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- You know, some folks believe|everyone has a public life,
a private life|and a secret life.
What do you think about that?
- See, the thing is, I guess...
my secret life|is a bit less secret
than anyone else's right now.
- Hey, Mahowny,
you got a promotion, eh?|- Yup.
- So, when are you gonna|junk that heap?
- Why? It runs.
- Good morning.
- Hey, wild man.
You been hanging out|where the action is?
- I'm always where the action is.
- We still hanging|out this weekend?
- You bet. We're moving the stuff|into the apartment, right?
- We should celebrate|right after.
How about dinner|at Vivante's?
- Vivante's?
Are you sure we can get outta|there for under 30 bucks?
- No?|- No.
- You just got a raise.
- Hey, let's not get crazy.
All right?|Talk to you at lunch.
Good morning.
- Good morning.|- Miss Selkirk.
- Congratulations.
- Mr. Mahowny has just become
the branch's youngest|assistant manager.
- I see.
- He's been handling
Miss Selkirk's accounts and|trading interests for some time.
- Well,
perhaps we could...|get started, then.
- Are you telling me that|the bank would be happy
to lend the money to my father,
but has reservations|about lending it to me?
- We'd just be happier if Selkirk|International was involved
as security.|- I thought security was...
- The building itself, with|Miss Selkirk's bond holdings
making up the balance.
- In addition to which you have|my client's personal guarantee.
- Even so, with such|a large line of credit...
- Sir.
- I'm sorry you had to|go through that, Miss Selkirk.
- What was on that sheet?
- I thought he should know|how much we're making off you.
- Dan!
- You actually make banking fun.
- It's all about procedure.
Just have to know|your way around it.
- Well, I am very grateful.
One of these days,|I'm gonna take you out
and get you a decent suit.|Bye-bye.
- Bye.
- See ya.|- Bye.
- Are you sure he can handle|a loan of this size at his age?
- Oh absolutely.
He has an impeccable record
and excellent judgement.
- What are you doing here?
- We got a little concerned|when you didn't show.
We thought maybe you were sick|or something...
- This is not the race track.|- How much you got for us?
- I told you, I need a day or two.
- That was on Monday, Dan,|this is Friday.
- Look, guys, I'm having|a bad run, so what?
Just give me 5,000 more...
- Five thousand more?!|- Yes.
- Look after yourself or I'm|gonna have to do it for you.
- What are you saying?
- That we're gonna have to come up|with a payment plan
where you give me a certain|amount of money on a certain day
and until you're paid up,|you do not play!
- You can't do that.
- I can do it, I'm doing it now.
- I thought we had|a relationship here.
- We have a relationship.
And that is why|I'm shutting you down.
- For a few grand?|- It's 10,300.
- So what am I supposed to do?
- Go to the racetrack and watch?
- Do I make you do business|with me?
- Okay. Okay.
Give me an hour.
Yeah, give me an hour.
I'll see ya in the garage|in an hour.
- Couple of bozos|looking for a loan.
And Martin...
I don't see anyone|without an appointment.
- Yeah.
- What the fuck is this?
- A bank draft.
- This is made out to him.
- Hey, you want it|made out to you?
- No, but, uh...
- What do I do with this?
- You take it to your branch.|- My what?
- It is where I come from.|- That is not normal.
- I don't like my name on it.|- You will when you cash it.
What are tonight's lines?
- No, no, no.|I'm not gonna let you bet.
- What?|- You're not betting.
- I just paid off.
- I know, but I can't|do business like this.
- Take it to your branch.
- Yeah right, fuckin' guy.
- Come on, Dan.|Bank draft...
- Teri, that bridge loan we did|a draft on for Mr. Quinson?
- Uh-huh.
- We're gonna do another 15|for a cash pickup.
- Okay.
- Thanks, Teri.
- You want this draft cashed?
- Yeah, it's already signed.|Mr. Quinson's waiting in my office.
- Okay.
- Thank you.|Hi.
Let's do it.
Let's do it.
- Hi, folks, we'll be landing|in Philadelphia very shortly.
And you know what that means,|don't you?
Here comes the weekend!
- Just wait here a moment, please.
Just for a moment, please.|Thank you.
- Mr. N. An honour, as always.
An honour and a pleasure.
- Fifteen thousand dollars.
- Thank you.|- You're welcome.
- Here you go, Shooter.
Here we go.
Yo! Eleven! For 900.
Nine hundred.
Here we go.
- No, thank you.
- Blackjack 17.
He's making some pretty big|bets on impulse.
No consistent pattern.
- My kind of guy.
Let's take a closer look.
Is that a Rolex?
They just drive them to me.
- That's that, sir?
- What?
- Six a.m. We gotta end it.
- You're kidding.
- We'll be rolling again at ten.
I got kind of tied up, you know.
Guess you're gonna be mad at me.
- Well, where are you?
- Just out messing around.
I, uh...
I'm gonna make it up to ya,|Blin.
- You better.
- I promise.
- You have a good weekend, okay?|You know you work too hard.
- Yeah, yeah, that's all I...
need, Blin, is one good weekend.
- Eleven! Frontline winner!
- Oh hi!
