- 1. (Boy)
OK, I can lick you.
- 2. OK, you think you're such a big shot,
but you're a little nut.
- 3. Bang bang, you're dead!
- 4. May I help you, please?
- 5. May I help you, please?
- 6. - We're looking for a Jerry Nichols.
- 7. - Does he work here?
- Oh, yes, indeed.
- 8. Where is he?
- 9. Well, I... I'm afraid you won't
be able to see him now.
- 10. He'll be in class another, uh...
- 11. hour and a half.
- 12. I'm sorry, lady. We don't have
the time. Where is he?
- 13. Well, I... I told you,
he's teaching his class...
- 14. Where is he, lady?
- 15. He... He's up... upstairs.
- 16. Now you just sit there,
relax, take a little nap.
- 17. Everything's gonna be all right.
Do you understand?
- 18. Shh.
- 19. Good morning.
- 20. Miss Watson?
- 21. May I help you?
- 22. "... in a little grey house made of logs.
- 23. - "The great, dark trees of the woods...
- Jerry Nichols?
- 24. Just down that corridor,
the last door on the right.
- 25. stood all around the house,
and beyond them were other trees."
- 26. - All right. Now, since each spark plug...
- 27. Oh, excuse me, fellows.
Uh, Eddie, you wanna take this?
- 28. Feel the points here
in this distributor cap...
- 29. and then pass it on
to all you geniuses.
- 30. - Hello? This is Mr Nichols.
- Mr Nichols?
- 31. Two men are coming after you.
Miss Watson thinks they're gonna kill you.
- 32. Oh, I see. Thank you.
- 33. You don't understand, Mr Nichols...
- 34. Should I call the police?
Try to get help?
- 35. No. No, don't bother.
- 36. It's all right. I... I know them.
- 37. Mr Nichols!
- 38. I know them.
- 39. - Class is dismissed.
- 40. I said, class is dismissed!
- 41. Jerry Nichols?
- 42. (Man)
Stop pushing, man!
- 43. Get out of here!
- 44. Porter.
- 45. - One scotch and water.
- Scotch over there.
- 46. Oh, I'm sorry, sir.
One carrot juice.
- 47. It's the eyes. It's good for the eyes.
Yeah, you can see better.
- 48. Thank you, sir. Thank you.
- 49. OK, Charlie.
- 50. Charlie, ever since we got on this train,
you've been like a dummy.
- 51. - What?
- 52. OK, OK, OK.
- 53. You know, Lee,
I've hit a few guys in my time.
- 54. True.
- 55. Now, if they had a chance,
they always ran.
- 56. But he just stood there and took it.
- 57. First thing you told me was
never to think about a job, Charlie.
- 58. Another thing: I recognized him
the minute I saw him.
- 59. Well, he was a hotshot race driver
named Johnny North.
- 60. Everybody knew him.
- 61. Only thing that counts is
we're 25,000 ahead of the game.
- 62. Yeah, that's another thing:
25,000 for a simple hit.
- 63. We walk in.
We put him down. We walk out.
- 64. - That's a lot of money for a simple hit.
- Not for me it isn't.
- 65. And he knew we were coming.
- 66. That dame must've gotten to a phone,
'cause he was tipped off.
- 67. But he just stood there.
- 68. Twenty-five thousand for a simple hit.
- 69. I never got more than ten
in my life. That's two.
- 70. Now, I happen to know that Johnny North
was in on a big mail robbery in California.
- 71. Supposed to have gotten away
with over a million bucks,
- 72. left the other guys holding the bag.
- 73. So we get a contract
to knock him off. OK?
- 74. What happened to the million?
- 75. He spent it.
- 76. Nobody spends a million.
- 77. No, he didn't have the money.
Otherwise, we would've leaned on him.
- 78. Makes sense.
- 79. I'll tell you something else
that makes more sense.
- 80. Whoever laid this contract
wasn't worried about the million dollars.
- 81. And the only people that don't worry
about a million dollars
- 82. are the people that
have a million dollars.
- 83. Only we don't know
who hired us for the job.
- 84. So... maybe we find out.
- 85. I don't know, Charlie.
We did the job, we got paid.
- 86. - Lee, you're 27 years old.
- 87. You got muscles and great brains.
You'll go a long way in this business.
- 88. But I'm getting old, my hair
is turning grey, and I'm tired of running.
- 89. Now, if I had a half a million bucks,
I wouldn't have to run.
- 90. Charlie, didn't you say North
had a partner down in Miami?
- 91. Yeah. It's funny. I was thinking
of spending a few days down there.
- 92. We could change trains in Chicago.
- 93. - I always liked Miami.
- Yeah, it's a nice place.
- 94. Just give me a few minutes, will you?
- 95. - Hey, get outta there.
- 96. - We want to talk.
- Well, you'll have to wait.
- 97. I'm sorry, uh...
We don't have the time.
- 98. What's the pitch?
- 99. - North.
- 100. - What's the deal?
- He wants a deal.
- 101. No deal.
- 102. Now you guys get out...
- 103. It won't hurt you to be polite.
- 104. Why don't you step in here?
- 105. - All right, where is it?
- Where is what?
- 106. Where do you keep it?
- 107. Here.
- 108. - Have a drink.
- It'll loosen you up.
- 109. I don't know where Johnny is,
what trouble he got into...
- 110. He's dead.
- 111. - He's dead?
- All the way.
- 112. - When?
- A few days ago.
- 113. Now what about Johnny North?
- 114. - I don't wanna talk about him now.
- Well, we do.
- 115. What do you wanna know?
- 116. Everything you know.
You were his mechanic.
- 117. His partner, 50-50 down the line.
- 118. But you split up?
- 119. Everybody splits sooner or later.
- 120. - When?
- When he couldn't race anymore.
- 121. - Why couldn't he race anymore?
- He was in a smash-up.
- 122. When was that?
- 123. Four years ago, September.
- 124. What kind of a guy was he?
- 125. I don't know.
- 126. I thought I did. He just suddenly
went out of his head.
- 127. How out of his head?
- 128. He was the best natural driver I ever saw,
and he couldn't handle a...
- 129. a situation.
- 130. Who were his friends?
- 131. You're looking at him.
- 132. What was it he couldn't handle?
- 133. Dames. The kind
that hang around the pits.
- 134. Dames or a dame?
- 135. - It just takes one.
- This one?
- 136. - Hmm?
- Yeah, that's her.
- 137. - What's her name?
- Sheila Farr, "the wrecker".
- 138. Where can we find her?
- 139. - I don't know. Turn over a rock.
- You don't like her?
- 140. I've seen a thousand of 'em.
Gotta be where the money is.
- 141. Anyone that can handle the wear and tear
on her mink coat...
- 142. Mmm, nice-looking chick here.
- 143. A lot of people thought so.
Big operators. I had eyes.
- 144. Think I could get that
through to Johnny?
