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No wife can endure a gambling husband; unless he is a steady winner.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There is in Hollywood, as in all cultures in which gambling is the central activity, a lowered sexual energy, an inability to devote more than token attention to the preoccupations of the society outside. The action is everything, more consuming than sex, more immediate than politics; more important always than the acquisition of money, which is never, for the gambler, the true point of the exercise.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There is no gambling like politics. Nothing in which the power of circumstance is more evident.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There are three roads to ruin; women, gambling and technicians. The most pleasant is with women, the quickest is with gambling, but the surest is with technicians.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Glenn: This is a great idea. I'm glad you came around. You want to do some gambling and have some fun right away, or you just want to get married?More [12/18/2005 12:12:00]
Al: A couple of guys, I owe them. So, that's what I did. I gave 'em the money. That's what I did.
Nicky Santoro: Yeah?
Al: Yeah.
Nicky Santoro: You call yourself a man? You know you're a lyin', low-life, motherfuckin' gambling degenerate prick? You know that's what you are? Two small kids at home. I gave you money to pay the fuckin' rent and buy groceries, put the heat on. You know your wife called Frankie and told him the fuckin' heat's off? Huh? And you didn't gamble that fuckin' money? You're gonna stand here and tell me that?
[Al shakes is head 'no']
Nicky Santoro: . No, no? You didn't?
Al: I didn't give 'em the m...
Nicky Santoro: Don't fuck with me, Al! Don't make a fuck out of me! You want to embarrass me and make a fool out of me? You didn't gamble? Tell me you gambled the fuckin' money, I'll give you the fuckin' money to put the fuckin' heat on! Did you gamble? Huh?
[Al bows is head 'yes' and nods in shame]
Nicky Santoro: Fuckin' degenerate, you
[Nicky takes some money from his coat pocket and starts counting out some bills]
Nicky Santoro: . Fuckin' kids at home! Here.
[Giving him the money]
Nicky Santoro: Get the fuck out of here.
Al: Thanks, Nick.
Nicky Santoro: Yeah, thanks.
[Al walks out]
Nicky Santoro: Let me find out you fucked up, I'll leave you wherever I find you.More [02/24/2007 12:02:00]
Graves: Are you a gambling man Mr. Bond?
James Bond: If the stakes are right.More [03/28/2007 12:03:00]
[Detectives Zino and Jackson showing pictures of Gavilan]
I.A. Detective Zino: That's Gavilan with Marty Wheeler, attorney for the music business, gambling industry. Sleazeball. You know him.
I.A. Detective Jackson: [hands another picture to Bennie] Here's Gavilan drinking on duty. We got photos, date, time stamped.
Lt. Bennie Macko: [turning bored] Yeah, okay, this is not criminal. I need criminal shit.
I.A. Detective Zino: Well, boss, this may not be criminal shit, but, um...
[Det. Jackson hands photos of Bennie ex-wife, Ruby; Bennie chuckles, then turns cross]
Lt. Bennie Macko: What is this?More [04/05/2007 12:04:00]
Lawrence Bourne III: I need to have a talk with you; sort of a little father-son chat.
Lawrence Bourne Jr: Have we ever done this before?
Lawrence Bourne III: No, we're breaking new wind. Dad, I need $28,000; it's the matter of a little gambling debt. I can assure you it will never happen again.
Lawrence Bourne Jr: Well, I must say it doesn't surprise me. You have been a constant disappointment to your mother and me ever since the day we brought you home from the orphanage.
Lawrence Bourne III: Stop it, Dad. You know I'm not adopted.
Lawrence Bourne Jr: [Puts his head in his hands] I know, but please; just allow me this little fantasy.More [06/05/2007 12:06:00]
Al Czervik: What're we, waiting for these guys? Hey Whitey, where's your hat?
Judge Smails: Do you mind, sir. I'm trying to tee off.
Al Czervik: I'll bet you a hundred bucks you slice it into the woods.
Judge Smails: Gambling is illegal at Bushwood sir, and I never slice.
[Swings club, slices ball into woods]
Judge Smails: *Damn*.
Al Czervik: OK, you can owe me.
Judge Smails: I owe you nothing.More [07/05/2007 12:07:00]
Lloyd: I'll bet you twenty dollars I can get you gambling before the day is out!
Harry: No!
Lloyd: I'll give you three to one odds.
Harry: No.
Lloyd: Five to one.
Harry: No.
Lloyd: Ten to one?
Harry: You're on!
Lloyd: I'm gonna get ya!
Harry: Nu uh!
Lloyd: I don't know how but I'm gonna get ya.More [08/12/2007 12:08:00]
Mitch: Oh, and Dr. Farthing. He got over his gambling problem, but the bookies beat him to death anyway. So, he's dead. That's it. Bye!More [09/13/2007 12:09:00]
Don Corleone: You're not too tired, are you, Tom?
