The Great Texas Dynamite Chase (1976) Movie Script

(mellow music)
- Pam!
- [Pam] Whoo!
I was getting worried.
- I was worried myself.
- Are you okay?
- Just little tired, that's all.
- It really worked, didn't it?
- You bet it did.
(upbeat music)
- Need any help, Miss?
- No thanks.
- - [Man] Okay.
- Hey, could you do a
favor and hitch home?
- [Pam] Yeah.
But how are you gonna get the money?
- Don't you worry.
I'm gonna think of something.
(phone rings)
- Hello?
Oh no, I'm sorry, my alarm.
Oh, shit.
Treat me like shit when I'm there,
they treat me like shit
when I'm not there.
- Where are you?
- I work my ass off for a lousy check,
and the government takes half of it.
I can't even pay the rent.
- Hey, forget about it.
Come on back to bed.
- I've got a job to do.
- Only job you gotta do is on me.
Oh, come on.
You know what I mean.
- All I know is I want you
outta here when I get back.
(upbeat music)
- Ellie-Jo, Mr. Sherman wants to see you.
- Oh, for what?
- Come on, Ellie-Jo, you know about what.
He's hopping mad.
- Well, you can just tell Mr. Sherman
the next time he wakes me up
at nine o'clock in the morning,
I'm going to kick him right in the--
- Miss Turner, what were you saying?
- I was just telling Carol, sir, that
the next time that you have to wake me up
at nine o'clock in the morning,
I'm going to personally kick
myself right in the head.
- Please,
follow me.
- But you see, the buzzer on
my alarm, sir, is so faint,
I can't hear it if I--
- Lies won't work
with your record any longer.
- But my apartment is more
than a quarter mile away.
- We are terminating your
employment in this bank.
- What?
I am a hard working teller, Mr. Sherman.
- When you're here on time.
Your behavior stems from
a total lack of character,
and I'm referring to your
personal life as well.
To be quite frank, Miss Turner,
people don't like their hard-earned money
being handled by a--
- Shut up!
Now, I'd like everybody
just back up against that wall over there.
Go on, put your hands over your head.
All right now, I want you
to just keep them there.
Now, if anybody's even thinking about
triggering a silent alarm, or
I happen to hear any sirens,
I just want you to remember this:
I'm gonna have to light this short fuse.
Just stay calm and just
stay where you are.
I told you to stay right where you are.
Now, I want everybody to stay calm.
- Stop it, Carol, don't.
You heard what she said.
- You.
You go back to those drawers
and get the money out
and put it in a bag for me.
Well, come on.
- Don't do it.
- Don't you remember?
- That's an order.
- I have been fired.
(upbeat music)
- Hey you, get over here
with the rest of them,
and put your hands above your head.
All right, everybody just stay calm,
don't do anything foolish,
'cause I'm gonna be outta
here in just a few minutes.
- Well, don't just stand there, goddammit,
somebody call Andy,
and tell him to get over
here and stop that maniac.
(upbeat music)
Gone absolutely mad?
(people chatting)
(sirens blaring)
(horn honks)
(tellers yelling)
- Andy, Andy, where
the hell have you been?
(tellers yelling)
- Shut up, everybody.
(everyone yelling)
- Shut up!
Now, I wanna know--
(mellow music)
- [Pam] She'll be here, I know she will.
- [Pop] She ain't gonna be here,
and there ain't no way she gonna get it.
- Pop, I love you, but you're wrong.
- Hey, help her, Lover Boy.
(horn honks)
- Candy!
(squealing) Wow, Pop, we did it!
We did it!
Pop, we did it!
We did it, Pop! (laughing)
- Pam told me you busted out of prison,
but I weren't gonna believe it
till I seen you with my own two eyes.
- (giggling) Pop.
I got the money.
- You steal this?
- Why no.
I just walked into a
bank, and I withdrew it.
- How'd you do it, girl?
- With this.
- Now, what the hell do you
know about these thangs?
- Well, you see, they had
me doing roadwork in prison,
you know, blowing up
concrete and stuff like that.
So, I just figured I'd help myself,
and I pocketed a few.
- They sure did a good
job of reforming you.
- They could never change her.
- But Pop, I wish you
coulda been in that bank
when I walked in there with that stuff.
Boy, you shoulda seen
the look on their faces.
I wish you all had been there.
- I
never wanted you to do a thing like this,
but, in a crazy way, I'm proud.
Your Ma woulda been proud.
It makes
what's left of our family seem important
'cause we ain't ever gonna lose this place
we learned to love. (laughing)
- Oh, Pop.
