Midnight Run CD1
Hey, Marvin, what are you doin'?
He's mine, Jack. Get lost. - Fuck you.
He's mine. Eddie assigned him to me. What are you doing?
Straighten it out with Eddie. I'll collect the money.
I almost got killed. He shot at me. - Back off!
I'm taking him. This guy's worth 1.200.
What the hell we fightin' for? We're friends.
Nothing personal, but fuck off.
Take it easy. Jesus! Marvin, watch out!
What the fuck's goin' on? You guys ain't cops.
No, we're ballet dancers.
Your mother teach you how to react to strangers?
Not shoot at 'em?
Hey, Marvin, thanks for the car.
You sleep, and I'll bring it back a little later.
Got a delivery for you, Gooch.
Good. The soda machine's been out for a week and a half.
Check that for me.
What've we got here?
All right. Give you any trouble?
Did you give me any trouble?
Fuck you, man! - He didn't give me trouble.
If you want your arms, walk. - Fuck you, too!
Mascone's Bail Bonds.
No, it's cash only. No checks, no cards.
I'm sorry, ma'am. That's the policy.
I wish I could help you out. Sorry.
Just dropped off Bouchet. Is Eddie in?
So you finally caught someone, Jack.
Jerry, is he in?
Been tryin' to reach you. What do you got for me?
You were tryin' to reach me? Bouchet.
Bouchet. Good score, Jack. Nine-hundred, right?
No, it's 1.200. - No, nine.
That's 1.200. Come on.
No. Yeah, you're right.
My stomach's killin' me. I'm goin' to Chin Loo's for breakfast.
I wanna talk to you. - About what?
I'll talk to you over there. - Could I have my money first?
Of course. You think I'm gonna try to stiff you?
You? Never! He would never try and stiff me.
Do I detect sarcasm? - Never.
Where have I inherited this reputation?
I have never done business with anybody...
and Jerry is my witness, that I have ever, ever, ever
Has that phone ever rang with a complaint about me?
Never. So let's go. I'll buy you some breakfast.
I don't eat breakfast. - Then have an early lunch. Let's go.
You ever hear of Jonathan Mardukas?
The Duke. Yeah, I know who he is. - What do you know?
He's that accountant that embezzled millions from some Vegas wise guy.
He gave it to charity. - Very good.
Only thing is, it wasn't a couple of million. It was $15 million.
It wasn't some Vegas wise guy. It was Jimmy Serrano.
I know. I can read the papers.
Look, I don't wanna bring up the past, but...
isn't it Serrano who ran you out of Chicago when he was runnin' things then?
He didn't run me out. - You gave up bein' a cop to do this?
All right, what's the point? - The point, Jack?
I bailed out the accountant. I didn't know who he was at the time.
Had I known, there was no way I would've put up the bond.
It's only time before Serrano vanishes this guy from the planet...
and I'm out $450.000.
You're out $450.000 on this guy?
No, because I got you. You're the best. You'll find him and bring him back.
How do you know he's still alive?
Because this guy is crazy.
He sends postcards to Serrano...
tellin' him what a great time he's havin' with his money.
How much time do you got left? - Friday midnight I default.
I eat the $450.000. - This Friday?
That's five days. Forget it. You go find him. Give me my money.
Listen to me.
I'll give you $50 grand.
$50 grand? I gotta chase you down for $1.200. Forget it.
No, Jack, please... - Forget about it. What else you got?
This is it. If you don't find this guy, I'm outta business.
Eddie, I'll do it for $100.000.
$100.000! Are you outta your mind?
This is an easy gig. It's a midnight run, for Chris sakes!
Maybe you haven't noticed, but I'm tired of gettin' shot at.
I'm tired of this miserable fuckin' business, every lowlife that I run into.
If you're gonna pay me, you gotta pay me what's right.
You want me for this job, give me what's right.
The guy is an accountant. He's not gonna shoot you.
All you have to do is find him...
put him in a bag, hit him with a rubber hose, bring him home.
That's easy for you to say. Listen to me.
It's $100.000. No more, no less. And I want a contract.
Contract? - Right, and I want it in writing.
$100.000 and I'll have the Duke here for you by Friday night.
Now, can I have my $1.200, please?
You do worse than any crook I ever put a bond up for.
Hey, Big Dog. How are you? What are you doin' here?
I need a favor.
I need to see the booking slip of Jonathan Mardukas.
Here you go.
The number he called right after he was arrested.
212 area code. Looks like I'm goin' to New York.
Are you Jack Walsh?
Excuse me. - Are you Jack Walsh?
Do I know you? - Alonzo Mosely, FBl.
That's a nice badge. How can I get one of those?