Tom Hagen: No. I slept on the plane. I've got the Sollozzo notes right here. Sollozzo is known as the Turk. He's supposed to be very good with a knife but only in matters of business or of some sort of reasonable complaint. His business is narcotics. He has the fields in Turkey where they grow the poppy. He has the plant in Sicily to process it into heroin. He needs cash and he needs protection from the police for which he gives a piece of the action, I couldn't find out how much. The Tattalglia Family is behind him here in New York so they have to be in it for something.
Don Corleone: What about his prison record?
Tom Hagen: Two terms. One in Italy and one here. He's known as a top narcotics man.
Don Corleone: Santino, what do you think?
Sonny: There's a lot of money in that white powder.
Don Corleone: Tom?
Tom Hagen: Well, I say yes. There's more money potential in narcotics than anything else we're looking at. Now, if we don't get into it somebody else will. Maybe the Tattaglia Family maybe all of them and with the money they earn they'll be able to buy more police and political power. Right now we have the gambling and we have the unions and those are the best things to have. But narcotics is a thing on the future. If we don't get into it now we risk everything we have. Not now but ten years from now.
Sonny: Well, what's your answer gonna be, Pop?More [12/26/2007 12:12:00]
Jean-Pierre Sarti: I suppose what's wrong with me is my life. But I can't change it, or won't. So there's nothing you can do for me.
Louise Frederickson: What's wrong with your life?
Jean-Pierre Sarti: I've begun to see the absurdity of it. All of us, proving what? That we can go faster, and perhaps remain alive? Nino gambling his life for a trophy, then fills it with beer, and does tricks. Stoddard filling himself with drugs in order to drive, and still passing out with the pain. Don't you see how absurd it all is? Who cares?
Louise Frederickson: I thought you cared, for yourselves. I didn't know you asked of anyone else. Nevertheless, others do care. 100,000 of them cared today.
Jean-Pierre Sarti: And did you see them rush to see Peter burn? Did you see the looks on their faces? *I* saw. For the first time today I *really* saw those faces.
Louise Frederickson: But not all of them, Jean-Pierre. There are some who come for that, for the accidents and the fires. But the others... the others ride with you all. You put something in their lives they can't put there themselves.More [01/07/2008 12:01:00]
Clive (Jessica): I'll make you a deal. You just let me make another 500 bucks tonight, OK. Then, I'll give you your body back because it soooo important to you.
[mockingly]
Clive (Jessica): Waa waa I'm crying about my body... And then, you can just loan it to me every other weekend so I can pay off some gambling debts.More [03/28/2008 12:03:00]
Caiaphas: Fools! You have no perception! The stakes we are gambling are terribly high. We must crush him completely! So like John before him, this Jesus must die!More [05/05/2008 12:05:00]
Chaucer: Look, I have a gambling problem. I can't help myself. And these people will - quite literally - take off clothes of your back.
William: What are you expecting us to do about it?
Peter The Pardoner of Rouen: He assured us that you, his liege, would pay us.
William: And who are you?
Peter The Pardoner of Rouen: Peter, a humble pardoner and purveyor of religious relics.
William: How much does he owe you?
Simon The Summoner of Rouen: Ten gold florins.
William: What would you do to him, if I was to refuse?
Simon The Summoner of Rouen: We, on behalf of the Lord God, would take him of his flesh, so that he may understand that gambling is a sin.More [06/18/2008 12:06:00]
Jimmy Dix: Man, you couldn't protect a cup of warm piss.
[throws ice at Joe]
Joe Hallenbeck: Why don't you just go ahead and hit me?
Jimmy Dix: Excuse me?
Joe Hallenbeck: Come on, chicken shit. Bust me in the chops. You don't think an old guy like me could hurt ya, do ya Jimmy?
Jimmy Dix: So now you know my name?
Joe Hallenbeck: James Alexander Dix. Quarterback for the L.A. Stallions, '89-'90. Banned from the league on gambling charges, allegations of drug abuse. Another tragic tale of wasted youth.
Jimmy Dix: [stands up from his chair] Now you're starting to piss me off.
Joe Hallenbeck: It's about fuckin' time. I'm Joe Hallenbeck.
Joe Hallenbeck: [Joe reaches out his hand, Jimmy slaps it] I'm a private detective.
Jimmy Dix: You're like a fuckin' lowlife to me.
Joe Hallenbeck: At least I didn't shit my talent away on coke.
[Jimmy tries to punch Joe, who subsequently blocks his punch and pushes him on the ground]
Joe Hallenbeck: [noticing his spilled whiskey] I spilled my warm cup of piss.More [07/07/2008 12:07:00]
Sherlock Holmes:
The only way to nab our man is to catch him in the act - catch him so that there's no escape, no alibi. And that means gambling with Sir Henry's life.



