New Orleans

Synopsis: A gambling hall owner relocates from New Orleans to Chicago and entertains his patrons with hot jazz by Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Woody Herman, and others.
Genre: Music, Romance
Director(s): Arthur Lubin
Production: United Artists
 
IMDB:
6.8
APPROVED
Year:
1947
90 min
20 Views


New Orleans in the aftermath of

Hurricane Katrina.

Oh shit.

- Duffy split.

- Yeah.

Freaking Duffy. Duffy rolls out of

here...

...in a brand new Cadillac up the lot,

has the nerve to ask me to clean up his

fucking locker and save it for him.

Probably has dirty pictures of his wife.

I don't know what the f*ck is in here.

He does have dirty pictures of his wife.

Yes, he does.

Lucky man, her hooters.

You like that, huh?

Alright,

Here's what I'm gonna do.

I'm gonna keep 'em.

Now, I gotta answer to Duffy for that.

I'll answer to him.

It means that Duffy's been marked a bad

guy.

F*ck Duffy! Just f*ck him! F*ck all of

them!

Five copies of an arrest report.

The prisoner was transported. There

wouldn't still be 5 copies here.

Duffy might have left them downstairs.

What's his name? Chavez.

Let's go find him

Who's there?

That's strange 'coz the manifest says

the prisoners all evacuated.

- Anything is possible in this storm.

- Who's there?

I feel bad coming on. Should we open

the casino?

Please

Alright, up to his nose by 4 o'clock.

What took you so long, man?

Please.

Please what, Shit bird?

Get me the f*ck out of here, man. The

water's rising.

It rises for like three hours, man.

I'm not gonna be able to fucking stand

here, man.

I'm fucking drown, man. The water

doesn't stop, man.

It keeps rising and shit, man. Get me

the f*ck out of here.

There's fucking snakes and shit in this

water, bro.

- Get me out.

- Alright, twenty bucks.

...and the polaroid.

Says nothing happened before 5.

Twenty bucks. What the f*ck is that?

Let's make it worth our while, at least.

- A dime.

- I'm not betting any of those thousand dollars.

Get me the f*ck out of here, man.

The water keeps rising, man. Get me

the f*ck out of here!

Alright, 200 and the polaroids.

Please, motherfucker! Please!

Please what, Shit turd?

You gotta broke leg, Sir. Please get

me out of here.

Wait a minute. You want me to get wet

on account of you?

Hey, man. I got on Swiss cotton

underpants.

Yeah, that's right.

Cost me $ 55 a pair.

You think I wanna get all this brown

water and shit all over?

You got underwear that cost $ 55?

My girl gave it to me.

[Chavez praying]

Come on, we get the time.

- What are you doing?

- Hold this.

Aw, come on, man.

Let the fire department get him out.

What are you crazy?

He ain't worth it.

Come on, man.

You are crazy.

You okay, man?

You okay?

Well the good news, Terrence is, I'll

okay you to return to full duty.

The bad news is in an all likelihood,

you'll be experiencing moderate to

severe back pain.

How severe?

You wanna be taking something for it.

I'm gonna write you a prescription for

Vicodin.

For how long?

From now on.

No. For how long am I gonna get pain?

We're gonna try to manage this as long

as we can.

- You mean for the rest of my life?

- Probably.

But they're making advancements everyday, so...

just work with me on this, alright?

Now. When this runs out, call the

office.

Thank you for helping me honor our

fallen heroes today.

We will now move on to the awards and

promotions.

Among those being promoted to Lieutenant

today,

It gives me great pleasure,

to additionally award the "Distinguished

Service Cross"

...to Sergeant, now Lieutenant

"Terrence McDonagh"

In recognition of extreme valor in the

line of duty.

Congratulations, Lieutenant.

Six months later

There's 3 more.

You don't wanna look.

It's execution style.

What did you come up with?

Scale in the closet, bundle of glass in

envelopes.

I thought he went away?

He's out. Saw him the other day.

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Elliot Paul

Elliot Harold Paul (February 10, 1891 – April 7, 1958), was an American journalist and author. more…

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