- Hi.
- You still here?
That was a really great run|we had going there.
- Oh yeah. Yeah.
- Say... um.
Stake me 200, and I'll share|my winnings with you.
What do you say?
- No, thank you.
- Okay, uh... 100.
A hundred!
- Oh...
I can't believe|this place is ours.
- Oh, it's not.
- It could be.
We've got an option to buy.
You didn't get a lot of sleep|this weekend, eh?
- Mmm...
- I'll bet you were out|at the track.
Did you tell Doug|about coming over?
- Mm-hm.
- Oh, God!|I hope Maggie likes him.
Wouldn't it be great|if they started dating?
We could do things together,|the four of us...
- Uh-huh.
- Go out, have fun, hm?
Did you win anything?
- Sort of.
- How much?
- I came home with 500.
- Wow.
Ending with|a bench-clearing brawl,
and the puck crossing|the goal line.
The standings: Minnesota|leads Winnipeg by six points,
the Leafs by 15.
Yeah, I want 30|on North Carolina.
- Thirty? Hey, Dan,|you're scaring me.
- Take it or leave it.
- What, are you trying|to clean me out?
- I really need this one, Frank.
- You got 30 grand?
- You're gonna take|my action or not?
- I wanna take it,|but I'm gonna need
a little something|from you every Monday.
And I don't mean Tuesday,|I don't mean Wednesday.
I mean Monday.
- Fine, 30 on North Carolina.
- Well, she's a nice girl.
Belinda's known her as long|as I've known you.
- Is she like Belinda?
- Uh, no. But, hey,|if you don't like her,
you know,|we'll just watch the game.
- Why, you got money on it?
- North Carolina.
One-and-a-half-point pick.
- Right. So, uh,|how's that work again?
- Thing is, I win if North Carolina
wins by two points|or more.
- Wow, Dan, you really|go for it, eh?
You know, we should get some|serious play in some time.
- Like what?
- Well, we've never been down|to Atlantic City.
- Right. We should do|that some time.
- It's Clubs, Dan.
North Carolina|hanging on...
This game is over, folks!
No, it's not! Plankton has|committed a foul at the buzzer!
Oh boy, what a game!
Will you look at|the North Carolina bench?!
Have North Carolina won|by one, two,
or three points?
- Dan, what's your problem?|North Carolina have won anyways.
- Give me one.
Just one.
- Ah, shit. This is not good.
- Yes!
- Give me one.
Just one.
North Carolina have won|this game by just one point.
- Damn.
And that's all it takes.
Unfortunately, a solid team,
too many injuries|so far this season.
- Who's for coffee?
- Bill Gooden wants to see you.
Sounded kind of urgent.
- 'Morning.
- 'Morning.
- Alex Reismer called|about the Selkirk loan?
- Oh, right.
- He's coming down to sign out|the operating funds.
- I'll get the paperwork ready.
What's the number?
- They need 200,000. Cash.
- Hey, Dan! Your cash is here;|the Selkirk account, 300,000.
Uh, is it gonna be collected|today or not?
- Uh, it'll be here in an hour.
- Pardon?
- An hour?
- Oh, I have to wait an hour?
- What, you got a hot date?
- Something like that.
- Want me to sign for it?
- Would you mind?
- My pleasure.|- Oh, great!
- Thanks.
- How are you?
- Anything to declare?
- No, sir.
- $100,000.
- Thank you very much.
- Excuse me, sir, there's been|a mistake in the accommodations.
My apologies, Mr...?
- Uh, Doug.
- Mr. Mahowny.
Victor Foss.
I just want you to know|that my casino is your casino.
I set aside a table|at La Gioconde
so you can sample|our excellent European cuisine.
- Thank you.
- Perhaps you'd prefer|the Hyakida Steakhouse?
- Uh, barbecued ribs|would be good,
with no sauce|and a Coke.
- Mr. Mahowny would like|barbecued ribs,
no sauce and a Coke.
- Thank you.
- Mr. Mahowny, your new room key.
- Hey, Dan. Danny,|listen man,
forget the tables;|you won't want
to keep playing when|you see our room!
- Yeah, it's courtesy|of the casino.
- Really?
- Take these and hold|onto them for me.
Don't give 'em back|no matter what I say.
- Jesus! That's gotta|be at least...
- Forty grand.
- Forty grand!
- Yes... It's a new|system I'm working.
You gonna take 'em or not?
- Yeah.
- Come back in an hour or two and|I'll have some more for you.
- Yeah, sure.
- All right, I'll see you later.
- Is that ribs, no sauce?
- Mm-hm.
- He's still playing.
- I don't want him interrupted,|take them back.
And tell them to make some more.
I want 'em on permanent standby,|is that understood?
- Doug, give me my money.
- What?
- Give me my money.
- Dan, you told me not to, remember?|- I've changed my mind.
- You brought a curse to|that table, you know that?
Give me my money|and stay away from me.
- Come on, man,|I can't let you do this.
We're talking 40 grand!
- Forty grand of my money.
- You gotta calm down, walk outta|here now and think this through.
- For the last time,
give me my money
and stay away from me.
- Okay. Fine. Fine.
