.
- 347. - All right?
- Yeah, yeah.
- 348. - No trouble now.
- I ain't looking to go back to no prison.
- 349. I heard in prison you had a little trouble.
You was cutting on your toes.
- 350. Really? You heard about that, eh?
- 351. Yeah, well, I did a little toe-cutting.
- 352. That ain't half of it.
I did it so I could get off of work detail.
- 353. Breaking them rocks
with a sledgehammer.
- 354. And you know what?
The very next week I get paroled.
- 355. I walk out of that
God forsaken jail on crutches.
- 356. - Ain't life grand?
- 357. Hey, you wanna hear a story? About
this boy, he owned a dairy farm, see.
- 358. And his old ma, she was
kind of sick, you know.
- 359. And the doctor, he called
him over and said:
- 360. "Listen, your ma, she lying there,
she's just so sick and she's weakly...
- 361. and I want you to try to persuade
her to take a little brandy, see.
- 362. Just to pick her spirits up, you know."
- 363. And, "Ma's a teetotaler," he says,
"she wouldn't touch a drop."
- 364. "Well, I'll tell you what you do."
That's the doc.
- 365. "Now, I tell you what you do.
- 366. You bring in a fresh quart of milk
- 367. and you put some brandy in it, see.
And you try that."
- 368. So he did, and he doctored it all up
with the brandy, the fresh milk...
- 369. and he gave it to his mama, she drank
a little bit of it. She didn't—
- 370. So next day he brought it in again,
and she drank a little more, you know.
- 371. And so, it went on that way for—
The third day, just a little more...
- 372. and the fourth day she was,
you know, took a little bit more...
- 373. and then finally one week later,
he gave her the milk...
- 374. and she just drank it down, boy.
She swallowed the whole thing...
- 375. and she called him over and she said,
- 376. whatever you do, don't sell that cow."
- 377. "Don't sell the cow."
- 378. - You got the keys now, haven't you?
- Yeah, I got them.
- 379. Fine.
- 380. - Bye-bye.
- 381. I gave him a month's rent in advance.
We're all set. Let's get inside.
- 382. Honey lamb, I'm taking
you to our first home.
- 383. Here comes the bride.
- 384. What do you think, hon?
- 385. Just perfect.
- 386. This is your first home.
- 387. Well, he gave me the grocery number.
- 388. This is perfect for all of us, isn't it?
- 389. 4-3-3-7, please.
- 390. - Hi, there, Speedie's Groceries?
- Look, it's so clean, Buck.
- 391. - And a Frigidaire, not an icebox.
- 143 Hillsdale Avenue.
- 392. - Hillsdale Avenue.
- They got linoleum on the counter.
- 393. - Ain't that clever?
- Eight pounds of pork chops.
- 394. Four pounds of red beans.
Some Chase and Sanborn coffee.
- 395. About eight bottles of Dr. Pepper.
- 396. You sure can play checkers.
- 397. You're killing me.
- 398. You need a haircut. You're
looking just like a hillbilly boy.
- 399. You are just like an old man.
- 400. Playing checkers all the time,
don't pay any attention to your poor wife.
- 401. Boy, you ain't gonna never beat me,
but you just keep trying.
- 402. - Come on, I'm gonna whip you.
- Oh, Daddy...
- 403. you sure do need a haircut.
- 404. Why, you look just like a little
old hillbilly, I do declare.
- 405. Oh, mercy me, don't.
- 406. Don't talk that way when she's
right there in the next room.
- 407. There is always somebody
in the next room, in this room...
- 408. or in every other kind of room.
- 409. Well, honey, don't you ever
just wanna be alone with me?
- 410. Well, I always feel like we're alone.
- 411. Do you, baby?
- 412. I'm hungry. Hey, Buck.
- 413. Groceries, ma'am.
- 414. - How much?
- Six dollars and 43 cents.
- 415. - Forty-three?
- Yes, ma'am.
- 416. All right.
- 417. - There you are.
- 418. - Let me help. Those bags are heavy.
- No, thanks, I'll get them.
- 419. - Yes, ma'am.
- Just get the door.
- 420. Yes, ma'am.
- 421. Buck, look at Bonnie. Get that—
- 422. - He's still down there.
- Close the door.
- 423. But few of them really are justified
- 424. If you get right down to the point.
- 425. You've heard of a woman's glory
Being spent on a downright cur—
- 426. Did you write all that yourself?
- 427. Do you wanna hear this or not?
- 428. —Cur.
- 429. Still you can't always judge the story
As true, being told by her.
