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How about seeing a picture, Rocky? There's one at the Academy on 14th. - Yeah, what? - Covered Wagon. It's new, just come out. - You got any dough? - No. You got any? No. Oh, look. There's Rocky Sullivan. Walk right by him like we don't see him. Hey, Rocky, there's Laury Martin coming. So what? Oh, my books, they're coming loose. Say, that ain't a bad-looking doll, that one in the middle. - The one with the pretzel legs. - He means you, Laury. - Why, the fresh... - Don't be so smart-alecky, Rocky Sullivan. - Go on. Beat it, pigtails. - Trying to show off, ain't you? - Scram, before I wipe the street with you. - You better wipe your nose first. - Is that so? I'll fix you. - You better scram. You know the Rocky. - Come on. - Leave me alone, I can handle him. Wait till I get down there. I'll fix you. - I'll slap you down.
- Oh! Why, you, you... Shut up. Come on. Let's get out of here, dig up some corn. You won't get away with that, Rocky. I'll get even someday. You just wait. Say, maybe this winter we can hop a freight to Florida. They say you can go swimming there, even in January. Sure, we can even hop one to California if we wanted to. Look here, "Rubelin Coal Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania." It's too bad it ain't winter. We could grab a couple bags of those coals. "Everwrite Fountain Pen Company." I wonder what's in there. Come on. Let's take a look. It's loaded full of cases. Fountain pens. Hundreds of them. - We can break that easy. - We shouldn't, we don't need those pens. - It ain't like stealing coal to keep warm. - We can sell them. Now, listen. What we don't take, we ain't got. Look around. See what you can find to break that lock. All right, whoever's in here, come on out. Come on out, I say! - What's the trouble?
- Just a couple of kids. I heard them. Come on out of there. Come on, you hoodlums. You won't get away. - Come out, or I'll come in after you. - Let's make a break for it, Jerry, now. Come on, Rocky! Jump! Hi, Snowflakes. - Hi, Jerry. - Hello. What do you hear? What do you say? Sit down. - How they treating you, Rocky? - Like a prince. I get three square meals and real butter on my bread. What a life. - Is that a bad cut on your eye? - Not bad. Just a few stitches. I thought you knocked your eye out. You coming to my trial tomorrow? Rocky, I've been worrying about this all last night. - I can't let you take the whole blame. - Pipe down, want the flapper to hear? Now get this. You got away, didn't you? Okay. I wanna be a sucker. But, Rocky, maybe if they thought I was in on it, they'd go easier on you. In a pig's eye. Just because you can run faster, you don't gotta eat yourself. - But it ain't fair to you, Rocky. - Look, so they send me up. So what? What've I got to lose? The old man's
I'm seeing the right people. . . .. . and I'll take it. They'll check my vault box and grab the 100 grand. Be sensible. I know you're a smart lawyer. don't be a sucker.. I'm not gonna mark time. . If they get me. for both of us. Look.. you wouldn't keep quiet. Forget it.got troubles enough without me. . It's tough. too. I'll scout around. boys. the day I get out. Supposing I was the one who got caught.You talk like I can do it in a handstand. I got caught.I can get you off with about three years. That ain't no picnic. make connections. But you. . Rocky. do you? All right. I'll be disbarred. and I'll take that...Why should I take the fall? There's no other way out.I'd lay dead just like you're gonna do. Always remember.but don't get smart with me..You would? Sure. . very smart.... You don't want to lose that dough. Very good.What do you think I am? .Not only for me. It's my rap. That's all.You'd make them send you up too..but it's my 100 grand. . Frazier. and you got away. . I'm pulling every string I can. You'll be outside having it soft on cushions.
. It's just been bothering me for 15 years.Remember it? He used to stand right where you are and boil the tar out of me. .. mug-face. I'll immobilize you.You have? What? . . I got a kick coming. Well. though.Why haven't you written to me? .Rocky! You old. glad to see you.I've seen you. Jerry. Gosh. Father.You have? Where? I was there when you made the 90-yard run against NYU. Hasn't changed a bit. .Why didn't you come back and see me? . It doesn't seem possible I haven't seen you in that length of time. . Yeah? You and your old maid! Come in. . .I'm glad to see you.What do you hear? What do you say? . .Jerry. What's on your mind. . . son? Not very much.Oh. What did you do with those fountain pens you stole? . 15 years.Wait till I get you outside.You remember Father Boyle's old sacristy.Some people were waiting for me. Good to see you. Fifteen years.You know how it is..
.Did a lot of crazy things in those days.it was all there to read on the front page... When I was inside..How could I forget it? . I got an idea on the top of a bus once.. you had no way to answer me. . Got me six years. . kindly light Amid the encircling gloom Lead thou me on..With Father Boyle. When I was out. .looking down. but what finally decided you? Well. . huh? That's funny.That gave you the idea. ...You certainly make a good-looking priest. I read all the papers.. nothing happened. passing the cathedral. Remember slipping "Merry Oldsmobile" into the hymnbook? . Everybody reads them.I changed my address and number so often. I was around while you were singing with the kids.How'd it go? Lead.and I kept thinking of you and me . . for the night is dark And I am far from. Certainly did.. You know what happens to letters written in the stir.Thanks. . Your mother always wanted you to do it. . .. I was riding along on the top of a bus.Yeah.... Yes..Certainly did.
Will you be here for some time? . and it's great to have you home. Rocky. .You've cost me a lot of prayer.Get a room here in the parish. I can drop in to see you from time to time. it's for the big fellas too. Church is just around the corner. .I came back to take a look at your kisser. . don't you? Took a lot of good lead pipe out of that cellar. It's a pet scheme of mine. I got a little business to attend. . Remember her. Father! . What's this store racket? Got the kids shilling for the parish? That's not a bad idea.All right. .Not a bad idea.A recreation spot for the kids. . .I've been in kind of a retreat myself.Yes. This is Maggione's.Kind of a kindergarten place. . . . You'd be surprised how tremendously it's helped to keep the kids from becoming. . No place like home. Go in and get a furnished room.. Tell them to get the game started.Okay.. Hoodlums like me? . You run and tell them I'll be right over. . Father.I gotta find a place to live. The fellas are waiting for you. No. you're supposed to be down at the store.Depends. huh? No.Come in.Stick around and take a lot of them.Yes.
