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X1:074 X2:645 Y1:456 Y2:495 (# "lt Goes Like lt Goes" byJennifer Warnes)
X1:211 X2:508 Y1:456 Y2:495 (machinery clattering)
X1:078 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:495 That's all you're eatin' for lunch - an apple?
X1:281 X2:438 Y1:456 Y2:490 I'm dietin'.
X1:148 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:527 I gotta keep my strength up. I put these preserves up myself.
X1:167 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:527 Sunday, Roscoe and l put up over 60 quarts of peaches.
X1:086 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:495 What'd you do over the weekend, Norma?
X1:241 X2:478 Y1:456 Y2:495 I soaked my feet.
X1:183 X2:537 Y1:456 Y2:495 I saw you in town Sunday.
X1:125 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:495 Your friend drives a mighty big car.
X1:081 X2:636 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, ifyou'd looked on the motel register, you'd have seen my name there too.
X1:191 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:495 It's none of my business.
X1:071 X2:649 Y1:456 Y2:495 Mama, you haven't opened up your sack yet.
X1:184 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:495 Mama, aren't you hungry?
X1:300 X2:419 Y1:456 Y2:490 Mama?
X1:177 X2:542 Y1:456 Y2:495 Mama, you feelin' all right?
X1:300 X2:419 Y1:456 Y2:490 Mama?
X1:191 X2:528 Y1:456 Y2:495 Mama, can you hear me?
X1:300 X2:419 Y1:456 Y2:490 Mama?
X1:300 X2:419 Y1:456 Y2:490 Mama?
X1:211 X2:509 Y1:456 Y2:494 Mama, come on, now.
X1:148 X2:570 Y1:456 Y2:527 She didn't hear one word l said. She doesn't hear you right now!
X1:087 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:495 Now, you know that happens, Norma Rae.
X1:111 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:527 - It happens all the time. - Well, it doesn't happen to my mama!
X1:091 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:527 - It'll pass off. It's just temporary. - That's OK. She's only deaffor one hour.
X1:160 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:527 She's only deaffor two hours. She's only deaf all day!
X1:160 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:527 - She can get anotherjob. - What otherjob in this town?
X1:222 X2:496 Y1:456 Y2:495 This is the onlyjob!
X1:099 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'll give her a note. They send her home.
X1:122 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 Come on, Mama. They don't care anything about you.
X1:193 X2:525 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You all right out there? - I'm fine.
X1:158 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're gonna get all bitten up.
X1:193 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'll be in in just a minute.
X1:306 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 Well...
X1:178 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm gonna let this pot soak.
X1:129 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:490 There's one soakin' from breakfast.
X1:207 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:495 Now it's got company.
X1:083 X2:636 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hi, kids. Ten more minutes ofthis junk and then l want you to do your homework.
X1:303 X2:417 Y1:456 Y2:490 I did it.
X1:268 X2:450 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You did it? - Yeah.
X1:081 X2:638 Y1:456 Y2:527 Unsatisfactory in your letterin' and readin', and your numbers aren't too good.
X1:084 X2:634 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You haven't been doin' much homework. - Shh! l don't wanna hear.
X1:247 X2:473 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'll "shush" you.
X1:130 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What are you gettin' fixed up for? - I'm goin' into town.
X1:174 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:495 What do you need in town?
X1:298 X2:420 Y1:456 Y2:495 Things.
X1:177 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:527 - OK. I'll drive you in. - You got Bonanza on next.
X1:102 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:527 Oh, no, l'm gonna miss that. It's the same thing every week anyhow.
X1:190 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:527 I'm goin' to JC Penney's, buy myself some panties
X1:108 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:494 and a white cotton brassiere, size 32B.
X1:067 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:527 You wanna come and sit outside the dressin' room and have the ladies look at you?
X1:137 X2:581 Y1:456 Y2:527 No, ma'am, l don't care to do that. You comin' straight back?
X1:100 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:495 No. After that l'm goin' to the drugstore,
X1:155 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:527 buy myself some Kotex pads and a Cosmopolitan magazine.
X1:141 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:495 Mm-hm. Then you comin' home?
X1:077 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:522 Yeah. After that, l'll be so tired out from all the excitement l'll be comin' home.
X1:271 X2:447 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Mm-hm. - (knocking)
X1:329 X2:391 Y1:456 Y2:490 Hi.
X1:266 X2:453 Y1:456 Y2:490 Mr Wichard?
X1:075 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:495 That's right. Vernon Wichard. Who are you?
X1:090 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:527 - My name is Reuben Warshawsky. - Warshawsky? What kinda name is that?
X1:107 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:527 The kind you have to spell for telephone operators and head waiters.
X1:073 X2:645 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What do you want? - I'd like to get me a room with a mill family.
X1:095 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:527 What for? We got a hotel with 12 rooms. We got a motel with 36 rooms.
X1:182 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:527 I wanna get to know some mill hands close up.
X1:215 X2:505 Y1:456 Y2:495 Uh-huh. Why is that?
X1:086 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:527 I'll tell ya, Mr Wichard. I just got into town about, uh, an hour ago. Hi. How are you?
X1:087 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:527 I got out of my rented car and, before l had a chance to adjust my crotch,
X1:088 X2:630 Y1:456 Y2:527 the chief of police was on me saying "Who are you? What are you doin' here?"
X1:071 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:527 So l told him l was a labour organiser, come to put a union in the OP Henley textile mill,
X1:080 X2:638 Y1:456 Y2:527 and he said "The hell you are." He gave me a ticket and told me to get elsewhere.
X1:215 X2:504 Y1:456 Y2:495 He was dead right to.
X1:106 X2:613 Y1:456 Y2:527 Far as l'm concerned, all ofyou people are communists, or agitators,
X1:186 X2:533 Y1:456 Y2:527 or crooks, or Jews, or all four rolled together.
X1:091 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:527 Every time you people come into a town, the folks get throwed outta theirjobs.
X1:118 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:527 Do you mind if l ask you a question? How much do you make an hour?
X1:121 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:490 I make a dollar and 33 cents a frame.
X1:079 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:522 - When did you have a cost-of-living raise? - I haven't had that.
X1:060 X2:658 Y1:456 Y2:527 With all due respect, Mr Wichard, with today's inflation, that makes you a bit of a schlemiel.
X1:117 X2:602 Y1:456 Y2:490 You callin' me some kind of a name?
X1:111 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're underpaid. You're overworked.
X1:153 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:527 They're shaftin' you right up to your tonsils. You need me, sir.
X1:084 X2:636 Y1:456 Y2:527 I think maybe ifyou run real fast you'll get back to your car before my dog bites you.
X1:174 X2:543 Y1:456 Y2:527 Why are ya tellin' him that? We ain't even got a dog.
X1:221 X2:497 Y1:456 Y2:490 You don't need one.
X1:169 X2:550 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hey, how ya doin'? Do you have any vacancies?
X1:268 X2:450 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Yes. - Thank you.
X1:329 X2:391 Y1:456 Y2:490 Hi.
X1:318 X2:401 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey.
X1:113 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:495 Very friendly little town you got here.
X1:141 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:527 So far l've been told to shove off, get off, and go away.
X1:275 X2:444 Y1:456 Y2:494 Oh, it's OK.
X1:069 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:495 Make sure they spray your room for roaches.
X1:158 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:527 You got roaches down here? l'm very familiar with roaches.
X1:140 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:495 Do you have a room with a view?
X1:184 X2:535 Y1:456 Y2:527 You got the back alley or the parking lot. Which?
X1:187 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:495 Back alley or parking lot?
X1:126 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:522 Give him 31, Alston. Can't hear the drunks from in there.
X1:165 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:527 I'll be back this way next Wednesday after dinner.
X1:112 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm havin' dinner with my wife's folks.
X1:133 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:495 Tonight was the last time, George.
X1:107 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:527 You don't say, Norma Rae. Well, now, isn't that a surprising turn?
X1:325 X2:395 Y1:456 Y2:490 No.
X1:156 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:490 Been comin' on for some time.
X1:066 X2:652 Y1:456 Y2:527 You know somethin' funny? l didn't notice it. I mean, didn't you get your steak dinner?
X1:123 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:495 Didn't you get your box of pralines?
X1:118 X2:602 Y1:456 Y2:522 Didn't you come three times in a row in that bed over there?
X1:232 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I wasn't countin'. - (laughs)
X1:174 X2:543 Y1:456 Y2:494 Well, well. How about that?
X1:117 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:527 Looks like l don't know what it takes to satisfy you these days, doesn't it?
X1:177 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:527 Itjust doesn't sit well with me any more, George.
X1:140 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:527 I mean, you've got your wife, got your two kids in high school.
X1:083 X2:635 Y1:456 Y2:495 There's a lot of gossip. I got my two kids...
X1:259 X2:460 Y1:456 Y2:490 I don't know...
X1:137 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:495 Itjust doesn't make me feel good.
X1:135 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're here to make me feel good.
X1:124 X2:595 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm not trottin' down here any more.
X1:252 X2:465 Y1:456 Y2:495 Why, you hick!
X1:126 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:495 You got dirt under your fingernails.
X1:163 X2:553 Y1:456 Y2:527 You pick your teeth with a matchbook - I seen ya!
X1:065 X2:654 Y1:456 Y2:495 Shit, what the hell are you good for, anyway?
X1:158 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:527 You come outta that factory, you wash under your armpits,
X1:081 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:527 you come down here and spread your legs for a poke and then you go on home.
X1:191 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:495 And you're dumpin' me?
X1:183 X2:535 Y1:456 Y2:522 - I heard a hell of a thump. - Yeah?
X1:073 X2:645 Y1:456 Y2:522 - It was me gettin' throwed across the room. - I have some ice for that. Come on in.
X1:239 X2:479 Y1:456 Y2:495 Sit down, please.
X1:206 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:495 You look all shook up.
X1:228 X2:492 Y1:456 Y2:495 Here, put this on it.
X1:145 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:527 Thought everybody down south was Ashley Wilkes.
X1:108 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:495 You lie down with dogs, you get fleas.
X1:157 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, hey, what? Does this look broken to you?
X1:271 X2:448 Y1:456 Y2:490 Go like this.
X1:109 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:495 No, l don't think so. You want aspirin?
X1:276 X2:443 Y1:456 Y2:494 No, thanks.
X1:270 X2:448 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Band-Aid? - No.
X1:178 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Valium? - You're a whole drugstore.
X1:087 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm a mild hypochondriac. Keep that on it.
X1:259 X2:461 Y1:456 Y2:495 (Norma sighs)
X1:267 X2:453 Y1:456 Y2:490 Me and men.
X1:076 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:495 I oughta learn to say no right from the start.
X1:160 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:522 But if it wasn't men, l don't know what it would be.
X1:196 X2:522 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You got a lot of books. - Oh, yeah.
X1:068 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:527 Terrified l'm gonna wake up in a motel room and have nothin' to read but the phone book.
X1:238 X2:480 Y1:456 Y2:495 She got big eyes.
X1:187 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:495 Yeah. Got a big brain too.
X1:233 X2:485 Y1:456 Y2:490 What's her name?
X1:220 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:495 Dorothy Finkelstein.
X1:065 X2:653 Y1:456 Y2:495 She's a hotshot labour lawyer out of Harvard.
X1:100 X2:619 Y1:456 Y2:527 She must be your girlfriend ifyou haul her picture around with you.
X1:095 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:522 We sleep together on Sunday mornings, then we read the New York Times...
X1:092 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:495 and l guess that makes her my girlfriend.
X1:255 X2:464 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey. (whistles)
X1:195 X2:523 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I'm Norma Rae Wilson. - Reuben Warshawsky.
X1:107 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Nice meetin' you. - My pleasure. Keep that on your nose.
