- 1. Ladies and gentlemen,
- 2. we are about to begin
our descent into Los Angeles.
- 3. The sound you just heard
is the landing gear locking into place.
- 4. Los Angeles weather is clear.
Temperature is 72.
- 5. We expect to make our
four-hour-and-18-minute flight on schedule.
- 6. We have enjoyed
having you on board
- 7. and look forward to seeing you again
in the near future.
- 8. Please hold handrail
- 9. and stand to the right.
- 10. If you wish to pass,
please do so on the left.
- 11. Please do not leave your car unattended.
- 12. Hey. What's the matter?
- 13. The guests are all downstairs, Ben,
waiting to see you.
- 14. Look, Dad, can you explain to them
that I have to be alone for a while?
- 15. These are all our good friends, Ben.
- 16. Most of them have known you since...
- 17. Well, practically since you were born.
- 18. What is it, Ben?
- 19. I'm just...
- 20. Worried?
- 21. Well...
- 22. About what?
- 23. I guess about my future.
- 24. What about it?
- 25. I don't know.
- 26. I want it to be...
- 27. To be what?
- 28. Different.
- 29. - Is anything wrong?
- No, no.
- 30. We're just on our way downstairs.
- 31. - The Carlsons are here!
- They are? Well, come on.
- 32. They came all the way from Tarzana.
- 33. Come on. Let's get cracking.
- 34. It's a wonderful thing
to have so many devoted friends.
- 35. Hey, there's
the award-winning scholar!
- 36. - We're all very proud of you, Ben.
- Thank you, Mrs. Carlson.
- 37. - Is that the new car, that little red wop job?
- That's Ben's graduation present.
- 38. You won't have much trouble
picking up in that.
- 39. - Sir?
- The girls. The chicks. The teeny-boppers.
- 40. I think Ben's gotten beyond
the teeny-bopper stage. Haven't you, Ben?
- 41. Yes, ma'am.
- 42. Excuse me. I'd just like to check
something on the car for a minute.
- 43. His father bought him
an "Alvin" Romeo. You know what that is?
- 44. Hey! Here's the track star.
- 45. - How are you, track star?
- Just fine, Mr. Loomis.
- 46. I wanna get a drink. Then I wanna hear all about
that thing that you won - that Hopperman award.
- 47. - Halpingham.
- Halpingham. Right. You wait right here.
- 48. Ben!
- 49. Oh, we're all so proud of you!
- 50. Oh, proud, proud, proud,
proud, proud, proud!
- 51. - What are you going to do now?
- I was going to go upstairs for a minute.
- 52. - I meant with your future.
- Your life!
- 53. Well, that's a little hard to say.
- 54. - Ben.
- Excuse me.
- 55. Mr. McGuire.
- 56. Ben.
- 57. Mr. McGuire.
- 58. Come with me for a minute.
I want to talk to you.
- 59. - Excuse us, Joanne. Excuse us.
- Of course.
- 60. Thank you.
- 61. - Oh, he is such a lamb.
- 62. I look at him and I can't believe it.
- 63. - I know.
- I simply can't believe it.
- 64. I just wanna say one word to you.
- 65. Just one word.
- 66. Yes, sir?
- 67. - Are you listening?
- Yes, I am.
- 68. Plastics.
- 69. Exactly how do you mean?
- 70. There's a great future in plastics.
- 71. - Think about it. Will you think about it?
- Yes, I will.
- 72. Shh. Enough said. That's a deal.
- 73. There he is now! Here's Ben!
- 74. Excuse me just a minute.
- 75. Listen, everybody.
I want you all to be quiet.
- 76. I've got Ben's college yearbook here,
- 77. and I just wanna read you
some of the wonderful things about Ben.
- 78. Be quiet! Please!
- 79. "Captain of the cross-country team,
head of the debating club,"
- 80. associate editor of the college newspaper
in his junior year,
- 81. "managing editor in his senior -"
- 82. Oh, Jesus Christ.
- 83. Oh. I guess this isn't
the bathroom, is it?
- 84. It's, uh, down the hall.
- 85. - How are you, Benjamin?
- Fine, thank you, Mrs. Robinson.
- 86. The, uh, bathroom's down
at the end of the hall.
- 87. Such a pleasant room.
- 88. Look, uh, Mrs. Robinson,
I don't mean to be rude,
- 89. but I'm - I'm awfully...
- 90. Is there an ashtray in here?
- 91. No.
- 92. Oh, yes. I forgot.
The track star doesn't smoke.
- 93. Is it a girl?
- 94. Is what a girl?
- 95. Whatever it is that's upsetting you.
- 96. Oh, no, I'm just, uh,
sort of disturbed about things.
- 97. - In general?
- That's right.
- 98. Well... congratulations.
- 99. Thank you.
- 100. Oh, Benjamin.
- 101. - I want to ask you something.
- 102. - Will you take me home?
- 103. My husband took the car.
Will you drive me home?
- 104. Here. Uh, you take it.
- 105. Do you know how to
work a foreign shift?
- 106. - You don't?
- 107. Hmm.
- 108. Let's go.
- 109. - Thank you.
- 110. - Will you come in, please?
- 111. - I'd like you to come in till I get the lights on.
- What for?
- 112. 'Cause I don't feel safe
till I get the lights on.
- 113. Would you mind walking ahead of me
to the sun porch?
- 114. I feel funny about
coming into a dark house.
- 115. - But it's light in there.
- 116. What do you drink? Bourbon?
- 117. Look, uh, Mrs. Robinson,
I drove you home.
- 118. I was glad to do it, but I have some things
on my mind. Can you understand that?
- 119. - Yes.
- All right.
- 120. What do you drink?
- 121. Benjamin, I'm sorry to be this way.
- 122. - But I don't want to be left alone in this house.
- Why not?
- 123. Please wait till my husband gets home.
- 124. - When is he coming back?
- I don't know.
- 125. - Drink?
- 126. - Are you always this much afraid of being alone?
- 127. Well, why can't you just lock the doors
and go to bed?
- 128. I'm very neurotic.
- 129. May I ask you a question?
- 130. - What do you think of me?
- What do you mean?
- 131. You've known me nearly all your life.
You must have formed some opinion of me.
- 132. Well, I always thought that
you were a very nice person.
- 133. Did you know I was an alcoholic?
- 134. What?
- 135. Did you know that?
- 136. Look, I think I should be going.
- 137. Sit down, Benjamin.
- 138. Mrs. Robinson, if you don't mind my saying so,
this conversation is getting a little strange.
- 139. Now, I'm sure that Mr. Robinson
will be here any minute now...
- 140. - No.
- 141. My husband will be back quite late.
- 142. He should be gone for several hours.
- 143. - Oh, my God.
- 144. Oh, no, Mrs. Robinson. Oh, no.
- 145. - What's wrong?
- Mrs. Robinson, you didn't...
- 146. - I mean, you didn't expec -
- 147. I mean, you didn't really think I'd do
something like that?
- 148. - Like what?
- What do you think?
- 149. Well, I don't know.
- 150. For God's sake, Mrs. Robinson.
- 151. Here we are. You got me into your house.
You give me a drink. You put on music.
