- 1. Now, after years in the making,
Robert Altman brings to the big screen...
- 2. count 'em...
24 of your very favorite stars!
- 3. David Arkin, Barbara Baxley...
- 4. Ned Beatty in Nashville!
- 5. And the fabulous performances
of Karen Black, Ronee Blakley...
- 6. Timothy Brown in Nashville!
- 7. Along with the spectacular
Keith Carradine, Geraldine Chaplin...
- 8. with Robert DoQui in Nashville!
- 9. And the exciting appearances
of Shelley Duvall, Allen Garfield...
- 10. and Henry Gibson in Nashville!
- 11. And the fantastic Scott Glenn,
- 12. Barbara Harris in Nashville!
- 13. Not to mention the terrific
David Hayward, Michael Murphy...
- 14. Allan Nicholls in Nashville!
- 15. And the all-time great Dave Peel...
- 16. Cristina Raines,
Bert Remsen in Nashville!
- 17. Plus the incredible Lily Tomlin...
- 18. Gwen Welles
and Keenan Wynn in Nashville!
- 19. Be the first on your block
to marvel at the magnificent stars...
- 20. through the magic of stereophonic sound
and living-color picture...
- 21. right before your very eyes
without commercial interruption.
- 22. Fellow taxpayers...
- 23. and stockholders in America...
- 24. on the first Tuesday
- 25. we have to make some vital decisions
about our management.
- 26. Let me go directly
to the point.
- 27. I'm for doing some replacing.
- 28. I've discussed
the Replacement Party...
- 29. with people
all over this country...
- 30. and I'm often confronted
with the statement...
- 31. "I don't want
to get mixed up in politics"...
- 32. or "I'm tired of politics,"
or "I'm not interested."
- 33. Almost as often someone says,
"I can't do anything about it anyway."
- 34. Let me point out two things.
- 35. Number one:
- 36. All of us are
deeply involved with politics...
- 37. whether we know it or not...
- 38. and whether we like it or not.
- 39. And number two:
- 40. We can do something about it.
- 41. When you pay more
for an automobile...
- 42. than it cost Columbus to make
his first voyage to America...
- 43. that's politics.
- 44. - That girl down there.
- Hold it! Hold it, everybody.
- 45. Honey, you gotta
get her out.
- 46. - Bob.
- Yes, sir.
- 47. I want to talk to Buddy.
- 48. Buddy?
- 49. Y-Yes, sir, Dad?
- 50. Buddy, who is that woman
in there with the hat on?
- 51. - She a friend of yours?
- Mr. Hamilton, I'm Opal.
- 52. I'm from the BBC, and I'm doing
a documentary on Nashville.
- 53. You know I don't allow no people
visitin' when I'm recording.
- 54. I want no recording equipment
in that studio.
- 55. - Buddy, escort the lady out.
- Yes, sir.
- 56. If she wants a copy of this record,
she can buy it when it's released.
- 57. No, darling, I'm sorry.
No strangers at all.
- 58. Mr. Hamilton,
I'll be waiting outside for you.
- 59. We'll have a little interview.
- 60. I want to do another one.
Jimmy, you count off.
- 61. I want to hear
a little more Haven in this one.
- 62. Ah, there we are.
- 63. This is Studio B right here.
- 64. - They're doing some gospel.
- Oh, how sweet!
- 65. A recording of some sort.
Glenn, how are you?
- 66. - Mind if we sit in?
- Come on in.
- 67. It's so little!
- 68. We'll be going down front
so we'll get out of their way.
- 69. It's so pretty! I've been
to all the recording studios in London.
- 70. They're always enormous
and very impersonal.
- 71. This is so cozy.
- 72. - Keep down so they can...
- Yes, of course.
- 73. So they can see
what's going on.
- 74. There we are.
- 75. This is a choir...
a black choir...
- 76. from part of...
from Fisk University here in town.
- 77. Good Lord!
- 78. - The lady singing is...
- Is she a missionary?
- 79. No, she's not.
She's a gospel singer.
- 80. She's the wife
of our attorney.
- 81. I was making
a documentary in Kenya...
- 82. and there was this marvelous
woman who was a missionary.
- 83. That's why I asked.
She was sensational.
- 84. She was converting Kikuyus
by the dozens.
- 85. She was trying to convert Masais.
Of course, they were hopeless.
- 86. I mean, they have
their own sort of religion.
- 87. Look at that.
That rhythm is fantastic.
- 88. You know, it's funny.
You can tell...
- 89. It's come down in the genes
through ages and ages...
- 90. and hundreds of years,
but it's there.
- 91. Take off those robes...
- 92. and one is in... in...
in darkest Africa.
- 93. I can just see
their naked, frenzied bodies...
- 94. dancing to the beat of...
- 95. Do they carry on
like that in church?
- 96. Depends on which church
you go to.
- 97. Hold it, everybody.
- 98. Damn it, Bob.
- 99. What's the name
of the piano player, Bob?
- 100. - That's Frog.
- "That's Frog." He plays like a frog.
- 101. We'll try it again.
- 102. Jimmy, you count off.
- 103. - Damn it to hell!
- Hold it, everybody.
- 104. - Bob.
- Yes, sir?
- 105. What did you say
the piano player's name was?
- 106. - Frog.
- 107. When I ask for Pig, I want Pig.
- 108. Now, you get me Pig, and then
we'll be ready to record this here tune.
- 109. - Yes, sir.
- 110. You get your hair cut.
You don't belong in Nashville.
- 111. This is Bill Jenkins
on special assignment...
- 112. for Channel Two News
here at Metro Airport.
- 113. We are awaiting
the arrival of Barbara Jean...
- 114. who has been away for treatment
at the Baltimore Burn Center.
- 115. Already, prior to her arrival,
around 3,000 Barbara Jean fans...
- 116. and supporters are here.
- 117. They are being held inside
the terminal by security police.
- 118. Ma'am, excuse me.
Am I late for Barbara Jean's plane?
- 119. - I don't think so, but they're
not gonna let you out there.
- Thank you, ma'am.
- 120. Members of the Chamber of Commerce
and other fans are on the way.
- 121. Also, it's reported Haven Hamilton
will make an appearance here.
- 122. There is no question about being involved.
- 123. The question is,
what to do?
- 124. It is the very nature
- 125. to strain at a gnat
and swallow a camel.
- 126. As loyal citizens,
we accept our take-home pay...
- 127. understand
most of the deductions...
- 128. and even, to a degree,
come to expect them.
- 129. However, when a government
begins to force its citizens...
- 130. to swallow a camel...
- 131. it's time to pause
and do some accounting.
- 132. Her plane has touched down.
It's down the taxiway...
- 133. and will be turning
onto the ramp area...
- 134. directly here in front of us
at Metro Airport.
- 135. Could you pass me
the crackers, please?
- 136. - There you go.
- Thank you.
- 137. - Miss, may I have...
- 138. A caramel sundae, please?
- 139. Honey, we ain't got
no caramel sundae.
- 140. - Butterscotch?
- We ain't got no butterscotch sundae.
- 141. - Got a strawberry.
- Strawberries are always in season.
- 142. Fine, fine.
- 143. - That's fine. Thank you.
- Good for you too.
- 144. Thank you. Then I'll have
a strawberry sundae, if I may.
- 145. - You got it.
- Thank you.
- 146. - Sueleen, did you see what he did?
- One strawberry sundae!
- 147. Did you see
what he just did?
- 148. He took the thing off the salt
and threw it up in the air.
- 149. Why'd you do that?
- 150. What are you doin'
- 151. - Oh, I live here.
- You do?
- 152. Hey, fellas, come here.
I want you to see somethin'.
- 153. My wife and I...
- 154. - My wife is sick, unfortunately.
- I'm sorry to hear that.
- 155. Oh, it's just one of those things
- 156. - Happens in the best of families.
- 157. I wrote me this real hot song.
You wanna hear it?
- 158. It's called
"I Never Get Enough."
- 159. Okay, listen. All right?
- 160. At any moment, Barbara Jean will be
stepping out and will be greeted...
- 161. by the Chamber of Commerce,
as well as Mr. Sperry.
- 162. Mr. Sperry making his way
to the aircraft now with a big wave.
- 163. Of course, he's the president
of Barnett Enterprises.
- 164. - We'll be talking with Mr. Sperry...
- How you doin'?
- 165. John Triplette?
- 166. - You looking for me? I'm John Triplette.
- 167. - How are you?
- Hey, John. How are you?
- 168. Those kids
in those uniforms are terrific.
- 169. - Hello.
- What's your name?
- 170. - Del Reese. I'm sorry. Forgive me.
- Thanks for coming out.
- 171. - It's a great idea.
- You mean the girls in the costumes?
- 172. Barbara Jean's
still on the aircraft. We'll be awaiting...
- 173. - her departure in a few moments.
- 174. Thousands of people
have turned out at Metro Airport...
- 175. to greet Barbara Jean
on her arrival.
- 176. Haven Hamilton has just arrived,
typically dressed in white...
- 177. his white Jeep being driven
today by his son, Bud.
- 178. Members of the Chamber of Commerce
are going over to meet Haven Hamilton.
- 179. He's greeting some of his old friends,
- 180. Autograph seekers are now
making their way over.
- 181. Barbara Jean still
is aboard the aircraft...
- 182. - Hello, Martha.
- 183. - How are you, Martha?
- I'm okay, but, uh...
- 184. - Pardon me?
- Listen, uh, I've changed my name.
- 185. - Okay.
- It's L.A. Joan from now on.
- 186. Let me get some cigarettes.
- 187. Your Aunt Esther wants to see you.
- 188. - She's in the hospital...
- Wait a minute.
- 189. - And she'd like to see...
- This guy's a rock star. Hang on.
- 190. Can I get your autograph?
You're Tom, aren't you?
- 191. Tom, Bill, and Mary?
- 192. Jesus, you ought to stop that diet
before you ruin yourself.
- 193. Do you believe this? They have
our album here. Hey, how's it selling?
- 194. - What's that?
- Bill, Mary, and Tom.
- 195. A little slow,
but we sell mostly country.
- 196. I'm the handsome one in the front.
I don't have my glasses on
in the picture, but I...
- 197. Wait a minute! Hal Phillip Walker
looks exactly like Connie White.
- 198. Now, Del, I like...
I like the idea of bands.
- 199. I want you to listen
to those little kids, honey.
- 200. I want you to know
- 201. every day after school
for two hours...
- 202. for a whole month
just for this event.
- 203. - Yes, that's so nice.
- Isn't that cute?
- 204. I think that'll cheer her up.
Pearl, shut up.
- 205. - Just like your mama, son.
- Yes, yes, I'm sure he is.
- 206. tragically burned
in an accident involving a fire baton.
- 207. She has now fully recovered.
However, she's required to take...
- 208. - Excuse me, Barnett.
- I got no time right now!
- 209. Jesus!
- 210. I just think they're so cute,
- 211. Hello, hello. Testing.
I wonder if this thing's on.
- 212. Hey, wait. Are you Tom
of Bill, Mary, and Tom?
- 213. - Yeah. What's your name?
- 214. You thought of voting
for Walker for president?
- 215. - I don't vote for nobody.
- Oh, come on.
- 216. Just read it.
He's got a fantastic platform.
- 217. How you doin', Sarge?
Ya kill anybody this week?
- 218. Did you ever see
such pretty girls in your life?
- 219. Someday you're gonna be
big girls like your mommies...
- 220. and you're gonna be lookin'
for a nice, young, handsome man.
- 221. Come on, Buddy.
You say hello.
- 222. My son Buddy, he just graduated
from Harvard Law School...
- 223. and we're tryin' to give him
all the breaks we never got.
- 224. - Buddy, say hello to the people.
- 225. Thank you, Buddy.
- 226. And thank you again for comin' here
and makin' us all feel so at home.
- 227. Here she comes!
Our Barbara Jean!
- 228. Come on.
Get on the other side.
- 229. Here's our own Barbara Jean!
- 230. May I have a word, Barnett?
- 231. None of that shit.
Come on. Come on.
- 232. Get up there.
- 233. Who do you think
you are? Marlon Brando?
- 234. Barbara Jean, ladies and gentlemen!
- 235. - Hi!
- Ah, look at that!
- 236. Thank you so much.
Hi, sweetie, darling!
- 237. Hi, Bill. Hi, Mary.
- 238. - Take my bag?
- 239. - You were supposed
to meet us at the gate.
- Then let's go meet at the gate.
- 240. - Norman, let's go to the limo.
- The limo is just outside.
- 241. - Barbara Jean, for you.
- 242. - Thank you, Haven.
- Right here for the photographer.
- 243. Thank you, Tennessee Twirlers,
for coming out today...