X1:126 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hey, l'm real sorry about my daddy. He got a short fuse.
X1:160 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:527 Yeah. Well, my credentials keep me out of a lot of places.
X1:120 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:527 But l'll tell ya, every once in a while someone opens up their door to me,
X1:069 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:527 puts me in their best bedroom and treats me just like l was a cousin. It's nice.
X1:251 X2:469 Y1:456 Y2:495 (Norma laughs)
X1:084 X2:634 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What? - That sure as heck wouldn't be my daddy.
X1:273 X2:445 Y1:456 Y2:490 You a Jew?
X1:225 X2:494 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Beg your pardon? - Are you a Jew?
X1:254 X2:466 Y1:456 Y2:490 Born and bred.
X1:183 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I never met a Jew before. - How ya doin'?
X1:188 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:495 I heard you all had horns.
X1:167 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:495 Circumcised, yes. Horns, no.
X1:097 X2:621 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well... as far as l can see, you don't look any different from the rest of us.
X1:259 X2:460 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Well, we are. - You are?
X1:145 X2:573 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well, what makes you different?
X1:297 X2:423 Y1:456 Y2:495 History.
X1:323 X2:395 Y1:456 Y2:490 Oh.
X1:272 X2:446 Y1:456 Y2:490 Got it now?
X1:210 X2:509 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Yeah, it looks better. - I think it stopped.
X1:192 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Thanks a lot for the ice. - Any time.
X1:234 X2:485 Y1:456 Y2:495 Christ, l hope not.
X1:188 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:527 Good morning. Read this when you have a chance.
X1:171 X2:549 Y1:456 Y2:522 I'm from the Textile Workers Union ofAmerica.
X1:179 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:495 Good morning. Thank you.
X1:107 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:527 Here you go. Read this when you have a chance on your break. Thank you.
X1:133 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:522 Hello. I'm from the Textile Workers Union ofAmerica.
X1:120 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:527 You wanna read this when you have a chance, please? Here you go.
X1:121 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 You wanna read this when you have a chance, please? Good morning.
X1:071 X2:645 Y1:456 Y2:522 Read this when you have a chance. I'm from the Textile Workers Union ofAmerica.
X1:092 X2:625 Y1:456 Y2:527 Thank you. You wanna read this when you have a chance, when you get home?
X1:148 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:495 Read this on your break, please.
X1:120 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:527 Good morning. You wanna read this when you have a chance, please?
X1:171 X2:549 Y1:456 Y2:522 I'm from the Textile Workers Union ofAmerica.
X1:095 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:527 You wanna read this when you have a chance on your break?
X1:120 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:495 Wanna read this on your break? OK.
X1:109 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:522 Morning. I'm from the Textile Workers Union ofAmerica.
X1:085 X2:634 Y1:456 Y2:495 You wanna read this when you get home?
X1:109 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:522 Good morning. I'm with the Textile Workers Union ofAmerica.
X1:117 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:527 Read this on your break... when you have a chance. Thank you.
X1:124 X2:596 Y1:456 Y2:527 I'm with the Textile Workers Union - How's your nose? - ofAmerica.
X1:163 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:522 Read that on your break. I'm with the Textile Workers...
X1:255 X2:465 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey! (whistles)
X1:066 X2:652 Y1:456 Y2:527 There's too many big words. If l don't understand it, they ain't gonna understand it.
X1:117 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:527 - That fella a friend ofyours, Norma? - Looks like he's gettin' to be.
X1:068 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You'll be late. - I don't care if l don't get there till tomorrow.
X1:094 X2:624 Y1:456 Y2:527 Thank you. Ifyou have any questions l'm at the Golden Cherry Motel, room 31.
X1:113 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:526 Read this on your break. OK, don't be late for work, now, folks.
X1:179 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:527 Good mornin' to ya. Thank you. Good morning.
X1:107 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:495 All right, the lady wants to go to work.
X1:232 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'll catch you later.
X1:306 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 Well...
X1:179 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:527 One ofyou guys shows up about every four years.
X1:089 X2:630 Y1:456 Y2:522 - About the same time we get the locusts. - Oh.
X1:217 X2:501 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What's your name? - My name?
X1:133 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Yeah. - My name's Jimmy Jerome Davis.
X1:111 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, Jimmy Jerome, we already got six ofyou bossmen in civil contempt.
X1:134 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:495 Would you care to make it seven?
X1:150 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:527 Why, hell, we plaster the toilets with them things.
X1:147 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:495 Wanna read this on your break?
X1:290 X2:428 Y1:456 Y2:490 Asshole.
X1:091 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:522 I already told him l wouldn't go out to dinner with him. What's he want now?
X1:161 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:526 Maybe he wants to make it breakfast, Norma Rae.
X1:174 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:494 Whatever it is, l didn't do it.
X1:157 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:527 Norma, you got the biggest mouth in this mill.
X1:169 X2:549 Y1:456 Y2:522 "Give us a longer break. Give us more smokin' time."
X1:149 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:495 "Give us a Kotex pad machine."
X1:153 X2:566 Y1:456 Y2:526 - Do it and l'll shut up! - Well, we'll do better than that.
X1:078 X2:639 Y1:456 Y2:527 We figure the only way to close that mouth is to hand you a promotion.
X1:124 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're goin' up in the world, honey.
X1:130 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:490 Yeah? How far and for how much?
X1:074 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well, we're gonna put you on spot-checkin'.
X1:099 X2:621 Y1:456 Y2:495 It sure ain't gonna make me any friends.
X1:139 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:522 It'll make you another dollar and a half an hour.
X1:176 X2:542 Y1:456 Y2:527 - How am l doin', little girl? - You're doin' good, Daddy.
X1:133 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:527 I think you better try to speed it up some ifyou can.
X1:194 X2:525 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm goin' as fast as l can.
X1:149 X2:570 Y1:456 Y2:495 Yeah. Well, they're watchin' me.
X1:213 X2:505 Y1:456 Y2:495 They're watchin' you.
X1:183 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:495 I guess you're sore at me?
X1:198 X2:520 Y1:456 Y2:527 I don't think you should push your own daddy.
X1:103 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:527 - It's more money. I need it for my kids. - Well, l don't need it from my kid.
X1:064 X2:656 Y1:456 Y2:527 Millie, Craig, what are you doin' in Grandma's marigolds? She's gonna kill you. Come on.
X1:156 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Get up from th... Look at you. - I don't wanna.
X1:067 X2:649 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, you do it anyway! Look at your behind! lt's filthy dirty. It's all full of dirt.
X1:149 X2:570 Y1:456 Y2:527 I asked you to watch him! Criminy, l cleaned you up once.
X1:120 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:526 Get it! Get it, Steve! Come on, Steve! Come on, Steve! Come on!
X1:136 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:495 Oh, wow! He's got an arm on him!
X1:303 X2:413 Y1:456 Y2:490 Whoo!
X1:156 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:526 - Hey, do you want somethin'? - Yeah, this is awful.
X1:150 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:495 Get me a hot dog, lots of relish.
X1:245 X2:471 Y1:456 Y2:495 Whoo! All right!
X1:134 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Hi. Can l have a hot dog, please? - OK.
X1:276 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:495 Thank you.
X1:270 X2:448 Y1:456 Y2:526 - Hi, Weona. - Hi, Norma.
X1:203 X2:516 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Can l have two dogs? - OK. Just a minute.
X1:320 X2:399 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Hi. - Hi.
X1:167 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:527 - How you doin'? - Are you enjoyin' the game?
X1:177 X2:542 Y1:456 Y2:527 Yeah. I love the shortstop. He goes right into the hole.
X1:157 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:522 I know. That's JC McAllister. Scouts are here lookin' at him.
X1:118 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:490 What's the matter? You don't like it?
X1:066 X2:652 Y1:456 Y2:527 This is not Nathan's. I don't even think this is a hot dog. What do they put in these things?
X1:157 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:527 Lotta red dye and other things you don't wanna know about.
X1:218 X2:502 Y1:456 Y2:490 Excuse me a minute.
X1:261 X2:458 Y1:456 Y2:494 Hello, Norma.
X1:221 X2:498 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Hey, Ellis. - You're lookin' fine.
X1:175 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm always fine. I'm a horse.
X1:218 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Changed your hair. - It grew.
X1:263 X2:457 Y1:456 Y2:495 How's Craig?
X1:252 X2:468 Y1:456 Y2:490 He lost a tooth.
X1:096 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:527 You know, it wouldn't hurt ifyou came by to see him every now and then.
X1:127 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:494 I don't believe l can do that, Norma.
X1:221 X2:497 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well... suit yourself.
X1:237 X2:482 Y1:456 Y2:495 You always have.
X1:080 X2:638 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Gimme a Coke, please. You want a Coke? - Yeah.
X1:268 X2:451 Y1:456 Y2:495 Two, please.
X1:144 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:527 Thank you. Here, this is for hers. For mine. Keep the change.
X1:276 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:495 Thank you.
X1:267 X2:452 Y1:456 Y2:495 Here you go.
X1:070 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:527 I climbed into the back seat of his Cadillac six years ago, stuck my feet out the window,
X1:161 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:527 and got myself my little Craig offthat southern gentleman.
X1:105 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:490 He ain't done nothin' worthwhile since.
X1:215 X2:505 Y1:456 Y2:495 Did you get married?
X1:149 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:490 He didn't bother. I didn't bother.
X1:107 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:527 My first affair, as l recollect it, was with my Hungarian piano teacher.
X1:177 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:527 I was playing Smetana, she put her head in my lap.
X1:129 X2:591 Y1:456 Y2:495 I tell ya, l played the hell outta that.
X1:079 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:526 Next thing l knew, we were in her bedroom, underneath a Russian icon,
X1:076 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:527 and her husband came home and found us. And the poor guy burst into tears.
X1:078 X2:639 Y1:456 Y2:527 I felt so bad. I put my arms around him and said "Hey, man, l'm sorry. I'm really sorry."
X1:141 X2:577 Y1:456 Y2:527 Then we all went into the kitchen and had a glass oftea.
X1:097 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:527 I guess it seems like every time you see me, l'm hasslin' with some guy.
X1:116 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:527 - That's what it seems like. - What do you think of me, l wonder?
X1:172 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:527 I think you're too smart for what's happenin' to you.
X1:134 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:495 Come on, lady, l'm over here now.
X1:209 X2:510 Y1:456 Y2:495 I got the jump on you.
X1:100 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:526 Come on, lady. Come on, come on, come on! Come on!
X1:141 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:490 Clock me down! Clock me down!
X1:197 X2:521 Y1:456 Y2:522 I'm over here now, lady. Come on! l'm over here!
X1:091 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hey, lady! Come on, what you waitin' for, girl? l'm over here now! Come on!
X1:251 X2:466 Y1:456 Y2:495 Come on, lady!
X1:197 X2:521 Y1:456 Y2:490 Come on! l'm over here!
X1:183 X2:534 Y1:456 Y2:495 Come on! Lady! Come on!
X1:145 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:527 You damn fool! You're gonna be gettin' us both to lose ourjobs!
X1:286 X2:434 Y1:456 Y2:495 (doorbell)
X1:292 X2:427 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'll get it.
X1:318 X2:401 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey.
X1:286 X2:434 Y1:456 Y2:495 (doorbell)
X1:071 X2:649 Y1:456 Y2:495 I won't trouble you. I just came to apologise.
X1:090 X2:630 Y1:456 Y2:495 I know l could've lost you yourjob today.
X1:140 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well, you sure went crazy on me.
X1:301 X2:418 Y1:456 Y2:490 I know.
X1:091 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:527 I got handed divorce papers this mornin'. I guess... I went off my head.
X1:306 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 Well...
X1:207 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:495 Things can get to you.