- 430. Now, Sal was a gal of rare beauty
- 431. Though her features
Were coarse and tough—
- 432. I knew that old gal.
- 433. She was cockeyed
and she had a harelip and no teeth.
- 434. Hey, Buck, come on, now.
- 435. Now, Sal was a gal of rare beauty
- 436. Though her features
Were coarse and tough
- 437. She never once faltered from duty
- 438. To play on the up and up.
- 439. Sal told me this tale on the evening
- 440. Before she was turned out free.
- 441. And I'll do my best to relate it
Just as she told it to me.
- 442. Hey, hey. The laws are outside.
They're blocking the driveway.
- 443. - Buck, get us out of here!
- Shut up!
- 444. They got us blocked.
We gotta get the car out.
- 445. Cover me!
- 446. Get out of here.
- 447. Where's Blanche? Where's Blanche?
- 448. Damn it, you almost got us killed!
- 449. What did I do wrong? I thought
you'd be happy if I got shot!
- 450. Yeah! Yeah, it would've
saved us all a lot of trouble.
- 451. Buck, don't let that woman
talk to me like that.
- 452. You shouldn't have done that, Blanche.
It was a dumb thing to do.
- 453. Oh, Buck, please, I didn't marry you
to see you get shot, honey.
- 454. Let's go. Let's leave.
Let's get out of here and leave town.
- 455. Please make him stop
the car and let us out.
- 456. I can't.
- 457. I killed a guy. Now we're in this.
- 458. - Please?
- Will you shut up?
- 459. Shut up your big mouth! At least
do that much. Shut up!
- 460. Cut it out, Bonnie!
- 461. You stop the car.
I wanna talk to you.
- 462. - Get— Get rid of her.
- I can't get—
- 463. - She's Buck's wife.
- Get rid of them both.
- 464. - Why? What's the matter with you?
- She is what's the matter with me.
- 465. She— She's nothing but a dumb, stupid...
- 466. - ... backcountry hick.
- 467. She ain't got a brain in her head.
- 468. What makes you better?
You so damn special?
- 469. You were a West Dallas waitress.
Spent your time picking up truck drivers.
- 470. Stop it!
- 471. Oh, big Clyde Barrow!
You're just like your brother!
- 472. Ignorant, uneducated hillbilly!
- 473. The only special thing about you
is your peculiar ideas about lovemaking...
- 474. which is no lovemaking at all.
- 475. No.
- 476. Oh, Clyde, please, I didn't mean that.
- 477. Listen, it was just all—
All that shooting...
- 478. and all those guns. I got so scared.
Please, honey, I didn't mean it.
- 479. Yeah, honey.
- 480. Come on.
- 481. "Law enforcement officers...
- 482. throughout the Southwest
are frankly amazed...
- 483. at the way in which the
will-o'-the-wisp bandit Clyde Barrow...
- 484. and his yellow-haired companion,
- 485. continue to elude
their would-be captors.
- 486. Since engaging in a police battle
on the streets of Joplin, Missouri...
- 487. and slaying three of their number.
- 488. The Barrow Gang has been reported
as far west as Whites City, New Mexico...
- 489. and as far north as Chicago.
- 490. They have been credited with robbing
the Mesquite Bank in Whites City...
- 491. and the J.J. Landry Oil Refinery
- 492. - ... Texas...
- 493. the Sanger City National Bank
in Sanger, Indiana...
- 494. and the Lancaster Bank in Denton,
Texas, on three different occasions.
- 495. In addition to these robberies,
the fast-traveling Barrows...
- 496. have been rumored
to have had a hand...
- 497. in the robbing of two
Piggly Wiggly stores...
- 498. in Texas
and one A&P store in Missouri.
- 499. Though Chief Percy Hammond, who first
identified Clyde Barrow's brother, Buck...
- 500. - Oh, Lord.
- ... as a member..."
- 501. We ain't gonna see another toilet
for 30 miles.
- 502. Why don't you pull up over here?
- 503. Hey, now, here's something.
- 504. "Lone cop arrests two officers
in hunt for Barrow.
- 505. Police officer Howard Anderson's heart
turned faster than his motorcycle...
- 506. when he forced to the side of the road
a black V-eight sedan...
- 507. in which were three men and a
blonde-headed woman yesterday afternoon.
- 508. He was certain he'd caught Clyde Barrow,
Bonnie Parker, maybe Buck Barrow...
- 509. - ... and the third unidentified member.
- 510. It took a lot of telephoning
and explaining to convince...
- 511. the motorcycle cop that his captives
were two highway patrolmen...
- 512. and a blonde-haired stenographer
from the highway patrol.