.Sold. I'll help you with your collection. really.It's a deal.No.. I've seen worse. . Mrs. Maggione's kid told me you'd take care of that. Maggione will give it a good cleaning.What do you want? Looking for a room. . . all I'm looking for is a room. Third floor. but the lady in number two will show you the rooms.It's all right. .You've been looking at the funny papers.See you at Mass Sunday? . I'll get the key. Listen. sister. . . All right. Mrs. .Sure. . Maggione at home? . There's something about your face that looks awfully familiar. . .I guess you have.I'll take the room. Here it is.Fair enough. My mother ain't here. What's the tariff? . Yes? Yes? I'm looking for a room.Mrs.Five dollars a week.In advance. Yes.
hello. the priest from the parish. .Laury Martin? Laury Martin? That little fresh kid with the pigtails? Well. You can trust me.Yeah. .I've waited 15 years to do that! I wanna see Jim Frazier.Who are you? . . What do you hear? What do you say? Hello. .Father Jerry? Yeah. Come on. .Write me a receipt. . How did you happen to come to this house? Looking for references. Does that send me in? Oh.You know him? .Remember me? .Hey! Wait a minute! . . Wait here.I'll wait. .I wanna see Frazier. Number one. huh? An old friend of mine sent me over here. . .No. You're Rocky Sullivan.He's busy. Jerry Connolly.Rocky Sullivan. . Clear the board.Oh. I get it now.
Didn't you want me to tell him? That's all right. . .. eh? . .What? The hundred grand? I had it for you.There's somebody to see you.Where's that dough? . . I thought it was funny you didn't show.I know. I didn't expect. you know Mac Keefer. .Yes. You got a swell layout here. but you've been busy the last three years.. . only. Send him in..He owns the town.Rocky Sullivan? .Yeah? Who? Rocky Sullivan.Well. Can buy and sell it. Well. Rocky! This is a surprise. Otherwise I would've met you with a brass band.Does he know I'm here? . heard of him. .Yeah. .What do you hear? What do you say? . you're out now. .. . I thought it was next month..Yeah..I had the date on the calendar..You don't have to worry about it. He sells it. Looks like you're in the dough.. only as I said..That's soft. Well.Sure. .Only he doesn't buy it.l've been sleeping on for the last three years. well. . You said it before. . . Rocky.Mac Keefer? Yeah. . .Softer than that store cot.
why. For you and me.. You took the dough. and we're going to stick to it.. I'm taking up with you where I left off. Wasn't that it? Oh.you'll have to take it up with him. .I'm not worried.. That was the agreement.. Got it? .Your cut? . yes. .. That was the idea. I suppose you'd like some spending money. .. Here. If you want a spot in his business. three years. Jim? .Am I breaking in on anything here. I see. Where you come in? What do you mean? What business you want me to handle. you can get that dough together and tell me where I come in.. See.. but. I'm not taking it up with anybody but you. In the meantime.I'll have it by the end of the week. .. Now. You figure it out for yourself. ..Well. Yes.Hello. made connections. I haven't anything to say. Frazier. It'll take me a few days to get settled. what parts of town and what my cut is.but you've got this thing all wrong. He's the boss. look. . here's 500. . I'll take that.Yeah. built it up. I understand. wasn't it? I took the rap. By that time.. Mac.But what? Well... I work for Keefer.
Pleased to meet you. . I'll drop up. I'll take care of him. . Yeah.on Dock Street. .Couple days ago.When did you get out? . number 24. I want you to. There's a fella leaving with Mac.. Yeah? Yeah. Sullivan. blubberhead. Sure.No. I got a good look. I want you to meet Rocky Sullivan. Monday? . The famine is on.. . .Thanks. I got it.I'm going downtown. .A room at my old neighborhood. Get me Steve.We were just talking about that..Where you stopping? . Monday. Jim.What are you doing? . You're okay. .Monday? That'll be fine. not at all.Looking around.Maybe I might have a spot for you. say. . I'll give you a lift.. Come right in. yeah. Guys. Well. . Out of the way. I'll blow now.. I know all about you. want some cigarettes? All you guys can have cigarettes off me. .See you later..
nuts.Yeah. Hello.. you'd think he had something there. . .You loafer! I'll get the cops after you! . Let's give him the works. Hey! What are you doing with my baby? "Hey! What are you doing with my baby?" Here's your baby! . That cop don't walk right or something. .You missed him. The way he talks. Hey. it's pathetic. come on! Let's go! Like taking candy from a baby.Come on.. You want the bottle? You want the bottle? Oh.Those cops are so dumb.Give me that! I'll make you eat that ball in a minute! All right. boys. Look.Yeah. a nickel I do. yeah. . . toots. ..All right.A nickel you don't conk him. Look at the dude. . chump. How do you do? . . yeah. watch out! . kiddo. Excuse me. A nickel apiece you owe..You'd think they'd learn where. . Crab? . How'd you get it.All right.You better pack them now.a tomato comes from in police college.Hey. Here comes the beef trust.
.Gee! There must be more than 100 there! . Give me. what a haul! "Wow.What's the matter. . crabbing already? . . . are you grabbing already? .I'm gonna break this thing. .Six ways! Don't forget. We're in the big chips..You'll get yours.Let me see.So long as it didn't break the machine.No kidding! . 30. . . Time's a-wasting.Come on. Pipe down. .. It's the most I got in my life. 35. 20. Six nickels and two slugs.Give me air! Give me air! .. six ways! . look what we got. Dish it out.How much you got there. what a haul!" . Hi.What. we'll be in the money now.That's good. Boy. . Imagine crooks like that? Putting slugs in a slot machine. Soapy? .The corner caught me right in the dome. Come on. .I hoisted it over the transom in the alley and dropped it.Come on.You should see the hook I got. Ten. . . . Soapy! .Chiselers.It's only Soapy and the gang.A hundred nothing. Soapy.Wow.Soapy.. .We got a sucker's poke.
make sure he don't know your hideout. Come on.Say your prayers. Hand it over. suckers. .You bunch of chiselers! Stick them up! You're all covered..On the level. You too.Hey! What's the matter? Next time you roll a guy for his poke. mugs. that looks nice. We had nothing to do with it. .Hey. how do you know? .Oh. Now get them up and turn around. Come on.Hey! . . Come here. my! We split half. mister! Shut up. mister.How do you know this place so good? . How did you know? Come here. We wasn't there. all right? . Give us a break.Who's the leader? .Yeah.I am. . and fast. Here. .Oh. Collect that dough. I didn't get mine! . rats! Stop your squealing. .
Soapy's the name. We knew. ..Hi.Certainly. Johnny Maggione told us.Hiya. Look at this. didn't you? .He didn't tell us who you was. Rocky.. . . This mug here's Swing. and this guy's Crabface. . Rocky."R.you knew we was headed to the hideout. Here. you took the room above us.You knew when you rolled me? .Hi. Rocky! Good to see you! Hey. . meet Rocky Sullivan. . did you get that? It's Rocky Sullivan! We tried to hook you! What a boner! When you saw us duck down the alley.Hey.S..We just call him Crab for short. He's Bim. Hey. headliner! . . . . Fellas..Sure.Yeah. Rocky! . . number 24. you ain't Rocky Sullivan! Rocky Sullivan! Hey.And I'm Pasty.Let me show you. Glad to meet you. .I took the old shortcut. . sure. Rocky. This palooka up here's Hunky."? .Hi.What do they call you? .
