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
112 min

Walking Tall III

I had to take position


And you know what I did.

Until all men do not take positions for their beliefs

same misfortune can happen to you each of you!



Now is a year, right?

I bet Mike thinks about his girlfriend.

- Do not you, Mike?

- Come on Carl. Give me that.

Since his grandfather's say, Carl?

I said that's okay,

between us as adult men.


Have you ever thought about how I feel when I say an adult

, Grandpa?

If this chicken thing probably

want to tell you and I by name.

You could.

Stay 's your hair grow some white

and talk about it.


I bet the Lurner Jennie was given.

Talk of little Jennie Lurner,

they play last summer?

It's not small,

has some big tits.

- Dwan, to shame.

- But it's true.

Okay, Grandma, I apologize.

- It's not nice to talk like that.

- Thus says everyone these days.

- Pa tre` to go to school.

- Pa.

- See you soon, Buford.

- However, it is high.


Son to me about my father,


How do you tell me all the time?

Know that Dwan is right,

girl has some balconies...

jerk you are!

Today is one year old, Pauline.

If I had listened,

If you give up the post of sheriff,

today you were still alive.


Me and children

I painted the house a few weeks ago.

A nice out.

You always said to paint.

Children is doing well.

I miss you, baby.

Would you like how things go

here now.

We still have some problems from time to time.

But it's not like it was before, Pauline.

That's much better.

I have to go now.

Bye, baby.

We want to do it in a professional manner.

We do not speak up, Pusser.

Analyze your affirmations well.

We have no solid proof,

which to build the case.

John Witter was behind

ambush that killed my wife.

And I know it, you know it.

Think, serifs and trust us.

But we can not prove.

- No evidence, no witnesses.

- What do you mean, no witnesses?

What about Pinky Dobson and his girlfriend?

Pinky Dobson paralyzed.

Unable to testify.

Girl is scared to death, and he retracted

any previous statement.

There's no solid evidence.

I hear, sheriff?

Evidence to prove that Witter ordered ambush.

Your feelings for the deceased...


Sir, talking to my wife.

Your feelings for your wife...

Thank you.

I warn you to look at the problem from a proper perspective.


I want the fucking guy for first degree murder.

To stay away from him.

The day you shot Dobson,

Witter went to New York,

because he was frightened of what you could do it too.

And we are afraid of the same thing.

I warn you, Pusser.

This will be resolved in a lawful manner.

Legal manner, you've got it?

Yes, Brownard, I understand.

Thanks a lot, guys.

Wait, Pusser.

Come back here.

- Lloyd, I want to talk to you.

- Sure, Buford, what's wrong?

Just came from the FBI.

And Brownard

I only mumble nonsense about legal


I am not able to catch him on Witter.

Tre` to hear from you, Lloyd.

So it works?

You have said it correctly.

So go law today.

A work that way,

but there's something wrong with the law that shielded the guilty


and do not care about the innocent.

It's not fair.

I know it's not right, Buford,

but you must have patience.

I do not have patience, Lloyd.

I know that, Buford.

But to have to leave it alone.


John Witter make a mistake these days.

And you close it forever.

But they should do it,

not you.

Buford, I want to be your

more useful.

It's not your fault, Lloyd.

Thank you.

That's all, Mr. Witter?

Yes, that's all.

Thanks so much.

Pay attention to what I say.

Pusser will make a mistake sooner or later.

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