Come on, Dan.
- What?
- What are you doing?!|- What?!
- You lost your way, or something?
- Yeah. Yup, yup.
- Hey, hey, take it easy, man.
Uh, you want a rib?
We got plenty,
but, uh, no sauce.
- I'm putting you on the floor.
- You're kiddin'!
- I wish I was.
Bernie, isn't it?
- Um, yes sir.
- That guy you found|in the stairwell,
Mr. Ribs,
he likes you.
And you're gonna stick to him.
- Uh, sir, I...|I didn't do nothing.
- Well, then, don't do|nothing again.
Now get out
of my office before|I change my mind!
- Yes sir!|And thank you very much, sir.
I won't let you down.|I won't let you down. Thank you.
- Hey.
- Hey.
You okay?
- Where's the washroom?
- Uh, there, there and there.
- Okay.
- So where's Danny boy?
- He's busy.
- What, he doesn't eat lunch?
- Work always comes|first with Dan.
Except when he's|at the track.
He doesn't go that often.
- Belinda, you told|me yourself!
You've got no idea|how hard he works.
Anyone who works|as hard as he does
has a right to do what he wants|with his disposable income.
- You got that bank draft|for me, Teri?
- Bank draft?
- From the Selkirk loan account.|- Selkirk...
Um, there is so much activity
on that account, I can't keep up.|- I know the feeling.
- Oh, yeah, here we are.
I'm acting for investors|looking for short-term security.
- You've come to the right place.
- I was thinking of bearer bonds?
- That's not a bad idea.|Bonds are secure.
Great way of moving money|around fast.
Okay, so would you like me
to open up an account|for you right now?
- Yeah, uh, 200,000 in the name|of Roger Oskaner.
- Okay.
you see those Bluejays|on Monday night?
- Seven to five?|- Those guys are hot.
- Oh boy, here comes trouble.|- Big trouble.
- Let me guess, Selkirk?|- Nope, Oskaner.
- Oh, Oskaner.
- He wants to sell bonds|at market rate.
- Mahowny.
- Banker!
- Yeah, uh... where...|where have you been?
I called four times already.
- So you wanna hear the lines?
- Hold on.
- Hey, banker, you there?|What the fuck?!
- Uh... I can't do this now.
- You're not playing today?
- Give me all the home teams|in the National,
and all the away teams|in the American.
- You're kidding?
- Uh, every game|for the $1,000 max.
- You're the man.
- The Selkirk account seems to be|moving at incredible speed.
Perhaps we should find out|what their schedule is,
and advise regional office.
- Uh, you know,
a higher line of credit
would be a lot simpler.
- Okay, good idea.
Keep her sweet, Dan.
- Right.
- You've opened a loan account|for Pembro Trading?
- Finally, yes.
- I thought they'd run into|partnership problems.
- I guess things are rolling.
Uh, the documentation was all in|place; you approved it yourself.
- Okay.
And... Jake Arnold.
- Jake Arnold, same thing.
- How long ago did we|authorize credit?
- Two years.
- And he's never borrowed|against it until now?
- No, but he could have.
- It's strange; you know, I think|he set the whole thing up
just so he could|tell his friends
he had a million-dollar|credit line.
- Maybe business got bad.
Maybe he won't be handing out|jars of peanuts this Christmas.
- He really does that?|- Sure.
- Even his, uh... desk|is peanut-shaped.
- You're kidding?
- No.
- What a guy.
- Yeah, what a nut.
- Good work, Dan.
- Thank you, Bill.
- Dan, there's a problem:|Roger Oskaner.
- What's the problem?
- An interest payment overdue.
- No problem,|he's selling bonds today.
He stopped by to sign the order|and pick up his cash.
- He did? I missed him again?
Jeez. I'm gonna have|to start bagging lunch,
see if I can lay eyes|on this guy.
He's a goddamn phantom.
Oskaner The Phantom.
- Dan!
You picked one hell of a night.
The Pointer Sisters are in town.
Wanna see the show,|just let me know.
- Thank you.
- Anything you need right now?
- Well, uh...
maybe later I might|have some ribs.
- Oh, of course.
And Bernie's right here|to take care of you.
'Evening, Mr. M.
Ready when you are.
- Ribs, the man wants ribs.
- Hello?
- Hi, Dan.
- Hi. Uh...
I think there's been a mistake.
- Dan, I am no mistake.
Now why don't you slide right on|over here and keep me company.
- He told her that he was only
interested in Lady Luck.
- No sex, no booze, no drugs...
our little roller is a purist.
He's a goddamn thoroughbred.
All he cares about|is the next hand.
He's a beauty. He's a beauty!
I love him. I love him!
- The iceman.
- You know, I was thinking...
You know, we could get away.
Go away for a weekend,|or something.
Just you and me.
- Yeah?
- Yeah, jump on a plane.
Go anywhere.
- Are you serious?
- Yes.
- 'Cause I'd really like that.
And there are some|really great deals
going this time of year.
- Great, I'll look into it,|all right?
I promise.
- Maybe somewhere hot?
- Somewhere hot.
- Okay.
- Give me all the home teams,|every game,
both Saturday and Sunday.