(upbeat music)
- Freddie, you take Sam for me.
- Sure, where are you going?
- I'm hitting the road,
Freddie, no more Alpine.
Oh, and no dry food, it makes him barf.
- What the hell's got into you?
It's that robbery today, isn't it?
- Oh, come on, Freddie,
that's the most exciting thing
that ever happened in this town,
and I ain't waiting around
for it to happen again.
- [Freddie] Yeah, but
what are you gonna do?
- I don't know, Freddie,
but whatever it is,
I'm gonna have fun doing it.
- But just to leave?
I mean, you can't just leave.
You're heading for trouble.
(upbeat music)
- [Ellie-Jo] Hey, what the
hell you think you're doing?
- Now, why don't you just relax.
- Take your hands off me.
- I'm sorry.
- Okay.
- No, please, I'm sorry.
- Fine,
I'm getting out of the car.
- I'm sorry.
Miss, I promise I won't,
I won't touch you.
Please, I promise I won't touch you.
- You get out of that car,
and I'll break your neck.
- You take the back roads, Candy.
That way you'll have better chance
of keeping out of trouble.
- Right, Pop.
Listen, you stay out of trouble yourself.
(upbeat harmonica music)
- Hey, thanks for the ride.
I don't believe it.
- I thought it was you.
Well, come on, get in, close the door.
Well, come on.
Where you headed?
- I hadn't thought that far ahead yet.
- Well, I'll drop you off on the outskirts
of the next town, anyway.
- Boy, you sure pulled it off, didn't you?
Well I mean, I knew you were a
pro the minute you walked in.
- Hey, I gotta tell you something.
I never robbed a bank before in my life.
Listen, I'mma have to let you out here.
You can understand it's a little dangerous
for me to be driving into town.
- Look, uh,
I got an idea.
- What?
- Let's rob another bank.
- You gotta be kidding me.
- No, I'm not.
You and me, together.
We pulled off once already.
- (giggles) Shit.
Yeah, but come on, it
was a crazy thing to do.
- 'Course it was a crazy thing to do,
and you and I can do it again.
- With dynamite, I suppose?
- 'Course with dynamite.
Let's face it, the
money's just sitting there
begging for us to go in and get it.
Are you gonna turn an
offer like that down?
We make a great team.
I'm a quick learner, you
can teach me all you know,
and we can, uh, we can get rich.
I don't know about you,
but I'd give anything
to stand on the other side
of that teller's window
and take instead of give.
(gentle music)
- No one's stopping you here, partner.
(mellow music)
- [Teller] Thank you, sir.
- Good morning.
I'd like to withdraw
$20,000 from your vault,
and if you'd put it in my purse, and
do it without any fuss,
nobody's gonna get hurt.
- What is your account number, please?
- Well, I don't have
an account here, but--
- Good morning, ladies and
gentlemen, this is a hold-up.
Now if everybody just stay still,
nobody makes any trouble,
nobody's gonna get hurt.
'Cause if anybody does anything stupid,
I'm gonna be forced to
light this short fuse.
Now, get back, against the wall.
- I'd like to withdraw my withdrawal now.
- [Candy] All right, come on, get back.
You two, get over here, come on.
- I'm John Richford, the manager.
- Come on, get over here.
- Good.
Would you open the vault, please?
- I'm afraid that's impossible.
It's automatically sealed,
and won't be opened till
5:00 p.m. this evening.
- Blow it open.
- What?
- I said, blow it!
(upbeat music)
- Get outta here.
- Come on, get back in there.
Come on.
- Thank god it didn't go off.
- Ellie-Jo.
Come on, go.
(upbeat music)
(sirens blaring)
Stand still, and get back you two.
Ellie-Jo, come on.
Come on.
(upbeat music)
(people yelling)
- Candy, we blew it.
- Come, come on.
- [Crowd] Push!
- Come on!
- Where are we going?
- [Officer] Okay, get out.
(upbeat music)
- [Woman] Police, police!
Help, help!
(upbeat music)
- Oh, shit!
- Candy, Candy!
- Hold on!
(upbeat music)
- Oh, hold on, Ellie-Jo.
(upbeat music)
Where's that car coming from?
- [Ellie-Jo] Hit it.
("America the Beautiful")
(upbeat music)
- Whoo!
You gotta be kidding me.
- [Officer] Base 1, this is Car
2, we got that blue Mustang.
It's heading south outta town.
(mellow music)
- [Ellie-Jo] Oh, shit,
they're here again, Candy.
- [Candy] All right, let's go, come on.