- 244. and thank you,
Franklin High School Band.
- 245. I think you kids
get better every year.
- 246. Oh, little beauty!
Thank you so much!
- 247. Are you gonna ride into town
with me or not?
- 248. Go on without me. I'm gonna wait,
'cause I think she's gonna sing.
- 249. Her? She ain't gonna sing.
She don't sing unless she get paid.
- 250. I'd like to thank you...
- 251. for coming out
to greet me today.
- 252. It's great to be home.
It's hot as a firecracker.
- 253. What's so funny about that?
- 254. Me and the boys are gonna be
out at the Opry this week...
- 255. and like my granddaddy
always used to say...
- 256. if you're down to the river,
I hope you'll drop in.
- 257. - Oh! Yes, that's sweet.
- 258. Who writes your material, darlin'?
- 259. Barnett, who are
all those people inside?
- 260. It's just airport security,
'cause of all the hijackers.
- 261. - Did they come to see me?
- They can see you pretty good.
- 262. Then I'd like to go in
and say hello.
- 263. I believe
Barbara Jean wants to go inside...
- 264. - Barnett, I'm sorry, darlin'.
- To see the fans who were not able...
- 265. to make it out here.
- 266. This was a little bit unscheduled.
She's on her way down there...
- 267. probably to greet
some fans inside there.
- 268. - Stepping down the walkway with Barnett.
- Watch out for the water.
- 269. Right behind, Haven Hamilton...
- 270. and all the other friends,
members, and, uh...
- 271. - She's fallen! Harold, come on!
- 272. She's fallen somewhere
- 273. If we can get down there...
if we have enough cable.
- 274. Don't know how far
we can make it.
- 275. Who do you think is running Congress?
- 276. Farmers? Engineers?
- 277. No, my friends.
Congress is run by lawyers.
- 278. A lawyer is trained for two things
and two things only:
- 279. - To clarify... that's one...
- 280. And to confuse...
that's the other thing.
- 281. He does whichever
is to his client's advantage.
- 282. Did you ever ask a lawyer
the time of day?
- 283. He told you how to make
a watch, didn't he?
- 284. Ever ask a lawyer how to get
to Mr. Jones's house in the country?
- 285. You got lost, didn't you?
- 286. Congress is composed
of 535 individuals.
- 287. Two hundred and eighty-eight
- 288. And you wonder
what's wrong in Congress.
- 289. No wonder we often know
how to make a watch...
- 290. but we don't know
the time of day.
- 291. - No wonder it takes six or seven years...
- 292. What the hell
is the matter with you?
- 293. Yes, I'm talking about replacement.
- 294. Replacing this lawyeristic,
- 295. and blank-taped government...
- 296. with the yes-and-no language
of farmers and teachers...
- 297. engineers and businessmen.
- 298. I'm not pessimistic
about this country.
- 299. She finally collapsed here
on the sidewalk. Sort of a faint.
- 300. That's all we've been able
to determine at this moment.
- 301. We interviewed Mr. Sperry.
He said the same thing.
- 302. Haven Hamilton
said the same thing as well.
- 303. That's about it for the moment
from Metro Airport.
- 304. For Channel Two News,
this is Bill Jenkins reporting.
- 305. Let's consider our national anthem.
- 306. Nobody knows the words.
- 307. Nobody can sing it.
- 308. Nobody understands it.
- 309. Yee-haw!
- 310. I suppose
all the lawyers supported it...
- 311. because a lawyer
wrote the words...
- 312. and a judge wrote the tune.
- 313. Careful, Buddy.
- 314. - Read it carefully.
- Watch out for that truck.
- 315. And I say "read it"
because I know you can't sing it.
- 316. Read all four verses, and you'll
understand what I'm talking about.
- 317. Yes, sir, I would support work
and vote for replacement.
- 318. - Change our national anthem back
to something people can understand...
- This is terrific, Norman.
- 319. Back to something that would make
a light shine in their faces.
- 320. Hey, man, get off my car!
Don't lean on my car!
- 321. I just got this goddamn thing fixed,
so don't lean on it.
- 322. - Oh, Jesus Christ. Oh, God.
- 323. Hey, man,
get the hell off my car!
- 324. You almost made me fall!
- 325. Great, thanks.
Can I have one too?
- 326. Thanks a lot. Just keep those
cards and letters comin' in, folks.
- 327. - I feel faint.
- I'm gonna get us a Popsicle.
- 328. Just a minute. Hello?
- 329. - All those mangled bodies.
- Would you go to that Popsicle truck...
- 330. and get us a couple sweet ices?
- 331. There must be 20 cars piled up,
one on top of the other,
some of them upside-down.
- 332. - Come on.
- I saw a leg sticking out.
- 333. This is gonna be a mess.
I don't know how long it...
- 334. Can you just pull on through
where the ambulance went?
- 335. You want to try it?
- 336. - What's the matter, son?
- It's stalled.
- 337. - What did you want? Popsicle?
- I wish my cameraman had been here.
- 338. He's never around. I need something
like this for my documentary.
- 339. I need it.
It's... It's America.
- 340. Those cars
smashing into each other...
- 341. and all those
- 342. Just a minute.
Just a minute.
- 343. Well, it's hard to really say.
- 344. You see...
- 345. after they opened her up, they figured
they ought to do an exploratory.
- 346. You know,
give her kind of an overhaul.
- 347. - Twenty dollars?
- Twenty dollars.
- 348. - I'll give you five.
- No, I'll take 15.
- 349. You'll take 15?
I'll give you ten.
- 350. I can think
of no sensible reason why New York...
- 351. must of necessity have 12,000...
- 352. major crimes committed...
- 353. for every 1,000
committed in Tokyo.
- 354. - Excuse me.
- Yet these are the true victims.
- 355. Some very funny notions
have developed in American politics.
- 356. Um, let me see.
- 357. Um, have you any children?
- 358. Yes, I have two children.
I have a boy and a girl.
- 359. Oh, isn't that nice!
How old are they?
- 360. Twelve and 11.
- 361. Do they want to be singers
like their mummy?
- 362. Um, well,
my children are deaf.
- 363. They're... They are deaf.
They were born deaf.
- 364. Oh, my God, how awful!
- 365. - It's so depressing.
- Now, just a minute. That's not so.
- 366. - I wish you could see my boy.
- Oh, I couldn't.
- 367. - He has the most incredible personality.
- It's the sadness of it.
- 368. What happened is, he made
a million dollars on a flyswatter...
- 369. because it had
a red dot in the center.
- 370. - Flyswatter?
- That's right. Just a red dot.
- 371. He was sittin' in a buffet,
and he was eatin'...
- 372. and he saw a woman,
and she was swattin' flies.
- 373. And, uh, she...
- 374. "What makes
the difference in flyswatters?"
- 375. 'Cause it has to do
with the Industrial Revolution.
- 376. The thing with these country people is
they have a real grassroots appeal.
- 377. - Well, hell, they got fans.
- And they're the people
that elect the president.
- 378. - We're gonna do everything we can.
- You line up a lot of movie stars...
- 379. I think people here feel that
movie stars are eccentric and crazy.
- 380. - Communists.
- 381. - A lot of 'em are.
- It's been said, now.
- 382. - Then I want to go to the Grand Ole Opry.
- Forget that.
- 383. - 'Cause I have to have my record...
- I don't like music.
- 384. - I'm gonna go see what's goin' on.
- I have a gold record...
- 385. - and it needs to be signed.
- Get the hell away from my truck!
- 386. - Goddamn it! Sons of bitches!
- 387. I say, could I please speak
to Mr. Tommy Brown?
- 388. - What?
- I'm sorry.
- 389. Is it possible to have a few words
with Mr. Tommy Brown?
- 390. I'm from the BBC. I'm doing
a documentary on Nashville.
- 391. What is the BBC?
- 392. - British Broadcasting Company.
- Oh, English.
- 393. It was called
- 394. No, that song was called
- 395. - I don't really know.
- Thank you, thank you.
- 396. - Goddamn it, it was "Wanda, Wander."
- It was "Wonder, Wanda."
- 397. "Wanda, Wander"! What difference
does it make? It was a hit!
- 398. There's no breathing space.
- 399. What we need,
first and foremost...
- 400. is a commonsense approach.
- 401. Nothing complicated.
- 402. Is Mr. Brown going to...
Will he be here soon?
- 403. Yeah, he's in the back changin'.
He has to put his makeup on.
- 404. Whenever he's going to have
an interview, he puts his makeup on...
- 405. and likes to get
all prettied up, you know?
- 406. That's nice.
- 407. He must be
a marvelous person...
- 408. to have all you lovely people
working for him.
- 409. I know the problems in the South.
I mean, I've heard of them.
- 410. Well, yeah.
- 411. - He's a very liberal guy.
- That's lovely.
- 412. By the way, I'd like for you
to meet his wife. This is Joy.
- 413. - Mrs. Brown?
- 414. Today in America...
- 415. with its unmatched resources...
- 416. it is exceedingly ridiculous...
- 417. a total absurdity...
- 418. that any citizen with any ailment...
- 419. mental or physical,
should go medically unattended.
- 420. We're settin' up
everything for you.
- 421. - We got pictures the right height.
- Oh, the little bird again.
- 422. Isn't that beautiful?
I remember when you gave that to me.
- 423. I remember I almost threw it out.
- 424. Good afternoon, girls.
- 425. I'd like you to wait
outside the room a while...
- 426. because I know Aunt Esther
would like to fix herself up a little.
- 427. I want my dog.
Where is my dog?
- 428. - I just need one shot.
- I'm sorry.
- Could you excuse us?
- 429. - Come on in, sir.
- How you doin', Howard?
- 430. I'm sorry.
No press allowed.
- 431. We'll put
these pictures above your head.
- 432. - Delbert, I got no time.
- I know.
- 433. I just stopped by
to see Barbara Jean.
- 434. How you doin'?
- 435. Nobody pays me no mind.
I'm just like another flunky.
- 436. - Would you mind crankin' me up?
- More white carnations!
- 437. If I told him once,
I told him twice.
- 438. Bud, this is a hospital!
This ain't no construction site!
- 439. - I am not the press.
- Go build another chair!
- 440. Goddamn it!
- 441. I am not the press.
I am from the BBC.
- 442. Damned if I don't
keep my pledge.
- 443. - Look who's here... Mr. Brown.
- Glad you're here, but cut it short.
- 444. How do you do?
Nice to see you.
- 445. You look as beautiful
as a big, black butterfly.
- 446. I'm gettin' jealous.
I'm gettin' jealous.
- 447. - You better get out of here.
He's gettin' mighty jealous.
- 448. I gotta sit myself up a bit. Hi.
- 449. - I need to talk to you.
- You got it.
- 450. All right, everybody.
Doctor's gotta talk turkey.
- 451. Barnett, there's somebody
I want you to meet.
- 452. - John Triplette from California.
- John Triple?
- 453. - Triplette.
- Okay. All right.
- 454. - He's a killer.
- Give us some good news.
- 455. Excuse us, please.
- 456. - Are you a relative?
- What? No, no.
- 457. - Can you tell me how she is?
- She's fine. It's her husband
I'm concerned about.
- 458. - Now, say somethin' good.
You got two seconds.
- 459. - Can I have a light?
- Excuse me?
- 460. - Can I have a light?
- Yeah, sure.
- 461. The incident you described
just now is very similar...
- 462. to what you have here
for your second admission...
- 463. - when it was diagnosed
as some kind of intestinal disorder.
- What's your name?
- 464. Bud Hamilton's my name.
- 465. Esther's awake,
and she's dying to see you.
- 466. I'll be there in a minute, okay?
I'm talking to someone right now.
- 467. - I'm talking to someone.
- I beg your pardon.
- 468. - That's my uncle.
- Your uncle?
- 469. I've got a sick aunt
down the hall.
- 470. I just got in from Los Angeles
a few hours ago.
- 471. - I'm L.A. Joan.
- L.A. Joan?
- 472. What do you do?
- 473. Well, I know it sounds arrogant...
- 474. but I'm on my way to town,
if I ever make it...
- 475. to become a country-western
singer or a star.
- 476. - Yeah?
- 477. What are you gonna do
if you don't?
- 478. If I don't? I don't know.
I could always go into sales.
- 479. - Like ladies' clothes?
- I don't know.
- 480. Well, I know all about trucks,
so I'd go into trucking, I guess.
- 481. - You're kiddin' me.
- No, I'm not kiddin' you.
- 482. I'm in a truck enough.
- 483. And I know
how to fix motors and all that.
- 484. - Nobody'd buy trucks from a girl.
- I been fixin' motors a long time.
- 485. They'd buy 'em from me
'cause I know all about motors.
- 486. Why do you say that?