I wanna talk.
Call my social secretary. - Very funny.
I wanna talk to you. - Take your hands off me!
Geez! Take it easy!
It's a $10 fine for jaywalking in L.A. - Oh, shut up!
I want to know if you're working on anything to do with Jonathan Mardukas?
Never heard of him. - I believe you have heard of him.
We've been working on this Jimmy Serrano thing for six years.
Mardukas is my shot.
I'm gonna bring him in to federal court.
I don't want any third-rate rent-a-thug who couldn't cut it as a Chicago cop...
bringing him to L.A. on some bullshit local charge.
Do I make myself understood?
Can I ask you something?
These sunglasses, they're really nice. Are they government issue...
or do all you guys go get 'em at the same store?
Do I make myself understood? - Can't you take a joke?
Get him outta here.
Let's talk some more. - Get the fuck outta here.
If I hear anything, I'll let you know.
Have a nice day.
Could I have my sunglasses back? - Here's your sunglasses.
Thanks. Thanks for this too.
Looks fine to me.
Harold Longman, please.
Harry? Jack Walsh. How ya doin'?
You got that address check on that phone number for me?
Okay. Thanks a lot, Harry. Say hello to Julie for me.
You Jack Walsh?
Who wants to know? - Answer "yes".
We'd like to have a word with you. - Yeah? What about?
It involves big cash, lotta prizes.
I'll make it short. The people I work for are interested in your visit.
Yeah? Who do you work for? - Your old friend from the Chicago days.
You're here for the Duke. You think he's in New York, and we think you're right.
That's a nice jacket. What is it, goat skin?
Come on, Joey, please, will ya? Never mind him.
I hear you didn't cooperate with my boss a few years back.
Is that what you heard? - Yeah, but I got a news flash.
He'd pay a lot more for the Duke than that bail bondsman in L.A.
How much more? - How about a one with six zeroes?
Are you gonna propose? - Propose?
'Cause if you're not, quit starin' at me, okay?
You're staring at me. - Joey, back off, will you, please?
Mr. Walsh, your car's located in space number 206.
You can catch our shuttle bus just through these doors.
Thank you. - Here's my number, Jack.
Ask for Tony Darvo. That's me. They'll put you through to wherever I am.
And be good to yourself this time, okay?
Tell Jimmy I said hello.
Hello? - Hello? Mrs. Nelson?
Alonzo Mosely, Federal Bureau of Investigation.
How are you this afternoon? - I'm fine.
Let me get to the point, if I may.
An agent in our Los Angeles office discovered a detail...
that was somehow overlooked.
When Jonathan Mardukas was arrested, you were the first person he called.
Is that correct, Mrs. Nelson?
Are you there, Mrs. Nelson? - Yes.
This is a matter of great concern to us.
If it's not too much trouble...
could you come down tomorrow morning to 26 Federal Plaza?
I suppose so.
About 9:00 a.m.? - Yes.
Just ask for Agent Alonzo Mosely.
Thanks for your cooperation. Have a nice day.
Hello? - Dana? It's Helen.
The FBl just called. They want to speak to me about Jonathan.
Oh, my God! Helen. - Helen, what's going on?
Jonathan, the FBl called. They know we spoke the night you were arrested.
Hang up the phone, Helen, right now.
Ah, sweet music.
Did you check this one?
What is it, Jon? - I don't know.
Alonzo Mosely, FBl! You're under arrest!
Get this fuckin' dog out of here! Get this dog out of here, ma'am.
Not you. You stay there. Get the dog. - Do it.
Heidi, come on, girl. That's a good girl.
Don't move or I'll shoot you through the glass.
Get over here. Put your hands up against the wall.
Spread your feet.
Relax, there won't be a problem.
Put your left hand behind your head.
You're taking me to the airport, aren't you?
You don't look like an FBl agent to me.
Yeah? Well, you don't look like a duke to me.
If you're an FBl agent, why not just take me to the FBl office?
If you don't be quiet, this is going to be the worst trip of your life.
You work for Jimmy Serrano, don't you? - I don't work for that piece of shit.
Your bail bondsmen hired me to bring you to L.A., and that's what I'm doin'.
I got money. - I'm sure you do.
I'll give you whatever you want. - Start by shutting up.
I know you two minutes, and already I don't like you.
That's too bad. I really like you.
I can't cuff you on a commercial flight, and I've gotta check my gun in luggage.
But you fuck with me once, and I'm gonna break your neck.
I can't fly. - What?
You heard me. I can't fly. - You'll have to do better than that.
It's the truth. I can't fly. I suffer from aviophobia.
What does that mean? - It means I can't fly.