- 145. How long did he know her?
- 146. He'd met her just before the accident.
- 147. Exactly how long?
- 148. I don't know exactly how long.
Leave me alone, will you?
- 149. Sylvester, unless you want
to renew your partnership
- 150. with the late Johnny North,
- 151. I suggest you tell us everything
and anything we want to know.
- 152. How did he meet her?
- 153. It was out in California.
- 154. The big race.
- 155. We had a good chance.
- 156. Johnny was hot, the iron was hot.
- 157. I was clocking him.
- 158. Isn't it a handicap making him drive
with his brakes on?
- 159. Are you kidding? That was great time.
A minute 38 flat.
- 160. He'll have to do
a lot better than that.
- 161. - Well?
- The floats still need adjusting.
- 162. - The engine's burbling in the corners.
- I'll take a look at her.
- 163. - How'd she do?
- Just great. One minute 38 flat.
- 164. Hey, that's not bad, you know.
That's not bad...
- 165. - That's not bad at all.
- You'll like that one.
- 166. She thinks you oughta be entered
in a six-day bike race.
- 167. - Is that what the lady says?
- That's what the lady says.
- 168. Ma'am, you dig fast cars?
- 169. Haven't seen any lately, Johnny.
- 170. - Oh, you know me?
- I saw you win at Orlando.
- 171. You don't think
I'm gonna win here.
- 172. I can't say I'm too impressed.
- 173. - Do you have a name?
- Sheila Farr.
- 174. Pretty cool, aren't you, Miss Farr?
- 175. Only when there's nothing
to be excited about.
- 176. Er, have you ever been in one of these?
- 177. Nope.
- 178. - Think you'd have the guts to?
- 179. Earl, lock her up.
You've never ridden in one of these?
- 180. - No.
- Earl, she's never ridden in one of these.
- 181. Well now, Johnny,
maybe some other time, eh?
- 182. - Earl's worried about you, Sheila.
- Oh, thanks, Earl.
- 183. - Johnny, I gotta work on her.
- So do I, Earl.
- 184. Now hang on tight. This time my wheels
are not gonna touch the ground.
- 185. Hey, Johnny! Johnny!
- 186. Fast enough for you, Miss Farr?
- 187. You still think I should be
entered in a bike race?
- 188. You had no competition.
But I liked it.
- 189. - Well, I didn't.
- You'll get over it, Earl.
- 190. - You don't scare easy.
- Neither do you.
- 191. Why don't you take her out again
and twist her wheels off!
- 192. - Did you really think you'd scare me?
- You can be scared.
- 193. - Would you like to try?
- You're a nutty dame.
- 194. I'm also a hungry dame.
Why don't you take me to lunch?
- 195. - Your car?
- 196. - Fancy.
- I like things that way.
- 197. I bet you do.
- 198. All right, I'll take you to lunch.
- 199. - Well, I thought I'd drive you this time.
- Slide over. Nobody drives me.
- 200. Hey, Johnny! You...
- 201. You have money written all over you.
What do you want with me?
- 202. - A hamburger and a beer.
- No, no. I'm serious.
- 203. You know my story. I'm pretty.
- 204. - What does that make me?
- Somebody I admire.
- 205. - Somebody I'd like to know.
- Put it in English.
- 206. All right. You're a winner,
and I don't like losers.
- 207. I've been around them all my life.
Little men who cry a lot.
- 208. I like you.
Do I have to write a book?
- 209. - Do I make you nervous?
- So far, yes.
- 210. Oh, come on.
Neither of us scares easily.
- 211. We haven't had an opportunity to...
- 212. Nothing scares me.
- 213. We'll see.
- 214. Did I do something wrong?
- 215. No, I did.
I, er, raced out of my class.
- 216. But then again, I thought
I'd be racing against...
- 217. if you'll pardon
the expression - a lady.
- 218. Oh, you don't think I'm a lady?
- 219. Let me put it this way:
You got muscles,
- 220. you got a fat head
and you probably have two left feet.
- 221. You're too, too kind.
But then I will try to be a lady.
- 222. Oh, a lady doesn't have to try.
- 223. Oh, what do you say, old buddy?
- 224. I'm glad to see you're still in town.
- 225. If you're not doing anything tomorrow,
how about getting acquainted with our car?
- 226. How long has it been?
Three days? Four?
- 227. Come on, you don't need me,
I'm nothing but a chauffeur.
- 228. There's $15,000 first-place
prize money tomorrow.
- 229. If that ain't more important
than some cheap, thrill-hungry dame...
- 230. - Knock it off, will you?
- Kid, I've been around.
- 231. I know a dame when I see one.
The makeup, the fancy car...
- 232. Watch your mouth, will you?
What is it with guys like you?
- 233. "Race the car, rev it up.
Make it go faster, chauffeur.
- 234. Bust your neck, chauffeur.
Kill yourself, chauffeur."
- 235. Nobody owns me, Earl.
You know the trouble with a guy like you?
- 236. You don't care if I live or die,
as long as I win the race.
- 237. And she does?
- 238. That's right.
I'm important to that lady...
- 239. OK, she's special.
But everything we got is in that car.
- 240. - Oh, come on, Johnny. Where are you goin'?
- To the moon.
- 241. Would it annoy you if I ask you
to get back before dawn?
- 242. I always get back before dawn!
- 243. Pop, you get a good night's sleep.
Tomorrow's gonna be a tough day on you.
- 244. I'm sorry, Earl.
- 245. ? Too little time
- 246. ? We have too little
- 247. ? Time
- 248. ? The moments fly
- 249. ? When I'm
- 250. ? With you
- 251. ? No time for us
- 252. ? To love and laugh enough
- 253. ? Summer, winter, fall and spring... ?
- 254. - White flag?
- 255. ? Aren't half enough?
- 256. Oh, I want to talk peace.
- 257. What are your terms?
- 258. Cease fire. Put the guns away.
- 259. No. It's too indefinite.
- 260. You have a better idea?
- 261. Mm-hmm.
- 262. Unconditional surrender.
- 263. ? Eternally
- 264. ? A lifetime through
- 265. ? Spent with you
- 266. ? Will be
- 267. ? Too little time
- 268. ? For me?
- 269. I don't believe you.
- 270. - Something I said?
- Mm-hmm. Something you are.
- 271. Do you like it?
- 272. Well, I'm giving it
- 273. Well, take your time.
Don't rush into anything.
- 274. - You're too much.
- So are you.
- 275. You're east, west,
- 276. south...
- 277. and my North.
- 278. That's the trouble.
I'm Johnny North... in a pad like this.
- 279. Oh, what difference
does a place make?
- 280. Plenty. I'm a mechanic.
- 281. You're a nut.
That's what you are.
- 282. I'm a mechanic. I've got good reflexes,
so... they let me drive.
- 283. I love your reflexes.
- 284. No, I mean it now.