- Uh, you want the CFL too?
- All the underdogs.|- Every game?
- Yeah. I won't be around|this weekend,
tell Frank I want the one horse|in every race, both tracks.
- Every race? You don't even|know who's running!
- For the maximum.|I'll see you Monday.
- I don't know if Frank'll cover|you on this one.
- I'm sure he will.
- Have a nice weekend,|Mrs. Quinson.
- And when are you|gonna get married?
- Ma, don't bother my friends!
- I hate it when he makes stupid bets.|- Why not?
- It's disrespectful|to my business and to me.
- Yeah, but Frank, it's easy money.
- I'll take his action|if he'll play for real.
That way I feel better|about taking his money.
- Yeah! Ha! Ha! Ha!
He's probably mad at me.|They all get mad at you.
They lose, and it's|your fault, you know.
Very fucked up.
- Maybe we should get mad at them.
- Yeah, maybe we should.|Maybe we should.
Maybe we should.
You know...
you know why he wants to win?
- Why?
- So he has the money|to keep losing.
Now how fucked up is that? Huh!
So you wanna get heavy?
- Nah, let's leave it|the way it is.
He enjoys it, you know. He|enjoys seeing me every Monday.
It's important to him.
Anyway, so there's something|I want you to get...
- You got enough to shut him down?
- Yeah, maybe. But Frank Perlin's|nothing, Jim.
I wanna... I wanna tap|into his whole network.
- You got authorization for a tail yet?|- Yeah.
- So how much more do|you need from me?
- You know how much Bell charges|for this stuff here?
That's 50 bucks a line.
You got this whole sweet|operation going on here.
What do you give me?|Uh, nothing relevant.
Nothing relevant. Oh, look!|Nothing relevant!
I want names, Jim.
- Hey, girl.
- Hey. Hey, you. You.
- I'll be right back.
Hey guys,
is there a problem here?
- No problem.|You taking a trip?
- Now look, our deal is|I see you on Monday.
- Yeah. With 40.
- You said 20.
- I know, but now, it's gotta be 40.
- Okay, 40. I'll see you Monday.
- Is that your girlfriend?|- You leave her out of this.
- She's pretty.
- You kids take care|of yourselves.
- All right.|- We should go to the gate.
- Who were they?
- Just some friends of mine|from the track.
- I don't think you should be seen|with people like that, Dan.
You work in a bank, they might|damage your prospects.
- Just forget about it.
It's not gonna|spoil our weekend.
- Steve, I got a name here for you.|An associate at Perlin's:
Dan Mahowny.|Have that checked out for me?
- Yeah, I will.
- Mmm! Honey-dipped.
- Honey-glazed.
- You like it?
- Oh, I love it!|It's stunning.
But how much is it gonna cost?
- A friend of mine|comes here a lot.
- Yeah?
- Swung me a deal.|- Oh...!
- I want this to be|a special time.
- Okay. Me too.
- Can you believe that?
- Yeah.
- It's very pornographic.
- Dan!
- Honey?
- Yeah.
- I'm gonna go for a walk,|take a look around.
- Oh... Okay.
- I got nothing against|Atlantic City, Dan.
Victor Foss runs a hell|of an organization for us.
But hey, Vegas is Vegas. Vegas|is where you come to play.
I guess so.
- Anything you need right now?|- I wanna be low-key.
No fuss, no one|following me around.
- He's at our casino in Vegas,
in the region of 500,000.
- Fuck.
Fuck Nevada.
Fucking headhunters!
- So what the hell did you do|to Mahowny?
- I... I didn't do nothin'.
- Oh, you didn't do nothin'?
- How come he's in Vegas|and not here?
- I... I don't... I don't know.
- You're fired, you piece of shit.
- Wh...?
- Good feel.
All coming to four.
- Ten on four.
- Come on, shooter.
- Come on, baby,|you've been good so far.
- Yeah! All right! Yeah!
- I thought this guy was a chump.
- So what do you|want to know?
- Everything Vegas doesn't.
His mother's birthday,|how he likes his steaks...
Uh, if he wears boxer shorts|or butt-huggers, you got me?
- Loud and clear.
- Come back at dawn and tell me|who the hell this Mahowny is.
- I just heard
that Mahowny is up
over a million.
- What?
- Yes.
- He's beating Vegas?
Mahowny is beating Vegas!
Get your man in Vegas|onto the floor,
tell him to shoot him.
- Sir?|- Chloroform him!
Break his legs! Get him outta|there before he loses it all!
- Bring it home to papa.
All right. He's hot, he's hot.|He's burning up.
- I've been looking|for you everywhere.
You know how long I was|waiting for you in the room?
- Honey, just give me|a couple more minutes?
I'm on a roll here.
- Ma'am, could you step away|from the table, please?
- What?
- I must insist; the players|can't be disturbed right now.
- Dan?
- Just a few more minutes.
- All right? That's all.
- But what about our weekend?
- Ju-just...
a few more minutes.
All right?
- Roll the dice, please, sir.
- Come on, Dan, stay hot now.
- Come on, this is your call.|Let's do it.
- You can do it, man.