I also suffer from acrophobia and claustrophobia.
If you don't cooperate, you're gonna suffer from "fistophobia".
Mascone's Bail Bonds. - Jerry, put Eddie on the phone.
What's the progress?
I got him. - You got who?
The Duke. He's standin' right here. - You got him? Already?
Sure do. Wanna say hello? Say hello to your bailbondsman, Eddie Mascone
Jonathan Mardukas in the flesh. - Jack, I love ya!
How did this happen? Where'd you find him?
I found him in New York. We're at the airport.
Holy Christ! This is wonderful! This is wonderful news!
I'll be in your office by midnight tonight, and I'm tellin' you.
I don't wanna hear any bullshit. I want the money tonight.
So empty out one of your Swiss bank accounts.
You don't have to worry about nothin'. This is the best money I ever spent.
See you in a few hours. - I'll see ya later. 'Night.
What's that all about? - Jerry Walsh got the Duke!
Walsh got the Duke? - He got him! He got the Duke!
No kiddin'? This calls for a celebration. I'll get some donuts.
How do you think Walsh found him so fast?
Tony, this is Jerry. - Jerry who?
Jerry Geisler. What are you doing? - Eatin' dinner. What do you want?
I hate to bother you, but I thought you'd like to know...
that Walsh found the Duke in New York.
They're flyin' in tonight. They should arrive around midnight.
Don't forget me, babe. - Yeah, kid, yeah.
Thanks. Good night.
Looks like your old friend found the accountant.
They'll be flying into L.A. around midnight.
Have them met at the airport.
You understand? - Done.
Can I take your coat? - No, that's fine. Thanks.
May I take your coat? - No.
First class is nice. I could make a habit out of this.
Good evening, gentlemen. - Good evening to you.
Would you like a drink before we take off?
Yes, we would like one of your finest champagnes.
Let's see. Look at this.
Only in America. What a country. Huh?
Unbelievable. I think I'm gonna have the steak.
How about you? - I'm not hungry.
Why don't you get lobster? Then I can get some surf and turf action goin'.
I got a problem.
I can't fly. You're not takin' me seriously.
I'm takin' you very seriously. - I can't be on this plane.
You think I haven't heard your story before?
You think you're traveling with a novice? Know what I'm talkin' about?
That's it. Settle in. If you wanna get up and talk...
mingle with the rest of the passengers, be my guest.
You ain't goin' nowhere. There's a couple of nice-lookin' people here.
Better class of people. Your class.
Probably all embezzlers, too.
Come fly with me Come fly away
Just try and relax.
Just calm down. Just relax and calm down.
Why are you gettin' so excited? - It's not...
No! I can't!
No! No! No! I can't.
Just relax. Just relax.
What did I tell ya? Don't pull that shit on me.
No! I'm tellin' you. I can't do it.
Get over there. - These things go down!
It's too big! It can't go up!
All right, everyone, just calm down. What's the problem?
It's nothing, sir. Alonzo Mosely, FBl. This man is in my custody.
I'm takin' him back to Los Angeles. There won't be any more problems.
I don't wanna fly. I can't fly.
You know you can't take a prisoner on an airplane if he doesn't want to fly.
I do. I'm sorry. I thought he was bluffing.
I suggest you find some other mode of transportation.
What the fuck are you smilin' about? - I love to travel by train.
Oh, yeah? What do you think this is, a class trip?
Are you always this angry? - Right now I'm in a great fuckin' mood.
When I'm cooped up on that for a while, you won't be smilin'.
You'll be runnin' for that fuckin' jail cell.
Still gonna make your schedule?
I'll make it, with 14 hours to spare.
Oh, nice. It's a double. There'll be a lot of room.
Glad you like it. - Good. Very nice.
Thanks, 'cause it's starting to cut into my wrists. Thank you.
It gets the skin after a while.
Get in there. - What do you want? What?
Oh, come on. Come on.
No, you don't... Why would you do that?
You enjoy yourself. This is my room, and that's your room. Good night.
Hey, can I help you guys? - Special Agent Mosely, FBl.
Are all you guys named Mosely? - What the hell are you talking about?
You're here to pick up a prisoner. - How did you know that?
He was afraid to fly, so he got off the plane.
He left with an Agent Mosely.
Sir, that must mean Walsh has your identification.
Is this moron number one? Put moron number two on the phone.
Yeah, Jimmy. He's right here. Hold on.
You told me this guy would be on the plane.
That's the information we got. - "That's the information we got".
I'm gonna tell you something. I want this guy taken out fast.
You and that other dummy start getting more personally involved in your work...
or I'm gonna stab you through the heart with a fuckin' pencil.