Dr. Watson:
[horrified] But ...



Sherlock Holmes:
Gambling to save his life. But we've got to take that chance.

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[after observing the gambling tables at Rick's]



Customer:
Are you sure this place is honest?



Carl:
Honest? As honest as the day is long!

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Rick:
How can you close me up? On what grounds?



Captain Renault:
I'm shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in here!


[a croupier hands Renault a pile of money]



Croupier:
Your winnings, sir.



Captain Renault:
[sotto voce] Oh, thank you very much.


[aloud]



Captain Renault:
Everybody out at once!

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[Al is speaking to the banquet]



Al Stephenson:
I'm glad to see you've all pulled through so well. As Mr. Milton so perfectly expressed it: our country stands today... where it stands today... wherever that is. I'm sure you'll all agree with me if I said that now is the time for all of us to stop all this nonsense, face facts, get down to brass tacks, forget about the war and go fishing. But I'm not gonna say it. I'm just going to sum the whole thing up in one word.


[Milly coughs loudly to caution him - worrying that he will tell off the boss]



Al Stephenson:
My wife doesn't think I'd better sum it up in that one word. I want to tell you all that the reason for my success as a Sergeant is due primarily to my previous training in the Cornbelt Loan and Trust Company. The knowledge I acquired in the good ol' bank I applied to my problems in the infantry. For instance, one day in Okinawa, a Major comes up to me and he says, "Stephenson, you see that hill?" "Yes sir, I see it." "All right," he said. "You and your platoon will attack said hill and take it." So I said to the Major, "but that operation involves considerable risk. We haven't sufficient collateral." "I'm aware of that," said the Major, "but the fact remains that there's the hill and you are the guys who are going to take it." So I said to him, "I'm sorry, Major... no collateral, no hill." So we didn't take the hill and we lost the war. I think that little story has considerable significance, but I've forgotten what it is. And now in conclusion, I'd like to tell you a humorous anecdote. I know several humorous anecdotes, but I can't think of any way to clean them up, so I'll only say this much. I love the Cornbelt Loan and Trust Company. There are some who say that the old bank is suffering from hardening of the arteries and of the heart. I refuse to listen to such radical talk. I say that our bank is alive, it's generous, it's human, and we're going to have such a line of customers seeking and GETTING small loans that people will think we're gambling with the depositors' money. And we will be. We will be gambling on the future of this country. I thank you.

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Tommy:
[crooked gambling the Royal Court] The more you put down, the more you'll pick up. There is no hocus. There is no pocus. And no smoke or smell comes from the land but the bun goes round. Here it is. There it goes. Now watch it, folks. Watch it. Is it in heaven? Is it in hell? The dimmed elusive fall beneath the shell. Keep your peepers on the ball, folks. That's what you have to do. There is no jiggery. No pokery. Now, Your Majesty. Under which shell is the little ball hiding this time?

