Mystery Train 1989 Jim Jarmusch Full Movie HD

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♪♪ ♪♪ ♪ Train I ride ♪ ♪ Sixteen coaches long ♪ ♪ Train I ride ♪ ♪ Sixteen coaches long ♪ ♪ Well, that long, black train ♪ ♪ Got my baby and gone ♪ ♪ Train, train ♪ ♪ Comin’ round, round the bend ♪ ♪ Train, train ♪ ♪ Comin’ round the bend ♪ ♪ Well, it took my baby ♪ ♪ But it never will again ♪ ♪ No, not again ♪ ♪ Train, train ♪ ♪ Comin’ down, down the line ♪ ♪ Train, train ♪ ♪ Comin’ down the line ♪ It’s been such a long time It seems like we’ve been on this train forever Hey! Ah? – How much longer till Memphis? – Two more days There’s a time difference in America ♪ Train, train ♪ ♪ Comin’ round, round the bend ♪ ♪ Round, round the bend ♪ ♪ Train, train ♪ ♪ Comin’ round and round the bend ♪ ♪ Round the bend ♪ ♪ Well, it took my baby ♪ ♪ But it never will again ♪ ♪ Never will again ♪ ♪ Ooh, wooh ♪ ♪ Wooh ♪♪ Memphis. Memphis, Tennessee All off for Memphis Jun! Memphis – we’re here! We’re here! And two days early too

Attention, passengers City of New Orleans now departing for Batesville Winona, McComb and New Orleans Track 3. All aboard Aah! Great echo – Hi – Yeah It’s a lot different than Yokohama station I like Yokohama station better It’s modern Are you kidding? Memphis station is a lot better It’s antique and has a nice atmosphere I like Yokohama station better Modern atmosphere I like it here better Uh, excuse me. Excuse me Y’all got some… matches? – “Matches”? – Yes. Matches – Oh! Matches – Matches Yes, please! A light – Thanks – You’re welcome Hey. He spoke Japanese Thank you very much! Attention, passengers The River Cities, originating in Kansas City, has been delayed in Carbondale, Illinois She will be arriving 5:05 p.m. on Track 3 Sun Studio’s at 706 Union Avenue But you know, I still would rather go to Graceland first – Elvis’s house Sun Studio first Carl Perkins, Howling Wolf Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison – they all recorded there Not just Elvis Carl Perkins Yeah, but Elvis is still the King Okay, okay Graceland first, just to get it out of the way Then we’ll go to Graceland first? Great! Let’s go Wait Maybe we should go to Sun Studio No. Graceland “Chowser Street.”

Look! Sun Studio I thought we were going to Graceland Yeah, so did I Hi. How y’all doin’ today? Would you please organize yourselves in a little line right here? Tour’s about to begin The Sun Record Company in Memphis, Tennessee was first opened by radio announcer and record engineer Sam Phillips in the year 1952 His first objective was to record some of the race music that had come up from the Delta, but was being recorded up north Sam thought – and I quote – “Well, why should they have to go up north to record it when I can record it right here?” Well, it was right here in this very room where Mr. Phillips recorded the likes of Howlin’ Wolf, Rufus Thomas Charlie Feathers, the Prisonaires, James Cotton, Johnny Cash Billy Lee Riley, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis and, of course, the king of rock and roll himself – Elvis Presley In June 1953, this young man just graduated from Humes High School and he found his way on over to Sun Studio and recorded a song that he said was for his mom’s birthday, but his mom’s birthday was months away, so – Anyway, Sam finally found a song he liked and he said – and I quote – “That’s what I like. That’s what I’m lookin’ for That’s more like it. Y’all keep playin’.” End quote Well, they were excited. They got a song that was soon played on the radio by deejay Dewey Phillips in the year 1954, probably July 9 or 10 He would have to play that song somewhere between seven and 11 times that night Well, the switchboard stayed lit up there People wanted to know if he was black, if he was white White callers would call Black callers would call The bottom line was the song was gonna be a hit She talks so fast I’m all worn out Not Graceland right now Is that okay? Yeah. It’s okay with me But I was sort of looking forward to Graceland Really? I thought you didn’t want to go Let’s just walk around Okay Hey, my turn in front Jesus. What am I – fuckin’ stupid? Hi. Fish? Uh, no. Just – Mmm! Cadillac Elvis Presley