- 487. See, what's happenin' is, if I can't
sell trucks and I can't go...
- 488. - Nobody'd buy a truck from a girl.
- I knew this would happen.
- 489. - Don't say you saw me.
- 490. Hey, you haven't seen
my wife, have ya?
- 491. - She's sort of an ordinary-lookin' lady.
- 492. - Are you going into town?
- You're not one of them
country singers, are ya?
- 493. - No. Can you give me a ride?
- All right, get in.
- Thank you.
- 494. You look like a guy
I was in the navy with.
- 495. He wouldn't take a bath. We had
to pee in his bed to get him discharged.
- 496. Hi.
- 497. My name's Sueleen Gay...
- 498. and I'm here to sing you all a couple
of songs tonight that I wrote.
- 499. And I sure hope
you're gonna enjoy 'em, honey...
- 500. 'cause I know I'm gonna
enjoy singin' 'em to ya.
- 501. The first one I'm gonna sing
tonight is called...
- 502. "Let Me Be The One."
- 503. Let's go.
- 504. Oh, what about your...
your aunt and uncle?
- 505. Oh, it's cool.
I can see them anytime.
- 506. - What kind of car you got?
- I have a little... Here.
- 507. Martha!
- 508. And, uh...
- 509. that... that being true...
- 510. I would suggest,
on the basis of the first account...
- 511. How come you're not
wearing the blue dress?
- 512. Because I didn't want to.
- 513. You're supposed to wear
the blue dress when I wear this.
- 514. - I don't want to dress
like twins anymore.
- We're not twins. We're a trio.
- 515. Hi, young stud.
Come on in, sit down...
- 516. right over here.
- 517. Yeah! Whoo.
- 518. I'm sorry.
I'm sorry to...
- 519. That's okay.
- 520. He looks like Howdy Doody.
- 521. Okay, this is, uh...
- 522. Right here at Deemens Den.
- 523. - Hi, everybody. My name's Sheila.
- And my name's Patti.
- 524. And we're
the Smokey Mountain Laurel.
- 525. Come on, Becky, let's go.
It's gettin' late.
- 526. I gotta get up and go...
- 527. Sorry. Oh! Tom!
- 528. - Yeah?
- Tom, hello.
- 529. Another one of his girlfriends.
- 530. I was looking for you.
This chap told me you were in here.
- 531. - Who are you?
- I'm Opal from the BBC. Hello.
- 532. Good evening, ladies.
- 533. You don't mind
if I sit down for a little bit.
- 534. All right.
I want to hear it some more...
- 535. for my Misty Mountain Boys!
- 536. I got a couple announcements
I wanna make.
- 537. We got some stars here tonight.
- 538. - Can't be us.
- And one of 'em is...
- 539. Tommy Brown's back in town!
- 540. Tommy Brown,
stand up and show it all off!
- 541. Oh, ain't he beautiful!
- 542. Tommy Brown's
the whitest nigger in town!
- 543. It's gettin' late.
- 544. - I'm very sorry.
- That marshmallow!
- 545. He oughta drink some
of that milk! It fits his personality!
- 546. This is not typical of Lady Pearl's
parlors, you understand.
- 547. It's not typical of Nashville.
I hope you'll tell the other ones.
- 548. Hey, he's leavin'!
The Oreo cookie's leavin'!
- 549. Calm down.
- 550. I'm drunk, but shit, he's still
the whitest nigger in town...
- 551. and I ain't gonna change my mind
about that, I'll tell you right now.
- 552. Shit! Hey, where you goin',
- 553. Come on back here!
- 554. - Hey, get your hands off...
- 555. Listen, boys!
I got two guns here!
- 556. - How'd we do, Trout?
- Not bad, girls.
- 557. Go sit down.
I'll talk to you in a minute.
- 558. Send over a couple of beers.
- 559. Bear, how about a couple beers
for the ladies, huh?
- 560. - Honey, what's your name?
- 561. - Sueleen?
- Sueleen Gay.
- 562. Sueleen Gay,
you're on next.
- 563. Come on, Bunkie.
- 564. One, two, three, four.
Un, deux, trois, quatre.
- 565. Testing. Testing.
Un, deux, trois, quatre.
- 566. I gotta go to the bathroom.
Wait for me here.
- 567. The kind of guys
that go for this Hal Phillip Walker...
- 568. longhairs and smoke
cigarettes that look funny.
- 569. I heard this guy's
an admitted homo.
- 570. and I'm here to sing y'all
a couple songs I wrote.
- 571. First one I'm gonna do is called
"Let Me Be The One."
- 572. That's awful.
- 573. - You want a beer?
- No, thanks. This is business.
- 574. See, what I was wonderin'...
- 575. I'm makin'
a demonstration album...
- 576. at a recordin' studio...
- 577. - and, uh...
- 578. - What? You...
- Goddamn it, come back here!
- 579. - Deemens Den.
- Is Trout around there?
- 580. - Yeah, this is Trout.
- Listen, this is Del Reese.
- 581. We're gonna have
a little fundraiser...
- 582. and we need
some help with some...
- 583. - Talent?
- Yeah, talent. Right.
- 584. I tell you what I'm gonna do.
- 585. The fella I'm working with is here.
I'm gonna put him on.
- 586. Maybe he can tell you
exactly what we need.
- 587. - John Triplette's his name.
- All right.
- 588. Uh, Trout.
This fella's name's Trout.
- 589. - Trout?
- 590. - Hello, Trout?
- Hey, John, how are you?
- 591. - Fine. How are you?
- 592. - As Del told you,
we're putting a smoker together.
- 593. I think next Monday night,
- 594. What we need is a young lady
to entertain the troops.
- 595. Hey, babes.
- 596. And then...
- 597. - What are you tellin'? Huh?
- 598. - Set the table, please.
- 599. Hey, babe, I'm sorry...
- 600. you got stuck in that big
traffic jam out there today.
- 601. I have got
a saucy, saucy redhead...
- 602. - Saucy?
- Who is dynamite.
- 603. Why, in fact, her name
is "Suelynn" Gay.
- 604. Well, if she's half as provocative
as her name, we're home free.
- 605. I'm sorry I sprang
this dinner on you.
- 606. I asked the man
if he wanted to come to dinner...
- 607. - and he said yes.
- And then one boy pushed me out.
- 608. - Were you out there by yourself?
- Wasn't it hot?
- 609. - Thought I was gonna burn up.
- It was terrible.
- 610. We got in the car,
and I turned on the air conditioner.
- 611. Coach said, "Go in the water."
I said, "Okay."
- 612. - What you tellin', Jimmy?
- Talkin' 'bout swimming class.
- 613. - He's telling me about swimming class.
- 614. Did you swim today?
Did you learn anything?
- 615. - Huh?
- Hush! Let him tell it.
- 616. Then the coach said, "Ready?"
- 617. I said, "Yeah. Oh, boy."
- 618. Then I went down
to the diving board...
- 619. Whoo!
And touched bottom.
- 620. And I kept going through.
Walked on the bottom.
- 621. And then I come out.
- 622. Then I get two cards:
- 623. "Goldfish" and...
- 624. - and "Passed the test."
- 625. How about that?
- 626. They call you Goldfish?
- 627. Goldfish. That's it.
- 628. - Oh, dynamite! Dynamite!
- 629. Sueleen,
I'm so proud of you, baby.
- 630. - Thank you.
- You knocked 'em out up there.
- 631. - Oh, excuse me. I'm sorry.
- All the people were goin' crazy!
- 632. Darlin', you're outta sight!
You are outta sight! Oh, my goodness.
- 633. Oh, that's beautiful.
Honey, it takes an attitude to be a star.
- 634. - What can I tell you?
- Do I get the job, then?
- 635. Honey, I got you a job
while you were singin'.
- 636. - You did? Oh!
- A friend of mine called.
- 637. Very heavy.
There's a party Monday night.
- 638. Listen, the pay is not much...
- 639. - because it's a low-budget thing.
- I don't care about the money.
- 640. - It's only $10.
- I don't care about the money.
- 641. This must be
some sort of amateur night.
- 642. - You're gonna be a star.
- I gotta make a phone call.
- 643. I'll be right back.
- 644. - They are good, babe.
- 645. - I can get that.
- You want me to get it?
- 646. - That's all right. Go on.
- Where you goin'?
- 647. - Telephone.
- 648. Mm! Hello.
- 649. - Hi. Linnea?
- 650. - I'm here.
- Who is it?
- 651. This is Tom.
- 652. Just a minute. I have something
in my mouth. I was eatin' dinner.
- 653. You haven't changed a bit,
- 654. - Now, who is it?
- Tom. Don't you remember?
- 655. - No, I don't believe I do.
- 656. We met in the control room
at the recording studio...
- 657. about two months ago.
- 658. - Oh, yes. How are you?
- I'm fine. How are you?
- 659. I'm just fine.
What are you doin' in Nashville?
- 660. I'm gonna do some recording.
I'm here for a couple weeks.
- 661. I'd really like to see you.
- 662. Why don't you come out to the house?
The children would love to meet you.
- 663. It's not exactly
what I had in mind.
- 664. - Well...
- Look, I find you very attractive,
and I'd like to see you.
- 665. Well, I think it'd be fine if we had
dinner some night here at the house.
- 666. You've never met
my husband, Del, have you?
- 667. I see. You can't talk now.
I'll call you later.
- 668. I'm going home now.
I'll call you when I get there. Bye.
- 669. - Uh, I'd like to...
- 670. Um...
- 671. Well, all right. I'll talk to you later.
Thank you for calling.
- 672. - He's done well in those primaries.
- He sure has.
- 673. That's the key to it.
- 674. Excuse me.
Who was it, babe?
- 675. Oh, down at
the recording studio.
- 676. I left some,
uh, music down there.
- 677. - What kind of a gun is it?
- A.38 Smith & Wesson police special.
- 678. Uh, this particular gun's
a stainless steel gun.
- 679. Did you ever have to shoot it?
- 680. Of course, we have to shoot it
to qualify on the range...
- 681. but I've never had
to kill anyone with it.
- 682. 'Course, there's been occasions
where I have had to use it to...
- 683. See ya later, alligator.
- 684. - Am I too late?
- Well, Esther's asleep now.
- 685. She's looking forward
to seeing you in the morning.
- 686. If the chairman
of the board of your company...
- 687. had been running your business...
- 688. the way Washington
has been running our business...
- 689. you'd be asking
a lot of questions...
- 690. and you would find out
what you already know:
- 691. We have some problems
that money alone won't solve.
- 692. Now, I know something
- 693. Anybody who grew up without it
knows a lot about money.
- 694. I know more about money
than some of the rich...
- 695. because I never had any
until I was 27.
- 696. I know something
of what money can do...
- 697. and more important...
- 698. I know something
of what it can't do.
- 699. Does it make sense
to let the petroleum industry...
- 700. boost their prices at will...
- 701. - adding to an already staggering profit...
- Watch where you're going!
- 702. But tell the little filling station
owner in his khakis...
- 703. - he can't charge one penny more?
- What's wrong with you, you dope?
- 704. To tax the salaries of people
on poverty-level income...
- 705. - I don't need that shit, you stupid...
- then turn around...
- 706. and give back in food stamps...
- 707. twice the amount of the tax.
- 708. If there's any cleaning up
to be done...
- 709. we're going to have to do it.
- 710. The Lord is not going
to do the replacing...
- 711. and the powers that be...
- 712. are certainly not going
to replace themselves.
- 713. That old truth remains:
- 714. There is no such thing
as a free lunch.
- 715. - Hello.
- If the books are to be balanced...
- 716. we're going to have
to balance them.
- 717. - Yes, sir?
- You've got a room for rent?
- 718. Yeah, I'm Mr. Green.
That's me. I'm Mr. Green.
- 719. - I'd like to see it.
- What's your name again?
- 720. - Kenny. Kenny Fraiser.
- All right, sir, right this way.
- 721. Right in the back.
Go right through.
- 722. That's your room
straight ahead there, Kenny.
- 723. My wife's been in the hospital...
- 724. so the house is a little dusty,
but there's clean sheets on the bed.
- 725. It's fine.
It's like my room at home.
- 726. - And Kenny...
- 727. - The toilet's down at the end of the hall.
- 728. - You a musician?
- 729. Well, now, my niece
is interested in music.
- 730. Martha!
- 731. This here is Kenny.
This is Martha.
- 732. - Hi!
- 733. - She's from California.
- 734. - Uh, $13.50?
- That's right. $13.50 a week.
- 735. And you can have breakfast
with me if you want.
- 736. - Of course, you'll have
to help wash the dishes.
- That's fine.
- 737. Let me put this down,
and I'll pay you.
- 738. Good mornin'.
Barbara Jean, time to get...
