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: [the first meet - about to start his car when suddenly a hand reaches in and snatches the keys. It's Max Caddy!
] Max Cady
] Free as a bird. You go wherever you want with whomever. Sam Bowden
: I'd like my keys back please. Max Cady
: Could it be you don't remember me? Sam Bowden
: I remember you. You were at the movies the other night. Max Cady
: I'm disappointed. I'm hurt. Sam Bowden
: I would like my keys. Max Cady
: Max Cady. You look the same. Maybe 15 pounds heavier. But they say the average man gains a pound a year till he's about... Come on. Gains a pound a year till he's about 60. Me? I dropped a pound every year in my sentence. Sam Bowden
: Atlanta. July 1977? Max Cady
: You got it.
[looks at keys and adds
] Max Cady
: Fourteen years since I held a set of keys.
: I'm Virgil and I'm guidin' you through the gates of Hell. We are now in the Ninth Circle, the Circle of Traitors. Traitors to country! Traitors to fellow man! Traitors to GOD! You, sir, are charged with betrayin' the principles of all three! Quote for me the American Bar Association's Rules of Professional Conduct, Canon Seven. Sam Bowden
: "A lawyer should represent his client... " Max Cady
: "Should ZEALOUSLY represent his client within the bounds of the law." I find you guilty, counselor! Guilty of betrayin' your fellow man! Guilty of betrayin' your country and abrogatin' your oath! Guilty of judgin' me and sellin' me out! With the power vested in me by the kingdom of God, I sentence you to the Ninth Circle of Hell! Now you will learn about loss! Loss of freedom! Loss of humanity! Now you and I will truly be the same...
: So what happened, your wife let the dog out and Cady abducted him and... Sam Bowden
: No, my wife didn't let the dog out. Lieutenant Elgart
: So he came into the house? Now that's illegal entry... Sam Bowden
: No, he didn't come into the house either. Now look, I'm not a cop, I don't know how he did it, all I know is that he DID it.
: I know how the dog died. Leigh Bowden
: Sam, are you dreaming? Sam Bowden
: No, no, I just had the weirdest feeling that he
] Sam Bowden
: was already in the house.
: My wife found some marijuana in one of Danni's schoolbooks, we don't know if Cady gave it to her, but she's scared and won't talk to us, now this has gone far enough. Claude Kersek
: Did you call the police? Sam Bowden
: No I didn't call the police, what did you call them? Slow, slobbery, skeptical...
: He says we're fugitives! Danielle
: What does that mean? Sam Bowden
: That means we're doing something right!
: So, here we are, two lawyers for all practical purposes talking shop. Sam Bowden
: How much do you want Mr. Cady? Max Cady
: How much do I want what? Sam Bowden
: How much money do you want? Max Cady
: Money? Counselor, do I look destitute you. Sam Bowden
: Well I'm open to discussion within reasonable limits. Max Cady
: You ever been a woman. Sam Bowden
: What? Max Cady
: A woman... some fat, hairy hillbilly's wet dream.
: Because I knew he brutally beat and rapped her Max Cady
: Talk... TO ME! I'm Right HERE
] Sam Bowden
: Just because she was promiscuous... Didn't give YOU THE RIGHT TO RAPE HER! But YOU BRAGGED you beat TWO prior rapes... you were a menace! Max Cady
] YOU WERE MY LAYWER... You Were My Lawyerthat report could've saved me FOURTEEN YEARS Sam Bowden
] Your Probably Right Max Cady
] YOU SELF-RIGHTEOUS FUCK!
Police Chief Mark Dutton
: [Bowden has told Dutton that he's worried about Max Cady
] You have a dog don't you, Sam? Sam Bowden
: She couldn't bite through a doughnut; but she's a good barker. Police Chief Mark Dutton
: Well, that's good enough. I'll call you when they pick him up.
: [tries to pay Cady to leave town; Cady wants revenge
] You shocking degenerate. I've seen the worst - the dregs - but you... you are the lowest. Makes me sick to breathe the same air.
[leaves the bar
] Max Cady
: [Bowden has shot Cady and is holding the gun on him
] Go ahead. I just don't give a damn. Sam Bowden
: No. No! That would be letting you off too easy, too fast. Your words - do you remember? Well I do. No, we're gonna take good care of you. We're gonna nurse you back to health. And you're strong, Cady. You're gonna live a long life... in a cage! That's where you belong and that's where you're going. And this time for life! Bang your head against the walls. Count the years - the months - the hours... until the day you rot!
: It's a mistake to teach women how to tell time. They always use it against you.