- 152. Now you start opening up
your personal life to me
- 153. and tell me your husband
won't be home for hours.
- 154. So?
- 155. Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me.
- 156. Aren't you?
- 157. Well, no, I hadn't thought of it.
- 158. I feel very flattered.
- 159. Mrs. Robinson, will you forgive me
for what I just said?
- 160. - It's all right.
- It's not all right.
- 161. - It's the worst thing I ever said to anyone.
- Sit down.
- 162. Please forgive me, because I like you.
- 163. - I don't think of you that way, but I'm mixed up.
- It's all right. Finish your drink.
- 164. - It makes me sick that I said that to you.
- Well, forget it right now. Finish your drink.
- 165. - What is wrong with me?
- Have you ever seen Elaine's portrait?
- 166. - Wha - Her portrait?
- 167. - No.
- We had it done last Christmas.
- 168. - Would you like to see it?
- Very much.
- 169. It's here in Elaine's room.
- 170. Hmm.
- 171. Hmm.
- 172. Elaine certainly is
an attractive girl, isn't she?
- 173. I don't remember her
as having brown eyes.
- 174. - Benjamin.
- 175. - Will you come over here a minute?
- Over there?
- 176. - Mm-hmm.
- 177. Will you unzip my dress?
- 178. - I think I'll go to bed.
- Oh. Well, good night.
- 179. - Won't you unzip my dress?
- I'd rather not, Mrs. Robinson.
- 180. If you still think I'm
trying to seduce you...
- 181. - No, I don't, but I just feel a little funny.
- Benjamin, you've known me all your life.
- 182. - I know that, but I'm just -
- Come on. It's hard for me to reach.
- 183. - Good.
- Thank you.
- 184. Right.
- 185. - What are you so scared of?
- I'm not scared, Mrs. Robinson.
- 186. Then why do you keep running away?
- 187. Because you're going to bed.
I don't think I should be up here.
- 188. Haven't you ever seen anybody
in a slip before?
- 189. Yes, I have. But I just...
- 190. Look, what if Mr. Robinson
walked in right now?
- 191. - What if he did?
- Well, it would look pretty funny, wouldn't it?
- 192. - Don't you think he trusts us together?
- Of course he does.
- 193. But he might get the wrong idea.
- 194. I don't see why. I'm twice as old as
you are. How could anyone think...
- 195. But they would! Don't you see?
- 196. - Benjamin, I am not trying to seduce you.
- I know that.
- 197. But please, Mrs. Robinson,
this is difficult...
- 198. Would you like me to seduce you?
- 199. - What?
- Is that what you're trying to tell me?
- 200. I'm going home now.
- 201. I apologize for what I said. I hope you can
forget it, but I'm going home right now.
- 202. - Benjamin.
- 203. Will you bring up my purse before you go?
- 204. I have to go now. I'm sorry.
- 205. I really don't want to put this on again.
Won't you bring it up?
- 206. - Where is it?
- On the table in the hall.
- 207. - Mrs. Robinson?
- I'm in the bathroom!
- 208. - Well, here's the purse.
- Could you bring it up?
- 209. I'll hand it to you.
Come to the railing and I'll hand it up.
- 210. Benjamin, I'm getting pretty tired
of all the suspicion.
- 211. Now, if you won't do me a simple favor,
I don't know what!
- 212. I'm putting it on the top step.
- 213. For God's sake, Benjamin, will you stop
acting this way and bring me the purse!
- 214. I'm putting it here by the door.
- 215. - Will you bring it in to me?
- I'd rather not.
- 216. All right.
Put it in Elaine's room, where we were.
- 217. Right.
- 218. Oh, God. Let me out.
- 219. Don't be nervous.
- 220. - Get away from that door.
- I want to say something first.
- 221. - Jesus Christ.
- I want you to know that I'm available to you.
- 222. - And if you won't sleep with
me this time — Oh, my Christ!
- 223. If you won't sleep with me this time,
you can call me up anytime you want
- 224. and we'll make some kind of an arrangement.
- 225. - Do you understand what I -
- Let me out.
- 226. Do you understand?
- 227. Yes, yes. Let me out.
- 228. I find you very attractive,
and any time you want...
- 229. Oh, Jesus! That's him!
- 230. - Is that Ben's car in front?
- Yes, sir!
- 231. I drove, uh -
I drove Mrs. Robinson home.
- 232. She wanted me to drive her home,
so I drove her home.
- 233. Swell. I appreciate it.
- 234. She's upstairs. She wanted me
to wait down here till you got home.
- 235. Standing guard
over the old castle, are you?
- 236. Yes, sir.
- 237. Congratulations.
- 238. Thank you.
- 239. - It looks like you need a refill.
- Oh, no, I've got to go.
- 240. Is anything wrong?
- 241. - You look a little shaken up.
- Oh, no, no.
- 242. I'm just - I'm just a little
worried about my future.
- 243. I'm a little upset about my future.
- 244. All right, come on.
Let's have a nightcap together.
- 245. - Scotch?
- Uh, bourbon.
- 246. Ben.
- 247. How old are you now?
- 248. T-Twenty. I'll be 21 next week.
- 249. - That's a hell of a good age to be.
- Thank you.
- 250. Thank you very much, sir.
- 251. I, uh...
- 252. I wish I was that age again.
- 253. - Because, Ben -
- 254. You'll never be young again.
- 255. I know.
- 256. Ben, can I say something to you?
- 257. What?
- 258. Uh, how long
- 259. have we known each other now?
- 260. How long have you and I
known each other?
- 261. How long have your dad and I
- 262. Quite a while.
- 263. Mmm. Mmm.
- 264. - I watched you grow up, Ben.
- Yes, sir.
- 265. In many ways, I feel as though
you were my own son.
- 266. Thank you.
- 267. So I hope you won't mind
my giving you a...
- 268. A friendly piece of advice.
- 269. I'd like to hear it.
- 270. Ben,
- 271. I think...
- 272. I think you ought to be taking it a little
easier right now than you seem to be.
- 273. Mmm.
- 274. Sow a few wild oats.
- 275. Take things as they come.
- 276. - Have a good time with the girls and so forth.
- 277. - Don't get up.
- 278. I, uh...
- 279. - I was just telling, uh -
- 280. Ben here
- 281. that he ought to sow a few wild oats,
have a good time while he can.
- 282. You think that's sound advice?
- 283. Yes, I do.
- 284. I've got to go.
- 285. Uh, you have yourself a -
A few flings this summer.
- 286. I'll bet you're -
You're quite a ladies' man, huh?
- 287. - Oh, no.
- 288. You look to me like the kind of guy
who has to fight 'em off.
- 289. Doesn't he look to you like
the kind of guy who has to fight 'em off?
- 290. Yes, he does.
- 291. Oh, say, uh, Elaine gets down
from Berkeley on Saturday.
- 292. - Oh, yes.
- I want you to give her a call.
- 293. I will.
- 294. Benjamin.
- 295. - Benjamin.
- 296. Thank you for taking me home.
- 297. I'll see you soon, I hope.
- 298. Ladies and gentlemen,
your attention, please,
- 299. for this afternoon's feature attraction.