King Carl Perkins was better Elvis – Carl Perkins – Elvis – Carl Perkins – Elvis Carl Perkins Elvis King You know, Memphis does look like Yokohama Just more space If you took away 60% of the buildings in Yokohama it would look like this This doesn’t look anything like Yokohama This is America. And the city of Elvis We didn’t have Elvis in Japan This is nothing like Japan Tobacco Oh, fuck. Don’t get in my brother’s shit like that What the fuck is wrong with you? What the fuck is wrong with you? Come jumpin’ down my collar You got a lot of nerve – Look! A hotel Looks like a fun one Should we stay there? Hey, silver fox! Where’s the fire? Where you goin’? ♪♪ Well, what about on Jupiter? At the time of his death, if he were on Jupiter, uh Elvis would’ve weighed 648 pounds 648? Damn Hi! Good night! Good night. How may I help you? Um, we would like most cheap room, please Do you have? All our rooms for two people are the same rate Oh – What’d he say? – I’m not exactly sure I’m sorry. That is too expensive Our rooms are $22 per night For two Pay in advance Ah. I see I think it’s $22 Okay Ten, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 – Twenty-two Okay. Thank you This night, $22 Thank you Room 27 And don’t forget to, uh, help ’em with the luggage Thank you Good night. Have a nice job

Good night. Have a nice night Thank you! There he is again Yeah, and no Carl Perkins No TV No TV Ah! Yes, hello! Thank you! – Please wait – Yeah, sure. You’re welcome Please wait. Thank you Please. This plum from Japan – Please – From Japan? Yes. This plum from Japan – Thank you – Thank you Thank you Watch it Jun, why do you always take pictures of the rooms we stay in and never what we see outside while we travel? Those other things are in my memory The hotel rooms and the airports are the things I’ll forget Yeah. I guess so Oh. Did I show you my important discoveries? Room 25 – Look at him – Hmm? King Study his face carefully Now look at this This guy was an ancient Middle Eastern king Looks just like him, right? Elvis as the Buddha And ta-da! Special! The Statue of Liberty in New York – she’s Elvis too See? Mmm Elvis was even more influential than I thought That’s right There’s one more Here. Look Madonna looks like Elvis too Oh, no, not Madonna Give me a break ♪♪ ♪♪ Well, I don’t think you should eat that thing

Yeah, you’re probably right – You gonna eat it? – No. I ain’t gonna eat that thing Hey. That’s my plum Jun, why do you always have such a sad face? Are you unhappy? I’m very happy That’s just the way my face is Can’t I do anything to cheer you up? Now you look a little happier Wait. Let me light it for you Thanks So now do you feel a little happier? I feel the same I was already happy Don’t you think you wear too much lipstick? Mmm What are you looking at? Memphis Is it like Yokohama with 60% of the buildings gone? No, nothing like that This isn’t Yokohama This is America What are you thinking about? To be 18

feels cool And so far from Yokohama It feels cool to be in Memphis Nothing on now Mitzuko Hmm? Do women always worry about their hairstyle? What are you talking about? In all the times we’ve made love – and this is number 11 – I’ve never once thought about my hairstyle Eleven? And if that’s what you’re thinking, try shaving first next time It hurts my face But I just shaved two days ago ♪ …that cat called Domino ♪ ♪ Domino, Domino ♪ ♪ Well, Domino Go, man, go ♪ ♪ Domino, they love you so ♪ ♪ Get out of the way Here comes Domino ♪ ♪ Domino, Domino ♪♪ Thank you, Mel That’s Mel, our engineer Just coffee, huh? I love ya Well, yes, sir, that’s another classic from Mr. Roy Orbison along with the Roses – previously known as the Teen Kings for you trivia fans – with “Domino” here You’re on the air until dawn It’s 2:17 right here in Memphis, Tennessee Right now, here’s another one recorded at Sun Studios, this time by the King himself That’s right. Mr. Elvis Presley with one of my personal early, early morning favorites “Blue Moon.” ♪ Blue moon ♪ – Jun – Hmm? ♪ You saw me standing alone ♪ ♪ Without a dream in my heart ♪ Hold me ♪ Without a love of my own ♪ ♪ Blue moon ♪ ♪ You knew just what I was there for♪

♪ You heard me say a prayer for ♪ ♪ Someone I really could care for ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Without a love of my own ♪ Damn You’d think they could get me a new uniform, man. This one is shot to hell. Look at this Well, you should do like I do Should go over and buy your own damn clothes over at Lansky’s or somewhere like that I mean, you know, it’s like they say – “The clothes make the man.” I mean, look at that damn hat on your head You look like a damn mosquito-legged chimpanzee I mean – ♪♪ Mitzuko Wake up. It’s morning The hotel is on fire Mmm Don’t you want to go to Graceland? Home of Elvis Presley Let me sleep It’s my favorite thing – to sleep You sleep too much You spend half your life in your dreams Yeah But sleep is wonderful And when you’re dead, you don’t get to sleep ever again Which means no more dreams Don’t forget these Those? But they belong to the hotel In America, towels are included in the price of the room Everyone knows that Well, they won’t really fit in here That’s because you have a hundred T-shirts in there I only brought two shirts Get rid of some T-shirts No way! They’re part of my collection We’re not getting rid of any of these! Never, never, never! Never! Okay then. Go ahead But not both of them Pack the one I used – The one I used is drier – Yeah, but mine’s cleaner You didn’t take a bath Pack it neatly Was that a gun? Probably. This is America That’s everything, isn’t it? Did we forget anything?

