turn and stare as the two men head for the main building.
INT. PRISON CORRIDOR
the length of the room.
floridly handsome and a bit overweight, his red hair is
Another table has been set up; this one near the seated
then begins to speak.
request Carter "Doc" McCoy... is legal
watching... taking it all in.
AT THE TABLE:
Carter McCoy, one to five years sentence
Mr. Chairman. They no longer seek Mr.
McCoy in connection with that case.
(adjusting his papers)
That is correct. Very well. Mr. McCoy has
served four years of his sentence. Prison
record satisfactory. Applied for parole
on September 5th of this year...
committee's attention to Mr. McCoy's
satisfactory behavior as a prisoner.
Notice is taken.
week... have you reached a decision
regarding Mr. McCoy's request for parole?
His face is taut.
AT THE TABLE:
(seated near Beynon)
Request for parole is denied. The
prisoner may re-apply in one calendar
lowers his eyes, then looks up at his
begins stuffing them into his briefcase.
The Getaway (1972)
Synopsis: The Getaway is a 1972 American neo-noir action crime film based on the novel of the same name by Jim Thompson. The film was directed by Sam Peckinpah from an adapted screenplay by Walter Hill, and stars Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw. The film centers on two outlaws Carter "Doc" McCoy and his wife Carol McCoy on the run due to a successful yet complicated bank heist organized by crooked businessman Jack Beynon. The cast also features Ben Johnson, Al Lettieri, Sally Struthers, Jack Dodson, and Slim Pickens. The film marks the second collaboration between McQueen and Peckinpah after Junior Bonner also released the same year.