CAST OF CHARACTERS
LAWMEN, VAUDEVILLIANS, etc.
"They told of the city, and sinister and poisonous
scarred with battles. They came from the far-away and
first day of their coming."
Hamlin Garland, Boy Life on the Prairie (1899)
out in flaming sheets. The year is 1916.
Blackie is not a worker.
Listen, if I ever seen a tit, this here's a tit.
fucking candy'd melt in your hand. Don't take brains. Just a
set of rocks. I told you this already.
Blackie, you told me it was going to snow in the
winter, I'd go out and bet against it. You know?
There is nothing, nothing in the world, dumber
than a dumb guinea.
Okay, all right, fine. Why should I be doing
favors for a guy that isn't doing me any favors? I must be
losing my grip.
I got to give it to you, though. Couple of guys
ever get laid?
Without a lot of talk, I mean? 'Cause I'm
something up for a couple of bucks. It's clean, and you know
what you're in for.
ANOTHER wears big suspenders.
Sam and Bill appear to know one another.
Hey, Billy, you made a mistake. You made
done. You made a mistake. Happens in the best of families.
rest he gets next week.
Listen, what happens if I don't do this?
I could do something, you know. You guys wanta
I haven't done anything.
Then you're all right, Billy.
Days of Heaven (1978)
Synopsis: Days of Heaven is a 1978 American romantic drama film written and directed by Terrence Malick and starring Richard Gere, Brooke Adams, Sam Shepard, and Linda Manz. Set in 1916, it tells the story of Bill and Abby, lovers who travel to the Texas Panhandle to harvest crops for a wealthy farmer. Bill encourages Abby to claim the fortune of the dying farmer by tricking him into a false marriage.