Aloha, Bobby and Rose

Synopsis: Bobby and Rose, two youngsters who are in love, have to run away from home when they are falsely accused to have committed a robbery and an assassination.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Floyd Mutrux
Production: Columbia Pictures
 
IMDB:
6.2
PG
Year:
1975
88 min
7 Views

From the big

band years of the '40s,

Artie Shaw and Begin the Beguine.

Oh honey you should've

seen Hollywood in the '40s.

Things were more romantic then.

Everybody needs a big moment.

But you gotta be on the

lookout for 'em honey,

because they don't come along every day.

I think mine happened way back,

before I met your father.

I was working at Sears, Roebuck Company.

And I just quit my job and

took off,, yeah!

Oh god.

He was real good-lookin',

oh he was good-lookin'.

Half-French and half-Latin.

He had big hands.

Anyway.

It was one of those hot summer nights

and we took a long ride out to the beach,

and drank some beer.

And we came back over Mulholland Drive.

At that time you could see the valley,

and the whole rest of the world.

We just parked and stared at it.

Lotta orange trees, I remember now.

Oh yeah, the good ones don't

come along every day,

but when they do...

Hey Moxey, can you break it?

Nah man, I'm flat.

You got your key to the car?

Yeah.

Hey, that's a good game man.

Want to play another one?

Listen, rack it up again will ya?

We'll double it this time.

No, I got people waiting.

- Oh yeah, well.

- You got the bread?

Yeah.

You know what?

I think I must've dropped

my wallet or something.

No really, really, I'm being honest.

Man,

don't tell me you came all the way downtown

with no bread man.

Well I'll give you 20 now tonight,

and you get to keep the pink slip for my car.

And tomorrow night I'll come

back with the other 80,

and we'll play some more.

That's how they play uptown man, markers.

Hey hey hey it's not a

marker, that's my car man.

Man I got a car, I want the bread.

The bread!

That's weak baby, weak.

Just stay there, sit down baby.

That's the interest.

You got 24 hours to give me the bread.

Tomorrow night, 12 o'clock huh?

OK my friend?

Jesus, that burrito

really smacked you a good one.

Yeah well they can shoot pool too, man.

Let's get outta here.

Now coming to the starting line

we have Bobby Eckert and Long John Henderson.

Are you splitting?

Hey look you watch out for those guys huh?

Ah man, hey it's

all right I'll pay 'em.

- OK man.

- All right.

I'll see you at Bennie's huh?

Yeah man.

This is Russ

O'Hungry KKDJ, the big 102.7.

Brand new day, and we are gonna make it.

- What's going on with you?

- Oh not much.

I'm on my way to work I just

came by to ask you a favor.

Well good I'm glad you dropped by.

Yeah, see I need to

borrow some money and uh...

- Hey Charlie?

- How about it, yeah?

You got that number,

there's something wrong with that man.

- Wait a minute.

- Here's your coffee.

I got the damn thing here somewhere.

Here there it is, you want a little?

No thanks, I mean I do,

but I gotta go to work.

I need to borrow some

money and I thought well,

Charlie you know...

Ah it's all right, tell,

what's old Charlie for?

75 bucks?

Yeah, but I'll tell you what

I'm a little bit light today.

Now you come back Saturday I'll take a draw

and I'll get it for you.

Why don't you buy you a new t-shirt with it.

Come on Charlie, you know

this is my favorite shirt.

Charlie, that number is disconnected.

- What?

- It's disconnected!

Let him have a damn call,

try it again Sam will ya?

When are you gonna give all of this up

and go start writing some poetry?

Will you go?

When are you gonna get you a new t-shirt,

you look like a ragged-ass bill!

Let me tell you something boy.

You ain't running around with

trash or anything are you?

- No.

- Now are you sure?

- No no yeah.

- Boy I love you.

You know that, you're an

Eckert, you remember that now,

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Floyd Mutrux

Floyd Mutrux (born June 21, 1941) is an American stage and film director, writer, producer, and screenwriter. more…

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