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Phil Corrigan:
I found out something about this little tub. My only chance now is to win a bet with myself. I'm gambling that you're as good an American as any of the boys who are dying on the battlefield.

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Johnny Farrell:
I thought we agreed that women and gambling didn't mix.



Ballin Mundson:
My wife does not come under the category of women, Johnny.

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Narrator:
My dad wasn't just one man named Flint Mitchell. He was a breed of men... mountain men who lived and died in America. He used to tell me about these men he knew. Men who walked the Indian trails and blazed new ones where no man had ever been before. Men who found lakes and rivers and meadows. Men who found paths to the west and the western sea; who roamed prairies and mountains and plateaus that are now states. Men who searched for beaver and found glory. Men who died unnamed and found immortality. My father always began his story by telling me about the summer rendezvous of the mountain men. This is where they met every July after a year of trapping in the Rockies. Here they cashed in their furs, caught up on their drinking and the fighting and the gambling and the fun... and the girls. They lived hard and they played hard.

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Whip Wilson:
Are you really the sheriff here?



Alice Long:
Acting sheriff. My father's the regular sheriff, but he's sick.


[Alice pulls her pistol]



Alice Long:
Does that satisfy you?



Hemingway:
Now we're getting someplace.



Whip Wilson:
Very nice, ma'am, only if you were a man and tried that, you'd be dead by now. This gambling friend of yours here tried to take the life savings of an old homesteader in a card game. I happened along in time to prevent a killing. And where were you, Sheriff? Doing embroidery?

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Silver Kirby:
There's one cartridge in this gun and five empty chambers. This slug with your name on it may be the first or the last... or somewhere in between.



Denver Jones:
Chief, that's one for the book.



Silver Kirby:
I thought you'd like that. I'm going to give you a gambling chance. If you give me an honest answer to my question, you walk out that door a free man.



Strap Galland alias Gillis:
You expect me to believe that?



Silver Kirby:
That's another gamble you'll have to take. At the moment, the odds are five to one that this is an empty chamber.

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Leonard Diamond:
I know his name. The name of a man who will pick up a phone and call Chicago and New Orleans and say "Hey Bill, Joe is coming down for the weekend. Advance him fifty thousand," and he hangs up the phone and the money's advanced, protection money. A new all night bar opens, with gambling outside city limits. A bunch of high school kids come in for a good time. They get loaded, they get irresponsible, they lose their shirts. Then they get a gun, cause they're worried, they want to make up their losses. And a filling station attendant is dead with a bullet in his liver. I have to see four kids on trial for first degree murder. Look at it. First degree murder, because a certain Mr. Brown picked up a phone.

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Carly Snyder:
I'm surprised, I'm surprised after having one your Mom didn't stop right there. What was she thinking?



Henry Coleman:
She wasn't thinking, she was weighing the odds. You know, this horse, that horse. Mater had a bit of a gambling problem.



Carly Snyder:
She hung out at the track?



Henry Coleman:
All day, every day. If you're a thoroughbred you get her attention, but if you're just some mutt on two legs... you know.

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Juror #8:
It's always difficult to keep personal prejudice out of a thing like this. And wherever you run into it, prejudice always obscures the truth. I don't really know what the truth is. I don't suppose anybody will ever really know. Nine of us now seem to feel that the defendant is innocent, but we're just gambling on probabilities - we may be wrong. We may be trying to let a guilty man go free, I don't know. Nobody really can. But we have a reasonable doubt, and that's something that's very valuable in our system. No jury can declare a man guilty unless it's SURE. We nine can't understand how you three are still so sure. Maybe you can tell us.

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[Leetch tries to impress Patricia by picking a fight with McKay]



James McKay:
If it's a fight you want, you've picked the right time for it, haven't you?



Steve Leech:
Yeah, I'm offering you a fight. Or ain't that a nice word back east?



James McKay:
You're gambling, Leech. You're gambling that if we fight, you can beat me. And you're gambling that if you beat me, Ms. Terrill will admire you for it.



Steve Leech:
Out here, we leave a lady's name out of an argument.