I got grease under my fingernails,
- 285. I got calluses on my rump...
- 286. and I got a wallet that
wouldn't make a down payment.
- 287. Nobody's asking you to.
- 288. You're a nut.
We're both nuts.
- 289. Say I win the race. I still end up
with less money than a plumber.
- 290. Are you kidding?
You should do so good.
- 291. What's the sales tax on this place?
- 292. Forget it.
It's none of your business.
- 293. Isn't it?
- 294. Will you stop talking about it?
- 295. Where is the money coming from?
- 296. Say I inherited it. Or maybe
I'm a member of the jet set.
- 297. Do you think I give a damn
about all this?
- 298. I've lived in a walk-up.
- 299. How do you feel about me?
- 300. You don't know?
- 301. I want to hear it.
- 302. I love you. I love you.
- 303. 'Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen,
- 304. 'and welcome to the first running of the
Western Grand Prix for sports cars.
- 305. 'This promises to be a very exciting race.
We have a tremendous crowd.
- 306. 'Over 100,000 people
out here with us today.
- 307. 'The cars are now on
their final laps of practice.
- 308. 'Tremendous action in the pits,
- 309. 'and we're very fortunate
the weather is good for us.
- 310. 'We've got a good sunny day
and very, very minute winds.
- 311. 'We should have some good action,
- 312. 'because the winds certainly
can hamper the cars...
- 313. 'if they're blowing
at 20 or 30 miles an hour.
- 314. 'People just jammed
all over this raceway.
- 315. 'Still a few cars left
on their final practice laps.
- 316. 'And we certainly know that this
will present some of the finest drivers
- 317. 'from all over the world,
driving equally capable machinery.
- 318. 'We've got Cobras,
- 319. 'Coopers, Lotuses.
- 320. 'Some of the finest cars.'
- 321. Great. Maybe you can catch
a few winks during the race.
- 322. I never felt better.
- 323. In the last four days, what have you had,
seven hours sleep?
- 324. Pop, you worry too much.
- 325. Who's worrying?
I drop 15 grand every day or so.
- 326. - You know why we're gonna win this one?
- Outside of the car, clue me.
- 327. Because my share of $15,000
is just exactly enough to get married on.
- 328. 'It is virtually impossible
to make a pass as these cars...'
- 329. Hi.
- 330. Where's your tool kit and your oil can?
- 331. - You do dig racing, don't you?
- 332. No. Just racers and winners.
From a devoted fan.
- 333. "Johnny, the winner."
It's a little early, isn't it?
- 334. To be honest, I wasn't thinking
about the race when I had it engraved.
- 335. Never mind saying thank you.
Just kiss me, you fool.
- 336. '... down to the finish line,
which would complete the first lap.
- 337. 'And then it just goes on and on,
and if you're not on your toes...'
- 338. - You find her?
- 339. I figured she'd be here.
- 340. Naturally.
- 341. - Over in the pits.
- Let's go.
- 342. In the pits with the drivers?
- 343. There's more action there.
- 344. - Take a look at that.
- It's very nice. Come on, Johnny.
- 345. - You know my partner, Joe Gloom?
- Good luck, Johnny.
- 346. You'd better believe it.
- 347. - How's the air pressure?
- 35 in the rear. Front, 42.
- 348. 'We'll be off and running here
in a matter of minutes.'
- 349. Miss Farr, he's up against 30
of the hottest drivers in the business,
- 350. and every one of them is gonna be
in better shape than he is, thanks to you.
- 351. Well, thank you, Mr Sylvester,
but he's a big boy now,
- 352. and I like him...
- 353. very much.
- 354. 'They're bringing the cars
up to the starting grid now.
- 355. 'All these drivers are getting
their cars onto the starting grid.
- 356. 'We'll be off and racing momentarily.
- 357. 'All the pit crew and well-wishers are
down there checking their final checkout...
- 358. 'the safety of the cars and so on...
- 359. 'and we certainly have
a crowded raceway this weekend.
- 360. 'Tremendous group of people,
the weather's fine,
- 361. 'and the starter looks like
he's ready to start the race.
- 362. 'We'd like to clear the grid,
and momentarily, we're off and running.
- 363. 'Just a few seconds...
And there they go.'
- 364. 'Jumping into the lead
is car number 98, John North,
- 365. 'in the Sylvester Cobra, as the rest
of these cars get through turn one.
- 366. 'Through the S's they come.
- 367. 'Going off the course, Ken Sweet
taking evasive action, gets off and on.
- 368. 'I don't know how he did it,
but it was beautifully done.
- 369. 'Car number 75,
Sweet, back and running.
- 370. 'All the cars now up on top of the hill.
- 371. 'Negotiating turn six...'
- 372. For a man who's out of shape,
he seems to be doing all right.
- 373. - Easy, boy, easy.
- 374. 'Off the course at turn 7A,
and we're waiting to see now
- 375. 'if Hammond can get back
and running in that yellow Cobra.
- 376. 'There he goes. Now back
and running, car number 96.
- 377. 'Still in command, North,
in car number 98...'
- 378. You tell that boy of yours
to ease off, Sylvester.
- 379. - This is no jalopy derby.
- It won't happen again, sir.
- 380. - It better not.
- No, sir.
- 381. 'Now he's back in traffic.
- 382. 'He must have lost it
just a little in turn nine.
- 383. 'Now back in command.
North once again in command...
- 384. 'in the Sylvester Cobra,
number 98, running very nicely,
- 385. 'as are the rest
of these cars here today.
- 386. 'Perfect weather,
perfect course conditions.
- 387. 'Heat just right. Not too much heat,
not too little heat.
- 388. 'Let's see how they do as they negotiate
up through the S's once again.
- 389. 'This is the part of the course
that is really dangerous.
- 390. 'Trying to negotiate a pass
as they go through the S's...
- 391. 'is almost a physical impossibility.'
- 392. Miss me, Sheila?
- 393. You're not allowed back here.
I'm watching the race.
- 394. Is it North?
He looks pretty good out there.
- 395. Leave me alone, Jack.
- 396. - You're not allowed back here.
- Sure we are.
- 397. It's all right, Earl.
This is Jack Browning and Mickey Farmer.
- 398. They're, er...
They're old friends.
- 399. I still don't want anybody
in the pit who ain't workin'.
- 400. Why don't you stand over by the fence?
You can see all right over there.
- 401. See you later.
- 402. 'Car number 98, the Sylvester Cobra.
- 403. 'Round turn nine he goes,
- 404. 'four-wheel drifting that car
as he comes around turn nine.
- 405. 'Beautiful, beautiful to see.
- 406. 'Now they come back
up through the S's once again.
- 407. 'Sylvester in number 98.
North in the Sylvester Cobra...
- 408. 'being pressed now by Hammond.
- 409. 'Hammond being pressed.
- 410. 'And North coming up to turn six
once again, very nicely.
- 411. 'Now he's in traffic.