- 300. Hey, over there!
- 301. Yes, I mean you.
- 302. Your attention, please.
- 303. Are you ready in there,
- 304. Could I speak to you for a second, Dad?
- 305. Listen, I'm gonna ask for a big round
of applause to bring this boy out here.
- 306. All right? Now wait a minute.
- 307. Oh, let me amend that.
- 308. To bring this young man out here.
- 309. Because today he is 21 years old!
- 310. - Hey, let's get on with the show!
- Oh, now, just hang on a minute.
- 311. - I've got a few words to say.
- You always do!
- 312. Ho-ho! Look who's talking!
- 313. Dad, can we just talk about this
for a second?
- 314. I can't hold 'em much longer, Ben.
You'd better get out here.
- 315. I'd like to discuss this.
- 316. This boy - I'm sorry.
- 317. This young man
is soon to continue his education
- 318. as a Frank Halpingham Award scholar.
- 319. But before he does...
- 320. Before he does...
- 321. You're disappointing them, Ben.
You're disappointing them!
- 322. - Dad, can you listen?
- I'll give you 10 seconds.
- 323. He is going to give us
a practical demonstration
- 324. of what I feel safe in saying
is a pretty exciting birthday present.
- 325. And it better work,
or I'm out over 200 bucks.
- 326. Okay then!
- 327. Let's hear it now
for Benjamin Braddock!
- 328. Yay!
- 329. Come on, Benjy! Come on, Benjy!
- 330. Let's hear it now. That-a-boy!
- 331. Now, folks,
this remarkable young man
- 332. is going to perform for you
- 333. some spectacular
and amazing feats of daring
- 334. in water that is over six feet deep!
- 335. Hello?
- 336. Uh, I don't quite know how to put this.
- 337. Benjamin?
- 338. Look, I was thinking
about that time after the party.
- 339. Where are you?
- 340. And I was wondering if I could
buy you a drink or something.
- 341. - Where are you?
- Uh, the Taft Hotel.
- 342. Did you get a room?
- 343. No.
- 344. I know it's pretty late,
and if you'd rather...
- 345. - Give me an hour.
- 346. I'll be there in an hour.
- 347. - Where is the party?
- It's in the main ballroom.
- 348. - Main ballroom?
- Yes. Just right there.
- 349. - Can I help you, sir?
- 350. Oh, no. I'm just...
- 351. Are you here for an affair, sir?
- 352. - What?
- The Singleman party, sir?
- 353. Oh, yes. The Singleman party.
- 354. - It's in the main ballroom.
- Ah. Thank you.
- 355. - Hello.
- 356. - You must be one of the Porters.
- No, actually, I'm not...
- 357. I'd like you to meet my sister,
- 358. - How do you do?
- How do you do, Miss DeWitte?
- 359. And that's my husband, Mr. Singleman.
- 360. - Oh! Sorry!
- Fine, thank you.
- 361. - That's Jeffrey, of course.
- Of course.
- 362. - I didn't get your name, sir.
- Benjamin Braddock, sir.
- 363. - But I'm afr -
- Braddock. Braddock?
- 364. - Yes, but I'm afraid — Oh, no, I'll
find your table in just a moment.
- 365. Braddock. Braddock. Braddock.
Not Braniff. We have a Braniff.
- 366. No, actually,
I'm just looking for a friend.
- 367. - Oh. Well, I don't understand.
- I'm not with your party. I'm sorry.
- 368. Hey, I don't get it.
- 369. I've enjoyed meeting you, Mr. Braniff.
- 370. - Hello, Benjamin.
- Oh, hello.
- 371. - May I sit down?
- Of course.
- 372. Thank you.
- 373. - How are you?
- Very well, thank you.
- 374. - May I have a drink?
- A drink? Of course.
- 375. - He didn't see me.
- 376. - I will have a martini.
- Yes, ma'am.
- 377. You don't have to be
so nervous, you know.
- 378. Nervous?
Well, I am a bit nervous.
- 379. I mean, it's pretty hard
to be suave when you're...
- 380. - Did you get us a room?
- 381. - Have you gotten us a room yet?
- I haven't, no.
- 382. Do you want to?
- 383. Well, I don't - I mean, I could.
- 384. Or we could just talk.
- 385. - You want me to get it?
- You? Oh, no, no. I'll get it.
- 386. - Do you want to get it now?
- 387. Yes.
- 388. Well, I don't know.
- 389. - Why don't you get it.
- Why don't I get it.
- 390. Well, I will then,
if you'll excuse me.
- 391. - Uh -
- Excuse me.
- 392. Yes, sir?
- 393. A room. I'd like a room, please.
- 394. A single room or a double room?
- 395. Single. Just for myself, please.
- 396. Would you sign the register, please?
- 397. - Anything wrong, sir?
- What? No. Nothing.
- 398. Do you have any luggage,
- 399. Luggage? Yes. Yes, I do.
- 400. - Where is it?
- 401. Where is your luggage?
- 402. Well, it's in the car.
It's out there in the car.
- 403. Very good, sir.
I'll have a porter bring it in.
- 404. Oh, no.
- 405. I mean, I'd...
- 406. I'd rather not go to all of the trouble
of bringing it all in.
- 407. I just have a toothbrush.
I can get it myself, if that's all right.
- 408. Of course.
I'll have a porter show you the room.
- 409. Oh, well, actually,
I'd just as soon find it myself.
- 410. I just have a toothbrush to carry up,
and I - I can handle it myself.
- 411. - Whatever you say, sir.
- Thank you.
- 412. - Mrs. Robinson?
- 413. For you.
- 414. Thank you.
- 415. - Hello.
- Mrs. Robinson?
- 416. - Yes?
- It's Benjamin.
- 417. Yes?
- 418. Benjamin Braddock.
- 419. Benjamin, where are you?
- 420. Can you look through the glass?
- 421. - Can you see me now?
- Yes, I can.
- 422. - I got a single room.
- That's fine.
- 423. But there's one thing - the desk clerk
seemed to be a little bit suspicious.
- 424. - Now, I don't know what the policy is,
but — Do you want to go up first?
- 425. - Yes, I think that would be good.
- I'll be up in five minutes.
- 426. - Well, good-bye, then.
- 427. - Yes?
- Isn't there something you want to tell me?
- 428. - Tell you?
- 429. Well, I want you to know
how much I appreciate this. Really.
- 430. - The number.
- 431. The room number, Benjamin.
I think you ought to tell me that.
- 432. You're absolutely right.
- 433. It's 568.
- 434. - Thank you.
- You're welcome.
- 435. Well,
- 436. I'll see you later, Mrs. Robinson.
- 437. Check, please.
- 438. - I've got it.
- 439. - I say, I've got it.
- 440. - The toothbrush. I got it all right.
- Very good, sir.
- 441. - Yes. Well, good night.
- Good night, sir.
- 442. Yes.
- 443. Hello, Benjamin.
- 444. Hello, Mrs. Robinson.
- 445. - Well.
- 446. Benjamin.
- 447. Yes?
- 448. - I'll get undressed now. Is that all right?
- 449. Shall I - I mean,
shall I just stand here?
