Money Money Money (Claude Lelouch 1972) CD1
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It's much later[br]than you think.
MONEY MONEY MONEY
38,982th sunset[br]in the history of cinema
During its numerous[br]interruptions,
the defense has maintained,
by means of absurd[br]and deceptive argument,
that this case,[br]being tried under criminal law,
is actually a political trial!
Gentlemen of the jury,[br]make no mistake!
These five men are criminals.
I use the term advisedly.
These five common[br]criminals have used
their fertile imaginations[br]in the cause of Evil.
They have only utilized[br]political unrest
to screen[br]their sinister activities.
Look into their eyes,[br]try to detect
the faintest glimmer,[br]the least whiff
of a political ideal or thought!
I ask you, Your Honor...
I ask you, the jury...
I ask you, the people...
what is the common denominator[br]of all their criminal acts?
nothing but money!
Or, in the language[br]of these gentlemen...
As for politics,[br]they couldn't care less!
Moreover, psychiatrists[br]have found
that the IQ of[br]these five specimens
is woefully below average.
The medical report[br]on Simon, for example,
states that he displays[br]cyclical symptoms
of neuroses ranging from[br]hysterical depression
to acute paranoia.
I will cite just one fact
about this individual,[br]this Simon...
that fact concerns[br]his activities
near an automobile[br]assembly plant, in 1961.
Simon Duroc and his friends
stole 8,523 tires[br]in 11 months!
It was his first conviction...[br]three years in prison.
From then on,[br]he was lost to society.
WE GIVE AWAY APPLES
- Fill her up, sir?[br]- 25 francs' worth.
There you are, sir![br]Clean your windshield?
Calling Fox Bravo Hotel,[br]Golf Romeo.
This is T6 Juliet Papa, over.
If you read me,[br]make a 180-degree turn and land.
We know you are[br]transporting weapons.
Fox Bravo Hotel, Golf Romeo,[br]do you read me?
Fill her up, sir?
Fill her up.
There you are, sir![br]Clean your windshield?
Hey, my money!
I'm being robbed!
Thus was born the team[br]of Jacques and Charlot.
From 1960 to 1965,[br]they made the headlines regularly.
From 1965 to 1970,[br]they took a vacation... in prison.
But we have[br]no details about that.
With Sabena,[br]you're already there
Come on, over there!
Been to school?
Can you read?[br]Read that!
Did you stop?
- Why not?[br]- I didn't stop before...
I stopped after!
I didn't see it!
Are you hurt?
I'll take you to the hospital.
I'll hospitalize you!
Your car okay?
Take me to the airport![br]The airport!
- The hospital?[br]- Take me to the airport!
- The hospital?[br]- The airport!
Open the door!
We going or not?[br]Let's go!
Is this your car?
Are you deaf?
- You keep saying "Eh?"[br]- Louder! I can't hear.
Is this your car?
Where's the door key?
I lost it.
- What're you doing?[br]- My eyes hurt.
Look, we've got[br]to catch a plane!
License and registration.
This is a stolen car.
A stolen car?
- Impossible![br]- It's a stolen car!
Wait a minute![br]Look, I don't know this man.
I just met him...
Open the door.
Can't you open this door?
I've never met him!
- Do you know me?[br]- I don't know him.
Tell them you don't know me!
I don't know him.
Is this your car?
I had an accident[br]two miles from here.
This gentleman...[br]you moron!
Wait a minute.
My car's a wreck!
You have to come with me.
This is a stolen car.
What the hell do I care?
It's not my fault![br]I'm going to miss my plane!
You can't take me in!
I have to be in Paris[br]in four hours!
You can take a later plane.
Say something![br]You got me into this!
- I didn't steal the car.[br]- What the hell do I care!
Tell them what happened!
I found the car[br]and I don't know him.
You can explain at the station.
- Do you understand?[br]- Yes, I do...
- I've got to get to Paris.[br]- As soon as we check your story...
Just routine...[br]a formality.
Then you can go.
"Lino Massaro,[br]head of a gang of art-forgers."
I don't know him!
So you don't know each other?
I just stole the car!
Lino Massaro got five years,
so did Aldo Maccione,[br]who couldn't explain
that the car and the paintings[br]were two different matters.
So that you'll understand,[br]I'll describe in detail
what these men did after prison.
And I say, today, why not us?