He lost it just a little,
- 412. 'and now he's picking up his traffic
between turn six and turn seven.
- 413. 'He went very hard and fast
through those curvy S's.
- 414. 'Coming wide now.
North getting closer to the bales.
- 415. 'Wow, that looks
like a horse show there.
- 416. 'See if he gets back and running.
Now he starts to go. He's in gear.
- 417. 'He's got enough hay in that cockpit...
- 418. 'I've seen cars go into hay bales,
but not with that amount of hay.
- 419. 'He can't find the gearshift
for the hay.
- 420. 'Down the back chute for turn nine,
going very hard and fast.
- 421. 'Car seems to be vibrating.
He's got wheel trouble.
- 422. 'Right rear wheel is bent.
- 423. 'Could be from contact with the hay.
- 424. 'I think that this man
will go into the pit stop.
- 425. 'The car's starting to shimmy.
He's in the pack.
- 426. 'His hand goes up, signifying
that he is going into the pit area.'
- 427. - He's coming in.
- 'A very wise decision.
- 428. 'That wheel is shimmying
- 429. 'Let's see if they can pull it off,
change the wheel,
- 430. 'or maybe there's something else
that's bent or damaged.
- 431. 'You just never know.
- 432. 'The rest of the drivers are continuing
in the race at a very tremendous pace.
- 433. 'Get me a new right rear
and check the suspension.
- 434. 'Around the turns they go into seven.
- 435. 'All cars on the course.
Everything moving along very nicely.
- 436. 'They're working feverishly in the pits
to get that North car back and running.
- 437. 'Let's see what happens.
The rest of the cars now on turn nine.'
- 438. It's bad, Johnny. The lower "A" arm is
bent. The shock mountings are torn loose.
- 439. Bodywork's awful close.
It may rub, Johnny.
- 440. All right, baby your right rear,
watch it on the right-handers.
- 441. 'Summoned by his pit boss.
Now he goes.
- 442. 'Now he's back and running in number 98,
the Sylvester Cobra. He's a tiger.
- 443. 'John North back into the race.
He's got a lot of time to catch up with.
- 444. 'Smoke is still coming off
that right rear wheel.
- 445. 'Let's see if he can keep going.
He's in the pack now.
- 446. 'He's got Hammond behind him
in number 96.
- 447. 'Rogers in number 99.
They're going into the S's.
- 448. 'Let's see if he can make a move here
or whether he's going to hold his position.
- 449. 'I certainly hope
he stays where he is.
- 450. 'Tremendous contention.
Up through the S's they go.
- 451. 'The race progressing
with a tremendous pace.
- 452. 'North coming very close now.
He's pressing number 244.
- 453. 'Let's see if he can pass him.
Is he gonna pass him?'
- 454. - Johnny!
- 455. 'The car is in the air
and continues rolling six, seven times.
- 456. 'Oh, not that!
The car burst into flames.
- 457. 'We're watching to see
if the driver's OK.
- 458. 'North gets out of that car,
believe it or not,
- 459. 'staggering away from the car.'
- 460. - Johnny!
- Easy, Sheila. You can't help him.
- 461. 'It's good the wind was blowing,
blowing the flames away from him.
- 462. 'He is dropping.
- 463. 'This is a race where we should expect
an accident of this magnitude.
- 464. 'Emergency vehicles
are being dispatched.
- 465. 'The ambulance is right here,
- 466. 'and they are getting to North
just as quickly as they can.
- 467. 'The car is a shambles.
Just looks like a bonfire.
- 468. 'They're moving North
onto the stretcher,
- 469. 'and they will take him
to the hospital.
- 470. 'We'll certainly get the word back
from the hospital as soon as we can
- 471. 'and let you spectators
know what his condition is.'
- 472. - Johnny, you all right?
- 'How he walked away from that car...
- 473. 'I can honestly tell you I don't know.
- 474. 'But he's on his way
to the hospital now,
- 475. 'and we'll certainly keep
you spectators posted.
- 476. - 'We have a tremendous race going.
- 477. 'It's a fantastic thing
that car is where it is.
- 478. 'It's just unbelievable.
I've never seen anything like it.
- 479. 'How he got out of that car is...'
- 480. - Ow!
- Anything you want, Johnny? It's me, Earl.
- 481. Ugh... Oh, how long
have I been here?
- 482. I don't know exactly.
A couple of days, maybe.
- 483. How are you feeling?
- 484. About medium rare.
- 485. I would say you're lookin' good,
but I can't see you.
- 486. I'm having the same trouble.
- 487. I... I talked to the docs.
Everything's knittin' fine.
- 488. What about the eyes?
- 489. The eyes?
Didn't they tell you anything?
- 490. No.
- 491. Your eyes are OK.
- 492. Thanks, Doc, but my left eye hurts.
How bad is it?
- 493. They gave me some double-talk
about peripheral vision, depth perception.
- 494. You know, the insurance jazz.
- 495. Bad enough to cause me trouble?
- 496. Could be. So what?
- 497. So you just don't drive in competition.
- 498. - I'm a driver.
- I know, Johnny. The best.
- 499. I used to be too,
- 500. till I tried to shove my foot
through an engine block when I piled up.
- 501. It happens to most of us, Johnny.
- 502. You knew that when you got started.
- 503. One thing you gotta remember.:
Half the shop is yours.
- 504. We're gonna build the hottest irons
in the world. Between the two of us...
- 505. Between the t wo of us.
- 506. Has she been here, Earl?
- 507. You're sure a glutton
for punishment, aren't you?
- 508. - Have you seen her?
- I've seen her.
- 509. I figured I would've heard from her.
- 510. Some people,
they just can't stand hospitals.
- 511. You know that?
- 512. I'll tell you what I know,
- 513. and you might as well
know it too, right now.
- 514. She don't belong to you, Johnny.
She never did.
- 515. There's a guy named Jack Browning.
- 516. What kind of a guy?
- 517. A guy that's got it made.
Pays all the bills.
- 518. He just snaps his fingers
and she comes running.
- 519. - You're a liar! You're a liar, Earl!
- Take it easy.
- 520. Johnny, I checked it out.
I talked to him.
- 521. In Mexico, it was a bullfighter.
In New York, a boxer.
- 522. In California,
a racer named Johnny North.
- 523. But she always goes back to him.
- 524. You just gotta get it
through your head, kid.
- 525. You were for kicks. That's all.
- 526. I'm sorry, Johnny.
- 527. - Maybe I'm different.
- All right, Sheila liked you.
- 528. How well is she gonna like you
when she sees you
- 529. with a pound of grease in your hair
workin' on somebody else's car?
- 530. - Get outta here, Earl.
- Johnny, it ain't the end of the world.
- 531. Earl, get outta here, will you?
- 532. Hi, Johnny.
- 533. You know, they wouldn't
let me in to see you.
- 534. Yeah, sure, sure.