- 450. I mean, I don't know
what you want me to do.
- 451. - Why don't you watch?
- Oh, sure. Thank you.
- 452. - Will you bring me a hanger?
- 453. - A hanger.
- Oh, yes.
- 454. - Wood?
- 455. Wood or wire? They have both.
- 456. - Either one would be fine.
- 457. Thank you.
- 458. - Would you help me with this, please?
- 459. Thank you.
- 460. You're welcome.
- 461. Benjamin, would this be
easier for you in the dark?
- 462. - Mrs. Robinson, I can't do this.
- You what?
- 463. This is all terribly wrong.
- 464. - Do you find me undesirable?
- Oh, no, Mrs. Robinson.
- 465. I think you're the most attractive
of all my parents' friends. I mean that.
- 466. I find you desirable, but I...
- 467. For God's sake,
can you imagine my parents?
- 468. Can you imagine what they would say
if they saw us here in this room right now?
- 469. - What would they say?
- I have no idea, Mrs. Robinson.
- 470. But for God's sake, they brought me up.
They made a good life for me.
- 471. I think they deserve better than this.
- 472. I think they deserve a little better than
jumping into bed with the partner's wife.
- 473. - Are you afraid of me?
- Oh, no. You're missing the point.
- 474. Look, maybe we could
do something else together.
- 475. Mrs. Robinson, would you
like to go to a movie?
- 476. - Can I ask you a personal question?
- Ask me anything you want.
- 477. - Is this your first time?
- Is this what?
- 478. - It is, isn't it? It is your first time.
- That's a laugh, Mrs. Robinson.
- 479. That's really a laugh.
- 480. - You can admit that, can't you?
- Are you kidding?
- 481. - It's nothing to be ashamed of.
- Wait a minute...
- 482. - On your first time, afraid of being inadequate.
- Who said it was my first time? Wait a minute!
- 483. Just because you happen
to be inadequate in one way...
- 484. Inadequate?
- 485. - Well, I guess I -
- Don't move!
- 486. Ben, what are you doing?
- 487. Well, I would say that I'm just
drifting here in the pool.
- 488. Why?
- 489. Well, it's very comfortable
just to drift here.
- 490. - Have you thought about graduate school?
- 491. Would you mind telling me, then,
what those four years of college were for?
- 492. What was the point
of all that hard work?
- 493. - You got me.
- Now, listen, Ben...
- 494. Look,
- 495. I think it's a very good thing
that a young man,
- 496. after he's done some very good work,
- 497. should have a chance to
relax and enjoy himself
- 498. and lie around
and drink beer and so on.
- 499. But after a few weeks,
- 500. I believe that person would want to take
some stock in himself and his situation
- 501. and start to think about
getting off his ass!
- 502. The Robinsons are here.
- 503. Hi, Ben. What are you
doing with yourself these days?
- 504. Oh, not too much.
- 505. Taking it easy.
- 506. That's what I'd do if I could.
- 507. Nothing wrong with that.
- 508. Hey, Ben, Elaine's coming down
from Berkeley soon.
- 509. - I want you to call her up this time.
- I will.
- 510. Because I just think you two
would hit it off real well together.
- 511. Say hello to Mrs. Robinson, Benjamin.
- 512. Hello, Mrs. Robinson.
- 513. Hello, Benjamin.
- 514. Oh, my.
- 515. Hi.
- 516. - Hi. Can I talk to you for a minute?
- 517. Benjy, darling,
- 518. I'm going to ask you something,
- 519. but you don't have to tell me
if you don't want to.
- 520. What?
- 521. Well, I'm going to ask you what you do
when you go off at night.
- 522. When I go off?
- 523. - You don't have to tell me if you don't want to.
- No, I do. I want to tell you.
- 524. I drive around.
- 525. - What else?
- Nothing else.
- 526. Well, you don't drive around from midnight
until noon the next day, Benjamin.
- 527. - Oh, no.
- Well, then, what do you do?
- 528. You meet someone?
- 529. Meet someone?
Why do you say that?
- 530. Well, this is your business.
I don't want to play games with you.
- 531. Wait, wait.
- 532. I don't meet anyone, Mother.
But why do you say that?
- 533. Benjamin, I don't want
to pry into your affairs,
- 534. but I would rather you didn't say
anything at all than be dishonest.
- 535. - Good night.
- Well, wait.
- 536. Wait a minute!
- 537. Will you wait a minute, please?
- 538. Mrs. Robinson,
- 539. do you think we could say a few words
to each other first this time?
- 540. I don't think we have
much to say to each other.
- 541. Look, for months all we've done
is come up here and leap into bed together.
- 542. - Are you tired of it?
- I'm not, no.
- 543. But do you think we could liven it up
with a little conversation for a change?
- 544. - Well, what do you want to talk about?
- Anything. Anything at all.
- 545. Do you want to tell me about
some of your college experiences?
- 546. Oh, my God.
- 547. Think of another topic.
- 548. - How about art?
- 549. That's a good subject.
You start it off.
- 550. You start it off.
I don't know anything about it.
- 551. What do you want to know about it? Are you
interested more in modern or classical art?
- 552. - Neither.
- You're not interested in art?
- 553. - No.
- Then why do you want to talk about it?
- 554. - I don't.
- Now look, we're going to do this thing.
- 555. We're going to have a conversation.
Tell me what you did today.
- 556. - I got up.
- 557. - I fixed breakfast for my husband.
- 558. There's something we could have
a conversation about - your husband.
- 559. Oh. Him.
- 560. I mean everything. I don't know
anything about how you work this.
- 561. What do you say to him
when you leave the house at night?
- 562. Nothing. He's asleep.
- 563. Always? Doesn't he wake up
when you come home?
- 564. We have separate bedrooms.
- 565. Oh, I see.
- 566. So you don't...
- 567. I don't like to seem like I'm prying, but I
guess you don't sleep together or anything.
- 568. - No, we don't.
- Well, how long has this been going on?
- 569. - For God's sake, let's drop this -
- Wait a minute.
- 570. Why did you marry him?
- 571. - See if you can guess.
- Well, I can't.
- 572. Think real hard, Benjamin.
- 573. I can't see why you did unless...
- 574. You didn't have to marry him
or anything, did you?
- 575. Don't tell Elaine.
- 576. Oh, no. You had to marry him
because you got pregnant.
- 577. Are you shocked?
- 578. Well, I never thought of you
and Mr. Robinson as the kind of people...
- 579. All right. Now let's get to bed.
- 580. Wait a minute. Wait a minute!
- 581. So, how did it happen?
- 582. - What?
- You and Mr. Robinson.
- 583. Do you feel like telling me,
what were the circumstances?
- 584. Not particularly.
- 585. - Was he a law student at the time?
- 586. - And you were a student also?
- 587. At college?
- 588. Yes.
- 589. What was your major?
- 590. Benjamin, why are you
asking me all these questions?
- 591. Because I'm interested, Mrs. Robinson.
- 592. What was your major subject at college?
- 593. - Art.
- 594. But I thought you...
- 595. Hmm.
- 596. I guess you kinda lost interest in it
over the years then.
- 597. Kind of.