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Courtney Matthews:
Have you ever almost drowned, Sonny? I mean, you've been in water so cold that - that your arms are so - are so heavy you can't even lift them and it hurts to take a breath? I mean, when your body, it just - it goes numb. You know, and you - and you start choking on salt water, and you - you realize that - that you were wrong, that - that you're not going to make it, that you're not strong enough. And then, you know all the - all the life inside you, it just starts slipping away. And you think "I just - I should've waited. I should've trusted that the person that I love was going to come and save me instead of gambling with that life and losing. " That's what is haunting me.

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Judith Fellowes:
[Yelling at Shannon] You thought you outwitted me, didn't you, having your paramour here cancel my call.



Maxine Faulk:
Miss Fellowes, honey, if paramour means what I think it does you're gambling with your front teeth.

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Jonas Cord:
[Max misses a plate Cord throws in the air] Go on home, boy. Take the shortcut.



Nevada Smith:
The sun was in my eyes and I wasn't expecting it!



Jonas Cord:
Do you expect a man's gonna hold still for you with the sun at your back, and give you warning so you can stand there and shoot at him?



Nevada Smith:
I can hit a rabbit at 80 yards with a rifle.



Jonas Cord:
A rabbit don't shoot back. And how you think you're gonna swing a rifle in a barroom.



Nevada Smith:
I never been *in* a barroom!



Jonas Cord:
Look, just to find them, you're gonna have to comb out every saloon, gambling hall, hog farm, and whore house between here and Mexico. What do you think you're after, three preachers? You gonna gun 'em down at 80 yards when they're coming out of a church social? You're hunting three men who steal because they're too damn lazy to work, and they kill because they love to, and they hide out like rats in the garbage. So if you're gonna get 'em, you're gonna have to eat, drink, and wallow in that garbage right with 'em, 'til you get so you think like 'em and smell like 'em.



Nevada Smith:
I'll do what I have to do.

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Gwendolyn:
For you had the perfect motive for doing away with father. I know about your gambling debts!



Reginald:
Just as I know about that nasty little habit you picked up in the Orient. Eh, sister dear.



Gwendolyn:
[Gasps] No, please don't! You have no idea what hell its been. Kumkwaits have become so expensive. How could I have been so stupid, stupid, stupid?!



Caruthers:
[The butler, Caruthers, walks in] You called, ma'am?



Reginald:
No, she didn't call Caruthers. She was discussing her kumkwaits.



Reginald:
Oh. Well, I'm a leg man myself.

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Large Woman:
Start this train.



Sundance Kid:
Get back inside there, lady.



Large Woman:
Oh, I'm not afraid of you, I'm not afraid of anything. I'm a grandmother and a female and I've got my rights. You can bull all the others but you can't bull me. I've fought whiskey and I've fought gambling and I can certainly fight you.

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Pardner:
[Horace Tabor has opposed Ben's plan to kidnap the French prostitutes] Horace is right,Ben ! We can't bring them women here. Why, you bring them here and the next thing you know, you got to build a place for them to stay, people will be coming in from all over and they'll need somewhere to stay. Schermehorn and these other merchants will have to stock up on suplies to sell. Then Willie will have to open a saloon or two with gambling and drinkin'. Why before you know it, this place will be a boom town and we don't want that!



Ben:
[winking at Partner] Your right, Partner. I never thought of it that way. Why you can't expect people to put up with that! I apologize, boys; I never thought of what might happen if we bring in those five French tarts!



'Rotten Luck'Willie:
[smiling] I call for a vote on Ben's proposal! Any man who votes against it is a traitor!

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Horton:
[in a gambling hall/whorehouse] Pardon me, sir, could you lend me ten dollars?



Pardner:
Why don't you go home and go to bed?



Horton:
I was thinking of doing it the other way around.

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Sara:
Don't you want a woman of your own?



Hogan:
What for?



Sara:
To share your name, bear your children, be a companion.



Hogan:
To ask me to quit drinking, quit gambling and save money? And to bitch about her aches and pains all day? No thanks!

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Sollozzo:
Bene. Don Corleone. I need a man who has powerful friends. I need a million dollars in cash. I need Don Corleone and all of those politicians that you carry around in your pocket like so many nickels and dimes.



Don Corleone:
What is the interest for my family?



Sollozzo:
Thirty percent. In the first year your end should be 3, 4 million dollars and then it would go up.



Don Corleone:
And what is the interest for the Tattalgia family?



