- 1. (Boy)
- 2. (Jud)
- 3. (Boy)
Tha'd better get up.
- 4. The alarm's gone off, tha knows.
- 5. (Jud)
You think I don't know?
- 6. - Jud.
- 7. - Tha'll be late!
- Shut it.
- 8. - Clock's not fast.
- I said shut it.
- 9. - Get out! That hurts!
- 10. - Well, shut it then.
- I'll tell me mum on thee.
- 11. (Jud)
Shut your stinkin' hole.
- 12. Christ.
- 13. - Set clock on for me. For seven.
- (Jud) Set it yourself.
- 14. Go on. Tha are up.
- 15. Hands off cocks, on socks.
- 16. You rotten sod!
Just because you have to get up!
- 17. Another few weeks, lad,
tha'll be getting up with me.
- 18. - I'll not.
- Won't tha?
- 19. - No, 'cause I'm not gonna work down pit.
- Where's ya gonna work then?
- 20. I don't know,
but I'm not gonna work down pit.
- 21. No.
And have I to tell thee why?
- 22. For one thing, tha's to be able to
read and write before they set thee on.
- 23. And for another, they won't trouble
with a little twat like thee.
- 24. - Switch the light out then.
- Switch it out yourself.
- 25. ?
- 26. Me billicking bike!
- 27. ?
- 28. ?
- 29. - (Man) I thought you weren't coming.
- Why? I'm not late, am I?
- 30. Very near.
- 31. - I nearly was though.
- What do you mean?
- 32. Our Jud, he's taken the bike.
- 33. - What you gonna do then?
- Walk it.
- 34. Walk it? How long do you
think that's gonna take?
- 35. - It'll not take me long.
- 36. There's a waiting list a mile long
for that job of yours.
- 37. Good lads, too, most of 'em.
From up Firs Hill, round there.
- 38. I haven't let you down, have I?
- 39. - Ah, morning. Morning.
- (Man) Morning, sir.
- 40. - Not very promising again.
- A bit on the nippy side as well this morning.
- 41. - Aye.
- 20 Players tipped, please.
- 42. Oh, right.
- 43. - I've not got 20. Will two 10s do?
- Yes. That'll be quite all right, thank you.
- 44. - Ah, thank you.
- 45. - Cheerio.
- Cheerio. Good morning, sir.
- 46. Good morning.
- 47. - You know what they said when I took you on?
- 48. They said, "You'll have to keep
your eyes open now, you know.
- 49. They're all alike in that estate up there.
He'll take your breath if you're not careful."
- 50. - I haven't taken nowt of yours yet, have I?
- Well, I haven't given you a chance, that's why.
- 51. You don't have to.
I - I haven't been nicking for ages now.
- 52. - Well, come on then. Don't stand about all day.
- I'm goin'.
- 53. ?
- 54. ?
- 55. - Hey up, young 'un! How thee goin' on?
- Not so bad.
- 56. You want to get one of these.
This is better than walkin'.
- 57. Ah, only just.
I could go faster on a kid's scooter.
- 58. - Well, tha knows what I always say.
- 59. Third-class ridin's
better than first-class walkin' any day.
- 60. You call that third-class ridin'?
In that ramshack?
- 61. What you mean, ramshack?
This is one of best models the dairy's got.
- 62. Cheeky young 'un.
See thee tomorrow.
- 63. - Can only go 20 mile an hour, as it is.
- Yeah? Got too much rattle, thee.
- 64. "Desperate Dan is stronger
than all, but this opponent makes him fall.
- 65. Right!
Where do you want to fight?
- 66. Right here! Skid. Down I go again!
What's making me fall?
- 67. Now's my chance to jump on his chest!
- 68. You won't catch me out
this time, you braggart!
- 69. A sock in the midriff
will settle your game! Splash!
- 70. What's this on my face?
Why, it's grease!
- 71. Give me that tube back!
- 72. That's how he kept making me slip! He was
squirting invisible grease under my feet!
- 73. You dirty twister!
It's time somebody taught you a lesson!
- 74. Take that! Crash!
- 75. Where did he end up?
- 76. - In the middle of next Week, Uncle Den!"
- 77. - Evenin'.
- I told you it wouldn't take me long.
- 78. What did you do? Throw half of 'em
over the gates or something?
- 79. No need to.
I know some shortcuts on the way back.
- 80. I'll bet you do.
Over other folks' property.
- 81. How many times do you want tellin'
where to put that bag?
- 82. - Time is it?
- Time you were at school.
- 83. Is it that late?
- 84. I wouldn't be your teacher
for all the coal in Barnsley.
- 85. - Oh, Mr. Porter!
- 86. - Watch it, Mr. Porter.
- You clumsy young bugger!
- 87. What you tryin' to do? Kill me?
- 88. (Boy)
I lost me balance.
- 89. I wouldn't put it past you either.
I fair felt me heart go then.
- 90. Just sit down here
and relax a couple of minutes.
- 91. Are you all right now?
- 92. I'm bloody champion.
- 93. I'll be off then.
- 94. And don't be late tonight.
- 95. - Allot?
- 96. - Bowser?
- 97. - Bridges?
- Absent, sir.
- 98. - Absent. Bridges. Casper?
- 99. - Clegg?
- 100. - Fisher?
- German Bight.
- 101. - Did you say something?
- Yes, sir. I didn't mean...
- 102. Stand up, lad.
- 103. - What did you say?
- German Bight, sir.
- 104. - He's daft, sir.
- 105. - (Boy) He's right, sir.
- Is this your ridiculous idea of a joke?
- 106. - No, sir.
- Well, what is the idea then?
- 107. Well, when you said "Fisher", sir...
- 108. - Well, what about it?
- Just came out. Fisher. German Bight.
- 109. It's the shipping forecast, sir.
Fisher. German Bight. Cromarty.
- 110. I like to hear it every night, sir.
- 111. - I like names.
- 112. And so you thought you'd enlighten me and the
rest of the class with your idiotic information?
- 113. - No, sir.
- Blurting out and making a mess of my register.
- 114. - It just came out, sir.
- And so did you, Casper.
- 115. - Just come out from under a stone.
- 116. I said, quiet!
- 117. Is anyone else absent besides
Bridges and Fisher?
- 118. Any girls?
- 119. Right. Now then, it's time
we're off to assembly.
- 120. One row at a time.
This one, stand.
- 121. Move forward.
- 122. Pamela, you're talking.
Cut it out.
- 123. Hey up, Billy.
What's that mean, Germans bite?
- 124. Oh, shut your mouth.
I'm sick of hearin' about "Germans bite".
- 125. - Are you comin' nestin' tomorrow?
- Yeah, I'll come.
- 126. - What time?
- About six.
- 127. Don't be late.
- 128. - Thou coming, Guth?
- 129. Nestin'.
- 130. - When?
- 131. - What time?
- About six.
- 132. - Can't.
- 133. - Takin' girlfriend to Sheffield.
- 134. (Boy)
Oh, they're not goin' at six after all!
- 135. What the bloody hell do you want
at this time in the morning?
- 136. - Get your Mac up.
- Hey, he's fast asleep.
- 137. I can't get him up at this time.
- 138. - Go get him up for me.
- His father, he'll be down to ya!
- 139. I'm not bothered about his father.
I want your MacDowell.
- 140. - Bugger off, you little sod!
- Get him up, see ya!
- 141. I'm not gettin' him up.
It's too early for him.
- 142. - He said I had to get him up.
- He's fast asleep and he's not goin'.
- 143. So just get off with ya.
- 144. ?
- 145. ?
- 146. ?
- 147. ?
- 148. ?
- 149. - Now, then. What's tha doin'?
- 150. Well, bugger off then.
Don't you know it's private property?
- 151. - Can I get up to that kestrel's nest?
- What kestrel's nest?
- 152. - Up wall.
- There's no nest up there, so off tha goes.
- 153. There is.
I've seen 'em come out.
- 154. What will tha do when tha gets up there?
Take all its eggs?
- 155. - There ain't any eggs. There are young 'uns.
- Well, there's nowt to go up for then, is there?
- 156. Can I come to the bottom then?
Never seen a kestrel's nest before.
- 157. Come on then.
- 158. - There it is.
- 159. - That big hole.
- It's nested there for donkeys' years now.
- 160. - Just think. And I never knew.
- No, there's not many that does.
- 161. Been watching from the wood there.
- 162. Goes onto post, then hovers...
- 163. then swoops down onto it prey,
carries it off to it young 'uns.
- 164. Looks great.
- 165. I've been gonna knock that wall down
for ages now.
- 166. - What for?
- Well, it's dangerous.
- 167. I won't even let her play near.
- 168. If I lived round here,
I'd get a young 'un and train it.
- 169. - Would ya?
- You can train 'em.
- 170. Do you know how?
- 171. Do you know?
- 172. No. There's not many that does.
- 173. They're hard to train. If they're
not kept properly, it's criminal.
- 174. - Do you know anybody who's kept 'em?
- One or two.
- 175. But, er, they had to let 'em go
because they're hard to train.
- 176. Where can I find out about 'em then?
- 177. Well, er, probably at public library.
They'll have some books on 'em.
- 178. - Where's that?
- Down at city.
- 179. Hey. Are you a member?
- 180. - What do you mean?
- Are you a member of the library?
- 181. I don't know about that.
I only want a book on falconry, that's all.
- 182. Well, you have to be a member
to take a book out.
- 183. - But I only want one.
- Have you filled one of these forms in?
- 184. - No.
- You're not a member then.
- 185. You'll have to take one of these home first
for your father to sign.
- 186. - Me dad's away.
- You can wait till he comes back home, can't you?
- 187. I don't mean that.
I mean he's left home.