PROSTITUTES OF THE WORLD, UNITE
The fact that so many of you[br]answered our call
shows you feel[br]the old order is finished.
We will not be[br]the last French colony!
No more secrecy,[br]no more ghetto.
Come out in broad daylight!
We took to the streets first,[br]2,000 years ago.
The sidewalks belong to us!
What would men be without us?
We are not their property!
We are the hub[br]of a huge industry
which brings in billions.[br]We will no longer be exploited.
Prostitution is a factory[br]that we can manage by ourselves
since we are the tools!
We are thousands[br]gathered here today.
we can be millions!
No more bosses!
No more exploitation by men!
I do not wave the red flag[br]of Communism
nor the black flag of anarchy.
I wave the pink flag of love
and of liberty!
We accept our duties,
but we want our rights[br]to be recognized!
And we will win.
We'll win by proving that[br]prostitution is a public service.
I'll go even further.[br]We want to be declared
a public utility!
For our protection,
for social security benefits,[br]for retirement pensions,
for the recognition of our rights[br]and against all the injustices,
I hereby proclaim[br]a general strike of all prostitutes!
For the liberty of prostitution!
You were sensational...
I didn't know[br]you could talk like that.
You surprised me.
You should be an actress,[br]not a whore.
I never thought of it.[br]Don't be mean.
I'm not. I meant it!
What you don't get is[br]that it's not an act, it's for real.
C'mon, it looked like[br]a church social!
You were all enjoying it.
Sure, but it's still serious.
You'll have to explain it to me
because I still don't get it.
- What?[br]- All that!
What are they after?[br]What are you after?
Can't you see[br]that pimps are finished?
So that's it!
Look at what's happening[br]all around you.
Times have changed.
You, with your pinstriped suit,[br]the Mercedes,
him with his cap.[br]I tell you, you're obsolete.
Let me get it straight.
Today the workers[br]fire the bosses?
You've got it![br]That's just about it.
I'll never fire you, boss.
You spoke of self-management.
- That's what I said.[br]- All right, say I accept it,
even in the whorehouses.
But it means[br]there are no more bosses!
- Can't you understand?[br]- Nicole, you of all people,
you can't say I'm a boss.
Never, to anyone!
Aldo, do I treat you[br]like a boss?
You asked for it!
Be serious for two minutes.
What about us?
You girls have had[br]some rough times.
And we were always there,[br]ready for anything!
- I'm not arguing.[br]- Summer camps for your kids,
who took care of all that?
You did.[br]But that's not enough.
What do you want?
We want social security,[br]for example.
I told you, boss,[br]you can't argue with Communists!
Hey, cut it out, okay?
- He's a pain![br]- Talking politics bugs me!
Come on, go, go!
I'll stop the Mercedes[br]and you take the subway!
Good morning![br]This is a robbery. Don't move.
Stay calm. Thank you!
Please don't move!
Press the alarm button.[br]Call the police, that's it!
Now call them.
Hello, Mr. Policeman!
The Bank of Paris is being held up.[br]Come right away!
- Everything's okay.[br]- We're on our way.
Goodbye now.[br]The police'll be right here.
- Say goodbye![br]- Goodbye, Officer.
Papa, this time[br]it was worthwhile.
No, listen, Daniel...
we'll talk about it tomorrow.
I've had it up[br]to here for today!
Let's say my day[br]was a little... special.
I feel like I live in weirdoland.
What's gotten into everybody?[br]No! I don't want to go crazy.
I'm in a hurry,[br]so give me a lift...
Papa, I have to explain!
- You must understand.[br]- Well, be quick.
Capitalism's had it,[br]the Fifth Republic has had it!
Communism's had it,[br]the consumer society has had it!
Cars have had it!
You've got to wake up[br]and help us!
Fine, but right now let's go,[br]I'm in a hurry.
Close this thing[br]or I'll get pneumonia.
Pull toward you.
- What's this?[br]- Hide it!
What is it?
1/3 gasoline, 1/3 ether,[br]1/3 oxygen.
- What do you do with it?[br]- You light it and it explodes.
come with me.
- You light it where?[br]- There.
- It'll go off![br]- You said cars have had it.
Let's see if[br]I've understood you.
See? Now I understand.[br]You just had to explain.
Here, this is for the subway.
3,000 whores at the meeting,[br]and what for?
To go on strike!