Do you understand me? - You got it, Jimmy.
Tony, he ain't mad at me, is he?
Jack, I think this is illegal.
I don't think you can keep a person in a bathroom like this.
It's very claustrophobic in here...
It is? Well, I'll tell you what. When we get to L.A....
you can tell the prison psychiatrist all about it.
There's no air. There's no ventilation in here.
I told you I was claustrophobic. Come on.
What do you think I'm gonna do? Jump off a train moving 90 miles an hour?
Good. Thanks. Thanks.
Thanks a lot.
Sit down. - Yeah, that's great.
Very kind of you.
It's much better. Thank you. Good.
What are you doing?
What am I doin'? Arithmetic.
Arithmetic? Maybe I can help you. I am an accountant.
I was thinkin', after I turn your ass in and collect my money...
I'm gonna open up a coffee shop.
How much are you getting for me?
That's not any of your concern. But I'll tell you just to tell you.
A hundred thousand. - A hundred thousand?
Would you take a $100.000 to let me go?
Not by a long shot. - Two-hundred thousand?
I never took a payoff in my life, and I'm won't start with someone like you.
Why not? - Because you're a fuckin' criminal.
You deserve to go where you're goin', and I'm gonna take you there.
If I hear any more shit out of you, I'm gonna bust your head...
put you back in that fuckin' hole...
and I'm gonna stick your head in the toilet bowl and make it stay there.
I have to tell you, a restaurant is a very tricky investment.
More than half of them go under within the first six months.
If I were your accountant, I'd strongly advise you against it.
You would? You're not my accountant.
No, if I were your accountant... - I told you, I took you out here...
No, I'm just saying that it's a very tricky business...
and if I were your accountant, I would strongly advise you against it...
as an accountant.
You're not my accountant. - I realize I'm not your accountant.
I'm saying, if I were your accountant.
Jerry, how the hell could he miss the goddamn plane?
He called from the airport!
All right. It's time to bring in Marvin. Call him. He's in Pittsburgh.
Marvin Dorfler? - Yeah, Dorfler.
Under "D" in the Rolodex for "jerk".
Can I at least have some french fries?
I said no, pecker breath. Now shut up.
Marvin? Sweetheart, am I glad I got you.
Boy, do I have a job for you! - I'm listening.
First of all, I gotta apologize, because we were trying to find you.
It's an important job, but I couldn't find you, so I gave it to Walsh.
But now he's fucking it up, so... - I don't know why you hire that guy.
I know. I apologize. You are the best at what you do. You know that?
Do you know Jonathan Mardukas?
No. - Jonathan Mardukas, the Duke?
I never heard of him. - All right. That's not important.
What's important is that you find him and that you bring him back, okay?
Last I heard, he had him in New York. Now I don't know where they are.
If you find him, I'll give you what I'm givin' Walsh.
But you gotta have him back by Friday midnight, otherwise the deal is off..
Don't worry. For $25 grand, I'll bring him in on a silver platter.
Bring him anyway you want, but bring him, okay?
Hey, scumbag. - My name's Carmine, fucko.
Well, Carmine, today's your lucky day.
Why is today my lucky day? - Shut up!
Yeah. My name is Jack Walsh.
Excuse me. John Wesley Walsh.
I think I lost my credit card.
Can you tell me the last place I used it?
The Amtrak office, Grand Central Station?
Yeah, yeah. I remember that now.
Okay. Thanks very much.
Hey, maybe we oughta cancel that card, huh?
Yeah. Thank you.
Familiar with the word "arteriosclerosis"?
If you want, I'll outline a complete balanced diet for you.
Mail it to me from "C" block.
Why would you eat that? - Why? 'Cause it tastes good.
But it's not good for you. - I'm aware of that.
Why would you do something you know is not good for you?
Because I don't think about it. - That's living in denial.
Living in denial? - Yeah.
I'm aware of that. - So you're aware of all your behavior.
Yet you do things not good for you. Don't you think that sounds foolish?
No. Stealing $15 million from Jimmy Serrano sounds foolish.
I didn't think I'd get caught. - Now, that's livin' in denial.
I'm aware of that. - So you're aware of your behavior.
Yet you continue to do things that aren't good for you.
Sounds foolish to me. Don't you think? - It was foolish.
But taking $15 million in mob money...
and giving it to charity was good for a lot of people.
So you pissed off a mafiioso killer just to be loved by fuckin' strangers.
That makes a lot of sense. - Don't you want to be loved?
Lots of people love me. - Really?
I got an ex-wife, and a daughter in Chicago.
How do they put up with all your sarcasm?
Beautifully. I haven't seen either of them in nine years.