(upbeat music)
- [Officer] Come on, Billy Lee,
let's go get us some putang.
- [Candy] Come on, get the other
stick, come on, get it lit.
- Shit, Candy, is this gonna work, man?
- I don't know, just light
it, and let's try it, come on.
- I'm lighting it, all right.
- When they come up close,
you nail 'em.
- I got it, I got it.
- Okay, keep it cool.
- Where'd you get that
honky dynamite, man?
Here they come, Candy, they're coming.
- [Candy] All right, just be cool.
- [Ellie-Jo] Oh, Candy, look at him man.
He's smiling.
Oh my god!
- Watch out, hold on!
- [Ellie-Jo] Look out, Candy, Candy!
Watch the road!
- Get outta my way!
- Make a right turn.
Goddamn smile on his face.
That bastard's gotta
goddamn smile on his face.
(Candy screaming)
- [Ellie-Jo] Come on, Candy!
Come on, Candy, go faster, go faster!
Get us outta here.
- Oh, here he comes.
- Oh shit!
- All right, come on, Candy.
- Come on, get that dynamite.
Come on, let's go.
- I got it, I got it!
- Whoa!
- Candy, this dynamite doesn't work.
What am I gonna do?
- Well, try another one.
Maybe it'll work.
- [Ellie-Jo] Which stick,
Candy, which stick?
Gimme a stick, gimme a stick that works.
- [Candy] Okay, come on now, light it.
Hurry up, I said light it.
Toss it.
- Made it!
- I know it's gone, come on.
Let's go again, come on.
(girls screaming)
(upbeat music)
- Gimme it, Ellie, come on!
Okay, it's in, go!
- [Ellie-Jo] I got it, I got it!
(girls screaming and laughing)
- That made my day.
- [Officer] Oh, shit! (screaming)
- [Candy] Whoo, boy, we stopped 'em.
Oh, boy.
She's the woman
The man
- [Ellie-Jo] How's dinner?
- Not bad, you should try some.
- Hey you know, I'm sorry.
- About what?
- About today, I mean,
it didn't go very well.
- No.
No, it didn't.
- We got nothing.
It's all my fault.
- Hey, what are you talking about?
If we're in this together, we
are in this together, right?
- Right.
- Listen.
You know, I gotta plan.
See, I figure,
you and me, if we keep heading
south, toward the border,
in a way, we can split the country.
But after we make a haul,
and I mean a really big haul.
- Okay, I'm game.
You gotta promise me one thing.
- What?
- You'll get dynamite that works.
(mellow music)
I don't think this is the place, Candy.
- What can I do for you?
- Hi.
We'd like to buy some dynamite.
- What for?
- Just a little strip mining work.
- You got a permit?
- Uh, no.
As a matter of fact,
that's kind of our problem,
'cause we don't.
- Well, I can't be of
much help to you then.
You gotta have a permit.
- What do you think, Candy?
- I think he's gorgeous.
Well, you see,
I was just kind of hoping that,
well, you know, maybe,
maybe you could just make an exception.
- What kind of exception?
- Whatever your price is, I can double it.
- What do you know about strip mining?
- Not much.
What'd you wanna know about it?
- Okay.
Yeah, well, stuff's over by the hill side.
Why don't we take your car.
- That'd be just fine.
Be right back.
- Have fun.
- Thanks.
- These have been kept real cool,
so, there's no danger of blowing.
How much would you like?
- The whole crate.
- (laughs) You know how to use this stuff?
- Basically.
- Well, that's gonna cost
you about a thousand bucks.
- And I can afford it.
Hold it.
Let's see.
- Don't trust me, huh?
- Oh, I'm not saying yes,
but I'm not saying no.
(mellow music)
- My name's Jake.
What's yours?
- Candy.
My partner's Ellie-Jo.
- Your partner?
What's your business?
- It's um, it's kind of hard to explain.
- I'll bet.
You girls got something going,
and I don't know what it is,
but I sure as hell am interested.
- If I told you, I don't
think you'd believe me.
- Try me.
- A little later, maybe,
you know, after I get to know
you just a little better.
(mellow music)
- (groaning) Now girl.
(mellow music)
Come on,
what are you girls into?
- We rob banks with dynamite.
- Come on, be serious.
- I told you you weren't gonna believe me
if I told you the truth now.
- [Jake] I didn't know you
were the bank-robbing type.
- Well, I am.
- Shit, you're serious, aren't you?
- You bet.
- Shit, I knew you didn't
know shit about strip mining.
- That's not quite fair
'cause I do know a little
bit about some things.