- 188. Oh, I see. Well, in that case
your mother'll have to sign it for you.
- 189. Yeah, but she's at work and she'll not be
home till teatime, and it's Sunday tomorrow.
- 190. - There's no rush, is there?
- I've never broke a book, you know.
- 191. - I haven't tore it or...
- Look at your hands. They're absolutely filthy.
- 192. - We'll end up with dirty books that way.
- I don't read dirty books.
- 193. I should hope you don't read dirty books.
You're not old enough to read dirty books.
- 194. Me mum knows one of the people
who works here. That'll help, won't it?
- 195. No, that doesn't help at all.
You still have to have the back signed.
- 196. To be a member, you'll have to
have somebody over 21
- 197. who is on the borough electoral roll
to sign it for you.
- 198. - Yeah, well, I'm over 21.
- You're not over 21.
- 199. Yeah, but I vote.
- 200. - You don't vote. You're not old enough to vote.
- I vote for me mum. She don't like voting, so I do it.
- 201. Just have to wait for it, won't you?
- 202. Where would I find a... a book then?
In a shop, or...
- 203. Go down the street. There's a second-hand
bookshop there. You'll find some down there.
- 204. - Good afternoon. Can I help you?
- (Man) Yes.
- 205. I'm rather interested
in Noel Coward's autobiography...
- 206. er, Present Indicative.
- 207. Um...
- 208. (Man)
No, I believe it's a complete book.
- 209. ?
- 210. - What tha got this for? Tha can't read.
- Give us it here!
- 211. - Come here!
- Get off!
- 212. Falconry? What's tha
want to know about falconry?
- 213. - Give it here!
- 214. "Falconer's Handbook."
Where'd ya get this from?
- 215. - I've lent it.
- Nicked it, more like.
- 216. - Where'd ya get it from?
- A shop in town.
- 217. Tha must be crackers. I could understand
if it were money, but chuff me, not a book!
- 218. Have it!
- 219. Look what thou have done.
I'm lookin' after this book!
- 220. And what better off will ya be
when thou's got it?
- 221. - A lot. I'm gonna get a kestrel and train it.
- Train it?
- 222. Tha couldn't train a flea.
- 223. Anyway, where's ya
gonna get a kestrel from?
- 224. - I know a nest.
- Thou doesn't!
- 225. - All right, then I don't.
- 226. - I'm not tellin'.
- I says where?
- 227. - Ow! Thou hurting me arm!
- Where then?
- 228. Monastery Farm.
- 229. Thou could have broke me arm then.
- 230. Have to see about goin' round there
with t' old gun.
- 231. If thou does, I'll tell t' farmer on thee.
- 232. - Why? What's he got to do with it?
- He protects 'em.
- 233. Protects 'em?
- 234. Hawks are a menace to farmers.
They eat all the poultry and that.
- 235. Yeah, I know.
They dive down at cows and take 'em away.
- 236. - Funny bugger.
- Well, thou talks daft.
- 237. They're only small.
- 238. They eat mice, insects
and little birds sometimes.
- 239. I hope I'll be watchin' a bird tonight.
- 240. She'll not have feathers though.
Not all over, any road.
- 241. - Have you had any tea yet, Billy?
- 242. Well, get some then.
You know where t' pantry is.
- 243. - How's your horses gone on, Jud?
- Not bad.
- 244. - Two winners.
- You haven't, have ya?
- 245. - Yeah.
- Might be getting tret tonight then.
- 246. - Oh, somebody treats you every night.
- Oh, shut it.
- 247. And don't you be comin' home
blind drunk again either, Jud.
- 248. Why? Are you entertainin'?
- 249. You kiddin'?
- 250. If I entertained as much as you,
I should do all right, shan't I?
- 251. What tripe you've been
goin' out with lately. My God.
- 252. Better than that cripple
you bring home, in't?
- 253. - What cripple? Reg? He's not a cripple.
- Will be if he comes in here tonight.
- 254. At least them I go out with
are not tightfisted, that's all.
- 255. - Who is?
- Your man!
- 256. You want to talk! You chuck your bloody
money around like a Scotchman with no arms!
- 257. You have to use a spanner to get a
threepenny bit out of his hand, that's why.
- 258. Aye, because he's comin' wise
to you, in't he?
- 259. Ooh. Listen, what about him you're goin' with?
He's tight as a camel's arse in a sandstorm.
- 260. You just keep your hand over your mouth talkin'
about him, 'cause you'll get into trouble.
- 261. - You're not too big to have a good hiding.
- He can't do it.
- 262. - Who can't?
- He can't!
- 263. You might find that he's bigger
than what you think.
- 264. More chance of gettin' struck
by lightnin' than him hittin' me.
- 265. Shut your face.
I'm fed up of it.
- 266. It's every bloomin' Saturday night
I get ready to go out, you're at me.
- 267. - I always go out in a mess and all upset.
- Yeah, I know!
- 268. Gettin' too big for your boots, comin' in and
out here, thinking you own the damned house.
- 269. You don't own it yet, you know.
- 270. No. I will do one day though,
- 271. - Over my dead body.
- That's what I says. I'll own it one day, won't I?
- 272. - I'm sick on it, Jud. I am. Pig sick.
- And I'm sick of you!
- 273. I go out to work every day, and every Saturday
night I go out for a drink and you upset me.
- 274. - I don't think I'll go. I'm that fed up.
- Well, don't bother. I'll not miss you.
- 275. You'll not bloody miss nowt.
You'll be out there, won't ya?
- 276. - Yeah.
- 277. Aye, what a smart-lookin' kid
in t' mirror.
- 278. Some bird's gonna be lucky tonight.
- 279. Listen to God's gift to woman.
- 280. Fancy buying me
a brandy and pep tonight?
- 281. Aye. I hope it keeps fine for ya.
- 282. ?
- 283. These could have done with
a bit of a polish.
- 284. Oh, still, never mind.
It's gonna be dark soon.
- 285. What you gonna do
with yourself tonight, love?
- 286. Read me book.
- 287. Oh, God, look at the time. Five to seven.
I'm gonna be late again.
- 288. Listen, Billy, there's two bob here.
- 289. I want you to get yourself
some pop and some crisps. D'ya hear?
- 290. Yeah.
- 291. And don't still be up
when I come in, will ya.
- 292. No.
- 293. - Good night, then.
- 294. ? I came home unexpectedly
- 295. ? And caught her crying needlessly
- 296. ? In the middle of the day;
- 297. - ? And that was in the early spring?
- 298. ? When flowers bloom and robins sing
- 299. ? She went away
- 300. - ? And honey, I miss you?
- How are you, darling?
- 301. - All right, thanks.
- 302. - He brought you up here?
- 303. ? And I'd love to be with you
- 304. ? If only I...
- 305. ?
- 306. - (Man) Give me a chance!
- Thank you.
- 307. I'd like to carry on
with a Tremeloes number.
- 308. - You can have a good time up to a point.
- 309. But there comes a time
when you want to settle down.
- 310. - Oh, I...
- I'm gettin' a bit fed up of workin' all t' time.
- 311. - There's plenty of time to settle down, in't there?
- Depends what you're lookin' for, don't it?
- 312. ?
- 313. I just like to come home, get me meal,
get a bath, change and out, me.
- 314. Not a care in t' world.
- 315. You see, when you've been married once
and you marry a wrong 'un...
- 316. it makes you a bit apprehensive
to... towards gettin'...
- 317. - Oh, yeah.
- Well, you know, don't ya?
- 318. 'Cause he were never good.
- 319. But it makes you a bit more wary
about gettin' married again.
- 320. If she wants to go with a different bloke,
it's not up to me to tell her what to do.
- 321. She's old enough
to know her own mind, in't she?
- 322. - Well, yeah, I mean...
- (Man) No hurry to settle down.
- 323. You can never tell, really.
I sit and wonder sometimes what he will do.
- 324. Perhaps if he had have been brought up
in a different environment...
- 325. and had a better education...
- 326. he would have made more
than what he has.
- 327. At the moment, he's just, uh -
- 328. He's a hopeless case, in't he?
- 329. ? Oh, won't you please come back
- 330. I'm happy as I am. I doubt if I
could be any happier, you know.
- 331. My lads have got nowt.
I don't know what they're gonna do.
- 332. I mean, I don't know whether our Jud
really wanted to be a miner, do I?
- 333. From my point of view, Reg,
when a woman gets to my age...
- 334. you've two kids, you want to be
settlin' down wi' a nice house...
- 335. and somebody to... to come home to ya
and be lookin' after 'em.
- 336. - Like I look after you.
- Well, ar.
- 337. But you're not married to me,
- 338. - Never mind. Give us a kiss.
- Don't be so damned daft!
- 339. - Give us a kiss. Come on.
- He's had too much ale again.
- 340. - I haven't. I haven't.
- Yes, you have.
- 341. Say, Mom, have you brought
that cripple wi' ya?
- 342. - Keep it shut. Keep it shut.
- He's had a couple of drinks.
- 343. - Keep it shut, all right?
- 344. Say, did everybody hear about him
when he got married?
- 345. He got confetti on elastic.
That's how tightfisted he is.
- 346. - Leave him be, the cluck.
- 347. If he wants trouble,
I'll give him trouble.
- 348. ? Oh, along the road there lives a guy
- 349. ? I'd like you all to know
- 350. ? He grew a great big marrow
for the little flower show
- 351. ? He showed it to a lady
- 352. ? Who lived just along the way
- 353. ? And when she saw the size of it
- 354. - ? He heard the lady say...?
- 355. ? Ooh!
- 356. ? What a beauty
- 357. ? Ooh!
- 358. ? What a whopper!
