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O Brother Where Art Thou

Thu Aug 04, 2005 3:10 pm

Watched this movie last night, and I almost laughed my ass off! :lol:

This is the first time I've watched this film in it's entirety, and it's 105 minutes of pure fun with great country music to it! :lol:

Believe it or not; The music video of the Soggy Bottom Boys performing Man Of Constant Sorrow has been running on Norwegian TV all summer as part of the Country Jukebox programme, and it's hilarious! :lol: :lol: :lol:

So, if you don't have anything to do, or feel down and out:

Get this movie!

Satisfaction guaranteed! :wink:

Br
Kristian

Thu Aug 04, 2005 6:13 pm

I could not agree more!!

Tom

Thu Aug 04, 2005 10:57 pm

I'll also agree.....it's a great movie!!!!!!!

Thu Aug 04, 2005 11:17 pm

Watching this, I was struck by the fact it takes place in Mississippi - in 1935.
Right?

I thought there should've been a scene - in the grocery store - where Clooney overhears the Clerk speak to a darkhaired woman holding a baby.
Clerk says, "So Mrs. Presley, what'd you name the little fella?"
She says, "Elvis."

We see Clooney makes wry expression at that funny name.


:lol: - I really wish such a subtle bit had been in the film

Fri Aug 05, 2005 12:02 am

If you like Oh Brother...then try out the other movie made by the Coen Brothers the Big Lebowski. It is a scream!
Who on this earth doesn't want to be "the dude". lol

The Lady Killers and Raising Arizona are other good ones. They certaintly have a style.

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Fri Aug 05, 2005 12:34 am

O Brother is a great film. For those who loved the music you should visit Gatlinburg Tennessee. You'll hear authentic bluegrass music being played for free in the shopping mall courtyards.

Fri Aug 05, 2005 1:15 am

Love love love this movie!! Its an instant classic!! They do still make great movies!

JEFF d
Elvis fan

Fri Aug 05, 2005 8:48 am

Ok....you guys have convinced me!!

Fri Aug 05, 2005 2:24 pm

Graceland Gardener wrote:Watching this, I was struck by the fact it takes place in Mississippi - in 1935.
Right?

I thought there should've been a scene - in the grocery store - where Clooney overhears the Clerk speak to a darkhaired woman holding a baby.
Clerk says, "So Mrs. Presley, what'd you name the little fella?"
She says, "Elvis."

We see Clooney makes wry expression at that funny name.


:lol: - I really wish such a subtle bit had been in the film


That sure would've been a nice touch - agreed! :lol:

Br
Kristian

Fri Aug 05, 2005 4:00 pm

I love the look on Clooney when he is hit by the husband. Damn I may just have to rent/buy Oh Brother now.

To me the color of the movie sets it apart as well. There certaintly is an arguement to filming in black and white. Certain movies need "a look". That is why I am cold set against colorizing.

Fri Aug 05, 2005 10:33 pm

Memorable Quotes from
O Brother, Where Art Thou?

George Nelson: Cows! I hate cows worse than coppers!
[fires his Tommy gun at them]
Delmar O'Donnell: Oh, George... not the livestock.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: You ever been with a woman?
Delmar O'Donnell: I gotta get the family farm back before I start worrying about that.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: You two are just dumber than a bag of hammers.

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Pete: The Preacher said it absolved us.
Ulysses Everett McGill: For him, not for the law. I'm surprised at you, Pete, I gave you credit for more brains than Delmar.
Delmar O'Donnell: But they was witnesses that seen us redeemed.
Ulysses Everett McGill: That's not the issue Delmar. Even if that did put you square with the Lord, the State of Mississippi's a little more hard-nosed.

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[Repeated line]
Ulysses Everett McGill: Damn! We're in a tight spot!

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Ulysses Everett McGill: Me an' the old lady are gonna pick up the pieces and retie the knot, mixaphorically speaking.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: I'll tell you what I am - I'm the damn paterfamilias! You can't marry him!

