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They won't take kindly to someone from London poking his nose in.
Remember, they're killers just like you. The police seem satisfied.
-Since when was that good enough?
You're making good. making a living.
Good prospects for advancement, is there, huh? A pension? Do you know, I'd almost forgotten what your eyes looked like. They're still the same. Piss-holes in the snow.
Clever sod, aren't you?
- Only comparatively.
He was drunk. Drunk as a lord.
I like New York in June, how about you?
I like a Gershwin tune, how about you?
I love a fireside when a storm is due. How about you?
I like potato chips, moonlight motor trips, how about you?
I'm mad about good books, can't get my fill
And Frank Sinatra's looks give me a thrill
Holding hands in the movie show, when all the lights are low
May not be new, but I like it, how about you?
So where are we going, princess?
- To the Demon King's castle, of course.
Now listen, the only reason I came back to this crap house... was to find out who did it, and I'm not leaving till I do. Do you understand?
Machines. The arcades. It's a nice business. It runs itself. People put money in, I take it out. There's not much rough stuff. It's a business that makes me very happy.
Aren't you scared Kinnear will find out?
- He won't. He thinks I'm simple.
And you didn't know her last name?
Well, it's Carter. That's my name.
Carter, your car needs a wash!
Slags likes your Sandra can get away with it. Can't they? The Doreens of this
world can't. Can they?
It's Carter. Now listen carefully, you hairy-faced git.
You couldn't win an egg-and-spoon race, xxyyzz.
An understanding Brother-In-Law:
How were things between you and Frank?
- He was all right to me.
Nothing more? Just another fellow?
- Nicer than most.
But he was just another fellow, though?
Even though he was nicer than most?
- Yes. I can't help the way I am.
Why did you see him so regular?
- Heh. Once a week?
I'd call that regular.
- He was gentlemanly. I like that.
Once a week, you like a gentleman, do you?
- Look, I'm me, right? We are what we are, like it or not.
I don't like it when some tough nut... pushes his way in and out of my house in the middle of the night. Bloody well tell me who sent you.
-You're a big man, but you're in bad shape. With me it's a full-time job.
Sorry about this, Jack, but, you know, orders are orders.
-And what orders would they be, Con?
Well, Gerald phoned us up in the middle of the night. Said he heard you'd been
making a nuisance of yourself. We've gotta take you back to London. Said we'd be doing him a big favor. Oh, we know why you're all steamed up, and so do Gerald and Sid. But they, uh, have to be diplomatic.
Now, Jack, be reasonable. You know we're gonna take you back sooner or later.
Where do you think you're going?
A good old caring gentle uncle:
You all right now?
Are you coming to South America?
Where are you gonna live, then?
- At my friend's house.
Oh, where's that?
- Wilton Estate.
Nice family, are they? Churchgoers and all that? Good, good. Well, I'm off tomorrow, so I don't suppose I'll be seeing you again. Here. (pulled out a wack of notes) Go and get your hair done.
- Oh, thanks.
Be good. And don't trust boys.
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