- 359. ? It must be 18 inches long or more
- 360. ? It's such a lovely colour
- 361. ? It's nice and round and fat
- 362. ? Whoever thought a marrow
- 363. - ? Ooh!
- 364. - ? Oh, what a beauty?
- 365. Bleedin' lock.
- 366. Billy, are tha asleep?
- 367. Cussed trousers.
- 368. The bleeding things.
- 369. Now! Billy!
- 370. - Give over.
- 371. Help me get
these bleeding trousers off.
- 372. Come on!
Don't be all bleeding night.
- 373. I'm fed up with this bloody game.
- 374. - It's every Saturday night alike.
- 375. Don't help, will tha?
- 376. Get back to sleep, you...
- 377. - pig,
- 378. - Hog. Sow.
- 379. Ya drunken bastard.
- 380. Tha don't like bein' called
a bastard, does tha? Ya bastard!
- 381. - Ya pig.
- 382. Pig.
- 383. Hog. Sow.
- 384. Drunken... bastard.
- 385. Bastard. Bastard.
- 386. Drunken pig.
- 387. - Pig.
- 388. Billy!
- 389. Billy! Billy!
- 390. ?
- 391. ?
- 392. ?
- 393. Three good meals a day
I'll give him for about a fortnight.
- 394. If a piece of meat held between the finger
and thumb of the gloved hand...
- 395. is offered to the hawk...
- 396. it will probably bend down
and pull at the meat with its beak.
- 397. Come on. Come on.
- 398. Come on.
- 399. As soon as the hawk
will come a leash length indoors...
- 400. she may be tried off a fence
or gatepost out of doors.
- 401. It is quite likely that although she was
coming to the first... fist promptly indoors...
- 402. she will now refuse to come at all.
- 403. She will stand looking
fearfully around her...
- 404. and ignoring the meat
and the fist thrust in front of her.
- 405. When she will come a leash length
out of doors...
- 406. she can be called greater distances
by means of creance...
- 407. a long cord which is attached
to the hawk to prevent her escaping.
- 408. With luck, she will not
attempt to fly away.
- 409. ?
- 410. Come on then.
- 411. Kes!
- 412. Come on, lass.
- 413. Come on, Kes!
- 414. Come on, Kes!
- 415. Come on then.
- 416. Come on, Kes.
- 417. ?
- 418. ?
- 419. Come on, get ready!
What are you playing at?
- 420. Get ready now, you.
- 421. Skiving again, Guthrie?
- 422. No, sir. Mr. Farthing, sir,
has been talking to me.
- 423. I'll bet that was stimulating
for him, wasn't it, lad?
- 424. - What does that mean, sir?
- The conversation, lad.
- 425. What do you think it means?
- 426. - Does it mean "stimulate", sir?
- 427. Stimulating, you fool!
- 428. "S-T-I-M-I-L-A-T-I-N-G."
- 429. Come on, lad, get ready.
You're two weeks late already.
- 430. You three, get down
before I come and put ya down.
- 431. Casper, what do you think you're doing?
Get down there! Why aren't you changed?
- 432. I've no kit, sir.
- 433. Casper, you make me sick.
- 434. Every lesson it's the same old story -
"Please, sir, I've no kit, sir."
- 435. Every lesson for the past four years...
- 436. you've begged and borrowed
and skived and scrounged.
- 437. Why is it, Casper, when all this lot
can provide kit, you can't?
- 438. Don't know, sir. Me mum says it's a
waste of money, especially now I'm leavin'.
- 439. You haven't been leaving for the
past four years, have you, lad?
- 440. No, sir.
- 441. You can buy some
with your spending money, can't you?
- 442. - Don't like football, sir.
- What's that got to do with it, Casper?
- 443. Don't know.
Anyway, I don't get enough.
- 444. Get a job then, lad.
Get a job.
- 445. - I've got one, sir.
- They pay you, don't they, Casper?
- 446. Yeah, but I have to give it to me mum. I'm
payin' me fines, instalments every week.
- 447. You should keep out of trouble, lad!
- 448. Keep out of trouble.
- 449. I ain't been in trouble, sir,
not since last time.
- 450. I'll get you some kit, Casper.
I'll get you some kit.
- 451. - Tha's had it now, Casper, lad!
- Aw, shut thee mouth!
- 452. Right, Casper.
Get into those.
- 453. - They'll not fit me, sir!
- You can get into them, can't you?
- 454. - Yes, sir.
- Right. I figured that.
- 455. They'll keep your cobblers warm, Casper.
- 456. Don't forget to take
your vest and underpants off.
- 457. - Don't wear 'em, sir.
- 458. (Boy) Casper, tuck 'em in!
Thee privates showin'!
- 459. (Boy)
The muscleman o' t' year!
- 460. ?
- 461. (Boy)
He's just come back from Biafra.
- 462. Pull them up, Casper! Pull them up!
- 463. - Like that, sir?
- 464. Roll them down, Casper!
- 465. You're too daft to laugh at.
- 466. Right. They'll do there.
- 467. You lot, come on, get changed.
- 468. Wasted enough time already.
- 469. I'll give you a sample
of my footballing skills.
- 470. A rare delight.
- 471. Watch yourself, Casper!
- 472. I won't tell you again, Crossland!
- 473. Come on, move.
- 474. Off that goal post!
- 475. Off that goal post!
I'll be up there in a minute!
- 476. Come here, Tibbutt.
- 477. We'll pick two teams.
You're the captain.
- 478. Right, line up
on the halfway line, quickly.
- 479. - I'll have first pick. Paget.
- That's not fair, sir. You'll get all t' best players.
- 480. Do you wanna play football,
or do you wanna do some maths?
- 481. - Football, sir.
- Paget then. Come here.
- 482. - Speed.
- 483. - Clark.
- 484. - Guthrie.
- 485. - Uh... Clegg.
- 486. Bloody hell, I'm frozen already.
- 487. - Joyce.
- 488. - Ryder.
- 489. - Norton.
- (Boy) Come on, Parker.
- 490. - Casper, I've got to have ya.
- 491. Come on. Don't act.
Come on. Put 'em round your waist.
- 492. Now.
- 493. Right, we'll play with the wind,
downhill, this way.
- 494. - Paget, you're inside right. Come on.
- We'll be out here all day.
- 495. Who are you today, sir?
- 496. Don't be slack.
Don't you know your club colours?
- 497. Manchester United strip, this.
- 498. Are you playing Denis Law
again today, sir, or striker?
- 499. No. Charlton today, lad.
All over the field. Too cold for striker.
- 500. Course, uh, Charlton's not
as quick on t' turn as Law, is he?
- 501. - You tryin' to tell me about football?
- No. I'm just telling you that...
- 502. - You trying to tell me?
- No, sir.
- 503. - Anyway, Denis Law's in the wash this week.
- 504. - Nobody's in goal, sir.
- No goalie, sir.
- 505. - No goal, sir.
- Who's in the goals?
- 506. - Casper.
- Casper, sir.
- 507. Casper, what position
are you supposed to be playing?
- 508. - Don't know, sir. Inside left?
- 509. How can you be inside left
back there, idiot? In the goals.
- 510. - I can't goal, sir! I don't!
- Now's your chance to learn. In the goals!
- 511. - (Boy) Get out.
- Quick about it.
- 512. (Boy)
- 513. Tibbutt, we're Manchester United.
Who are you?
- 514. Uh, we'll be Spurs, sir.
Then there's no clash of colours.
- 515. Right, then, it's Manchester United
- 516. in this important fifth-round cup tie
here at Old Trafford.
- 517. And it's the fair-haired,
slightly balding Charlton to kick off.
- 518. Come on, Speed.
- 519. - What you playin' at, lad?
- You kicked it miles away!
- 520. You should be on the move, lad!
It was at your feet!
- 521. - Cross it, Ryder. Quickly!
- Come on!
- 522. - Where's the rest of my team?
- 523. Come on, quickly, Casper.
- 524. I've never seen such slack work in my life.
I've never seen such slack work in my...
- 525. - What's that for, sir?
- Slack work, lad. Slack work.
- 526. Hit that ball up the field, Parker.
- 527. Look at this lot.
I have to keep this shirt on and all after.
- 528. Cross the ball!
- 529. And Charlton goes through, and...
- 530. Oh, never! Never! Come on!
- 531. - Penalty!
- 532. - Never.
- Who do you think you are? Bremner?
- 533. - You tripped on your own feet, sir!
- 534. - Penalty.
- No, it weren't, sir!
- 535. Outside that semicircle.
- 536. - Shall I take it, sir?
- I take the penalties on this team.
- 537. No one moves till this ball's kicked.
- 538. (Boy)
Watch everything, sir.
- 539. Just watch this, Guthrie.
- 540. Right, Clegg?
- 541. - You moved. You moved.
- 542. - Put it back.
- 543. - Penalty!
- 544. Behind the 18-yard line.
- 545. (Boy)
Save it, Cleggy.
- 546. - Sir, why don't you let Paget kick it?
- Tha better save it, Cleggy! Else I'll drop tha.
- 547. - (Boy) You got everything!
- Why don't you let Paget kick it, sir?
- 548. - He moved!
- I didn't move, sir.
- 549. The referee's decision is final.
- 550. (Boy)
Let's do it this time, sir.
- 551. - Oh!
- 552. You should have done it
the first time.
- 553. And that, boys,
is how to take a penalty.
- 554. Look one way and kick the other.
- 555. All right, come on, Tibbutt, lad.
- 556. And Bobby Charlton has
equalised for Manchester United...
- 557. and the score is one goal each.
- 558. - Aah!
- Get some leg dope!
- 559. - Did you see that?
- That fat twat!
- 560. He wants bleedin' milkin'.
- 561. That big fat git!
- 562. What did you say?