X1:072 X2:645 Y1:456 Y2:495 Would you come and have a drink with me?
X1:135 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:527 Uh, just to make up for the ruckus and all the bother l put you to.
X1:225 X2:494 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm Sonny Webster.
X1:094 X2:624 Y1:456 Y2:495 You used to come in my mama's bakery.
X1:234 X2:484 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Sonny Webster? - Yeah.
X1:141 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:495 Sonny Webster! l remember you!
X1:079 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:527 You used to stand behind the cash register and give everybody the wrong change!
X1:090 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Well, l never was too good at math. - You're tellin' me. Sonny Webster! Golly!
X1:208 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:490 How about that drink?
X1:124 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:495 OK. Just wait one minute, will you?
X1:114 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:490 Who was that? l heard a man's voice.
X1:121 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:495 Yep, you did. I'm goin' out with him.
X1:161 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Where'd you meet him? - Just now on the front porch.
X1:073 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:527 Some Tom, Dick or Harry comes to the door and you've got your hat on? No, sir.
X1:163 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:495 Daddy, l'm over 21. Way over.
X1:072 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:527 Let me say some names to you, Norma. Buddy Wilson, Ellis Harper, George Benson.
X1:137 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:495 A US sailor, Trailways bus driver.
X1:066 X2:653 Y1:456 Y2:527 None ofwhich is lookin' after you as far as l can see. I got that spot. It's my roof. My food.
X1:154 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:527 There's something wrong with you trying to keep men off me.
X1:081 X2:636 Y1:456 Y2:527 There is nothin' wrong with a daddy's love for his little girl. You oughta be grateful.
X1:187 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:490 You're lovin' me to death.
X1:128 X2:591 Y1:456 Y2:527 (# "lt's All Wrong, Butlt's AlIRight" byDollyParton)
X1:166 X2:551 Y1:456 Y2:495 God darn, that lady can sing!
X1:173 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:527 - And her words are so true. - I like Elvis myself.
X1:073 X2:645 Y1:456 Y2:527 Oh, l wish l could just make a whole lotta money by openin' up my mouth and wailin'.
X1:093 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:526 - That don't necessarily make 'em happy. - What does? What does, what does?
X1:168 X2:550 Y1:456 Y2:527 I think a man and a woman's your best chance.
X1:314 X2:405 Y1:456 Y2:490 Mm?
X1:074 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:527 You are a fine one to talk. Didn't you tell me you got a gun and went under the bushes,
X1:181 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:527 and you was aimin' to blow your wife's head off?
X1:140 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:495 I was gonna burn 'em both down.
X1:207 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:495 Her and her boyfriend.
X1:259 X2:461 Y1:456 Y2:490 But l couldn't.
X1:095 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:527 She was a real good person when we went to school together an' all.
X1:150 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:495 Real nice person, but then, uh...
X1:143 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:495 The change that come over her...
X1:207 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:495 still really amazes me.
X1:304 X2:416 Y1:456 Y2:490 Listen.
X1:135 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:490 I'm a lot different from what l was.
X1:148 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:495 I mean, you go through things...
X1:318 X2:401 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey!
X1:139 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hey! Whoo! New York! Hey, man! New York! Hey, buddy!
X1:175 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hi! Hey, come on over here!
X1:141 X2:577 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Hey, do we need anybody else? - The more the merrier. Reuben!
X1:170 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:527 Golly! Here you are with your papers and everything.
X1:187 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:526 - Come on over! - Come on, Reuben! Jeez!
X1:087 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:527 How are you? Reuben, l want you to meet Sonny. This is Reuben Warwashawsky.
X1:206 X2:513 Y1:456 Y2:527 - How about it? - Sonny, how are you?
X1:118 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:522 - All right. Why don't you sit down? - Come on. Sit down. Take a load off.
X1:182 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:522 - What are you doin' here? - I'm workin'.
X1:240 X2:479 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You're workin'? - Yes.
X1:171 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:526 - This is a bar. - Drunk or sober, l want 'em.
X1:070 X2:649 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Well, can l pour you out one? - No, no, no. I'll just have some plain Seltzer.
X1:090 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You're just drinkin' club soda, is that it? - That's it.
X1:091 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, you're gonna feel a whole lot better than l will tomorrow morning.
X1:191 X2:528 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Reuben is a union man. - Mm-hm.
X1:133 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:495 He's gonna put a union in the mill.
X1:144 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:527 - But there ain't never been one. - Then maybe its time has come.
X1:080 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:522 Well, there better be more than one ofyou! Cos there's more than one ofthem!
X1:083 X2:635 Y1:456 Y2:527 - There will be. - Big companies get everything they want.
X1:135 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Everything goes to the rich man. - You gettin' tired of it?
X1:164 X2:553 Y1:456 Y2:526 Oh, when l do, l just wash it down with beer, see?
X1:241 X2:477 Y1:456 Y2:490 You know what?
X1:108 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:495 You know this song on the... jukebox?
X1:118 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:527 This was the song... It was on the radio the night they called me
X1:100 X2:618 Y1:456 Y2:527 and they told me my husband had been killed in a fight in a beerjoint.
X1:076 X2:643 Y1:456 Y2:495 Yeah, l knew Buddy Wilson. In high school.
X1:121 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You did? - Yeah. We had wood shop together.
X1:277 X2:441 Y1:456 Y2:494 Yeah, God.
X1:130 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:522 He was drunk, and he got in a fight and he broke a beer bottle.
X1:148 X2:570 Y1:456 Y2:522 And then this other guy, he had a broken beer bottle too.
X1:194 X2:522 Y1:456 Y2:527 I remember l went down to the funeral parlour.
X1:081 X2:636 Y1:456 Y2:527 Cos l wanted to see him, you know? And this old guy, he comes out and says...
X1:088 X2:630 Y1:456 Y2:527 that he didn't think it'd be a good idea if l'd see Buddy cos he wasn't prepared yet.
X1:157 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:527 I don't know, l just... I reallyjust wanted to see him.
X1:151 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:495 And my daddy wouldn't let me.
X1:132 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well... that were the end of Buddy.
X1:244 X2:476 Y1:456 Y2:495 Far as that goes.
X1:237 X2:482 Y1:456 Y2:522 - I'm gonna drive. - I'll drive.
X1:126 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What do you mean? You're drunk. - So are you.
X1:065 X2:654 Y1:456 Y2:495 I think l'll drive. No, no, no, gang. Here we go.
X1:242 X2:477 Y1:456 Y2:527 - This way. - (Norma laughs)
X1:154 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:522 I went out with one man and l'm comin' home with two!
X1:140 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:527 Now, that sure as heck is gonna surprise the hell outta my daddy.
X1:068 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:522 - He keeps a close watch on you, doesn't he? - Yeah. We're close.
X1:108 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:522 I remember he used to drive 250 miles to take me down to Crescent Beach.
X1:094 X2:624 Y1:456 Y2:527 He used to buy me a chicken dinner and take me swimmin' and tell me jokes.
X1:078 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:527 And we used to sleep in the car. We'd wake up and walk out on the sand. It was all wet.
X1:071 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:495 He bought me this ring. I wear it all the time.
X1:114 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:527 Reuben, would you pull the car over? l think l'm going to be sick.
X1:232 X2:485 Y1:456 Y2:495 All right, hang on.
X1:275 X2:444 Y1:456 Y2:495 Easy. Easy.
X1:289 X2:430 Y1:456 Y2:490 You OK?
X1:087 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Come on. - I'd help you, but l think l'd give it up too.
X1:286 X2:434 Y1:456 Y2:495 (retching)
X1:199 X2:519 Y1:456 Y2:527 - That was real ladylike. - It's all right.
X1:180 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:527 I did bedpans one summer at Stuyvesant Hospital.
X1:169 X2:551 Y1:456 Y2:527 One ofthese days l'm gonna get myself all together.
X1:115 X2:602 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, make it soon. Because one of these days l'm gonna start in on you.
X1:189 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:527 Thank you. Read this when you have a chance.
X1:167 X2:551 Y1:456 Y2:527 I took your advice. Got it down to two syllables.
X1:267 X2:452 Y1:456 Y2:490 One's better.
X1:081 X2:638 Y1:456 Y2:527 Good morning. Good morning. Read this when you have a chance, please.
X1:219 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:494 Mornin', Norma Rae.
X1:269 X2:450 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey, Lucius!
X1:244 X2:474 Y1:456 Y2:494 Mornin', Linette!
X1:295 X2:425 Y1:456 Y2:490 Linette?
X1:257 X2:463 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey, Billy Joe.
X1:108 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:495 What the hell is goin' on around here?
X1:239 X2:480 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm talkin' to you!
X1:315 X2:404 Y1:456 Y2:490 Fink!
X1:282 X2:435 Y1:456 Y2:494 Well, shit!
X1:136 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:526 - Nobody out there's talkin' to me. - Less talk, more work.
X1:081 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:527 They're my friends, and they're gonna stay my friends. I'm quittin' right here and now.
X1:091 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You're speedin' 'em up to weed 'em out! - You knew all that.
X1:069 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, l was greedy, and l was dumb. Now l'm sorry, so you can just go ahead and fire me.
X1:084 X2:635 Y1:456 Y2:527 No, we won't do that. We'll put you back to work in the weaving room, Norma.
X1:067 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:495 Your family's been with this mill a long time.
X1:247 X2:470 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Good mornin'! - Mornin'!
X1:309 X2:409 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Hey. - Hey.
X1:249 X2:468 Y1:456 Y2:495 We're all ready.
X1:275 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:495 All ofyou?
X1:253 X2:464 Y1:456 Y2:490 All three of us.
X1:108 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Well, then, everybody hop in! - OK. Millie, you can climb in yourself.
X1:111 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:527 - OK, now, be careful. Don't fall down. - What's your name, big guy?
X1:308 X2:411 Y1:456 Y2:495 Craig.
X1:100 X2:618 Y1:456 Y2:527 That's Craig and this is Mi... Craig, l want you to put your seat on the floor.
X1:318 X2:401 Y1:456 Y2:495 Bye!
X1:264 X2:453 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Bye, Mama! - Bye-bye!
X1:254 X2:465 Y1:456 Y2:495 Bye, Grandma!
X1:222 X2:497 Y1:456 Y2:495 I wanna sit up front.
X1:229 X2:490 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Well, you can't. - Are we there yet?
X1:109 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:527 No, we're not there yet, you silly willy. Goodness sakes. We just started off.
X1:121 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I thought we were goin' to the lake. - We are. I gotta make a stop first.
X1:160 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, you should've done that before you got in the car.
X1:265 X2:454 Y1:456 Y2:490 This is Alice.
X1:273 X2:445 Y1:456 Y2:490 She's mine.
X1:071 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well, like l always say, the more the merrier.
X1:062 X2:656 Y1:456 Y2:495 OK. You gonna watch what you're doin' now?
X1:112 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Next time, you get up there yourself. - (Millie) Alice, over here!
X1:189 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:495 Sure easy with your kids.
X1:203 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:495 I yell at 'em. I swat 'em.
X1:224 X2:494 Y1:456 Y2:495 (Millie) Look at this!
X1:202 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're a pretty woman.
X1:173 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:527 I was good at 18, but things have kinda slipped and slid.
X1:196 X2:523 Y1:456 Y2:495 You look all right to me.
X1:107 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:495 Keep the lights down low, l'm all right.
X1:134 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well... I'll take you where it's dark.
X1:252 X2:467 Y1:456 Y2:490 I've been there.
X1:146 X2:573 Y1:456 Y2:490 I don't owe a nickel in this town.
X1:098 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:527 I'll eat anything that's put in front of me. I can fix anything electrical.
X1:105 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:527 I'm all right after my first cup of coffee. I want that bad, though.
X1:119 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:495 I got me a newjob at the gas station.