- 513. Anderson was held up as an example for
every other Texas police officer today..."
- 514. Sheriff!
- 515. - I never seen such shooting!
- All right, all right.
- 516. All right, now you just get
on right over to that car.
- 517. Well, now, lookie here. We're in the
custody of Captain Frank Hammer.
- 518. - And Frank here is a Texas Ranger.
- Sure enough is.
- 519. Say, peacemaker, I believe you got your
spurs all tangled up there, haven't you?
- 520. - You're in Missouri. Know that?
- Know you're in Missouri?
- 521. - He's lost, this Texas Ranger.
- I don't think he's lost.
- 522. Them banks been offering
extra reward money for us...
- 523. and I think Frank just figured on
some easy pickings. Didn't you, Frank?
- 524. You know, Texas Ranger,
you ain't doing your job.
- 525. You ought to be home protecting the rights
of poor folk, not out chasing us.
- 526. Don't take it personal, Clyde.
- 527. - Protecting the poor folks.
- What you wanna take it personal for?
- 528. Well, we gotta discourage this here
bounty hunting for the Barrow Gang.
- 529. Bounty?
- 530. What do you wanna do
with him then, huh?
- 531. - Shoot him?
- 532. Come on, now.
- 533. - Hang him. I don't know.
- Take his picture.
- 534. - Take his picture?
- Listen, we take his picture...
- 535. we'll send it to the newspapers.
Everybody'll see Captain Frank Hammer...
- 536. of the Texas Rangers with the Barrow Gang,
and all of us just as friendly as pie.
- 537. Now, you know, we are just about the
friendliest folks you'd ever wanna meet.
- 538. Big old Texas Ranger
waves his gun at us...
- 539. and we just welcome him
like he was one of our own.
- 540. - Hey, Buck, get the Kodak.
- 541. Hot doggies! Get him up there
on the spare tire, Clyde.
- 542. All right. There we go, my friend.
- 543. Now, see what come of your mischief
of not doing your job?
- 544. You know, down in
Duncanville last year...
- 545. poor farmers kept you laws
away from us with shotguns.
- 546. You're supposed to protect them from us.
They protect us from you. Don't make sense.
- 547. You and Bonnie first.
Now, get right in there, now.
- 548. Go on. Friendly, like, you know.
- 549. When his Texas Ranger friends see this,
he's gonna wish he was dead.
- 550. Well, we're mighty proud to have
a Texas Ranger in the family.
- 551. Hold it, hold it.
- 552. How's this?
- 553. Oh, good, good, good. I'm getting it,
I'm getting it. Wait. Hold it.
- 554. How about that?
- 555. You bas—
- 556. Hold on, now.
- 557. - Wet him down.
- I got the picture.
- 558. I got— I got—
I got the picture.
- 559. I got it! I got the—
- 560. I got the picture! I got the—
- 561. Oh, no.
- 562. We're gonna put that picture
in every paper in the country!
- 563. We got you! We got you.
- 564. We got you now. We got you.
- 565. Hey! We got you.
You just stay in there for a while.
- 566. - I got the picture.
- We'll use that picture.
- 567. We got you. We got—
We used you, boy.
- 568. - We got you!
- Come on.
- 569. Damn it.
- 570. Good afternoon.
This is the Barrow Gang.
- 571. Now, if everybody will just
take it easy, nobody will get hurt.
- 572. - Is that your money or the bank's?
- 573. All right, you keep it, then.
- 574. Next time I'll aim a little lower.
- 575. All right.
- 576. Let's go.
- 577. Take a good look, Pop.
I'm Buck Barrow.
- 578. We're the Barrow boys!
- 579. Come on!
- 580. Happy birthday, hon.
- 581. It was the Barrow Gang, Charlie.
I think they was headed for Oklahoma.
- 582. Mommy, come!
Mommy, come! Now!
- 583. Load this!
- 584. There I was, staring square
into the face of death.
- 585. And all I can say is
they did right by me...
- 586. and I'm bringing me a mess of flowers
to their funeral.
- 587. Slow down, Clyde,
we're in Oklahoma now.
- 588. Come on, let's catch them anyway.
- 589. I ain't gonna risk my life in Oklahoma.
- 590. - Ain't much, is it?
- Well, times is hard.
- 591. Well, let's get down to it.
- 592. Mr. Buck.
- 593. Bonnie Parker.
- 594. C.W. Moss.
- 595. I want my share.
- 596. If Bonnie gets a share,
I want a share too.
- 597. - What are you talking about?
- Tell Clyde I want my share.
- 598. All right. All right.