- 563. - What did you say?
- Nowt, sir.
- 564. Right! Get off!
In that changin' room! Get off!
- 565. - I didn't say nowt, sir.
- 566. I won't tolerate that
on a football pitch.
- 567. - It's not fair, sir.
- That's our captain, sir.
- 568. I don't care who he is.
You play this game like gentlemen.
- 569. - Can't play without a captain!
- 570. Right inside!
- 571. He's our captain, sir!
- 572. An early bath for you, lad.
- 573. I'll bounce the ball up.
- 574. - It's not fair, sir! They never get sent off!
- I shall be up there in a minute!
- 575. They never get sent off, sir!
- 576. Off! Right off!
- 577. - Come on, Paget!
- Me! Me! Me!
- 578. - I got left with the football!
- What do you think you're doing?
- 579. Don't know.
- 580. What do you mean?
- 581. Practicing, sir.
- 582. Huh?
Show me what you're doing.
- 583. - Our ball!
- Our ball! Our ball!
- 584. - Our ball!
- Our ball!
- 585. - Clegg!
- 586. Come on, Clegg!
- 587. Ball! Go on, boy!
- 588. - Casper!
- 589. Casper!
- 590. What do you think you are, lad?
- 591. - All he needs now is a banana.
- Get down. I'll make you red-hot in a minute!
- 592. Thank you.
- 593. Now, for my next trick...
- 594. I'll show you a trick! Get back
in that goal! The rest of you, up field!
- 595. Bloody...
- 596. - What's up?
- That ball is...
- 597. - That ball, it's hard as iron.
- I know. It's like a stone, in't it?
- 598. - I'm bloody freezing.
- My feet are like blocks of ice.
- 599. Me knees, look at 'em.
They're goin' pale.
- 600. Look at t' colour.
It's gone white.
- 601. - Oh, I wish I'd brought a note.
- 602. Come on, Danny!
- 603. - Goal!
- It's in!
- 604. Great goal that, sir.
- 605. I'll give you a "great goal", lad.
- 606. Spurs into the sixth round of t' cup!
- 607. Sixth round? I'll give you six of the best
in a minute! On your way!
- 608. - Lost again, sir?
- Fetch my tracksuit.
- 609. Better luck next time.
- 610. Disgusting!
- 611. - In a hurry, Casper?
- Yes, sir. I have to get home, sir.
- 612. - Really?
- Yes, sir.
- 613. - Forgotten something?
- No, sir.
- 614. - Are you sure?
- Yes, sir.
- 615. - What about the showers?
- I've had one, sir.
- 616. - You can ask any of 'em, sir.
- I'll just do that.
- 617. - Have you seen him have a shower?
- No, sir.
- 618. - Have you?
- No, sir. I didn't, sir.
- 619. - Have you?
- No, sir.
- 620. Have you seen him have a shower?
- 621. - Who, sir?
- 622. - When, sir?
- Just now.
- 623. - Has he had a shower?
- Had a shower, sir?
- 624. Has Casper had a shower?
What you fooling about at, lad?
- 625. - Has Casper had a shower?
- I don't think so, sir.
- 626. Speed, you fool about any more,
you'll get what Casper just had.
- 627. No one's seen you have a shower, Casper,
because you haven't had one.
- 628. - Me mum says I ain't to have a shower, sir.
- Come here, lad. What's your mother say?
- 629. I ain't to have a shower, sir.
I've got a cold.
- 630. - Where's your note then? Let me see your note.
- Can I bring it this afternoon, sir?
- 631. That's no good, lad.
I want one now.
- 632. Any boy wishing to be excused
physical education or showers...
- 633. must, at the time of the lesson...
- 634. produce a sealed letter of explanation signed
by one of his parents or his legal guardian.
- 635. - Go on, sir, let me go home.
- You can go, lad.
- 636. Hey, come here.
When you've had a shower.
- 637. I haven't a towel, sir.
- 638. - Borrow one.
- Nobody'll lend me one.
- 639. Have a drip-dry then.
Shower. Come on.
- 640. - Come here, MacDowell.
- 641. Come here, lad.
- 642. Come here.
- 643. - What's this?
- Our dog did it, sir.
- 644. - Your dog did it?
- 645. It bit me, sir.
I fought with it on the rug last night.
- 646. - A dog wearing nylons, lads.
- 647. Bloody hell.
- 648. - Still in a hurry, Casper?
- Can I go now, sir?
- 649. You're not going anywhere
till you've had a proper wash.
- 650. - I've had one, sir.
- In the shower, lad.
- 651. - I've been, sir!
- In the shower, lad.
- 652. - I've got to get home!
- In the shower.
- 653. Ryder, Speed, come here.
- 654. - Me, sir?
- Yes, you two. Come on.
- 655. Want you two to stay here
and see that he doesn't come out.
- 656. - Do what, sir?
- Stay there and see that he doesn't come out.
- 657. Aah! Sir! It's gone cold!
- 658. Got a sweat on, Casper?
- 659. I thought you might need a cooler
after your exertions in goal.
- 660. It's not right, sir.
I'll catch me death of cold in here.
- 661. It's not right.
- 662. Was it right when
you let that goal in deliberately?
- 663. - Can't we go for us dinners?
- No, you can't. You can stay there.
- 664. - We're servers.
- I don't care.
- 665. They can serve themselves for once.
- 666. You shouldn't put me in goal, sir.
You know I'm useless.
- 667. Now's your chance to learn.
- 668. Shall we let him out, sir?
He'll catch his death of cold in here.
- 669. He'll catch pneumonia.
- 670. I don't care what he gets.
- 671. If he thinks I'm running my blood
to water for 90 minutes...
- 672. for him to deliberately throw the game
away, he's got another think coming.
- 673. Sir, we're going to miss our dinner.
- 674. (Boy) Come on, sir! We've
got to go for our dinner.
- 675. - Look at him!
- 676. - Get down!
- (Boy) He looks like a bleedin' snake!
- 677. Think yourself lucky.
- 678. ?
- 679. Too far is too far.
Hey up, old 'un! How it goin'?
- 680. - Rough, man. Rough.
- 681. I'd be on top of the world
on a day like today.
- 682. Another 10 minutes
I'll be at bottom on it.
- 683. (Man)
- 684. Oh, you have it.
- 685. (Man)
- 686. ? The trivial round, the common task
- 687. ? Would furnish all we ought to ask
- 688. ? Room to deny ourselves a road
- 689. ? To bring us daily
- 690. ? Nearer God
- 691. ? Only, O Lord, in thy dear love
- 692. ? Fit us for perfect rest above
- 693. ? And help us this and every day
- 694. ? To live more nearly as we pray
- 695. This morning's reading is taken from
Matthew, chapter 18, verses 10-14.
- 696. "Never despise one of these little ones,
I tell you.
- 697. They have their guardian angels
- 698. who look continually on the face
of my heavenly father.
- 699. Suppose a man has a hundred sheep.
- 700. If one of them strays, does he not leave
the other 99 on the hillside...
- 701. and go in search of the one
- 702. And if he should find it, I tell you this:
- 703. He is more delighted over that sheep
than over the 99 that never strayed.
- 704. In the same way,
it is not your heavenly father's will...
- 705. that one of these little ones
should be lost."
- 706. Here ends this morning's reading.
- 707. Stop! Stop that infernal coughing!
- 708. Every morning alike!
- 709. Clear your throats on the way to school,
- 710. Sounds more like a dirt track
than an assembly hall.
- 711. Come out! Come out, that boy!
- 712. Who coughed?
- 713. Mr. Hesketh, somewhere near you,
- 714. Fetch that boy out!
- 715. MacDowell! It was you.
You were coughing.
- 716. - It weren't!
- Yes, it was. I heard you.
- 717. - It weren't, sir.
- Come on, don't argue. We know.
- 718. - It weren't me. Honest!
- Come on. Headmaster's study. Come on.
- 719. MacDowell! I might
have known it! Get to my office!
- 720. - It weren't me, sir.
- And heaven help you!
- 721. We will now say the Lord's Prayer.
- 722. Hands together, eyes closed.
- 723. Our Father...
- 724. Our Father...
- 725. which art in heaven...
- 726. hallowed be thy name.
- 727. Thy kingdom come.
- 728. Thy will be done...
- 729. - Does he bite, then?
- Fierce. Had a little kid's hand off nearly.
- 730. Had he? My, my, my!
- 731. What's he fastened on then, wire?
- 732. - Aye. It's broke this off and all.
- Oh, dear.
- 733. - Just darted at the kid and got him.
- Well, I don't know.
- 734. Is that what you've got
the glove on for?
- 735. - Yeah. Just in case he gets me.
- Aye. Aye.
- 736. - What do you call it?
- 737. Kes? Aye.
- 738. He is a nice bird.
- 739. I shouldn't like to handle him.
- 740. Casper! Casper! Up, lad!
On your feet!
- 741. You were asleep, weren't you, Casper?
- 742. - I don't know, sir.
- I know! You were! You were asleep!
- 743. Why were you asleep,
you irreverent scoundrel?
- 744. - I don't know, sir.
- I know why!
- 745. You're roaming the streets at night
instead of being home in bed.
- 746. See me in my office afterwards!
I'll give you something to think about!
- 747. Sit!
- 748. Here are the announcements.
- 749. A reminder that
the youth employment officer...
- 750. - will be here this afternoon to meet the Easter leavers.
- 751. Your parents should have been told.
- 752. But if any boy has forgotten...
- 753. or thinks that his parents may wish
to attend his interview...
- 754. then he can consult the list on the main
notice board for the approximate times.
- 755. And finally, for three members
of the smokers' union...
- 756. caught yesterday
behind the games storeroom...