Give me some pickles. Bring them over to my place. Boy! Pickles! . .I'm on no hunger strike. But good! Very good. Here... Now.You shouldn't have taken a chance. . . Will you give me some beans? . I'm not in a bread line.All right. You got a lot to learn.. . look. Never bother anybody in your own neighborhood. You ought to be able to learn us. Rocky.We had to buy something.You like pickles? Take them. . . A little more..Give out with this Irish caviar.You don't want any pickles. Souvenirs.and some beer. You don't like the beans? No! Hey. these beans taste soapy.Where's the other 50 cents? . all right. We'll have a feed. Free. you stingy grubber. Go to the deli and get some sandwiches and pickles.Come on. didn't we? You guys got an awful lot to learn. Here's your change.No.These beans are rotten. . Chuck your chest up to the wood. . Rocky. all right. how would you like to have a bite with me? Here's a fin. I want pickles..What are you doing? Going into business? .Oh. . . . .Sure.
Thanks. Jerry. Swing. Rocky. "J. It didn't take long to get acquainted with Rocky. Rocky. Oh. Rock. What do you hear? What do you say? Having a little bite to eat with the kids.Hello. .You think we're a bunch of cream puffs? . . give me a sandwich. We spend most of our time at the gym now. . Too busy.It ought to be fun. .Come in.Hey..C. . ..We're too busy.Right here. did it? Hey.Sit in? . .Thanks. yeah? Boys.look at that old door.How about a sandwich? . You'll see right next to my initials. why not? .. Soapy? Why don't you want to go to the basketball game? . will you? What's the matter.Sure. . Father used to hang with Rocky at the old boiler room? Certainly.All right.. next time you get down to the hideout. . I hoped to start that basketball game today." Jerry Connolly.Hello. looks like you and the Father are old pals. Look.
.You remember old Krausmeyer's store. is it a bet? . I'll tell you what.if you like..And I haven't even seen them. . Oh.Hey..Sure.Yeah. I've been trailing him.. . I'll send Bugs down with a couple boys. As long as you're sponsoring the gym. Maybe it's because I wear my collar frontwards.You'll come with us. yeah? Well. . let's go and take a look at it. Goodbye. . It's a bet. . I'll tell you what. I want to show you.The gym is open. sure. you can go now. . .and I can't get a crack at him. . go ahead. We used to rob it. Can't get anyplace. I'll bet a buck to a nickel you can't get the ball past the other team.I got a nickel. Rocky? . Come on. .Split the winnings.You mean now? . You talk for 10 minutes..Yeah.. Father. . imagine us playing basketball all of a sudden. .... I've been working on them for a year. they'd jump through a hoop if you asked.We'll run them into the ground.We have to practice first.Don't let him out of your sight. but he's mixed up with a priest and kids. .
Keep a good eye on them.hasn't grabbed you off.. .Come on. what are you doing? Same thing you're doing.What happened? . watching the game. Say. . . Right here.I wasn't gonna hurt you.Hello. .Friends? .Thanks again. playing a duck for me? . You know better than that. I forgot you were in the neighborhood.For a sociable worker. boys. . let's get going.. Okay. you turned out to be a pretty snappy-looking dish. . All right. . Well. . . .Hello. clear the floor! Take the mats off! Line up.I can't figure out why some smart guy. fellas.Here you are.No. What have you been doing. Wait till I blow the whistle..Okay. .Thanks..Some smart guy always in the headlines? You could do worse. . Let's wipe up the floor with these kids! The kids play a swell game. Keep your chin covered.
you're out of the game. Red out.What's the matter? . He's screwy. .Somebody take care of that trapeze. . Watch this. Pasty. . Gibby. That's it. dribble that ball and pass it.I got my man! You do that again.Ready? Run! Run! .I didn't do nothing. Sullivan's gonna referee. Foul! That big bozo just stuck his belly out.Hey.Dribble that. take it. . He didn't do nothing. .Can't even shove a guy in this game? What do you mean. Stop it.All right.Just me good deed for today. get off the floor. That's not fair! .Free throw! . Here. You've got six men on the floor. . All right. . . boys! Mr.Come on! Take it down! .That's not fair. You boys know better than that. . . shove a guy? It's a free throw.Give us a break. You committed technical and personal fouls.Make a few notes.
Father. Somehow.Get off the floor! . doesn't he? .Don't forget..Don't forget about that bet.Break it up! . Play ball...Come on! Let's go! .Throw it to me.Yes. According to rules. Here we go. . I feel that Rocky could be straightened out. I still remember what Rocky's kind is like.... . . Ready? Position.. What's going on here? ... just because you've got me seeing things straight now.Rocky sure handles those kids.Go on. now.but don't you think it's a bit like playing with dynamite? Why do you say that. Get in here. . . What's the matter with you? Don't raise your hand to me. Laury? Look. .Here we go. an orphan? Now! Get going! All right.Yeah. I don't know. . .there's no reason I should wear blinders. Wait for the whistle. Get up! .What am I.
Give me that ball. Free throw over here.What's the idea? . Rocky. don't do it again. . I didn't do nothing.Get him! . .Let's go. or I'll slap sense into you. Play according to the rules.Foul? What did he do. Rocky. .Foul! . Where you running? Personal foul. what are you doing. Our ball over here.Give me that ball! Give me that ball. you understand? .He didn't do nothing. are you guys going to play according to the rules or not? Okay.Wait for the whistle. Here we go. hit me? Foul. What's the idea? I'm asking you.I didn't do nothing! . . .Foul! All right! Come on! Sullivan.Well. playing for the other team? Now. what are you doing? Foul! Foul ball! .
You. .All you guys. .. I don't know nothing about that.According to the rules.Somebody stole it. . . Meet me here. 32 to 8? It was a close game. come on. and I'll try to arrange a game.promise no fouls. What do you mean. All those nickels.They played rough. You. Put them in there.Think I'd gyp you? Rocky. Boy. fellas. .. Better ask Father. Well.Give us some practice. Right there..Yeah! You just won by a nose. what a slaughter. boy! . .Kid. I'll tell you.Be a sport. . Oh. You. Got me? We'll beat them! Thirty-two to 8. . . . And you.Not me. you give us some practice tomorrow.Will you give us another chance tomorrow? .Yeah.Who put those slugs in there? . shower down.Can you get smaller kids? . and we'll mop up these mugs. Where's my nickel? . Right there..Father! Come on! .