- 739. - Excuse me.
I must have the wrong room.
- Who are you? I think you do.
- 740. - Come on, Barbara Jean.
- 741. Time to get up.
Come on. Hi.
- 742. - Good morning, Louise.
- Did you have a nice rest?
- 743. Yeah.
I was just having a dream.
- 744. I know the political positions
- 745. but not quite as loud today
as they were yesterday.
- 746. Del, are you...
Wait a minute. Wait a minute.
- 747. You want me
to fry you an egg?
- 748. No, honey, I'm gonna
hard-boil me a couple eggs.
- 749. All right.
- 750. I was there
for about a year on a kibbutz.
- 751. I was feeling very romantic...
- 752. about that kind
of socialism at the time.
- 753. I thought I'd like
to have a bash at it.
- 754. - Hello.
- Can I talk to Linnea, please?
- 755. - Del, I'm on the phone. This is Linnea.
- 756. How are you? Listen,
I'm sorry I didn't call sooner, but...
- 757. - Who is this?
- This is Tom.
- 758. Tom who?
- 759. Oh, come on.
- 760. - Who is this? Tom who?
- This is Tom. Listen...
- 761. I don't know who you are,
why you're calling, and I want you to stop.
- 762. - Honey, you know you want to see me.
- I never said any such thing.
- 763. Don't you ever call here again,
and I'm not foolin'.
- 764. - I mean it. Don't you ever call here again!
- 765. What's goin' on?
- 766. Hello?
- 767. Who was that, babe?
- 768. Just some crazy person
been callin' here.
- 769. Next time, get on the phone
and tell him you're gonna get the police.
- 770. Okay.
- 771. Come on.
- 772. Yeah, he wants that
in the cadaver room.
- 773. How do you get outside, please?
- 774. - You dial "9."
- Hi, Mr. Green.
- 775. Look at those flowers.
Did you grow those?
- 776. Esther and I did, yes.
- 777. My niece here picked 'em.
She's from California.
- 778. Oh, that's good.
- 779. They're so healthy.
Let me check and see if she's awake.
- 780. - I see no reason
why I can't use the phone.
- May I see your credentials?
- 781. - I'll be happy to show them to you.
- 782. Holy dog shit!
Will you look at that?
- 783. Must be some friends of Buddy's.
- 784. - Uh, Little Women.
- Little Women?
- 785. Ever since that Easy Rider movie,
that's the bike everybody's been drivin':
- 786. Long, low,
laid-back in the front.
- 787. - They're so dangerous, aren't they?
- They are.
- 788. Over here at the Baptist Hospital,
there's a whole ward of young boys...
- 789. the cutest, best-lookin' boys
you'd ever want to see...
- 790. just paralyzed
from the waist down.
- 791. Oh! Excuse me.
- 792. Thank you for the ride, darling.
- 793. - Break a leg.
- Have you passed the bar yet?
- 794. - Oh, yeah.
- Not that bar.
- 795. No, I know. Excuse me.
- 796. - Well, well, well. Young Hamilton!
- How are you?
- 797. - How are you?
- Fine, fine.
- 798. Give us a kiss, love.
- 799. You're a shy young man,
- 800. - Is your dad around?
- Uh, yes, but...
- 801. - Do you think I could have...
- 802. A little chat with him?
- 803. He's kind of tied up right now,
but maybe you could...
- 804. - Is your mum around?
- No, as a matter of fact,
my mom is in Paris.
- 805. - This is Bergman!
- I like it. It's kind of nice.
- 806. Pure, unadulterated Bergman!
- 807. - Do you live here?
- Yeah, we do.
- 808. We've been here
for quite a while.
- 809. Lucky you! It's so gorgeous.
I've never seen...
- 810. - Of course, the people are all wrong
for Bergman, aren't they?
- Oh, yeah.
- 811. Well, I suppose
you're interested in horses.
- 812. Yeah, I like horses. Sure.
- 813. Honey, you should arrange for him
to visit one of our horse shows.
- 814. Haven breeds those famous
Tennessee Walkers you've heard about.
- 815. - Oh, really?
- Oh, Mr. Triplette knows all about walkers.
- 816. That is not the kind of walker
I had in mind.
- 817. - That's very fast.
- We have to be.
- 818. She had this most
- 819. - Hi, Marie. How are you?
- How are you?
- 820. And she got a lick on the head
gettin' into a car...
- 821. one of those tiny cars,
her daughter's car.
- 822. This happened
almost a year ago.
- 823. No one had any idea this was gonna
develop into such a horrible thing.
- 824. Mr., uh, Triplette...
- 825. I'm real sorry
ole Delbert told you...
- 826. Haven would appear
at the political rally.
- 827. He knows better than that.
- 828. We never let Haven Hamilton
take sides politically.
- 829. You understand we give
contributions to everybody.
- 830. And they are not
- 831. Only time I ever went
hog-wild around the bend...
- 832. was for the Kennedy boys.
- 833. Tsk.
But they were different.
- 834. - Yes, ma'am, they were.
- That's a fact.
- 835. Excuse me a minute.
- 836. Thank you, Brenda.
- 837. Is this party
somebody's birthday, or...
- 838. No, this is, uh...
I'm sure you've seen Haven Hamilton.
- 839. - No, I never heard of him.
- He's been a country-western star...
- 840. Do we get out here?
- 841. Let me, uh...
- 842. Let me get that door.
- 843. Listen, I wanted to ask...
- 844. Would it be all right
if I asked Mr. Gould a question?
- 845. - You want to ask me something?
- We're gonna be riding back with you.
- 846. Could we wait until then?
- 847. I just wanted to know
what you were doing in Nashville.
- 848. Just coming to a party.
What are you doing here in Nashville?
- 849. - I'm stuck here.
- Oh, yeah?
- 850. We'll see you in a bit.
- 851. Haven is singing tonight
at the Grand Ole Opry...
- 852. and this is just
a previous sort of party...
- 853. - Oh, yeah?
- For his friends.
- 854. He's got
a lot of photographers here.
- 855. What are you doing here, anyway?
- 856. I came on a date, and now I'm goin'
to the Grand Ole Opry.
- 857. How you gonna go
to the Grand Ole Opry?
- 858. - "How"?
- Yeah. You came with a date.
- 859. - Is he gonna take you?
- Huh? No.
- 860. They left.
- 861. No, I'm promoting a movie,
but I'm not making one.
- 862. - Are you a personal friend
of Mr. Hamilton's?
- Yeah, we're very good friends.
- 863. No, I'm not a singer.
I'm a businessman.
- 864. I take care
of all Dad's business.
- 865. - You're a businessman?
- 866. With that face?
You can't be a businessman.
- 867. Yeah, I... I work with,
uh, Dad's company.
- 868. I take care of his records
and all of his business.
- 869. Anything that comes in
comes through me.
- 870. - Do you like it?
- Yeah, it's great. It really is.
- 871. Dad's wanted me
to do that all his life.
- 872. Haven, listen,
I'd be the last guy in the world...
- 873. to try and change your mind
about something you don't want to do...
- 874. but I'd like to explain a couple things
about what we're trying to do...
- 875. in this campaign
before you discount it altogether.
- 876. And somehow the blood...
- 877. began to drain
into behind her eyeball...
- 878. and the pressure caused
her eye just to bulge out.
- 879. It was all red.
It was just awful-lookin'.
- 880. Everybody thought
she was gonna lose her eye.
- 881. We still don't know
how it's gonna come out.
- 882. I don't know how
you're gonna feel about this...
- 883. but, uh...
- 884. Walker thinks that...
- 885. you'd make
a fine governor in this state.
- 886. He thinks the time's right.
- 887. He thinks the people
of Tennessee love you.
- 888. He knows they do.
He knows how you feel about them.
- 889. And he wants you
to know that...
- 890. should the time come
you want to run...
- 891. he'll be there with his organization
to back you all the way.
- 892. Elliot Gould,
Delbert and Linnea Reese.
- 893. - Del Reese.
- Mrs. Reese.
- 894. And Mrs. Dorster.
- 895. You gonna be
at Opryland tonight?
- 896. Well, I...
I hadn't thought I would be.
- 897. Well, I'm gonna be
at Opryland tonight.
- 898. Oh, well, sure, I'll be there.
- 899. Yes, I guess you will.
- 900. And that's when
I'll give you my decision.
- 901. Well, thank you so much
for thinking about it.
- 902. Terrific.
- 903. - Is Haven around?
- Yeah, right around the corner.
- 904. Would you check and see
if it's all right if we come?
- 905. - Yeah.
- I see him with other people.
Thank you, Del.
- 906. Do you want to be a singer?
Look at me.
- 907. - Look at me.
- I think everybody...
- 908. Dad wouldn't hear of it.
He really wouldn't. He...
- 909. But you want to be a singer.
- 910. - I know him. That's Elliot Gould.
- This guy?
- 911. - He's a really well-known actor.
- Oh, yes, with the curly hair.
- 912. Yeah. He was married
to Barbra Streisand.
- 913. - He's grossin' real big.
- You gotta be kiddin' me.
- 914. No. That girl that sang "People."
- 915. I just shook the man's hand
like he was somebody off the street.
- 916. - Delbert! Go over there
and bring him on over.
- Yes, sir.
- 917. - Oh, Delbert!
- We all walk on the street, Delbert.
- 918. - Oh, Delbert.
- 919. Listen, you all come over.
Haven wants to meet you right away.
- 920. I didn't realize who you were
when we first were introduced.
- 921. You wrote a song?
- 922. Yeah, I wrote one song
in my life, and, uh...
- 923. - I'd love to hear it.
- Are you sure?
- 924. - Mm-hmm.
- 925. It's Elliot Gould!
- 926. Well, let me meet the movie star!
- 927. Lady Pearl, Elliot Gould.
- 928. - Haven Hamilton.
- Well, how do you do, Mr. Gould?
- 929. So nice to meet you. Welcome
to Nashville and to my lovely home.
- 930. - Elliot! Elliot Gould!
- What brings you here?
- Oh, hello.
- 931. - Hello!
- I'm just, uh...
- 932. How are you?
You look marvelous!
- 933. - Is this another unexpected guest?
- I'm Opal from the BBC.
- 934. Remember
the Cannes Film Festival?
- 935. No, of course you wouldn't.
How silly of me.
- 936. What are you doing...
- 937. - What am I doing in Nashville?
- Excuse me. I'm sorry.
- 938. - I'm doing this documentary...
- Excuse me, but Mr. Gould
does not give interviews.
- 939. I don't know who you are
or what you're doing here...
- 940. but I will not tolerate rudeness
in the presence of a star.
- 941. Two stars.
- 942. Just take her, Delbert.
Thank you very much. Good-bye.
- 943. - Mr. Hamilton!
- It's gonna be all right.
- 944. - No, listen...
- Who are you?
- 945. Well, that's the price
of success, I guess.
- 946. Certainly is.
- 947. Go get a Goo Goo,
friends, and settle back...
- 948. for 30 of the goodest
minutes in radio...
- 949. the Goo Goo Grand Ole Opry!
- 950. It's sent your way
by the makers of Goo Goo...
- 951. the goodest candy bar
in the world...
- 952. and King Leo pure stick candy,
the candy that roars with flavor.
- 953. Now a big welcome, if you please,
for the Goo Goo man of the hour...
- 954. Tommy Brown!
- 955. Okay, this is it.
- 956. - This is it, all right.
- Yeah, all right.
- 957. - It's the new one!
- Yeah, I know.
- 958. - It's the new one, all right.
- Have you got the time?
- 959. Sure. Yeah. It's, uh...
- 960. All right!
- 961. I'm Del Reese, and I'm goin' back
to Haven Hamilton's group.
- 962. - Remember me?
- This young lady's with me here.
- 963. I'm being interviewed by her...
- 964. and I really gotta go
to the bathroom.
- 965. Oh, yeah! Thank you!
- 966. Thank you, Tommy.
Beautiful job, as always.
- 967. Say, Harold Weakly,
have you been on vacation yet?
- 968. Gosh, no.
I've been busier than a puppy...
- 969. in a room full of rubber balls.
- 970. And if you're like me,
all that hustling and bustling...
- 971. makes you want to sit down
and let the world go by...
- 972. while you enjoy
a Goo Goo candy cluster.
- 973. - Hey, Steve. She's with me.
- Excuse me. Can I help you?
- 974. - I'm with these people here.
- Do you have a backstage pass?
- 975. A pass?
They didn't need a pass.
- 976. You need a pass
to go backstage.
- 977. Go get a Goo Goo, the South's
favorite piece of candy for 62 years.
- 978. - You ready to do the song?
- 979. I wouldn't worry
about killin' 'em. They're already dead.
- 980. Yes, thank you.
You're lucky to be alive.