X1:105 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:527 I turn my paycheck over the minute l get it - that's every Friday.
X1:172 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:527 And l come straight home from work. And l stay there.
X1:230 X2:489 Y1:456 Y2:495 I got me and Alice.
X1:268 X2:449 Y1:456 Y2:490 We're alone.
X1:120 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:495 You got your two kids. You're alone.
X1:208 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:495 Ifyou could help me...
X1:197 X2:522 Y1:456 Y2:495 maybe l could help you.
X1:122 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:495 It's been a long time between offers.
X1:292 X2:427 Y1:456 Y2:490 Kiss me.
X1:238 X2:482 Y1:456 Y2:495 Ifthat's all right...
X1:175 X2:543 Y1:456 Y2:495 then everythin' else will be.
X1:117 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:527 And now, by the authority vested in me by this sovereign state,
X1:154 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:495 I pronounce you man and wife.
X1:134 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:495 Ifyou like, you may kiss the bride.
X1:060 X2:658 Y1:456 Y2:527 Mother over here has a little home-made wine for us. Picked the berries myself last summer.
X1:228 X2:490 Y1:456 Y2:495 Thank you, ma'am.
X1:276 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:495 Thank you.
X1:201 X2:518 Y1:456 Y2:495 To my wife Norma Rae.
X1:285 X2:433 Y1:456 Y2:494 And, uh...
X1:138 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:495 I just hope l can keep up with her.
X1:175 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:527 Roscoe says l shouldn't go, but l think l'm gonna.
X1:142 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm not askin' anybody. I'm goin'.
X1:212 X2:506 Y1:456 Y2:494 On October 8th, 1970,
X1:247 X2:472 Y1:456 Y2:495 my grandfather,
X1:113 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:527 Isaac Abraham Warshawsky, aged 87, died in his sleep in New York City.
X1:142 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:522 On the following Friday morning his funeral was held.
X1:101 X2:618 Y1:456 Y2:527 My mother and father attended. My two uncles from Brooklyn attended,
X1:079 X2:639 Y1:456 Y2:495 and my Aunt Minnie came up from Florida.
X1:122 X2:595 Y1:456 Y2:527 Also present were 862 members of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers
X1:134 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:526 and the Cloth Hat and Cap Makers Union ofAmerica,
X1:173 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:495 also members of his family.
X1:093 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:495 In death, as in life, they stood at his side.
X1:136 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:526 They had fought battles with him, bound the wounds with him,
X1:178 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:527 had earned bread together, and had broken it together.
X1:080 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:495 When they spoke, they spoke in one voice,
X1:216 X2:502 Y1:456 Y2:495 and they were heard.
X1:151 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:527 And they were black and white. They were lrish and Polish.
X1:067 X2:650 Y1:456 Y2:495 And they were Catholic, and they were Jews.
X1:225 X2:493 Y1:456 Y2:495 And they were one.
X1:206 X2:513 Y1:456 Y2:490 That's what a union is.
X1:316 X2:402 Y1:456 Y2:490 One.
X1:206 X2:514 Y1:456 Y2:495 Ladies and gentlemen,
X1:092 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:527 the textile industry in which you are spending your lives and your substance,
X1:065 X2:652 Y1:456 Y2:527 and in which your children and their children will spend their lives and their substance,
X1:061 X2:656 Y1:456 Y2:522 is the only industry in the whole ofthe United States ofAmerica that is not unionised.
X1:113 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:495 Therefore they are free to exploit you,
X1:076 X2:643 Y1:456 Y2:527 to lie to you, to cheat you, and to take away from you what is rightfully yours.
X1:171 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:527 Your health. A decent wage. A fit place to work.
X1:077 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:527 I would urge you to stop them... by coming over to room 31 at the Golden Cherry Motel
X1:129 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:495 to pick up a union card and sign it.
X1:166 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:494 Yes, it comes from the Bible.
X1:102 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:495 "According to the tribes ofyour fathers
X1:242 X2:475 Y1:456 Y2:495 ye shall inherit."
X1:095 X2:621 Y1:456 Y2:527 But it comes from Reuben Warshawsky: "Not unless you make it happen."
X1:276 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:495 Thank you.
X1:119 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:495 Thank you, Reverend. I appreciate it.
X1:066 X2:653 Y1:456 Y2:495 Everybody should have come and heard you.
X1:158 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Next time. - Uh-huh. If l have to drag 'em.
X1:318 X2:401 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey!
X1:177 X2:542 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You preach good. - When you gonnajoin up?
X1:182 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Me? Who's got the time? - Make time. Sleep less.
X1:132 X2:587 Y1:456 Y2:527 Cos if l don't get some help soon, l'm outta here and you got nothin'.
X1:103 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hey. I appreciate any help - thank you - that you can possibly give me.
X1:101 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:527 Uh... Lickin' stamps, stuffin' envelopes, typin' with two fingers, anything.
X1:231 X2:488 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I'll show up. - All right. Thanks.
X1:097 X2:623 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm here. I'm ready to inspect your plant.
X1:133 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:495 The federal government ofthe US,
X1:110 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:527 in accordance with federal court order number 7778, states the following:
X1:098 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:522 "The union has the right to inspect bulletin boards in the mills once a week
X1:135 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:527 to verify in person that its notices are not being stripped off."
X1:180 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Do you have a trash can? - Inside.
X1:188 X2:530 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Keep America beautiful. - Downstairs.
X1:276 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:495 Thank you.
X1:294 X2:424 Y1:456 Y2:490 Mornin'!
X1:063 X2:656 Y1:456 Y2:527 - How are ya? - Am l movin' too quick for you or somethin'?
X1:093 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:527 I did my running when l was in the army. I'm not in the army now, brother.
X1:072 X2:647 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Ifyou're outta shape, l'll slow down a little. - Appreciate it.
X1:155 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:495 Let's keep it to a basic saunter.
X1:094 X2:625 Y1:456 Y2:522 Good morning! l'm Reuben Warshawsky ofthe Textile Workers Union ofAmerica.
X1:165 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:522 - What's your name, brother? - Buffum.
X1:271 X2:448 Y1:456 Y2:490 Mr Buffum?
X1:107 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:527 - How long have you worked here, sir? - 12 years.
X1:212 X2:507 Y1:456 Y2:495 Do you like yourjob?
X1:232 X2:486 Y1:456 Y2:526 - I'd like to keep it. - Yes, sir.
X1:065 X2:652 Y1:456 Y2:527 Warshawsky, you're interferin' with the work. The court order says you can't do that.
X1:156 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, then, brother, let us both keep to the letter ofthe law.
X1:187 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:495 I ain't got no kike brother.
X1:122 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:522 - I don't think you meant to say that. - I meant it.
X1:097 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:527 You did, huh? Well, shit, now l'm gonna have to stop and get into a fight, huh?
X1:085 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Come on. The bulletin board's over here. - The bulletin board's over here.
X1:251 X2:468 Y1:456 Y2:495 Good morning.
X1:087 X2:631 Y1:456 Y2:495 Somebody's lookin' to get into a car pool.
X1:110 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:495 Somebody wants to sell a basset pup.
X1:077 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:527 And you can pick pecans for 40 cents a bushel at Selma Landing. Isn't that terrific?
X1:118 X2:600 Y1:456 Y2:495 The only thing missing is my notice.
X1:289 X2:431 Y1:456 Y2:490 It's there.
X1:232 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:490 It is? l don't see it!
X1:294 X2:423 Y1:456 Y2:495 Ah, yes.
X1:163 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:527 Wilt Chamberlain on stilts could read that thing, maybe.
X1:102 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:527 Wanna bring it down to eye level, brothers, where everybody can read it?
X1:144 X2:573 Y1:456 Y2:495 We'll make note ofyour request.
X1:080 X2:638 Y1:456 Y2:495 Why do you guys pull this horseshit, huh?
X1:087 X2:631 Y1:456 Y2:527 I have to go to the phone, call my lawyers and get 'em on your ass. That's childish!
X1:066 X2:653 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Where's the phone? Who's got two nickels? - Hey!
X1:211 X2:509 Y1:456 Y2:495 Briggs, bring it down.
X1:225 X2:494 Y1:456 Y2:495 Eye! Eye level! Eye.
X1:078 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:495 You ain't supposed to read the damn thing.
X1:143 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:522 No union organiser, not even a known union member
X1:066 X2:652 Y1:456 Y2:527 has been inside the fences and walls ofthis factory for more than ten years. I'm readin' it.
X1:203 X2:516 Y1:456 Y2:526 - Well, read fast, then. - While l'm readin' this,
X1:071 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:527 you read the court order that says any agent ofthis company can be held in contempt.
X1:091 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:527 You're messing with a contempt citation. Ifyou're hot forjail, keep it up.
X1:124 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I ain't violatin' no laws. - You're violatin' the law now, baby.
X1:217 X2:501 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Can we finish this? - Certainly.
X1:181 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Where's the other board? - In the weavin' room.
X1:172 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You wanna show it to me? - Hell, yeah!
X1:300 X2:418 Y1:456 Y2:495 Briggs!
X1:120 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:495 Good mornin'! How are ya? Mornin'!
X1:200 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:490 Good mornin'! Mornin'!
X1:114 X2:605 Y1:456 Y2:522 Good mornin' to ya. I'm Warshawsky, Textile Workers Union ofAmerica.
X1:162 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:495 Good morning! Mornin' to ya.
X1:208 X2:511 Y1:456 Y2:494 Good mornin', ma'am.
X1:133 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:522 Good morning. Warshawsky, Textile Workers Union ofAmerica.
X1:062 X2:656 Y1:456 Y2:495 Good morning. Good morning to you, ma'am.
X1:083 X2:634 Y1:456 Y2:527 Good morning! l'm in room 31, the Golden Cherry Motel, ifyou have any questions.
X1:276 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:495 Thank you.
X1:250 X2:467 Y1:456 Y2:495 Good morning!
X1:221 X2:496 Y1:456 Y2:495 Good mornin' to ya!
X1:251 X2:468 Y1:456 Y2:495 Good morning.
X1:315 X2:405 Y1:456 Y2:490 Nice.
X1:178 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:527 Gentlemen, your average working man is not stupid.
X1:236 X2:482 Y1:456 Y2:495 He just gets tired!
X1:090 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:495 You wanna move this outta here, please?
X1:199 X2:519 Y1:456 Y2:490 Move it! Move the stuff!
X1:259 X2:460 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey, Reuben?
X1:318 X2:401 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey!
X1:210 X2:509 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You busy? - Oh, yeah. Very busy.
X1:212 X2:507 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Well, can l come in? - Please.
X1:312 X2:404 Y1:456 Y2:490 Jeez!
X1:110 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:495 Don't they ever clean up around here?
X1:109 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:527 I don't want them messin' up my stuff. I know where everything is.
X1:064 X2:654 Y1:456 Y2:527 - If l joined up with you, would l lose myjob? - No way.
X1:093 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:527 You can wear a union button as big as a Frisbee when you go to work.
X1:077 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:527 You can talk union to any mill hands that wanna listen, as long as it's during a break.
X1:087 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:495 You can take union pamphlets to the mill.
X1:166 X2:551 Y1:456 Y2:527 There's not a goddamn thing they can do to touch you.
X1:130 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:495 I was never a very good Girl Scout.
X1:212 X2:508 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'll go along with you.
X1:145 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:490 You're the fish l wanted to hook.
X1:306 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 Well...
X1:167 X2:551 Y1:456 Y2:527 You got me. So what the hell are you gonna do with me?
X1:149 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Make a mensch outta you, kid. - You are?
X1:294 X2:425 Y1:456 Y2:490 Mm-hm.
X1:262 X2:456 Y1:456 Y2:490 What is that?