- Yeah.
(mellow music)
- Hey, Ellie-Jo, wake up.
- We get the dynamite?
- Yep.
Blow yourselves up a hundred times over.
- Just once will do the trick.
- You know, if you wanna look for gold,
why don't you look for it up
here in the hills with me.
- Why, didn't you hear?
It's all in the banks.
- Go out on that road, and
you're gonna be a sitting duck.
- Now I know you just want
me to stay here with you.
- You're gonna need this.
- No thanks.
- Just in case the dynamite doesn't work.
- Thanks, Jake.
(mellow music)
- Hey, when you make it big,
you send me a post card, okay?
(mellow music)
- Come on, let's get rich.
(mellow music)
All right, in exactly three
minutes, I'll make the call.
It's all up to you, now.
You knock 'em dead.
(mellow music)
- [Teller] Next.
Next please.
- I'd like to open a new account.
- I'll be with you in a minute.
- Well, it's very important
I see the president about it.
- No, no, I can help you with
it, but you just have to wait.
- Well, you don't understand.
The sum is very large,
and it's an inheritance.
You see, my parents left it to me.
- All right, all right.
Excuse me a moment.
I'll see what I can do.
Please, wait here.
- Call you back, Clem.
- Excuse me, sir,
this young lady insists on seeing you.
- And I must see you alone.
- It's about a new account.
- Well, we have--
- It's a personal issue, sir.
- Oh, why don't I...
Thank you, Miss Harris.
Now, what can I do for you?
- Well,
you don't know what a difficult
decision it's been to make.
I mean, it's been crazy.
But you do understand the
difficulty of my situation,
the craziness.
It's crazy, I admit, but.
(phone buzzes)
- Excuse me.
Scott speaking.
Who is this?
Excuse me a minute.
Ladies and gentlemen.
Ladies and gentlemen,
your attention please.
I have just received
word of a bomb threat.
I need your cooperation
in evacuating this building immediately.
Please file out of here quickly.
Thank you.
(people chatting)
- [Officer] Okay, stand clear.
- Excuse me, what's going on?
- Oh, it's a bomb scare.
- [Candy] Is everybody out?
- I hope so.
- Does anybody here work in the bank?
- I do.
- Well then, you must've seen my sister.
Blond hair, she's a bit shorter than I am,
wearing a green skirt.
- No, I'm sorry, I didn't.
- Yeah, I saw her in the bank.
- Well, did you see her leave?
- No, I didn't.
- Oh my god.
(upbeat music)
- Hi mister, you saw my sister.
A green skirt, blond hair.
- Oh yes, ma'am.
- Well, did you see her leave?
- No ma'am, she was in my office--
- I said, did you see her leave?
- No ma'am.
But, we made a check.
- Yep.
- She's gotta still be in there.
And you gotta get her outta there!
- Margaret!
- Hold on!
- That might not be the end of it, ma'am.
- She's still in there, I know it!
- She's not--
- I know it!
Oh, Margaret!
- [Mr. Scott] Now, hold up, ma'am.
- Look.
- Oh my god.
Oh my.
- Damn.
- [Ellie-Jo] When I heard
there was a bomb scare,
I just hit the floor, I just
hit the floor, and then,
it was too late.
- [Candy] There, there,
there, it's okay, come on.
- (crying) Oh, I was just doing
the deposits of mom and dad
had left us.
I tried to get to the president.
Well, that wasn't a good move.
- Ellie-Jo?
- Yeah?
- How did we do?
- Full vacation.
- Hot damn, girl.
(mellow music)
She's all right.
- Are you sure?
- [Candy] Yes, she's okay.
(mellow music)
(sirens blaring)
- This is 10-11-14, oh, shit, fellas.
I just got me a couple of
sweet young things here.
- [Dispatcher] Virgin says he
caught some tail on the road.
We got odds 10 to 1 that
you can't get one of them.
- I don't care if you
guys believe me or not,
I'm gonna get me some piece of ass.
- Well, howdy, officer.
- You ladies going a little fast today.
- Oh, why we weren't aware, sir.
- Ignorance is no excuse under the law.
- Oh, I swear I've heard
that someplace before.
- You ladies mind stepping
out a moment, please?
Driving under the influence of alcohol.
Intoxication is a steep fine.
Possibly, some time in jail.
But I
might be willing to make
an exception in this case.
- (giggles) You devil, you.
What's your name?
- Carl.
- Well,
you're on.
- Over here behind these bushes.
- Excuse me.
Come here, you bad boy.
- Oh my god.
