Edwin Boyd (2011) Movie Script

Mom, how come you don't drive
a motorcycle anymore?
Well, that was only
during the war.
You know, during the war,
your father used to perform
all the time with his friends.
And he was in a band.
He was a star.
And do you have
any of those photos?
I have to finish
the McLeans' laundry first.
What are you drawing?
A rainbow.
A rainbow?
You scared us.
Yeah, I bet I did.
- You didn't scare me.
- Yeah, sure.
Hey, you recognize the voice?
- Yeah, it's you.
- It is me.
Why are you home early?
Is everything all right?
Nothing's wrong. Why does
something have to be wrong?
I got a guy
to cover half my shift.
It's the second time
this month.
Well, I wasn't
gonna miss tonight.
Look, don't worry so much.
Come on.
Come dance with me.
Eddie, I've forgotten
how to dance.
- No, you haven't.
- I have.
Give me your hand.
Like this. Remember?
What do you think
of the record?
Love it.
You love it?
You know who you sound like?
What? Like Tony Bennett?
Tony Bennett.
That's just what I thought.
You wish.
" There is nothing for me
but to love you. "
Happy birthday.
Thank you.
Not bad, he?
We still got it.
I think so.
I think so.
" Just the way you look. "
You know I didn't
bring you here from England
to live like this.
I came for you, Edwin Boyd.
We're not
the only ones struggling.
Let's go.
- Happy Birthday!
- Ta-da!
Happy birthday.
What a surprise.
What shall I do?
'Kay, make a wish.
- Make a wish?
- Let's do it.
One, two- you gonna help?
Tell us what you wished for.
No, then it won't come true.
Won't come true.
It's true. Give her the gift.
Is this for me?
It's when we went
to the lake.
Billy, I love it.
What's that?
That's the tunnel,
and that's Dad
doing his headstands.
Oh, it is.
Hey, come on. Open it up.
You like it?
Eddie, we can't...
I had nothing to do with it.
The kids bought it.
Don't you like it?
I love it, sweetie,
but we can't.
I'm gonna return this.
Hey, you're not returning it.
I got it on credit.
Don't worry about it.
- Credit?
- Try it on.
Yeah, try it on.
At least for tonight.
There you go.
It's beautiful.
It's so pretty, Mommy.
I love pink.
Well, sweetie, I'm just
gonna take it off for now,
because I don't want to get
birthday cake all over it.
But thank you.
But there is still
one more gift.
There is?
You're spoiling me.
Did you make this?
You made this?
Carolyn and I.
This is when your father played
the count of Monte Cristo.
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Hey, how are ya?
I know this is
a little strange, but...
Look, don't worry about it.
How you want to do this?
Soldier style?
All right.
Let's go. Here we go.
Where you headed?
Uh, just to Morse Street.
So where did this happen?
Thanks, man.
Hey, you got a smoke?
Here you go.
Need a light?
Here you go.
Better be goin'.
Hello, how are you?
Thank you.
I'm cold.
Me too.
We'll be home soon, okay?
Thank you.
I'll see you next week.
Now, how were
Mr. and Mrs. Got-Lots?
They're not worried
about the bank
taking their house, so...
Can I help you?
Yes. Hi, how are you?
Hi, I'd like to speak
to Mr. Greene, please.
Oh, he's not here. I'm sorry.
- Are you an actor?
- Yes.
Well, no. I'm not.
But that's what I'd like
to speak to Mr. Greene about,
about getting some movie work.
Oh, great. Your name?
Uh, Edwin Alonzo Boyd.
Yes, Alonzo. A-L-O-N-Zed-O.
Performances, shows?
Something we might have seen?
Oh, uh, no, I, um...
I lost some time overseas,
so no.
Uh, well, look, I teach jujitsu.
It's a martial art.
Oh! You're athletic.
I, uh... I sing.
I can play the harmonica.
Oh, musical.
Well, yes, but I'm not sure
musicals are really my thing.
That's great, though.
All right,
the introductory course is $45.
You fill this in and sign it.
Bring it back with a che...
Actually, I don't think
you understand.
I can't take a class.
I'm-I have a family.
I can't take classes.
Well, um...
Look, Mr. Greene and I, um...
well, we had
a little conversation.
He was on my bus, and we had
a little heart-to-heart.
Gave me his card.
Look, Mr. Boyd, I'm...
Is he gonna be back in?
Maybe I should just speak to him
when he gets back in.
Mr. Greene is in Los Angeles.
He's shooting.
I'm sorry.
Lovely to see you.
You didn't need
to bring so much.
