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: [Woody shows Hobo Joe and Hobo Moe his guitar case which says 'THIS MACHINE KILLS FASCISTS'
] You wouldn't be stashing no weapons in there, son? Woody Guthrie
: No sir, not in any literalized way.
: [the jump cut into this scene occurs after Hobo Joe or Hobo Moe has, apparently, asked the 11-year-old African American boy who call himself Woody Guthrie where he's from
] Well, Missouri, originally. A little town called Riddle. Hobo Joe
: [the rest of this dialogue is an almost exact paraphrase of dialogue from the 1957 film, A Face in the Crowd
] Uh, is there really a town called Riddle? Woody Guthrie
: Well, tell you the flat truth, it's just a sort of a whatchamacallit, a... Hobo Joe
: ...A composite. Woody Guthrie
: Compost heap's more like it.