X1:072 X2:647 Y1:456 Y2:527 Somebody who goes to the old folks' home on Saturday morning instead of playin' golf.
X1:143 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:527 Somebody who puts a dollar in a blind man's cup for a pencil.
X1:091 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I'd do that. - Uh-huh. But would you take the pencil?
X1:207 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:495 Of course. I paid for it.
X1:104 X2:613 Y1:456 Y2:522 Somewhere between logic and charity, there falls a shadow.
X1:113 X2:605 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Reuben, ifyou put... - We could debate this all night. Here.
X1:313 X2:406 Y1:456 Y2:495 Sign.
X1:206 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:490 "Norma Rae Webster."
X1:143 X2:577 Y1:456 Y2:522 How come everybody down here has three names?
X1:139 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:527 Come on, Wayne. Lemme pin this old thing on you.
X1:109 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:495 Cover up the gravy spot on your shirt.
X1:149 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well, now, what do l get if l do?
X1:106 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:527 You don't get nothin' ifyou don't. Besides, ain't you had enough ofthat?
X1:098 X2:621 Y1:456 Y2:527 You and me, we used to heat up that NCO club down at the base pretty good.
X1:083 X2:636 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Bygone days. - Well... then pin it on me for bygone days.
X1:106 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:495 Oh, good, Wayne! l'm so proud ofyou!
X1:150 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:527 Do you think we'll ever see that club again, Norma, honey?
X1:086 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:495 Take your wife. She doesn't get out much.
X1:183 X2:536 Y1:456 Y2:526 Looks like you strayed off the reservation, Norma.
X1:266 X2:453 Y1:456 Y2:495 Is that right?
X1:173 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:527 You got your own coffee machine at your end!
X1:078 X2:639 Y1:456 Y2:527 Yeah, but l don't got a water fountain, and l gotta cool down my coffee afore l drink it!
X1:220 X2:497 Y1:456 Y2:495 You cool everythin'!
X1:076 X2:643 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Hey, Reverend! - Norma, you caught me in my shirtsleeves.
X1:259 X2:459 Y1:456 Y2:494 Oh, that's OK.
X1:071 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:527 Maybe we can have flowers out ofyour yard for Sunday. Spider mites eaten everything.
X1:322 X2:397 Y1:456 Y2:490 OK.
X1:136 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:495 Somehow l can help you, Norma?
X1:184 X2:534 Y1:456 Y2:526 How long l been comin' to this church, Reverend?
X1:180 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:495 Since you were a little girl.
X1:135 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:527 That's right. I accepted Christ when l was six years old, didn't l?
X1:081 X2:636 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well, would you call me a good Christian?
X1:149 X2:570 Y1:456 Y2:527 - With a lapse or two, l'd say so. - "With a lapse or two."
X1:075 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Would you call yourself a good Christian? - That's for the Lord to say.
X1:072 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:527 I want this church for a union meetin' next Saturday. Blacks and whites sittin' together.
X1:091 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:522 - This is a house of God. - I'm waitin' to see whether it is or it isn't.
X1:084 X2:635 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're comin' mighty close to blasphemy.
X1:095 X2:623 Y1:456 Y2:527 I've come here and said l sinned and l'm sorry, and l asked for God to forgive me.
X1:097 X2:623 Y1:456 Y2:490 I wanna see what this church stands for.
X1:112 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:527 I wanna see ifyou'll stand up and say there oughta be justice, a union,
X1:126 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:527 and ifyou're smitten, rise and the Lord'll be on your side.
X1:112 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:527 And ifyou don't, then l say there ain't nothin' good for me in that church,
X1:182 X2:537 Y1:456 Y2:495 and l'm gonna leave it flat.
X1:164 X2:553 Y1:456 Y2:526 We're gonna miss your voice in the choir, Norma.
X1:185 X2:534 Y1:456 Y2:527 You're gonna hear it raised up someplace else.
X1:184 X2:534 Y1:456 Y2:522 Y'all go in and sit down. I'll be in there in a minute.
X1:119 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:527 We're holdin' a meetin' at our house, Jimmy Jerome. Union business.
X1:141 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:527 Afterward we're havin' lemonade and cookies - ginger snaps.
X1:075 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'll roll up the front shade so you can see in.
X1:130 X2:588 Y1:456 Y2:527 Washed my windows on Saturday. You shouldn't have any trouble.
X1:144 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:522 You're goin' too far now, Norma. This is our home.
X1:101 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:522 - How am l goin' too far? - There's a bunch of black men in there!
X1:093 X2:625 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You'll get us in trouble. - I never had any trouble with black men.
X1:157 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:527 The only trouble l ever had in my life was with white men.
X1:159 X2:559 Y1:456 Y2:527 I remember some ofyou from the Chockoyotte church.
X1:158 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:495 I did all ofthe talking that day.
X1:136 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:495 Now l would like for you to speak.
X1:301 X2:418 Y1:456 Y2:490 Please.
X1:106 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:490 A man's work should be a man's work.
X1:210 X2:507 Y1:456 Y2:495 And not a term in jail.
X1:156 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:527 The black have been pushed, pulled and scorned. For what?
X1:130 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:527 Ifthe union is what everybody believes it is, l'll follow all the way.
X1:177 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:526 Excuse me for sayin' this with menfolks in the room,
X1:110 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:527 but, when l get my menstrual cramps, which come pretty hard,
X1:114 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:495 they don't let me sit down on myjob.
X1:095 X2:623 Y1:456 Y2:527 They say you gotta keep to your feet unless you bring a note from the doctor.
X1:084 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:495 We wouldn't say we was sick ifwe wasn't.
X1:104 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:495 You know, l look at a brick wall all day.
X1:140 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:494 There used to be a window there,
X1:120 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 but they come and brick it up to give us the feelin' that we shut in.
X1:120 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:527 My husband Averil died of brown lung two months ago.
X1:151 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:522 His children are gonna grow up not even... knowin' him.
X1:062 X2:657 Y1:456 Y2:495 I got all his clothes if someone could use 'em.
X1:131 X2:589 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm not gettin' the message across.
X1:218 X2:501 Y1:456 Y2:495 17 people out of 800.
X1:187 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well... you're an outsider.
X1:069 X2:649 Y1:456 Y2:527 Things move slow here. This isn't New York, where you grab a taxi and grab your hat.
X1:179 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:495 Mama, Craig's wet the bed.
X1:289 X2:430 Y1:456 Y2:494 Oh, Jeez.
X1:175 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:527 I told him not to drink Coke afore he went to sleep.
X1:303 X2:415 Y1:456 Y2:495 Craig?
X1:185 X2:533 Y1:456 Y2:495 Come on, sugar, wake up.
X1:186 X2:533 Y1:456 Y2:527 Get up. Put your arms around my neck. Attaboy.
X1:225 X2:493 Y1:456 Y2:495 You got any ideas?
X1:153 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:527 Yeah. Buy ajug of corn whisky and meet me here on Saturday.
X1:142 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:527 - We're gonna hit the back roads. - (Reuben sighs)
X1:161 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:495 Are you finished, honey? OK.
X1:080 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:495 Now, no more Cokes afore you go to sleep.
X1:173 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:495 How are you, Mr Robinson?
X1:178 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:527 - How are you doin' today? - I'm busy.
X1:160 X2:560 Y1:456 Y2:490 I'm Norma Rae. You know me.
X1:196 X2:522 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Yeah! How do you do? - Good to see you.
X1:152 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:527 - This is my friend Reuben. - How you doin', Mr Robinson?
X1:078 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:527 Listen, sir, why don't you read this, ifyou will, sir, and l'll fix your tyre for you?
X1:243 X2:476 Y1:456 Y2:490 How about that?
X1:227 X2:492 Y1:456 Y2:526 - You've got a deal. - Yes, sir.
X1:155 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Do you know how to do this? - I don't even got a car.
X1:064 X2:655 Y1:456 Y2:490 Let's look like we know what we're doin' here.
X1:228 X2:491 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Watch your hand. - Reuben?
X1:127 X2:591 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What? - I think he was takin' this thing off.
X1:089 X2:630 Y1:456 Y2:522 - I know that. - You makin' a baseball bat or somethin'?
X1:170 X2:549 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hey! Hey, Joe, how are you? Read one ofthese, will you?
X1:064 X2:654 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hey! Hey, Jake! How you doin'? Will you read one ofthose for me, please? Everybody.
X1:109 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:522 Hi, James. I want you to meet Reuben. He's a friend of mine.
X1:176 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:495 How you doin', gentlemen?
X1:163 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Would you like to read one? - No.
X1:069 X2:650 Y1:456 Y2:495 Elwood? Bob, you wanna read one ofthese?
X1:134 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:522 - I'm not interested. - You're not interested in a union?
X1:302 X2:418 Y1:456 Y2:494 No, no.
X1:133 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:527 Why? You think you'll get a better shake from management?
X1:193 X2:525 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I always have. - You always have, huh?
X1:302 X2:416 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Yeah. - Ow!
X1:222 X2:497 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I'm glad you cut it. - (laughter)
X1:206 X2:513 Y1:456 Y2:494 That's telled him, Bob.
X1:260 X2:458 Y1:456 Y2:526 - Hey, Robert! - Hi, Norma!
X1:251 X2:467 Y1:456 Y2:522 - How are you? - Fine.
X1:245 X2:473 Y1:456 Y2:527 - We come out... - Argh!
X1:137 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:495 It's only grass and water, Reuben.
X1:069 X2:649 Y1:456 Y2:527 - This is where we swam when we were kids. - Oh, yeah?
X1:060 X2:658 Y1:456 Y2:527 We'd come here after we'd hookied offfrom school and shuck off our clothes and jump in.
X1:167 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:522 The only water hole l ever saw when l was a kid...
X1:103 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:527 was when we used to open the fire hydrant on 110th and Riverside
X1:201 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:495 with a monkey wrench.
X1:187 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:527 - This is the life! - It's just an old mudhole.
X1:068 X2:652 Y1:456 Y2:495 It's terrific. It's coolin' off my mosquito bites.
X1:188 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:527 Oh, well... this is as clean as l'm gonna get this.
X1:276 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:495 Thank you.
X1:303 X2:413 Y1:456 Y2:490 Whoo!
X1:295 X2:424 Y1:456 Y2:490 It is hot.
X1:253 X2:465 Y1:456 Y2:522 - I'm comin' in. - Come on.
X1:248 X2:470 Y1:456 Y2:495 (Reuben) Great!
X1:241 X2:477 Y1:456 Y2:490 You know what?
X1:110 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:527 There used to be this old farmer that lived round here... with a BB gun.
X1:160 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Sure hope he's moved away. - Yeah. Me too.
X1:108 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:527 What the hell is that? Get out... There's somethin' flickin' around my...
X1:212 X2:507 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Those are minnows. - Those are what?
X1:145 X2:573 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Minnows. They won't hurt you. - They'd better not.
X1:084 X2:634 Y1:456 Y2:490 You sure are a fish outta water down here.
X1:093 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:495 This is not exactly my native habitat. No.
X1:138 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:527 Reuben, what would you be doin' on a day like this at home?
X1:168 X2:550 Y1:456 Y2:522 Play some handball at the Y. Go see Aida at the Met.
X1:074 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:495 Eat Chinese. Play a little poker. Hit the sack.
X1:303 X2:416 Y1:456 Y2:495 (sings)
X1:156 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:495 I've been two places in my life.
X1:193 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:522 I've been to Henleyville. Been on down to Piston.
X1:076 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:495 Oh, you'd love New York. You would. Wow!
X1:176 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:522 Super town. Most beautiful women in the world.
X1:282 X2:437 Y1:456 Y2:490 Best food.
X1:251 X2:468 Y1:456 Y2:495 Opera. Theatre.