- Cut the deck.[br]- Wait a second!
And their slogans,[br]their demands...
"Our bellies belong to us,"[br]"Sex is money"...
A low blow.
"We own the sidewalks,"[br]"No more pimps"...
wait... social security!
Don't listen to Communists!
And that's not all, Jacques.
I also had[br]a little run-in with a...
a young jerk[br]with cute ideas, too.
- So poker tonight...[br]- I understand.
If this can comfort you[br]in any way,
I feel the same way.
We pulled a little job today.[br]No big deal, just a little job.
Charlot neutralized[br]the police station... perfect!
I took care of the bank.
- Less 6,000 expenses...[br]- It's to be expected, Jacques.
Boys, you've got[br]to understand one thing.
It's vital.[br]We've got to wake up.
We're on the brink!
- Let's get through our heads![br]- Can I talk?
You said it yourself:[br]Capitalism has had it!
The consumer society[br]has had it.
And cars...[br]cars have had it!
- The Fifth has had it![br]- What's the Fifth?
- The French Republic, you idiot![br]- Can I say one thing?
- Where's mine?[br]- Coming up.
Aldo's right.[br]You are obsolete.
And I'll tell you why.
Because you keep looking[br]for money in banks!
But that's not where it's at.
And your streetwalkers[br]are walking out?
Naturally. All women[br]are taking up politics,
They vote, they hold[br]conferences...
Women's Lib...[br]and why not?
If you want money, Lino,[br]get a job as Treasurer
of Women's Lib!
- What d'you mean?[br]- It seems clear to me.
Al Capone and Company[br]are all finished.
20 years behind.
All you're good at now[br]is making spaghetti...
and Aldo takes care[br]of that, not you.
All right, wise guy...
You talk big,[br]but what do you do?
I've got so many jobs,[br]I'm getting dizzy.
I wing corporation[br]presidents.
It's pretty funny
because I shoot[br]rightwingers,
the far right pays me,
and the far left gets blamed.
How's that again?[br]I'm a bit deaf.
I said I wing[br]rightwingers,
the far right pays me,
and the far left gets blamed.
- How is it?[br]- Good.
Politics is the only[br]reality today...
a booming business.
Politics is fine,[br]but which party?
No! Above parties.[br]Above!
There's your loot.
I get 20,000 francs[br]to wound a corporation president.
A big labor union like the CGT[br]is richer than a bank.
What if you kill one?
I said I wound them.
I don't kill!
You know what the CGT is?
- No, what is it?[br]- The labor union.
We'll really have[br]to start from zero.
Of course, you don't[br]know the CGT.
But politics can't be[br]improvised.
We should take lessons.[br]We must take lessons.
So, as Simon said,[br]they studied politics
and the nuances of an era[br]based on extortion and hostages.
That's how they'd make money!
Students and experts followed each other[br]for three days and nights,
Maoists, Communists,[br]fascists, anarchists.
Their "teachers" never dreamed[br]that these were men without ideals,
without a cause.
They'd serve any cause[br]for their own profit.
The UN of disorder[br]doesn't exist.
The UN of anarchy[br]has yet to be created.
It will be born[br]of the defunct Crime, Inc.
On February 13, 1972,
a new chapter in gangsterism[br]was being opened.
Hoodlum imagination[br]is coming into power!
"Stalin, born in 1870,[br]died in 1953.
Took power in the USSR[br]after Lenin died in 1924,
Imagine a man with no license,[br]driving a Ferrari at 200 mph.
He's bound to kill[br]10 people a day.
Stalin was the road hog[br]of the Revolution!
For Trotsky,[br]the armed prophet,
"Revolution is permanent."[br]Stalin understood it only too well.
He had him killed in Mexico.
That's where he ran him over[br]with the Ferrari!
Weren't we told that?
Aldo, "The road hog[br]of the Revolution"
is a metaphor.
I thought so![br]Stalin with a Ferrari...
is the basis[br]of all political thought.
Dialectics means you go[br]from analysis to synthesis
like shifting gears.
you know how it works?
It allows you to shift
from a specific analysis[br]to a general conclusion.
You can go both ways[br]and not lose sight
of your starting point.
Cars have automatic shifts now.
That was invented by Lenin.
You've heard the experts[br]I called in.
They were very expensive.
I thought you should know.
Now you realize[br]the contradictions
that exist between[br]different ideas, systems,
I hope you're confused.