- 598. Well, how did it happen?
- 599. - What?
- You and Mr. Robinson.
- 600. How do you think?
- 601. I mean, did he take you up to his room
with him? Did you go to a hotel?
- 602. Oh, Benjamin,
what does it possibly matter?
- 603. I'm curious.
- 604. - We'd go to his car.
- Oh, no.
- 605. In the car you did it?
- 606. Well, I don't think we were the first.
- 607. What kind of car was it?
- 608. - What?
- Do you remember the make of the car?
- 609. - Oh, my God.
- Really. I want to know.
- 610. It was a Ford, Benjamin.
- 611. A Ford.
- 612. A Ford.
Goddamn it, that's great!
- 613. A Ford.
- 614. That's enough.
- 615. So, old Elaine Robinson
got started in a Ford.
- 616. Don't talk about Elaine.
- 617. "Don't talk about Elaine"?
- 618. No.
- 619. Why not?
- 620. 'Cause I don't want you to.
- 621. Well, why don't you?
I wish you'd tell me.
- 622. There's nothing to tell.
- 623. Why is she a big taboo subject
all of a sudden?
- 624. Well, I guess I'll have to ask her out on
a date and find out what the big deal is.
- 625. - Benjamin.
- 626. Don't you ever take that girl out.
- 627. - Do you understand that?
- Look, I have no intention of taking her out.
- 628. Good.
- 629. I was just kidding around.
- 630. Good.
- 631. Well, why shouldn't I?
- 632. I have my reasons.
- 633. - Then let's hear them.
- 634. Let's hear them, Mrs. Robinson,
because I think I know what they are.
- 635. I'm not good enough for her
to associate with, am I?
- 636. I'm not good enough
to even talk about her, am I?
- 637. - Let's drop it.
- We're not dropping it.
- 638. I'm good enough for you, but I'm not good
enough to associate with your daughter.
- 639. - That's it, isn't it?
- 640. Isn't it?
- 641. Yes.
- 642. You go to hell.
- 643. You go straight to hell,
- 644. Do you think I'm proud of myself?
Do you think I'm proud of this?
- 645. - I wouldn't know.
- Well, I am not.
- 646. - You're not.
- No, sir.
- 647. I'm not proud that I spend my time
with a broken-down alcoholic.
- 648. I see.
- 649. And if you think I come here for any reason
besides pure boredom, then you're all wrong.
- 650. Because, Mrs. Robinson,
- 651. this is the sickest, most perverted thing
that ever happened to me.
- 652. You do what you want,
but I'm getting the hell out.
- 653. - Are you?
- You're goddamn right I am.
- 654. That's how you feel about me -
That I'm a sick and disgusting person.
- 655. - Now, don't start this.
- 656. Don't start acting hurt.
- 657. Don't you expect me
to be a little hurt?
- 658. Mrs. Robinson, you lie there and tell me
I'm not good enough for your daughter.
- 659. - Did I say that?
- In so many words.
- 660. Benjamin, I want to apologize to you
if that's the impression you got.
- 661. Well, two minutes ago you told me
I wasn't good enough for your daughter.
- 662. Now you're saying you're sorry
I got that impression.
- 663. I didn't mean it. I don't think
you'd be right for each other.
- 664. But I would never say
you aren't as good a person as she is.
- 665. You wouldn't?
- 666. Of course I wouldn't.
- 667. What are you doing?
- 668. Well, it's pretty obvious
you don't want me around anymore.
- 669. Well, look, uh...
- 670. I was kind of upset there.
- 671. I'm sorry I said those things.
- 672. It's all right. I think I can understand
why I'm disgusting to you.
- 673. Well...
- 674. Look, I like you. I wouldn't keep
coming here if I didn't like you.
- 675. - But if it's sickening for you -
- It's not.
- 676. I enjoy it. I look forward to it. It's
the one thing I have to look forward to.
- 677. - You don't have to say that.
- Well, I wouldn't.
- 678. I would never say it if it wasn't true.
- 679. May I stay then?
- 680. - Yes, please. I want you to.
- Thank you.
- 681. Well, don't... thank me,
because I want you to.
- 682. But you won't ever
take Elaine out, will you?
- 683. I want you to promise me that.
- 684. Why the hell did you bring this up?
It never occurred to me to take her out.
- 685. Then give me your word you won't.
- 686. This is absurd.
- 687. Promise me, Benjamin.
- 688. All right. I promise...
- 689. For Christ's sake, I promise
I'll never take out Elaine Robinson.
- 690. Thank you.
- 691. - Benjamin -
- Let's not talk about it.
- 692. Let's not talk at all.
- 693. Elaine's back from school.
- 694. I think it might be a nice gesture
if you asked her out.
- 695. I suppose she's not good enough for you.
Is that it?
- 696. Look, Elaine Robinson and I
do not get along.
- 697. How do you know?
You haven't seen her since high school.
- 698. I suppose your evenings -
Whatever you do with them...
- 699. Are just too valuable.
- 700. That has nothing to do with it.
- 701. I guess I'll just have to tell Mr. Robinson
that you're too busy every evening
- 702. doing God knows what.
- 703. Now, don't go on like this.
- 704. If Benjamin absolutely
refuses to take her out...
- 705. I do.
- 706. Then I will simply have to
invite all the Robinsons over
- 707. on Thursday.
- 708. Well, Braddock,
it's about time you got around to this.
- 709. Your wife predicted you would say - what?
- 710. Patty Duvalle.
- 711. But I didn't know.
- 712. But I didn't know you -
- 713. - No points, right?
- 714. Here's the next question, gentlemen.
- 715. Hello.
- 716. What is your wife's most unusual habit?
- 717. - Uh, come on in.
- Be very specific with your answers.
- 718. I'm afraid the young lady
isn't quite ready yet.
- 719. What would you say to a short one?
- 720. - Scotch still your drink?
- 721. Think of something before that bell rings.
- 722. - Uh -
- 723. Not shaving her legs.
- 724. Stop! That's not funny!
- 725. Well, I'll-I'll see if she's ready.
- 726. That's not - Oh.
- 727. I don't even want to play anymore.
- 728. Sorry, honey, I -
- 729. Well - What else -
What could she say?
- 730. Listen, this was not my idea.
- 731. This was my father's idea.
- 732. Benjamin, I thought I made myself
perfectly clear about this.
- 733. Look, we'll go out to dinner and have a
drink, and I'll bring her right back.
- 734. Because it was either that
or a dinner party with the two families.
- 735. And I'm afraid I couldn't quite
handle that, if you don't mind.
- 736. Look, I have no intention of ever taking your
precious daughter out again in her life,
- 737. so don't get upset about it.
- 738. I am. I'm extremely upset
about it, Benjamin.
- 739. Her most unusual habit.
- 740. - Hello.
- 741. Well, I want you
to keep your wits about you tonight.
- 742. You never know what tricks
Ben picked up back there in the East.
- 743. You're living at home now. Is that right?
- 744. Yes.
- 745. - Do you know what you're going to do?
- 746. Are you going to graduate school?
- 747. No.
- 748. - Do you always drive like this?
- 749. Sit down.