please pick up the white courtesy phone – The deceased is your husband? – Si Can you sign right here, please? And again here Please sign here Full boarding call, Flight 203 And over here And here also And once more Thank you Otis Johnson Otis Johnson, please meet your party at ticket counter – Midwestern Air Flight 310, with connections to Cleveland – Hello! It’s me! In Memphis! Memphis! In the south of the United States, in Tennessee! We had a little trouble – some stupid thing with the airplane! Yeah! Yeah! A little problem! Don’t worry! Tomorrow, we’ve got a connecting flight and we arrive in Rome the day after tomorrow! I don’t know! How should I know where I’ll stay tonight? I’m okay! That’s just the way life is Ciao! Ciao! please pick up the nearest white courtesy phone Please pick up the nearest white courtesy phone – Thank you – You have a great day too Damn, baby! Why you wanna do this to me? Baby, I’ll give you all the oil you need Just do the right thing Send a letter to the congressmen Get a petition goin’ around Get on the phone and try to get some real men in this government of ours Mickey Mantle Tim McCarver president. Sure Now you’re talkin’. Now you’re talkin’ You can do it, Lester You could organize this thing You got some spare time, you can change history – You really think I could? – Mm-hmm – Think I could get it done? – Sure is Why don’t I get it on and get out and write some letters, telegrams

– Go get on and do it – Let me give it a try – We’ll get a petition – – You can do it, Lester letters to senators and congressmen – Well, hello, doll – Hello – What can I do you for? – I would like to buy this newspaper Well, now you should buy this one here as well The Tri-State Defender No, thank you I think I need only this one Well, you know, you only need one leg to get around on, if that’s all you got But it sure helps having two Now, doesn’t it? Oh, well, yes – This one too – How about some magazines? We got all kinds of beautiful magazines here, you know No You know them people who just buy a little paper or two? They make it real hard for an honest man to stay in business sometime Okay. Give it to me This one here has all those high fashions from abroad from New York and everywhere Now just hold on a minute, sugar See what I got here now What do we got? Movie magazine, home magazine muscle magazine, ladies magazine And this one here tells you all about the United States No, thank you. No, no – We were supposed to meet – With me? I’m not from here. I’m from Rome It’s Rome. Right I’m here by accident No accident What do you want? I know about you and the King – The king? – Yeah. Graceland I don’t understand I have a very important message I’m supposed to deliver Okay It was almost a year ago this very night I was drivin’ back to Memphis and all evening I kept passin’ hitchhikers And the strangest thing – this only dawned on me gradual – was that they all looked like the same person As I was approachin’ Memphis, I passed another one So I decided to stop and pick him up And right away, the door opened up, and this hitchhiker got in And he was sittin’ there next to me, and all of a sudden he said “Thank you kindly, sir, for picking me up.” When I heard that voice, real polite-like it struck me somewhere real deep inside ‘Cause I recognized that voice Couldn’t place it though So we’re comin’ in to Memphis, I tell him I’ll drop him anywhere he wants Then he asked me if I knew where Graceland was Of course I knew where Graceland was Everyone knows where Graceland is And he said I could drop him off anywhere near there And then it hit me… right there I knew that voice It was the King himself The king? Had the voice of Elvis Elvis Presley? As sure as I’m sitting right in front of you And I drove down Elvis Presley Boulevard And right in front of Graceland – And I stopped and, sure enough to God, it was him And he was young too He was young and beautiful-lookin’ like in 1956