- 757. there will be a meeting
with me after assembly...
- 758. when I will be pleased to see
and hear them pay their dues.
- 759. He'd better not stick me on it.
I'm fetchin' me father up if he does.
- 760. What the good of bringing thee father
down here? He don't do nowt when he comes.
- 761. - What's thou mean?
- Last time he came, he got stick and all.
- 762. Shut up with all that.
I'm sick of hearin' thee.
- 763. When he came down,
they were all laughin' at him.
- 764. - They were what?
- Yeah. Weren't they?
- 765. Don't say nowt about my father, right?
- 766. He's not gonna stick me anyhow.
- 767. What does thou want?
- 768. I've got a message for Mr. Gryce
from Mrs. Spooner.
- 769. - Thou'd better queue then, ain't thou?
- 770. It's his favourite trick.
He loves to keep you waiting.
- 771. Thinks it makes it worse.
- 772. Yeah. He can keep me till four o'clock.
I'm not bothered.
- 773. I'd rather have the stick
than do the lessons.
- 774. Come here, thee.
- 775. Save us these
till after we come out of Gryce's.
- 776. I can't. He'll think
I have smoked as well.
- 777. He'll not search thee, but he'll search us. And
if he finds them on us, we'll get two extra.
- 778. - I don't want 'em.
- Does thou want some fist instead?
- 779. Are tha gonna take them?
- 780. Tha'd better, lad,
or thou'll say thee prayers.
- 781. Okay. But if I get caned,
you'll give me summat.
- 782. Some fist if tha don't.
- 783. In the pocket.
- 784. Hey up, he's here - Gryce Pudding.
- 785. Single file.
- 786. Right. You lost, lad?
- 787. - Please, sir, I'm going...
- On your way! Homeroom.
- 788. You lot, inside.
- 789. Same old faces.
- 790. Same old faces.
- 791. Ten years this school's been opened...
- 792. and 10 years have we seen
after every assembly...
- 793. a line of boys here,
and the same old faces.
- 794. - Sir, I've got a message...
- Shut up, lad. Don't interrupt.
- 795. Now close the door.
- 796. I've taught in this city
for over 30 years.
- 797. I taught some of your parents -
your father, MacDowell -
- 798. in the old slum schools in the city...
- 799. before they built this fine estate...
- 800. and this wonderful school.
- 801. Things are no better now
than they were then.
- 802. I just can't understand this generation.
- 803. I thought I knew something
about young people.
- 804. I should be able to, you know?
With my experience.
- 805. But with you? No.
- 806. It just seems a complete waste of money
and a waste of time.
- 807. And it's a waste of time
talking to you now.
- 808. Why, you're not even listening,
are you, MacDowell?
- 809. - Yes, sir.
- No, you're not!
- 810. - Crossland, you're not listening, are you?
- I am, sir.
- 811. No, you're not. None of you are listening!
Look at that glazed expression on your faces.
- 812. You never listen!
Yours is the generation that never listens.
- 813. Because we can never tell you anything.
- 814. You're the sophisticated ones...
- 815. with all your music and your gear.
- 816. But, you know, it's superficial.
- 817. It's a sheen.
- 818. There's nothing solid
or worthwhile underneath.
- 819. Why do I know this?
- 820. Why do I know there's been no advance...
- 821. in discipline or decency
or morals or manners?
- 822. Why do I know it?
- 823. Because I still have to use this
to you boys every day.
- 824. Why? In the '20s and '30s,
I could understand it.
- 825. They were hard times.
- 826. But they produced qualities in people
that you lot will never have.
- 827. I can be stopped in the street
by someone I taught then...
- 828. and we'll talk about the old days...
- 829. and we'll laugh
about the thrashings that I gave him.
- 830. But what do I get from you lot?
- 831. A honk...
- 832. from a greasy, pimply-faced youth...
- 833. sitting at the wheel
of a big secondhand car.
- 834. I don't know. I just don't know.
- 835. No guts. No backbone.
- 836. Nothing to commend you whatsoever.
- 837. Mere fodder for the mass media.
- 838. And so, until someone
produces a better solution...
- 839. I'll continue to use this cane...
- 840. knowing fully well that you'll be
back for it time and time and time again.
- 841. You smokers will go out of here
with your hands ringing.
- 842. But will it stop you smoking?
- 843. You're already looking forward
to smoking at break.
- 844. - You, lad! What are you grinning about?
- I'm not grinning, sir.
- 845. You are! I'll bet you're already thinking
about smoking at break.
- 846. Empty your pockets.
- 847. They're loaded with cigarettes.
Come on, all of you! Empty your pockets.
- 848. - Please, sir...
- Quiet, lad! Empty your pockets!
- 849. - Sir, you don't understand...
- Empty your pockets, lad.
- 850. Disgusting!
- 851. Please, sir -
- 852. You again? You again?
- 853. - Yes, sir.
- Empty your pockets.
- 854. But, sir, I've brought a message
from Mrs. Spooner.
- 855. Empty your pockets!
- 856. I don't believe it.
- 857. I don't believe this.
- 858. Empty your pockets, lad.
- 859. Empty your pockets when you're told!
- 860. Come on, lad!
- 861. Ah!
- 862. A regular little cigarette factory,
- 863. Yes, sir.
- 864. Put that rubbish away!
- 865. Now, I hope it's going to be
a lesson to you.
- 866. I don't suppose for one minute it will be.
- 867. I don't doubt before the end of the week
you'll be back in here again...
- 868. for exactly the same crime -
- 869. Perhaps once in a while,
it might sink in.
- 870. Yes, sir.
- 871. That you're wasting your money.
- 872. That it's your money
that you're burning...
- 873. and it's your hands that get caned
when you come in here.
- 874. Good morning. Entry of the gladiators.
Where have you been?
- 875. - Been to see Mr. Gryce, sir.
- Give you the stick?
- 876. - Hmm.
- 877. - How many did you get?
- 878. - Did it hurt?
- Not bad.
- 879. Oh. Hope it didn't.
Go and sit down.
- 880. Right. Now, fact.
- 881. Anne, tell me what a fact is.
- 882. Don't give me a fact.
- 883. You know, don't say that Guthrie's got
a tatty head or anything like that.
- 884. A fact is something
what you find evidence of, like the truth.
- 885. Something that you know
has actually happened.
- 886. This is a fact.
All right? Have you got that clear?
- 887. - Yes, sir.
- 888. Tibbutt, sit up straight.
- 889. And I want the rest of you
to look at him, if you can bear it...
- 890. and tell me some facts about Tibbutt.
- 891. Wolstenholme?
- 892. He's always tryin' to go with lasses
- 893. - Is he? Guthrie?
- 894. He smokes.
- 895. - Do I heck!
- Thou does.
- 896. - Get knotted, Guthrie!
- All right, all right.
- 897. I'm not interested in what he does
out of school hours...
- 898. as long as he doesn't come into the class
smoking a fag.
- 899. All right?
- 900. - Come on, you people who aren't thinking.
- 901. Right, Julie.
- 902. I want you to think of an incident that's
happened to you sometime in the past...
- 903. that is true and that you think
will interest the rest of the class.
- 904. - All right?
- Well, er...
- 905. I went to this all-night party yesterday.
- 906. - And, er...
- 907. About three o'clock, we went...
we were dancin' in the garden.
- 908. - Me and her and all the rest.
- 909. Can't mention names.
- 910. this woman comes
across from t' road...
- 911. and, er, she tells us to...
to make less noise...
- 912. or else she'd fetch police.
- 913. So, well... so we said,
let her fetch 'em if she wanted.
- 914. - So, she fetched 'em.
- 915. Things that have actually happened.
How about another one?
- 916. What about you, Casper?
- 917. Casper!
- 918. What, sir?
- 919. "What, sir?"
You'd know if you'd been listening.
- 920. What have we just been talking about?
- 921. Stories, sir.
- 922. What kind of stories?
- 923. You haven't been listening
to a word I've said, have you?
- 924. - Yes, sir. Some of it.
- "Some of it"?
- 925. Stand up!
- 926. Right. Now you're gonna tell us
a story about yourself.
- 927. - I don't know any, sir.
- You don't know any?
- 928. Well, you stand there till you do.
- 929. Always somebody, isn't there, eh?
- 930. Somebody who wants to be awkward.
- 931. Just won't be interested.
It doesn't matter what you do.
- 932. Just like you, Casper.
- 933. Come on.
- 934. I'll give you two minutes.
Two minutes to think of something
- 935. or the whole class
comes back at four o'clock.
- 936. Come on, Casper.
Don't stand there like a nail.
- 937. He is a nail.
- 938. Come on. I say... tell him.
- 939. (Boy)
Tell him about the hawk, Casper.
- 940. If anybody else calls out,
it'll be the last call they make.
- 941. Speed?
- 942. He's got this hawk, sir,
and he goes mad over it.
- 943. He never knocks about with anybody else.
He just goes with t' hawk all the time.
- 944. - He's crackers over it.
- Better than thee, any road.
- 945. All right, Casper.
- 946. Sit down.
- 947. Now, come on, come on.
Tell us about this hawk.
- 948. Where'd you get it from?
- 949. - I found it, sir.
- 950. In the woods.
- 951. And where do you keep it?
- 952. In the shed.
- 953. What do you feed it on?
- 954. Beef. Mice. Birds.
- 955. But isn't it cruel to keep it in the shed?
I mean, wouldn't it be happier flying free?
- 956. I don't keep it in the shed all
the time, sir. I fly it every day.
- 957. Doesn't it fly away?
I thought they were wild birds.
- 958. Of course it don't fly away, sir.
I've trained it.
- 959. Aren't you gonna tell us about
it? How have you trained your hawk?