- 750. Why don't you watch the show?
- 751. Benjamin, do you dislike me
for some reason?
- 752. No. Why should I?
- 753. I don't know.
- 754. You're missing a great effect here.
- 755. How do you like that?
- 756. Could you do it?
- 757. Go, baby! Go!
- 758. - Stop it.
- 759. Boo!
- 760. Elaine, I'm sorry.
- 761. Elaine.
- 762. Would you take me home now?
- 763. I'm sorry I took you in there.
- 764. I think I'd better go home, please.
- 765. - Hey, Elaine.
- Where's the car?
- 766. I just want to tell you something.
- 767. - I want to go home.
- But can I just tell you this one thing?
- 768. - What?
- This whole idea - this date and everything...
- 769. It was my parents' idea.
They forced me into it.
- 770. Oh, that's very nice of you to tell me.
- 771. No. What I mean is,
that's why I've been acting this way.
- 772. I'm not like this.
And I hate myself like this.
- 773. Listen, could you just stop crying, please?
- 774. No, I couldn't.
- 775. - But could you try?
- 776. I've had this feeling
ever since I've graduated...
- 777. This kind of compulsion
that I have to be rude all the time.
- 778. You know what I mean?
- 779. Yes, I do.
- 780. It's like I've been
playing some kind of game,
- 781. but the rules don't make
any sense to me.
- 782. They're being made up
by all the wrong people.
- 783. No.
- 784. I mean, no one makes them up.
They seem to have made themselves up.
- 785. Say, I wonder if I could request you
to turn that down a little.
- 786. Would you like to come in?
- 787. - I could make you some coffee.
- 788. I mean, I wouldn't want
to wake anyone up.
- 789. We won't. Let's go inside.
- 790. - Wait a minute.
- Is anything wrong?
- 791. No.
- 792. I was just thinking.
- 793. It's still early.
- 794. Maybe we could do something,
go somewhere else.
- 795. All right.
- 796. Where are we going?
- 797. I'm trying to think of where there's
a place to have a drink around here.
- 798. Isn't there one at the Taft Hotel?
- 799. What is the matter?
- 800. Nothing. I'm just wondering
if they have a bar or not.
- 801. I mean, let's go see.
Let's go see if they do or not.
- 802. Listen, Elaine. It seems to me
that there isn't a bar here.
- 803. - I mean, as far as I know.
- Of course there is. Look.
- 804. There's the Palm Room right there.
- 805. - Good evening.
- Hello. How are you, sir?
- 806. Good evening, Mr. Gladstone.
- 807. Hello again.
- 808. Hi, Mr. Gladstone.
How are you this evening?
- 809. Benjamin?
- 810. Let's get out of here, Elaine.
Let's go somewhere else.
- 811. - Do they know you?
- Of course not.
- 812. - Good evening, sir.
- Come on, Elaine. We're leaving.
- 813. Mr. Gladstone, how are you?
- 814. - Benjamin, what's happening?
- I don't know.
- 815. They must think
I look like this guy Gladstone.
- 816. Hello, Mr. Braniff.
- 817. Elaine, I like you.
- 818. I like you so much.
- 819. Do you believe that?
- 820. - Do you?
- 821. You're the first...
- 822. You're the first thing for so long
that I've liked,
- 823. the first person
I could stand to be with.
- 824. My whole life is such a waste.
- 825. It's just nothing.
- 826. I'm sorry.
I'll take you home now.
- 827. Benjamin, are you having
an affair with someone?
- 828. I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
That's not my business.
- 829. It just happened.
- 830. It - It's just this thing that happened
along with everything else.
- 831. Can you understand that?
- 832. Was she married or something?
- 833. Yes.
- 834. With a family?
- 835. Yes, she had a husband and a son.
- 836. - Did they ever find out?
- 837. And it's all over now?
- 838. Yes.
- 839. I'm glad.
- 840. Can we do something tomorrow?
- 841. All right.
- 842. During the day,
we'll go for a drive or something.
- 843. Okay.
- 844. - You sure you really want to?
- 845. 'Cause I wouldn't want you to do it
unless you really wanted to.
- 846. - I do.
- You do?
- 847. - Benjamin, I really do.
- 848. - Drive down the block.
- Mrs. Robinson.
- 849. Elaine and I have a date.
We're going for a drive.
- 850. Do exactly as I say!
- 851. - Now, it seems to me -
- Listen to me very carefully, Benjamin.
- 852. You are not to see Elaine again ever.
Those are my orders. Is that clear?
- 853. - Mrs. Robinson, do you think we can -
- I can make things quite unpleasant.
- 854. How?
- 855. In order to keep Elaine away from you,
I am prepared to tell her everything.
- 856. I don't believe you.
- 857. Then you better start believing me.
- 858. I just don't believe you would do that.
- 859. Try me.
- 860. Goddamn it.
- 861. - Elaine! Elaine! I'm coming up!
- 862. I'm not dressed yet.
- 863. Benjamin, I said I wasn't dressed!
- 864. You've got to go over the back fence,
and I'll meet you round the corner.
- 865. - What's the matter?
- Hurry. Put your shoes on.
- 866. Benjamin! Benjamin!
- 867. - Elaine.
- What are you doing?
- 868. - Elaine, I have to tell you something.
- What is it?
- 869. - That woman?
- 870. That woman, that older woman
that I told you about?
- 871. - You mean that one.
- Yes, the married woman.
- 872. - That wasn't just some woman.
- What are you telling me?
- 873. Benjamin, will you just tell me
what this is all about?
- 874. - Oh, no.
- 875. - Oh, my God.
- 876. - Get out of here.
- Don't cry.
- 877. Get out! Get out! Out! Get out!
- 878. Good-bye, Benjamin.
- 879. Say that again.
- 880. I'm going to marry Elaine Robinson.
- 881. Well, well, well!
- 882. What's happening?
- 883. Ben says that he and Elaine
are getting married.
- 884. I don't believe it.
- 885. - That's what he says, right?
- I'm going up to Berkeley today.
- 886. - Oh!
- Oh, Ben. That's so exciting!
- 887. Come on.
We've got to call the Robinsons.
- 888. We've got something to celebrate.
- 889. - No. I think you'll want to wait on that.
- Oh, they don't know?
- 890. - No, they don't.
- Well, when did you decide all this?
- 891. - About an hour ago.
- U-Uh, wait a minute.
- 892. You talked to Elaine this morning?
- 893. No, she doesn't know about it.
- 894. Uh, you mean she doesn't know
that you're coming up to Berkeley?
- 895. No. Actually, she doesn't know
about us getting married yet.
- 896. - Well, when did you two talk this over?
- We haven't.
- 897. You haven't?
- 898. Ben, this whole idea
sounds pretty half baked.
- 899. No, it's not. It's completely baked.
- 900. It's a decision I've made.
- 901. Well, what makes you think
she wants to marry you?
- 902. She doesn't. To be perfectly honest,
she doesn't like me.
- 903. - You a student?
- Not exactly.
- 904. - What's that?
- I said "not exactly." No.
- 905. What are you then?
- 906. I'm just sort of traveling through.
- 907. I like to know who's living in my house.