And then he just turned to me, and he said “Excuse me, sir, but in a year from now you’re gonna do me a favor And I said, “Of course, sir, I’ll do you a favor.” And-And I – “Just tell me what it is.” And he said – With a smile in his eye, and he-he reached inside of his coat And he said, “When you meet that girl from Rome I want you to give this to her.” I swear to God this is true And then he just disappeared He was gone It was Elvis It was the King And then I – I was sittin’ over there, and I saw your back And even from there, it struck me that-that you were the one I knew it was you And as sure as sunlight I knew I was meant to give you Elvis’s comb A comb? This is Elvis’s comb You mean Elvis Presley, the dead singer said to you to give this comb to me? Mmm – I-I did forget one thing – What? Well, he also said that you should give me a $20 delivery fee Well, we-we discussed it, and he said that-that I could accept 10 Okay – This is a very funny story – I know – I – I liked it. Very amazing – Uh-huh But I don’t believe it This is $10 for the good story Mmm And this is $10 for you to go away That’s for two cups of coffee – yours and the gentleman’s Excuse me, ma’am. If I could just have two more minutes of your time I have no time anymore Just two more minutes Taxi! Taxi! I don’t wanna stay in this fleabag hotel anyway Like – I’ll just, like, wander the streets all night and, like, probably get killed or somethin’ I mean, like, what do you care? You know, thanks for nothing, mister Oh, my – Miss, are you all right? I didn’t see you come in the door – Are you sure you’re okay? – Si Gee, I’m real sorry. I guess it’s, like, not my day or something – I’m really sorry – Don’t worry – “Air Combat”? – Si Oh. Here Thank you – Are you all right? – Uh no, I’m not all right This is, like, the worst day in my entire life Just a minute Come on back over here Listen, I can make an exception

This is one of those nights We’re not that busy And after all, I can give you a room for a share I mean, it’s only gonna be for one night, right? Really? Um, you would do that for me? Excuse me. I don’t feel like being alone, and I would stay only one night Would you like to share the room with me? – Uh, you wanna share the room with me? – Man, fuck you! Okay, ’cause I don’t like to be alone either and, you know, like, then I’ll have someone to talk to Yeah, that would be really neat You see? It worked out after all And I don’t have to give her no discount That will be $22 in advance, please Oh, uh, we’ll even up the bill in the room. Okay? Thank you very much By the way, are you all right? I feel a little discombobulated Yes. I know the feeling Room 25 for the lovely ladies – Thank you – You’re welcome, my dear Have a nice night Room 25 Thanks I like very much your hat – I don’t really like it – Oh, no, it looks good on you Thanks What a dump Not even a television Fuck this So, you know the guy with the red suit, right? The guy downstairs, right? He said I couldn’t stay here because I only had enough money for half a room and I’d have to find a roommate and everything Then he, like, starts this big argument with me, you know? Then, like, all of the sudden, I, like, bang right into you It’s so funny when things happen like that I mean, I can’t believe it. It’s, like, so strange I don’t know I’m really gonna miss Memphis though I really like it here I had a pretty good time here and everything And, like, my brother lives here too See, we moved from New Jersey He opened this barber shop, and it’s really nice and everything. He’s, like, really great I’m really gonna miss him But I feel so bad and everything ’cause I didn’t even call him and tell him I’m leaving It’s, like, what am I, fuckin’ stupid? You don’t call your brother and say good-bye? Like, now he’s gonna find out from Johnny if I don’t reach him first but everything was so emotional and fucked-up with me and Johnny I don’t know I feel so bad and everything But who is Johnny? Johnny? Oh, he’s my boyfriend Well, he was my boyfriend until today Well, until this morning See, that’s why I’m leaving Memphis I just can’t be with him anymore, you know I just gotta get away from him, you know I just have to leave here before he winds up doing something really crazy or something I don’t know I’m gonna miss him I guess I still really love him Did you ever think to marry him? Marry him? Well, I don’t know. He, like, wants to marry me, but there’s, like, just no way I’m just not ready yet anyway and I wouldn’t marry him ’cause he’s so damn stubborn And he gets real quiet and everything I never know what he’s thinking Then he gets really paranoid I don’t know I just can’t take it He works in this cotton warehouse, and he hangs out with these black guys and they call him Elvis Wait. Like Elvis Presley, the singer? Yeah, right, but not that he looks like him or anything, or that he even likes him even But he’s got, like, this dark hair, right, like in a D.A., you know, like that, like Elvis And I don’t know, I think it’s really funny