- 535. What are you wearing today?
Mink? Beaver, maybe?
- 536. Hey, what's the matter?
- 537. Just take a good look.
This is what a loser looks like.
- 538. I don't care what you look like.
- 539. You don't, huh?
- 540. You want the other guy to sign the cheques.
You keep me around for kicks.
- 541. Maybe I could be your chauffeur.
- 542. You know what they say about fancy dames
and their chauffeurs, don't you?
- 543. Johnny, I know how you must feel.
- 544. I feel great. I feel smart.
- 545. I had to get my eyes boiled
before I could see. I'm not a toy!
- 546. I don't wanna be
just something to do...
- 547. until something better comes along.
- 548. What has he been telling you?
- 549. Who? Earl?
Earl never tells me anything,
- 550. except about boxers and bullfighters.
- 551. Maybe next time
it'll be a football player.
- 552. This Browning of yours must be
a very understanding man.
- 553. Johnny, I never lied to you.
- 554. What difference does it make
whether you lied to me or you didn't?
- 555. As long as Old Faithful
is there with his cheque book.
- 556. As long as you could get your kicks.
- 557. What do you think I am?
- 558. You don't know?
Then ask Browning.
- 559. He oughta know.
He's paying for it.
- 560. Oh, man.
- 561. I never saw him again.
- 562. I heard things.
- 563. He never had a prayer
passin' his physicals.
- 564. So he bootlegged a couple of races
under another name,
- 565. and they caught him.
- 566. I heard he worked the pits
and cheap county fairs.
- 567. Then I didn't hear anything...
- 568. Is that all?
- 569. You said Johnny was dead.
How'd he die?
- 570. Johnny North choked to death
on one question... too many.
- 571. - You got to eat, Charlie.
- Thank you.
- 572. You know how many proteins
you oughta have every day?
- 573. Not starch. Proteins, I mean.
Do you know how many?
- 574. So we didn't find out anything.
We're in Florida here, aren't we?
- 575. Right here.
- 576. Well, maybe... maybe Pete'll call.
- 577. It's a long shot.
But I used to know Mickey Farmer.
- 578. No, I think we dead-ended, Lee.
Here, do you want my steak?
- 579. It's a fine steak.
- 580. Fine. We come 1,000 miles
for a fine steak.
- 581. - It's a fine steak.
- 582. Excuse me, Mr Strom.
I have a call for you.
- 583. All right. Hello?
- 584. Yeah. Yeah, Pete.
- 585. Yeah, that's the one.
- 586. Oh, good. Good.
- 587. No, no. I just thought
it was the same Farmer.
- 588. OK, buddy boy. Thanks.
- 589. Mickey's running a gymnasium
up in New Orleans.
- 590. Charlie, if he was in
on a million-dollar job,
- 591. he might give us some trouble, you know.
- 592. He knows me.
I had to lean on him once.
- 593. You know 'em all, don't you?
- 594. You never know 'em all.
- 595. Hey, I bet you'd eat everything
in the place. Give me my steak back.
- 596. Charlie, there's only a slim chance North
could tie in with him. You know that.
- 597. - Slim chance or no, we're gonna find out.
- For a million bucks.
- 598. No, it's not only the money.
- 599. Maybe we got that
and maybe we don't.
- 600. But I gotta find out
what makes a man decide not to run.
- 601. Why all of a sudden he'd rather die.
- 602. Inhale down.
- 603. Exhale.
- 604. Inhale.
- 605. Exhale.
- 606. Inhale.
- 607. Exhale.
- 608. Now do that for about ten counts.
- 609. Boy, you sure don't need that.
- 610. Well, gentlemen, thinking
of getting yourself in shape?
- 611. You certainly came
to the right place.
- 612. Now, take you, sir.
You look a little anaemic.
- 613. A couple of months of regular exercise...
- 614. and you'll be in great condition.
- 615. - You talk a lot, don't you?
- Mickey Farmer.
- 616. Oh, excuse me, gentlemen,
but this is a hustling business.
- 617. Mr Farmer's in there, taking a steam.
- 618. A couple of gentlemen
to see you, Mr Farmer.
- 619. What's the matter?
They can't wait?
- 620. - All right, muscles, back to work.
- Hello, Mickey.
- 621. - What d'ya say, Charlie? Long time no see.
- 622. - I'm just gettin' outta here in...
- Sit right there.
- 623. Just relax. We wanna talk to you.
- 624. - Is this the control for that thing?
- Yeah. Why?
- 625. We ran over an old friend of yours.
- 626. North? Friend of mine?
- 627. Johnny North. He used to drive.
- 628. Oh, yeah, yeah. That North.
I seem to remember him now.
- 629. - I think I met him once.
- That's funny.
- 630. We heard he got away with a big bundle,
- 631. and we thought maybe some of it
belonged to you.
- 632. - Did you find it?
- Did you lose it?
- 633. We wanna know all about the big job.
- 634. If you don't wanna lose
a lot of weight in a hurry, you better...
- 635. Fellas, hey.
Come on, huh? Please?
- 636. Please.
- 637. - Please!
- You were in on the big job.
- 638. Who else?
- 639. Well, there was... There was me
and there was... Jack Browning and...
- 640. George Flemming and...
- 641. - How'd North figure?
- Hey, look.
- 642. I worked hard on that job, you know.
If I tell you everything...
- 643. Mickey, you will tell us everything.
- 644. Well, Jack... Jack's dame
wanted him to take her to the...
- 645. to the track, you know, where these old
heaps just bat each other around.
- 646. 'Baker's in front with
number 32, Farnsworth, running second.
- 647. 'Hanson is third. And coming up fast
on the outside it's the preacher!
- 648. 'The preacher is hotter than
a baker's oven, comin' in real hot.
- 649. 'Now into the turn... the first turn...
the preacher goes high and wide.
- 650. 'Hold on and... Whoa, Nellie!
- 651. 'Up to the wall and off,
and the preacher's still in fourth place.
- 652. 'Baker again in the chute.
Driving hard on the outside is Farnsworth.
- 653. 'Coming into that wing,
movin' in there tight.
- 654. 'Pulling in there again,
the preacher comes on.
- 655. 'And it's Baker coming down.
Baker is signalling...'
- 656. I should've stayed
in the hotel and slept.
- 657. Fresh air'll do ya good, Mickey.
You look a little peaked.
- 658. - I'll be right back.
- That'll be nice.
- 659. You know, Jack, I know
you got a real thing about her,
- 660. but there ain't a dame alive
that can drag me to a mess like this.
- 661. - She likes races.
- So do I!
- 662. But, I mean, horses. A daily double.
- 663. Mickey, you should learn to enjoy
the simple things in life.
- 664. There are two kinds of kooks -
- 665. the ones that race these wrecks
and the ones that watch 'em.
- 666. 'Take those cars off the
track. Let's get ready for the next event.
