The Kingfish figures there's a profit to be made, if he can insert himself as the middleman in acquiring the twenty turkeys that Sapphire needs for her woman's club dinner.

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Alvin Childress ...
Spencer Williams ...
Andy (as Spencer Williams Jr.)
Tim Moore ...
Ernestine Wade ...
Johnny Lee ...
Amanda Randolph ...
Mama (credit only)
Nick Stewart ...
Lightnin' (as Nick O'Demus)
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The Kingfish figures there's a profit to be made, if he can insert himself as the middleman in acquiring the twenty turkeys that Sapphire needs for her woman's club dinner.

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29 November 1951 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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Although the basement is full of turkeys, a white chicken can be seen sitting up near the window ledge when Lightning begins to feed the turkeys. See more »

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Andrew 'Andy' Hogg Brown: Kingfish, I don't know about this turkey deal. I don't know whether I understand it or not. Uh, you say we is equal partners in this, huh?
George 'Kingfish' Stevens: Oooh - certainly, Andy. This a fifty-fifty proposition. Now into the corporation, I puts in my brain, my ingenuity, my integrity, and my vast experience in the business world. And all that, uh, you contributes to match this great gesture of mine is the measly sum of seventy-five dollars cash.
Andrew 'Andy' Hogg Brown: You know, Kingfish, you is one fella that can really make money ...
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