- 960. You have to be right careful
with them, sir. Right patient.
- 961. You've got to feed them
when they're hungry, see?
- 962. And you can only do owt
when they're at feeding time like, sir.
- 963. Yeah?
- 964. They've got these Jesses on, sir,
all the time.
- 965. These what?
- 966. Jesses, sir.
- 967. - How do you spell that?
- 968. All right, come out here. Come on.
- 969. You'd better show us
on the board, hmm?
- 970. "Jesses"?
This is a new word to me.
- 971. Hands up, those who've heard
of Jesses before.
- 972. Nobody. Go on. Write it up there.
- 973. Right. Now tell us what it is.
- 974. Well, they're like leather straps, sir,
and they're attached to bird's feet.
- 975. And say I've got the bird on me hand.
- 976. The straps go down there,
then there's swivel.
- 977. "Swivel."
Write that on the board.
- 978. Then you've got your leash.
- 979. "Leash." On the board.
- 980. I fed it on me hand first.
- 981. Then when it got to know me,
I fed it on me glove.
- 982. And after a while,
I put it two inches away from its claws.
- 983. And, er...
Like that, right?
- 984. It started to jump for the meat.
- 985. When it started to jump,
I could move me hand away.
- 986. Hold your hand up so we can see.
- 987. I could move me hand away,
like to four inches and six inches.
- 988. And when it were doin' that,
I started doing it with t' leash.
- 989. Do they need water, like?
- 990. You know, when you've got a budgie,
and you put water in the budgie's cage.
- 991. Do they need water like that?
- 992. Well, it, like, has a bath.
- 993. It has a bath right early on
in the morning, like.
- 994. When do you feed it?
How many times a day?
- 995. To start off with, three or four times,
you know, to get it plump.
- 996. You make it all sound very exciting, Billy.
- 997. It is, sir. But most exciting thing,
when I flew her free first time, sir.
- 998. - Do you want to hear about that?
- Yes, sir.
- 999. Aye. Come on.
- 1000. Well, I'd been using creance
for about a week...
- 1001. and it had been going 30, 40 yards.
- 1002. And it says when birds are going
30, 40 yards, it says in t' book...
- 1003. it's time that it can start to fly free.
- 1004. Well, I'd been - you know, I'd been
wanting to fly it free, but I daren't.
- 1005. You know, I were frightened
it'd fly off or something like that.
- 1006. This had been going on
for four or five days.
- 1007. And I keep on to meself, sayin' that...
fly it free next day.
- 1008. Anyway, I got right mad with meself...
- 1009. and says, "Right, I'm
flying it free tomorrow."
- 1010. Anyway, that night -
that Friday night, it were -
- 1011. I didn't feed her up,
so that she'd be sharp set next morning.
- 1012. And I went to bed that night -
Friday night -
- 1013. and I didn't get an hour's sleep at all.
- 1014. I were frightened about the bird,
that she'd fly off or summat like that.
- 1015. Anyway, when the morning came,
I kept on saying to meself...
- 1016. "Well, if she flies off, she flies off,
and it can't be helped."
- 1017. So, I took swivel off
and let her hop onto t' post.
- 1018. There were nowt stopping her now.
She could fly off.
- 1019. All were on her were her Jesses.
- 1020. I thought, she must fly off.
She's forced to fly off.
- 1021. But she didn't. She just stood there.
I were terrified.
- 1022. Well, anyway, she was stood there,
and I walked off into t' field...
- 1023. and she were looking round
all over the place.
- 1024. And when I got in about 70 yards
from where - in the middle of t' field...
- 1025. I called her.
- 1026. "Kes! Kes! Come, Kes!
Come on then!"
- 1027. Nowt happened, so I thought, well,
I'd better walk back and pick her up.
- 1028. So, while I were walking back,
I saw her flying.
- 1029. She came like a bomb.
- 1030. About a yard off the floor, like lightning,
head still, and you couldn't hear t' wings.
- 1031. There weren't a sound from the wings -
and straight onto the glove - Wham!
- 1032. And she grabbed me for t' meat.
- 1033. Anyway, I were pleased with meself,
and I didn't know what to do.
- 1034. So I thought, "Well, I better do it again
just to prove it weren't luck."
- 1035. So, I took her back onto t' post...
- 1036. and walked back up into t' middle
of t' field and called her again.
- 1037. And she came just as good
as first time...
- 1038. straight onto t' glove
and grabbed me for t' meat.
- 1039. Well, that were it, sir. I'd trained
her, sir, and that were all I could do.
- 1040. I think you've done enough, don't you?
- 1041. - Well done, Billy. Big hand of applause.
- 1042. - Have you got owt, Casper?
- 1043. Thou never has, has thou?
Thou just cadges, all the time.
- 1044. Casper the Cadger.
That's what they ought to call thee.
- 1045. I wouldn't give thee owt if I had,
- 1046. I'll give thee summat in a minute.
What's thou going for?
- 1047. Don't tha like company?
They say thee mother does.
- 1048. Tha's got more uncles in this city
than any other kid.
- 1049. - Shut thee mouth!
- Come here and make me.
- 1050. Tha wouldn't say that to our Jud.
He'd murder thee.
- 1051. Your Jud's nowt.
- 1052. What? He's cock of t' estate,
- 1053. - I bet I know somebody who could do him.
- Who? Thee father?
- 1054. He ain't even thee brother.
- 1055. What is he then, me sister?
- 1056. They don't even call him Casper,
for a start.
- 1057. Of course he's me brother!
We live in t' same house, don't we?
- 1058. - (Boy) Go on, get him!
- 1059. Up, up, up!
- 1060. Right, you lot!
Ten seconds! Out of my sight!
- 1061. - One! Two! Three!
- 1062. Off with you! Hop it!
- 1063. Right, come here, you two.
- 1064. - What's goin' on?
- It was him, sir. He started it.
- 1065. - He's been chucking coke.
- Ah, shut up! Shut up!
- 1066. It's always the same tale, isn't it?
Somebody else's fault, nobody's to blame.
- 1067. Look at the mess you're in!
Look at the state you've made!
- 1068. Don't look so sorry for yourself, Casper.
You're not dead yet.
- 1069. - He will be when I've had him.
- Oh, yes!
- 1070. You're a big lad, aren't you? He's
just about your size, Casper, isn't he?
- 1071. Eh?
- 1072. Why don't you pick on somebody
your own size?
- 1073. What if I rubbed your nose in the coke?
What would you say about that?
- 1074. You'd say I was a bully, wouldn't you?
And you'd be right.
- 1075. 'Cause I'm bigger and I'm stronger
than you, aren't I?
- 1076. - Eh?
- I'll fetch me dad.
- 1077. Oh, yes, you'll fetch your dad.
And I'll fetch mine.
- 1078. My dad's heavyweight champion
of the world, my dad is.
- 1079. So what would your dad do then, eh?
- 1080. That's what it's like to be bullied.
- 1081. You don't like it, do you?
- 1082. You'll like it a bit less
if I ever catch you at it again.
- 1083. Do you understand, MacDowell?
Do you understand it?
- 1084. Yes, sir.
- 1085. Get it shovelled up.
Come here a minute.
- 1086. - Have you been smoking?
- No, sir.
- 1087. You have, haven't you?
I can smell it on your breath!
- 1088. No, sir.
- 1089. See me afterwards.
Get it done. Go on.
- 1090. Now, what's it all about?
- 1091. He keeps calling me names, sir, and
saying things about me dad and me mum...
- 1092. and our Jud,
and everybody were laughing.
- 1093. All right, all right, all right.
- 1094. They always seem to pick on you,
don't they, Casper? Why is it?
- 1095. - Don't know, sir.
- Is it because you're a bad 'un?
- 1096. Maybe I am sometimes,
but I'm not that bad, sir.
- 1097. I know stacks of other kids that's worse
than me, but they seem to get away with it.
- 1098. Hmm.
- 1099. Why else do you think? Eh?
There must be some reason, mustn't there?
- 1100. Well, take this morning, sir.
- 1101. I just came in, sir, and just dozed off.
- 1102. I wasn't doin' nowt wrong, sir.
I'd been up since six.
- 1103. I had to do t' papers, then I had to rush home
to have a look at t' bird, then run to school.
- 1104. I mean to say, you'd be tired,
wouldn't you, sir?
- 1105. - I'd be exhausted.
- And that's not...
- 1106. You shouldn't be caned for that,
should you, sir?
- 1107. And you can't tell Mr. Gryce that.
- 1108. And this little lad, sir. He'd only brought
a letter from one of the teachers...
- 1109. and he got caned.
- 1110. It's nowt to laugh at, sir.
Afterwards, he was sick as a dog.
- 1111. Was he?
- 1112. And teachers, sir.
They're not bothered about us, sir.
- 1113. If we're 4C, they think we're numbskulls,
owt like that, sir.
- 1114. And when they have time,
they're always looking at their watches...
- 1115. to see how long there is left
of the lesson.
- 1116. They're not bothered about us,
and we're not bothered about them.
- 1117. How are things at home these days?
- 1118. All right, sir.
Usual, I suppose.
- 1119. What about the police?
You been in trouble with them recently?
- 1120. No, sir. Not since I've been
without MacDowell's gang, sir.
- 1121. You know,
they used to go into t' city...
- 1122. and go into coffee bars
- 1123. but since I've been without them,
I've been all right.
- 1124. Mmm. That's all right now, isn't it?
- 1125. Yes, sir, but whenever
there's trouble on t' estate...
- 1126. always police come to our house.
- 1127. Well, I shouldn't worry.
- 1128. Give it a couple of weeks, you'll be
starting your new job, getting new friends.
- 1129. Lookin' forward to that, are you?
- 1130. Eh? Have you got a job?