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Pete: Wait a minute. Who elected you leader of this outfit?
Ulysses Everett McGill: Well Pete, I figured it should be the one with the capacity for abstract thought. But if that ain't the consensus view, then hell, let's put it to a vote.
Pete: Suits me. I'm voting for yours truly.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Well I'm voting for yours truly too.
[Everett and Pete look at Delmar for the deciding vote]
Delmar O'Donnell: Okay... I'm with you fellas.

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Pete: I've always wondered, what's the devil look like?
Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, there are all manner of lesser imps and demons, Pete, but the great Satan hisself is red and scaly with a bifurcated tail, and he carries a hay fork.
Tommy Johnson: Oh, no. No, sir. He's white, as white as you folks, with empty eyes and a big hollow voice. He likes to travel around with a mean old hound. That's right.

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Tommy Johnson: I had to be up at that there crossroads last midnight, to sell my soul to the devil.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, ain't it a small world, spiritually speaking. Pete and Delmar just been baptized and saved. I guess I'm the only one that remains unaffiliated.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: Why are you telling our gals that I was hit by a train?
Penny Wharvey McGill: Lots of respectable people have been hit by trains. Judge Hobbie over in Cookville was hit by a train. What was I gonna tell them, that you got sent to the penal farm and I divorced you from shame?
Ulysses Everett McGill: Uh, I take your point. But it does put me in a damn awkward position, vis-a-vis my progeny.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: Say, any of you boys smithies? Or, if not smithies per se, were you otherwise trained in the metallurgic arts before straitened circumstances forced you into a life of aimless wanderin'?

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Pete: You miserable little snake! You stole from my kin!
Ulysses Everett McGill: Who was fixin' to betray us.
Pete: You didn't know that at the time.
Ulysses Everett McGill: So I borrowed it until I did know.
Pete: That don't make no sense!
Ulysses Everett McGill: Pete, it's a fool that looks for logic in the chambers of the human heart.

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Penny Wharvey McGill: Vernon here's got a job. Vernon's got prospects. He's bona fide. What are you?

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Delmar O'Donnell: Them syreens did this to Pete. They loved him up and turned him into a horny toad.

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Pete: Since we been followin' your lead, we ain't got nothing but trouble.

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Pete: Well hell, it ain't square one! Ain't nobody gonna pick up three filthy, unshaved hitch-hikers, and one of them a know-it-all that can't keep his trap shut.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Pete, the personal rancor reflected in that remark I don't intend to dignify with comment. But I would like to address your general attitude of hopeless negativism. Consider the lilies of the deleted - see guidelines #2 field or... hell! Take at look at Delmar here as your paradigm of hope.
Delmar O'Donnell: Yeah, look at me.

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Pomade Vendor: I can get the part from Bristol. It'll take two weeks, here's your pomade.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Two weeks? That don't do me no good.
Pomade Vendor: Nearest Ford auto man's Bristol.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Hold on, I don't want this pomade. I want Dapper Dan.
Pomade Vendor: I don't carry Dapper Dan, I carry Fop.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, I don't want Fop, deleted - see guidelines #2 it! I'm a Dapper Dan man!
Pomade Vendor: Watch your language, young feller, this is a public market. Now if you want Dapper Dan, I can order it for you, have it in a couple of weeks.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, ain't this place a geographical oddity. Two weeks from everywhere!

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Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, it didn't look like a two-horse town, but try finding a decent hair jelly.

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Delmar O'Donnell: Friend? Some of your foldin' money is come unstowed.

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Delmar O'Donnell: I'm gonna visit those foreclosing son-of-a-guns at the Indianola Savings & Loan, slap that money on the barrelhead and buy back the family farm. You ain't no kind of man if you ain't got land.

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George Nelson: Jesus saves, George Nelson withdraws!

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Delmar O'Donnell: You work for the railroad, Grampa?
Blind Seer: I work for no man.
Delmar O'Donnell: Got a name, do you?
Blind Seer: I have no name.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, that right there may be the reason you've had difficulty findin' gainful employment. You see, in the mart of competitive commerce...