X1:306 X2:413 Y1:456 Y2:490 Ballet.
X1:179 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:495 Reuben... you're homesick.
X1:298 X2:420 Y1:456 Y2:495 Oy vey!
X1:315 X2:403 Y1:456 Y2:490 God!
X1:288 X2:432 Y1:456 Y2:490 Reuben...
X1:201 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:495 You got a skinny build.
X1:310 X2:408 Y1:456 Y2:490 Yeah.
X1:153 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:495 Sonny works out with weights.
X1:279 X2:441 Y1:456 Y2:490 I tried that.
X1:078 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:495 I dropped 'em and broke my goddamn foot.
X1:306 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 Well...
X1:206 X2:512 Y1:456 Y2:495 You don't gotta worry.
X1:175 X2:543 Y1:456 Y2:495 Cos you got a head on you.
X1:250 X2:467 Y1:456 Y2:495 And you use it.
X1:304 X2:414 Y1:456 Y2:490 What?
X1:068 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:527 I know why we got a bad connection here, Henry. It's cos l think the line is bein' tapped.
X1:103 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey, you! Whosever listenin' in on this,
X1:086 X2:632 Y1:456 Y2:527 this is Norma Rae Webster, and l'm talkin' union to Henry Willis. I'm on every night.
X1:140 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:526 Same old story. No commercials. Union, union, union.
X1:175 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:527 Look, why don't you have your bossman tap me,
X1:160 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:527 and then you can go on home to your wife and kids?
X1:231 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:495 Henry, let... Henry!
X1:280 X2:437 Y1:456 Y2:494 Oh, shoot!
X1:181 X2:537 Y1:456 Y2:495 You ain't gettin' any sleep.
X1:124 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:527 I ain't gettin' any sleep and we gotta get to work in the mornin'.
X1:115 X2:605 Y1:456 Y2:495 I got a hundred calls to make tonight.
X1:071 X2:647 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Is that goin' on our phone bill? - Gonna take it outta my paycheck, all right?
X1:229 X2:490 Y1:456 Y2:490 Damn milk is sour.
X1:084 X2:635 Y1:456 Y2:495 I didn't have a chance to get to the market.
X1:165 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:527 Oh, you didn't have a chance to get to the market?
X1:072 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:527 You didn't get to the washin', and you didn't get to the kids and you didn't get to me.
X1:185 X2:533 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Is that right? - That's right. That's right.
X1:149 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:527 Damn TV dinners, kids goin' around in dirtyjeans!
X1:163 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm goin' around, uh, without!
X1:274 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:495 Altogether!
X1:230 X2:489 Y1:456 Y2:490 You want cookin'?
X1:244 X2:475 Y1:456 Y2:495 You got cookin'.
X1:227 X2:491 Y1:456 Y2:495 You want laundry?
X1:241 X2:477 Y1:456 Y2:495 You got laundry.
X1:235 X2:484 Y1:456 Y2:490 You want ironin'?
X1:249 X2:470 Y1:456 Y2:495 You got ironin'.
X1:063 X2:655 Y1:456 Y2:527 You wanna make love? Get behind me and lift up my nightie and we're gonna make love.
X1:301 X2:419 Y1:456 Y2:490 Norma.
X1:300 X2:418 Y1:456 Y2:490 Norma!
X1:318 X2:401 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey.
X1:197 X2:522 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey. Hey, hey, hey. Hey.
X1:317 X2:402 Y1:456 Y2:490 Shh.
X1:078 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:527 Veta, come down to the Golden Cherry this time. Don'tjust read it and nod your head.
X1:088 X2:629 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hey, Doris. Millicent. Come to the Golden Cherry and bring your peanut-butter pie.
X1:094 X2:625 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey, Vicky. Debra. How's your little one?
X1:119 X2:600 Y1:456 Y2:527 Heard he got the measles. Keep him away from mine, will you?
X1:122 X2:598 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey, Brenda! How's your new baby?
X1:085 X2:633 Y1:456 Y2:527 Listen, get on down to the Golden Cherry, will you? l know you can type.
X1:099 X2:618 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hey, get on down to the Golden Cherry, will you, and help us out?
X1:127 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:527 Sue, now, come on, read this. Every single word of it's important.
X1:087 X2:631 Y1:456 Y2:527 And come on down to the Golden Cherry. Cos if l got the time, you got the time.
X1:176 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, l don't bump into you much any more, do l?
X1:205 X2:513 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You all right, Daddy? - About the same.
X1:111 X2:608 Y1:456 Y2:490 Your colour's bad. You been drinkin'?
X1:109 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Thimbleful now and then. - Well, you know it's not good for you.
X1:064 X2:654 Y1:456 Y2:527 Oh, honey, what's the difference? Sometimes l wonder when l lie down if l'll get up again.
X1:138 X2:582 Y1:456 Y2:490 Don't talk old to me. I don't like it.
X1:297 X2:423 Y1:456 Y2:490 Listen...
X1:165 X2:553 Y1:456 Y2:527 I'm gonna come over there one ofthese nights real soon
X1:126 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:522 and take you out to a grand supper. How about that?
X1:314 X2:405 Y1:456 Y2:522 - OK. - OK.
X1:322 X2:397 Y1:456 Y2:490 OK.
X1:303 X2:416 Y1:456 Y2:495 (sighs)
X1:179 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:495 James, uh... coming back?
X1:279 X2:440 Y1:456 Y2:495 I guess so.
X1:192 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Where'd he go? Home? - I don't know.
X1:139 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:495 Jeez. I oughta be goin' home too.
X1:209 X2:510 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey... how's Dorothy?
X1:211 X2:507 Y1:456 Y2:490 She's terrific. Thanks.
X1:137 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:495 I see you got a new picture of her.
X1:182 X2:537 Y1:456 Y2:527 Oh, yeah. You like it, huh? My mother sent that.
X1:161 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:527 She and your mother, they must get along real well.
X1:102 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:495 Are you kidding? My mother loves her.
X1:121 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:527 She's a lawyer, she's lefto, she's Jewish and she's a great cook.
X1:128 X2:589 Y1:456 Y2:490 What the hell else could she want?
X1:179 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:490 How come she's so smart?
X1:287 X2:432 Y1:456 Y2:495 Dorothy?
X1:303 X2:417 Y1:456 Y2:490 Books.
X1:184 X2:534 Y1:456 Y2:495 Oh, madame, your dinner.
X1:171 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:495 Le grand banana and a beer.
X1:325 X2:395 Y1:456 Y2:490 No.
X1:174 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:495 Who's this? Dylan Thomas.
X1:256 X2:463 Y1:456 Y2:495 He was a poet.
X1:209 X2:509 Y1:456 Y2:495 A genius and a drunk.
X1:202 X2:516 Y1:456 Y2:490 What's he write about?
X1:242 X2:477 Y1:456 Y2:494 Love, sex, death.
X1:155 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:495 Other matters of consequence.
X1:221 X2:497 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Is he hard to read? - Ah.
X1:323 X2:395 Y1:456 Y2:490 Ah.
X1:071 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:527 - So why should l bother? - Cos maybe he has somethin' to say to you.
X1:220 X2:499 Y1:456 Y2:495 Open that, will you?
X1:082 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:495 "Rage, rage against the dying ofthe light."
X1:298 X2:421 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Yeah? - Yeah.
X1:243 X2:475 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well, l'll try him.
X1:307 X2:411 Y1:456 Y2:490 Good.
X1:323 X2:396 Y1:456 Y2:490 Ew!
X1:071 X2:647 Y1:456 Y2:495 There ain't nothin' on TV but reruns anyway.
X1:062 X2:657 Y1:456 Y2:527 Hey, do me a favour. Don't eat while you read. I can't stand banana in my books.
X1:202 X2:516 Y1:456 Y2:494 Kvetch, kvetch, kvetch!
X1:266 X2:452 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey, Warren!
X1:280 X2:439 Y1:456 Y2:495 (knocking)
X1:295 X2:421 Y1:456 Y2:490 Warren!
X1:162 X2:556 Y1:456 Y2:527 What's happened? Nobody came to the meeting.
X1:163 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:526 - They got us on a stretchout. - Oh, man.
X1:175 X2:544 Y1:456 Y2:495 Put us on a three-day week.
X1:118 X2:601 Y1:456 Y2:495 Twice as much work for halfthe pay.
X1:184 X2:534 Y1:456 Y2:527 - All on account ofyou. - Hey, just a second, huh?
X1:105 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:495 Now, you just stand there for a minute.
X1:289 X2:429 Y1:456 Y2:494 Oh, man.
X1:145 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:527 Now, there are six turnips and two quarts ofwater in there.
X1:151 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:495 That's supper for seven people.
X1:066 X2:653 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You just go sell your union someplace else. - Hey, l'm tryin' to get you...
X1:120 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:527 My arm's gone numb on me, Jimmy. I think l better go and lie down.
X1:181 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:526 Y'all got a break comin' up in 15 minutes, Vernon.
X1:076 X2:643 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I think l better go now, Jimmy. - Hang on, Vernon. Your break is comin' up.
X1:224 X2:496 Y1:456 Y2:494 Lucius, in a minute.
X1:305 X2:414 Y1:456 Y2:490 Mavis.
X1:294 X2:426 Y1:456 Y2:490 Rhonda.
X1:278 X2:441 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey, Betty.
X1:129 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:527 You get off at 3. You're supposed to be here at 3.15.
X1:094 X2:625 Y1:456 Y2:527 It's 4.15. Where the hell you been? You workin' for this union or aren't you?
X1:111 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I was gettin' my tooth filled. - You were gettin' your beer gut filled!
X1:146 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:527 Chew your old man out at home and get off of me, Norma.
X1:092 X2:627 Y1:456 Y2:526 I'm just startin' in on you. Now, l'm givin' nine, ten, eleven, twelve hours here.
X1:100 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:527 That's every day. There's a pile ofwork. We're doin' our share. Do your share
X1:101 X2:618 Y1:456 Y2:527 - or don't call yourself a union member. - Norma! Shut your cakehole.
X1:098 X2:621 Y1:456 Y2:527 - In fact, get the hell outta the office. - What'd l do? l only said what was true.
X1:319 X2:400 Y1:456 Y2:490 Out.
X1:285 X2:433 Y1:456 Y2:490 Come on.
X1:136 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:495 Peter, get to work, man. Come on.
X1:074 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:495 Let's go. Everybody back to work. Come on.
X1:302 X2:417 Y1:456 Y2:490 Mouth.
X1:066 X2:652 Y1:456 Y2:522 You're too muscular. You can't come down that hard on the man and leave him his balls.
X1:115 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:527 Jesus! lfyou were in the State Department, we'd be at war.
X1:322 X2:397 Y1:456 Y2:490 OK.
X1:147 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You're right. I got a big mouth. - Mm-hm.
X1:154 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:522 You know, cotton-mill workers are known as trash to some.
X1:061 X2:658 Y1:456 Y2:527 I know the union's the only way we're gonna get our own voice, make ourselves any better.
X1:189 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:495 I guess that's why l push.
X1:200 X2:518 Y1:456 Y2:490 Our own Mother Jones.
X1:272 X2:446 Y1:456 Y2:490 Who's she?
X1:062 X2:657 Y1:456 Y2:527 She was some considerable lady. She made it happen for the coal miners in West Virginia.
X1:218 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:490 You ain't mad at me.
X1:069 X2:650 Y1:456 Y2:527 Ifthe situation ever called for a smart, loud, profane, sloppy, hard-workin' woman...
X1:176 X2:543 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'd pick you every time, kid.
X1:143 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, how come "sloppy"? Nobody wears girdles any more.
X1:064 X2:654 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Why are you givin' it to me? l didn't order it. - Well, hey, you ate it!
