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
 
IMDB:
5.8
R
Year:
1977
112 min
56 Views


Okay, let me

least to get ready.

Joan, what is this?

A woman called you.

Do not give me her name.

Said it was personal.

So saying?

Okay, come right to you.

Joan, do not need this.

Sheriff Pusser here.

- Luan?

- Yes.

Where are you?

Hell.

Okay.

One hour.

Pa.

- Joan?

- Yup?

Think we can rearrange another time to table?

Sure, they do it another time.

Okay.

- You wanna go home?

- No.

Extinguishing the light when you leave?

Yeah, sure.

And I apologize.

- Buford?

- Yup.

You look good.

You have not changed at all.

Yes I have changed.

Some extra pounds.

Let's go.

's Been a while.

- Are you surprised?

- Yup.

Are you happy?

You said not to come back.

But I'm back for good.

I just arrived this afternoon,

and are only passing.

- Where are you going?

- On the coast.

What?

Gulf.

Are you still...?

- Prostitute?

- Yup.

No. I'm in real estate.

- Are you kidding me?

- No.

You directed?

Yes.

I am very good at it.

That's great.

Good for you.

I knew you to be happy.

Oh yes.

- You want a drink?

- Yes, I would.

- How long will you stay?

- I do not know exactly.

Depends.

Even you did not?

For us?

Buford, I heard about your wife.

Sorry.

Yes, and me.

- Tell me something.

- What?

I was the best information you had?

Course you were. I guarantee.

And that criminals did not know what they crackpot.

I knew.

Can I tell you something that I've never told anyone

?

Course.

When I was...

What do I dislike the word.

Bitch.

I had a dream

that one day you will meet a man

you can only

call it mine.

And to love me,

to take care of me.

It's too early, Luan.

's Good about it.

Glad you like it.

- Come here, son.

- Sure.

Sit down, son.

Know, you complete

sheets from your income tax,

it's hard to see how you stand.

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