- 1131. No, sir. I've got to see
employment bloke this after.
- 1132. - What sort of job do you want?
- I'm not bothered, sir. Anything will do me.
- 1133. But you want something you're looking forward
to, that you're interested in, don't you?
- 1134. I've not much choice, sir.
I have to take what I've got.
- 1135. I thought you wanted to leave school.
- 1136. - I'm not bothered.
- I thought you didn't like school.
- 1137. I don't, but that don't mean to say
I'll like work, does it?
- 1138. Still, I'll get paid for not liking it.
That's one thing.
- 1139. I suppose it is.
- 1140. I might be able to save up
and buy a goshawk then, sir.
- 1141. - I've been reading about them.
- Have you?
- 1142. - When do you fly this hawk of yours?
- 1143. - Where?
- Just outside our house, sir.
- 1144. - Wood Lane, is that?
- Yeah, it is, sir.
- 1145. I'll come round then, if it's okay.
- 1146. Go on then.
Get yourself cleaned up.
- 1147. "Five bob double. Crackpot.
- 1148. Tell Him He's Dead.
- 1149. Bloody hellfire!
- 1150. Kes!
- 1151. Come on then!
- 1152. Kes!
- 1153. Come on then, Kes.
- 1154. Come on, Kes.
- 1155. Come on, Kes. Come on.
- 1156. Casper!
- 1157. Bloody hellfire!
- 1158. - Hope I'm not too late.
- No, sir, but you'll have to stand over there.
- 1159. I'll go by the fence, eh?
- 1160. It's all right.
- 1161. As long as you keep quiet.
- 1162. I'll not say a word.
- 1163. ?
- 1164. Come on, Kes!
- 1165. Come on, Kes!
- 1166. Kes!
- 1167. Come on, Kes!
- 1168. Come on, Kes!
- 1169. Kes!
- 1170. Well done, Casper. The most exciting thing
I've ever seen in me life.
- 1171. Great.
- 1172. Thrill of a lifetime, lad.
- 1173. Thank you, sir.
- 1174. Let's have a look at it.
- 1175. Isn't it beautifully marked, eh?
- 1176. Look at the feathers on it.
- 1177. Oh, it's not gonna eat that, is it?
- 1178. Yes, sir.
This bird's full of vitamins.
- 1179. Oh, dear.
- 1180. Have any more birds before him?
- 1181. Stacks. Animals and all, sir.
Had even a fox cub once.
- 1182. Reared it and let it go.
A little blinder.
- 1183. I've had magpies, jackdaws.
Had a young jay once.
- 1184. - Mmm.
- 1185. He's your favourite, though, isn't he?
- 1186. Others weren't in t' same street.
- 1187. Come on, then. Come, lass.
- 1188. - Come on, sir.
- Oh, dear me.
- 1189. Watch that mattress, sir.
- 1190. OK.
- 1191. Look what's left, sir.
- 1192. Only the sparrow's leg.
It must have been hungry.
- 1193. It must have been starving.
- 1194. You hang on here.
I'll put him on t' perch.
- 1195. Come on then.
- 1196. Shh.
- 1197. You know...
- 1198. there's something weird about it
when it's flying.
- 1199. No, sir.
Hawks are the best fliers there is.
- 1200. No, I didn't mean that.
- 1201. I mean, when it's flying, there's something
about it makes you feel strange.
- 1202. Is it 'cause everything goes quiet?
- 1203. That's it, aye.
- 1204. Other folks have noticed that
and all, sir.
- 1205. I know a farmer who says
it's the same with owls.
- 1206. You know, when they get his mice
in his yard at night.
- 1207. When they swoop down, he feels
like pokin' his ears to make 'em pop.
- 1208. Hmm.
- 1209. You know, of course it goes that quiet.
- 1210. It's as if they're flying
in a pocket of silence.
- 1211. Have you noticed
how quietly we're speaking?
- 1212. As if we're frightened to raise our
voices - a bit like shouting in church.
- 1213. - It's 'cause they're nervous, sir.
- Oh, no. It's more than that.
- 1214. It's instinctive.
It's a sort of respect.
- 1215. I know, sir.
That's what makes me mad.
- 1216. You know, when I take her for walks,
somebody comes up to me and says...
- 1217. "Look, it's Billy Casper and his pet hawk."
- 1218. I could shout at them, sir.
It in't a pet.
- 1219. Or if somebody comes up to me
and says, "Is it tame?"
- 1220. Is it heck tame!
- 1221. Hawks can't be tamed.
- 1222. They're manned.
- 1223. It's wild and it's fierce
and it's not bothered about anybody.
- 1224. Not bothered about me, right?
- 1225. That what makes it great.
- 1226. A lot of people wouldn't understand that
though. They like their pets to be fussed.
- 1227. I'm not bothered about that. I just
want her for her looks, and to fly her.
- 1228. They can keep their talking budgies.
They're nowt compared with her.
- 1229. You're right, Billy.
You're probably right.
- 1230. Do you know something, sir?
- 1231. I think she's doing me a favour,
just letting me sit here and watch her.
- 1232. Well, what's he studying there?
- 1233. Can I help you, son?
- 1234. No, thanks.
- 1235. Hey, mister, can you tell me
the prices of these?
- 1236. What are they?
- 1237. Crackpot.
- 1238. Crackpot. 100-to-6.
- 1239. Tell Him He's Dead. Where is he?
I've just been looking at this one meself.
- 1240. Tell Him He's Dead.
- 1241. Second favourite, 4-to-1.
100-to-6 and 4-to-1.
- 1242. Would you have backed them?
- 1243. Tell Him He's Dead's a good horse.
Best horse in t' race. Top weight.
- 1244. Don't fancy t' other one though.
- 1245. No form.
Hasn't even got a jockey on here.
- 1246. No, I shouldn't bother with that one.
- 1247. You don't think they'll win, then?
- 1248. - How's thou got them? Doubled?
- Well, they're not mine. They're our Jud's.
- 1249. Oh, they'll do all right if they do,
but I can't see it meself.
- 1250. Right, ta.
- 1251. May I have a bob's worth of chips
and a fish?
- 1252. Serve him, will you, Mary?
- 1253. - Yes, love? What do you want?
- Fish and chips.
- 1254. And stop kicking, will you?
We only put that on today.
- 1255. Got any scraps, missus?
- 1256. Yes, love. I'll put you some on.
- 1257. Two shilling, love.
- 1258. I'm gettin' rid of these chips, Floyd.
It's gettin' late now.
- 1259. Aye, but don't be going mad.
- 1260. Sixpence change, love.
- 1261. These kids - I don't know,
Mr. Glover. They're just all the same.
- 1262. - Can I have a quarter of beef?
- Ah, them smell good.
- 1263. Can I have a quarter of beef?
- 1264. You still got that bird then?
- 1265. Yep.
- 1266. You can have them for nowt.
- 1267. - For nowt?
- Aye, they're only scraps.
- 1268. Have another chip?
- 1269. No. I'm going for me dinner in a minute.
- 1270. - Right, then. Ta. See you.
- Ta-ta. See you.
- 1271. Usual difficulty over concentration?
- 1272. Hmm?
- 1273. Three fives 15, eh?
- 1274. We write 15 one, five.
- 1275. You write five, one.
- 1276. Isn't that that, uh, illustrious brother
of yours, Casper?
- 1277. Sir.
- 1278. Shouldn't have thought he was the type to
have paid a visit to his old school again.
- 1279. What's the matter? Don't you feel well?
- 1280. No, sir.
- 1281. You want to go out and get
a drink of water or something?
- 1282. No, sir.
- 1283. Well, open the window.
Perhaps it'll make you feel better.
- 1284. I'm all right, sir.
- 1285. Please yourself.
- 1286. Right. Now just pass your books forward,
will you, to the front.
- 1287. Front person on each row,
bring them to my desk, will you?
- 1288. What's the matter, Casper?
- 1289. - Me, sir? No, sir.
- On your way then.
- 1290. What's up with thee, Jud?
- 1291. (Jud) What's up with me
is that little bastard, our Billy.
- 1292. I left him with a bet for the horses,
and he's kept the stinkin' money.
- 1293. I'll kill the little git
when I get hold of him.
- 1294. - Is that right?
- (Jud) I'll murder him.
- 1295. What do you think you're playing at, lad?
- 1296. - No, sir. I'm just going to the toilet, sir.
- Hurry up then. Be quick!
- 1297. Hey! I'm on here!
- 1298. - Seen our Billy?
- Aye. He's on here with me.
- 1299. Trying to be funny? 'Cause I'll stick thee
head down there, old pal, and I'll flush it.
- 1300. I asked if tha'd seen him.
- 1301. I wouldn't tell thee if I had.
- 1302. - Look, I'm warnin' you!
- 1303. ?
- 1304. ?
- 1305. ?
- 1306. ?
- 1307. ?
- 1308. Hey, Tibbutt, have you seen our Jud?
- 1309. What's thou been doing?
They've been looking all over for thee.
- 1310. - Who has?
- Gryce Pudding!
- 1311. - What for? I ain't done nowt.
- Youth employment.
- 1312. Tha should have gone
for the interview last lesson.
- 1313. - Has tha seen our Jud?
- 1314. He wanted to know where thou was,
- 1315. What did tha run away for
when thee saw him?
- 1316. Casper! Where the devil have you been?
- 1317. Nowhere, sir.
- 1318. Nowhere? Who are you,
the Invisible Man?
- 1319. I felt sick, sir, so I went to the toilets.
- 1320. What happened?
Did you drop down it?
- 1321. I've had prefects looking
all over the school for you.
- 1322. Well, I went out then, sir,
for a breath of fresh air.