- 599. - Clyde, what about Blanche here?
- 600. Well, why not?
- 601. Well, why not? I earned my share
same as everybody.
- 602. I could have got killed same as everybody.
I'm wanted by the law same as everybody.
- 603. Well, besides I could have got snake-bit
sleeping in them woods every night.
- 604. I'm a nervous wreck
and that's the truth...
- 605. and I have to take sass
from Miss Bonnie Parker all the time.
- 606. - I deserve mine!
- Hold on. Hold your horses.
- 607. Blanche, you gonna get your share.
- 608. Here.
- 609. I married the preacher's daughter and she
thinks she's still taking up the collection.
- 610. - Mrs. Buck Barrow.
- Thank you.
- 611. Now, honey, don't spend it all
in one place.
- 612. Hey.
- 613. Listen now. Honey, I guess
I'm gonna have to keep saying this.
- 614. Blanche is married to Buck,
and Buck is family.
- 615. My family could use some of that money.
- 616. Them laws been hanging around your
mama's house. It's too risky to go up now.
- 617. But where can we go now? We rob
the damn banks. What else do we do?
- 618. - Well, what you wanna do?
- Clyde. Clyde, there's a hole in the pan.
- 619. We're losing oil. We gotta swipe another
car if we wanna get anywhere. Look.
- 620. Stop that now.
- 621. No, Eugene.
- 622. Eugene.
- 623. Come on!
- 624. Stop that, Eugene.
- 625. Say, isn't that your car, Eugene?
- 626. That's my car.
- 627. Hey.
- 628. That's my car! Hey!
- 629. That's my car!
- 630. - Hey, they're coming after us.
- Come on, kick in the pants.
- 631. I'm gonna tear them apart.
- 632. Stealing a man's car.
- 633. Wait till I get my hands
on those kids, Velma.
- 634. I'm gonna tear them apart.
- 635. What if they have guns, Eugene?
- 636. Listen, we better get the police
and let them handle this.
- 637. - Right.
- All right, now, turn around.
- 638. Turn around and let's go back to town,
and we'll go get the sheriff.
- 639. They stopped chasing us.
They're turning around there.
- 640. - Let's take them.
- Good idea, Clyde.
- 641. Oh, my Lord, they're coming after us.
- 642. Step on it, Velma.
Velma, step on it, Velma.
- 643. - Step on it, Velma.
- I am!
- 644. What do you wanna do that for, Clyde?
- 645. Step on it, Velma. Step on it, Velma.
- 646. - Come on!
- Velma, step on it, Velma.
- 647. Velma!
- 648. - Howdy.
- Hey. Hey, what are you doing in there?
- 649. Hey. Ain't it hot in there?
- 650. - How are y'all?
- Hey, look what we got here.
- 651. All right, get on out of there.
Come on, come on.
- 652. You wanna go for a little ride
in our new car?
- 653. - Oh, my, can we all fit in there?
- Come on.
- 654. - Hey, I get to ride up front now. Finally.
- Come on. Come on. Come on.
- 655. - There's not room for me in there.
- You all right?
- 656. What's your names?
- 657. I'm Eugene— I'm Eugene Grizzard.
- 658. And I'm Velma Davis.
- 659. We're the Barrow Gang.
- 660. That there's Clyde driving, I'm Buck,
that's my wife Blanche, Bonnie Parker, C.W.
- 661. Oh, now listen, y'all, don't be scared.
It ain't like you was the law or anything.
- 662. - I mean, you're just folks, just like us.
- 663. Yeah, that's the truth.
- 664. I expect you've been reading about us.
- 665. - Oh, no.
- 666. Yes.
- 667. We have too.
- 668. Well, now, you two
must be in love, I bet, huh?
- 669. Now, boy, when you
gonna marry the girl?
- 670. Buck.
- 671. So he gave her the milk, see,
and she drank a little of it.
- 672. The next day, he gave her some more and
she drank some more till one week goes by.
- 673. And he brings her the milk and
she drinks down every drop of it.
- 674. She looks at her son,
calls him over and says:
- 675. "Son, whatever you do...
- 676. don't sell that cow."
- 677. "Don't sell the cow."
- 678. I'm from Wisconsin originally.
Where the cheese comes from.
- 679. Oh, oh, but he just loves Texas now.
Don't you, Eugene?
- 680. "Don't sell that cow."
- 681. Hey, how old are you, honey?
- 682. I'm 33.
- 683. - There you go.
- Thanks, Buck.
- 684. Now— Now didn't I
order some French fries?
- 685. Yeah, you did. Here you are.