Think we should go see them? - No, I don't think we should see them.
Thanks for the interest, though. - The job must have been tough on 'em.
I didn't do this then. - What did you do?
I was a cop. - You were a cop in Chicago?
Then you know about Jimmy Serrano.
Do you have a right to ask questions? - I think I do.
No, you don't. - I think I do.
No, you don't. - Why not?
Dinner's over. Let's go.
I can see this is gonna be some fuckin' trip, boy.
I wouldn't worry. I won't be with you much longer.
What do you mean?
Knowing about Serrano, if I go to jail, I'll be dead within 24 hours.
So sooner or later, I'll have to give you the slip.
Glad you find it humorous.
Let's go. - All you're leaving is $2?
That's 15 percent. - That's 13 percent.
These people depend on tips for a living.
Can I help you, sir?
Yeah, I'm looking for my buddy, Jack Walsh.
He told me he'd meet me on this train.
Yeah, Mr. Walsh.
He's in Bedroom "D", next car.
That next car? - Yes, sir, that way.
Thanks. - Sure thing. Have a good night.
One word and you're dead, asshole.
Holy shit! Son of a...
How the fuck you find out where I am? - I ain't tellin' you shit!
Don't force me to do something! - What's goin' on in here?
All right. Everything's under control. Take it easy. Alonzo Mosely, FBl.
Radio ahead. I want the local police at the next stop to arrest this man.
What the fuck are you talkin' about? - That's enough out of you!
Get on the horn and call the cops.
Is this good or bad news?
Mardukas and Walsh are on the Amtrak headed to Los Angeles.
Another bounty hunter was arrested after he tried to take Mardukas away.
I want the jet ready in 20 minutes.
Where's Jack Walsh?
He got off with the other guy two or three stops ago.
His real name's Mosely. - I'm Mosely!
I wanna make a collect call to Eddie Mascone from Jack Walsh.
Mascone. Bail bonds. - Jerry, it's Jack. Put Eddie on.
Jesus, Jack! Where the hell you been? - I wanna talk to him. Where are you?
Where am I? I wanna ask you somethin'.
How come Dorfler is on my ass? Did you put him on this, you son of a bitch?
Wait a minute. Dorfler...
How could I put Dorfler on you? I don't know where you are.
You had nothin' to do with it? - Where are you? You got the Duke?
You're damn right I got him. - Where are you?
Where am I? I'm somewhere between... I don't know... Toledo and Cleveland.
We're gettin' on a bus. - Bingo.
Bus? Don't get on a... Are you outta your mind?
Shut up and listen. We're gettin' on a bus.
I wanted to let you know we're on our way. Bye.
Don't hang up!
Shit! What the hell is this guy doin'?
I don't know.
Listen, maybe I oughta get some donuts or somethin', huh?
Two one-way tickets to Los Angeles.
Still gonna make our schedule. - I'll get you there on time.
Don't have any illusions.
lllusions? - Illusions. Illusions.
I'm sorry, sir. This card's been cancelled.
Huh? Has it been cancelled?
I'm sorry. That's a mistake. Would you please try it again?
I checked it twice, sir. - Please try it again.
Did you pay the bill? - Shut up.
I'm sorry, sir. It's been cancelled.
Ma'am, that is impossible. I pay my bills.
There is no way that could be cancelled. Shut up.
Please. - It's cancelled, sir.
Would you like to try another credit card or cash?
I don't have any other credit cards. Please, just try that again.
Alonzo...Jack Walsh, Federal Bureau of Investigation.
This is official business. This man's in my custody.
I'm taking him to Los Angeles, okay? Please try again.
Jack Walsh is not the name on that badge, sir.
Would you like me to call the FBl?
Or would you like to pay cash?
How much is it? - $264 for two tickets.
Here's a hundred.
Got any money on ya? - A lot.
You call that a lot? Enough to get you where I'm gonna get you.
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven.
Got the whole fuckin' force after me, huh?
Who the fuck are you? - Special Agent Mosely, FBl.
Oh, goddamn it! I didn't do anything.
Relax. Just wanna ask you a few questions.
Yeah. Fuckin' "A". Help yourself.
What do you know about Jack Walsh?
No. Come on. Come on. Cigarettes are killers.
So are women. - Not the right woman.
My wife stuck it out with me through all of this.
Yeah, stuck it out with you and all your millions. What a trooper.
I don't have millions, Jack. I gave it all to charity, remember?
You didn't keep a little for yourself?
I kept enough to get away and hide. - Yeah, right.
When we change buses in Chicago, you're gonna have a couple hours.
Be a better man. Use that time to look up your ex-wife and daughter.