Well, I couldn't have
my grand-kids go hungry.
Besides, I got too many.
Is he in?
He's resting.
I can wake him up.
It's the afternoon.
I know. He's tired.
I heard people talk
about this, um...
combat fatigue.
I don't know.
He's been lazy all his life.
The only good thing
he's ever done
was somehow convince you
to marry him.
And I don't know
how the hell he did that.
Must have told some good lies.
You don't mean that.
Please come in.
I'll put the kettle on.
I know he'd love to see you.
I got things I gotta do.
Get him to church.
He needs to get
his life straight.
Eddie, we're going shopping.
Bye, Dad!
Is this for real?
Sorry, I didn't understand.
I said I...
I said I ain't foolin'.
Fill it up quick.
Do it quick.
I don't want to use this.
Just do it quick,
quick and quiet.
Let's go. Let's go.
Let's go. Let's go. Let's go.
Come on, what good
they ever done you, huh?
That's good.
Everybody down!
Didn't know you were home.
I am.
What are you smiling about?
I got some takeout there too,
if you're hungry.
Where'd you get the money
for all this?
I got an acting job.
An acting job?
Yeah, I did.
It's nothing big, but yeah.
I got a surprise for you.
You gotta cover your eyes.
That's what this is for?
Is that what this is for?
What are you playing?
What is it?
You're not going to tell me?
- No, I'm not going to tell you.
- Why?
'Cause it's a surprise.
Cover your eyes.
- The other way
- What?
Okay, come on.
Is it a play?
No, it's just
local entertainment.
It's nothing special.
All right, come on.
Keep 'em covered.
Keepin' 'em covered?
They're covered.
No peeking.
Watch your step.
There you go. There you go.
Don't let me slip.
Hold there. Hold there.
No peeking.
All right, open up.
Huh? We traded up
for a little extra.
Eddie, have you lost
your mind?
Well, I don't know.
It's beautiful, but...
Have they paid you already?
Don't worry about it.
Don't worry about it.
- Come look.
- Eddie!
Promise me!
I promise you.
I promise. I promise.
Oh, my God!
You're nuts.
I like it when you smile.
Oh, my God.
Now you can quit
your job too.
Are you serious?
I'm serious.
Gotta pack him up.
- I'll get you.
- You can't get me.
I'm pretty sure I could.
- I bet you could.
- But I won't.
So I told your father.
Oh, Doreen,
Why'd you tell my dad?
Dad, stop moving.
Sorry, sorry.
I think he should know
that we're doing good.
He should know.
Why don't you tell us
about your work?
What do you mean?
The people you work with,
who are they?
Why don't you let us
come visit you?
Doreen, I told you.
I got a bit part.
It's not like I can just bring
anyone I want down to the set.
Oh, anyone?
Yeah, well, it doesn't
work like that.
- Dad!
- Sorry.
Carolyn, pack in his legs.
He's not going anywhere.
Well, I think
there's a reason why.
Oh, yeah? What's the reason?
I think maybe
you don't want them to know
that you're married.
Doreen "The Babe of Brighton Thompson".
Hot Wheels!
No! No, Eddie!
Hot Wheels!
Worried about me?
Nothing to worry about.
Nothing to worry about.
I promise.
What does it feel like?
What does what feel like?
You know, when you're...
I feel...
I feel alive.
I haven't seen you smile
in forever.
" That's me I. "
" The devil won't let me be. "
Hello, ladies. How are ya?
Oh, no, no, no, no, no.
Right where I can see you.
You too. You too.
You too, please.
Thank you.
Fill 'em up.
Fill 'em, fill 'em, fill 'em.
Ladies, please help her out.
There you go.
Money, money, money.
Let's go. Let's go. Let's go.
All right, let's go.
That's good. That's good.
Thank you, ladies.
" A sinister kid
is a kid who, "
" Runs to meet his maker. "
" A drop-dead sprint
from the day he's born. "
" Straight into
his maker's arms. "
" And that's me. "
" That's me. "
" The boy with the broken halo. "
" That's me, that's me. "
" The devil won't let me be. "
The missile,
the forbidding symbol
of tomorrow's terror.
The search for a defense
in the new age of Warfare.
1950, the fateful year.
Toronto the good? Look again.
The serene calm of our city
has been shattered
by the depravity of a gunman
wearing face paint.
After eight terrifying heists,
Where and when
will he strike again?
But hope is on the horizon.
Mayor Lamport has marshaled
"our own Sherlock Holmes
to the trail".
Detective David Rhys,
a highly decorated soldier.