Here, let me help you.
- Well.
- Well. (giggling)
- Okay, Carl, fun's over.
- Oh shit.
- [Ellie-Jo] What the
hell took you so long?
- Here.
- Hey, come on now, I didn't mean no harm.
Hey, that's no joke.
Oh my god!
Oh, don't do that!
Jesus Christ!
Hold on, girls.
- Bye Carl.
- Come on, don't do that!
Don't leave me here like this.
Hey, come on girls, come back here.
Hey, put this thing out.
Hey, come on back here.
Put this thing out.
Hey, you're not gonna do this to me!
God almighty!
Oh, Jesus.
Oh God!
(dynamite fizzles)
I'll be goddamned, those dirty bitches.
- [Waiter] Your morning papers, ladies.
- Terrific.
- Look at this, Candy,
they've got pictures of
us on the front page.
- Let me see.
Oh no.
They look awful.
I don't believe this.
- What?
- The two women tentatively
identified by police
as Candy Morgan, an escapee
from Texas State Women's Penitentiary,
and Ellie-Jo Turner,
an Alpine bank teller,
are also being sought in
connection with the murder
of a bank guard in Forney.
Police describe the
attractive blond twosome
as armed and dangerous.
When we haven't even broken even yet,
and they've nailed us as killers.
- That's crazy, man.
That's below the belt.
They're out to get us, Candy.
- I say we check out
of this place right now
and hit the bank in
Rolston before it closes.
Who knows, they might even
get better photographs of us.
Come on.
- I'm coming.
(mellow music)
Gobbly turkey, Candy,
look, no one's even around.
- Ellie-Jo,
that's 'cause it's closed.
- Closed?
Can't be closed.
How can you be closed?
It's only 2:30.
- 'Cause we crossed the damn timeline.
So, now what?
- I'm hungry.
(mellow music)
I'll meet you back here.
- You know, I just realized,
for someone who was starving to death,
you were a great help.
- Miss?
I'd like to see your bag.
- What the hell for?
- For this.
- Give me that.
- You're gonna have to come
along with me, young lady.
- Look, look, I'm sure there's
been a misunderstanding,
and I'm gonna straighten it out with you,
'cause I'm gonna pay you
for those right now, okay?
- I'm sorry, it's too late for that.
- Ah, well, I'm sorry, you see,
it's too late for us to
stick around here any longer.
All right, one false move from any of you
and this sucker's had it.
Okay, now that we've got your attention,
we'd like your money.
Well, come on, Ellie-Jo, let's go.
Let's go, come on.
- Excuse me, sir.
- We can get along real good.
All right, come Ellie, come on.
Ellie Jo, we got ourselves
a little petty thief.
Come on, Ellie-Jo, let's move it.
- [Ellie-Jo] I'm coming,
Candy, I'm coming.
- All right, Ellie-Jo, hit the
other one, come on, let's go.
Let's go.
Get out of her way.
Come on, be a sport.
Forget it, come on!
- This sucker won't work.
- Just forget it, Ellie-Jo,
come on, let's go.
- Got it.
- Mighty nice of you.
Mighty nice of you.
All right, you get my purse, come on.
Petty thief.
And I left you a little
something, C.K., come on.
All right, come on, come on, keep going.
- Oh my god.
- Go on, Ellie-Jo.
Open it, come on.
- Unbelievable.
- Get out of the way.
Get out.
Don't just stand there, call the police.
- Wow!
(upbeat music)
- [Grocer] Police, police, stop them!
- We've made a killing.
- How much?
- About 400 bucks.
- Whoo!
- Do you have to point it right at me?
- Look, you just be quiet, you hear?
- Ah, come on, Candy.
We coulda gotten this boy here killed.
- Don't you start this
sweet business with me,
now Ellie-Jo.
You know it was you who got
us into this stupid mess.
- Oh, come on, Candy.
We never have any fun, it's
always business, business.
- Well, all right.
But don't you do anything
funny, now, you hear?
(mellow music)
- Thanks.
- Well, I'm hungry.
- I have a pretzel.
- I'd like to know what
is so funny about that?
- Come on, Candy, let's
all have a good time.
- Where are you headed anyway?
- Anywhere.
- Well, then, I guess anywhere
is good enough for us, too.
(mellow music)
We'd like the Bridal Suite.
- It's taken.
- Well, how much is it?
- $85 a night.
- Oh.
Well, in that case.
Here's 200.
Now, let's see what you can do
about clearing out that room.
- I'll do my best.
- Yes sir.
