Cheech and Chong's The Corsican Brothers

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Year:
1984
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I'm going to the market.

But now, you boys be good!

-Yes, Nanny.

-Yes, Nanny.

I'm sorry, I'm sorry,

I'm sorry!

You donkey!

Come on.

Shut up.

We gotta think of a story.

A dragon came by.

A dragon came by, and he

breathed on the house...

And caught it on fire!

And it caught on it fire!

And then we killed it.

We were gonna kill it!

Yeah, we were gonna kill it...

But then it flew away.

It flew away!

And then we killed it!

And then we killed it!

And we were putting out

the fire...

We were gonna put out

the fire, and...

And the gypsies stole us!

Yeah, just before we...

put out the fire,

the gypsies stole us!

And then they...

and then they took us

across the river.

Yeah, and they killed us.

No, they were gonna kill us.

They were gonna kill us!

They tied us up

with a golden chain.

But then we killed them!

With a guitar.

We killed them all!

'Cause they were gonna come home

and kill everybody at home.

They'll believe that!

Let's go home.

-What?

-Where you going?

-I'm goin' home.

-Home is this way.

Home's this way!

Hey, you're stupid!

Home's this way!

Hey, you're cuckoo!

It's that way!

-Afraid not!

-'Fraid so!

Well, I'm goin' home!

Home's that way, stupid!

I'll be there before you.

You're gonna get lost.

'Fraid not.

Wait and see!

La cucaracha

La cucaracha

Ya no quero cominar

This looks like the place.

Hello?

Anybody home?

Nanny?

Hello?

Where's everybody?

Hello?

All right, one move

and you're dead!

Who are you and what are

you doing here?

I came home.

I used to live here

with my brother.

You're lying.

I used to live here

with my brother.

Lucien!

It's me, Luis!

Don't you recognize me?

I'm your brother Luis!

You're lying.

My brother wasn't Mexican.

Look, it's me!

Louie!

Lucien!

Where did you go?

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