I'll wait for you. She put her last guy 6 foot under. What happened? What usually happens when a boy gets mixed up. .with a bunch of would-be tough guys.you going home? . Partly my fault. Well.You didn't know it was there.. He was a swell kid when we first got married. . Rock. I heard somewhere about you being mixed up with a guy. he tried to shoot it out .. .Yeah.Yes.. Just in time.. One night.. . But he tried to give me a lot more than he could get driving a cab... about four years ago. he got in deeper and deeper.. ..you wanna watch out....Took care of him? . did you? . Say. I didn't stop him.Who's carrying your books for you now? .Nobody.No. Anybody ask you? I didn't say a word. Who was that? There was only one: My husband. Hey. She's a jinx. Thanks..
sir? .Stop asking questions.with the cops. Good night. please be careful.Rocky. No. Now. no. Can I help you. make out this is where you live. here we are. . It's all right. This neighborhood don't change much. sure. . Here we go. .Good night. Can you see anything? . He just went in the drugstore. look. Rocky.Got a handkerchief? Yeah. We'll get him. Honey. and thanks for bringing me home.What's wrong? . Well. I think I got something in my eye. . isn't it? Maybe with guys who don't know their business. We gotta wait for a better opening.No. What's the difference? I've seen everything. Know that? There's too much traffic. That's what always happens. Hey. Go on in. You know. Sure. you were right the other day. Say good night. and go inside. trail him slow.
Yeah. .Yesterday.You're wanted on the telephone. Nadler Drugstore. I'll see. You Rocky Sullivan? . You go in and keep the place cleared out. Okay.Good evening. We gotta figure out something.The name? . Hello. . Leave the receiver off the hook.I don't think so.Peterson. . Cherry Coke. I don't like the setup. Got a phone? . We go in the front. we're set. . . . Who? Just a minute. We get him in the phone booth where he can't move. If he falls for it. he swings around and starts popping.Good evening. It's no good. Hello. Hop in the delicatessen.How about my prescription? .Excuse me. The guy's heel is in too good a spot.When'd you leave it? . Ring the drugstore and ask for Sullivan.
Go on. can you see him? There must be 100 holes in him. Keep your mouth shut and your eyes closed. Soapy? . Answer that phone. Said he left it yesterday. He said his name was Peterson. Let's go. Get in that backroom. and get in deep. He fell for it. Get going. Ed. He asked for a prescription.Never saw him before. Now back up. This is Bugs. Clean it out! Clear out! Come on.On your way! Beat it! Clear out of here! . . Hold the line.What do you know? . Come on. Give me that canister. Faster. . Right over there. . Hurry it up. Who do you think done it. Frazier. hop in the car and keep close. Now get in there. Hey.Rocky Sullivan speaking. officer! .I'll have it in just a minute.Who do you think you're pushing? Hello. I couldn't remember.
Sit down. Rocky. There. I'm mighty proud. 280. Give me those keys. I didn't have anything to do with it.There's some securities and some bonds. Just like we said three years ago. . Industrial Trust.Yeah. 65. Of course. . A little too smart for your own good. It's yours. . . Frazier. I ain't dead yet.Rocky. 160. Fourth Street National. . We got him.000. Get going.000. Farmers and Merchants.Yeah. Rocky. That's good. .Of course.Two grand. Rocky. but you owe me 100 grand. that's all.Why shouldn't I? We're partners. but I've only got about Shut up and get it open.000. . Open it up. I ought to give it to you in the head.Everything's fixed. ain't we? . drop out of sight for a couple of days.Get out of here. . Saving these too? You're a smart lawyer. You done all right. I swear. Frazier. All right. Get away from there.
Frazier wants to talk to you.His private number.Let's see. or I'll cut you off short. . Hello. Hello. Some officials here might be interesting to know about. to get to the bank. . Mac? This is Rocky. Got that too? Come on. . Some very important people. .One partner should know about the other. look. Dial. Sit down and relax. Go ahead.. Now.That's nothing. It's one of your own boys. .That's it. .Circle-0500. Mac? Rocky will be up at the El Toro in the morning. . Yeah. That's the way you held the club over them? I'm gonna take this and study up. Look.What's Keefer's number? . Paid off just about everybody in town. I ain't down at the morgue. surprise.. Surprise. And he's to get me that 100 grand. Made them sign too. No.Of course.. you get it? And no wrong cracks.. You're gonna get on there and tell Keefer I'm coming in the morning. We're collecting autographs? Some pretty important..
. .And no slip-ups. Come on. Frazier's watching the clock. Mac. Suppose you don't make me talk. I think he's sore.Think we're gonna pay off? . . Another wrong number. . You've got to do it. You understand? Okay. Good morning. I give you a wrong number. gentlemen.Where's that 100 grand? .Certainly.Tell him yes. I'm so sorry. It's very important to me.Yes. Mac. All right. It's very important to you.000 out of my personal account and give it to him. Meanwhile. Okay.You don't expect to get away with this? . .Why not? I guess we can make you talk. I'll give it to him. If I don't get it in three minutes. Frazier will be splashed all over my hideout. Take $ 100. okay. I get you out of bed? Oh. What's up? Is he holding you? .No slip-ups.to get to the bank. Nice day for murder. I said I'd give it to him.Where's Frazier? . .
this is Rocky. Yeah. .. That means I'm being followed. when I walk past that window. Yeah.Give him the dough. Look.Frazier will be sprung. call that number I gave you. Hello. Unless I'm followed. What do I want with him? A hundred grand.suppose you don't produce Frazier. I got it. What you talk? You crazy? Yeah. See... Beat it and let him go. Hello.waiting for the phone to ring. look. . Okay. I got a better idea. Look. Hello.. Give him the dough. Hello. Poleano Vegetable Market.. How much you like Frazier? . We'll get him as soon as we see Frazier.. .. Give me a phone with an outside line. when I walk past your window.Well.. But don't call if you see me smoking a cigarette.. . Yeah. All right..
Get out of here and stash that someplace where it'll be safe.Get me the police station. Why. What are you doing. Rocky. when you can do it nice and legal? No trouble. I'm smart. . Rocky Sullivan snatched Frazier. And the top boys will like it. Okay.Be right up. Last night. Listen. kidding me? Yeah.Upstairs. Let me talk to Buckley. I'm gonna do something for you. Yeah.Soapy. Hello. Thanks for the tip. see. Buck? Mac. . Don't open it. my room.Where's Rocky Sullivan's room? . no fuss. Okay. Why don't you guys use your brains like I do? . What's the idea of bringing the cops in? Because I'm not a mug. I just paid off 100 grand to him. What you doing? I don't get you. Sure. Hello. I get you. . It's Mac Keefer. Yeah. I'm gonna give you a hot tip. you'd like rough stuff.
.Rocky said not to open it.This is it.Let's open it and see.Get your coat on.All right. yeah? . . . I was just asking.The dough. What did you do with it? .What the cops jug him for? . You forgot the garbage can.What dough? .How are you. You're not so funny. Come on. How'd you get away with it? . It's open. Rocky? .Wanna lose your hand? . Quiet! Quiet! .What do you think's in it? .Something valuable.Hello. Why all the artillery? Reading your life story. .What's the idea? . . Speed it up. Sullivan. Rocky. . It's killing me. . See? .Oh. Open up.Yeah. All right.Tell me what you're looking for. Come in.He didn't have time to tell me nothing. He gives me this and tells me to hide it.How should I know? .