Will he catch the man
hiding behind the makeup?
He has struck once again.
Police suspect that
it's the same mystery man
that's been on
a defiant robbing spree...
Where does he live?
Stay tuned for more
when we come back.
who have not seen anything
quite like this before.
The bank has yet to disclose
the amount of money taken.
The mayor will be holding
a press conference
at City Hall in just a moment.
Never before has there been...
You're home early.
Why are you wearing my makeup?
Eddie, why are you
wearing my makeup?
Come sit down.
Let me explain.
Eddie, what's happening?
What's going on?
- Why are you wearing
my makeup, Eddie?
We needed the money.
Billy, don't come in!
Mom, where's my baseball?
It's on the kitchen table
where you left it!
Hey. It's all right.
It's okay.
Oh, Eddie.
Oh, God.
We don't need
to worry anymore.
Did you even think
about the children?
Of course I thought
about the children.
What if you got hurt, Eddie?
I'm not going to get hurt.
a few more jobs and that's it.
I'm done.
We'll have enough.
Yeah, enough. Enough of this.
We need to start over.
We need to start fresh,
somewhere far away,
somewhere warm.
Can you imagine that?
Fruit trees in your garden
all year long
and no more worries,
imagine that.
Imagine that. We are close.
We can go get that.
What about this?
Grease paint?
What's it for?
It's a disguise.
What would you do all day
when you told us
you were acting, hmm?
I go to the gym.
I go to the movies.
And when would you do this?
When would you do this?
When you took
the kids shopping.
Thank you.
You know,
some think you're crazy.
I'm not crazy.
The world is crazy.
I'm only its mirror.
Your bank should share
the wealth a little bit.
Excuse me, ladies.
Give 'em what they want;
They deserve it.
Or what?
Or I'll keep comin' back.
Put the gun down!
- Is he cuffed?
- Yeah.
Is this a souvenir?
should stay souvenirs.
What's your name?
You're a cop, right?
You figure it out.
You made my wife a happy woman.
Is she a fan?
I'll get home early
for a change.
Mr. Boyd.
Mr. Boyd,
one for The Daily Star?
It's for the front page.
That's it. Just hold.
Wait for it. Wait for it.
Wait for it.
Just, uh, come a little closer,
would you, Mr. Boyd?
Talked to your neighbors.
They said you were
a decent family man,
had a good job.
You're a decorated soldier.
What went wrong?
Things were wrong
long before me.
What, you guys don't read
the papers?
Life's way too short.
It was time to start living.
So I did.
All right, remember
what the warden said.
Couple of shots in and out.
That's it.
So now what, huh? Now what?
You sorry?
Am I sorry?
Yeah, I'm sorry the cops
got all my money.
I worked hard for that.
You got any words
for your readers?
Yeah, find a job you love.
All right, that's it.
Let's go.
Hi. Hi.
What are you thinking,
bringing the kids here?
What was I thinking?
They had to be taken
out of school,
and there's no one
to look after them.
What was I supposed to do?
Why on earth did you say
what you said in the papers?
Hey, how are you? You okay?
You guys all right?
The other kids aren't allowed
to play with us anymore.
When are you coming back?
I don't know, kiddo.
I tried to get you
a good lawyer,
spoke to your father...
No, no, no, no,
we don't need him.
He said he's gonna help us
with some money.
How's he gonna help us
on a cop's pension?
Where's he gonna get the money?
Doreen, I don't need
the guilt, okay?
Well, we need him, Eddie.
They've got everything.
I can't even get
my old job back.
Nobody trusts us.
Hey, candy.
Don't turn your back on me.
Whoa, tough guy...
Where you goin'?
Where you goin'?
Go, go, go, go!
This is where I break
your fuckin' neck.
Whoa! Whoa!
Big bad boy, no?
Hey. Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Hey, I'm on your team.
You ugly fuckin' dog, get back
to your fuckin' doghouse.
Get back to your
fuckin' doghouse.
Come on; it was a good fight.
Are you fuckin'
feelin' doggy, huh?
What the fuck do you want, huh?
Get the fuck outta here.
Get the fuck outta here.
You gonna make me
fuckin' come out here?
I'll fuckin' walk
when I want to walk.
My fuckin' block.
Why you always
gotta start stuff, Willy?
Thanks, Lenny. I'm sorry, man.
How you doin', Fred?
This one's for Willy.
Sol heard you used
a German Luger.
Is that true?
Okay, well, I, uh...
I prefer machine guns.
You know, quick, to the point,
scares the shit out of people.
You know, you're not
the only bank robber
in this joint.
