Final Chapter: Walking Tall

Synopsis: This is the story of Buford Pusser's final days, not only of his life but also as Sheriff. It seems that times are changing and the people of Pusser's town, who once adored him are now fearing him and feel like it's time to make a change. And there are also some officials who feel the same way and are using every means to get rid of Pusser.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Jack Starrett
Production: Bing Crosby Productions
112 min

I still have eyes and ears out there.


to tell me when something happens.

And then I was

settle accounts with him once and for all.

No, John.

Haste you again.

We do not have any game mechanic

any distillery or prostitutes remaining in McNairy County.

And caused us many problems

Pusser, do not want back there.

Get out of there,

and recognize that you won.

I leave my ass.

John, I decided that because all

dirt and...

unwanted advertising that we've brought

to transfer a quarter of your territories, some other gentlemen.

Do not have to support it.

Yes, I do.

Hard to believe, right?

It came out from prison two weeks ago


And coming back to the same pit,

the same boiler as the last time.

Since his wife learned

as bail,

fled with her lover.

A boy left.

Do you think you could go and slower?

- But it's hard, Dad.

- Tough on hell.

How do you do muscles?

You did that on purpose.

You act like a girl.

I bet you lean when you pee.

I did not.

Do not you answer me back to me.

Do not hear you, boy.

No, leave me alone.

That's it. I'll take care of O.Q.

- Teach you mind, boy.

- I hurt.

- Leave me alone.

- Mouth.

Get out of the water.

- Grady?

- Here.

- You got him?

- Yup.

What's your name, son?


Look, Robby.

I was often cut,

and do not want to be.

Leave me alone.

You must go to the station.

You know that, right?

Want to put that aside,

siren if we go back on while you want?


- How old are you, Robby?

- Do not say anything.

Know what to expect.

Do not worry about anything.

Only your dad to make.

See what I said.

Out of the car, O.Q.

Come on.

What the hell are you doing, Pusser?

Grady, me and O.Q.

We'll have a little chat.

I would appreciate it if you showed him

Robby, how to walk on the radio.

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