- 1323. - And where are you going now?
- Employment office, sir.
- 1324. For your interview?
Well, get off then, lad!
- 1325. And God help your future employer!
- 1326. Come and sit over there.
- 1327. Sit up, Peter.
- 1328. I'm sat up.
- 1329. Don't be like a dummy
when you get in there.
- 1330. Just tell him you're after a good job
in an office, or something like that.
- 1331. I'm not working in an office.
- 1332. What are you after then,
a job on the bins?
- 1333. Ma, can't you shut up?
- 1334. - Sit up.
- I'm sat up.
- 1335. And straighten your tie.
- 1336. Tha's nagging.
- 1337. Somebody's got to nag.
- 1338. - Is it your mum?
- 1339. What job are thou after?
- 1340. Owt'll do me.
- 1341. - It certainly won't.
- It will.
- 1342. - It won't.
- Right. Thank you.
- 1343. (Man)
Will you send the next one in?
- 1344. (Boy)
- 1345. (Man) Will you send
the next one in now, please?
- 1346. Right. OK.
- 1347. Isn't it your turn to go in?
- 1348. I suppose so.
- 1349. Well, go on then.
- 1350. (Man)
Get out, lad! Knock and wait!
- 1351. (Man)
- 1352. Well, come in, lad, if you're coming.
- 1353. Sit down, Walker.
- 1354. I'm not Walker, sir.
- 1355. Well, who are you, then? According to
my list, it should be Gerald Walker next.
- 1356. Oliver, Stenton, then Walker.
- 1357. - I'm Casper.
- 1358. Oh, sit down, Casper. I should have
seen you earlier, shouldn't I?
- 1359. Well then, Casper, what kind
of job had you got in mind?
- 1360. Well?
- 1361. I don't know, sir.
I haven't thought about it, like.
- 1362. Well, you should be thinking about it.
- 1363. You want to start off
on the right foot, don't you?
- 1364. Right then.
Well, would you like to work in an office?
- 1365. Or would you prefer manual work?
- 1366. What's manual work?
- 1367. Oh, it means working with your hands,
things like farming, engineering, plumbing -
- 1368. things like that,
as opposed to pen-pushing jobs.
- 1369. You write in an office.
- 1370. Have a job to read and write.
- 1371. Oh.
- 1372. Manual.
- 1373. Tell me, Casper, have you ever thought
about entering a trade as an apprentice?
- 1374. You know, as an electrician or a bricklayer
or something like that.
- 1375. Of course, the money's not too good
while you're serving your apprenticeship.
- 1376. And if you do stick it out, you'll always
have a trade at your fingertips, won't you?
- 1377. Mm-hmm.
- 1378. Well then, Casper,
what do you think about it?
- 1379. And as you've already said,
you feel better working with your hands.
- 1380. Perhaps this is your best bet.
- 1381. Of course, you'd have to go
to technical college...
- 1382. and study for various examinations.
- 1383. But some lads do it.
- 1384. Some do it for years,
two or three nights a week...
- 1385. right from leaving school
right up to the mid-20s...
- 1386. when they take their Higher National,
or even degrees.
- 1387. I say, lad, are you listening to me?
- 1388. Yeah.
- 1389. You don't look as though you are.
- 1390. I've other lads to see before four o'clock,
- 1391. Well, if nothing I've mentioned so far
appeals to you...
- 1392. and if you can stand a hard day's work
and you don't mind getting dirty...
- 1393. there are good opportunities
- 1394. I'm not going down pit.
- 1395. Don't be put off by what you've heard.
Conditions have improved tremendously.
- 1396. I won't be seen dead down pit.
- 1397. What about hobbies?
What hobbies have you got?
- 1398. Do you like gardening or constructing
Meccano sets or anything like that?
- 1399. Don't you have any hobbies at all?
- 1400. Can I go now?
- 1401. What's wrong with you, lad?
Sit down. Sit down.
- 1402. I haven't finished yet.
- 1403. Well, I've met some lads in my time,
but I've never met one like you, Casper.
- 1404. Half the time you're like
a cat on hot bricks...
- 1405. the other half you're not listening.
- 1406. Here. Take this form.
- 1407. It gives you all the relevant information
about leaving school and starting work -
- 1408. things like pensions, superannuation,
national insurance, wages and so on.
- 1409. At the back,
there's a detachable form.
- 1410. When you want your cards,
fill it in -
- 1411. Come back here, lad.
I haven't finished yet.
- 1412. When you want your cards, fill
in that form, send it in to the office.
- 1413. - Have you got that?
- 1414. Don't forget. And listen, Casper -
- 1415. If you do have any trouble getting fixed
up, do come in and see me, won't you?
- 1416. - Yes, sir.
- Send the next boy in.
- 1417. Kes!
- 1418. Kes!
- 1419. Kes!
- 1420. Kes!
- 1421. Kes!
- 1422. Jud?
- 1423. Jud! Mother!
- 1424. - I say, have you seen our Jud?
- I haven't, love. I'm sorry.
- 1425. - Have you seen our Jud?
- Of course I've seen your Jud.
- 1426. Doesn't look as though you've seen him,
else you wouldn't be all in one piece.
- 1427. - You've seen him then?
- Of course I've seen him.
- 1428. He come in here playin' hell up. Goin'
to pull t' counter down and everything.
- 1429. What did you do then?
- 1430. I had to fetch Eric Cluff
to prove tha hadn't put bet on.
- 1431. - They won, then, did they?
- Both of 'em - 100-to-6 and 4-to-1.
- 1432. - He'd have won a tenner, I tell thee that.
- Bloody hell.
- 1433. Kes!
- 1434. Come on, Kes!
- 1435. Come on, lass!
- 1436. ?
- 1437. Kes!
- 1438. Kes!
- 1439. Come on, Kes!
- 1440. Kes!
- 1441. Kes!
- 1442. Where is it?
What's thou done with it?
- 1443. Where've you been till this time?
Your tea's going cold here.
- 1444. I said, where is it?
- 1445. - What's thou starin' at?
- Thee, you little pig!
- 1446. Don't call me a little pig,
or I'll bet you -
- 1447. - Get back!
- Hey! Hey!
- 1448. Jud, what's all
t' bloody pushin' and shovin'?
- 1449. Ask him. He knows.
- 1450. Yes, and thou'd have known it if I'd
have got hold of thee this afternoon.
- 1451. - Oh, get lost!
- Knows what? What's going on?
- 1452. What's up with him?
What have you been doing to him?
- 1453. If he'd have put that bet on the horses like he were
told to this morning, there would've been none of this.
- 1454. - Well, he's put it on, hasn't he?
- Has he, bloody hell!
- 1455. Well, I told him to. I asked you not to
forget before I went to work this morning.
- 1456. He didn't forget.
He spent t' money!
- 1457. - How do you know?
- Because he has.
- 1458. What are you getting so damned upset for?
Have they won or summat?
- 1459. Have they won? I'd have 16 quid to draw if
he'd have kept his thieving hands to hisself.
- 1460. - Now look what you've done. - Tha should
have done it yourself, shouldn't tha?
- 1461. Sixteen quid - I could have had
a week off work for that!
- 1462. - Get lost, you big pig!
- 1463. Well, what's he upset for?
- 1464. Because he's killed me hawk instead,
- 1465. He never has.
- 1466. He has. I know he has.
'Cause he couldn't catch me.
- 1467. Jud! You have not killed
this kid's hawk!
- 1468. So I have.
What are you gonna do about it?
- 1469. Bloody kill yourself!
That's what you want!
- 1470. (Jud) It were its own fault.
I was only gonna let it go.
- 1471. Kept lashing at me with claws.
I had to kill it. What else could I do?
- 1472. You're a big bastard!
A big rotten bastard!
- 1473. - (Jud) Don't call me a bastard!
- 1474. - Stop chucking things like that!
- Thou'll be next to get it!
- 1475. You're a big bastard!
A big, bleedin' bastard!
- 1476. That's enough of that language
in here, and you and all!
- 1477. (Jud) Sixteen quid. I could have had
a lousy week off work for that.
- 1478. - What have you done with the damn bird anyway?
- (Jud) It's in the bin where it belongs!
- 1479. Putting in t' bin!
Look what you've done to him now!
- 1480. - If I'd got hold of him, he'd have been in!
- Oh, yes, you!
- 1481. That's just about your bloody power,
isn't it - killing a bird?
- 1482. - Shut your face, will you!
- You shut your face!
- 1483. Don't talk to me like that,
or I'll shut it for you!
- 1484. Ah, well, it wouldn't hurt!
- 1485. Don't tempt me too much, Jud,
'cause I'm sick of it now!
- 1486. - Ah, shut up!
- And you!
- 1487. I'm fed up with being in this bloody house!
- 1488. I'm fed up of seein' you in it!
- 1489. Upsetting a kid like that!
Bloody pig, you are.
- 1490. Look what he's done, Mum!
Look at it!
- 1491. He's a right 'un.
- 1492. That were a rotten trick anyway,
- 1493. It were a rotten trick, what he did to me,
- 1494. No need to take it out on a bird.
You could have took it out on me!
- 1495. You know what a lot he thought about it.
Take it away from table anyway, Billy.
- 1496. - But what are you gonna do to him?
- What do you want me to do to him?
- 1497. - Give him a good hiding!
- "Give him a" -
- 1498. What do you think you're doing?
- 1499. (Jud)
I'd just like to see her, and all.
- 1500. I'm fed up with the pair of you talkin'
about the damn thing! It's only a bird!
- 1501. - You can get another, can't you?
- It's not worth a stinkin' threepence!
- 1502. Get off! Get off!
- 1503. Get out! Get out!
- 1504. And don't come stinkin' back!
- 1505. ?