You mean,[br]you hope we aren't.
Perfect! He's confused.
Because if you know[br]that you understand nothing,
you're above confusion.
And you'll make lots of money!
Our new sphere of action
will utilize the contradictions
of those who say "Love one another,"[br]then kill each other!
Our specialty, as I see it,
is to be the specialists[br]of clarity in confusion.
You follow me?
No, it's not clear.
I'll be more precise.
I've a job in mind.
But for this job,[br]we have to merge.
That is, Lino, Jacques and me,[br]with your permission.
Why didn't you say it,[br]instead of confusing us?
That's what they do in show business.[br]And you don't know show business!
- Tremendous [br]- Adventure
- Stupendous [br]- Adventure
- Erotical [br]- Adventure
- Political [br]- Adventure
- Adventure [br]- Adventure...
Johnny, may I get[br]your autograph, please?
- Who's Janine?[br]- His sister.
Today's top news:[br]Johnny Hallyday.
The pop singer is still missing.
We now know he was kidnapped...
the most daring[br]kidnapping in years.
The big question:[br]Why Johnny Hallyday?
Is it political...
- Happy?[br]- Terrific! Great start.
Biggest headlines[br]since the general died.
- What general?[br]- Bugeaud!
Le Monde: "Johnny's fans[br]swear to find him."
- Find you?[br]- Here!
L'Aurore: "Why Johnny?"
Combat: "Johnny Hallyday,[br]or the political abduction."
A one-track mind.
Make it to cash.
As long as we can all[br]get a share of that.
Your career is set for[br]the next 10 years...
that's a modest estimate.
Easier than a bank.
- Who gets it?[br]- Him.
Your stunt isn't cheap.
A publicity campaign[br]would've cost 10 times more
with no headlines[br]or TV coverage.
How do you like[br]your new career?
I like it, but I need time[br]to get used to it.
The methods are new,[br]and I'm feeling old.
It looks like it's the wave[br]of the future.
Mr. Georges?[br]A call from Mr. Belley.
- Inspector Lamotte.[br]- Inspector Dufour.
- What is it?[br]- We need to talk to your boss.
Do you have[br]an appointment?
No, but tell him[br]it's personal and urgent.
The police? What's it about?
Last door in the hallway.
Come in, gentlemen.
- What's the problem?[br]- Inspector Lamotte.
We're sorry to bother you,
but we've arrested this man.
He robbed some places[br]near here last night.
He came here, too.[br]What did he take?
- Came here?[br]- Yes, here, last night.
I haven't noticed[br]anything missing.
It can't be!
- It was here?[br]- Yeah, yeah! The safe.
I just opened it.[br]Everything's fine!
better make sure,[br]for your security and ours.
Mistakes are so easily made.
Please make sure...
Of course, if you insist.
We're sorry to take up[br]your time, but...
A double-check[br]is better than one, right?
Oftentime,[br]you think you have...
seen everything,[br]and then you realize
you haven't seen everything.
See? Nothing's missing!
Sit down, please.
- Sit down![br]- What's this mean?
We'll explain.[br]Put your hands on your head
and look over there.
He was right,[br]nothing's been stolen.
He was absolutely right.
You were right.
Now, he's a little bit[br]less right.
No, no![br]Look over there.
That's not very nice, sir![br]Over there, I said.
- Conk him on the head![br]- That's no place for it.
- You might need it![br]- On the head!
No, he's very nice.
- Very polite.[br]- Very refined.
He's loaded, too!
It's a pleasure to deal[br]with a man like him.
I mean that!
- A man of distinction...[br]- Stand up, sir.
Go way over there...
Good! Now, don't move.[br]Thank you!
There's some more[br]down there!
So there is!
Stupid of me to forget.
The plane for Asunción.
You're late![br]Too bad, it's on the runway.
- It's gone?[br]- It'll take off any second.
When's the next flight?
I'm sorry to bother you.
It's about your flight[br]AS 262 for Asunción.
Quite by accident,[br]I've learned
that there's a bomb[br]in the rear luggage bay.
I called to warn you.
No, I can't give my name.[br]I'm a flight captain and...
No, be reasonable!
I can't give you my name.
At least, I've warned you.
Yes, a bomb.
B... as in boo-boo!
Did you miss[br]the Asunción flight?