Sollozzo:
[to Tom] My compliments. I'll take care of the Tattalgia's, out of my share.



Don Corleone:
So, I am to receive thirty percent for finance, for legal protection and politcal influence, is that what you're telling me?



Sollozzo:
That's right.



Don Corleone:
Why come to me? What have I done to deserve such generousity?



Sollozzo:
If you consider a million dollars in cash merely finance... te salud Don Corleone.



Don Corleone:
I said that I would see you because I had heard that you were a serious man. A man to be treated with respect but I must say no to you and I will give you my reasons. It's true, I have a lot of friends in politics. But they wouldn't be so friendly if they knew my business was drugs instead of gambling which they consider a harmless vice but drugs, that's a dirty business.



Sollozzo:
Don Corleone...



Don Corleone:
It doesn't make any difference to me what a man does for a living, you understand, it's just that your business is a little dangerous.



Sollozzo:
If you're worried about security for your million the Tattaglia's will guarantee it.



Sonny:
Oh, now, are you telling me that the Tattaglia's guarantee our investment without...



Don Corleone:
Wait a minute... I have a sentimental weakness for my children and I spoil them as you can see. They talk when they should listen. Anyway, Signor Sollozzo, my no to you is final. I want to congratulate you on your new business and I'm sure you'll do very well and good luck to you. Especially since your interests don't conflict with mine. Thank you.


[Sollozzo leaves]



Don Corleone:
Santino! Come here. What's the matter with you? I think your brain's going soft with all that comedy you're playing with that young girl. Never tell anyone outside the Family what you're thinking again! Go on.



Don Corleone:
[looking a the flowers being brought in] What is... what is this nonsense?



Tom Hagen:
They're from Johnny. He's starring in that new film.



Don Corleone:
Take it away.



Tom Hagen:
Put it over there.



Don Corleone:
Tell Luca Brazi to come in.

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Don Corleone:
You're not too tired, are you, Tom?



Tom Hagen:
No. I slept on the plane. I've got the Sollozzo notes right here. Sollozzo is known as the Turk. He's supposed to be very good with a knife but only in matters of business or of some sort of reasonable complaint. His business is narcotics. He has the fields in Turkey where they grow the poppy. In Sicily he has the plant to process it into heroin. He needs cash and he needs protection from the police for which he gives a piece of the action, I couldn't find out how much. The Tattalglia Family is behind him here in New York so they have to be in it for something.



Don Corleone:
What about his prison record?



Tom Hagen:
Two terms. One in Italy and one here. He's known as a top narcotics man.



Don Corleone:
Santino, what do you think?



Sonny:
There's a lot of money in that white powder.



Don Corleone:
Tom?



Tom Hagen:
Well, I say yes. There's more money potential in narcotics than anything else we're looking at. Now, if we don't get into it somebody else will. Maybe one of the 5 Families maybe all of them and with the money they earn they'll be able to buy more police and political power. Then they come after us. Right now we have the unions and we have the gambling and those are the best things to have. But narcotics is a thing on the future. If we don't get a piece of that action we risk everything we have. Not now but ten years from now.



Sonny:
Well, what's your answer gonna be, Pop?

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Tector Crites (Jackson gang:
[voice-over] Looking back, we had, in the person of Teddy Roosevelt, the finest President in the history of this country. He had the spirit and determination that matched the times and the land. Then the women got the vote, and everything went to hell. While our boys was overseas fighting the Kaiser, the women got Prohibition put in. Drinking and gambling and whoring were declared unlawful. All those things which come natural to men became crimes.

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Charley Varrick:
You know what dirty money is? That's the kind of money you can't declare on your income tax. Well, when certain people get that kind of money, what they do is send it out of the country to invest, and when it comes back, it's clean.



Harman Sullivan:
So?



Charley Varrick:
So maybe that little bank was a drop, a collection point. Maybe all this was on its way out of the country.



Harman Sullivan:
Fantastic! We lucked out!



Charley Varrick:
More like crapped out. It's ten-to-one this stuff belongs to the Mafia. This is gambling money skimmed off the top, whore money, dope money.



Harman Sullivan:
What's the difference?