You know that, right?
He's in the papers too.
That's Tough Lenny Jackson.
That furry little pervert,
that's Willy "the Clown"
No relation, thank Christ.
Take it easy.
Sol heard you served.
Yeah, I did.
Me too.
Spent, uh,
five years over there.
Whole time I was over there,
not a scratch, not a mark,
you know?
I come back over here,
and no loss.
Rode the rails.
Cut clean.
Kind of ironic, huh,
after dodging all those
goddamn bullets and...
You got kids, right?
I got one on the way.
His girl's a model, Sears,
real nice.
You should show him a picture.
Willy, shut the fuck up.
Hey, I told you
you're not allowed
to talk about her.
You're not allowed to even
think about her, right?
Just sayin'. She's real nice.
Let's get to the point.
Look, Ed.
I didn't fight five
fuckin' years over there
to rot in this hell hole,
you know?
A man is master
of his own destiny, right?
Me and Lenny already
cut through one bar.
It's Russian metal.
It's like butter.
It's held together
by some soap and dirt.
So what do you say,
movie star?
You want to get the hell
outta here?
So whose car is this anyway?
Why won't you tell me, hmm?
Is it your girlfriend's?
I thought Polish people
were poor.
Her parents bought it for her.
That's what Polish families do.
Well, forget Poland.
Oh, shit!
They're gonna be waiting.
" No amount of talk
could cover up. "
" What I had hiding in my trunk. "
" Oh, baby,
it will bring you down. "
Let's go.
Mary, you're gonna
have to get out.
There's a streetcar stop
on the corner.
Yeah. You're not serious.
No, really.
I hate to do this.
Why can't I go with you?
Because Lenny would kill me
if I took his sister
to a breakout, Mary.
Come on! I've gotta go!
Fuck you, Val.
Look, I'll see you back...
" No, I ain't sorry
for what I did. "
" 'Cause for them,
it's more of a business, "
" than a punishment. "
Where is he, Lenny?
I don't know
where the fuck he is.
We gotta fucking go.
We can't sit here
and fucking wait here.
Let's go. We gotta go now.
Go, go, go!
" Oh, baby,
it will bring you down. "
" Oh, baby,
how it will bring you down. "
What the fuck, Val?
I'm sorry, Lenny. I'm sorry.
Hi. I'm Val Kozak.
Watch the fuckin' road.
We did it.
We did it! We did it!
Yes! Yes!
No, no, no, no.
Everything's okay.
Everything's okay. I promise.
" I love you. "
" 'Yes, I do. "
" You're my sun,
you're my stars. "
" You're my... "
No, stay there tonight
and come tomorrow.
We got our own room.
Everything's gonna be okay.
No, you-do you know me?
You know me.
You know me.
Thanks, baby.
Now what are we gonna do?
We gonna sit around here
doing nothin' all night
or what?
This just in.
Authorities from Don Jail
have reported a...
Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey.
Shut up.
There is speculation
that Edwin Boyd,
knew fellow inmate
Leonard Jackson.
Both are war vets
and shared a cell block
for the last month.
I gotta go.
I'll call you back.
- It's okay.
- What the fuck is that?
Come on, Lenny, please.
What do you expect?
He's in the papers.
Shut the fuck up.
Hey, hey, hey! Lenny!
We know who got us out.
You got us out.
We know that.
We know you got us out.
Turn that fucking thing off.
Yeah, turn it off.
Turn it off.
- Shut it off!
- It's just a name, Lenny.
Hey, you want to split up
right now, I don't give a shit!
You want to split up right now-
hey, hey, hey, hey.
I lost a lot of money
doing those banks by myself.
I lost a lot of money.
I'm damn sure your take
wasn't any different.
Come here. Look at me.
Look at me. Look at me.
Look at me.
Now's your chance
to say somethin'.
Let's hit tomorrow.
- He wants to hit tomorrow.
- Tomorrow.
That's fucking smart, right?
I know a place.
I hit it once already.
With you, it'll be easy.
I say we do it!
He says we do it!
He says we do it!
Jesus Christ.
What are we gonna do
for guns, huh'?
What are we gonna do for guns?
We'll get guns.
We'll get the guns.
Right? We'll get the guns.
We'll get the guns.
Tonight let's have some fun.
Hey, Val.
Play something upbeat.
Play something upbeat.
Val, can you play something
really sweet?
All right.
Why can't you
shut the fuck up
when I tell you
to shut the fuck up, huh?
" I must admit,
I can't explain. "
" Any of these thoughts
racing through my brain. "
" It's true. "
" Baby, I'm howlin' for you. "
All right, everybody,
this is a holdup!