You're lucky.[br]It turned back
because of a technical problem.
Why don't you give me[br]your tickets?
- It turned back?[br]- Technical problem. Is it safe?
- Don't worry, just a check-up.[br]- It's not serious.
Shall I take your luggage?
- Heaven's on our side.[br]- We're lucky.
What's meant to be, will be.
Aldo's really getting fat!
What about the other bag!
First, this one under your arm!
You booked my suite?
A suite with bath.[br]Stay behind me!
Behind me![br]Who's the boss?
You, Don Maccione.
- You're ogling![br]- No.
Take my coat.
Moron![br]Stay six feet behind me!
Or I'll send you back to Sicily!
Jackass![br]Where are your brains?
What are you looking at?
- Nothing![br]- At the girls!
Looking at girls!
Yes, you were.
- Want spaghetti?[br]- What kind?
- You name it... ouch![br]- Ouch, what?
- Don Maccione![br]- Address me by my name.
Wake up, we're almost there!
What's that look for?
Don't forget[br]that I've met Juarez.
He says the ambassador[br]is a humanist.
He's wonderful and won't[br]give us any trouble.
- Coffee, Aldo![br]- No coffee.
- No coffee?[br]- I forgot it.
Lino, pass[br]the tanning lotion.
You drive me nuts[br]with your tanning lotion.
Why not a bubble bath?[br]Put your shirt on.
- Give me the lotion.[br]- You clown!
- I'm fed up with picnics.[br]- Me, too.
Fine! If there's no news[br]tomorrow, we go home.
There will be.
How old is your wife?
How old?[br]25 or 26?
- 26.[br]- Then say so.
- You lucky bastard![br]- We should've kidnapped her.
- His wife?[br]- Sure.
A girl and a boy.
How much do you make?
- Could be interesting.[br]- How much per month?
1,5 million pesos.
- How much?[br]- 1,5 million pesos.
Tell me in dollars.
You divide by four[br]and take away...
- So that's...[br]- $4,000.
- How much?[br]- $4,000.
- He earns more than me![br]- And lots more than me.
But I get room and board.
Olvidados calling Manou.
Can you hear me?
Hello, this is Manou.
Mike Alpha November,[br]Whisky Oscar Oscar.
I read you loud and clear.
Calling Manou,[br]can you hear me?
Loud and clear.
The government is convinced[br]the ambassador's already dead.
They refuse to exchange[br]the 30 prisoners.
Send proof[br]he's still alive.
If they don't comply[br]by midnight,
execute the hostage. Out.
Got the message. Out.
Midnight![br]What about the time difference?
- Midnight here, or where?[br]- Midnight here.
- How do you know?[br]- It's midnight here.
I insist on one thing, Simon.
We've got to send proof[br]that he's alive.
We'll take his picture.
That's what we planned.
And you think that will work!
- How'll you send it?[br]- How about the mule?
Come with me.
Stand over there.
Please, don't move.[br]Aldo! My glasses.
Put your jacket on, Pops.
Ambassadors wear jackets.
Ambassadors wear jackets.
Let's go. Hurry up!
- He needs a shave.[br]- Out of the way!
Come on, be nice,[br]give us a smile.
- The smile makes the man.[br]- That's not original.
No, but I like it.
The mule's gone.[br]Who tied it up last?
- I just saw it.[br]- No mule, no picture.
Cut it out, Jacques!
Now... hold it.
I hate to butt in,
but these ruins are[br]known to everybody,
even dumb cops.
Might as well draw a map!
Want a group shot, with fingerprints?[br]Take it here.
He didn't smile.
I say this one.
The least lousy.
- Okay with you?[br]- Do I have a choice?
"I the undersigned...
A. Hebert,[br]Swiss Ambassador"...
- At 4:00 PM..."[br]- Not so fast.
"...am still alive."[br]Underline that.
- A good idea.[br]- Still no mule.
The mule's over there!
I have just heard
my husband is still alive.
I hardly dare believe it.[br]I'm so happy.
I speak to the kidnappers.
I implore you
to return my husband quickly.
I ask you...
in the name of my two children,
Sylvie and Patrick.
They ask for him constantly.
At midnight,[br]your ultimatum expires.
I promise you...
if you return him to me,[br]you'll be free.
You're really a bitch!
Hail Free Switzerland!
Olvidados calling Manou.