- Looking for a seven or eleven.|Seven!
- Beautiful, beautiful. Beautiful.
- Everybody loses in Vegas.
- What do you mean, no record?
- I mean, like nothing.
Not even... a jaywalking ticket?
The only unusual thing|about him is how many.
- How many what?
- Well, if you move the letters|of his name around,
it spells how many.
Mahowny - how many.
- Uh, you don't say.|I'll file a report.
- He works in a bank. Maybe|Perlin's got plans for him.
Laundering money and stuff?
- You know anything about|the banking business, Steve?
- I guess not.
- I got a brother-in-law used|to work in that bank...
that's ten years ago, but...
you gotta ask permission|to get married.
- No way.
- You think we got a lot|of regulations?
- Yes, I do, as a matter of fact.
- He makes 22,000 a year Canadian.
- So he's some trust-fund punk?
- No.
- Where the hell does he get|all the money?
- I don't know.
The usual?
- Drugs?!
No way.
You have to see this guy.
- Well, I got a little theory going.
It's kind of what you might call|a long shot, but I think that...
- Yeah?
- Excuse me, sir, but I thought|you might like to know...
that Mr. Mahowny has left Vegas.
- What?
- He's transferred 250,000|to our cage...
He's taken the rest back|with him
to Toronto.|- He won?
- Yes. You could definitely
call this a win.
- So... he's gonna come back.
And he's loaded.
- What's this man doing|in my office?
Who is this man? Pay him,
and get him outta here.
And find that kid I fired.
- Bernie?
- Yeah.
- Tell him he's got his job back.
- Dan?
- Oh, I'm really sorry.
- For what, exactly?
- I...
I never meant to leave|you alone. I...
I tried to find you|but you'd left and I...
And I guess I just|missed you. I...
- It's okay, I understand.
- You do?
- You gotta do what you gotta do.
I know you can't
help yourself, Dan.|You got a gambling problem
and we are gonna deal|with this together.
- No, Blin, you|don't understand.
- No, I've been reading up|about this,
and the first thing|you gotta do
is admit it to yourself.
- Blin, you got things wrong.
- Just say it, Dan.|If you just say it!
- I don't have a gambling problem.
- Do you think I'm an idiot?!
- I have a...
a financial problem.
- You owe money?
- Yes.
- To the men at the airport?
- Yes. And I know what I'm doing.
All right? You gotta trust me.|Please.
- I have $2,000|in my savings account.
If I cash in my retirement plan,
it's another 3,000.|Will that help?
Will that make us|into a normal couple?
How much do you owe,|for chrissakes?
Twenty thousand?
- Where did you get that number?
- I made it up!
- Look, Blin, I...
I know I've not been here|for you lately,
but things are different now.
I had a great run last night,|and that guy at the airport,
I can pay him back in full.
- And then what?
- Things will be different.
- Did we go to Vegas so you could|clear a gambling debt?
'Cause you know why|I thought we went there?
I mean, when I saw the room|and everything...
I mean, what was I supposed|to think?
Why do people go to Vegas?
I thought we were|gonna get married!
I mean, that's what normal|people do in Vegas.
It's not how|I'd have planned it,
but if you'd asked,|I'd have said... yes.
- I'm sorry.
Do you want me to leave?
- How ya doin', banker?
So you have a good time|In Vegas?
- Not bad.|- Yeah? You don't look good.
- Maybe the little lady|didn't let him sleep.
- Something like that.
- Thank you.
- Is it still snowing out there?
- Yeah.
- What kind of snow?
- I don't know. Big snow?
- Big?
I'm gonna take a hint from you.|I'm going to Vegas.
- You going to Vegas? When?
- When's my suede jacket ready?
- Tuesday.|- Wednesday.
- Will you place some bets for me?
- Yeah.|- All right, I'll call you Tuesday.
- Yeah.
- All right.
- Good morning, Dan.
- Good morning.
- 'Morning.
Dan Mahowny.
- These audits can be a pain; we|will try staying out of the way.
- Uh, I was in audits myself.
- So you know the drill?
- Yeah. How long do|you think it'll take?
- Ten days. Maybe eight.
- So, ten days of this?
- Maybe eight.
- It's late this year, isn't it?
- The blizzard?
- No, the audit.
Everyone's so jumpy.
- Well, it has to be done, Blin.
- There's something missing here.
The Oskaner file.
I only have a statement|and one memo.
- Dan tends to handle|that one himself.
- Hmm.
- No manager's approval,
no details of security.
This... client doesn't even|seem to have an address.
- Ah, the phantom.
- Excuse me?
- I can't help you.
You're gonna have to ask Dan|about Oskaner.
- There's one audit I heard about,|out west.
The bank's only security system|was an alarm that rang
in the hotel next door.|- Did they test it?
- Uh, of course.
- What happened?
- The waiter showed up|with a tray of beer.
Ah, well.
- About the uh, Oskaner account.
- What do you need to know?
- There's no way I can pass this.
- For what reason?
- For a start, he's way over
his credit limit.|No authorization...
- It was paid off.|- It was?
In full. He sold bonds today.
- Well, fine.
That's that one done.
