The Making of 'The Goonies'

Synopsis: TV documentary about the making of 'The Goonies'.
7 min

If it's any help to you, I'd be glad

to communicate with Rosalita.

You're a lifesaver, Clark.

Come with us, will you?

Certainly, Mrs. Walsh.

Mikey, no more potato chips.

Hello, Mikey.

It's Brand, Ma.


I wonder if she'll notice.

That's what I said!

Of course. She notices everything.

Pants and shirts are in the second.

Just throw them all into boxes.

Forget the suitcases.

Can you translate that?

- Certainly, Mrs. Walsh.

- That's wonderful.

Look. How's that?

You idiot!

You glued it on upside down!

If God meant it that way,

you'd be pissing in your faces.

Looks fine to me.

Rosalita, this is the attic.

Mr. Walsh doesn't like anyone up here.

That's why it's always open.

This is my supply closet. You'll

find brooms, dustpans, insect spray.

I'd like the house clean

when they tear it down.

Clark, can you translate?

Okay, Rosie? You're gonna be

very happy here.

Come on, Clark, we've got more to do.

You're so fluent in languages.

You're so fluent in Spanish.

That was so nice of you.

"Nice" is my middle name.

I'm taking Rosalita

to the supermarket.

I'll be back in about an hour.

Mikey, stay inside. Brand, if he has

asthma, I don't want him in the rain.

He should be in a plastic bubble.

I'm serious. That's not funny.

He takes one step outside, and you

are in absolutely the deepest...

Shit, Ma.

I don't like that language,

but that's what you'll be in.

- And you, Data...

- "Data."

- Use the back door from now on.

- All right.

What is that?

Oh, shit. What?

What is that?

That is a mess.

I want it cleaned up, boys.

- Oh, yeah. Sure!

- You got it.

One hour and I'll be back.

Bye, baby. Rosie?

- Bye, Mrs. Walsh.

- Bye.

You want a breathing problem?

You got one.

What'll happen to the stuff

in the attic?

My dad's giving it back

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