The Golden Door

Synopsis:
Genre: Drama
Year:
1951
89 min
84 Views


Everywhere I see your faces...

Everywhere you sing

your smile and...

Every time you're not around...

It doesn't matter,

'Cause you're everywhere to me...

Everyone you've ever known...

Counts on you...

Waits for you...

To come through...

Don't you know...

That you're gonna

break through?

And everywhere

you came and left...

You came in the name

of love and...

Left a wake of happiness

and tenderness...

And sweet conflict...

Sweet conflict...

You hang around...

You come on down...

You come on

down...

And it's on...

And on and on and on...

It's on...

It goes on...

You're everywhere...

Everywhere everywhere...

To me...

Everywhere everywhere...

Everywhere...

To me...

Calling...

Calling...

I'm calling your number...

Calling...

I'm calling your number...

Calling...

I'm calling your number...

Calling your number...

I'm calling your number...

Calling...

You're everywhere...

You're everywhere to me...

Everywhere to me...

Oops, sorry, Shaquan.

Again you go down.

Very easy for me.

That's very unfortunate.

Now got get me some Yoo-hoos

and some blunt wraps...

in honor of my victories.

I got next.

Nah, I don't play

no charity games.

What, are you afraid

of the Irish hand?

Look, dawg,

I don't play no octagons, all right?

There's no Geritols on the court.

I'll kick your ass, salsa boy.

Let's go, fat man.

I'll even give you first serve.

Here comes the lightning.

Are you ready, boy?

Listen, you fat b*tch,

don't call me boy.

It's very embarrassing.

You smell like moth balls.

- Serve it up.

- Bring it.

Serve it.

Come on, serve it.

That's what I'm doing.

You all right, pops?

Enough to kick your ass, Julio.

Paco.

My name is Paco.

Whatever.

You all right, pops?

(echoing)

Want to take it easy

for a second?

Serve 'em up.

Pops, you all right?

Yeah.

Hey, come on, come on, pops.

Cut it out. Get up.

Hey, pops?

Yo, call 911.

Somebody call the 911.

(people chattering)

(kettle whistling)

He loved the game.

I'm sure he's happy

he died on the court.

He never should have been

playing in this heat.

he shouldn't have been playing at all.

(sighs)

[Man]:
All right, quiet.

Come on, quiet.

All right, shut it!

Well, you'd better get out there

before your uncle breaks something.

[Man]:
I'm gonna say something

about my brother.

John always talked about

having a wake like this, you know,

where family and friends came

and got stinking drunk...

and told stupid stories

about him.

I already talked

to a lot of you,

so the stupid part's

all taken care of, I guess.

But I loved my brother.

He- he was a lot of things

to a lot of people.

He was a husband...

to his beautiful Gracie.

He was a father...

to Henry and Cate.

He was a boss

in his own business.

He's probably raising a pint

right now...

and challenging

the Lord Christ himself...

in that big handball court

in the sky.

[Man]:

Here here. Yeah.

To John.

[All]:
To John.

Is there someplace

you and Henry and I can talk?

Oh, sure.

Hey.

[Woman]:
Jesus, Colin.

Doesn't anybody knock?

Sorry, Sheila.

(toilet flushes)

Why are we in my room?

It's not important

where we are, Hank,

only that we're here together,

which leads me to

why we're here together.

You're the head

of this household now.

You are, Hank,

not me.

I can't be, because...

I'm the head

of another household...

my household.

I'm Charlie Doyle, Henry.

This is Charlie Doyle, Henry.

I'm sorry we had to meet

under these circumstances.

I am your father's attorney.

There are some important

decisions...

Mr. Doyle has some important things

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