- 667. 'Come on. Let's get it on the road
down there, you stewards.
- 668. 'Get busy. You boys in the pits,
warm those cars up. Get 'em outta there.'
- 669. - 'All right. Come on, now.
- 670. 'Line up. Remember,
once you get in there, stop your engines.
- 671. 'Ladies and gentlemen, give
these drivers a round of applause.'
- 672. Hello, Johnny.
- 673. You could say hello.
- 674. Are you surprised to see me?
- 675. I didn't think you'd enjoy
this sort of thing.
- 676. I don't, but I heard you were here.
- 677. Johnny, you're too good
for this... this show.
- 678. Then get away from me
and you won't see me.
- 679. How's your friend Browning?
- 680. He's a friend.
- 681. 'The Disaster Derby.'
- 682. That's me.
- 683. Is there some place
I can get in touch with you?
- 684. Slim's Garage down the road
knows where I'll be.
- 685. There's something coming up.
May be a spot for a good driver.
- 686. Oh...
I'm always interested in a good job.
- 687. - Then I'll call you.
- 688. Better luck this time.
- 689. Here comes George.
- 690. OK, start timing.
- 691. He sees the sign.
- 692. Waits.
- 693. Backs up.
- 694. Now he turns into this road.
- 695. Let him get outta sight.
Give him five seconds.
- 696. Then Mickey and I jump out,
grab the detour sign, cut this road off.
- 697. That'll take maybe a minute, all told.
The mail truck takes three minutes
- 698. to get to where George
and the other car will be.
- 699. That means we've gotta
get back there in close to two.
- 700. That's a tough road
to make in two minutes.
- 701. - I think I can handle it.
- Then you better get started.
- 702. What's the matter with you, George?
I told you to keep it at 25 all the way.
- 703. - That's where I kept it.
- Hey, Jack.
- 704. If we can't catch up with that truck
and pass him by the time he gets this far,
- 705. we're in real trouble.
- 706. - What was my time?
- Just a whole minute behind schedule.
- 707. You've got to face it, Jack. You're not
driver enough. What we need is a pro.
- 708. Anyone in mind?
- 709. - Johnny North, for instance?
- He could do it.
- 710. What's more, he could hop the car up and
easily pass the truck before we get here.
- 711. She's got a good point there, Jack.
- 712. Are you sure you're just thinking
of the success of the job?
- 713. That's all I'm thinking about.
- 714. Talk to him.
- 715. If you can get him in with his eyes open
and his mouth shut, I'll meet with him.
- 716. Yeah?
- 717. Hi.
- 718. Oh.
- 719. Is that all I get after all the trouble
I had running you down?
- 720. If I knew you were coming,
I would've set fire to the place.
- 721. Why didn't you return my calls?
- 722. - Oh. Did you call?
- You know I did. Five times.
- 723. And don't tell me you didn't get
my messages. I know better.
- 724. I'm glad to see you.
- 725. I'm sorry you came.
- 726. I've missed you.
- 727. - What do you want?
- A guy.
- 728. The same guy I wanted
the first time I saw you.
- 729. That guy is dead.
- 730. That guy was so in love with you
he couldn't see straight.
- 731. You're somebody else's girl now,
or didn't he tell you that?
- 732. You didn't tell me. All right, so I like
nice things, expensive things.
- 733. - Doesn't everybody? I can do without.
- Yeah, sure, sure you can.
- 734. I'm doing without you,
and I don't like it.
- 735. Johnny, am I worth anything?
- 736. I always thought I was
when I was with you.
- 737. You said you had a job for me.
- 738. As far as you're concerned,
that's all I'm interested in.
- 739. Strictly business?
- 740. That's right. Strictly business.
- 741. Would you drive? It's dangerous.
- 742. Now I don't understand that.
- 743. Would $100,000
make you understand?
- 744. - What are you mixed up in?
- I'm mixed up in you.
- 745. Drive one more time.
One more race.
- 746. If you win, you win $100,000.
- 747. Who do I race?
- 748. The police.
- 749. Some people I know need
the best driver in the world.
- 750. Johnny,
- 751. don't send me away.
- 752. I want you to mean this.
- 753. I've always meant it.
- 754. I want you.
- 755. I'll fill you in on all the details
if you can handle this job.
- 756. Until I'm sure,
you don't get word one.
- 757. - That way, nobody gets hurt.
- Suits me.
- 758. The actual truck keeps
a 25-mile speed all the time.
- 759. I don't know whether
it can keep it up on this side road.
- 760. Truck'll corner better
than most passenger cars.
- 761. I'll tell you when to go.
We wait a few seconds.
- 762. - Why?
- Don't ask questions.
- 763. If you're as hot a driver
as Sheila says you are,
- 764. you'll find out soon enough.
- 765. - OK, Flash, show me what you can do.
- 766. A minute and 32 seconds.
- 767. All right. If you want in, you're in.
But you're in all the way, understand?
- 768. You can push a car, I'll say that.
- 769. She handles like a barge.
- 770. Let me nail down the shocks,
work the box over,
- 771. and I'll cut another
15 seconds off the time.
- 772. You can start right away.
I'll fill you in tonight.
- 773. Here comes George.
- 774. - Think he knows what he's doin' there?
- He'd better.
- 775. Come on, you...
- 776. - Hi.
- Where's Jack?
- 777. My, Mickey, aren't you the worrier?
- 778. What d'you say, old pal, old buddy?
- 779. Hi.
- 780. - How's it coming?
- We'll win the race.
- 781. I believe it.
- 782. You look great.
- 783. You look familiar.
- 784. Johnny.
- 785. Can I see you for a minute?
- 786. Now, take it easy, Johnny.
- 787. Jack's funny about things he owns.
- 788. - So am I.
- Just a word to the wise, kid.
- 789. - You know what I mean?
- Yeah, sure. I know what you mean. Sure.
- 790. All right, we'll go over it
one more time.
- 791. Are you sure you can concentrate
on dry business details, Mr North?
- 792. Oh, we've gone over this before.
- 793. And we'll go over it again... and again.
- 794. North and I wait here
in the car in uniform.
- 795. At 10:43, we place
the detour signs here.
- 796. The mail truck'll be along at 10:45,
give or take a minute.
- 797. As soon as it's outta sight,
we move the signs from here to here,
- 798. cutting off the country road.
- 799. Er, at exactly 10:46,
George and me fake an accident here.
- 800. When we get there,
we block the northbound lane
- 801. so the mail truck can't pass.
- 802. They see an accident, the police car,
they stop and we grab them.
- 803. - What happens to the drivers?
- I approve of larceny.
- 804. Homicide is against my principles.
Keep that in mind, Mickey.
- 805. We'll wrap 'em up
safe and sound, Jack. Don't worry.
- 806. Just be sure.
- 807. We transfer the registered sacks
to my car. North and I take off.
- 808. How do we know
how much money'll be in the truck?