But he really hates it when they call him that. He’s really cute He’s from England Well, you know where that is, right? – Oh, yes, during Carnival – – He’s got the cutest accent You know the way they talk over there? I just love the way they talk I love the way he talks when he does talk I mean, he never says anything How am I supposed to know what he’s thinking if he never fuckin’ says anything? Maybe I talk a lot or something but, you know, at least it’s better than not talking at all I don’t know. I don’t know why I attract these guys Maybe that’s my problem. I should look for another type of boyfriend that talks more than I do Well, I guess that’s kind of impossible It’s, like, what am I, fuckin’ stupid? I’m still in love with him anyway Sometimes even the greatest love can last only one week Yeah Where are you planning to go now? Well, I got this girlfriend, you know She lives in Natchez – Natchez? – Yeah, that’s in Mississippi She’s got this baby and everything, and I haven’t met the baby yet Well, I haven’t met the husband yet either Well, anyway, I guess the baby must be at least two now And she said I could come and stay with her for a while, ’cause I could probably get a job ‘Cause she works in this beauty salon, so that’ll be really good, you know This way I could, like, save a little money and, like, get on my own two feet like, decide what I’m gonna do with my life So that’ll be really good, you know Like, try a different town for a while Maybe I’ll have better luck I don’t know ♪ There’s a cat in town that you might know ♪ ♪ He goes by the name of Domino ♪ ♪ A long key chain and a diamond ring ♪ ♪ A blue sports car He’s a crazy king ♪ Do you mind if I tell you a story? You mean, like a bedtime story? Yeah, that would be really great ‘Cause if I’m alone, I usually go to sleep with the radio on I hate it when it’s quiet. I don’t know It makes me nervous or something And you know my brother Charlie? Well, he used to tell me bedtime stories all the time So I guess this would be kinda like that, right? Yeah, I would really like that That would be really great Does that mean yes? Okay. Well, this is a story that a strange man I met told me today He was driving in a car and exactly one year ago he was seeing many “hi-chiking” people – Many what people? – But – Hitchhiking people But they all were the same person really So he stopped his car just before Memphis to give a ride to this mysterious person, and – Wait a minute. Is this the one where the guy has to go to Graceland and it turns out to be Elvis? I think I heard this one a hundred times I think almost everybody in Memphis has picked up Elvis’s ghost hitchhiking Wait Shh! Listen They’re fucking Do you mind turning on the radio for a little while? It helps me to get to sleep No, I don’t mind Is it okay if I leave the light on? Oh, go ahead ♪ Oh, Domino, Domino ♪♪ Thank you, Mel That’s Mel, our engineer Just coffee, huh? I love ya Well, yes, sir, that’s another classic from Mr. Roy Orbison along with the Roses – previously known as the Teen Kings, for you trivia fans – with “Domino” here You’re on the air until dawn It’s 2:17 right here in Memphis, Tennessee Right now, here’s another one recorded at Sun Studios, this time by the King himself That’s right, Mr. Elvis Presley with one of my personal early, early morning favorites “Blue Moon.” ♪ Blue moon ♪

♪ You saw me standing alone ♪ ♪ Without a dream in my heart ♪ ♪ Without a love of my own ♪ ♪ Blue moon ♪ ♪ You knew just what I was there for ♪ – ♪ You heard me saying a prayer for ♪ – Whoa. Where am I? ♪ Someone I really could care for ♪ You? What are you doing here? Well, I – I don’t rightly know myself ♪♪ – Excuse me – Excuse me, ma’am No, I was saying to her, “Excuse me.” Uh, no, really Excuse me, ma’am Uh, I must’ve got the wrong address or somethin’ No, I – I’d better be goin’ I gotta go ♪♪ ♪ Without a love of my own ♪ – Dee Dee! Wake up, Dee Dee! – What? Look! Quick! Quick! ♪♪ Do you see? What’d you wake me up like that for? Jesus. I only just got to sleep too I coulda had a heart attack or something ♪♪ ♪ Without a love of my own ♪ ♪ Blue moon ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Without a love of my own ♪♪ Oh. Good morning Memorial Hospital shortly after midnight Police are on the lookout for three suspects described as male, in their early 30s two white and one black The suspects are armed and extremely dangerous And now the weather update for Memphis Today will once again be hot and humid Look for that mercury to rise – Are you sure you don’t want any of those magazines? No, really – You sure? – Please! ‘Cause, like, magazines are real expensive and I could read ’em at the station and on the train and stuff, you know ‘Cause I have a pretty long ride and everything Um, oh, uh, Luisa, about the money for the room, um, well – Money? Oh, right – You need some money – No! I’m supposed to give you money – Take it – 200 – No Take it What was that, a gunshot? Maybe a .38 Uh, let’s just get out of this dump Close that old pro Oh. Damn Fuckin’ bollocks If you lose your money – Here, there’s 10 you got – Take 10 back – You’re on – Rack ’em up, Earl. Rack ’em up

