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: I have to believe that when things are bad I can change them.
: I got you another fight Jim Braddock
: Ha ha, go to hell.
: For two hundred and fifty dollars I would fight your wife! Joe Gould
: Now you're dreaming Jim Braddock
: ...and your grandmother, at the same time. Joe Gould
: Teeth in or teeth out? Jim Braddock
: Take 'em out! Joe Gould
: Then you're dead, you're down, you're gone, no chance! Jim Braddock
: Two hundred and fifty bucks? Joe Gould
: Two hundred and fifty bananas! Jim Braddock
: [rushes to hug him
: Max, my wife Mae. Max Baer
: You are far too pretty to be a widow. Jim Braddock
: That's not nice, Max. Not nice. Come on.
[starts to leave
] Max Baer
: On second thought, maybe I can comfort you after he's gone. Joe Gould
: Hey, I said shut your goddamn mouth, you punk! Mae Braddock
: [Mae throws her drink in Max's face
] Jim Braddock
: Sorry. Send me the cleaning bill. Max Baer
: Get that boys? Now he's got his wife doing his fighting for him! Jim Braddock
] Jim Braddock
: Ain't she something?
: You think you're telling me something? Like, what, boxing is dangerous, something like that? You don't think working triple shifts and at night on a scaffold isn't just as likely to get a man killed? What about all those guys who died last week living in cardboard shacks to save on rent money just to feed their family, 'cause guys like you have not quite figured out a way yet to make money off of watching that guy die? But in my profession - and it is my profession - I'm a little more fortunate.
: Bob Johnson, Boston Globe. Two days ago, we ran a story about you giving your relief money back. Can you tell our readers why? Jim Braddock
: I believe we live in a great country, a country that's great enough to help a man financially when he's in trouble. But lately, I've had some good fortune, and I'm back in the black. And I just thought I should return it.
: You drove all the way out here to talk about the weather? Joe Gould
: Maybe I was in the neighborhood! Did you ever think of that? A little fresh air! Jim Braddock
: Hey Joe, this is Jersey. Joe Gould
: Good point... yeah
] Joe Gould
: good point... I got you a fight.
: What're ya doin'? Howard Braddock
: Nothin'. I'm bein' good. I'm bein' quiet. I'm bein' "hayved"
: Is that a ghost I'm seeing? An apparition? Or is it James J. Braddock the Bulldog of Burgen? Jim Braddock
: Sporty Lewis, how ya doing?
: [Between rounds
] You gotta stop some of those lefts! Jim Braddock
: You see any gettin' past my head?
: [to his former business partners
] the thing is I can't afford to pay the heat and I had send my kids to live with relatives, they keep cutting shifts down at the dock, you just don't get picked every day, I sold everything I got to anybody who would buy, I went on public assistance at the relief office, they gave me nineteen dollars, I need another eighteen dollars and thirty eight cents so I can pay the heating bill and get the kids back, you all know me well enough to know, if I had anywhere else to go I wouldn't be here, if you could help me through this time I would surely be grateful