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Delmar O'Donnell: We thought you was a toad!
Pete: What?
Delmar O'Donnell: [leaning in, speaking slower] We thought you was a toad!

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Lund: Now, what can I do you for Mr. French?
French: How can I lay a hold of them Soggy Bottom Boys?
Lund: Soggy Bottom? I don't recitely recollect them.
French: They cut a record in here a few days ago, was an old-timey harmony thing with a guitar accom... accomp...
Lund: Oh myeah myeah myeah myeah I remember them. They was colored fellas I believe.
French: Uh huh.
Lund: Yessah, they're a fine bunch a boys. They sang in the yonder can and skeedadled.
French: Well that record is goin' through the goddamned roof. They playin' it as far away as Mobile.
Lund: Naw?
French: Whole damn state's goin' apey.
Lund: Well it was a powerful air.
French: Hot damn, we gotta find them boys and sign 'em to a big fat contract. Hells Bells, Mr. Lund, if we don't the goddamned competition will.
Lund: Ohhhh mercy yes we got to beat that competition.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: The treasure is still there boys, believe me.
Delmar O'Donnell: But how'd he know about the treasure?
Ulysses Everett McGill: I don't know Delmar. The blind are reputed to possess sensitivities compensating for their lack of sight, even to the point of developing paranormal psychic powers. Now, clearly seeing into the future would fall into neatly into that category; its not so surprising then that an organism deprived of its earthly vision...
Pete: He said we wouldn't get get it. He said we wouldn't get the treasure we seek on account of our ob-stac-les.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Well what the hell does he know, he's just an ignorant old man?

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Pete: Do not seek the treasure!

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Blind Seer: You seek a great fortune, you three who are now in chains. You will find a fortune, though it will not be the one you seek. But first... first you must travel a long and difficult road, a road fraught with peril. Mm-hmm. You shall see thangs, wonderful to tell. You shall see a... a cow... on the roof of a cotton house, ha. And, oh, so many startlements. I cannot tell you how long this road shall be, but fear not the obstacles in your path, for fate has vouchsafed your reward. Though the road may wind, yea, your hearts grow weary, still shall ye follow them, even unto your salvation.

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Homer Stokes: The color guard is colored!

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Washington Hogwallop: Mrs. Hogwallop up and R-U-N-N-O-F-T.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: I was not hit by a train. Damnit, I am the paterfamilias!

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Delmar O'Donnell: Gopher, Everett?

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Pappy O'Daniel: Shake a leg Junior! Thank God your mammy died givin' birth. If she'd have seen you, she'd have died o' shame.

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Delmar O'Donnell: They... took... his... heart!

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Ulysses Everett McGill: [Upon being startled awake] Mmmm. How's my hair?

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Ulysses Everett McGill: I detect, like me, you're endowed with the gift of gab.

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Big Dan Teague: Thank you boys for throwin' in that fricassee. I'm a man of large appetite, and even with lunch under my belt, I was feelin' a mite peckish.
Ulysses Everett McGill: It's our pleasure, Big Dan.

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Big Dan Teague: You don't say much my friend, but when you do it's to the point, and I salute you for it.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: I am the only daddy you got! I'm the damn paterfamilias!
Wharvey Gal: But you ain't bona fide!

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Ulysses Everett McGill: A woman is the most fiendish instrument of torture ever devised to bedevil the days of man.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: Tommy, what you ridin' there?
Tommy Johnson: Uh... Roll top desk!

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Delmar O'Donnell: where's the happy little tire swing?

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Washington Hogwallop: I slaughtered this horse last Tuesday. I think it's startin' to turn.

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Penny Wharvey McGill: The only good thing you ever did for the gals was get hit by that train!

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Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, you lying... unconstant... succubus!
Vernon T. Waldrip: Whoa, whoa, whoa! You can't swear at my fiancé!
Ulysses Everett McGill: Oh, yeah? Well, you can't marry my wife!