- 809. We don't, exactly.
- 810. The truck picks up the weekend receipts
from the resorts up the coast.
- 811. It averages over a million. The whole job
shouldn't take more than two minutes.
- 812. Then we drive the truck
and the drivers into the woods...
- 813. and get rid of all the fingerprints.
- 814. Then we meet at Curley's
in Ridgeview on Friday.
- 815. OK. How's your end of it going?
- 816. Fine, fine.
She'll do what I want her to.
- 817. I'm talking about the car.
- 818. So what? What's the point?
- 819. I like what you're doing with the car.
Just stick with that.
- 820. You get back to the hotel
and stay there.
- 821. - I like it here.
- Go on. Get moving.
- 822. I said... I like it here.
- 823. Well, I can change that in a hurry.
- 824. You touch her again, I'll kill ya!
- 825. After the job,
we'll settle this, North.
- 826. Let's settle it now!
- 827. - OK.
- Let him go.
- 828. I know we agreed not to meet again
after we make the split.
- 829. I'm willing to make
an exception in your case.
- 830. Sheila, my car is outside.
- 831. I'll see you later, Johnny.
- 832. - I meant what I said.
- You worry about the car.
- 833. - Hey, what's up?
- Beats me, buddy. Some kinda roadwork.
- 834. Oh, boy. That's just great.
I got a schedule to keep in Evansburg.
- 835. It won't take you
much longer on a detour.
- 836. But I'm late already.
Look, Officer, a lot depends on this.
- 837. Well, I tell ya what.
We just put the signs up.
- 838. They probably haven't started yet.
Let him through, Eddie.
- 839. But keep movin', or you may have
to sleep in there somewhere tonight.
- 840. Don't worry, Officer.
Thanks a lot.
- 841. Here he comes. Right on schedule.
- 842. I'll do all the talkin'.
- 843. What is it this time?
- 844. Who knows? They're always
tearin' up something.
- 845. Look, you can hit the state highway
seven miles through there.
- 846. Turn right, it'll take you
right back into this one.
- 847. We've gone that way before.
It's a lousy road.
- 848. - How long will this be closed?
- Couple of weeks, I hear.
- 849. Swell. Thanks, Officer.
- 850. Hey! Just hold on a minute.
- 851. Get 'em outta the way!
You're holdin' up the U.S. Mail!
- 852. - Keep your mouth shut.
- Put your hands up!
- 853. - Turn off the red light.
- 854. - Clean as a whistle.
- 855. - You did all right.
- 856. - Pretty good pay for half an hour's work.
- Open that door.
- 857. Go ahead! I said open that door!
- 858. - And that's the truth. I swear it.
- How do you know it's the truth?
- 859. You weren't even there
when North took off.
- 860. George and me picked Browning up
maybe five minutes later.
- 861. Man, he was all ripped up.
- 862. Where's Browning now?
- 863. Browning? I don't know. California
someplace, I think. I don't know.
- 864. After the caper blew,
we all kinda broke up.
- 865. How about George?
- 866. He's dead. He got shot
in a liquor store job.
- 867. How 'bout that?
We had our hands on over a million,
- 868. he gets knocked off pickin' up
a few bucks to eat on.
- 869. Mickey, if I were you,
I'd forget that this ever happened.
- 870. I'd forget that we were here.
I'd forget everything.
- 871. You have a very nice place here,
so why don't you live to enjoy it?
- 872. Yeah, but if you're
on to something...
- 873. Mickey.
- 874. OK, Charlie.
I forgot all about it.
- 875. Then there's no sweat, Mickey.
- 876. No sweat...
- 877. No sweat.
- 878. Yes?
- 879. 'A Mr Strom and another
gentleman to see you, sir.'
- 880. Mr Strom? I don't know
any Mr Strom. What's it about?
- 881. 'Tell him that we're friends
of a Mr John North.'
- 882. 'They say they're friends
of Mr John North.'
- 883. It's all right, Miss Leslie.
Close the door.
- 884. Very nice, Mr Browning.
Very nice, indeed.
- 885. I always like to see
a man get ahead in this world.
- 886. If you have business with me...
- 887. (Lee)
Yeah, we've got business with you.
- 888. Johnny North lives very modestly, erm,
- 889. for a man of his means.
- 890. - Johnny North?
- Lee, I think he's catching on.
- 891. Um-hmm.
- 892. We hit Johnny North last week.
- 893. Then we had a long talk
with Mickey Farmer.
- 894. George Flemming is dead.
- 895. You know who that leaves?
- 896. You and the dame.
And a missing million bucks.
- 897. - Oh, and, er, me and my partner.
- 898. "Browning Development Corporation."
- 899. You've come a long way...
- 900. from being an ex-mail robber.
- 901. I'm makin' out.
- 902. But I've done it the hard way.
Would you like to take a look at my books?
- 903. Which set?
- 904. We don't read well.
- 905. You said you hit North.
Was it a contract?
- 906. That's right.
- 907. Why? Who bought it?
- 908. We figure you did, Jack.
- 909. Are you crazy?
- 910. Sure, I wanted North.
- 911. He double-crossed me
and made off with the whole bundle.
- 912. And maybe I would've killed him
if I could've laid my hands on him.
- 913. But first I'd have gotten
my money back.
- 914. Maybe.
- 915. Maybe not.
- 916. Where's the, erm, Sheila Farr dame?
- 917. You boys dug deep.
I don't know where she is.
- 918. You better find out, Jack.
- 919. Did you see her after the job?
- 920. Sure, I did. At Ridgeview.
- 921. Her and Mickey and George.
- 922. Only when she found out that...
- 923. Johnny'd gotten away with the money,
she blew up and took off.
- 924. - My, my.
- And you were the number one brain.
- 925. It didn't sound funny to you
that she throws you over...
- 926. right when she needs a meal ticket?
- 927. Johnny North runs off
with a million dollars.
- 928. He's got eyes for her, and from what
I hear, she's got eyes for him.
- 929. You must've landed on your head
when you got kicked out of that car, Jack.
- 930. Otherwise, you'd put
two and two together, you know.
- 931. - You think that cheap little...
- We don't think anything, Jack.
- 932. - Where is she?
- Now wait a minute, you...
- 933. You wait!
- 934. You wait... and you think.
- 935. The last I heard, she was stayin'
at some hotel here in town.
- 936. Have her call us here in four hours.
- 937. Four hours?
- 938. - She may not even be in town anymore.
- She'd better be.
- 939. Listen, you boys are leaning
on me pretty hard.
- 940. Jack, we've hit guys for a lot less
than a million. You know that.
- 941. Now, just tell her to do what we said.
- 942. - I'll do what I can.
- That's good. Oh, and by the way,
- 943. when you talk to her,
would you pass this on?
- 944. "You try to get cute with us...
- 945. "And don't try to run.
- 946. "Nobody can."