Mike Alpha November,[br]Whisky double Oscar.
Prisoners released.[br]Free the hostage.
Are you crazy?
Didn't you hear?
Yes, I heard.
I didn't get my turn.
You have no right!
Hail Free Switzerland!
What's $5,000 in pesos?
I want a return match.
No. A return match!
- Where are the children?[br]- Waiting for us at home.
Thank you for coming.
In the name of[br]the Geneva Convention,
I protest this scandalous deed,
not for myself personally...
Well, there were five...[br]low-class specimens.
- Real nothings![br]- What language?
French spoken[br]by subhuman dumb brutes!
One was fat and[br]ate spaghetti all the time,
half-blind,[br]with 15 pairs of glasses,
but still took cockeyed photos.[br]Twisted minds!
The second was a tall fanatic[br]who never stopped
gambling with my life at poker.[br]He was deaf!
And Curly,[br]obsessed by mules!
Then there was one who always[br]screwed up... excuse my language...
he kept stroking his...
his gun, like a sexual object.
And the last one was completely gaga,[br]running around naked.
Carried his gun[br]under his armpit.
He was tattooed...[br]I don't know.
It must be an international[br]gang of hoodlums,
of mental defectives.[br]It was like being on Mars!
It was hell! They're a mafia...
a gang of monkeys!
Why'd they pick you?
- Why you?[br]- Probably because...
we're pure, lovely,[br]Swiss and neutral.
- We're from Lake Lucerne![br]- Will Switzerland take action?
I hope so, and I will demand
the capture of these ruffians!
He said I was fat!
And I'm obsessed by the mule!
He's got to be queer.
All that kissing last night...
no man acts like that.
Obsessed by a mule!
Maybe I'm a little well-developed,[br]but I'm not fat.
You're more than[br]well-developed.
But he's not fat!
Are you peeing or sputtering?
There, we're finished!
You're right, Lino,[br]you're slim.
If we ever find[br]that Swiss again...
The Revolution is[br]no longer me. It's you.
but let's get[br]something straight.
You're the Revolution...[br]you are you.
But we are us.[br]And that's another story.
The people see you
as the liberators[br]of Latin America.
We don't want[br]to liberate anything.
- Serve the people? No![br]- I have big plans for you.
Two hijackings, the kidnapping[br]of a cultural attachés...
Hold on, General.
Simon, we came here[br]to get the money, right?
Well, General?[br]We got the job done.
Let's have the $200,000!
Jacques,[br]we're among gentlemen.
Ernesto is an honorable man.
Just be patient.[br]Sit down, keep calm.
You hired us to do a job.
We did it and did it well.
We kept our end of the bargain.
Now you keep yours.
It's simple. You pay us,[br]we go, and it's over.
If you have other jobs later...
hijackings and so on, okay.
But as my friend said,[br]first settle this one... now!
We'll take cash.
You're only in for the money?
- Aren't you Marxists?[br]- Yes, Groucho Marxists!
Pay me, and I may become[br]a Marxist-Leninist.
You got any tanning lotion?
Check, or cash?
I haven't any cash now, but...
You're making us angry.
- I have an idea.[br]- No!
You don't know what it is!
I propose that we get $100,000[br]in cash right now
- And the rest in two weeks.[br]- No, no...
- It gets us off the hook.[br]- You like to simplify, but not this time.
Sorry, but you'll pay up[br]right now.
Yes, right now.
Gentlemen,[br]I'll be forced to arrest you.
You'll be tried[br]by my revolutionary court.
You have any tanning lotion?
If I'd known who I was hiring...
That's what happens[br]when you rely on ads.
Why didn't you stay[br]in show business?
No ear for it.
You'll regret this.
History is with us.
History will speak for itself.
I need men like you.
No work without pay.
A Marxist like you[br]should see that.
You set a bad example.
That's what we fight for.[br]We have nothing.
Why'd the 1871[br]Paris Commune fail?
They wouldn't attack[br]the Bank of France!
Historians all agree on that.
Work for me, Simon,[br]and I'll pay you well.
Like you did[br]for the ambassador?
You really are just[br]cheap hoodlums.
We must kill you all[br]to have a real Revolution.
Right. All bets are off.
Today's winners are not[br]strong, intelligent men.
Today's winner[br]is the cheap finagler
who handles blackmail[br]like a Winchester,
as well as confusion in clarity!
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