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: How does a high school kid get a gun? Linc Hayes
: Are you kidding, Pete? People can just walk up to a counter and buy one. Just like bubble gum.
: Who's behind this car racket thing? I mean who's the big man? Doc Lightener
: What do you think I've been staying alive for? To find out.
: Where's Julie? Gandy
: I don't know! Pete Cochran
: She's not in her apartment! And there's a smell of chloroform there! Gandy
: Please, they'll kill me! Pete Cochran
: What do you think WE'RE going to do?
: Did she listen? Linc Hayes
: I hope so.
] Julie Barnes
: What's so funny? Linc Hayes
: I wish someone would've said the same thing to me.
: Big Daddy? Julie Barnes
: Modesty's not his bag. Linc Hayes
: Sounds like a B-movie - Teenage Loan Shark.
[Julie hits Pete across the head
: Nice job. Pete
: Okay, I really did not like that at all, all right? Let me just explain somethin'. I was blending. Julie
: You just blended your ass right out of the club, man Pete
: Oh, come on! They're gonna let me back in the club. Julie
: Oh no, I believe the words were "you're gone for-f*cking-ever." Greer's gonna kick your ass Pete
: Hey you know what? Eat me. Julie
: Come on. Lets go. You wanna lose another fight, Petey? Pete
: No. Who was the guy that you were talkin' to all night? Julie
: What guy? Pete
: Yeah, "what guy." What guy? Linc
: A suspect? Julie
: What? No. I don't even know what he's talkin' about. God, how could you see anything? You had your head buried in a pair of tits all night. Pete
: I could see things because I got eyes behind my head, all right? Julie's got a boyfriend. Julie's got... Julie
: Please grow up! Pete
: Let's all together, in harmony.
: Hey ma mere. Where you going with that fine little ass baby? Why don't ya get out on the street earn a real living huh, start hustling (laughing) Julie
: What? Det. Tricky
: She digs me. You have your hall pass young lady? Julie
: Yeah you wanna see my hall pass? Det. Tricky
: Yeah and I wanna see you in detention. Pete
: Hey hey, why do you have to be such a pussy huh, leave her alone alright. Det. Tricky
: Who are you calling a pussy? Pussy!
: Man this job sucks. Linc
: Beats jail. Julie
: A deal's a deal.
: Yeah, Bob!
: [Sculpting a bust of his father
] It's amazing. When his father found the steamship company things were so simple. You hired a man, paid him what he deserved. A fair wage for a good day's work. Linc Hayes
: The good old days, Mr. Marney? Van Marney
: Quite. Before the day of the anarchist, the agitator. Nobody told you whom to hore, what to pay them. There was no bargaining with rabble. A man earned the dollar or he did not. Simple. Linc Hayes
: And if there was no job he went hungry. Pete Cochran
: Are we here to talk about business or philosophy? Van Marney
: How does one really separate the two?
: I think you already know what's happening here. Linc Hayes
: It doesn't take Einstein. A storehouse full of weapons, combat training, blue-eyed Nordic types. You're starting your own private army. Van Marney
: Somebody has to. Pete Cochran
: You gonna save the world, Marney? Van Marney
: What's worth saving. Pete Cochran
: That's Hitler's theme, a little variation. Van Marney
: Now you're bright, very bright. Can't you see what's happening to this country? In this country? Linc Hayes
: Yeah, loud and clear. Van Marney
: It's strength being sapped by its lowest elements: militants, protesters, agitators, anarchists. Grisly people reducing a civilization to rubble. Sooner or later the explosion will come. They'll kill each other off. Pete Cochran
: Somebody's got to pick up the pieces. Your little group? Van Marney
: The Brotherhood. Linc Hayes
: Twenty men? Van Marney
: Twenty at a time. Trained here and sent to other parts of the country to train others. Would a membership of... ten thousand impress you? Linc Hayes
: That's a lot of bedsheets. Van Marney
: Oh, you're wrong. We're not anti anything. We're just pro-American. All open and above board.
: [Watching the weapons being loaded onto a truck
] That's a beautiful sight. Julie Barnes
: Even more beautiful if all those guns were just dumped into the sea. Capt. Adam Greer
: Yeah, in about two hours, Julie. The tug's waiting. Our tug. Julie Barnes
: Wouldn't it be nice if all the guns in the world were on board? Linc Hayes
: Wouldn't change anything. It's not the guns; it's the people who use them.
: Hey, Dr. Kildare, your ambulance is right on time!
: Is the Captain all right? Pete Cochran
: He's feeling much better. Linc Hayes
: Yeah, but wait till he gets my bill!
] Pete Cochran
: After today, man, I really believe that the best things in life are free. Linc Hayes
: Just being alive. Pete Cochran
: Just being alive.
: [Driving through the desert
] Man, I've never seen anything like it before. Miles and miles of just plain nothin'. It's funny; I expect to see a lifeguard. Pete Cochran
: What? Linc Hayes
: City dude's logic. This much sand? It's just gotta lead to a beach. I'll let you in on a secret. In my whole life I've never been this far away from concrete. It's kinda different.
: You don't think he bought the cover? Pete Cochran
: It's hard to tell, but I didn't buy his. Jennings, the cook, the nervous brother... Linc Hayes
: The jive grease monkey. Pete Cochran
: It's an uptight town, man. They're hiding something. Linc Hayes
: And if you're right about the hat, the captain's in the middle of it.
: And when did you become John Wayne? Linc Hayes
: Oh, no, baby - Jim Brown.
: Where can I drop you? Pete Cochran
: Anywhere. Anywhere but the hole you're falling into. It's too hard to crawl out of.
Capt. Adam Greer
: [Last lines
[Pete, Linc, and Greer are leaving the station when they see Laughton get into his car
] Capt. Adam Greer
: Look at that. A good cop gets racked up and that scum goes free. Is that justice? Pete Cochran
: Pete: You know the answer to that.
: Sue, there's two kinds of friends - those who stick around when they need you, and those who stick around when you need them.
: A bug? What are you, James Bond? Pete Cochran
: Don't knock it. He's still alive.
: Wait a minute, insurance confuses me. Pete Cochran
: Well, it's simple, angel. Let me put it this way - if Billy dies, Mitch gets $200,000 dollars.
: Oh, man, what a pad! Pete Cochran
: If you're a zombie.