- Tell the Cumberworth party
they'll have to move
out of the Bridal Suite.
Do it
pleasantly, of course.
- Sir?
The Cumberworth party,
they left this morning.
- It's no problem, then.
- I'll take you to your room, then.
Follow me.
Compliments of the house.
You have a fully equipped wet bar.
If you need anything, just push this.
This bed has an automatic vibrator with
three different speeds.
- Oh, I like that.
Let me see this thing.
You don't even need a quarter, huh?
- No.
- Start that thing up for me,
will ya?
- Okay.
- Ooh,
Come on over here, Slim, try this out.
Come here, now.
Come on.
Come on. (laughing)
- [Johnny] You also have
a color television set,
and a
stereo consul with
selected albums.
- Come on.
I think it's time for you to leave.
- Thank you.
- You're welcome, now.
Thanks a lot.
- I got it now, I got, ooh.
I got you.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
- [Candy] Thank god he's gone. (laughing)
(mellow music)
Love is good
To me
In a world of love
That makes me found
In a world of magic
It moves me around
It gives me all I need
Love is good
To me
Love is in
Your eyes
You can't deny it
With any disguise
It shines like stars
Through the darkest of skies
From sea to shining sea
Love is good
To me
Can you see your love
Can you see
It's all around you
Love is near your heart
You can't forget it
As hard as you try
You might pretend
Till the day that you die
But it's always there to see
Love is near your heart
You can't forget it
As hard as you try
You might pretend till
the day that you die
But it's always there to see
Love is good
For me
In a world of love
And it makes me found
In a world of magic,
It moves me around
It gives me all I see
(mellow music)
(phone buzzing)
- Room service.
Just a minute.
Johnny, it's for you.
- Who is it?
- Those nuts in the Bridal Suite.
- Hello?
Oh, yes.
Yes, I'll bring it up right away.
Thank you very much.
The lady wants a personal
bottle of champagne.
Room service.
(Ellie-Jo and Slim giggling)
Hello. (clears throat)
Room service.
Did you order this bottle of champagne?
- Did you order champagne?
- No.
- No?
- No.
- Um, Miss Morgan in the Bridal Suite?
- Oh, Miss Morgan.
- Oh, Miss Morgan is in there.
- In there?
- Go on.
(water running)
- Hi.
- You wanted a personal
bottle of champagne?
- I did.
Would you open it for me?
- Warm?
- It's just fine.
- Yeah.
I, um...
- This is my favorite part.
- No, I, I, it's fine.
It's all right.
One for you.
Excuse me.
- That's nice.
Why don't you let me help you
get out of those old wet things.
- Yep, yes.
There, I sipped it.
(Candy laughs)
Bum, ba dum bum, bum,
bum, bum, ba dum, bum
(Candy giggling)
- [Ellie-Jo] What do you
think's going on in there?
- Ah, leave them alone.
- Ah, that was mine.
Oh no!
(Johnny laughing)
- Leave 'em alone?
You gotta be kidding.
- [Johnny] Ooh, ooh, ooh, wake up.
(women laughing)
(water splashing)
- Whoo hoo!
- [Candy] There's room for one more.
- A toast, excuse me,
(Candy laughing)
- To the newlyweds.
(phone ringing)
- Hello?
- Miss Morgan.
- Yes.
- This is Robert Simon
at the front desk.
I see you ordered some champagne.
- Why yes, yes I did.
- [Robert] I was wonder if
it had been delivered yet.
- Yes, oh yes, most certainly.
- Ah, fine.
I thought there had been some mix up.
Thank you very much.
- Thank you.
- Jesus Christ, I gotta
get the hell outta here.
- [Woman] Now, he says
he wants to marry me
so he can claim me as a deduction.
(Johnny sighs)
I don't know.
Jen, Jen, ducky, what do you think?
- [Jen] I think that she, probably, just,
from the beginning of their relationship,
they've been making deals.
- [Woman] Now, I love the guy a lot,
but Kelly, if we do marry,
I want him to marry me
because he wants to,
not because he's gonna
get a refund from the IRS.
- [Kelly] Not a bad idea.
- [TV Announcer] We interrupt this program
to bring you this special news bulletin.
The identities of two women
who robbed the Rolston Market
have been now confirmed as
Ellie-Jo Turner and Candy Morgan,
known as the Dynamite Women.
Taken as a hostage during the robbery
was a Caucasian male described
wearing a white cowboy hat.
- Wait a minute.
- Y'all
be on the lookout for them.
- I knew it, it's them.
I knew it was that trash
the minute I looked at them.