Yo, yo. You’re down Well, Rich, no, I-I’m being very nice to you Don’t worry about it That’s how I want it Uh, yeah, I’ll take that 10 Bet you he beat you ♪♪ ♪ Whoo ♪ ♪ It’s the Memphis train, whoo ♪ ♪ Sho ’nuff, it’s the Memphis train ♪ ♪ Whoo, look out now ♪ – ♪ Train number one is gone ♪ – Right there ♪ Train number two is gone ♪ ♪ Train number three has been gone ♪ ♪ How long must I wait for you ♪ ♪ Look out now, whoo ♪ ♪ Aw, shucks, now ♪ ♪ Whoo ♪ ♪ It’s the Memphis train ♪ – In the corner – Thanks ♪♪ Shit Lucky shot, man I don’t know, man Some days just go like that Huh. Everybody I know needs a job Seem like everybody in this town is out of work I don’t know what you bitchin’ about You lucky you had a job in the first place ♪ Train number one has gone ♪ ♪ Ow, train number two is gone ♪ ♪ Train number three is real gone ♪ Far as your old lady leaving you – I don’t know what to tell you Why don’t you go back to England or wherever the hell you come from? Ain’t they got enough women over there? ♪ How long must I wait for you ♪ ♪ How long must I wait for you ♪ You know, if it wasn’t for her, I wouldn’t even live in this fucking town ♪ Oooh whee, the Memphis train ♪ ♪ Don’t lose him now Don’t lose him ♪ ♪ Oooh whee ♪ ♪ The Memphis train ♪♪ Hey! What’s the matter with Elvis? – Don’t call me Elvis – ♪ The Memphis train ♪♪ If you can’t use my proper name why don’t you try Carl Perkins Jr or something? I mean, I don’t call them Sam and Dave, do I? Hey, man, my name is Dave ♪♪ His name is Dave Look, it’s all right, man. He’s cool – ♪ My Lord ♪ – He’s cool ♪ Baby ♪ ♪ Oh, Lord ♪ ♪ Listen ♪ ♪ You go where you wanna go ♪ ♪ And you stay as long as you please ♪ Go ahead ♪♪ Oh, man! Shit What the fuck you doin’ with that, Elvis? Is that thing loaded? Shit, man! The motherfucker’s loaded! What the fuck you doin’ with that? Ain’t she a beauty? I don’t know. I might have to use it on my landlord… or somebody Look, put that shit away, man Ain’t no landlord around here right now ♪ I worked too hard for these pennies ♪ Come on, man! Cut that shit out! That shit ain’t funny, man! Y-Y-You actin’ like an asshole or somethin’ ♪♪ Hey, everybody, check your guns at the bar! Elvis, you asshole! What the fuck’s wrong with you? You know what? I saw on the television the other day where those Chine – Over there in China, they’s all wantin’ to eat macaroni and cheese Don’t you think that’s kinda odd, what with all the Chinese food they got? Uh… yeah, I, uh – I didn’t hear about that I guess I must have missed that program Like I said, I was just passing by I saw you was in here cleaning up, and it just sorta hit me – How’s about a haircut? This is the first one I ever had at nighttime like this Well, listen, I usually don’t cut hair at night

So, uh, next time you come back during the daytime, okay? Aaah! Don’t start no shit now Could be her Boy, I got somethin’ for you – Hello – Yeah, Will? This is Ed – Oh, Ed. Yeah, what’s happening? – I’m over at Shades Your friend Elvis is over here actin’ stupid, waving a gun around and shit Yeah. Man, w-we both been having a pretty fucked-up day Yeah. Yeah, I heard y’all got laid off Yeah, it’s one of them seniority things and shit I hear that Yeah, well, look, anyway, man, um, I think you’d better get over here and get him before some real shit happens Yeah, okay Maybe you’d better come with somebody else too – Like who? – I don’t know, man Bring one of his own damn people Who the fuck am I gonna bring? I guess I could bring his brother-in-law, Charlie – I don’t care! – Shut up, girl! – Hey. Hey, Will, um – – What? You think maybe I should wait in the truck? This isn’t really a familiar neighborhood for me, and, uh – Come on, Charlie They let white folks in there I know, but you said Johnny has a gun If they see me in there, they may think I have a gun – If they don’t know I’m his brother-in-law – – Aw, shit, Charlie! ♪♪ ♪ Where can my baby be ♪ ♪ Lord, where can she be ♪ ♪ And I’m amazed ♪ ♪♪ Oh, come on, Al. Give me me gun back Might have to pawn it to pay my tab I’ll think about it ♪♪ Yo, Ed Shit ♪ Just won’t let me be ♪ ♪ Wake up restless nights ♪ Oh, sh – I’m sorry, man Come on, Johnny, man Let’s chill out – I brought Charlie, man – Charlie I’m cool. I’m completely cool Don’t need that kind of shit in here ♪ Tryin’ to lose this pain in my heart ♪ ♪♪ Sorry ♪ I begin to get rough ♪ ♪ Instead I want you to love me love me, love me ♪ Now get this thing outta here It’s loaded Don’t know why you hang around with this Elvis dude anyway, man ♪♪ Stylin’ shirt, Charlie Really? Here. Take this shit What are you, fuckin’ crazy, Johnny? What are you doing with that thing? – Hey, let’s go for a spin in Earl’s Caddy – Uh-uh Don’t you even think about it Don’t even look at Earl’s car Just get your crazy English ass in the truck You’d best straighten up, Johnny Go for a spin in Earl’s Caddy Who’s Earl? Hey, Will, think you could just drop me off now? I should go home I’m kinda tired What, and abandon your own brother-in-law on a terrible night like this? Me and Will losin’ our jobs and everything Well, no, I don’t wanna do that, but – Attaboy, Charlie! I knew you were with us all the way Us brothers, we gotta stick together Ain’t that right, Will? Yeah – Oh, yeah Right Okay then Isn’t there a late-night liquor store a couple of blocks up here? Yeah I’ll get right with you, man I got to check this damn fan belt