- 686. - Here you go.
- Thank you.
- 687. Now, take it easy on them French fries,
Velma. Ain't that right, Eugene?
- 688. This isn't mine.
- 689. I ordered mine well-done.
Who's got the other hamburger?
- 690. Oh, is this supposed to be yours?
- 691. It's okay. Forget it.
- 692. Hey, I'm sure having a good time.
- 693. Aren't you glad we picked you up?
- 694. - You're a grand host, Buck.
- 695. Maybe y'all ought to join up with us.
- 696. Boy, they sure would be surprised
to hear that back home.
- 697. What would—? What would Bill
and Martha say if they heard that?
- 698. Lordy, they would have a fit.
- 699. Hey, what do you do, anyhow?
- 700. I'm an undertaker.
- 701. Get them out of here.
- 702. Bonnie!
- 703. Bonnie!
- 704. - Bonnie!
- 705. I don't see her, Clyde.
- 706. Bonnie, where are you?
- 707. Bonnie!
- 708. Bonnie!
- 709. - Where do you think she could have went?
- Boy, I don't know. I just don't know.
- 710. There! Bonnie!
- 711. Bonnie!
- 712. Bonnie.
- 713. - Bonnie.
- Leave me alone!
- 714. - Where are you going?
- Get away!
- 715. Bonnie. Honey.
- 716. I want— I wanna see my mama.
- 717. I wanna see my mama.
- 718. Please, honey, don't ever leave me
without saying nothing.
- 719. All right.
- 720. But— No, but, Clyde, listen to me.
- 721. Now listen to me, I mean it.
I been thinking about my mama...
- 722. and she's getting so old
and I wanna see her. Please, Clyde.
- 723. - Please.
- We'll see her.
- 724. We'll see her.
- 725. Well, would you look at him?
- 726. He just don't remember me.
- 727. He'll get used to me, won't he?
- 728. We've been cutting and pasting
everything we could find about you.
- 729. Hey, hey, Clyde,
there's the shot I took of you.
- 730. It turned out real fine, didn't it, huh?
- 731. Oh, Lord, we thank thee
for the safety of our loved ones...
- 732. and the food we are
about to receive. Amen.
- 733. - Bye, Clyde.
- 734. Y'all be careful.
We're gonna miss you, now.
- 735. Where you all headed to
from here, Clyde?
- 736. At this point we ain't heading to
nowhere. We just running from.
- 737. Clyde.
- 738. Tom, we're going home.
- 739. Little Tom.
Matthew, fetch little Tom.
- 740. Mama. Listen.
- 741. Mama, why don't you stay
a little while longer, huh? Okay?
- 742. Listen, I want you to have this.
- 743. - Come on, boys.
- Come on, we gotta go home.
- 744. Clyde? Sugar, listen, make Mama
stay a while yet, huh?
- 745. You know, Clyde,
I read about you all in the papers...
- 746. and I just get scared.
- 747. Now, Mrs. Parker, don't you believe
what you read in all them newspapers.
- 748. That's the laws talking there.
- 749. They want us to look big
so they can look big when they catch us.
- 750. They won't catch us. I'm even better
at running than I am at robbing banks.
- 751. Shoot, if we done half that stuff
they say we done...
- 752. - ... we'd be millionaires by now.
- 753. I ain't gonna risk my little girl
just to make money...
- 754. uncertain as times are.
- 755. Why, I knowed of a job...
- 756. You remember the time?
Why, we could have gotten $2000...
- 757. just as easy as pie.
- 758. And I pulled up outside there
and I saw them laws...
- 759. and I said to myself, I said,
"Bonnie could get hurt here."
- 760. So we just drove right on
and I let that money lay.
- 761. Maybe you know the way with her, then.
- 762. I'm just an old woman.
- 763. - I don't know nothing.
- Mrs. Parker.
- 764. But Mrs. Parker, this here is the way
we know best how to make money.
- 765. We gonna quit this as soon as
hard times are over, I can tell you that.
- 766. Why, just the other night,
me and Bonnie were talking...
- 767. We were talking about the time we were
gonna settle down and get us a home.
- 768. She says to me, she says,
"You know, I couldn't bear...
- 769. to live more than three miles
from my precious mother."
- 770. Now, how'd you like that,
- 771. I don't believe I would.
- 772. I surely don't.
- 773. You try to live three miles from me
and you won't live long, honey.
- 774. You best keep running, Clyde Barrow.
- 775. And you know it.
- 776. Bye, baby.
- 777. - Goodbye, y'all.
- 778. Look, who is this there?