Charley Varrick:
The difference is the Mafia kills you, no trial, no judge. They never stop looking for you, not 'til you're dead. I'd rather have ten F.B.I.s after me.

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Tom Wingfield:
I'm goin' to the movies, ma.



Amanda Wingfield:
I don't believe it, that's a lie!



Tom Wingfield:
No? Well you're right, Mother. I'm going to opium dens. Yes, mother. Opium dens. Dens of vice and criminal's hangouts, mother, I am a hired assassin, I joined the Hogan gang, I carry a tommy gun in a violin case, and I run a stream of cat houses in the valley, they call me Killer, Killer Wingfield, see I'm leading a double life, really, a simple honest warehouse worker by day, but by night a dynamic czar of the underworld, mother, I just go to gambling casinos, spin away fortune on the roulette tables, mother, I wear a patch over one eye, and a false moustache and sometimes I put on green whiskers, on, on those occasions, they call me "El Diablo," I can tell you many things to make you sleepless, mother, my enemies plan to dynamite this place, they're gonna blow us sky high! And I will be glad? I will be very happy, and so will you be. You will go up, up, up, over Blue Mountain, on a broomstick with seventeen gentleman callers! You ugly, babbling old witch!

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Hips:
[following the big college basketball game, in which Spencer Lewis has shaved points for the Mafia to pay off Axel's gambling debt] ... Okay, we're in the clear. In fact, you might just have a couple of favors coming your way.



Axel Freed:
How's that? What do you mean?



Hips:
What are you, naive? This Lewis kid's got maybe a year or two left before he makes the NBA. You think my friends are gonna let him just slip through their fingers, after a night like this?



Axel Freed:
He did it for ME. He won't do it again.



Hips:
Ah, quit lying to yourself. Once you ain't a virgin no more, you're a whore till you die.

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Zachariah Coop:
I'm going to give up gambling until I get you there.



Holly Smith:
I don't believe it.



Zachariah Coop:
Well, I'd be willing to bet ya.

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John Ross 'Jock' Ewing, Sr.:
[to Pamela] Young lady, you've heard his side all your life. It's about time you heard the truth. I put that claim in my name to keep him from gambling his half away.



Willard 'Digger' Barnes #1:
You didn't leave me nothing.



John Ross 'Jock' Ewing, Sr.:
I come back to the claim. He's drunk. He looks at the paper, sees my name, jumps me, tries to tear my eyes out. I was gonna give half of the money.



Pamela Ewing:
Stop it. I can't stand this.



John Ross 'Jock' Ewing, Sr.:
How can he stand himself? Been a loser every day of his life. Couldn't even kill me the time he tried.



Eleanor Southworth Ewing Farlow #1:
That's enough, Jock!

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[at the gambling counter, Mrs. Rose Rafferty, Vicki Sims, and Cleo Jackson are all there disguised]



Big Chin, the Food Stand Operator:
What'll it be?



All Girls:
Coffee.



Mrs. Rose Rafferty:
[gambling] And, try on 2-6-8. My horoscope says that even numbers are going to be very lucky for me today.

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Popeye:
[to the Oyls when they enter the Gambling den] Oh, what is this? A house of ill repukes? Ooh, who'd bring me infant to this den of immoraliky? Don't touch nothin'. You might get a venerable disease.

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Dave Speed:
There's illegal gambling going on inside that truck!

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Sam:
What'll you have Normie?



Norm:
Well, I'm in a gambling mood Sammy. I'll take a glass of whatever comes out of that tap.



Sam:
Looks like beer, Norm.



Norm:
Call me Mister Lucky.

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David Howard:
Why didn't you tell me when we got married that you were this horrible gambling addict? It's like when you have a venereal disease - you tell somebody!



Linda Howard:
I've only gambled twice in my life. This was the second time.

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Tom Wingfield:
I'm going to the movies.



Amanda Wingfield:
I don't believe that lie!