One bottle or two? Just get one, man. I mean, you’re drunk already, and I’m not gonna have any Right How you doin’? Two bottles of Butcher’s – Jesus, Johnny! – Hey, make ’em quart Uh, that’ll be 22.17 Hey, fella You wanna buy that, or you gonna play with it all night? Niggers, man You gotta watch ’em every second I’m guessin’ these two bottles are on the house. Am I right? – Johnny, what are you doin’? – Shut up and grab the bottles Sonny boy, I’m the man that’s gonna make you use that gun Holy shit. You killed him! You fucking killed him! Shit, man, we best get the fuck on outta here! What is wrong with you? Why’d you have to kill him? Shut up, Charlie I only winged him Goddamn it, Johnny! You’re stupid, Johnny And what if you did kill that guy? We all go to prison I didn’t kill the guy Jeannie’s gonna kill me What are you laughin’ at, huh? How do you think Dee Dee’s gonna react? Damn, I’m glad I’m not married Dee Dee walked out on me This morning Before I found out about being laid off She’s gone, man She left you? Wow. She didn’t even tell me – My own sister – What, she’s supposed to ask your permission? No, it – That’s not what I meant I’m sorry, Johnny Really, I – Just – She’ll be better off without me Now she probably will be Fuck it, man You probably better off without her, man All she did was run her mouth – Hey, she’s my sister – I don’t care. It’s the truth, man That woman talk, talk, talk, man, like a radio that never turns off, man! She’s not like that all the time It’s only when she’s nervous Well, she must be nervous all the time Last time I saw her, it was – – Yakety-yakety yada-yada-yada – – All right! All right! – Woman never stopped talking – Just drop it, will ya! “Butcher’s”?

So, what are we gonna do? We can’t just keep riding around all night like this Can we? What do you think, Johnny? Man, I fucked up I really love that girl I know you do It’s all right, man “Domino” here. You’re on the air till dawn It’s 2:17 right here in Memphis, Tennessee Right now, here’s another one recorded at Sun Studios, this time by the King himself That’s right, Mr. Elvis Presley with one of my personal early, early morning favorites “Blue Moon.” ♪ Blue Moon ♪ – ♪ You saw me standing alone ♪ – This one’s for you, Elvis Thanks a bunch, Will ♪ Without a dream in my heart ♪ ♪ Without a love of my own ♪ ♪ Blue moon ♪ ♪ You knew just what I was there for♪ ♪ You heard me saying a prayer for♪ ♪ Someone I really could care for ♪ ♪♪ Damn You’d think they’d get me a new uniform, man This one is shot to hell. Look at this Well, you should do like I do Should go over and buy your own damn clothes over at Lansky’s or somewhere like that It’s like they say – “The clothes make the man.” I mean, look at that damn hat on your head You look like a damn mosquito-legged chimpanzee I mean – ♪ Without a love of my own ♪♪ Oh, it’s 2:20 in the a.m. right here in Memphis Say, do you like seafood? Well, guess what There’s a brand-new fast-food seafood restaurant right here in Memphis You probably heard the name already That’s right – Jiffy Squid – Fresh, juicy squid dipped in – – Jiffy Squid? rolled in herbs and spices, served with a tangy sauce with their own secret ingredients – Jiffy Squid! – Turn that damn thing off! You’re listening to Tad T. Tyler, the man who brings you wall-to-wall – Jiffy Squid Danger! Danger! Will Robinson! Will Robinson! – Danger! Danger! – Shut the fuck up Hey, my brother-in-law, how you doin’? Man, your breath What have you been drinkin’? Smells like kerosene Listen, I got to ask you this favor We, uh – We in a little trouble and we need a place to stay invisible for a little while You know, just till it get light out Trouble? Here we go again That’s par for the course, Will Robinson Please, man Just for a little while Don’t tell your sister ’cause, if you do, we’ll both be in trouble Not a word. Ever – Room 22 – That room? That room Don’t make no noise – Thanks, man – Mm-hmm Thanks a lot I’m gonna remember this