I'm really trying to motor,|here, you know?
We're two branches behind.
- Whatever I can do to help.
- No pressure, Dan.
We are looking for a strike.
Straight down the middle.
Oh, Dan! Oh, Dan! Oh, Dan, no!
- Not so bad!
- Okay, folks, uh...
I gotta go.
- No! We were gonna|treat you both
at Swiss Chalet!
- Swiss Chalet? Oh, I love|Swiss Chalet. I'm sorry.
- Oh, it's okay.
- All right.
Can I count on you, sir,|to make sure the little lady
gets home safe?
- I think we can manage that.
You go off and do|what you have to do.
- Thank you, sir.|See you at home.
- Don't you even want|to know the scores?
- Sir, check your pockets?
- Wow.
- Sir, step over here, please.
Arms up to the side.
Okay, go ahead.
- We're landing in Philadelphia|very shortly.
Might have left the snow|in Toronto,
but you don't wanna know
what the weather's like|down there right now.
- Hey, man. You looking|for a ride?
- I can take care of you.
- No, thank you.
- Come on, man. You wait|all night for a cab?
I'm ready to roll, man.
- Why are we on the highway?
- I need to make a stop.|- No stops!
- It's kind of an emergency.
- I... I don't care if it's|an emergency, no stops!
- Open the door.
Hey, come on! Come on!
What are you doing, man?|What are doing? Hey!
Hey! Gimme my car back, man!
- Let me take care|of your travel.
Starting tonight.
- Too many people around|here know I carry cash.
I don't like it.
I don't like people|knowing my business.
I don't like it.
- We can solve this|problem very easily.
All you have to do is take|the funds to your bank,
and they'll wire it|through to our bank
into an American account.
- There'd be personal|I.D. Requirements,
tax stuff. No.
- I'll look into alternatives.
- Excuse me, Mr. Foss.
- Oh boy. Lock up the money.
- Hey, where's he going?
- Hey, you're not playing tonight,|Mr. M?
- Sure, I'm gonna play, Bernie.
I, uh, just needed some air.
- Yeah.
- I've never been out|here before, so...
- Well, uh, you know, that's|on account of the windows.
See, the glass is tinted,|so it always looks dull outside.
- Hmm.
- You know, some dude told me|they pump in oxygen.
Keep you guys high.
- Huh. That makes sense.
- Yeah.
- Right?
- He's on the boardwalk.
- It so happens
that Vegas maintains|an account in Canada.
Name of Sunshine|Clearing Corporation.
- Sunshine Clearing Corporation?
- Has a nice ring to it,|don't you think?
- All right, the deposit|has to be in my name.
- Or an associate's.
Just let us know,|bring him down,
he signs the money
over to you at the cage.
- All right, what if...|what if my associate's in Vegas?
Could he sign for it|at the cage in Vegas?
- Yeah, of course, Dan.
No problem.
- I'll be making a transfer
to your Sunshine Clearing|Corporation account
this afternoon.
- Okay.
- It's for my own use,
but I need to release 40,000|to an associate in Vegas
by the name of Frank Perlin.
- Frank Perlin.|Okay, that'll be fine.
Uh, Mr. Perlin will have to sign|for the whole amount
and we'll credit the rest to you|here in sunny Atlantic City.
- Are there any other - ahem -|details we should cover?
- No, we'll take care|of everything, Mr. Mahowny.
Thank you for calling.
- Thank you.
- We have a problem|with the Selkirk account.
- What's the...|what's the problem?
- I don't know.
Briggs has called a meeting|with Dana and her father
at Selkirk International,|he wants you to be there.
- Why are they doing this, Alex?
I mean, no one except Dan|has seemed
even remotely interested|in this project.
We go slightly over our loan,
and they're calling|my goddamn father in!
- It is highly irregular.
We're barely half a million over.
- She's, uh...
how far over, exactly?
- Just under five million.
- Five million.
- Mm-hm.
- Already.
- So you want to give her|a tighter line of credit?
- Absolutely not.
- The Inspection|Department wants
to classify the loan as risky?
- No, we are here, gentlemen,
to try and force her father|to guarantee the loan.
If he does,
I want her to borrow every cent|we can lay our hands on.
It's a bit of a gamble, but...
let's not talk numbers.
A few million won't mean much
to a man like Selkirk.
I'm afraid we now consider|the projections to be rather...
- In what way?
- Mr. Briggs is referring|to the, uh... failure
of the original membership plan...|- Failure...
- Which was based on tax benefits,|which have now been withdrawn.
- But our new marketing strategy's|becoming very successful.
As you know.
- I appreciate the fact
that the bank has a big stake|in this project.
I'm surprised it hasn't voiced
it's concerns earlier.
But I am willing to provide|additional security
for Dana's project,
if it'll get the damn thing|up and running.
- Well done, Mahowny.
Get the paperwork ready before|he changes his mind, would you?
- Yeah?
Mahowny's coming down|with, uh...
1.4 million.
They just got the transfer.
Only, it's, uh...
it's made out to an associate,|name of, uh, Perlin?
He's meant to sign|the money over in Vegas.
- So?
- Uh, well, apparently,|there's, uh...
there's no Perlin in Vegas to sign.