It's a perfect opportunity. - Why don't you mind your own business?
Why is it you haven't seen them in nine years?
Just to get you off my back, I'll tell you. She married a police lieutenant.
And I'm not very popular with the Chicago Police Department.
Why aren't you popular with the Chicago Police Department?
What, do we know each other? Get... What a... Take...
What did you do? Why aren't you popular with the Chicago Police Department?
That really doesn't concern you. - Did she hurt you, Jack?
Yeah. - I'm sorry.
What are you sorry about? - I'm sorry you're hurt.
I'm not hurt. - You just said you were hurt.
I didn't say I was hurt. You said I was hurt.
I asked if you were hurt, and you said, "Yeah, I'm hurt".
You made me say it. You put words in my mouth.
You're a grown man. You have control over your own words.
Goddamn right I do. So, here come two words for you. Shut the fuck up.
Excuse me. Walsh called Mascone about a half an hour ago from outside Toledo.
He's on an interstate Coach Lines bus headed for Chicago.
Sir, what do we do with this guy?
Let him go.
Son of a bitch stole my cigarettes.
When's the last time you had a chest X ray?
You know about secondary smoke? You could give people lung cancer...
who are innocent and tryin' to live healthy lives.
Why don't you just go back to sleep? Leave me alone.
Do whatever you have to do. - Put the cigarette out.
Why don't you shut up and leave me alone?
Put the cigarette out, Jack.
Put the cigarette out.
A pain in the ass this guy is.
Thank you. I thought you were putting it out.
No, I'm not putting it out.
Why aren't you popular with the Chicago Police Department?
What's up? - I think you and I should talk.
What are you hangin' around for? Take a walk.
Somebody picked up Mardukas. - It's old news. I'm on it.
I don't have to tell you what'll happen if he becomes a government witness.
That won't be the case.
I assumed you were taking that position, but I advise you against such action.
Relax. Have a cream soda. Everything will be all over within a few minutes.
Who are these guys?
Hands on the bus!
All right, spread 'em.
It's the Feds.
Agent Foster Grant.
Alonzo, won't you thank me for doin' your job?
Thank you, Walsh.
Let's get the fuck outta here!
What the hell are you doing? - Keep moving.
Relax. - No! Come on!
Hurry it up. - What are you doin'? Are you there?
Wait a minute. Jesus Christ! All right, I'm comin'!
Come on! - I'm coming! Wait a minute!
Walsh, you son of a bitch!
God! My God! - Shut up.
What the hell was that? Why were they shooting?
Those are Serrano's people. They're not waiting for you to get to jail.
You're turnin' me in. Why are we runnin' away from the FBl?
I gotta bring you back myself, otherwise I won't get my money.
I won't give you to the Feds.
"Alonzo Mosely". Isn't that the name you've been using?
Let me see that.
Look at this wealth of information. They got a tap on Mascone's line.
Son of a bitch!
What are ya doin'?
How far do you think we'll get in a stolen FBl car?
What's that for? - An inside joke between me and Alonzo.
Tony Darvo, line one. - Yeah?
Sorry. It didn't happen.
It didn't happen? Say that again. - It didn't happen.
There were cops all over the place. A million fuckin' Feds.
It was a mess.
It was a real mess. - Get off the line.
If they've got a tap...
Sidney, shut your fuckin' mouth!
Now listen to me, dummy. Do they have Mardukas in custody or not?
I don't know. The cops are swarming all over the place.
We couldn't see anything. - Let me tell you something.
I don't wanna get another phone call like this, because if I do...
I'm gonna get on a fuckin' plane, and blow torch the both of you.
Are you gonna stop? I'm on the phone! What are you doin'?
I should've killed Walsh in Chicago a long time ago.
Don't say a fuckin' word to me, Sidney.
I'll bury this telephone in your head.
I can't believe this. I haven't seen either of them in nine years...
and the first thing out of my mouth is, "Can I borrow a few hundred bucks?"
I have a feeling this is gonna be very good for you.
You look fine.
Who are you guys? - I'm your mother's ex-husband.
Mom! - Nice kid.
Hi, Gail. - Hello.
How're ya doin'? - I'm doin' good.
They mentioned you and him on the news this morning.
They did? - Yeah.
What'd they say? Anything good?
No. Are you all right?
You're in a lot of trouble, Jack.
Can I come in for a few minutes?
Can I come in for a few minutes?
I won't stay long. I just need to borrow some money to get to L.A.
You know I'm good for it.
I don't have that kind of cash in the house.
I'm so embarrassed. I'm just in a jam, Gail.
You look beautiful.
You don't look like a criminal. - I'm a white-collar criminal.
Jason, go upstairs now.