- 981. Haven Hamilton!
- 982. - Yeah.
- 983. Thank you. Thank you.
- 984. Thank you.
- 985. Excuse me.
- 986. Well, I want to thank you
for that wonderful, warm welcome.
- 987. And I'm sure
you meant to share it with...
- 988. with Bud Hamilton,
my son, who's here.
- 989. Stand up, Bud.
- 990. Isn't he somethin' else?
- 991. Yes, indeed. Yes, indeed.
- 992. God bless you, and thank you
so much for that warm welcome.
- 993. - How tall is that guy?
- 994. - Today I'd like to do
a special treat for you...
- 995. - A brand-new song.
- Don't ever ask him that, John.
- 996. That's funny, because...
Oh, there's Connie White!
- 997. How are you, honey?
- 998. You know what?
You remember you signed my album?
- 999. Well, thank you
for coming to the show.
- 1000. I have a song I wrote.
I'll give you a call tomorrow.
- 1001. - That's fine.
- We'll just chat, you know, and...
- 1002. You remember what I wrote on
the program? Will you remember?
- 1003. - "I'm your friend. Connie White."
- I like your dress. I'm gonna get one too.
- 1004. But I like the gold one
with the be...
- 1005. you know, when you...
when you have no waist.
- 1006. Thank you. Thank you.
- 1007. - He's got the entire galaxy
on the back of his shirt.
- Thank you so much.
- 1008. And now I'd like to do
a special old favorite...
- 1009. the song that got me started
in this business...
- 1010. that's been so kind to me...
- 1011. a song you've loved
through the years...
- 1012. and one I'm sure
you're gonna love tonight.
- 1013. Thank you.
- 1014. Well, now, Wilton's goin'!
- 1015. Come on, Wilton!
Let's hear it for Wilton!
- 1016. - I think Joe's gonna be goin' soon.
- 1017. You gettin' ready, Joe?
- 1018. - Yeah, Joe's goin'.
- 1019. Now everybody's goin'!
- 1020. Yes, sir!
- 1021. Well, thank you.
Thank you, and God love you.
- 1022. Thank you so much.
- 1023. Thank you.
- 1024. Of course, we want to send
very special wishes...
- 1025. and greetings
to our own Barbara Jean.
- 1026. I know most of you read...
- 1027. that she collapsed
out at the airport.
- 1028. She's in the hospital.
- 1029. She's in Vanderbilt Hospital
- 1030. and Barnett tells me
she really cried real tears...
- 1031. because she couldn't
be here with you tonight.
- 1032. But I hope you'll send some letters
and best wishes and prayers to her.
- 1033. That's Vanderbilt Hospital,
Nashville, Tennessee 27322.
- 1034. And you tell her
Haven told you to write.
- 1035. Now, as a special
stand-in for her...
- 1036. we have her dear friend
- 1037. who got out of the dentist's chair
- 1038. where she was having
some root-canal work...
- 1039. and came all the way out here
to sing for you.
- 1040. Miss Connie White, who's a friend
not only of Barbara Jean's...
- 1041. but a friend
of yours and mine.
- 1042. A wonderful singer
in her own way...
- 1043. Miss Connie White!
- 1044. - Come on out, Connie!
- 1045. - Hi, Del. How are you?
- I want you to meet John Triplette.
- 1046. You look so good.
- 1047. Isn't she lovely, folks?
Isn't she beautiful?
- 1048. We might want to talk.
- 1049. - We'll talk about it later.
- Nice to see you.
- 1050. Well, who do we have here?
- 1051. - What is your name, honey?
- Paul Harris.
- 1052. Paul Harris.
- 1053. He's 13, he said.
And what's your name, honey?
- 1054. Last time I saw a dress like that,
I was headin' for the junior prom.
- 1055. You boys havin' a good time tonight?
- 1056. The girl fell out of the car.
- 1057. I want you to study real hard,
because just remember...
- 1058. any one of you can grow up
to be the president.
- 1059. Turn that off.
- 1060. Okay.
One more minute, darlin'.
- 1061. - Right now.
- She'll be through in a moment.
- 1062. I want you
to turn it off right now!
- 1063. It bothers me.
- 1064. It bothers me too,
but I gotta listen, don't I?
- 1065. - Why?
- Come on, now, honey.
- 1066. I gotta go to the King of the Road
and thank her for you.
- 1067. - Thank her?
- I gotta know what songs she sang.
- 1068. You can ask anybody.
You can call.
- 1069. You can send flowers.
You can send a message.
- 1070. Come on.
Don't get upset, now.
- 1071. You're makin' me ruin
my nail-polish job.
- 1072. Do I tell you how to sing,
- 1073. Have I ever told you
how to sing a song?
- 1074. That ain't the point.
I know why you're goin' over there.
- 1075. Don't tell me how to run your life.
I've been doin' pretty good with it.
- 1076. You go... Wh...
- 1077. Let's calm down.
We're gettin' on each other's nerves.
- 1078. You're goin' to the King of the Road
so you can hobnob with everybody.
- 1079. - So I can do what? "Hobnob"?
- I ain't got no friends.
- 1080. I gotta sit here
in this goddamn hospital.
- 1081. - They're all gonna talk
about how I'm a nut.
- I ain't doin' no hobnobbin'.
- 1082. Now, whoa, whoa, whoa.
- 1083. - "Barbara Jean had another collapse."
- 1084. You know what?
While you're at it...
- 1085. why don't you take her
some of my flowers?
- 1086. - Are you through?
- No, I ain't through.
- 1087. - Are you through, darlin'?
- Take her this nice black one.
That'll cheer her up.
- 1088. - Why don't you try these?
- Are you through?
- 1089. - And these.
- I said, are you through?
- 1090. And why don't you try these?
- 1091. Are you through, I said?
Are you through...
- 1092. Are you goin' nutsy on me?
- 1093. 'Cause I won't stand for that,
- 1094. Huh? You havin' one of them
nervous breakdowns again?
- 1095. - Huh?
- 1096. You could've fooled me,
'cause it looks like you're ready for it.
- 1097. You just settle down and shape up.
- 1098. The only reason I'm goin' over there
is 'cause I love you.
- 1099. I don't love to go over there
and hobnob with them phonies.
- 1100. Why do you make me
raise my voice to you?
- 1101. Why do you put us both
- 1102. Are you all right?
- 1103. Come on, now.
Let's have a little smile for Barnett.
- 1104. - I'm tired of this place.
- Come on, now.
- 1105. Come on, now.
- 1106. You help me, I help you.
All right? Come on, now.
- 1107. Come on.
- 1108. Now, where's Barnett goin'?
- 1109. Where am I goin'?
- 1110. - King of the Road.
- And why am I goin' there?
- 1111. - To see Connie.
- And why am I doin' that?
- 1112. To thank her
for singin' at the Opry.
- 1113. - Who am I doin' that for?
- You're doin' it for me.
- 1114. That's right.
- 1115. Now, I'm walkin' out now.
- 1116. What do you say?
You say "bye-bye."
- 1117. Bye.
- 1118. - Bye-bye.
- 1119. Barnett?
- 1120. - Hello, Ben.
- 1121. Aren't they wonderful?
- 1122. What are you upset about?
- 1123. She's really late.
- 1124. - Well, she's not that late.
- No, she's late.
- 1125. - Thank you.
- He's right over there.
- 1126. I thought you were
very, very good tonight.
- 1127. Thank you. Thank you so much.
- 1128. She sounded beautiful.
She looked beautiful.
- 1129. Well, Sue,
I didn't expect to see you.
- 1130. - I wanted you to meet Julie Christie.
- Well, excuse my back.
- 1131. - So nice to see you.
- Did you see Doctor Zhivago?
- 1132. - She the one that got off the train?
- Will you be here a while?
- 1133. - No, just passing through.
- Please sit down.
- 1134. - Do sit down and have a drink with us.
- We're not staying.
- 1135. You're English, aren't you?
I could tell.
- 1136. Look at her.
Isn't she lovely?
- 1137. - This is such a coincidence.
- I'm Del Reese.
- 1138. Yes. I was talkin' about
the Christy Minstrels just this mornin'...
- 1139. and now we have
Julie Christie here.
- 1140. - I met you with Peter Finch.
- Oh, yeah?
- 1141. - You won't sit down and stay?
- No, thank you.
- 1142. - Julie has a friend at the Exit/In.
- I hope your stay is very nice...
- 1143. and I hope you'll remember what film
facilities we have in Nashville.
- 1144. - Oh, yeah, sure.
- Thank you. Good to see you.
- 1145. - Have a lovely evening. Good-bye.
- 1146. Nice to see you.
Well, isn't that an honor?
- 1147. - What a surprise. Julie Christie.
- Who's Julie Christie?
- 1148. "Who's Julie Christie?"
She's a famous star.
She's won the Academy Award.
- 1149. - Oh!
- No, I'm not kiddin'.
- 1150. She got it for one of those pictures.
I don't know which one.
- 1151. - She's done so many.
- Isn't he a gem?
- 1152. - He's got the worst sense of humor.
- No, she's lovely.
- 1153. Come on.
She can't even comb her hair.
- 1154. Oh, you've got
a Hal Phillip Walker button.
- 1155. No, it's Kennedy.
Isn't that rather ancient?
- 1156. How strange! I thought everybody
in the South didn't go for Kennedy.
- 1157. It's John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
- 1158. Well, he...
- 1159. he took the whole South...
- 1160. except for Tennessee,
- 1161. And there's a reason
he didn't take Tennessee.
- 1162. But he got 481,453 votes...
- 1163. and the asshole
got 556,577 votes.
- 1164. I just can tell.
- 1165. It's the way she looks at me.
- 1166. You know that feeling you get
that there's somethin' else going on?
- 1167. And if I do a performance
when I'm too tired, it doesn't have...
- 1168. - Hey, y'all.
- Hi, Barnett.
- How are you, Connie?
- 1169. Now, the problem we got here...
- 1170. is anti-Catholicism.
- 1171. These dumbheads
around here, they're all...
- 1172. Baptists and whatever,
I don't know.
- 1173. Even to teach 'em
to make change over the bar...
- 1174. you gotta crack their skulls...
- 1175. let alone teach 'em
to vote for the Catholic...
- 1176. just because he happens
to be a better man.
- 1177. Here, this is just somethin'...
- 1178. somethin' that Barbara Jean
told me to pick up for you.
- 1179. - You shouldn't have.
- I know, but she told me.
- 1180. - I told her I shouldn't have.
- Did you get the flowers we sent?
- 1181. Thank you.
- 1182. Appreciate it.
- 1183. Thank you very much.
As most of you might have noticed...
- 1184. we have a celebrity
with us tonight.
- 1185. If we get our hands together,
we might can get a song.
- 1186. - Miss Connie White.
From the goodness of her heart.
- 1187. What do you want, a few bucks?
- 1188. Huh? You holdin' out
for somethin' better?
- 1189. She's a real sweetie pie.
- 1190. Thank you very much.
- 1191. That's what I love about this place.
Can you see me? I can't see you.
- 1192. - That was a nice gesture.
- I'm gonna sing something y'all know.
- 1193. - What was a nice gesture?
- Join me on the choruses.
- 1194. Don't seem to be
appreciated, do it?
- 1195. - "Rolling Stone."
- 1196. Thank you.
- 1197. Everybody!
- 1198. And all I remember
the next few days was...
- 1199. I was just lookin'
at that TV set and seein' it all...
- 1200. seein' that great
- 1201. sayin',
"Ruby, you son of a bitch."
- 1202. And Oswald...
- 1203. and her in her little pink suit.
- 1204. Here's the best.
- 1205. And then comes Bobby.
- 1206. Oh, I worked for him.
- 1207. - Don't you think we...
- I worked here.
I worked all over the country.
- 1208. I worked out in California,
out in Stockton.
- 1209. Bobby came here and spoke,
he went down to Memphis...
- 1210. and then he even went out
to Stockton, California...
- 1211. and spoke off the Santa Fe train
at the old Santa Fe depot.
- 1212. Oh...
- 1213. he was a beautiful man.
- 1214. He was not much like...
- 1215. uh, John, you know.
- 1216. He was more puny-like.
- 1217. But all the time
I was workin' for him...
- 1218. I was just so scared.
- 1219. Inside, you know?
- 1220. Haven, do you think we could
get Connie out to the rally?
- 1221. Connie White and Barbara Jean never
appear on the same stage together.
- 1222. Connie can replace Barbara Jean,
but that's it.
- 1223. As for Haven Hamilton, well...
- 1224. I'll appear wherever
Barbara Jean appears.
- 1225. I got a good mind to take you outside.
With my wife in the hospital,
you puttin' that shit on me?
- 1226. Calm down, Barnett.