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Ulysses Everett McGill: I'm not sure that's Pete.
Delmar O'Donnell: Of course it's Pete! Look at him!... We gotta find some kind of wizard to change him back.

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Delmar O'Donnell: Care for some gopher?
Ulysses Everett McGill: No thank you, Delmar. One third of a gopher would only arouse my appetite without bedding it down.
Delmar O'Donnell: Oh, you can have the whole thing. Me and Pete already had one apiece. We ran across a whole... gopher village.

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Pete: My pa always said "Never trust a Hogwallop!"

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Pappy's Staff: The reason he's pullin' our pants down.
Pappy's Staff: Gonna paddle a little behind.
Pappy's Staff: Ain't gonna paddle it - gonna kick it, real hard.
Pappy's Staff: No, I believe he's gonna paddle it.
Pappy's Staff: I don't believe that's a proper characterization.
Pappy's Staff: Well, that's how I'd characterize it.
Pappy's Staff: I believe it's more of a kickin' sitcheyation.

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Pappy O'Daniel: I'll press your flesh, you dimwitted sumbitch! You don't tell your pappy how to court the electorate. We ain't one-at-a-timin' here. We're MASS communicating!

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[Discussing how to counter Homer Stokes' campaign for governor]
Junior O'Daniel: We could hire our own midget, even shorter than his.
Pappy O'Daniel: Wouldn't we look like a bunch of Johnny-come-latelies, bragging on our own midget, doesn't matter how stumpy.

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Pappy O'Daniel: Moral fibre? I invented moral fibre! Pappy O'Daniel was displaying rectitude and high-mindedness when that egghead you work for was still messing his drawers!

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Homer Stokes: These boys is not white! These boys is not white! Hell, they ain't even old timey!

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Homer Stokes: This band of mistreants, this very evening, interfered with a lynch mob in the performance of its duty.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, I guess hard times flush the chump. Everybody's lookin' for answers... Where the hell's he goin'?
[as Delmar runs out to be baptized]
Pete: Well, I'll be a son of a bitch. Delmar's been saved!

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Ulysses Everett McGill: You can't display a toad in a fine restaurant like this! Why, the good folks here would go right off the feed!
Delmar O'Donnell: I just don't think it's right keeping him under wraps like we's ashamed of him.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, if it is Pete, I am ashamed of him! Way I see it, he got what he deserved, fornicating with some whore of Babylon. These things don't happen for no reason, Delmar. It's obviously some kinda judgment on his character.
Delmar O'Donnell: Well, the two of us was fixin' to fornicate!

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Ulysses Everett McGill: Say, uh, Cousin Wash, I suppose it'd be the acme of foolishness to inquire if you had a hair net.

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Man with Bullhorn: All right, boys! It's the authorities! We got you surrounded! Just come on out and grabbin' air! And don't try nothing fancy! Your sityeachin is purty nigh hopeless!

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Ulysses Everett McGill: Pete's cousin turned us in for the bounty.
Pete: The hell you say! Wash is kin!
Washington Hogwallop: Sorry, Pete, I know we're kin, but they got this depression on. I got to do for me and mine.
Pete: I'm gonna kill you, Judas Iscariot Hogwallop!

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Ulysses Everett McGill: The old tactician has got a plan. For the transportation that is, I don't know how I'm gonna keep my coiffure in order.
Pete: How's this a plan? How we gonna get a car?
Ulysses Everett McGill: Sell that. I figure it can only have painful association for Wash.
Pete: [reading] "To Washington Bartholomew Hogwallop, from his loving Cora. Amor Fidel... is."
Ulysses Everett McGill: It was in his bureau. I figure it'll fetch us enough cash for a good used auto-voiture, and a little left over besides.