Shit. I’m sorry, man Man, you got a curse on you as sure as the moon rolls around the world It was just an accident I’m sorry You gotta clean that up Shh-shh-shh-shh Fuck is the light in this place? Here’s a light Damn, Charlie I’m glad you don’t cut my hair No TV? Hey, Will, what’s this chain for? That’s ’cause you in the kinky sex room, Charlie Really? Christ. There he is again I – I can’t get rid of that fucking guy Turn it around, Charlie, would ya? It’s just giving me the creeps There’s a chair over there I mean, shit, why is he fucking everywhere? It’s a black hotel a black neighborhood There’s black dudes workin’ on the desk You know, why don’t they have a portrait of Otis Redding or Martin Luther King? Huh? That’s ’cause this a white-owned hotel They just got the brothers workin’ here Yeah, I see what you mean Don’t worry Next time, Johnny, we gonna ask for the Malcolm X suite That’s right Hey. I hope you dropped the empty one – Way to go – All right, Charlie Say, do you have any more of those Japanese plums or any other exotic fruits from around the globe? You ate my only plum Remember? Mmm. Yeah Oh!

Hey, Will You know, until that – that bellboy was teasing you it never occurred to me You’re Will Robinson You know, just like that kid on the Lostin Space show No shit, Einstein What’s the Lost in Space show? Oh, man, it was this – Y – They had – You didn’t have that on television in England? Great show It was a really stupid show with these dumb white people marooned on another planet with this robot that kept sayin’, “Danger, Will Robinson!” And this fruity professor or somebody Dr. Smith Yeah. Dr. Smith And June Lockhart was on it You know. Lassie’s mother Anyway, it was this family – the Robinsons Get it? Like Robinson Crusoe? And the main kid was named Will Robinson I guess I missed that bit of American culture Well, you damn sure didn’t miss much! What? You didn’t like that show? That used to be one of my favorites Figures That’s how I feel in this place with you two fuckin’ snowflakes hidin’ in this place Lost in space! Shit Fuck you, Will You gonna start that racist shit again? It ain’t our fault We didn’t choose to be white Right, Charlie? Yeah I mean, no Shit Vance Liquor Store manager Mitch D’Annunzio was critically wounded in the shooting He was taken to Baptist Memorial Hospital shortly after midnight Police are on the lookout for three suspects described as male, in their early 30s two white and one black The suspects are armed and extremely dangerous And now the weather update Oh, shit. Where are we? Oh, damn I was hoping I dreamed all this shit Hey, Johnny where do you think Dee Dee went? I don’t know She said something about a girlfriend in Natchez Where is Natchez? Louisiana? No, its, uh – It’s in Mississippi, I think Right down there on the river It’s really too bad You know, I mean, with your wedding anniversary coming up and everything Look, Charlie there’s something I gotta tell you Me and Dee Dee you know, we were never actually married What?

She never told me that I wanted to marry her but you know Dee Dee She always said we’d have to wait and see how things went Great You mean after all this shit, you ain’t even my fucking brother-in-law? Jesus Christ Do you know, uh – What am I, fucking stupid? We’d better get rid of that gun, man Yeah Jesus! Damn. That’s just gotta be Room 22 I just know it – Check it out – Yeah, but that sounded like a gunshot Check it out – You want me to go check it out now? – Yeah. Check it out right now You fuckin’ shot me! I don’t believe this! You’re not even my brother-in-law, and now you fuckin’ shot me! Uh, excuse me Wow We saw Graceland this morning and by tonight we’ll have seen Fats Domino’s house in New Orleans! Uh, excuse me Is this the train to Natchez? Oh, yes! Matches! One moment, please! Hey Oh, uh – No. Never mind Thanks anyway Thanks anyway! Attention, passengers This is the final boarding call for Flight 607 Final call for Flight 607 to Rome now departing from Gate 6 Shut up, man

Oww! Are you fuckin’ stupid? Oww! You got him? Oww, it hurts! I need a – I need a doctor Don’t worry, Charlie A lot of doctors in Arkansas Arkansas? Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Shh! You hear that? What, the train? No. Sirens I can hear a train I hear the sirens Shit Oww! Shit! ♪♪ All aboard ♪ Train I ride ♪ ♪ Sixteen coaches long ♪ ♪ Train I ride ♪ ♪ Sixteen coaches long ♪ ♪ Well, that long, black train ♪ ♪ Carry my baby from home ♪ ♪ Train, train ♪ ♪ Comin’ on round the bend ♪ ♪ Train, train ♪ ♪ Comin’ on round the bend ♪ ♪ Well, it took my baby ♪ ♪ It’s gon’ do it again ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Train, train ♪ ♪ Comin’ on down the line ♪ ♪ Train, train ♪ ♪ Comin’ on down the line ♪ ♪ Well, it’s bringin’ my baby♪ ♪ ‘Cause she’s mine, all mine ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Shhhh ♪ ♪ Shhhh ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Shhhh ♪♪