Hands up. Hands up.
" There's something wrong. "
Give me your best.
" The actors here
have not got a clue. "
" Baby, I'm howlin' for you. "
Fill it.
" Da da da-da da,
da da da-da da. "
" Da da da-da da,
da da da-da da. "
" Da da da-da da,
da da da-da da. "
" Da da da-da da. "
You know, some of the girls,
they talk about you.
Oh, yeah? What about?
About what you'd be like.
Hello, hello.
How you doin', baby?
Some of us are happy
that you got out,
Edwin Boyd.
Well, it's good to be out.
" For you. "
Remember what I said?
Come on. Come on.
Let's go!
get in the fucking car!
" Catcher's mitt,
strike two. "
Come on, kid. Get out.
What the fuck is with
that jumping shit?
Go, go, go, go, go!
and "unstoppable"
seem to be the only words
to describe the Boyd Gang,
who boldly robbed a bank today.
" Da da da-da da. "
" Da da da-da da,
da da da-da da. "
I don't know what
you're out to prove,
but you dial it down, okay?
I'm not trying to prove
anything, man.
I'm just doing what I do, okay?
- Watch it.
- Hey!
You ever hold that much cash?
Hey, we going?
" Da da da-da da,
da da da-da da. "
" Da da da-da da. "
I know where you're going.
You're paranoid!
You're not taking my car!
I'll be back
in a few days, okay?
I promise!
You're not taking it
to see that whore!
Who are these people, Eddie?
They're okay.
You know, they're good.
What if someone calls
the police?
No one's gonna call
the police.
We booked the whole thing.
Lenny knows the guy.
He's gettin' paid a fortune.
You gotta try and relax.
You remember this song?
Dancing away by the piano?
I still remember those moves,
the way you smiled at me.
Mess Hall was the place,
wasn't it, with all of them.
Our first afternoon together.
Remember that?
Stayed in bed all day.
Met on a Friday,
married on a Tuesday.
Come here.
Oh, Eddie.
Let's go.
Let's us get out of here.
We're not getting out of here.
We gotta start
thinking differently now.
You gotta accept that.
With more guys,
I can hit bigger banks,
better banks.
A few more jobs,
and everything changes for us.
I'm scared, Eddie.
I'm scared for the kids.
I'm scared for us.
You just got out of jail.
Yeah, and now I'm not.
Now I'm not.
That's why you gotta stop
doubting me all the time.
You're startin' to sound
like my fuckin' father.
I'm fixing things.
You gotta start
believin' in me.
You're waking the kids.
" Down went the gunner. "
" A bullet was his fate. "
" Down went the gunner
and then the gunner's mate. "
Oh, you're very welcome.
" Up jumped the pilot
and gave the boys a look, "
" and manned
the gun himself, "
" as he laid aside the book.
Shouting, "
" Praise the Lord
and pass the ammunition. "
" Praise the Lord
and pass the ammunition. "
" And we'll all stay free. "
I wanted
to go over there so bad...
Fight side by side
like you guys,
wear that uniform.
I told them.
I told them, "I want
to fight for my country."
But I had pimples
all over my face.
I was 15.
I couldn't hide it.
Maybe that's why
God gave you acne.
But I didn't know
they didn't let you fight
if you had pimples.
It's not the pimples.
Guys, guys, guys, guys, guys.
Um, can I have
your attention, please?
I got something that I...
that I found.
I'd like to read it to you.
You ready?
"if your beloved
has the life of a fire,
step in now and burn along."
Oh, my God, that is so sweet!
I thought you'd understand.
And I will, Lenny.
And you're all invited
to the wedding!
Wait, wait, wait.
Where are we doing this?
The French won't know us
in Montreal. Montreal.
Montreal is romantic.
Hey, to Lenny and Ann!
Hey, guys, live happy.
Live happy.
Hey, Billy,
you want to come help
with the next tray?
Yeah, sure.
All right, come on in.
All right.
Okay, buddy.
When this gets here,
you tell me, all right?
- Okay.
- All right.
Now, see what she's doing?
Soak it up,
and after you soak it up,
you crunch it all up, okay?
All right, and keep lookin'
at this, though, all right?
I got breakfast goin'.
What do you guys want?
I got pancakes, and I got eggs.
I want eggs boiled soft,
the way Mommy makes them.
And coffee too.
All right,
I don't know about coffee.
We'll see.
It's okay. Everything's fine.
All right, kids,
get ready to watch your dad.
Ready? What do we think here?