We've got all the dope anyway. Just spill. that's all. . . .Yeah.Frazier. Sullivan got me at my home.It's already done. Maybe you'll leave the rough stuff to me. Rocky. You look terrible. . Well. is it my fault if those apes of yours can't get the right man? . . .That's good. . Oh. with a lot of rats and dirt.That's what you shouldn't have done. They don't know nothing.No.I'm letting the coppers take care of him. Who is your lawyer. You don't understand. You're all wrong.Don't know how you feel.You what? I tipped them off that he snatched you. sure. .Come on. . boys. And me with this in me shirt. .Hello.We was on a business trip. . I just got word they picked him up. .Did you put anybody after Sullivan? . Jim. .You should've seen them cops pass me on the stairs. Hello. There was no snatch. . It wasn't any picnic down in the cellar. Rocky? .You did that once too often.Let me call my lawyer.
sir. .We gotta pull him out of there.perpetrated the snatch and received the money. Listen. Thank you. what do you mean? A mistake in a pig's eye! You can't pull a thing like this on me. .Lf anybody pulled a boner. Sullivan evidently returned . Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Lawyer kidnapped! Extra! Extra! Lawyer kidnapped! Yes. . Little mistake. Yes. you'll have to spring Sullivan. Extra! "Two-gun Rocky Sullivan.Let me talk to him..Get me Buckley. .See you soon.. everything. Rocky.. Drive west. sir.He's got everything in my safe: Account books.. He's got evidence to back it up. If he's prosecuted for this kidnapping. . well-known gangster.Not if I can help it. He'll tear this whole town wide open. . I just learned it's all been a little mistake. he'll talk. names. addresses. . receipts. you did. Hello. Hello? Buckley? This is Mac.
000 smackers. ..Did you break out? . So what? So the kid has an idea.I got it. First you're in.Hey.Maybe it is.Never believe them." . And if Rocky does go up.Yeah. .. Rocky. Where's that envelope? . Rocky. the prominent attorney and playboy.I'll bet that dough's in the envelope. . Ransom asked was 100. I walked out.Boy. I got it. they certainly can't hold you. Rocky! Glad to see you. . You won't have to wait that long. .. .. let's have it! Wait a minute.directly to his boyhood haunt.. Leave it to Rocky. We was just talking about you. . That envelope goes to Rocky. . Rocky. and then you're out. Boy. .Come on. . see? Even if it gotta wait 20 years.Rocky! ..before he kidnapped James Frazier.following his release and was here a few days.. I'll get it for you..No.It said in the papers.. Here you are. it all belongs to us.. All right. you don't find that in poor boxes. .
.. Hey. . . . I don't know nothing.It's okay. that's the 100 grand the paper said you got.Put her there. ain't it? Asking questions again. . Cut that up any way you like.. see? No.I only thought it was. Rocky! All right. Yeah. Rock! .Just like you give it to me. someday you're gonna stick your nose. Yeah. and you're gonna get something in it. look. We once had a squealer in the gang. look. huh? Listen.. . .But you do know what guys get who talk.that goes for the rest of you. but now he ain't got no teeth.Hey. Here you are. . You understand? . Rocky.I'll see you in a couple days. don't have to worry about the guys. Yeah.Yeah. No.Certainly.Now we're pals. Soapy.. No. you don't know anything about this.Shut up! Now. Now. .Thanks.Sure! . .. I just saw it made. . .
About 100. how much you got there. . .You ought to join the circus. . Soapy? .Hey. Rocky? . Yeah.Come on.. Rock! Hey. .So long. My old man never made that much in his life working for the Department of Sanitation. . Rocky! .Have a good time! . . Jerry.Can I come in.Bye. A hundred? How come? It's twice as much as I got. Wait a minute. What are we gonna do with it? It's burning a hole through my hands.Yeah! Here's your cut. Rocky! . guys! . boy.You wanna make something out of it? .Let's go! . 50 simoleon.Fifty bucks! "Fifty bucks!" . Why you starting trouble? .No. . I'm gonna get me a pair of chromium-plated brass knuckles.Oh. .You pull in your ears.Yeah.Come on! .Come on.Yeah! And the same for the rest of you too. No. .He deserves it. Give me some of that.
they said you were out.What's up? The boys had a return game today. .They didn't keep you very long. Rocky.Plenty. . I've been answering a lot of questions all morning. . .Hello.Just a second! I wanna dry me hands. You know how it is with a guy with a record. You can't blame them for that. you gave me a terrific scare.How would I? Am I a nursemaid? No. Before I finished reading about your arrest. . Look. Thought they might be up here celebrating your release.Thought you might know where they were. With them. . A lot of them. Nothing to it. why don't you tell me what it's all about.What do you hear? What do you say? . and they haven't shown up. Haul him in because you have nothing else to do. Frazier and me were just away . I didn't mean that. . Rocky.What are you worrying about? . . Jerry.Hello. see. Jerry. can you? Rocky. it's kind of a hero worship.What do you say? You know. I can't locate them.
. Rocky.Well. Father.You did? Where? .Yeah.Okay. I have to admit. I'm gonna run along. . Well. Soapy and the gang. .Well.What? .Wonder where they got the money.So soon? .Yeah? Hello. Passing out beer to the neighborhood kids. I want to stay and talk to Rocky for a while. When will I see you. . Throwing dollar bills like confetti. I finally located our precious angels.I'll catch up with you. Father. Bye. that's all.No. . Sounds very nice to hear.on a business trip. . Father. I was pretty worried. Laury? . . .Hello.Spread a false alarm.Murphy's poolroom. .Coming. . What do you say? This looks like it's getting to be a big day. Some dope wanted to start trouble and have a laugh on the cops at the same time. Laury! . you might ask them. Rocky? . I'm gonna be going. .I'm glad it wasn't any more than that.
boys. Pasty? We wrote to Santa Claus. Where'd you get the dough. Get your one here. I guess. All bets covered! Come on.Hey. . . .What do you mean? All I bet was 5 bucks! .All right. bury that beef. there it was in our socks. Then when we woke up this morning.Well. will you? Pull in your head and get that off the table! Got a three ball off the corner. I know all the rules. give.Put your eight ball on the corner. .Am I right or wrong? . Shut up! . you know. ...Dirty tables aggravate me. Come on. You're the kind of gal that's smart enough to mind her own business. . . give. Give.Wait a minute. put it in. . All bets covered.Okay.. . Rocky. Five. .Give me another one.He owes me 5 bucks. boy! Eight bucks! Eight bucks! My mother has to work almost all week to make this much. Nice shot.You trying to gyp the kid or something? . Get your 10 here.Don't worry. see.You're gonna make this shot.