You shouldn't be here. If Ted comes home, he's gonna arrest you and him.
Arrest us? - Yeah.
Then we'd be in a lot of trouble, 'cause I'm a little short of bribe money.
All right, Jack, don't start. Please, don't.
How is Lieutenant whatever-his-name-is?
It's captain now. - Oh, captain? Royalty.
I don't want any trouble. Do you understand? Please.
It is not a good day for this. I mean it.
I'm sorry my fugitive timetable doesn't coincide with your social calendar.
I don't think she was saying that. - Stay out of this, Jon.
Same Jack. You get your feelings hurt, and then you just hurt everybody else.
I don't need one of your lectures. - I'm not lecturing you.
I'm trying to protect you! Ted is going to be home any minute.
We're all going out. It's an important night for us.
What's so important about tonight? Let me guess. Is it payoff night?
That's it! Get out! - Let's not fight.
I'm in a big fuckin' jam! I need to borrow some money...
to get this guy to L.A., and I'm out of this miserable fuckin' business forever!
Can't you understand that?
You got so big.
I'm sorry. I'm gonna go now. - No, hold on.
I'm sorry, honey. We're havin' a...
What grade are you in now? - Eighth.
Are you in the eighth grade?
Here's $40. That's all I've got, but these are the keys to my car.
It's the station wagon in the driveway.
I'll tell Ted that it's in the shop.
And we'll worry about it when you get back to L.A.
So, does he take good care of you?
Yeah? That's all I wanted to know.
So what's he gonna say about this?
He'll understand. - Uh-huh. That's love, you know?
Wait. It isn't much.
About $180 baby-sitting money. - Oh, sweetheart, I can't.
Take it. Please.
I can't, sweetheart.
Hello. I'd like to make a collect call to Eddie Mascone from Jack Walsh.
Mascone Bail Bonds. - Jerry, Jack. Put Eddie on the phone.
It's Jack. - Stop fuckin' around. Where are you?
Where am I? I'm in Boise, Idaho.
No, wait a minute. I'm in Anchorage, Alaska.
No, wait. I'm in Casper, Wyoming.
I'm in the lobby of the Howard Johnson's and I'm wearing a pink carnation.
What are you talkin' about?
I'm not talkin' to you. I'm talkin' to the other guys.
What other guys? - Let me describe the scene to you.
There's these guys, see? They've probably been up for two days.
They stink of B.O. They have coffee breath.
They're constipated from sittin' on their asses for so long.
They're in a van, probably parked right up the street from your office.
But you guys are gonna have to pack up your shit and go home...
because I'm onto you, you dumb fucks.
Your phone is tapped. I'm not gonna use this line anymore. Go to Chin Loo's.
I'll call you there in five minutes. They can't run a tap that fast.
So long, everybody.
Excuse me, buddy. I got it! I think it's for me. Jack, that you?
Listen. Wire me $500 to the Western Union in Amarillo, Texas right away.
What do you need with $500 on a bus? And why the fuck aren't you on a plane?
Did it ever occur to you that I am a professional and have my reasons?
We are driving now, and I only have enough cash to get to Amarillo.
We scrapped the bus.
Fuck the bus! I wanna know what happened to the goddamn plane!
He doesn't like to fly. - He doesn't like to fly?!
What the fuck does that mean? Listen to me, Jack!
You gotta be back here in less than two and a half fuckin' days.
A half million dollars of my money! What the fuck is goin' on there?
Eddie, Eddie, Eddie, I swear to God, don't start with me...
or I will shoot him and I will dump him in a fuckin' swamp!
I am in no fuckin' mood for this.
Just send me the money, and I'll have him back by the deadline.
You hear me? - Yes.
Jerry, wire $500 to Jack Walsh in Amarillo, Texas right away.
Also, get Dorfler down there! Find him and get him down there too.
You got it, Eddie. - Shit!
One of those bottles of beer should fall
Ninety-six bottles of beer on the wall
Ninety-three bottles of beer on the wall
Why were you so unpopular with the Chicago Police Department?
'Cause of your personality?
What happened at your house? What was that all about?
Your wife married a corrupt police officer?
What was it all about?
That whole fuckin' department was corrupt.
There's good and bad everywhere, don't you think?
I'd say there's bad everywhere. Good I don't know about.
What happened to you?
I wouldn't go on the payroll.
I was workin' undercover. I was...
posted to this big heroin dealer in Chicago.
Think he supplied the whole city.
Took me a year just to get his confidence.
Just when I was about to nail the son of a bitch, my fellow officers...
mysteriously discovered seven pounds of heroin in my house.