Tom Wingfield:
No? Well you're right, Mother. I'm going to opium dens. Yes, mother. Opium dens. Dens of vice and criminal's hangouts, mother, I am a hired assassin, I joined the Hogan gang, I carry a tommy gun in a violin case, and I run a stream of cat houses in the valley, they call me Killer, Killer Wingfield, see I'm leading a double life, really, a simple honest warehouse worker by day, but by night a dynamic czar of the underworld, mother, I just go to gambling casinos, spin away fortune on the roulette tables, mother, I wear a patch over one eye, and a false moustache and sometimes I put on green whiskers, on, on those occasions, they call me "El Diablo," I can tell you many things to make you sleepless, mother, my enemies plan to dynamite this place, they're gonna blow us sky high! And I will be glad? I will be very happy, and so will you be. You will go up, up, up, over Blue Mountain, on a broomstick with seventeen gentleman callers! You ugly, babbling old witch!

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Loan broker:
Everything is OK. Your application is fine. But right now, I can't give you any money.



Arlo Pear:
When *can* you give us the money?



Loan broker:
Mr. Pear, are you a gambling man?



Arlo Pear:
No, I'm not!



Loan broker:
Well, you are now. Look, I'm gonna level with you people. I just bet a big chunk of the bank's money on Hannah Blue in the 7th at Hallmark Downs.



Arlo Pear:
That's embezzlement!



Loan broker:
That's right. And that's exactly what I've been doing here for 22 years. But I'll tell ya, this horse can't lose. You'll get your money for the house. This horse has never lost on a wet track.


[over radio]



Race Announcer:
I can't *remember* when I've ever seen a track this *dry*.

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[Holmes is approached by two menacing-looking thugs in a pub]



Holmes:
Ah, gentlemen. And what can I do for you? A mystery to be solved?



Thug:
You might say that. There's a little matter of a gambling debt, and the mystery is why you ain't paid it.

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Biff Tannen Museum Narrator:
Ladies and Gentlemen! Welcome to the Biff Tannen Museum! Dedicated to Hill Valley's #1 Citizen. And America's greatest living folk hero. The one and only Biff Tannen. Of course we've all heard the legend, but who is the man? Inside you will learn how Biff Tannen became one of the richest and most powerful men in America. Learn the amazing history of the Tannen family, starting with his great-grandfather, Buford 'Mad Dog' Tannen, fastest gun in the West. See Biff's humble beginnings and how a trip to the race track on his 21st Birthday made him a millionaire overnight. Share in the excitement of a fabulous winning streak that earned him the nickname "The Luckiest Man on Earth." Learn how Biff parlayed that lucky winning streak into the vast empire called Biffco. Discover how, in 1979, Biff successfully lobbied to legalize gambling and turned Hill Valley's dilapidated courthouse into a beautiful casino-hotel!



Biff Tannen:
I just wanna say one thing! God Bless America.



Biff Tannen Museum Narrator:
Meet the women who shared in his passion as he searched for true love. And relive Biff's happiest moment as in 1973, he realized his life long romantic dream by marrying his high school sweetheart, Lorraine Baines McFly.



Biff Tannen:
Third times a charm.


[French kisses Lorraine]



Marty McFly:
NO!

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Jack Shannon:
I just stopped liking who I was, that's all, who I'd been for fifteen years. I thought I was a big shot. Big money, big car, big house...I thought I held all the cards. I thought I could pick the winner every time, I thought I could smell it. But the whole thing was built on garbage. I treated my wife badly and I knew it and I didn't stop and one day she walked. She took my daughter with her. I started gambling big time; crazy stuff, long shot stuff. And when you start doing that, when you stop using your head, you're trying to talk to God. "Here's the car payment, God. Put it on the red. What do you think, winner or loser? Here's the house, God. It's all up to you. Just give the dice a little nudge if you believe in Jack Shannon." I turned into the kind of man I'd grown up hating. Making the big bucks and being made a partner wasn't enough to buy that off.

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Jack Shannon:
I have a little gambling problem.

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Jack Shannon:
[Opening credits narration] I thought I was a big shot. Big money, big house, big car...I thought I held all the cards. I thought I could pick the winner every time, I thought I could smell it...but the whole thing was built on garbage. I treated my wife badly and I knew it and I didn't stop and one day she walked. She took my daughter with her. I started gambling big time, crazy stuff, long shot stuff. I turned into the kind of man that I'd grown up hating. Making the big bucks and being made a partner wasn't enough to buy that off. I'm just kinda starting from scratch, trying to keep things low pressure.

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