Calm down, enjoy the show.
- 1227. - Barnett's angry.
- 1228. I think she's having an affair here.
I really do.
- 1229. You are way, way off.
- 1230. Are you kidding?
- 1231. I love you.
- 1232. I love you.
- 1233. And on the profession
of your faith...
- 1234. I baptize you, my sister...
- 1235. in the name of the Father
and of the Son...
- 1236. and of the Holy Ghost.
- 1237. Amen.
- 1238. is on the same floor
with Barbara Jean.
- 1239. in the service too.
- 1240. - Yes, sir.
- Oh, not the army. It was the navy.
- 1241. We lost him in the South Pacific.
We don't know how.
- 1242. Sorry to hear that, sir.
- 1243. - World War I I.
- Yes, sir.
- 1244. - I'm wandering in a graveyard.
- 1245. The dead here have no crosses...
- 1246. nor tombstones, nor wreaths
to sing of their past glory...
- 1247. but lie in rotting, decaying...
- 1248. rusty heaps...
- 1249. their innards ripped out...
- 1250. by greedy, vulturous hands...
- 1251. their vast, vacant skeletons...
- 1252. sadly sighing to the sky.
- 1253. The rust on their bodies...
- 1254. is the color of dried blood.
- 1255. Dried blood.
- 1256. I'm reminded of...
- 1257. of an elephant's
secret burial ground.
- 1258. Yes.
- 1259. Cet air de mystère.
- 1260. Cette essence de I'irréel.
- 1261. These cars
are trying to communicate.
- 1262. O cars, are you trying
to tell me something?
- 1263. - Are you trying to convey some secret...
- What? What? Excuse me?
- 1264. Oh, excuse me.
- 1265. I thought
I was completely alone.
- 1266. How embarrassing!
Oh, you're a musician!
- 1267. A round of applause
for Miss Daisy Hoy.
- 1268. Miss Albuquerque.
- 1269. Hi, Frog.
- 1270. This is with gestures.
- 1271. Miss Jill Brown
on the track in number 78.
- 1272. You wanna talk
- 1273. Get up, goddamn it!
- 1274. You fucker!
- 1275. You wanna talk
- 1276. Do you wanna talk about yesterday
or not? What are you...
- 1277. Shit.
Come out of there!
- 1278. You leave me alone!
- 1279. Come out of there!
- 1280. Look, I know what's...
- 1281. For Christ's sake, what...
- 1282. What are you doing?
You wanna talk about yesterday or not?
- 1283. Oh, that's terrific.
Hey, that's great. Hey, terrific.
- 1284. It's great. Oh, thanks.
My turtle. Thanks a lot.
- 1285. Look, just relax!
- 1286. Look, I know what's goin' on.
- 1287. Great.
- 1288. Bill, hi.
I'm John Triplette.
- 1289. Am I early?
I called you this morning.
- 1290. - Oh, the guy from TV.
- Yeah. How are ya?
- Come on in.
- 1291. - Thank you.
- 1292. Just... We're just
cleanin' up here.
- 1293. - You know, the...
- Sunday morning blues.
- 1294. - Would you hold this?
- 1295. Thanks. Let me just
move this over here.
- 1296. - Is this your new album?
- Yeah. That's our only album.
- 1297. It's a very good one, though.
I've heard it.
- 1298. - Oh, thank you.
- It's terrific.
- 1299. - I'm really sorry about the mess.
- That's all right.
- 1300. You oughta see my room.
- 1301. We had a little party last night.
Had a pretty good time too.
- 1302. - Uh...
- I wanted to, um...
- 1303. tell you about what we're trying
to do with this show.
- 1304. - Can I get you a drink?
- No, thanks.
- 1305. - I could call down.
- I don't want to take up your time.
- 1306. I just want to tell you a little bit
about what we're trying to do.
- 1307. I know you're astute politically,
and I'm certainly not here
to sell you a bill of goods.
- 1308. - Don't care. Don't care about politics.
- No politics? Okay, great.
- 1309. Let me tell you, then,
I've got a problem...
- 1310. that I think could work
to your advantage.
- 1311. As you know, this redneck music
is very popular right now...
- 1312. and I've got an awful lot
of these local yokels...
- 1313. on the bill singing...
- 1314. - Your basic country folk.
- Country crapola. Right.
- 1315. So I think, uh...
- 1316. What I'm going for
is a broader appeal.
- 1317. - Which is where we would fit in.
- More than just this Southern thing.
- 1318. And I think that
a really hip group like yours...
- 1319. could walk off with the evening.
- 1320. Yeah. Probably the only
rock group on the...
- 1321. - Absolutely, yeah.
- Sounds good.
- 1322. - Sounds inviting.
- 1323. And I think
you do get a lot of...
- 1324. a big audience
from these country guys.
- 1325. Is this just network, or is it...
- 1326. It's better than network.
- 1327. They'll be showing it
for a year and a half.
- 1328. - Your glasses, sweetheart.
- Oh, thanks.
- 1329. This is my wife, Mary.
This is John Triplette.
- 1330. - Sit down, dear. Go ahead.
- 1331. He's, uh... he's the fella
from the television show...
- 1332. that they're doing
for Hal Phillip Walker.
- 1333. That political thing going on.
He's offered us a spot.
- 1334. You're doing some great promotion
on that guy. All those buttons and...
- 1335. - Thank you. I'm trying.
- And bumper stickers.
- 1336. Anyways, we got
a great time spot on this gala...
- 1337. and we're gonna walk away
with the show, John says.
- 1338. We can't vote for him
because we're registered Democrats.
- 1339. And besides,
he's a little crazy, isn't he?
- 1340. Well, they're all a little crazy.
- 1341. - I'll drink to that.
- That's the name of the game.
- 1342. But I think the thing
you should consider is your future.
- 1343. It would give you a great shot.
- 1344. But it doesn't make any difference.
We're registered Democrats.
- 1345. Well, I'm a registered Democrat!
- 1346. The only reason
we're registered Democrats...
- 1347. is because your father's
a registered Democrat...
- 1348. and his father's
a registered Democrat.
- 1349. Tom's a registered Democrat,
and he wouldn't do it.
- 1350. - Hi, Tom.
- Hi, Norman. How you doin'?
- 1351. Good. I'm sure glad you called.
Is there anything I can...
- 1352. - Sit down.
- 1353. - You don't have
any speckled birds, do you?
- What? Oh.
- 1354. You know,
LA turnarounds. Uppers.
- 1355. Uh, no, no, I, uh...
- 1356. But I know where
to get some grass.
- 1357. - No, thanks. I don't need any grass.
- 1358. - Uh, can I ask you a question?
- 1359. Is there something...
Are you angry at Bill?
- 1360. - No.
- 1361. 'Cause I, uh...
You know, I, uh...
- 1362. Bill and Mary
and you and, uh...
- 1363. Well, Bill...
I mean, Bill seems to be, um...
- 1364. Uh...
- 1365. - I'm just confused.
- 1366. Uh...
- 1367. - Here, why don't you write yourself a hit?
- 1368. - Hello.
- Hi. Can I talk to Cherry, please?
- 1369. She's in bed with R.Y.
You wanna talk to R.Y?
- 1370. - I'd rather talk to her, if I could.
- Who is this?
- 1371. - This is Frank,
one of the cooks at the restaurant.
- Are you a Jehovah Witness?
- 1372. Does it make sense that the churches...
- 1373. should remain untaxed
on their vast holdings of land...
- 1374. and corporate investments?
- 1375. Does it make sense that
a multimillion-dollar income...
- 1376. should go untaxed
year after year?
- 1377. No, all will not be easy...
- 1378. but we will bask
in the satisfaction...
- 1379. of having done
what we should have done.
- 1380. And if we don't
get it done today...
- 1381. we may run out of tomorrows.
- 1382. The buses!
- 1383. The buses are empty...
- 1384. and look almost menacing...
- 1385. threatening,
as so many yellow dragons...
- 1386. watching me
with their hollow, vacant eyes.
- 1387. I wonder how many little
black children and white children...
- 1388. have yellow nightmares...
- 1389. their own special brand of fear
for the yellow peril.
- 1390. I can't have...
I can't start...
- 1391. Damn it!
It's got to be more... positive.
- 1392. No, more negative.
- 1393. Yellow is the color
- 1394. No.
- 1395. Yellow is the color
- 1396. Yellow is the color
- 1397. And yet I see
very little sunshine...
- 1398. in the lives of all the little
black children and white children.
- 1399. I see their lives, rather,
as a study in grayness...
- 1400. a mixture of black and...
- 1401. Oh, Christ, no.
That's fascist. Oh!
- 1402. Yellow, yellow, yellow.
- 1403. I think we'll be able to talk about it.
They're checkin' out now.
- 1404. - Get together with him before he leaves.
- What about the place?
- 1405. - It's not bad at all.
- Think it'll work out?
- 1406. Yeah. It's got this bizarre stage
that drops out of the ceiling.
- 1407. - I know.
- Have you seen it?
- 1408. - They're gettin' out this mornin'.
- 1409. - The place is very confused.
- 1410. Wait a minute.
Here we go. Uh, Barnett?
- 1411. - Yes?
- Phone's for you.
- 1412. - Is it important, or what?
- Bye, girls.
- 1413. - Hello.
- Hello, Barnett. John Triplette.
- 1414. Oh, are you...
Are you going...
- 1415. Mr. Green, how are you?
I'm goin' home.
- 1416. - I'm glad to hear that.
- Thank you. How is Mrs. Green?
- 1417. She's fine, and she's gonna be
thrilled I saw you again.
- 1418. Give her my very best.
And is she takin' her vitamin E?
- 1419. - Got 'em right here.
- All right. Good for you.
- 1420. - You take care, darlin'. Bye-bye.
- 1421. All right, come on.
Let's get her on there.
- 1422. We got to go with those
white horseshoes, huh?
- 1423. We're gonna live
with those for infamy.
- 1424. Take that on the other elevator.
- 1425. Didn't the doctor
get ahold of you?
- 1426. I'm really sorry
I have to tell you this.
- 1427. Mrs. Green expired
- 1428. What?
- 1429. Mrs. Green died this morning.
- 1430. Wait right here.
Let me go get the doctor.
- 1431. Mr. Green?
- 1432. Mr. Green, you know,
my mama saved her life.
- 1433. They used to live
next door to each other.
My mama put out the flames.
- 1434. She always loved Barbara Jean
more than anything.
- 1435. She's still keepin'
a scrapbook on her.
- 1436. The only thing she said to me
when I joined up was...
- 1437. "Son, when you're doin' your travels,
I want you to see Barbara Jean.
- 1438. Don't say nothin' about me.
Just see Barbara Jean."
- 1439. So that's what I been doin'.
- 1440. Now I'm gonna go over
to Opryland and hear her sing.
- 1441. Give my best to your wife, now.
- 1442. - Let me turn this...
Wait a minute. Don't laugh.
- 1443. I... Let me... Just...
- 1444. I have a theory
about political assassination.
- 1445. You see, I believe
people like Madame Pearl...
- 1446. and all these people here
in this country who carry guns...
- 1447. are the real assassins.
- 1448. Because, you see,
they stimulate other people...
- 1449. who are perhaps innocent...
- 1450. and who eventually
are the ones who pull the trigger.
- 1451. - Mom?
- Kenny? Where are you, Kenny?
- 1452. - I'm in Nashville. How are you?
- I've been so worried.
- 1453. - There's no reason to worry.
- I haven't been able to sleep.
- 1454. I had to take some NyQuil
so I could go to sleep, you know?
- 1455. - Puts you right out.
- Did it help?
- 1456. Yeah, it did.
Where are you staying in Nashville?
- 1457. - I'm staying at a rooming house.
- Who you talkin' to?
- 1458. - To my mother.
- Who are you talking to, Kenny?
- 1459. - A girl that lives in the rooming house.
- A girl that lives...
- 1460. - Who owns that rooming house?
- Her uncle.
- 1461. A man owns the rooming house?
It can't be very clean.
- 1462. - Don't be silly.
- I bet the sheets aren't clean.
- 1463. In the South
you can pick up this parasite...
- 1464. - Joan, put that down, please!
- Kenny, listen...
- 1465. - Just a minute.
- Just wanted to look at your fiddle.
- 1466. Kenny! You can get
this parasite fungus in the South.
- 1467. It's difficult to get rid of.
When are you coming home?
- 1468. - I don't know. A couple of weeks.
- You left your blue suit in the closet.
- 1469. - I don't need my blue suit.
- I would really like you
to get home as soon as you can.
- 1470. - I'm... been a little...
- Mother, just listen to me.
- 1471. Kenny, don't you talk to me
in that tone of voice.
- 1472. I love you too, Mama.