So this big-time drug dealer gave me a choice:
Get on the payroll like everybody else, get out of town...
or go to jail for 30 years.
Well, I didn't get on the payroll.
And that's why I do this.
So when I find a criminal like you, I bring him in.
I don't worry about anybody takin' a payoff. There is no anybody, just me.
Why don't you get a new watch? - I'll tell you when I know you better.
When are you gonna get to know me better? I'll get to know you better.
You're not gonna know me better. - Will you shut up?
That's what I mean.
How much money do we have left?
That's it? - That's it.
We're starvin', and you're buying cigarettes?
I need these cigarettes.
You have your whatever you're gonna have. I'll have this.
What can I do for you boys? - Coffee, please.
How much is the coffee? - It's 53 cents.
How much is tea? - Fifty-three cents.
I'll have tea.
Okay, and our breakfast special today is chorizo and eggs.
Chorizo and eggs? - Chorizo and eggs. Yes.
What is that? - It's a Mexican sausage...
mixed in with scrambled eggs, and it comes with hash browns and toast.
Won't be havin' that. Thank you.
What time you got? - It's ten to 9:00.
In ten minutes, we'll be at the Western Union office, we'll have 500 bucks.
I'll buy ya a juicy steak or what ever you want, okay?
Chorizo and eggs?
Chorizo and eggs? - I'll get you whatever you want.
You know, Jon, you're in this mess because you're in this mess.
I didn't put you in this mess. Do you understand?
If you had left Jimmy Serrano alone, this wouldn't be happening.
I had a way out of this, you know.
What's the thing Serrano's most afraid of?
Goin' cross-country with you.
Gettin' knocked off by his own people.
What I know his financial transactions...
would not only put him away, but every mob guy he ever did business with.
That's why he wants to kill me.
I was gonna put all his records on computer disks.
I figured if things got too rough, I could always trade them for my life.
What happened was I got arrested before I had a chance to do it.
Why didn't you just leave him alone?
You don't look like the kind of guy who would be involved in that situation.
Why didn't you leave that heroin dealer alone?
I was a mob accountant.
I thought I worked in a legitimate firm.
When I found out I was managing accounts who were friends for Serrano...
I couldn't just sit back and do nothing.
But you still took what didn't belong to you.
How can you be on a mobster's side? - I'm not on a mobster's side?
You're on his if you're not on mine - I'm not on anybody's side.
I got nothin' to do with it. - You've got everything to do with it.
You're takin' me to jail where you know I'll be killed.
That's not my problem. - It's not your problem?
It's not your problem?
Did you read about me in the papers? - Yeah, I did.
Were you on my side then? - Yeah, I was.
Then why aren't you now? - Because now you're in my way.
I'm in your way?
You want the money for turning me in because that's all you're about.
You're just about the fuckin' money.
Hey, Jon, you think whatever you wanna think.
Doesn't matter to me cause I'm gettin' my $100.000 any which way you want it.
Hey, Tony. Hop-Along... Che si dice. Got your camera. Take a picture.
Should I get one of these at the airport?
Put that away. I'm not gonna tell you again.
Tony, there they are.
How you doing, Jack? Jimmy sends his regards.
Don't worry. We're not here for you. We're here for him.
What are you staring at? Are you gonna propose?
Drop 'em! I said, drop 'em, assholes!
Who the fuck are you guys? - Who the fuck are you?
You're dead. You know who you're fuckin' with?
No. Why don't you tell me? Make sure you speak into the microphone.
Very clever. Give me the keys.
Come on, give me the keys!
Looks like a package deal.
Goddamn it! Come on, both of you!
Who were those guys? - You did it this time.
What are you talking about? - Those are hired killers.
Hired to kill who? - Hired to kill this guy.
Me. Can you believe it?
Hired by who? - Jimmy Serrano, that's who.
Fuck. Why do they wanna kill this guy?
Don't you read the papers?
I read the fucking papers.
They got away. Gray Dodge. Get after 'em.
How did you know where we were? Shut up.
Did Eddie put you on this? - Of course.
That son of a bitch. I have a contract with him.
A contract? - I signed it Monday.
He called me. Said you were fucking this up.
I'm not fucking anything up. - You should've been in L.A. 2 days ago.
Don't tell me how to do my job.
I'm thinking not to turn him in just to watch Eddie go down the toilet.
That's a good thought. - What? Who's talkin' to you?
Yeah, who's talking to you? He's not yours to take. He's mine.
Who the fuck is this?
You guys are the dumbest bounty hunters I've ever seen!
You couldn't even deliver a bottle of milk!
Will you shut the fuck up?
Where did he go? - You think we lost him?
I don't see anything. - I'm sure we're completely safe.
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