. Because we're having it here. Soapy? Everybody invited? Yeah. bring up another case. we just wanted to see what was going on in here..I got that covered.Give me two.What is this.. Soapy. Joe. . Hey. Small Change. Why don't you give it at the gym. All gamblers die broke. . Okay.Come on.double that bet on that shot. kids. go on. Giving a party. . okay? .. What about that game you asked for? Hey. Come on. Let's go to the gym. . . a raid? .All right.I got it covered. I'll take two. Weren't you boys going over to start that game? Sure. Father. you promised us another round of beers if you won. . Come on.Okay. All right. It's your murder.No.. What's the difference? Those chumps are paying for it. Maybe they're gonna make a Sunday school out of it.
fellas.. I got a sore leg.. honey. You got a bad break a long time ago. . What do you say.and you're still figuring that's the only way. there ain't no future in playing basketball.. and we'll figure this whole thing out." ..I don't know.Where did you get this money you've been spending? Hasn't anything I've told you for the last three years meant anything? You think that spending this kind of money. ..How about it. . ... see. Swing? . Look. . what do you say? Why not go with me..Can't a guy even have any fun? It's a waste of time. Father..with a lot of hoodlums is gonna get you anyplace but jail? Come on..we don't fall for that pie-in-the-sky stuff no more. Let's go over to the gym. how about you fellas? .Well. You're reading stuff about "crime don't pay.. Come on.. Bim? Father. Father. What's wrong? Can't you get them to go to heaven with you? You got the wrong slant.
You got a bet! Thirty-six. You don't get away from the cops every day. . See those white lights up there? That's where you belong. That's for smalltimers on shoestrings.For me.A very old one. Come here.. get it on. . .000 on red. Not people like us.Wants an eight. . . come on.Wants an eight. You belong in the bigshot class..Give the lady a stack of black chips.Well. . . Come on. an evening gown? . I hope that old gown of mine hangs together. . Got any glad rags. .For whom? . red.What will we be celebrating? All this! You don't get on the front pages every day. You do if you're smart.Place your bets. .We'll go out and celebrate.Here's 10. . something fancy. Well. . I'll show you who this town's made for.I wonder. Both of us do. and that's where you're going.Don't be a sucker.Look. .
. . .. Look here..Yeah. Rocky. we'll call it square. Jim.Don't be afraid. Let your hair down. All right.Oh. Just my original agreement with Frazier: That sounds fair enough. what about those accounts you took from my safe? Those are very good insurance.You boys really want to talk business? . look. ....Have some fun. Come on. Rocky.Nothing from you. . I'll be back in a while. ..Place your bets. Mac. let's talk. you don't like black. . It's a deal.But he wants black. of course. . I'm gonna take very good care . . I'm not lucky. .especially now that you're in the know of things. . I got some business.. Sure. .and it being a misunderstanding. and seeing how Jim owed you the dough..Change them to dollar chips. just in case you boys change your minds.Fifty dollars..I don't like black.Rocky Sullivan. Go ahead.How much are these? . Now.But. After I knew the facts. Rocky? . yes. . Try your luck. with no hard feelings. What do you want. .Okay.Oh.
That's me. my accountant will go over the books.Yeah. ... . If I was you. . ... Rocky. yeah. . . . And it'll be very nice to have at least one friend in this place. understand? A deal between you guys is a deal. If you don't mind. I wouldn't do anything I'd be sorry for.Okay.. Fair enough? . . just like it was on paper.You like this place? .Maybe you are smart enough.of those accounts. .. play a little... dance a little.Sure. How long do you think I'll let that guy sit in my chair? Just as long as he hangs on to that information. . How'd you like to give up that two-for-nickel job and move in here? Doing what? Just sitting. looking pretty.just to make sure you boys ain't cheating. Kind of a hostess. I do everything legal. I know that. Why wouldn't I? .Rocky.Just got a piece of it.Yeah. Give you 100 a week and expenses.because I'm gonna pay special attention to those books.Oh. partners.
If I'd known that this morning. but I can't accept it. nothing. I'd like to.Say. but I haven't got any money. I've had lunch waiting since noon.Come in. Rocky. What's it all about? You've got a great poker face. All right. so I brought it up. I could've saved some money. Oh. and it's not mine. Rocky. You wait. McGee. What's the matter? You silly? That ain't mine. I thought maybe it was important. What do you hear? What do you say? Trying your luck? Yes. where did you get ahold of that? . no. Make yourself at home. Is there anything wrong. what is it? Well. That's why I can't take it. Father? No. Thanks.Where did you? Here. I know it isn't. Jerry. . Thanks. . I won't have any lunch. then try to tell me the dough is mine. Hi. Thank you. Yes. I'll tell him you're here. then this package came by messenger. What is this? You flash this wad on me. Mrs. Except this.
Well. don't be a sucker! All right.. I've known that face for a long time. Second. come on. Frazier owed it to me. What good is it to teach . Yes. Never will be..and respect and admire and imitate. Everybody knows it. it isn't. .. Oh. I know you forced Frazier to get you $ 100. my boys will be clean.But don't forget. and outside. That's just it.000. It's mine. . Supposing I take the money. Inside the center.... Oh.. Criminals on all sides for my boys to look up to and revere. Rocky. Don't be such an angel. And I kid myself it's a means to an end. And suppose the dough is hot? Nobody knows that but you and me.. it's a lot better you get a chunk of it than him.they'd be surrounded by the same rotten corruption and crime and criminals. What's the difference where the dough came from? First place. yourself included. You want to get the center built? Go get it started! I don't want to build it on rotten foundations.
. Yes.as the successful businessman or popular hero..to pry open and uncover .. You show them the easiest way..and the rest of those rotten politicians you've got in the palm of your hand.. .from the bottom up. it's so. Rocky. I'm gonna use your kidnapping Frazier as a crowbar..... God help us.. and the Fraziers and the Keefers..I've got to start from the top down.. and you've got my boys too. after all. ain't it? Yes.. which.. .. You. Well.. . .. You see.when all around. Problems with my boys.Yeah? How? I'll tell you how. . The quickest way is with a racket or a gun. . they see that dishonesty is a better policy? The hoodlum and gangster is looked up to with the same respect... it's so. they are. you show me up.I thought I could solve my problems and....that honesty is the best policy.. But I can't do it. Whatever I teach them. .....
.. All right. go ahead. To admire you. You'll find nobody cares.l'll be sorry. but you'll be stepped on just as hard. All right. go to it.. Rocky.as I have of getting into Bible Society. there's one favor I'm gonna have to ask you. . But you've got as much chance of getting an indictment.to bring to the light of day this filthy affair.this cesspool. . give them a break.. corrupt or not. Rocky. For being honest and for old times' sake. End up a lot of blind alleys.. Maybe I won't be able to return it... I'm gonna force the law.... kid.and if you happen to get in the way. Now.. Don't encourage them to. there's gonna be a lot of people stepped on... why.. I'll do that. .. keep on stepping just as hard. And if I'm in your way. But go ahead. You'll find them laughing at you. Well. will you? Don't offer them any more money.. Soapy and those kids.. Anything you say... . Jerry.