Is that your girlfriend?
- 779. L-O-V-E.
- 780. Well, whose idea was it
to get bluebirds?
- 781. - Bonnie's. Bonnie picked it out.
- 782. Day after we robbed the armory.
- 783. Hey, hon, come over here.
I want you to touch something here.
- 784. - No.
- I want you just to touch it right there.
- 785. Go on, now.
- 786. Sweet and sour!
- 787. Why don't you all
go into your own cabin...
- 788. if you wanna play with C.W.?
- 789. What's the matter with you,
besides your nasty disposition?
- 790. - Let me handle it.
- No. Why does she have to wait?
- 791. Hold on. Hold on!
- 792. I saw a chicken place a few miles back.
Who all wants to get some food?
- 793. I certainly do. I'm sick to death
of sitting around.
- 794. - You can't even drive the car.
- I'll go. What do y'all want?
- 795. Just get us five chicken dinners.
- 796. Hey, get some dessert there too, some
peach ice cream or something, will you?
- 797. Oh, baby, I got the blues so bad.
- 798. Yeah.
- 799. Well, is it what your mama said?
- 800. What mama?
- 801. She's just an old woman now.
- 802. I don't have no mama.
- 803. No family either.
- 804. Hey, I'm your family.
- 805. You know, when we started out...
- 806. I thought we was
really going somewhere.
- 807. But this is it.
- 808. We're just going, huh?
- 809. I love you.
- 810. - You sure are smoking a lot lately.
- So what?
- 811. Nothing.
- 812. Oh, Lord.
- 813. Why don't you go back
to your pa's house?
- 814. If I only could.
- 815. If I could only just do that one thing.
- 816. There's no telling
how all this happened.
- 817. I was a preacher's daughter.
- 818. - What church was your pa affiliated with?
- 819. He thought the world of Buck,
my daddy did.
- 820. Even though Buck
was serving time in jail.
- 821. He forgave him
because he paid his debt to society.
- 822. We were Disciples of Christ.
- 823. Hey, I ain't got no money.
Give me some, will you?
- 824. Get me Sheriff Smoot on the phone.
- 825. That's more like it.
- 826. Look how much better
it fits since I took it up.
- 827. The men are on the other side.
- 828. All right, let go.
- 829. C.W., C.W., grenades.
- 830. Hold it, hold it!
- 831. Get out!
- 832. Get out!
- 833. Bring your fire around there.
- 834. No!
- 835. Get on!
- 836. Give me a gun, please!
Give me a gun. I don't have a gun.
- 837. - Listen to me.
- Get down. Stop that. You going crazy?
- 838. Oh, no!
- 839. Please be quiet! Please be quiet!
We're trying to get out.
- 840. It didn't happen, Daddy.
It didn't happen. I know it—
- 841. - Blanche, stop that!
- You stop it!
- 842. I'd rather go to jail
than go on like this.
- 843. He ain't got a chance.
Half his head's blown off.
- 844. - Here we go.
- Oh, God. Oh, God.
- 845. Dear Lord, it happened.
Please help us.
- 846. And Buck will never do anything
wrong again in his life.
- 847. My eyes!
- 848. I think I'm blind.
- 849. My eyes!
- 850. The light hurts so bad!
- 851. - The light hurts so bad!
- Here, hon, here.
- 852. There.
- 853. Tell Clyde to get us to a doctor.
- 854. Bonnie! We are dying!
- 855. Buck can't be moved now, hon.
- 856. - Clyde! Clyde! Clyde.
- I'm right here, boy.
- 857. I believe I lost my shoes, Clyde.
- 858. I think the dog got them.
- 859. Surrender!
- 860. - Buck, in the car.
- 861. Come on, keep low!
- 862. Hey, Clyde, we're going this way.
- 863. Crossfire! Keep low! Crossfire.
- 864. Move up!
- 865. Charlie, don't shoot!
The kids are in the crossfire!
- 866. - I'll go get the car. I'll get the car.
- 867. Now, Buck, this way.
- 868. - Come out through here.
- 869. They're heading for the other car!
Shoot it! Knock the hell out of it!
- 870. Hold your fire!
- 871. Daddy, don't die!
- 872. - Hold your fire!
- Get away. Leave him alone.
- 873. He's dying. Can't you see he's dying?
You gotta let me go! Daddy!
- 874. You killed him! He's dying!
God, can't you see him dying?
- 875. Daddy. Don't. Daddy!
- 876. Don't! Oh, Daddy.
- 877. Daddy!
- 878. Maybe—
- 879. Can you all
spare us some drinking water?
