Fury

Synopsis: Based on the story "Mob Rule" by Norman Krasna. Joe Wilson and Katherine Grant are in love, but he doesn't have enough money for them to get married. So Katherine moves across the country to make money. But things go disastrously wrong for Joe when he stops in a small town and is mistaken for a wanted murderer. Through the course of the movie, Fritz Lang shows us how a decent and once civilized man can become a ruthless and bitter man.
Director(s): Fritz Lang
Production: WARNER BROTHERS PICTURES
  Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 2 wins & 3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.9
Rotten Tomatoes:
100%
NOT RATED
Year:
1936
92 min
123 Views


Do him some good?

I'm glad Mom and Dad aren't here

to see the good you're doing yourself.

Can that Sunday-school talk.

Think I'm gonna ride to heaven

on 30 a week from a sweatshop?

Be a working stiff all my life,

like you?

- Times have changed.

- You bet times have changed.

The people are against

you monkeys now.

The people ain't doing so good either.

I don't know what's so hot about you.

Crazy in love with a swell gal

and can't make enough to get married.

- Leave Katherine out of it!

- Leave me out. Stop living my life.

I wouldn't live your life

for all the money in the world.

Okay, Reverend. Okay.

"Memento," darling. "Memento."

Soon.

Come in.

It's a special delivery

this time, Miss Grant.

- I hope nothing's happened.

- Oh, no.

They come faster than when I was a girl,

but I guess the insides don't change.

- He's coming, Mrs. Whipple!

- No.

Wedding, marriage license.

He's bought a car.

Look.

- Be sure and kiss Katherine for me.

- Happy landings, fella.

Don't let the Indians

get you out there.

You keep your chin clean.

Look after the kid.

You can trust me.

Rainbow, take care of Joe.

- Goodbye, boys.

- So long, Joe.

- Is there gas in it? Bye-bye.

- All right.

War and crime.

Strikes, taxes.

And some weenies for his dog

and an avocado for him.

They call them alligator pears back East,

cost a fortune. Think he'll like them?

He won't know what he's eating

for being with you again.

What time will I make lunch for?

I'm leaving for Sycamore Corners

by bus on the main road.

I wrote him to meet me there

at 11:
00 at that hot dog stand.

We'll be back by noon sure.

Golly, Mrs. Whipple,

I can hardly stand it.

Over a year now.

Stop your motor, buddy.

Get both hands up

on that wheel there.

What is this, a holdup?

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Bartlett Cormack

Edward Bartlett Cormack (March 19, 1898 - September 16, 1942) was an American actor, playwright, screenwriter, and producer best known for his 1927 Broadway play The Racket, and for working with Howard Hughes and Cecil B. DeMille on several films. more…

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