- What?!|- They've been holding a room
for him, but he hasn't shown.
Mahowny's going apeshit.
- Who is this Perlin?|His business partner?
- I don't know.|I don't know anything
about Mahowny,|except if we don't get
his money to him tonight,|then we may not get it tomorrow.
- This is the guy from Toronto|who plays flat out
and you don't know his story?|- I don't want to know his story.
- Are you saying we could be|facing a serious judgement call?
- Only if we know what we don't.
- Where is this Perlin?
- Toronto.
- So fly him down;|he can sign off here.
- Mahowny's already run that|by him.
He says it's out of|the question tonight.
- If the transfer's in his name,
Perlin's got to sign off|at the cage.
- That's the bottom line?
- That's the bottom line.
I'm sorry, gentlemen.
- How about this?
What about we just take the cage
- not the actual cage, but the|personnel and the paperwork -
and fly it to Toronto?
- What are you trying to say?
- Perlin signs off at the cage,|at the airport,
in Toronto.
I told you,|I'm not flying anywhere
till my new|suede jacket's ready.
- You don't have to fly anywhere.
- You can collect tonight|at the airport.
- But it's not Monday.
- I know.
Meet me at the executive|terminal at six.
- Executive terminal?
- By the rental-car place, okay?
At six?
- I'll think about it.
- The call came from|500 Temperance Street.
- Mahowny?
- Yeah. They're in deep,|him and Perlin.
- How deep you figure?
- I don't know, but deep.
- What about this airport drop-off?
You heard anything|like that before?
- No, but ten bucks says|were onto a drug deal.
- No bet.
- Wimp.
- Hi.
- Hi?
- Hi.
- I didn't know if you were|on the phone or...
- Come in.
- Where'd you sleep last night?
- In the car.
- I didn't want to disturb you.
- But I thought we had|an agreement.
I thought it was...|it was going to be different.
That's what you said, right?
- You think we got problems, Blin?
Take a look at Mexico's|foreign debt.
- We do have a problem, Dan!
And you are not giving|yourself a chance!
- Blin, please.
- Or me!
- Keep your voice down.
- What would you do|if you were me, Dan?
Just tell me that.
You expect me to just...
to sit back and watch you throw|your career down the drain,
not to mention our relationship?
- All right, we'll talk|about this tonight.
- We both know I'm not|gonna see you tonight.
I got you this.
I mean, I figured|if you were gonna...
if you're gonna stay out|all night, you know,
you might as well keep warm.
- A winter coat.
- I won't see you tonight?
- Honey, this is great.
- Will I?
- Blin, listen...
- No. No, I'll listen when you|have something to say, Dan.
- Hey!
- New car?
- You like?
It's got a TV, in the back.
- It's got a TV?
- Yeah, in the back.|What the fuck we doing out here?
- I'm heading down to Atlantic City.
- So what do you want, a kiss|goodbye? Give me the money.
- It's in the terminal.
- You got it|in one of those lockers?
Hey, you got a new coat.
- Yeah, it's from my girlfriend.
- Yeah, it's nice.|Why do you walk around
looking like a douche bag|all the time for?
- Some girls go for that, Frank.
- Not where I come from.|Where you going?
- I forgot a bag.
Better to have one|to go through customs.
- Where you going?|- It's all right!
- How much for the bags?
- They're free to customers.
- Great. Can I have one?
- You're not a customer, sir.
- Okay. How much for the bags?
- Five bucks?
- Five bucks...
Man, that's nuts,|you give them away for free.
- Five bucks.
- What are these two clowns up to,|you figure?
- What are you trying|to do to me, Dan?
- Getting you your 40 grand.
- "I hereby release all funds|under the name Frank Perlin
to be paid to Dan Mahowny?"
- Hey, just... trust me.
- There's no amount here.
You want me to sign it?
- Yes, you sign it and then,
you get the 40 grand.
- All done?
- Okay, uh... just a second.
- The dame, she looks|like Tina Turner!
- Good night, ladies.
- Good night.
- Have a good trip.
- I never gamble myself, personally.
Well, I just don't see|the attraction in it.
Well, winning, I guess.
But there isn't much|of that, is there?
If there was,
I'd be out of a job.
If you... if you don't mind|me saying.
- Hey, you win and lose.
Every time
you play,|there's plus and minus.
- Is that a fact?
- That's a fact.
- Well, Toronto sure looks|like a nice place.
We... we saw
Niagara falls on the way over.|It was just fantastic.
- I've never been.
- You've never been?|How come you've never been?
- I guess I don't want to use up|all of Canada too soon.
- Seven, nine, five, six...
I wanna know who chartered that|flight and where he's going.
- Dan! An honour, as always.
An honour and a pleasure.
- Okay.
- Detective Murdoch, New Jersey|State Police Department.
We want to see a patron|reference card
for a Frank Perlin.
- Perlin?
We don't have one.
- How about Dan Mahowny?
- This means the deposit|was 360,000,
and this is a deposit|of 620,000.
- $620,000 cash?
- That's correct.
- And 1.4 million today?
- By transfer.
- Will you look at this?