- 1473. I really do.
I'll see you soon.
- 1474. Bye-bye.
- 1475. Let's find Barnett.
I hope he's not in a bad mood.
- 1476. - Hey, Barnett.
- I'm obliged to you, but...
- 1477. - Hey, Barnett.
- What do you want now?
- 1478. This guy wants her to do four shows.
What do you want?
- 1479. Don't let her do too much.
How you hangin'?
- 1480. - You feelin' better she's better?
- Yeah, I feel swell.
- 1481. We gotta talk to you.
We're gonna do a show.
- 1482. Okay?
John's doing this show.
- 1483. Haven's gonna do it.
We want Barbara Jean to headline it.
- 1484. - Unbelievable.
- Now wait a second.
- 1485. I wish they wouldn't rush us.
Get a shot.
- 1486. It's for this candidate,
Hal Phillip Walker.
- 1487. We don't want her to make
any political statement at all.
- 1488. What do you think
her bein' there's gonna be?
- 1489. - Ain't that a political statement?
- People haven't seen her.
- 1490. No! No, fellas.
Don't take it personal.
- 1491. No. No politics,
no government, no nothin'.
- 1492. - All right? Okay?
- All right.
- 1493. - I heard you all out.
- Hello, boys. How's it goin'?
- 1494. I believe I met you before
in the hospital.
- 1495. Look at that. Didn't Jewel
show you how to do her hair?
- 1496. - Come on, darlin'.
- How's it goin'?
- 1497. - No pictures.
- I'm all excited. A little rushed, but...
- 1498. - How do you feel?
- 1499. I told the band you're gonna
start off with the cowboy song.
- 1500. - Forget it.
- No, just leave it to me.
- 1501. He's crazy.
He can take a flying leap.
- 1502. I'm gonna stay after him
like a rodent, man.
- 1503. Thank you. Thank you.
- 1504. Have you been in Vietnam?
- 1505. Yes, you have.
I can tell by your face.
- 1506. Was it awful?
- 1507. It was...
It was kind of hot and wet.
- 1508. Thank you.
- 1509. I want to tell you all a little secret
you might not know...
- 1510. and that is that last night
I thanked my lucky stars...
- 1511. that I could be here at all
to sing for ya.
- 1512. I heard on the radio
this cutest little boy, nine years old...
- 1513. and you know how
a deejay'll play a tune...
- 1514. and ask everybody
to phone in how they like it?
- 1515. I was listenin' to it,
and they asked for callers to call in.
- 1516. This little nine-year-old called in.
The song had voices in the background...
- 1517. like the way they use
backup voices these days...
- 1518. soundin' like little munchkins?
- 1519. The deejay said,
"How old are you, son?"
- 1520. The boy said, "I'm nine,
and I think it's gonna be a hit."
- 1521. The deejay said, "Why?"
"Because it had those chipmunks in it."
- 1522. And I thought that was so cute
because I can sing
like a munchkin myself...
- 1523. and I'm real fond
of The Wizard of Oz.
- 1524. Plus, I live, you know,
just a ways out here...
- 1525. off of Interstate 24
on the road to Chattanooga...
- 1526. so you can see
why I kinda related to that.
- 1527. I think me and the boys are gonna
strike up another tune. Let's go, boys.
- 1528. Three, four, one, two.
- 1529. I think there's a storm.
- 1530. Seems like it's a-brewin'.
- 1531. That's what my granddaddy
used to say all the time...
- 1532. - before he lost his hearin'.
- 1533. Once he got deaf...
- 1534. he never talked much no more.
- 1535. Except sometimes
he'd say, "Oh, gosh"...
- 1536. or "Oh, durn it" or "My word."
- 1537. My granny, she'd go around
clickin' her teeth to the radio all day.
- 1538. Boy, was she a lot of fun,
and cooked always...
- 1539. my favorite, roast beef,
and she was a sweetheart.
- 1540. She raised chickens too.
- 1541. In fact, did you ever hear
a chicken sound?
- 1542. You know how chickens go?
- 1543. Here, chick, chick, chick, chick.
Here, chick, chick, chick, chick.
- 1544. Anyway, I guess we'd better strike up
this tune before it's too late.
- 1545. - Okay, boys.
- Three, four, one, two.
- 1546. - I'm thinking about the first job...
- 1547. I ever really got
was when Mama...
- 1548. My grandma... she's the one who
clacked her false teeth to the radio.
- 1549. She taught my mama how to sing,
and Mama taught me.
- 1550. One time she took me, 'cause
we was gonna get a new Frigidaire.
- 1551. She took me to the Frigidaire store
where the man was advertisin'.
- 1552. This record was goin' 'round...
- 1553. and my mama told him
I knew how to sing.
- 1554. He said, "If she learns this tune,
I'll give y'all a quarter."
- 1555. So Mama and I went home...
- 1556. And then what happened?
Let's see, I think... Uh, yeah.
- 1557. We went home...
- 1558. and I learned both sides
of the record in half an hour.
- 1559. We went back and pranced in real fancy
and told him I'd learned 'em...
- 1560. and he said, "Let me hear"...
- 1561. so I sang him both sides
of the record instead of one.
- 1562. So he gave us 50 cents, and we went
across the street and had us a soda.
- 1563. Ever since then,
I been workin'. I don't...
- 1564. I think ever since then
I been workin' and doin' my...
- 1565. - Come on, come on.
- Supportin' myself.
- 1566. - Anyway...
- Hey, hey. Hey, hey.
- 1567. - Am I all right?
- I'm gonna get you some lemonade.
- 1568. - Am I all right?
- You're fine. It's the microphone.
- 1569. - I ain't done.
- I know.
- 1570. - I ain't done.
- Go get some... glass of water.
- 1571. Boys, help her off.
You'll come back. Okay, darlin'?
- 1572. - Thank you!
- 1573. All right. Watch the wire.
- 1574. - All right. Okay.
- 1575. Aw, come on.
Have a heart, now.
- 1576. - Thank you!
- 1577. Come on, now.
It's just too soon.
- 1578. All of you must know...
- 1579. You didn't mean that, did you?
That little girl's just come
out of the hospital.
- 1580. You know that girl
just come out of the hospital.
- 1581. I'm sorry. That little girl's
in there cryin' her eyes out...
- 1582. 'cause she didn't want
to disappoint you.
- 1583. Y'all show up at Centennial Park
tomorrow at the Parthenon.
- 1584. You'll see her for free
as our guests. How's that?
- 1585. All right?
Okay, let's hear a welcome.
- 1586. A get-well welcome for Barbara Jean.
Let's hear it. Come on!
- 1587. Ingrates.
All they are is ingrates.
- 1588. I got trapped out there,
and you guys know it.
- 1589. - I want some ground rules right now.
- You name it.
- 1590. - She's gonna sing first, right?
- 1591. She's gonna be off
before that man even shows.
- 1592. Fine. Whatever you want.
- 1593. - Never should've brought her here.
- Any way you want it.
- 1594. No paraphernalia, no literature
being circulated. You understand?
- 1595. And never, at any time, is she to be
associated with Hal Phillip Walker.
- 1596. - Hello?
- 1597. Guess who.
- 1598. - Linnea?
- Yes, it's me.
- 1599. Hi. This is Tom.
- 1600. Listen, I'm playing a gig tonight downtown.
You want to come and meet me?
- 1601. It's at a place called the, uh...
- 1602. No Exit, or the Exit...
- 1603. Exit Out, or somethin'.
- 1604. Anyhow, it's right across the street
from Friday's, on Church Street.
- 1605. You know where that is,
- 1606. Anyhow, I'll be there
at 8:00, and, uh...
- 1607. why don't you
meet me there?
- 1608. - Okay?
- 1609. Driver, could I have
a wee bit more champagne?
- 1610. - It's Norman.
- 1611. Norman, yes.
Norman. Of course.
- 1612. He doesn't like
to be known as a driver.
- 1613. Oh. Thank you so much,
- 1614. - Have you ever been
to the ladies' restroom here?
- 1615. I'm stuck here at the Exit/In
with no place left to go.
- 1616. - I'll have a cider.
- Apple cider?
- 1617. - Yes. Thank you.
- Put it on my bill.
- 1618. - On another bill?
- 1619. Uh, all right. And would you
put it in a wine glass, please?
- 1620. Put it in a wine glass
and put it on my bill.
- 1621. Traveling
in cozy, close quarters...
- 1622. I mean, you sort of
have to camp in one room.
- 1623. - Well, Mary and I camp in one room.
- Obviously, yes...
- 1624. - Tom camps in a lot of rooms.
- I shouldn't...
- 1625. My name's Wade Coolidge.
- 1626. Um, Linnea is my name.
- 1627. Well, shall I say
that Tom and I, um...
- 1628. - You sang together?
- No, I mean...
- 1629. we sort of got to know
each other, um...
- 1630. in the biblical sense,
shall we say.
- 1631. - You went to church?
- I'm sorry.
- 1632. No, I'm sorry.
This is dreadful.
- 1633. But he is so attractive,
I was wondering...
- 1634. I shouldn't be asking you.
I should really be asking Mary.
- 1635. You went to bed
with him, right?
- 1636. Oh, yeah.
I thought you understood that.
- 1637. Well, I shouldn't...
- 1638. Where did you go
to bed with him?
- 1639. Listen, we got
a special treat tonight.
- 1640. A friend of mine
is in town cuttin' an album.
- 1641. - That's you.
- Tom Frank is in the audience.
- 1642. Tom? Speak of the devil!
- 1643. He's agreed to come up
and do a couple of numbers.
- 1644. Let's make him feel at home.
- 1645. Come on!
- 1646. Right.
- 1647. - Goddamn it!
- 1648. - I haven't seen him for more
than two minutes in three days.
- Thank you.
- 1649. - As y'all may remember,
I used to be part of a trio.
- "Used to be"?
- 1650. I been hidin' from 'em all week,
but they found me tonight...
- 1651. so we might as well have
them up here too.
- 1652. - Bill and Mary.
- 1653. Yes, you must!
- 1654. I've been watching it all week.
- 1655. Thank you, thank you.
- 1656. We don't need to sing at all.
You guys can do it for us.
- 1657. Mm!
- 1658. When this is all over, I'm gonna
be taking them back to someplace...
- 1659. and we could drive around.
- 1660. I can show you
a little bit of Nashville...
- 1661. and I can tell you things
that'd send you around the corner.
- 1662. I'm not kidding.
I know, for instance...
- 1663. - Uh... What is your name?
- 1664. Yeah, Norman.
Please, Norman, I...
- 1665. I make a point never
to gossip with servants.
- 1666. - Thank you.
- 1667. Okay, fellas,
I think you know...
- 1668. we've got a good man
to get behind.
- 1669. I don't wanna take a lot of your time,
'cause we do have
entertainment for ya.
- 1670. Uh, you got pledge cards
on the table there.
- 1671. You can pledge
anything you want to.
- 1672. I'll make sure... I'll make you pay,
whatever you put down there.
- 1673. If you got a check,
don't be afraid to write it.
- 1674. I'll get that to the bank quick,
before you can stop it.
- 1675. - Any cash, anything at all.
- 1676. Don't anybody
be humble or shy.
- 1677. That's all. And while you're writin',
so you don't get bored or anything...
- 1678. - there's somethin' comin'
to keep you occupied.
- 1679. Just keep your eyes up,
'cause good things come from above.
- 1680. - Hi, y'all.
- 1681. My name's Sueleen Gay...
- 1682. and I'm here to sing you a song
about a girl that never gets enough.
- 1683. She's the worst singer
I ever heard.
- 1684. She cannot sing a lick,
- 1685. Hey, you forgot your jacket.
- 1686. Excuse me.
I gotta go to the bathroom.
- 1687. If you want more,
it's gonna have to be me alone...
- 1688. 'cause it seems
I just been deserted.
- 1689. I'm gonna play
somethin' that, uh...
- 1690. I wrote just recently...
- 1691. - and came here to record.
- All right!
- 1692. I'm gonna dedicate this to someone
special who might be here tonight.
- 1693. This is a song called
- 1694. Do it to me.
- 1695. - Hi.
- 1696. I'm gonna sing you all
a song Barbara Jean wrote.
- 1697. Just wanna get comfortable.
- 1698. It's called, uh,
"One, I Love You."
- 1699. Boo! Come on, now!
- 1700. Boo! Come on! Take it off!
- 1701. - Did you tell Trout what you wanted?
- Did I? It was your job.
- 1702. - I know.
- I assumed he knew what...
- 1703. Well, I didn't think
it was gonna be any problem.
- 1704. Come on! What is this?
- 1705. Come on back here, baby!
- 1706. - What's the matter, honey?
- I don't understand what's goin' on.