X1:280 X2:439 Y1:456 Y2:495 (knocking)
X1:216 X2:504 Y1:456 Y2:495 (knocking continues)
X1:203 X2:516 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What do you want? - Warshawsky around?
X1:192 X2:528 Y1:456 Y2:495 Reuben's at the printer's.
X1:180 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:495 Pretty late for the printer's.
X1:081 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:495 Yeah, well, Reuben keeps him workin' late.
X1:156 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're Norma Rae, aren't you?
X1:316 X2:403 Y1:456 Y2:490 Hm?
X1:242 X2:478 Y1:456 Y2:490 I'm Mrs Webster.
X1:111 X2:606 Y1:456 Y2:522 We're from the union headquarters. This is AI London and l'm Sam Dakin.
X1:233 X2:485 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Is that right? - (carapproaches)
X1:085 X2:631 Y1:456 Y2:527 Well, now that you're here, l might as well give you my shoppin' list. Let me see.
X1:072 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:527 We need some more envelopes and stamps. We're almost outta typin' paper.
X1:062 X2:655 Y1:456 Y2:527 We could do with a loudspeaker. How about some typewriters that don't stick?
X1:079 X2:639 Y1:456 Y2:527 - We're not in office supplies, Mrs Webster. - And you aren't around here much, either.
X1:230 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:494 Ah, hello, Reuben.
X1:217 X2:502 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Sam. How are you? - All right.
X1:177 X2:542 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Gettin' fat. - Put on a couple of pound.
X1:219 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Al, how are you? - Lousy. I got a cold.
X1:199 X2:518 Y1:456 Y2:495 What brings you guys?
X1:135 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:526 You're not gettin' up much of a head of steam, Reuben.
X1:155 X2:564 Y1:456 Y2:527 You've had my reports. You know what l'm up against.
X1:193 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:522 - We're worried. - That makes three of us.
X1:147 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:527 This is a small Southern Baptist town, Reuben.
X1:108 X2:611 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You gotta keep your nose very clean. - Well, you see any snot in mine?
X1:105 X2:615 Y1:456 Y2:495 Maybe, uh, Mrs Webster'd like to leave.
X1:076 X2:643 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Why should she leave? - It concerns her. I'm tryin' to make it easy...
X1:138 X2:579 Y1:456 Y2:527 Ah, come on, will you, please? lt's late. What do you guys want?
X1:061 X2:658 Y1:456 Y2:527 Company wants us to look bad, they're gonna use anything they can to make us look bad.
X1:125 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:527 Reuben, the mill hands in this town go to church every Sunday.
X1:143 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:495 And she's talking union to them.
X1:093 X2:625 Y1:456 Y2:527 They say she's made a porno movie with a local police officer. Very explicit one.
X1:248 X2:471 Y1:456 Y2:526 - Show it to me. - Oh, come on.
X1:136 X2:581 Y1:456 Y2:527 There doesn't have to be a movie, just people talk like there's one!
X1:061 X2:657 Y1:456 Y2:527 The lady has an illegitimate child. She's slept around. She takes naps on your bed at night...
X1:228 X2:491 Y1:456 Y2:490 I don't believe this.
X1:089 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:522 Are we in the union business or the character-assassination business?
X1:061 X2:656 Y1:456 Y2:527 All of a sudden, after l put in an 18-hour day, l got the legion of decency on my hands here.
X1:068 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:495 She has broken her ass for this organisation.
X1:178 X2:541 Y1:456 Y2:522 She doesn't see her kids or have time to take a bath.
X1:081 X2:636 Y1:456 Y2:522 What the hell do l care if she has round heels? What is this? The Catholic church?
X1:239 X2:479 Y1:456 Y2:527 - It's your game. - Goddamn right!
X1:234 X2:484 Y1:456 Y2:522 - She ought to go. - Make it stick.
X1:124 X2:593 Y1:456 Y2:527 Ifyou can't, get the hell outta here! Just get the hell outta here anyway.
X1:202 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm sorry, Mrs Webster.
X1:168 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:527 I don't wanna hurt the union. I'll quit ifyou want me to.
X1:091 X2:626 Y1:456 Y2:527 What were you doing sleepin'? You were supposed to type some letters for me.
X1:310 X2:408 Y1:456 Y2:490 Yeah.
X1:222 X2:498 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey. It's me, Norma.
X1:097 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:527 OK, it's l, Norma. Will you forget the grammar? l gotta talk to you right away.
X1:314 X2:406 Y1:456 Y2:490 Um...
X1:117 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:495 Maybe you can meet me at my break.
X1:322 X2:397 Y1:456 Y2:490 OK.
X1:190 X2:528 Y1:456 Y2:527 Just makin' sure my kids got home from school.
X1:133 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:527 Your kids are with my kids at the grocery store buying candy.
X1:163 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:527 Maybe that's why my dentist bills is bustin' me.
X1:318 X2:401 Y1:456 Y2:495 Hey!
X1:102 X2:617 Y1:456 Y2:495 You want union? You'll get union! OK?
X1:200 X2:518 Y1:456 Y2:495 Break it up! Break it up!
X1:275 X2:444 Y1:456 Y2:495 Break it up!
X1:225 X2:494 Y1:456 Y2:495 Break it up! Break...
X1:247 X2:472 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You OK, man? - You all right?
X1:213 X2:505 Y1:456 Y2:527 - What started this? - They put up a letter.
X1:090 X2:628 Y1:456 Y2:527 They're tellin' the whites the blacks are gonna take over the union.
X1:150 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:527 Tell a white a black's gonna sit on him, this is what you get.
X1:081 X2:636 Y1:456 Y2:527 I love it when these pricks get mean. We can take legal action. Get me the letter.
X1:180 X2:538 Y1:456 Y2:527 I can't take it offthe board. They're watchin' me.
X1:103 X2:616 Y1:456 Y2:527 - How's your memory? - I don't know the Pledge ofAllegiance.
X1:071 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:495 Get somebody to help. Write a line at a time.
X1:171 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:527 This reminds me ofthe time l pinched a lipstick.
X1:196 X2:523 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Did you get caught? - I went back for curlers.
X1:134 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Then you know how to do it, kid! - OK!
X1:231 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:490 "..dom-in-ate... it...
X1:230 X2:488 Y1:456 Y2:490 and... control... it...
X1:181 X2:537 Y1:456 Y2:495 as... you... may... see... fit."
X1:273 X2:445 Y1:456 Y2:490 "lf... now..."
X1:284 X2:435 Y1:456 Y2:490 "lf now..."
X1:305 X2:413 Y1:456 Y2:490 Damn!
X1:217 X2:501 Y1:456 Y2:490 Damn! Damn! Damn!
X1:109 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:527 "You black employees are being told that by going into the union en masse
X1:134 X2:584 Y1:456 Y2:527 you can dominate it and control it in this plant as you may see fit."
X1:314 X2:405 Y1:456 Y2:490 "lf..."
X1:201 X2:517 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Where's the rest of it? - That's all l could get.
X1:075 X2:644 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Mata Hari. - They was watchin' us every single minute.
X1:157 X2:562 Y1:456 Y2:522 This is the best chance we got to nail these bastards.
X1:106 X2:613 Y1:456 Y2:527 So don't tell me you can't remember it. You walk up to it, you stand there
X1:116 X2:602 Y1:456 Y2:495 and you copy it down word for word.
X1:128 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:527 Get the date, get the signature, get it all and get it back here to me.
X1:237 X2:482 Y1:456 Y2:522 - I'll get fired. - I'll run a benefit.
X1:258 X2:461 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Thanks a lot. - Hey!
X1:078 X2:640 Y1:456 Y2:527 You wanna get massaged, go to a massage parlour. Either we get beat or we don't.
X1:082 X2:637 Y1:456 Y2:522 I got three kids, a drawerful of bills and a husband who doesn't like what l'm doin'.
X1:061 X2:657 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I'll do it. I don't need your boot on my ass. - Goddamn sludge has been sittin' three days.
X1:156 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:527 - I'm gonna tell you somethin'! - What are you gonna tell me?
X1:069 X2:649 Y1:456 Y2:527 You've been here a long time. You been all business. You're gettin' crabby.
X1:117 X2:603 Y1:456 Y2:495 Reuben, you need yourself a woman.
X1:161 X2:557 Y1:456 Y2:527 Funny you should mention it. Tonight's the night.
X1:143 X2:575 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Well, what would Dorothy say? - Wear a rubber.
X1:178 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:527 - "..that... where..." - You can't copy this letter!
X1:067 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:527 - It's on the bulletin board. I'm gonna copy it. - Norma, you better not.
X1:098 X2:621 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm gonna take down every word ofthis.
X1:126 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:527 It's my break time and l'm gonna take down every word ofthis letter.
X1:126 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:527 Just stay outta my way. I'm gonna take down every word ofthis letter.
X1:230 X2:488 Y1:456 Y2:490 "..occur. Strikes..."
X1:069 X2:650 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Hello, Norma. - Mr Mason. You know who l am. "..means..."
X1:147 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Put the pencil and paper away. - "..loss... of..."
X1:104 X2:614 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You stop what you're doin' right now. - "..cause of..."
X1:069 X2:650 Y1:456 Y2:527 You're gonna leave. The law's gonna come after you and take you right out ofthis plant.
X1:295 X2:423 Y1:456 Y2:495 "..jobs."
X1:199 X2:520 Y1:456 Y2:527 Mr Mason, l started this and l'm gonna finish it.
X1:220 X2:498 Y1:456 Y2:490 "..serious violence."
X1:167 X2:552 Y1:456 Y2:495 Let's go to my office, Norma.
X1:133 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:527 Why did you make those personal phone calls on company time?
X1:066 X2:654 Y1:456 Y2:495 I want you all to spell out your names for me.
X1:168 X2:551 Y1:456 Y2:494 Don't be foolish, Norma Rae.
X1:067 X2:653 Y1:456 Y2:495 Mr Mason, no one around here is on my side,
X1:097 X2:620 Y1:456 Y2:527 and l'm not gonna leave until l set down all your names on this piece of paper.
X1:106 X2:613 Y1:456 Y2:495 Lady, l want you offthe premises now!
X1:184 X2:534 Y1:456 Y2:527 You phone your husband. You tell him to fetch you!
X1:141 X2:578 Y1:456 Y2:495 I want you outta here right quick!
X1:258 X2:461 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Norma Rae... - Forget it!
X1:249 X2:469 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm staying put!
X1:237 X2:482 Y1:456 Y2:495 Right where l am!
X1:179 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:527 It's gonna take you, and the police department,
X1:070 X2:647 Y1:456 Y2:527 and the fire department, and the National Guard to get me outta here!
X1:173 X2:543 Y1:456 Y2:522 I'm waitin' for the sheriff to come and take me home!
X1:093 X2:624 Y1:456 Y2:495 And l ain't gonna budge till he gets here!
X1:142 X2:577 Y1:456 Y2:494 Come on down now, Norma Rae.
X1:217 X2:501 Y1:456 Y2:490 Come on down now.
X1:106 X2:612 Y1:456 Y2:490 You heard what l said. Come on down.
X1:296 X2:423 Y1:456 Y2:490 Lamar...
X1:171 X2:548 Y1:456 Y2:495 I want you to put it in writin'
X1:098 X2:619 Y1:456 Y2:527 that Sheriff Lamar Miller is gonna take Norma Rae Webster straight home,
X1:192 X2:527 Y1:456 Y2:495 and l want you to sign it,
X1:149 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:495 and l want you to hand it to me.
X1:083 X2:635 Y1:456 Y2:527 Don't you tell me what to do, young lady. You're getting nothing from me in writing.
X1:076 X2:643 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Mr Mason, you want her offthe premises? - Take her out.