The iceman's playing|70,000 a hand.
- He's bust the table!
- What?
- Holy shit.
- Ben, are you there?
- Yeah, go.
- They got nothing on Perlin,|but Mahowny's in Atlantic City
betting tens of thousands|of dollars a hand.
He's known there.
He lost millions there, Ben.
- He's, uh, he's gambling?
- Big time! The guy says it's|like the Super Bowl in there.
Ben, you still there?
- Yeah, I'm still here.
- So what do you wanna do?
- What do I wanna do?
I think I wanna get a couple|of cars out here
and catch me a bank thief,|is what I wanna do.
- We're looking for an eight.|Shake an eight. Shoot out.
Eight! Frontline winner!
- Crap returns.
Okay, we're looking|for an eight.
Shoot out.
- Mr. M?
- Yeah.
- I gotta say something.
- What's that?
- Listen, you gotta pick up|right now and just walk out.
- Oh, I can't do that, Bernie.
- Sure you can!|- No, I can't do that.
- Look, you did it.|You've got 'em by the balls.
I'm telling you, man.
Please, just pick up and walk.
Right now.
- Bernie, I just got here.
- Eight. Mark it. Nine...
- Same good shooter, coming out.|Come on, come on.
- Eight! Frontline winner!
- Why is he stopping?
- He never stops.
- He's not playing.
Victor, I swear, if this guy|walks with nine million...
- You wanna know how we're doing?
Talk to me at 4 a.m.
- Your dice, Mr. M.
- Three. Craps, finally.
- Okay, Eddie craps returns.
We're looking for an eight.|Shake an eight, shoot up.
Three. Craps, finally.
Mr. M... Mr. M!
- They're gonna love you in Vegas.
- Uh, Bernie, I've|never tipped you.
- Uh, no, you're money's no good|here, Mr. M. You know that.
- No, take it.
- Thank you, sir, but, uh...|no thank you.
- You're not the casino, Bernie.
This is for you.
- I appreciate it, but...
I mean, I can't, sir.
You know, I'm real sorry|you lost all that money, Mr. M.
- Thanks, Bernie.
- Sure is a real nice coat|you got there.
Is it from the missus?
- You take care of yourself, Dan.
- You too, Mr. Foss.
- I know you didn't get to eat,
so... ribs, no sauce|and a Coke, right?
- Yeah. Thank you.
- Goodbye, Dan.
God bless.
- See you soon.
- Oh, Mr. M., your bag.
- Thank you, Bernie.
- Yes, Mr. Foss?
- This time, you really are fired.
- I wanna find out where he's|going before we move in on him.
Aw, Jesus Christ!
I thought I said a couple of cars.
- It's kind of been a slow night.
- What do you think we're waiting|for, Butch Cassidy?
- Hello.
Dan, you okay?
- Oh, I'm fine.
I was just thinking, you know,
you wanna go see Niagara Falls|some time?
I guess you've been|before, but...
- All right, take him.
- Put your hands|out of the window.
Get out of the car, please.
- Is there a problem?
- Turn around and put|your hands on your head.
Put your hands behind you.
You're being charged with|suspicion of theft of over $200.
- You got a gambling problem,|right?
- No. No, sir.
- Come on!
You didn't get a buzz out of it?
- I have a...
financial problem, a shortfall.
- Ten-point-two?
Million dollars?
- Approximately.
- Who else was in on it, huh?
- No one.
- You expect us to believe that?
- I had a lot of luck.
A whole lot of luck.
- At the bank,|but not at the tables.
- Dan Mahowny?
Oh, no. It's quite impossible.
- How do you know him?
- From the track.
- You do business with him?
- Do I do business with him?|Um...
do you ever sign bank drafts|presented to you by Mahowny?
- What are you asking|about him for?
What about me?
- I wonder if his diet|had anything to do with it?
- Dana!
Well, I guess you've got
the perfect excuse|to change banks now.
- Are you kidding? I finally got|something out of those assholes.
In fact, let's go down|and put up bail.
- Dana, I don't think that's|such a good idea.
- Get away from the car.
There's nothing to see here.
- I'm sorry
they suspended, you, Blin.|They shouldn't have done that.
How many others?
- Thirteen.
- Thirteen?
Including Bill Gooden?
- No, not Bill.
- Oh, good.
- But he is taking early retirement.
- What have I done?
To all those people.
- You want me to pull over?
It's all right.
You need to just relax.
You wanna turn on the radio?
The victory|again last night:
26-18 against the Eskimos.
Tiger Cats won a squeaker|against Ottawa
in 23 to 22 by a field goal|with three seconds
on the clock. The Argonauts|steamrolled the Allouettes
46 to 7 in a game Montreal|would really like to have back.
Listen, you can't go through|the rest of your life...
not being able to listen|to sport scores.
- You're right.
- And you know...
I really love you.
- I love you too.
- How would you rate the thrill|you got from gambling
on a scale of one to 100?
- Um...
A hundred.
- What about the biggest thrill
you've ever had|outside of gambling?
- Twenty.
- Twenty?
How do feel about living|the rest of your life
with a max of 20?
- Okay.
Twenty's okay.
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