(TV playing)
(Johnny knocking)
- Who is it?
- It's Johnny.
- [Candy] Johnny, what's the matter?
- The clerk is calling the cops.
Dude, get dressed.
Get out of here, come here, listen.
Where's your car?
Where's your car?
- Where's your boots?
- [Candy] It's down in the garage.
Get his boots, come on!
- Okay, okay, okay.
I'll, I'll get the car, hurry!
- [Slim] Need another shock!
- Where's the Bridal Suite.
- It's down there.
Hurry up, they're on this floor.
(door buzzing)
- Dammit, they made it
down the fire escape.
- [Ellie-Jo] Yee haw, what it is!
- I didn't know you
were the Dynamite Women.
This is incredible.
It's incredible.
Well, it's just a few extra
dollars I'm looking for, anyway,
and I'm one hell of a worker.
- What kind of work have you done?
- Oh hell, I've been everything.
I've been a bull rider,
dock worker, ship clerk, train conductor,
truck driver, you name it, I've done it.
- Sounds like to me you just
can't keep a steady job.
- No, that's not it.
I, uh, I just don't like
being tied down, that's all.
- Oh.
- Yeah, but this is different.
I, uh,
I see a future in this.
- What do you think, Candy?
- Well,
I don't see as we need a new partner.
- Well, what about a driver?
You two could pull off the jobs,
and I'll just keep my eyes on the road.
- Gee, I don't think we
need another driver, either.
- What about a hostage?
Can I make a deposit?
- Okay, honey, one fast
move, and he gets it.
This is a robbery, sweetheart, money.
Put the money in the bag.
That a girl, that a girl.
A little neater.
All right, please, let's go,
let's go, let's go, come on.
Here we go, here we go.
(women scream)
- All right, come on.
Come on, honey, this is a robbery.
- Hold it!
(gun fires)
(Slim screams)
(mellow music)
- Give them the money.
Give them the money, open your drawers.
Give him everything he wants.
Quick, quick!
- Thank you.
(mellow music)
Thank you.
That was perfect.
When she was robbed, did we fool her.
Ah, they don't know what hit 'em.
God, we must have a million dollars.
(upbeat music)
- Oh no.
- Howdy.
- [Bank Manager] Oh, no, come
on, once is enough, ladies.
- [Candy] Come on, now, you've
been through this before.
Come on.
- [Bank Manager] Oh, come on, ladies.
(gentle music)
- Well, what do you think?
- Where did you find this place?
- Oh, I just scouted around.
- And while you were scouting around,
did you happen to check out the prices?
- Would you stop worrying about the money?
- Would you two cut it out?
We came here to have a good time.
- Oh, don't mind me.
- Are you okay?
- Oh, honey, I'm fine.
It's my husband.
- What did he do?
- Well, he screwed it all up.
After I went and bought the
most gorgeous little mansion,
he goes and gets fired from his job.
- Oh, I'm,
I'm real sorry.
- Social climbing's for the birds.
I married a loser.
Oh hi, honey.
We were just talking about you.
- It's you.
It's you!
- Oh, shit!
(mellow music)
- You get them!
- Stop them!
- You get them right now!
- [Bank Manager] Stop them!
They're the bank robbers.
- Slim, come on.
- Move it.
- [Candy] Go!
(mellow music)
- I thought it would be nice
to go out--
- Dammit, now I knew
we shouldn't go into a place like that.
- Can't a person get a bite to eat?
- [Candy] All of fucking
Texas is after us.
I mean, we make one more
stupid move like that,
and we are all dead.
- Look, we just have to be
more careful, that's all.
- How was I supposed to know
that guy was gonna be there?
- That's not the point.
- Well, I don't know what the point is.
We can't go anywheres.
I might as well not exist.
- Slim, please.
- Well, this isn't what I came for.
- [Candy] Well, look,
nobody's making you stay.
- [Ellie-Jo] Can I sit with you?
- I used to sit like this
for hours when I was a kid.
Somebody told me they'd
go all the way to Mexico,
and I believed them.
We can't go on like this.
We're gonna get ourselves killed.
- [Ellie-Jo] Listen, Candy says
we'll just hide out for a week, Slim,
then we'll just make one last job.
- We got enough money, now.
I think it's time for us to quit.
I think it's time for both of us to quit.
- [Candy] Hey.
If we're gonna get to that
place, we better get going.
- I'm moving out.
- I'm staying.
- Hey.
(gentle music)
I just remembered,
I hate bus riding.
- Every month it gets higher and higher,
and it's just getting--
- Afternoon, folks.