The press will back you to the limit. go back through the police files and find out.Sure. You'll go into the fight personally? Devote your full time to it? Believe me when I say. Father Connolly. Thank you. and I appreciate it.. Jenkins. The other papers have gone to great lengths to explain the risks to me. nothing would please me any more. I'm with you. If he'd ever been mixed up with Sullivan. I really would.how many of Keefer's men have been sprung since Frazier moved in. Pap. Very well.. I don't care where you get the dope but get it. But we can't get away with it. . Father Connolly. I'd like to help you. Get me the inside on Frazier and Keefer's bank accounts. you will. Why are you hounding Rocky? Why are you trying to send him to prison for life? . Mr. White. get me all the information you can on Frazier before he got to town. You know what you're asking of me? Yes. The lid is off on expenses... The organization is too powerful to fight.
Oh. .. fought together. But he's not bad. ... . no matter what he is now. They made a criminal out of him.. I'm not blaming Rocky for what he is today.. we both love him.. And whatever they've done to him.. there walk I.hundreds of them. You see. Father. . Yes.we both love him. Laury. I won't let you. there's all those other kids....but it wouldn't. Laury... We worked together.no matter whether he's right or wrong.. You know that.anything in the world to help him.You can't do that to Rocky..whom I don't want to see grow up like Rocky did. . not really bad. in the streets and bad environment.. .. .. Laury.. Stole together. I'd do anything for him... I'd give my life if I thought it would do any good. It's not his fault. Father. He was just a kid who made a mistake and got sent to reform school. But for the grace of God.... I've loved him since we were kids..
I can't sacrifice them for Rocky. You see, Laury, they have lives too. I can't throw them away. I can't. And the very fact that countless thousands of you are listening in tonight... ... is proof to fling in the teeth of these cynics and skeptics... ... that the public does care and does propose to do something... ... about the appalling conditions I have tried to describe tonight. And do not doubt that our efforts so far have not struck fear and panic... ... into the cesspool of official and near-official corruption. Yeah, I'm shaking like a leaf. "This very afternoon, I was approached with a sugarcoated proposition... ...a bribe offered me by this corrupt officialdom. $ 100,000 for the building and equipment of a recreation center in my parish... ...if I would agree to refrain from further attacks... ... if I would sabotage this campaign... ... if I would shut my eyes, stop my ears and hold my tongue. But the building of an isolated playground to shield my boys from crime... ...is not rooting out the crime itself.
We must rid ourselves of the criminal parasites that feed on us. We must wipe out those we have ignorantly elected... ... and those who manipulate this diseased officialdom behind locked doors. Tonight, we have in our power to ask definitely... ... incriminating questions of these officials. And the power to demand satisfactory answers. What really is the truth in the case of the racketeer and gunman Rocky Sullivan? Why did the police release him so suddenly with all the evidence they had against him? Why did the notorious Mac Keefer pay Sullivan $ 100,000 in cash... ... and what political sword does he hold over the trembling hands... ... of district attorneys, judges and police officials? But tomorrow, the new grand jury will meet, and these questions must be answered. Therefore, I ask all of you who are listening in..." And you thought you could buy him off? - I told you you were wasting your time. - We ain't wasting any more time. That was that guy's last chance. We're gonna take care of him tonight. You're talking through your hat. You can't bump off a priest.
Forget it. I'll forget it. Tomorrow morning, when he's floating down the river. Now, get this straight, Sullivan. Even if he is an old pal of yours, I'm still running the works. I'm not taking orders from you all of a sudden. He's not gonna appear at no grand jury tomorrow. Shooting off his mouth... I say he gets it tonight. - Not if I'm around. - Now, wait a minute, gentlemen. There's no sense in running too far ahead of ourselves. Don't forget, there are all kinds of grand juries... ...and there's all kinds of ways of handling them. That's what you got me for. - Lf you can do a thing legally, why take a...? - Sure, only I want action. I don't care how we stop that guy, I only want him stopped. All right, then leave it to me. You know, Rocky... ...this is no penny-ante reform wave this priest is starting. This is a tidal wave, and unless we stop it quick... ...we're gonna find ourselves in the pen.
and he's a priest. to make them public if anything happens to Rocky. I'm taking care of this job myself. why not get those accounts too? Yeah. . you see? That's out. Get Blackie up here right away. Frazier. I knew that.That's why he can be a wise guy. Only this time. . That ain't news to me.So what? Where would be the logical place for Rocky to keep those accounts? With a priest. But lay off the rough stuff. If we're gonna get that preacher tonight. That preacher won't get to first base. nobody knows better than me that we're in a spot.Look. I don't care how you handle Sullivan. I know that. Mac. . Mac. Now listen. as far as I'm concerned. . no drugstore mistakes. I've got an idea how we can stymie that grand jury. And. Don't worry. I hope you were stalling. . Mac. you can settle it any way you like. I'll see you later. This is the way I figure it.Connolly is Rocky's pal.All right. I meant what I said.
MacMahon. stand back. you won't. O'Flannigan. Is Father Connolly still there? I must talk to him. no. . Rocky! Don't! Don't! . Leave that to me. captain. They've chased him up on the roof of the El Toro. cover the warehouse skylights. It's urgent. . give him the tear gas. captain. Here's the microphone. You've had your last chance. Please. Gunfight at the El Toro.I'll do anything.Come on. or must we smoke you out? All right.Well? . There he is! Sullivan. I never let go of those papers.It's locked. Take this with you. Come on. .It's got to look like an accident with the priest. All you had to do was bump me off. Shoot it off. . you men. .Rocky Sullivan. with me. He got Frazier and Keefer. are you coming out. throw a cordon around the block. hook up those searchlights and play them on the building.Oh. Galavan.
Thank you. you've got to come out! I'm coming up. I couldn't watch them shoot you down. He'll come out for me. Officers. They've got you covered from every angle. an old friend of Rocky's.Captain. Rocky? .Go ahead. or you want him alive? .Rocky.What do you mean by that? He'll listen to me. Rocky. Rocky. Rocky! Rocky. He'll listen to me. I'm Father Connolly.You wanna kill him. . Tell him we'll get him.What are you doing up here? Beat it! I'm coming in. Please come out. . This is a job for the police. . this is Jerry. Rocky. if we have to blow up the whole block. He'll need a priest later. . Father. hold your fire. You wanna get your skull full of lead? Get out of here! You're smarter than to stick your kisser in this place. I'm sure. Won't you let me talk to him? .
get them up. are you all right? Go on. Jerry. Yeah. Call off your men. or I'll let him have it! Get away! Back around. You're through. but get going.Your only chance is to give yourself up. Sure. Rocky. Get them up high. Get over there and tell them to call off their dogs. High! Get back. Sorry it has to be you. Get away. I'm going down with you. you are. all of them! Sullivan's coming out with me. Empty. but stand by. copper. Let's go. So is your thick skull. kid. Come on. Hold your fire. You're finished. . Jerry! Got him in the leg. all of you. Come on. Father Connolly. I was until you stepped into it. I'll give it to him right in the head! Back! Duck. men.