X1:084 X2:635 Y1:456 Y2:527 I don't know if l wanna get in the same car with you and nobody else.
X1:159 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:495 Lamar... I ain't gonna bite you.
X1:173 X2:545 Y1:456 Y2:527 That's a police car. You're taking me to jail! No!
X1:188 X2:529 Y1:456 Y2:527 - No! No! No! No! No! - Quit that scrappin' now!
X1:117 X2:600 Y1:456 Y2:527 You're going' where we're takin' you! You're goin' to jail!
X1:211 X2:507 Y1:456 Y2:522 - No! - Get her feet in there.
X1:275 X2:444 Y1:456 Y2:490 No! No. No!
X1:228 X2:491 Y1:456 Y2:526 - No! - Get in there, now.
X1:261 X2:457 Y1:456 Y2:522 - No! No! - Get in there.
X1:246 X2:473 Y1:456 Y2:490 Get her in there.
X1:324 X2:394 Y1:456 Y2:490 No!
X1:306 X2:414 Y1:456 Y2:495 (wails)
X1:324 X2:394 Y1:456 Y2:490 No!
X1:214 X2:504 Y1:456 Y2:494 Webster, Norma Rae.
X1:161 X2:558 Y1:456 Y2:495 704 Priesta Road, Henleyville.
X1:201 X2:518 Y1:456 Y2:494 She's white, female, 31.
X1:225 X2:494 Y1:456 Y2:495 Occupation, textile.
X1:089 X2:630 Y1:456 Y2:495 Fair complexion, brown hair, brown eyes.
X1:210 X2:508 Y1:456 Y2:490 Arrest number 2238B.
X1:172 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:495 Charge, disorderly conduct.
X1:110 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:495 Norma Rae, you're goin' with her now.
X1:146 X2:574 Y1:456 Y2:495 (woman) Might as well sit down.
X1:153 X2:567 Y1:456 Y2:495 (Miller) You got one phone call.
X1:236 X2:484 Y1:456 Y2:495 Better call Sonny.
X1:143 X2:576 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'll be callin' my union organiser.
X1:120 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:495 I know the first time you're in is bad.
X1:212 X2:507 Y1:456 Y2:495 It comes with the job.
X1:097 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:527 I saw a pregnant woman on a picket line get hit in the stomach with a club.
X1:114 X2:605 Y1:456 Y2:495 I saw a boy of 16 get shot in the back.
X1:073 X2:646 Y1:456 Y2:527 I saw a guy get blown to hell and back when he tried to start up his car in the morning.
X1:080 X2:638 Y1:456 Y2:495 And you just got your feet wet on this one.
X1:266 X2:453 Y1:456 Y2:495 (door opens)
X1:301 X2:419 Y1:456 Y2:490 Norma.
X1:260 X2:458 Y1:456 Y2:495 You all right?
X1:219 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:495 I put the kids to bed.
X1:308 X2:411 Y1:456 Y2:495 Craig.
X1:178 X2:542 Y1:456 Y2:495 Honey, wake up. It's Mama.
X1:086 X2:631 Y1:456 Y2:527 Wake up, sugar, l wanna talk to you. Come on. Put your arms around my neck.
X1:149 X2:569 Y1:456 Y2:527 Alice, wake up. Millie, wake up. I wanna talk to you, sweetheart.
X1:171 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:495 Come on in the living room.
X1:232 X2:487 Y1:456 Y2:495 Come on. Attagirl.
X1:252 X2:468 Y1:456 Y2:495 I love you kids.
X1:216 X2:502 Y1:456 Y2:495 That's the first thing.
X1:207 X2:510 Y1:456 Y2:495 And Sonny loves you.
X1:203 X2:516 Y1:456 Y2:495 You got the both of us.
X1:237 X2:481 Y1:456 Y2:495 Second thing is...
X1:265 X2:454 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm ajailbird.
X1:134 X2:585 Y1:456 Y2:527 Now, you're gonna be hearin' that, and a lot of other things.
X1:109 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:495 But you're gonna hear it from me first.
X1:301 X2:419 Y1:456 Y2:490 Millie...
X1:087 X2:631 Y1:456 Y2:495 your daddy, his name was Buddy Wilson.
X1:067 X2:651 Y1:456 Y2:495 And he died four months after you was born.
X1:301 X2:418 Y1:456 Y2:495 Craig...
X1:115 X2:604 Y1:456 Y2:495 I wasn't never married to your daddy.
X1:208 X2:509 Y1:456 Y2:495 And he wasn't Buddy.
X1:219 X2:499 Y1:456 Y2:495 And he's not Sonny.
X1:234 X2:485 Y1:456 Y2:490 He's another man.
X1:109 X2:609 Y1:456 Y2:495 And there have been others in my life.
X1:097 X2:622 Y1:456 Y2:495 You're gonna be hearin' about them too.
X1:253 X2:467 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm not perfect.
X1:242 X2:478 Y1:456 Y2:490 I made mistakes.
X1:101 X2:619 Y1:456 Y2:495 Millie, these are pictures ofyour daddy.
X1:129 X2:590 Y1:456 Y2:495 Craig, l got pictures ofyour daddy.
X1:221 X2:497 Y1:456 Y2:495 They belong to you.
X1:221 X2:498 Y1:456 Y2:495 Ifyou go in the mill,
X1:161 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:522 I want life to be better for you than it is for me.
X1:112 X2:607 Y1:456 Y2:527 That's why l joined up with the union, and that's why l got fired for it.
X1:215 X2:503 Y1:456 Y2:490 You understand me?
X1:247 X2:472 Y1:456 Y2:495 Now, you kids...
X1:216 X2:501 Y1:456 Y2:495 you know what l am.
X1:127 X2:591 Y1:456 Y2:527 And you know that l believe in standin' up for what l think is right.
X1:165 X2:554 Y1:456 Y2:527 Go to the bathroom before you get back into bed.
X1:226 X2:492 Y1:456 Y2:495 Take your pictures.
X1:304 X2:415 Y1:456 Y2:490 Go on.
X1:210 X2:509 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm gonna take a bath.
X1:205 X2:513 Y1:456 Y2:495 There's lice in thatjail.
X1:120 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:495 She had one call and she called you.
X1:173 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:490 She knew l could make bail.
X1:132 X2:586 Y1:456 Y2:527 You come in here, you mix her up, you turn her head all around.
X1:233 X2:486 Y1:456 Y2:495 She's all changed.
X1:123 X2:597 Y1:456 Y2:522 I didn't want that. I didn't want her to be a frontrunner.
X1:137 X2:580 Y1:456 Y2:495 What's gonna happen to us now?
X1:068 X2:650 Y1:456 Y2:495 She stood up on a table. She's a free woman.
X1:072 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:495 Maybe you can live with it, maybe you can't.
X1:211 X2:509 Y1:456 Y2:495 I busted my shoelace.
X1:126 X2:592 Y1:456 Y2:522 - There's another one in the drawer. - I busted that one last week.
X1:165 X2:555 Y1:456 Y2:495 Did you ever sleep with him?
X1:325 X2:395 Y1:456 Y2:490 No.
X1:220 X2:500 Y1:456 Y2:495 But he's in my head.
X1:095 X2:625 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'm gonna see you through gettin' tired...
X1:267 X2:452 Y1:456 Y2:495 gettin' sick...
X1:279 X2:440 Y1:456 Y2:495 gettin' old.
X1:179 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:527 I'm gonna see you through anything that comes up.
X1:118 X2:599 Y1:456 Y2:495 And there's nobody else in my head.
X1:287 X2:431 Y1:456 Y2:495 Just you.
X1:077 X2:641 Y1:456 Y2:527 Folks, ballots tabulated for the OP Henley Company against the union,
X1:320 X2:398 Y1:456 Y2:490 373.
X1:210 X2:510 Y1:456 Y2:495 (cheering andbooing)
X1:301 X2:418 Y1:456 Y2:490 Folks...
X1:199 X2:520 Y1:456 Y2:494 Now, for the union, 425.
X1:156 X2:561 Y1:456 Y2:495 Yeah, we done it, baby! Union!
X1:169 X2:549 Y1:456 Y2:522 Union! Union! Union! Union! Union! Union! Union! Union!
X1:124 X2:594 Y1:456 Y2:490 Union! Union! Union! Union! Union!
X1:218 X2:501 Y1:456 Y2:495 (chanting continues)
X1:237 X2:483 Y1:456 Y2:495 (distant chanting)
X1:109 X2:610 Y1:456 Y2:522 - You going to drive straight through? - Yes.
X1:088 X2:631 Y1:456 Y2:527 - You better stop for coffee to stay awake. - I got a Thermos in the car.
X1:306 X2:412 Y1:456 Y2:490 Well...
X1:297 X2:421 Y1:456 Y2:490 "Well"?
X1:313 X2:405 Y1:456 Y2:490 Well.
X1:266 X2:451 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well! (sighs)
X1:142 X2:577 Y1:456 Y2:495 So, what are you gonna do now?
X1:302 X2:416 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Live. - Yeah.
X1:275 X2:442 Y1:456 Y2:490 What else?
X1:064 X2:655 Y1:456 Y2:495 Now, you drop me a line once in a while, OK?
X1:188 X2:531 Y1:456 Y2:527 - Anyone read your mail? - Well, my mother...
X1:187 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:527 How about l send you a copy of Dylan Thomas?
X1:148 X2:571 Y1:456 Y2:495 I already bought one for myself.
X1:288 X2:430 Y1:456 Y2:490 You did?
X1:106 X2:613 Y1:456 Y2:495 Nobody can do anything for you, huh?
X1:151 X2:568 Y1:456 Y2:495 You've done something for me.
X1:311 X2:407 Y1:456 Y2:490 A lot.
X1:154 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:495 Well, you did somethin' for us.
X1:278 X2:440 Y1:456 Y2:490 A mitzvah.
X1:251 X2:466 Y1:456 Y2:522 - What's that?! - What is that?!
X1:224 X2:495 Y1:456 Y2:495 That's a good work.
X1:196 X2:524 Y1:456 Y2:495 I don't say goodbye. No.
X1:188 X2:532 Y1:456 Y2:495 I have been known to cry.
X1:193 X2:526 Y1:456 Y2:522 - Well, what do you say? - Uh...
X1:231 X2:488 Y1:456 Y2:495 Be happy. Be well.
X1:264 X2:455 Y1:456 Y2:495 Same to you.
X1:180 X2:539 Y1:456 Y2:527 Uh... B-best wishes don't seem hardly enough.
X1:331 X2:388 Y1:456 Y2:490 I...
X1:221 X2:499 Y1:456 Y2:495 I'd like to thank you.
X1:071 X2:648 Y1:456 Y2:495 I do. I... I thank you for your companionship,
X1:145 X2:572 Y1:456 Y2:495 your stamina, your horse sense,
X1:154 X2:565 Y1:456 Y2:495 and a hundred and one laughs.
X1:180 X2:540 Y1:456 Y2:495 I also enjoyed very much...
X1:173 X2:547 Y1:456 Y2:527 Iooking at your shining hair and your shining face.
X1:174 X2:546 Y1:456 Y2:495 Reuben, l think you like me.
X1:319 X2:401 Y1:456 Y2:490 I do.
X1:097 X2:623 Y1:456 Y2:527 I was gonna buy you a tie clip or shavin' lotion, but l didn't know what you'd like.
X1:156 X2:563 Y1:456 Y2:527 Norma, what l've had from you has been sumptuous.
X1:074 X2:645 Y1:456 Y2:495 (# "lt Goes Like lt Goes" byJennifer Warnes)
X1:134 X2:583 Y1:456 Y2:490 Visiontext Subtitles: Kerrie Slavin
X1:257 X2:462 Y1:456 Y2:490 ENGLISH SDH
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