- 947. If I were you, I'd get hot.
- 948. You already lost a minute.
- 949. You think Browning was
giving us the straight goods?
- 950. That depends on whether
the phone rings or not.
- 951. I figure if we worry her enough to call,
that she's got somethin' to worry about.
- 952. Yeah, but what do you think?
I mean, what's your guess?
- 953. Will she call?
- 954. I would. But I'm not a dame.
- 955. Yeah.
- 956. Yeah.
- 957. Anyplace you say, lady.
- 958. Sure. Your hotel tonight at 9:00?
- 959. Fine. You're smart, lady.
We'll get along just fine.
- 960. What are ya...
What, are ya losin' your marbles?
- 961. You're asking for a setup.
- 962. I like to give 'em that feeling
- 963. She won't be expecting us
for another six hours.
- 964. Oh, Charlie.
- 965. Charlie.
- 966. - You're always on top, aren't you, Charlie?
- I'm still alive.
- 967. Gentlemen?
- 968. Do you have
a Miss Sheila Farr registered?
- 969. Er, yes, sir. She's in 725.
- 970. - Just checked in?
- A couple of hours ago.
- 971. Thank you.
- 972. - Who is it?
- 973. Just a minute.
- 974. - What do you want?
- He's Charlie. I'm Lee.
- 975. You weren't supposed
to come until 9:00.
- 976. That's right. We're early.
- 977. - Now see here...
- Shut up and sit down.
- 978. Charlie, Charlie!
Don't bruise her, Charlie.
- 979. She's got a lot of class.
- 980. All right.
You've proved you can be rude.
- 981. - Now what do you want?
- The money.
- 982. I don't know what you're talking about.
- 983. Nobody ever knows
what we're talking about, Charlie.
- 984. A man stood still
while we burned him...
- 985. and I'd like to know why.
- 986. Now I figure if you phoned us
after talking to Browning,
- 987. then maybe you had some answers.
- 988. And also, you might know
where the money is,
- 989. since nobody else seems to.
- 990. Jack must have told you
what happened to the money.
- 991. Yeah. Browning says that, er,
you have it.
- 992. I'll tell you what.
I'll make a deal with you.
- 993. You throw the bundle to us,
- 994. and we'll make sure Mr Browning never
disturbs you again. Fair enough?
- 995. I tell you, I don't have the money.
- 996. What did you say?
Where is it?
- 997. Can't you get it through your heads?
Johnny North took it.
- 998. He slugged Jack and got away clean.
- 999. - You mean he struck him?
- He certainly told you about it.
- 1000. Well... Struck him, eh?
- 1001. I wonder. I...
- 1002. - Kinda...
- Oh! Oh!
- 1003. - I don't like your story, lady.
- 1004. - Would you tell me another one, please?
- I tell you, it's true.
- 1005. That's exactly what happened.
- 1006. If... Johnny didn't have
the money, then it's lost.
- 1007. Nobody ever loses a million dollars.
- 1008. Throw her out.
- 1009. That's a long way down, Charlie.
- 1010. Maybe she can remember
the truth on the way.
- 1011. Shut up, lady!
Shut up! Shut up! Shut up sweet!
- 1012. I wanna set you straight, because
you got it all wrong. This is no game.
- 1013. Now I want the truth, or so help you God,
you're goin' out that window express.
- 1014. Do you understand that?
- 1015. The night before the robbery,
I went to Johnny's room.
- 1016. - What's the matter?
- Jack'd kill me if he knew I were here.
- 1017. After the hold-up,
they're planning to cut you out.
- 1018. It was Jack's idea, but Mickey
and George went along with him.
- 1019. What are you doing?
- 1020. I'm gonna get to them
before they get to me.
- 1021. No, Johnny. Listen, they'll just...
They'll kill you!
- 1022. What do you want me to do?
Stand there and take it?
- 1023. Wait a minute!
Now just wait a second. Come here.
- 1024. I was thinking on the way over.
- 1025. The way he's got it planned,
- 1026. there'll be just the two of you
in the getaway car.
- 1027. That's right. Just the two of us.
- 1028. And more than a million dollars.
- 1029. - It'll be dangerous.
- Living is dangerous.
- 1030. Promise me you won't kill him.
- 1031. I'm not a killer.
- 1032. I love you, Johnny.
- 1033. - So much.
- 1034. - Did it go all right?
- Did it go all right? Take a look.
- 1035. Johnny.
- 1036. Oh, Johnny!
- 1037. Johnny! Johnny!
- 1038. We did it.
- 1039. - Have you got the clothes?
- In the car.
- 1040. Where do we go from here?
- 1041. And by tomorrow night,
we'll reach that motel I told you about.
- 1042. And nobody'll find us. Nobody.
- 1043. From now on, kid,
I take orders strictly from you.
- 1044. Oh, man. Let's go.
- 1045. Thank you, baby.
- 1046. Mickey and George
are gonna be lookin' for you.
- 1047. - Get it over with, Jack.
- 1048. Well, we can't waste any more time.
- 1049. - We got the money. Let's get outta here.
- What about him?
- 1050. He'll find a hole someplace.
I'll put some people on him.
- 1051. - They'll catch up with him sooner or later.
- What if we botch it up again?
- 1052. It won't be botched this time.
- 1053. Come on, baby. Let's go.
- 1054. At least you're all right.
- 1055. Jack finally ran him down
where he was working and...
- 1056. and then he hired you.
- 1057. Thank you, lady.
It, er, doesn't bother me anymore.
- 1058. What doesn't?
- 1059. Why he just stood there when we...
- 1060. You see, the only man
that's not afraid to die...
- 1061. is the man that's dead already.
- 1062. And you killed him four years ago.
You didn't need us.
- 1063. Charlie, offhand, I would say
Browning tried to cross us.
- 1064. - Yeah, it looks that way.
- We gotta do something about that.
- 1065. That's right,
we have to take care of that.
- 1066. Lady, would you get dressed?
- 1067. Where are we going?
- 1068. We're gonna visit Jack Browning.
- 1069. What's your name these days,
by the way? Mrs Browning?
- 1070. - Yes.
- I thought so.
- 1071. Now get in there and change, eh?
- 1072. - Sheila?
- I'll be right there.
- 1073. Bring my briefcase!
- 1074. - Did you get them?
- I got one. I'm not sure about the other.
- 1075. I was never so scared in my life.
They almost killed me.
- 1076. I'm sorry,
but it's all right now, baby.
- 1077. Come on. We've got to hurry.
- 1078. Don't bother.
- 1079. Oh, God.
- 1080. I... I told you you couldn't run.
- 1081. Please.
- 1082. I... I didn't want to.
He made me do it.
- 1083. I couldn't help myself.
- 1084. Please.
- 1085. I... didn't want to have
anything to do with it.
- 1086. I... I had no choice.
- 1087. Lady, I don't have the time.
- 1088. No. No.