Walking Tall Part II

Synopsis: Sheriff Buford Pusser continues his one-man war against moonshiners and a ruthless crime syndicate after the murder of his wife in late 1960's Tennessee.
Director(s): Earl Bellamy
Production: American International Pictures
 
IMDB:
6.2
PG
Year:
1975
109 min
6 Views

This film is inspired Buford Pusser

of his life,

author of himself eriful relative Pusser.

However, changes were made to avoid identification

or portrayal of people still alive.

I certify that the following statements are true.

Signed, Howard B. Kreitsek.

Author

Tennessee ERIFUL II

Grady! Obra!

Flies a lot of ideas here, more something like narii.

Even so? As such?

As a doctor of Buford, you can not see how it May

asked to reapply for the job.

He had the whole neck in plaster so long.

I have is talk that may need a erif

healthier.

- Can you, Grady.

- Thank you, but can not.

Only if I would pray

personal Buford.

But this is something that I would not ask

because this is a job that would like to finish

alone.

Want to zicei me that the world thinks Buford

no longer able to be erif?

Frankly speaking,

agree with them.

Only because God still lives

after ambush.

That Criminals or soon to become clogged.

I say that Buford's Point

to leave prolonged rest.

Carl, everyone knows that your son will not rest until

will not catch all.

I agree with Floyd, Carl.

I might as well speak

If you plant beans or cotton.

He said it quite clearly, Carl.

If Buford will run again

not some creature in eastern Tennessee's

that would scare him.

I know that he will not cancel that easy,

until those responsible for the ambush,

are not dead or in prison.

Imbecile.

Dobson Pinky's gate, sir.

See well where are you. Also

seeing that you bring someone with you.

's Just Ray Henry, sir.

Next time you do as I say, not

bring anyone here. Now come inside.

Right, sir.

Tell him he can expect here.

- Why?

- Stay here and waiting.

What the fuck your head, Pinky Dobson,

of that asshole bring him here?

You're not thinking at all?

I thought maybe you would like to speak and with him

, Mr. Witter.

Eventually, Ray Henry

was in it with me all the time.

Just

and gaca that you brought all the way from Boston,

making sure that Buford Pusser

will be settled once and for all.

Is not that what you said?

Jesus Christ,

know how many times I shot.

It's not natural for a man able to survive

after how many bullets I put into it.

Thi have chosen when

and his wife was in the car.

And you handled it so well, that the police

and the FBI in Tennessee

prowl around for a ispitor Thapa.

You can not blame me

for that, sir.

I can not?

Listen to me, Dobson.

And listen well.

Bastard that wherever

hid him, recovering himself,

If i show again face in McNairy County,

you better find yourself

any way for him to have an accident.

Or i say, Pinky Dobson,

That's not enough room for you to drink

industry Poth work in Tennessee

Once me and my partners

a say.

- Do you understand?

- I understand, Mr. Witter.

I know exactly what you want, and me and Ray Henry

want to do exactly that.

Good.

Old man Witter has ice instead of blood, that it have your say.

When i look at "that"

know that serious talk.

What does that do?

To arrange it on Pusser,

Once out of hiding.

It wants, and this time,

to be and forever.

Can do that.

Thing is that because of the attention federal

must seem like an accident.

And how?

I'll think of something.

I bet that yes, Pinky.

I bet you do.

Thank you, Mr. erif. Sorry,

that I have their pictures. But I have.

- erifului mother, and children are here.

- You just leave.

You keep abreast, Mr. erif.

- Hi, Daddy.

- Hi, Mom. Dude.

I see you have your helmet

took on the head.

I do better with each passing day.

Carl said... You have to ask you something, son.

Asks mother.

What about the elections?

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