Two at a time?
One more.
- Whoa!
What's going on?
You are both ex-soldiers.
Has that factored
in to your investigation?
I'm treating this like I would
any other criminal case.
In your memory,
has there ever been
this kind of media coverage?
I think there has been
unwarranted sensationalism
around these crimes.
Some are saying they're
in Cuba living the high life.
What do you think?
We've sealed the borders
loan assure you.
We're closing in on Eddie Boyd
and his gang.
Those are the words
of Detective David Rhys.
"Eddie Boyd." folk hero
or just plain thief?
Always knew
you wouldn't stay blue.
You were a good kid
to train, eh?
How's the family?
Got a third on the way.
Welcoming it,
but that's gonna be it.
No more.
The situation is bad, eh?
He can't go on.
He's got to come in.
I don't know where he is.
We don't speak. We don't...
Where do you think
he might be...
or might do?
I... I don't know.
I don't know who he is.
he's still my boy.
And, uh...
Eat your breakfast.
Stop it, all right?
I can't believe
he's on the phone.
It's about time.
Okay. I'm ready.
She had a boy.
All right,
can we do this now?
Get down on the ground!
Get on the ground!
Okay, everyone!
Your attention, please.
Hi. How are ya?
Hey, fill it up.
There you go. There you go.
There you go.
" Everyone you... "
Hello, everybody!
Welcome to the show.
We are...
The Boyd Gang.
everybody in the center.
In the center, in the center.
Please, sir.
Thank you.
Eddie, what the fuck
are you doing?
Hurry up! Come on!
" A woman long ago. "
" A mother just like yours. "
This just in.
The Boyd Gang's
largest bank haul yet.
The biggest heist
in the nation's history.
It's already on the radio!
There's my girl!
I got you a little money,
All right, you two,
let's get you to Montreal
and get you married.
Hold on. Hold on. Hold on.
I gotta bless you
for your trip.
- You're not coming?
- I can't.
Doreen wants me to stay.
I gotta stay.
Our father who aren't in heaven
hallowed is thy name.
Thy kingdom is none.
Thy will is done.
Hallelujah, Boyd,
but you know what?
You're comin' with us
to Montreal!
He's coming with us!
" Haven't you noticed
more cops? "
" I'm scared, 'cause no one else
around me seems scared. "
" I'd buy a gun
and be prepared. "
What are you doing?
This is what we used
to do back home
during the war.
If anyone wants to come in,
they can't.
No, I...
I understand.
I was just a fuck.
So now it's time to settle down
and do what's right?
Wow, that fucking bitch
gets herself pregnant.
Oh, my God!
But your parents
must be so happy.
I should've never have
told you I couldn't...
You know it's not like that.
Fuck you. You know what?
You can't quit, because you're
a fucking dumb-ass doorman.
You know that?
Fuck you.
Hey, it's me.
Please don't hang up.
Doreen, don't hang up.
Look, I couldn't get out of it.
Those guys look to me.
So do your family.
Listen, Doreen,
when I get back,
we're going to get
a nice place.
It's got a big backyard.
I already got Mary
working on it.
I was keeping it a surprise
for you and the kids.
Eddie, do you remember London,
my room?
Do you remember
what you would say to me
when I couldn't sleep,
when you were holding onto me?
You remember?
Those bombs were falling,
and I couldn't sleep.
They were really good things
to think about.
Your dreams.
You made them ours.
And I believed you.
I didn't think it would be
like this, Eddie.
Mary Mitchell.
Haven't seen you in a while.
I can't even go five steps
without seeing your face.
I mean, you're the cop
in all the papers.
What is that like?
You didn't come here
to talk about me, did you?
There you go.
Just how you like it.
Sure the schools
are great here, Eddie.
We should enroll them.
Perhaps we should throw
a dinner party as well
for all our old friends.
We haven't seen them
for so long.
They'd love this place.
don't be like that, okay?
Don't be like that?
Yeah, don't be like that!
Well, I'm sorry that I'm not
jumping for joy, Eddie.
This place isn't great,
and I'm not great,
because things aren't
fucking great.
Oh, I'm sorry.
I can't speak
like your new buddies?
Don't look at me like that.
You want some more?
Your father, he warned me
about my life with you.
He told me, and I didn't
fucking believe it.
That's great; now you sound
like the cesspool you came from.
That's wonderful!
- I'm leaving you, Eddie.
- You're leaving?
I'm taking the kids,
and I'm leaving.
Well, that's just
fucking great!
Who do you think
I'm doing this for?
This is for you!
All of this is for you!
I don't want this!