- 908. - I like to know what my boys are up to.
- 909. I'm not up to much actually.
- 910. - I'm just visiting.
- 911. I mean, I've always
wanted to see Berkeley.
- 912. - You're not one of those agitators?
- 913. - One of those outside agitators?
- Oh, no.
- 914. I hate that. I won't stand for it.
- 915. Won't stand for that.
- 916. If I can get by.
- 917. Excuse me.
- 918. Pardon me.
- 919. Well, how 'bout this
for a coincidence?
- 920. I was wondering
where you were headed.
- 921. - I'm meeting someone.
- 922. Where?
- 923. - Where are you meeting this person?
- At the zoo.
- 924. The zoo.
- 925. They have a pretty good one here,
- 926. I don't know. I've never seen it.
- 927. Oh. Well, I haven't either.
- 928. I might just ride out there with you.
- 929. Is that him over there?
- 930. No.
- 931. Where did he say
he was going to meet you?
- 932. - I thought he said by the monkey house.
- 933. Benjamin, I would like to know
what you're doing here.
- 934. - Here, in Berkeley?
- 935. Well, I have this
very pleasant room on Carter Street,
- 936. and I've been getting into some classes.
- 937. - But you're not enrolled.
- No. I just sit in.
- 938. They don't seem to mind.
They've been very congenial about it.
- 939. Benjamin, you're -
I don't know what to say.
- 940. Maybe we can get together sometime
and talk about it.
- 941. Really incredible.
- 942. - Here he comes.
- 943. I've got a real feeling
that this is the fella.
- 944. Elaine!
- 945. He certainly is a good walker.
- 946. Am I late? I'm sorry.
- 947. We thought you said
by the monkey house.
- 948. This is Benjamin Braddock.
- 949. Benjamin rode here with me on the bus.
- 950. - Glad to meet you, Ben.
- Great meeting you, Carl.
- 951. Swell seeing you.
- 952. Who is it?
- 953. I wanna ask you a question,
and then I'm going.
- 954. - Come in.
- No. I wanna know why you're here in Berkeley.
- 955. Because... I am.
- 956. - Is it because I'm here?
- What do you think?
- 957. I think it is.
- 958. - I said, I think it is!
- All right then. Yes.
- 959. - Well, I want you to leave.
- Well, look. I love you.
- 960. How could you do that, Benjamin?
Do you just hate everything?
- 961. - How could you possibly rape my mother?
- 962. - I don't understand how anyone can do a thing like that!
- Did you say rape her?
- 963. What did she say?
You gotta tell me what she said.
- 964. - Why?
- Because it isn't true.
- 965. - I have to go.
- Tell me.
- 966. She said that she was having a drink
at the hotel with a friend
- 967. and that you waited for her
in the parking lot
- 968. and told her that she was
too drunk to drive home
- 969. and that you would get her
a room for the night.
- 970. - Oh, then what?
- Then you took her upstairs and you raped her.
- 971. Oh, no, no.
That's not what happened.
- 972. What happened was that there
was this party at my parents'.
- 973. - I drove your mother home.
- I don't want to hear this!
- 974. - Then we went upstairs to see your portrait.
- No, I don't!
- 975. - In the room, she started taking her clothes off.
- This is my mother!
- 976. And suddenly, there she was without
any clothes on. I mean really naked.
- 977. Oh!
- 978. What's going on in there?
- 979. - Oh, hello, Mr. McCleery.
- Who screamed?
- 980. - It's all right, Mr. McCleery.
- Screaming is not all right.
- 981. Not in my house, it isn't.
- 982. It was just a visitor,
but it's all right now.
- 983. - What'd you do to her?
- Look, she's all right.
- 984. She's upset, and she screamed.
But it's okay now.
- 985. - Shall I get the cops? I'll get the cops.
- 986. Hey, wait a minute.
Now, damn it, look.
- 987. Here she is, having some water.
- 988. Now, there's no need
for the cops or anything.
- 989. All right, boys.
You can all go back to your rooms now.
- 990. Go ahead. We won't have
any more of this agitation.
- 991. - Will we, Braddock?
- No, sir.
- 992. - I want you out of here.
- What do you mean?
- 993. - Now, you heard me. Out of here.
- What for?
- 994. Because I don't like you.
- 995. I'm sorry I screamed.
- 996. Benjamin, when you came up here,
- 997. what did you think
was going to happen between us?
- 998. Elaine, right now
I don't feel like talking much.
- 999. I'm sorry about everything,
but I think I'll just do this now.
- 1000. Can I just sit here while you're packing?
- 1001. If you want.
- 1002. What are you going to do now?
- 1003. I don't know.
- 1004. - Are you going home?
- 1005. Well, where are you going?
- 1006. Elaine, you're gonna have to
stop asking me that.
- 1007. I don't want you to leave tomorrow.
- 1008. I don't understand.
- 1009. I don't want you to go anywhere.
- 1010. Until you have a definite plan.
- 1011. Good-bye.
- 1012. - What's happening?
- 1013. What?
- 1014. Will you kiss me?
- 1015. Will you marry me?
- 1016. - You won't?
- I don't know.
- 1017. But you might?
- 1018. I might.
- 1019. Is that so?
- 1020. You might marry me?
- 1021. Yes.
- 1022. When?
- 1023. I don't know.
- 1024. How 'bout tomorrow?
I don't mean to be pushy, but I think...
- 1025. I don't know.
- 1026. I don't know what's happening.
- 1027. You mean you're confused?
- 1028. Well, look, don't be confused.
- 1029. We're getting married.
- 1030. I don't see how we can.
- 1031. We just can.
- 1032. I have to go now.
- 1033. Elaine.
- 1034. Are you serious about this?
- 1035. I'll think about it.
- 1036. You really will?
- 1037. Yes.
- 1038. Good God.
- 1039. We can go down
and get our blood test tomorrow.
- 1040. - Tomorrow?
- Or this afternoon. It's a good day for it.
- 1041. Benjamin, I haven't even
said I'll marry you yet.
- 1042. We'll need our birth certificates.
- 1043. I happen to have mine with me.
- 1044. - I just don't think it would work.
- Why wouldn't it?
- 1045. - Why wouldn't it?
- I just don't think it would.
- 1046. Tomorrow then. Can we get
our blood test tomorrow morning?
- 1047. Why don't you just drag me off
if you wanna marry me so much?
- 1048. Why don't I just drag you off?
All right. I will.
- 1049. Right after we get the blood tests.
- 1050. - I have to see Carl first.
- Carl who?
- 1051. - Carl who?
- Carl Smith.
- 1052. He's a medical student.
We've known him for years.
- 1053. - Who, that guy at the zoo?
- 1054. - Why do you have to see him?
- Well, I said I might marry him.
- 1055. You what?
- 1056. How did he do it?
- 1057. Did he get down on his knees?
He didn't get down on his knees, I hope.
- 1058. No, Benjamin.
- 1059. - What did he say? I'm curious.
- 1060. He said he thought
we'd make a pretty good team.
- 1061. - Oh, no. He said that?
- 1062. Well, where did he do it?
- 1063. I'd like to know where it happened.
