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J. Worthington Foulfellow (Character)
from Pinocchio (1940)
Foulfellow: So, Coachman, what's your proposition?
The Coachman: How would you blokes like to make some real money?
[pulls out a big bag of gold pieces, which he drops on the table with a loud clank]
Foulfellow: [his eyes widen] Well! And who do we have to...
[makes a throat slashing gesture]
The Coachman: No, no, no... nothing like that. You see...
[moves his eyes slowly left and right with Foulfellow briefly following suit, then leans in with a slight whisper]
The Coachman: I'm collecting stupid little boys.
Foulfellow: Stupid little boys?
The Coachman: You know... the disobedient ones that are playing hooky from school.
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