You don't want this?
You don't want this life?
You don't want
the got-lots life, huh?
You don't want the house?
Fine. It's gone!
Its gone!
So I was wrong!
So fucking shoot me!
Shoot me!
I'm pregnant, Eddie!
I'm pregnant.
What are you talkin' about?
What are you talkin' about?
Come here. Come here.
Come here. Come here.
What are you talkin' about?
What am I gonna do?
We're gonna go.
I'm done. And we're gonna go.
We're gonna go. We're gonna go
as soon as we can,
me and you and the kids,
together as a family.
We're gone.
We're gonna go.
We're gonna go
as soon as we can.
Rhys took me
to the police station.
I mean, he kept on asking
about you
and where you were
and if you were with Boyd.
But, I mean, I said
I didn't even know.
I couldn't even careless
where you were, I said,
since you didn't bother
to reach me or nothin'.
That's when he started
to hurt me.
Son of a bitch.
I mean, it hurt so much,
but I had to give him something
so he'd stop,
so I told him some guys
were smuggling cigarettes
up from the States.
- What guys?
- I made it up.
I mean,
I had to give him something.
And I told him about the car.
What car?
And that's why
you can't go there anymore.
Go where?
The house,
'cause that's where Rhys thinks
they're hiding everything.
What house?
Val, they don't even know
who you are.
Mary, what house?
Her house.
Oh, God, Mary, you didn't!
Well, come on!
Don't you see?
He was hurting me.
Val, look!
He-he-he burnt me.
He burnt me.
But you know what, Lenny?
I fixed it.
So as long as Val doesn't
go there anymore, it's fine.
Lenny, please, please don't.
Lenny, please!
Listen to me! Listen!
I don't want you to go.
I'm gonna take care
of it, okay?
Please. Lenny, please.
Val, please!
Val, come on. Come on.
Come on. Let's go. Come on.
Hurry up!
Oh, God. Oh, God!
Ann. Hi, baby.
Look, um,
Val and me, we gotta
get out of town
for a little bit.
Just a little bit.
Just wire some money.
Fiona, please.
I just...
I can't come home right now.
Step one, step two.
" Two by two
is better for you. "
" It's better for me,
'cause I'm with you. "
" Better than one
is two for fun. "
" Two is more,
is better for me. "
Hey! Hey!
At this time,
police are unable to confirm.
Whether Edwin Alonzo Boyd,
leader of the notorious
Boyd Gang,
was involved.
Speculation continues
as to why Jackson and Kozak...
How 'bout a plane?
I've never been on a plane.
No, we're gonna drive
so we can camp, remember?
Daddy, I just needs
to find a new car first.
Mary's not answering.
So we stay here then?
Yeah, for now.
We're gonna need more food,
Oh, everything's fine.
Lenny, talk to me.
Please. Lenny?
No! No!
The notorious fugitive
Edwin Alonzo Boyd
has been captured in
a strategic police operation.
The mayor moved
everybody else out.
They want to bring us
all in court together.
And they took away
Lenny's foot.
This is bad, eh?
Now what?
They're gonna kill us, Eddie.
I know.
They're gonna kill us.
We did what was right.
- Val.
- You gotta do something, Eddie.
- You gotta...
- Val!
They're not gonna
let us just sit here
until we're shitting ourselves
hanging from a rope, okay?
We're gonna figure this out.
Me and you,
we can figure this out, no?
Need to see my kid...
I got it. I got it. I got it.
How are they treating you?
Now that you're famous,
not quite like you expected,
I bet, eh?
What's with the getup?
I've just been
to a friend's funeral.
But, you know,
once a cop, always a cop.
That's right. That's right.
That's right. That's right.
So I guess
this makes you happy, huh?
Why would I be happy?
You're going to need
a lot of help
to get your sentence reduced.
Still, I...
A father can still
help his son, can't he?
You'd help your son,
wouldn't you?
What do you think this is doing
to your kids, son?
I always warned your mother
you'd end up like this.
Don't lose your faith.
You okay?
Hey, Willy.
What's it say in the paper?
About India?
No, about the TV.
It says here,
"Our nation will launch
"a TV network of its own
with Mr. Lorne Greene
You all right? You okay?
You all right?
Yeah, I'm okay.
Hey, come on.
Let's share that leg.
We got a long way to go.
I'm all right.
Come on, let's go.
Don't be a tough guy.
Come on. Let's go.
Let's fucking go!
Good evening.
This is Lorne Greene.
This week, our cameramen
all over the world
went to get the news where
and when it was happening.