- Howdy.
- My sisters and I would
like one of your nice,
quiet cabins for about a week.
We're just traveling through
and decided to take a rest
to kind of break up the trip.
- Let's see.
I got something for you.
Real secluded place,
but it's by the lake on the
other side of the mountain.
- That's it, that's perfect.
- [Mrs. Smith] $15 a
night, firewood's extra.
- There you are.
- Road will take you up.
- Thank you kindly.
Good day to you.
- Day.
- That boy looks familiar.
- Name's Stanley Perkins.
- No, it's not the name.
It's that face.
(mellow music)
(laughing and screaming)
- [Ellie-Jo] No, no, no.
- [Slim] You know.
(dramatic music)
(yelling and laughing)
- No, no, no, Slim.
No, no.
(Slim screams)
No, no, no, ah, Slim, please.
Be nice.
Be nice.
- You're no fun.
Let's go in the water.
Come on.
Let's go in the water.
- No, no, no.
- 80 yards.
- No, no, no, no, no.
- Then you'll have to go in the water.
- No Slim.
No, please!
Please. (laughing)
(dramatic music)
(Ellie-Jo laughing)
- Be so much more fun with you.
- I love you.
I love you, Slim.
- Freeze!
- (screaming) Oh god!
Oh God!
- No, come on!
Oh, come on!
- [Mrs. Smith] The hill,
they're up the hill.
- Come on!
(sirens blaring)
Come on, Ellie-Jo.
- Candy, I'm trying to sleep, hon.
- I know, but you been
sleeping now for three days.
- Another month, and I'll be just fine.
- See, we can't afford
this place one more day.
Look, we gotta rob just one more bank.
- Keep thinking, Candy,
you'll come up with something.
- We got no choice.
We're broke, Ellie-Jo.
- What about the Rolls?
- We can't sell our Rolls.
Just one more bank, huh?
The big haul.
Then we'll make our
escape, just you and me,
just like I said,
to Rio.
Sun kissed.
Look here, it says exact, and it's right.
(mellow music)
- [Teller] Can I help you, ma'am?
That's Spanish, okay.
If you just need me--
(speaking foreign language)
Okay, wait a minute.
We have a woman here who speaks Spanish.
- Uh, excuse me, ladies and gentlemen.
Good afternoon.
We are the Dynamite Women,
and we're here to rob you.
So, if you just hand over your money,
nobody's gonna get hurt.
So, let's go.
Come on.
- This is too easy.
- You're right.
(sirens blaring)
- [Officer] Hold your fire.
- Hands up, ladies, high above your heads.
Let's go.
- [Ellie-Jo] Take the gun, the gun!
(gun fires)
- [Officer] Oh, shit, come on.
(upbeat music)
- [Ellie-Jo] Come on, honey,
come on, get out of the car.
- You were crazy.
- Come on, now.
(upbeat music)
[Officer] Back to the cars.
(upbeat music)
- I was trying to park.
You should pay attention to the map
when I was trying--
- Are the keys in it?
- [Woman] Oh my god.
- [Man] You want me to call the doctor?
But wait.
Goddammit, you come back here.
(sirens blaring)
(upbeat music)
- [Candy] Make a right turn.
Route 12, make a right.
- [Ellie-Jo] Are you
sure it's to the border?
- [Candy] Of course I'm sure, dammit.
(upbeat music)
(horse neighs)
- It's okay.
No, leave it, leave it, leave it.
Bandages, please, get me some bandages.
(speaking foreign language)
Hold on, hold on.
(Candy grunting)
(speaking foreign language)
- Oh shit.
This is Mexico, this is Mexico, isn't it?
- No, no, seorita, no.
No Mexico.
We citizen USA.
- [Candy] Oh no, I don't
think I wanna hear this.
- No Mexico, no Mexico.
- And I thought you could drive.
- [Ellie-Jo] Well, who
was reading the map?
(speaking foreign language)
- [Candy] We should have
had this joker with us
for the ride.
- Okay, come on, come on.
(speaking foreign language)
- Ow!
- Hey, come on, will you?
- No, no!
- Come on, Candy.
- Look, just leave me, okay?
I can't, Ellie.
Look, you got a chance by yourself.
Don't you see?
- I don't see nothing but a loser.
- I got no choice.
- That's what losers say,
Candy, and they never make it.
- What are you talking about?
- Look, if we're in this
together, we're in this together.
- Right.
- Come on.
Come on.
- Right.
(dramatic music)
(horse neighs)
(dramatic music)
(upbeat music)
(mellow music)
(mellow music)