- 1064. It wasn't in his car, was it?
- 1065. Good night.
- 1066. Are we getting married tomorrow?
- 1067. No.
- 1068. The day after tomorrow?
- 1069. I don't know.
- 1070. Maybe we are,
and maybe we're not.
- 1071. Do you want to, uh - Do you want
to try and tell me why you did it?
- 1072. - Mr. Robinson.
- Do you have a special grudge against me?
- 1073. - Do you feel a particularly strong resentment?
- 1074. Is there something I've said
that's caused this contempt,
- 1075. or is it just the things I stand for
that you despise?
- 1076. It was nothing to do with you, sir.
- 1077. Well, Ben, it was quite a bit
to do with me.
- 1078. Now, look. Please...
- 1079. Ben, I think we're two
civilized human beings.
- 1080. Do you think it's necessary
to threaten each other?
- 1081. - I'm not threatening you.
- Do you want to unclench your fist, please?
- 1082. Thank you.
I can see in the dark, you know.
- 1083. I've been here quite a while.
- 1084. I'm trying to tell you I have no personal
feelings about you, Mr. Robinson.
- 1085. I'm trying to tell you I do not resent you.
- 1086. You don't respect me
terribly much either, do you?
- 1087. - No, sir.
- 1088. - No, sir.
- Don't shout at me, Ben.
- 1089. I may not be as young as you,
but I still have pretty good hearing.
- 1090. - Mr. Robinson -
- Have the decency to wait until I finish.
- 1091. I do think you should know
the consequences of what you've done.
- 1092. I do think you should know that my wife
and I are getting a divorce soon.
- 1093. - But why?
- 1094. Listen to me.
- 1095. What happened between
Mrs. Robinson and me was nothing.
- 1096. It didn't mean anything. We might
just as well have been shaking hands.
- 1097. Shaking hands?
- 1098. Well, that's not saying much
for my wife, is it?
- 1099. - You miss the point.
- I guess I do.
- 1100. The point is, I don't love your wife.
I love your daughter, sir.
- 1101. All right. Now listen to this.
- 1102. I don't know whether I can prosecute,
but I think I can.
- 1103. I think I can get you behind bars
if you ever look at my daughter again.
- 1104. Now, I've seen Elaine, and I've made
damn sure you can't get to her.
- 1105. Stay away from me, Ben!
- 1106. I don't want to mince words with you.
- 1107. As far as Elaine is concerned, you're to
get her out of your filthy mind right now!
- 1108. Is that perfectly clear to you?
- 1109. That's all, Ben.
- 1110. You'll pardon me
if I don't shake hands with you.
- 1111. I think you are filth.
- 1112. I think you are scum!
- 1113. You are a degenerate!
- 1114. Hi.
- 1115. Mr. McCleery, do you have some change?
I need to use the phone.
- 1116. I want you out of here.
- 1117. Look. I'll give you $10 for a dime.
I'll give you 20.
- 1118. For God's sake,
will you let me use that phone?
- 1119. I'm gonna call the police now.
- 1120. Could I make one phone call first?
- 1121. Get out of here!
- 1122. Elaine Robinson has left school.
- 1123. Her roommate's coming down
with a note for you.
- 1124. Dear Benjamin, please forgive me
- 1125. because I know what I'm doing
is the best thing for you.
- 1126. My father is so upset.
You've got to understand.
- 1127. I love you,
but it would never work out.
- 1128. Ow!
- 1129. Elaine?
- 1130. Hello, Benjamin.
- 1131. - Where is she?
- Hello. Get me the police, please.
- 1132. - Where is Elaine?
- I'll be with you in a moment, Benjamin.
- 1133. Do you have a patrol car in the vicinity
of 1200 Glenview Road?
- 1134. Good. We have a burglar here.
- 1135. Just a second. I'll ask him.
Are you armed?
- 1136. No, I don't believe he is.
- 1137. What have you done to her?
- 1138. I think we have everything
quite under control now, Benjamin.
- 1139. Would you like a quick drink
before you go?
- 1140. You can't stop me from seeing her,
Mrs. Robinson. I'll find her.
- 1141. Sorry we won't be able to invite you
to the wedding, Benjamin,
- 1142. but the arrangements
have been so rushed.
- 1143. What the hell have you done with her?
- 1144. I don't think you'll have time
for that drink after all.
- 1145. - I'll find her.
- I don't think so.
- 1146. Say, fellas.
- 1147. Do any of you fellas know
where Carl Smith is?
- 1148. He took off in the middle of the night
to get married.
- 1149. Yeah, probably
one step ahead of the shotgun.
- 1150. Would you happen to know
where he's getting married?
- 1151. - I'm supposed to be there.
- Why don't you ask Carter?
- 1152. Would you happen to know
where I might find him?
- 1153. Hey, Carter!
- 1154. Hey, where's the make-out king
- 1155. Santa Barbara!
- 1156. You don't happen to know exactly where the old
make-out king is getting married, do you?
- 1157. - I'm supposed to be there.
- Where in Santa Barbara?
- 1158. I don't know.
Maybe his old man's house.
- 1159. Or in the maternity ward.
- 1160. - Hey, you going to the wedding?
- 1161. Hey. Tell him to save
a piece for me.
- 1162. - Of the wedding cake.
- 1163. - Can I use your phone?
- 1164. Come on.
- 1165. - 697-2036.
- Hello! Who is this?
- 1166. - This is Dr. Smith's answering service.
- Is the doctor anywhere?
- 1167. Well, I'm afraid the doctor
can't be reached right now.
- 1168. - If you'd like to leave-
- I have to know where he is!
- 1169. Well, you see, the doctor is at his son's
wedding, but I'm sure it's over by now.
- 1170. - He should be checking in any moment.
- Listen to me!
- 1171. I'm Dr. Smith's brother,
- 1172. and I'm supposed to perform
- 1173. I just got in from Portland,
and I've forgotten what church, you see?
- 1174. Oh. Well, I'm not sure, but you
might try the First Presbyterian.
- 1175. - That's on Allan Street.
- Thank you!
- 1176. - Allan Street! Where is it?
- Uh, Allan. Uh...
- 1177. It's, uh - It's, uh...
- 1178. It's six blocks up
and, uh, three over.
- 1179. Uh, you need any gas, Father?
- 1180. Oh, Jesus, God.
- 1181. No.
- 1182. Elaine!
- 1183. Elaine!
- 1184. Elaine!
- 1185. Elaine!
- 1186. Who is that guy?
What's he doing?
- 1187. - I'll take care of him.
- He's too late.
- 1188. Elaine!
- 1189. Elaine! Elaine!
- 1190. Elaine! Elaine!
- 1191. Get him. We've got to stop him.
- 1192. - Elaine! Elaine!
- What's wrong with you?
- 1193. Elaine! Elaine!
- 1194. Elaine!
- 1195. Elaine!
- 1196. Elaine!
- 1197. Elaine! Elaine!
- 1198. Ben!
- 1199. You punk. You crazy punk!
- 1200. How dare you!
- 1201. Come on!
- 1202. - Elaine, it's too late!
- Not for me!
- 1203. Move! Move!
- 1204. - Damn you!