- 1707. Didn't Trout tell you
you're supposed to strip?
- 1708. - I'm a singer!
- 1709. Listen, go finish the show
like you told Trout you'd do...
- 1710. and I'll set it up
so you can sing in the Parthenon.
- 1711. - Huh?
- I'll set it up for you so you can sing
in the Parthenon with Barbara Jean.
- 1712. - Go finish the show...
- I'm gonna get to sing with Barbara Jean?
- 1713. Yes, you are. Yes, you will.
I'll take care of it.
- 1714. Go finish the show
like you told Trout you'd do, okay?
- 1715. - These fellas really like you, honey.
- 1716. - Okay?
- I'm gonna be as big a star
as Barbara Jean is one day.
- 1717. I know you are.
You can't miss.
- 1718. - Go on, now.
- Come on, let's have the show!
- 1719. Whoo! Hey!
All right! All right!
- 1720. You're my mama!
- 1721. All right!
- 1722. - Whoo! Hey, hey, hey!
- 1723. Want to learn how to say
something in sign language?
- 1724. Yeah.
How do you say "I love you"?
- 1725. Well, you could say...
Shorthand for it is...
- 1726. This is shorthand.
- 1727. Or you could say, "I"...
- 1728. you could say, "love you."
- 1729. - "I love you"?
- 1730. Or you could just say,
"I'm happy I met you."
- 1731. - I'm happy I met you.
- 1732. Phew.
- 1733. How can you smoke
- 1734. It's easy.
- 1735. - Do you smoke?
- 1736. What do you wanna
do that for?
- 1737. - Doesn't look good.
- 1738. - Hm-mmm.
- So what?
- 1739. - Tom, I have to go.
- 1740. - Can't you just call him,
tell him you're hung up?
- No, I can't.
- 1741. - Couldn't you just stay another hour?
- No, no.
- 1742. I just can't.
- 1743. Long-distance operator.
You want this charged to your room?
- 1744. - Yeah, please.
- Your room number, please?
- 1745. - One-twelve.
- 1746. - Hello?
- 1747. - How you doin'?
- Oh, wow.
- 1748. Listen, I'm real sorry
I left the way I did.
- 1749. Oh, wow.
- 1750. It's really nice to talk to you.
- 1751. It's nice to talk to you too.
- 1752. - What are you doing?
- I'm thinkin' about you.
- 1753. You are? Wow.
- 1754. Can you come down here?
- 1755. - When?
- 1756. - Oh, Tom, I can't do that.
- Why not?
- 1757. We have an opening at the museum
tomorrow. I can't leave my job like that.
- 1758. Why don't you quit?
I'm makin' bread here.
- 1759. We've tried that before.
It doesn't work.
- 1760. I need to be busy.
- 1761. I'll wait for you here.
When are you coming back?
- 1762. About a week.
- 1763. Okay, well, just come on back.
- 1764. Move back in. It's fine.
- 1765. I miss you.
- 1766. I really do.
- 1767. New York's really been nice.
It's missed you too.
- 1768. The weather's been terrific.
- 1769. I went sailing.
- 1770. - Yeah.
- What's that?
- 1771. That's just room service.
- 1772. There's 50 cents on the desk there.
Just pick it up.
- 1773. - Big tipper.
- Yeah, well, times are hard.
- 1774. Right, all that money.
- 1775. You can afford to bring me
down there, I see. Hmm.
- 1776. - Yeah. Well, never mind.
See you in a week.
- I love you, Tom.
- 1777. This it, honey?
- 1778. Be careful gettin' out.
- 1779. Hey.
- 1780. Hey!
Hey, wait just a minute.
- 1781. Just hold it, will ya?
- 1782. Now...
- 1783. I know you don't do that
all the time. I...
- 1784. I want to tell you
that I just... I mean...
- 1785. Me personally, boy, I...
- 1786. I'd just like to kiss you all over,
- 1787. You know what I'm telling you?
- 1788. - I think you...
- 1789. You okay?
- 1790. Shit, man.
- 1791. Didn't your mama
teach you no manners?
- 1792. - Who was that?
- 1793. What's the matter with you?
Ain't you gonna talk to me?
- 1794. Did it go all right?
- 1795. - Oh, Wade.
- 1796. I had to do me a striptease tonight
in front of all those men...
- 1797. to get to sing at the Parthenon
with Barbara Jean.
- 1798. Oh, shit! Sueleen, I...
- 1799. That's dreadful!
That's terrible, girl!
- 1800. I mean...
- 1801. I been meanin'
to tell you this for a long time:
- 1802. You can't sing.
- 1803. You may as well face the fact
you cannot sing.
- 1804. You ain't gonna never be no star.
I wish you'd give it up.
- 1805. They gonna kill ya. They gonna tear
your heart out if you keep on.
- 1806. They gonna walk
on your soul, girl.
- 1807. - I don't know
what you're talkin' about.
- You can't sing.
- 1808. - Do you understand that?
- Yeah? You wanna make a bet?
- 1809. You wanna come to the Parthenon
and watch me sing with Barbara Jean?
- 1810. - I am leavin' for Detroit Wednesday.
- You just come and watch.
- 1811. I'm leavin' for Detroit,
and if you wanna go, come on.
- 1812. - They gonna kill you in this town!
- You come and see.
- 1813. - They gonna use you. You know that.
- Bye, Wade.
- 1814. Dumb bitch!
I don't know why I stick around.
- 1815. She makes me
so goddamn mad I could spit!
- 1816. Little more than a year ago,
a man named Hal Phillip Walker...
- 1817. excited a group of college students
with some questions:
- 1818. Have you stood
on a high and windy hill...
- 1819. and heard the acorns
drop and roll?
- 1820. Have you walked in the valley
beside the brook...
- 1821. walked alone
- 1822. Does Christmas
smell like oranges to you?
- 1823. In a commencement speech,
such questions were fitting, perhaps...
- 1824. but hardly the material with which
to launch a presidential campaign.
- 1825. Even those who pay
close attention to politics...
- 1826. probably saw
Hal Phillip Walker...
- 1827. and his Replacement Party...
- 1828. as a bit of frost on the hillside.
- 1829. Summer, if not late spring,
would surely do away with all that.
- 1830. Well, now that summer,
along with presidential primaries,
is heavy upon us...
- 1831. and the frost is still there,
perhaps we should take a closer look.
- 1832. Hal Phillip Walker is,
in a way, a mystery man.
- 1833. Out of nowhere, with a handful
of students and scarcely any pros...
- 1834. he's managed to win
three presidential primaries...
- 1835. and is given a fighting chance
to take a fourth: Tennessee.
- 1836. A win in that state would
take on added significance...
- 1837. for only once
in the last 50 years...
- 1838. has Tennessee failed to vote
for the winning presidential candidate.
- 1839. No doubt many Americans,
- 1840. wish that Hal Phillip Walker
would go away...
- 1841. disappear
like the natural frost...
- 1842. and come again
at some more convenient season.
- 1843. But wherever he may be going,
it seems sure...
- 1844. that Hal Phillip Walker
is not going away...
- 1845. for there is genuine appeal...
- 1846. and it must be related
to the raw courage of this man...
- 1847. running for president,
willing to battle vast oil companies...
- 1848. eliminate subsidies to farmers...
- 1849. tax churches,
abolish the electoral college...
- 1850. change the national anthem...
- 1851. and remove lawyers from government,
especially from Congress.
- 1852. At this point, it would be wise
to say most of us...
- 1853. don't know the answer
to Hal Phillip Walker.
- 1854. But to answer
one of his questions...
- 1855. as a matter of fact,
Christmas has always smelled...
- 1856. like oranges to me.
- 1857. You may have
to sit out here an hour or so.
- 1858. All right. It'll give me time
to work on my speech.
- 1859. Okay, thank you.
- 1860. Hi. How are you?
Good to see you.
- 1861. How are you?
Good to see you.
- 1862. - Delbert. How are you?
- Hey, John. How are you?
- 1863. - Can I say hello?
- He's working on his speech.
- 1864. - We'll do that later.
- 1865. - He's gonna wait back there, huh?
- He'll sit out there a minute.
- 1866. - Anybody here yet?
- Yeah, some of the people.
- 1867. - Barnett?
- I haven't seen him yet,
but he ought to be here quick.
- 1868. This building
was originally here...
- 1869. It was made out of lumber
and plaster of Paris.
- 1870. - Oh, yeah?
- This whole big building.
- 1871. See, they built it
for a centennial celebration...
- 1872. and people liked this,
and they didn't want it torn down.
- 1873. Nashville got to be called
"Athens of the South."
- 1874. - They sort of took to that.
- Because of this building?
- 1875. - Yeah, right.
- That's good!
- 1876. Then they had to rebuild it.
This one was originally just...
- 1877. this was built back up
right before I was born.
- 1878. Whoo!
Gonna be a scorcher.
- 1879. - Will the park police control all this?
- 1880. What's all these chairs?
Hey, Triple, Delbert, come on.
- 1881. We don't need all these chairs.
- 1882. - This ain't no band here, right?
- What's the matter, man?
- 1883. I don't...
I don't believe it!
- 1884. What's the matter?
- 1885. Are you guys jerkin' me around?
Do you see what I see, or am I...
- 1886. What the hell is that sign
doin' up there, Triple?
- 1887. We had some ground rules.
Am I right?
- 1888. No political signs,
no advertisements, no noth...
- 1889. - What the hell are you doin', huh?
Go about your business.
- We'll take care of it.
- 1890. I have abided by all the ground rules
you laid down, Barnett.
- 1891. I have Walker sitting out
behind this place like an idiot!
- 1892. Well, he can sit out in the sun
and parch for all I care!
- 1893. My wife ain't well! I brought her
out of a hospital bed to be here!
- 1894. You gave me some truth!
You're full of it, just like your man!
- 1895. - I have abided by every ground rule.
- Except what?
- 1896. What is that up there?
She ain't gonna appear here
with that sign up there!
- 1897. - I have busted my ass for you!
- I'm gonna bust your ass too!
- 1898. I'm through with it!
Take your wife and take a walk!
- 1899. I'll tell these people
she's not going to appear again!
- 1900. - Go on and do it!
- Okay, take a walk, and I'll do it.
- 1901. You'd do that, huh? You'd put
a knife in my wife's back like that?
- 1902. You're putting the knife
in her back, buster. You're doing it.
- 1903. I have not got time
to take the goddamn sign down
and put it back up again!
- 1904. What are you hollerin' about?
You tryin' to embarrass me?
- 1905. - I'm tryin' to be heard.
- Get these chairs off, and we'll talk about it.
- 1906. - Okay. I'll take care of it.
- Chrissake! Delbert... where is that rat?
- 1907. What are you hiding for,
you little rat?
- 1908. And grant us
so to serve thee by day...
- 1909. that we may find
eternal fellowship with them...
- 1910. through him who died
and rose again for us all...
- 1911. Jesus Christ, our Lord.
- 1912. Amen.
- 1913. - Mr. Green, it's not over.
- I'm going to find Martha.
- 1914. - What for?
- She owes some respect to Esther.
- 1915. And now, ladies and gentlemen...
- 1916. Barbara Jean
and Haven Hamilton.
- 1917. I'll find her.
- 1918. Thank you.
- 1919. For Mama and Daddy.
- 1920. Thank you so much,
ladies and gentlemen.
- 1921. - Thank you.
- Wonderful! Wonderful!
- 1922. Let's hear it for Barbara Jean!
- 1923. - Get that gun!
- 1924. I'm all right. You get her.
- 1925. - Dad?
- Bud, help her off. I'm all right.
- 1926. - Get Walker out of here!
- Get Walker out of here!
- 1927. - Get off your asses!
- Watch her head!
- 1928. Y'all take it easy now.
This isn't Dallas, it's Nashville.
- 1929. This is Nashville.
You show 'em what we're made of.
- 1930. They can't do this to us
here in Nashville.
- 1931. Okay, everybody, sing!
- 1932. Come on, somebody, sing!
- 1933. No, I'm fine. You sing.
You stay here and play.
- 1934. - Somebody sing.
- You've been hurt.
- 1935. - I'm gonna get somebody to help you.
- Somebody sing. Sing.
- 1936. Sing!
- 1937. I think you've been hurt.
- 1938. Watch your step there.
Watch your step there.
- 1939. - Come on, easy, easy.
- I can't stop that blood, man!
- 1940. Excuse me.
Have you got a car or somethin'?
- 1941. Can you please tell me
- 1942. except Clorox bottles
and plastic flyswatters...
- 1943. Come on, everybody!
- 1944. Ain't gonna be nothin'
left in our graves...
- 1945. except flyswatters
with red dots on 'em.
- 1946. I ain't gonna be worried.