- 880. - Who are you, boy?
- My name is Moss.
- 881. That's Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker.
- 882. What happened to them?
- 883. Hush.
- 884. Are they famous?
- 885. - Is that really Bonnie Parker?
- 886. Daddy! Daddy!
- 887. - Who's there?
- 888. - Clarence.
- 889. Oh, it's good to see you, boy.
Oh, boy, it's good to see you.
- 890. - What's that on your chest?
- A tattoo, Daddy. Come on.
- 891. Come on.
- 892. You gotta help them.
- 893. Help me get them in.
- 894. What happened to them?
Are you in trouble, son?
- 895. Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker.
- 896. Come on. Help me get them in.
- 897. How come you marked yourself
all up with that tattoo?
- 898. What the hell made you do
a damn fool thing like that?
- 899. - You hear me?
- Just open the door, Daddy.
- 900. I come here to question Blanche Barrow.
- 901. - So you're the Frank Hammer, huh?
- 902. I figure to have my picture
took with them two...
- 903. just one more time.
- 904. It says here Clyde fled
his dying brother.
- 905. What do they mean, fled?
- 906. How could I leave my brother to die
when he was already dead when I left him?
- 907. Fled!
- 908. Newspapers.
- 909. While we're around here near dead, they said
we held up the Grand Prairie National Bank.
- 910. Guess they hung that
one on us just for luck.
- 911. I'll tell you, as soon as we get well, we
gonna hold up that bank! We gonna take it!
- 912. They don't know nothing, do they, honey?
- 913. Hey, how come they're always
referring to me, the newspapers, as...
- 914. - ... unidentified suspect?
- You just be glad that's all you are.
- 915. Long as they don't know your last name.
- 916. That's right, boy. Mr. Barrow's
looking out for your interests.
- 917. Hey, Pa.
- 918. How does it feel to have a couple
of big deals stay in your house?
- 919. That's something for me, ain't it?
- 920. You've been mighty nice to us.
- 921. And I want you to let us pay you,
say, $40 for your hospitality.
- 922. No, no. No. I'm just happy to
have y'all folks here as company.
- 923. Anybody's a friend of
my boy, you know, I...
- 924. Come on, let's go have some supper.
- 925. Y'all are welcome here.
You know that.
- 926. And you just make yourself right at
home and stay as long as you want to.
- 927. You look like trash,
all marked up like that.
- 928. Cheap trash!
- 929. Bonnie says it looks good.
- 930. What does Bonnie know? She ain't
nothing but cheap trash herself.
- 931. Look what they do.
Don't ever get your name in the paper.
- 932. You just get them pictures printed
on your skin by Bonnie and Clyde.
- 933. Shoot, they ain't nothing
but a couple of kids.
- 934. - But, Daddy...
- I'm so glad your ma ain't alive...
- 935. to see this here thing.
- 936. All jellied up like that!
- 937. I don't see what's so bad about it.
- 938. You wouldn't.
- 939. All right, I'll go.
- 940. Look, the word is out that Bonnie and
Clyde are holed up just out of town.
- 941. And they're fixing to bust in here
and take Blanche out. So...
- 942. All two of them?
- 943. Blanche Barrow.
- 944. Who is it?
- 945. I guess it's been kind of
rough on you, hasn't it?
- 946. Being the daughter of a preacher,
like you are.
- 947. I imagine old Buck wasn't
a bad sort, was he?
- 948. No, he wasn't.
- 949. I reckon...
- 950. Clyde just sort of...
- 951. led him astray, didn't he?
- 952. That's a shame, Blanche.
- 953. Yes, ma'am. That's a shame.
- 954. They done led your Buck astray.
- 955. Clyde, his own brother...
- 956. Bonnie.
- 957. And that little feller.
- 958. The one that was with you when you
took that Texas Ranger in Missouri.
- 959. He was with you all along, wasn't he?
- 960. C.W.
- 961. That's right, C.W.
- 962. I don't recollect his last name.
- 963. Moss.
- 964. C.W. Moss.
- 965. He was there that day we met them.
- 966. I didn't wanna go. I didn't want to.
- 967. And Buck said we was just
going on a visit...
- 968. and we wouldn't
do no stealing or robbing.
- 969. And we went up to Joplin,
and all of a sudden...
- 970. All of a sudden, they all
just started shooting.
- 971. What you writing?
- 972. I'm writing a poem about us.
- 973. Yeah? Let me hear it.
- 974. - Come on.
- Okay. Just let me finish this line.
- 975. It's called
"The Story of Bonnie and Clyde."