He'll show those mugs how to die in a big way. Sure. Sullivan. . he's appointing a special shyster. .There's nothing yellow about Rocky.You mean he'll blow it? . State builds strong case. he will. Sure. Boy.Just wait. . He'll do it too. I'd like to get my hands on those squealers. They'll never make him crack." Gee. Remember what he said at the trial? He said he'd spit in their eye. that's tough.You bet. you think they'll burn him in the chair? No. To die. .Extra! Identify killer! Papers! Get your papers! Extra! Extra! Get your papers! Identify killer! Gee. Just wait. Rocky. they can't build no death house that'll hold Rocky. He'll laugh at them. he'll show those phonies up." That dope of a governor's so scared of Rocky. Sure. that's all. Father Connolly has received permission to be with you. "Rocky guilty. "Special prosecutor for trial of Rocky today.
Did you enjoy your dinner. will you! . Mr. big shot.Hello. How do you feel? . now! Quiet. send him in. do you? Listen. you got only Don't try stalling around with that priest pal of yours. won't you? Yeah. Quiet. wise guy.He just arrived. Rocky. You'll see him. . Quiet. sure. But tell him none of that incense and holy-water stuff. only the meat was burnt. will you? Whatever you say.Come on! Take him out of there! . Herbert. Hi.How much time? About 10 minutes. What do you hear? What do you say? .Like a million. Sullivan? Yeah. . Somebody get him out of here. Ten minutes till that hot seat. it was good. Jerry. Rocky. And I don't like burnt meat.Get him out of there! Let him alone. I'm gonna tell the electrician to give it to you slow and easy.How are you? .
there is.. . Jerry. They're gonna ask.. .No.Pulling for you all the way.I know that. . Rocky. We haven't got a lot of time. I had that cut out of me a long time ago. I want to ask one last favor... Walking in there? That's not gonna take much.But you're not afraid. Suppose I asked you to have the heart.as long as there's the slightest hope from the governor. I don't think I got one. Perhaps more than you could do under any other circumstances. "Sure. Rocky. If you have the courage for it.They'll be easier to handle without me. . and I know you have. . . huh? .What do you mean? Suppose the guards dragged you out of here screaming for mercy. Rocky. "Anything to say?" I'll say. But I'm afraid I can't oblige them. Rocky? .It's like a barber chair." .Yes.How's Soapy and the kids? . kid.. give me a haircut. .To be scared. . I think to be afraid. you gotta have a heart. They'd like me to be.There's not much left that I can do.That's up to you. kid. You know. a shave and one of those new electric massages. .
I want you to let them down... Now you're gonna be a glorified hero in death. The kind that you and I and God know about.. all through your life. Soapy and several of the others. Tell him not to be afraid. ...Suppose you went to the chair yellow. They've gotta despise your memory. Rocky. you've been a hero to these kids and hundreds of others. You can well imagine what they told me. . Well. it's born in heaven.and to go out laughing. what's the matter with you? You've been worrying about my courage. what do you want? I'm not gonna let them down. tell Rocky to show the world what he's made of." .. The kind that's. Rocky. . Not the courage of heroics and bravado. "Father.. Look.Well. I know that. This is a different kind of courage.. They've got to be ashamed of you. and I want to prevent that. That's what I want you to do.Yellow? Say.. just before I came up here. See. the boys saw me off on the train. Rocky. I don't know what you mean.
Rocky." You and I will know you're not. Named names. turn yellow so those kids will think I'm no-good? You're asking me to throw away the only thing I got left that they can't take away.It's impossible to do it without your help.You're asking me to pull an act. To give those newspapers a chance to say. Don't give me that humanity stuff again. The reason I'm asking is because being kids together gave me the idea.. I can't reach all of those boys.that you might like to join hands with me. Jerry. Asking me to crawl on my belly the last thing I do. You wanna help those kids..and save some of those other boys from ending up here. "Another rat turned yellow. I had enough in the courtroom.figure out some other way. Told everything. I know what I'm asking.... You ask a nice little favor. .. . . You're asking too much. Told the whole mess... ... Thousands of hero-worshiping kids all over the country. Straighten yourself out with God.. . What more do you want? What I've always wanted..
Come on. Lay off. don't! It's time. if. Attaboy. screw. Rocky. Pick your own company. or I'll bust your face in. That is. big shot. Rocky. Rocky. You figure on going in with me? . We won't be long. . Be kind of lonesome going down that last mile. I promise you won't hear me. I can't ask for anything else. Promise me you won't let me hear you pray.. stand back. . take care of him.Do you mind. Thompson.I'd like to. That's better. . Don't get near me now.Outside of that. Rocky. Rocky. I'll spit in your eye. So long. So long. Promise me something. laughing at you. Are you ready? Yeah. Get away from me.. Well. It'll be the last face you see.Certainly not. Herbert. I don't need anybody. Father? .You can if you wish.
than he tore himself from the guards' grasp.." . .. No.. "At the fatal stroke of 11 p. In contrast to his former heroics. No.. please...m... please! Okay. please let go of me! Please don't kill me! Oh. kid. . May God have mercy on you. please! Don't make me burn in hell! Oh. screaming for mercy... Rocky... .. So long. I don't want to die! Oh..Rocky. Goodbye.he clawed wildly the concrete floor with agonized shrieks.flung himself on the floor.Rocky Sullivan died a coward.. hold him down there! Please don't kill me! The yellow rat was gonna spit in my eye.. And as they dragged him to the electric chair. please! I don't want to die! Oh. Rocky was led through the little green door of death. No sooner had he entered the death chamber. don't kill me.. .
I tell you! Hey. He ought to know. Father. not Rocky! He couldn't. He'll tell us everything. I'll.. All right.I don't believe one rotten word of it. He died like they said. . fellas. fellas. . its operators... More Movie Scripts This website. You saw everything..I don't believe it. boys. Let's ask him. What happened? Did Rocky die like they said? Like a yellow rat? It's true.I don't believe it either.. Here's Father Connolly. and all content contained on this site relating to The Simpsons is not authorized by 20th Century FOX™ . It's all lies! Lies. He couldn't die that way. You were there..say a prayer for a boy who couldn't run as fast as I could. . Every word of it. If anybody says it's true. Let's go and.
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