Here is what we've selected
from the pictures they took.
Our first story...
a story of a manhunt.
The Don Jail.
This is where it began.
Monday morning,
the call went out
to the police dispatcher
at headquarters
on College Street.
In matter-of-fact tones,
he told the unbelievable story.
Four men escaped
from the Toronto jail.
These men are dangerous.
Within hours, 2,000 police
had begun the hunt,
and the unofficial word was,
"Shoot to kill."
There's supposed to be more.
Is my foot in there?
There's nothing here!
I can't believe this!
- Why?
- He's your guy!
- Will, where's my fuckin' foot?
- Fuck.
The Boyd Gang's dramatic
second and unprecedented escape
from the Don Jail
has ignited the largest manhunt
in the nation's history.
Guards at the Don Jail
are being questioned
for their involvement.
One has been suspended
under suspicion.
Sightings of the Boyd Gang
are coming in
from all over the country,
confounding authorities.
Police have closed the borders,
speculating that the Boyd Gang
will attempt
to flee the country.
Banks are adding extra security
for fear of being
the Boyd Gang's target.
The public is to be reminded
that these men are dangerous.
Two are cop killers.
How long we gonna wait
for this guy, huh'?
We'll wait one more day.
All you gotta do is read it.
Are we ready then?
"My dearest Eddie.
"Am I asking too much,
under the circumstances,
"for you to give yourself up?"
"I've thought this over
so much in the past few days,
"and knowing me
as your devoted wife,
"I will wait for you
"no matter what
the outcome may be.
"God willing,
we'll have the privilege
"of growing old together.
"It's all I ask of you.
And remember always
I love you."
Come back.
Come back now, Eddie.
Come back, Eddie.
This brings to a close
our special broadcast.
Mrs. Doreen Boyd
is now being escorted
by police from the studio.
Her children are being fed
to her by other officers.
Reporters are waiting outside.
Turn off the radio.
There is speculation
here and elsewhere as to...
Car 20 on scene, 1854.
Snow removal crew
reported suspicious men
around abandoned barn.
- Come on.
- Lenny, come on.
No, come on!
Just go!
Leonard Jackson
and Valentine Kozak
have been sentenced
to death by hanging
for the murder
of Detective Rhys.
Edwin Boyd and William Jackson
were exonerated for the murder
but will serve
life time jail sentences.
Hey, hey! Wait, wait, wait!
Let me have just one. Come on.
I lie down and sleep.
I wake again
because the Lord sustains me.
I will not fear
the tens of thousands
drawn up against me
on every side.
Arise, O Lord. Deliver me.
Your hair looks good
up like that.
It's good to see you, Eddie.
It's good to see you too.
Can I come in for a minute?
I was just on my way out.
Is that Billy?
- He looks...
- Like you.
He's the image of you.
And there's Carolyn.
She's so pretty.
And that's...
that's Robin.
How are they? Are they good?
They're fine.
They stopped writing me
a while back, you know.
You know, I'm moving out west,
so I was gonna maybe
give them a call,
see how they're doin'.
Think that'd be okay?
Out west?
Yeah, they're gonna
send me away,
so they're gonna send me away.
They didn't say that
in the papers.
I was kind of hopin' the kids
might come visit me.
I was kind of hoping
you'd come outwith me.
Come outwith you?
I mean, I don't mean right now.
Hey, Doreen,
I don't mean right now.
I don't mean right now.
I don't expect you
to pack up your bags
and come with me right now.
That's not what I mean.
Hey, let's have a drink.
Come on, let's have a drink
and toast the future.
What do you say?
I don't drink anymore.
I missed you.
I really missed you, Doreen.
I really did.
I'm with someone now, Eddie.
You know that.
You can't just
waltz back in here.
Things are good for me now.
They're really good for me now.
Do you remember what you said
on the radio that night?
Do you remember what you said?
It was a long time ago, Eddie.
That's what I held onto.
You've got to go.
He won't like it
if you're here.
Please, I don't...
I still have
some of your things.
Um, I held onto them, not much.
I don't... Doreen, I don't have
that much time.
I don't even know
why I still have them.
It's been such a long time.
What are you doing?
You have to leave, Eddie.
What's he doin' here?
He just came
to get his things, Al.
He's-he's going.
Just talkin' to my wife.
You don't have a wife.
Come on, let's go. Go.
Get the fuck outta here.
Come on!
Let's go!
- Get out!
- Al.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, Doreen.
Just come with me.
Doreen, just come with me.
I can't come back now, Eddie.
I can't.
How can I help you today?
I'd like to make a deposit,