- 976. You've heard the story of Jesse James
Of how he lived and died.
- 977. If you're still in need
Of something to read
- 978. Here's the story of Bonnie and Clyde.
- 979. You think if I sent that into
the newspapers, they'd print it?
- 980. I'm gonna do it.
- 981. Now, Bonnie and Clyde are the Barrow Gang
I'm sure you all have read.
- 982. How they rob and steal
And those who squeal
- 983. Are usually found dying or dead.
- 984. They call them cold-hearted killers
- 985. They say they are heartless and mean.
- 986. But I say this with pride
That I once knew Clyde
- 987. When he was honest
And upright and clean.
- 988. But the laws fooled around
Kept taking him down
- 989. And locking him up in a cell.
- 990. Till he said to me, "I'll never be free
So I'll meet a few of them in hell."
- 991. If a policeman is killed in Dallas
And they have no clue to guide,
- 992. If they can't find a fiend,
They just wipe their slate clean
- 993. And hang it on Bonnie and Clyde.
- 994. If they try to act like citizens
- 995. And rent them a nice little flat,
- 996. About the third night
They're invited to fight
- 997. By a sub-gun's rat-a-tat-tat.
- 998. Someday they'll go down together
- 999. They'll bury them side by side.
- 1000. To few it'll be grief
To the law a relief
- 1001. But it's death for Bonnie and Clyde.
- 1002. You know what you done there?
You told my story.
- 1003. You told my whole story right there.
- 1004. One time I told you I was gonna make you
somebody. That's what you done for me.
- 1005. You made me somebody
they gonna remember.
- 1006. Damn.
- 1007. - Hey, how you feel?
- 1008. You feel the way you're supposed to feel
when you—? After—?
- 1009. Yeah, just.
- 1010. Well, that's— That's good, isn't it?
- 1011. Look, I— I figure
it's a good idea to ask...
- 1012. because how else are
you gonna know if it...?
- 1013. Hey. You did just perfect.
- 1014. I did, didn't I?
- 1015. I mean, I really did.
- 1016. I never figured on that. Damn.
- 1017. Clyde, now why do you wanna marry me?
- 1018. To make an honest woman out of you.
- 1019. What would you do...?
- 1020. What would you do
if some miracle happened...
- 1021. and we could walk out of here
- 1022. and start all over again clean...
- 1023. with no record and nobody after us?
- 1024. Well...
- 1025. I guess I'd do it all different.
- 1026. First off...
- 1027. I wouldn't live in the same state
where we pull our jobs.
- 1028. I mean, we'd live in another state
and stay clean there.
- 1029. And then when we wanted to take
a bank, we'd go into the other state.
- 1030. Bonnie?
- 1031. Bonnie.
- 1032. Boy, did they expect you to go
downtown with them tomorrow?
- 1033. Who?
- 1034. Bonnie and Clyde, that's who.
- 1035. Sure, I always go with them.
- 1036. Yeah.
- 1037. Yeah, you'd better. You'd better go.
- 1038. But when they go to get in their car
to come on home...
- 1039. - ... don't get back in there with them.
- Why, Daddy?
- 1040. You listen to your pa for once,
can you do that?
- 1041. I'm your pa, I'm your kin!
Not that there Clyde Barrow.
- 1042. What do you want me to tell them,
"I can't get back in the car with you"?
- 1043. You tell them nothing, you hear?
- 1044. I made a deal and got you off
with a couple of years.
- 1045. You just be sure that you're
off the streets in that town...
- 1046. when they go to get in their car.
- 1047. You think laws are gonna
catch Bonnie and Clyde in town?
- 1048. Clyde's got a sense.
Don't you know that, Daddy?
- 1049. Nobody catches Clyde. Never.
- 1050. Never!
- 1051. What happened to C.W.?
- 1052. He's over there in the hardware store
getting some light bulbs for his daddy.
- 1053. - You gonna wear them like that?
- Drive with one eye closed.
- 1054. - Want some ice cream?
- 1055. Look here. Isn't that just
the prettiest thing you ever saw?
- 1056. Look, you see, you can see
every fingernail of her hand. Look.
- 1057. That's the prettiest thing.
Hey, where is that boy?
- 1058. Listen, I'll go get him, okay?
- 1059. Gladys Jean!
Time to go home now.
- 1060. We'll get back there in about 20 minutes
and we'll pick him up.
- 1061. I tell you, if that boy didn't have
his head strapped on him, he'd lose it.
- 1062. Hey, isn't that Malcolm there?
- 1063. - What you got there?
- I got a flat tire. I ain't got no spare.
- 1064. Hey.