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[after the *FOUR* soggy bottom boys finish recording "I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow"]
Ulysses Everett McGill: Woo! Hot Damn, son I believe you did sell your soul to the devil.
Lund: Woooooooo-wee. Boy, that was a miiiighty fine a-pickin' and a-singin'. I'll tell you what, you come on in here and sign these papers here and I'm a gonna you ten dollars a piece.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Uh, okay sir. But Murt and Aloysius will have to sign Xes as only four of us can write.

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[as a noose is flung over Pete]
Sheriff Cooley: Stairway to heaven. We shall all meet by and by.

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[about to be hung]
Ulysses Everett McGill: It ain't the law!
Sheriff Cooley: The law? The law is a human institution.

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Pappy O'Daniel: Holey moley! These boys are a hit!
Junior O'Daniel: But Pappy, they's integrated!

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Homer Stokes: Is you is, or is you ain't, my constituency?

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George Nelson: I'm George Nelson, and I'm feeling ten feet tall!

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Ulysses Everett McGill: So you're against me now too? Is that how it is boys? The whole world, God almighty, and now you.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: What'd the devil give you for your soul, Tommy?
Tommy Johnson: Well, he taught me to play this here guitar real good.
Delmar O'Donnell: Oh son, for that you sold your everlasting soul?
Tommy Johnson: Well, I wasn't usin' it.

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Pete: Well I'll be a sonofabitch. Delmar's been saved.
Delmar O'Donnell: Well that's it, boys. I've been redeemed. The preacher's done warshed away all my sins and transgressions. It's the straight and narrow from here on out, and heaven everlasting's my reward.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Delmar, what are you talking about? We've got bigger fish to fry.
Delmar O'Donnell: The preacher says all my sins is warshed away, including that Piggly Wiggly I knocked over in Yazoo.
Ulysses Everett McGill: I thought you said you was innocent of those charges?
Delmar O'Donnell: Well I was lyin'. And the preacher says that that sin's been warshed away too. Neither God nor man's got nothin' on me now. C'mon in boys, the water is fine.

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Soggy Bottom Customer: Do you have the Soggy Bottom Boys performing "Man of Constant Sorrow"?
Record Store Clerk: No ma'am. We got a new shipment in yesterday. Sorry, but we just can't keep 'em on our shelves.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: Ain't you gonna introduce us, Pete?
Pete: I don't know their names. I seen 'em first!

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Big Dan Teague: So long boys. See you in the funny papers.

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Penny Wharvey McGill: I've spoken my piece and counted to three.
Ulysses Everett McGill: She counted to three. Goddamit! She counted to three. Sonofabitch!

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Pappy O'Daniel: Furthermore, in the second Pappy O'Daniel administration, these boys is gonna be my *brain* trust.
Delmar O'Donnell: What's that mean, Everett?

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Ulysses Everett McGill: I like the smell of my hair treatment; the pleasing odor is half the point.

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Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, as soon as we get ourselves cleaned up and we get a little smellum in our hair, why, we're gonna feel 100% better about ourselves and about life in general.

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Homer Stokes: Those boys desecrated a burning cross!

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Delmar O'Donnell: Hey mister! I don't mean to be tellin' tales out of school, but there's a feller in there that'll pay you ten dollars if you sing into his can.

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Big Dan Teague: I'm gonna propose you a proposition!

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Pete: You ruined my life!
[while being choked]
Ulysses Everett McGill: I do apologize about that Pete.

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Homer Stokes: [as Grand Kleagle at a KKK rally] Brothers! Oh, brothers! We have all gathered here, to preserve our hallowed culture and heritage! We aim to pull evil up by the root, before it chokes out the flower of our culture and heritage! And our women, let's not forget those ladies, y'all. Looking to us for protection! From darkies, from Jews, from papists, and from all those smart-ass folks say we come descended from monkeys!

Sun Aug 07, 2005 11:28 pm

I love this movie!! I like the scene when they go to record "into the can".

They have Tommy with them (who is black). The blind man says "we only record colored singers.

Ulysses Everett McGill: we are colored sir; all except our accomp, our accomp, our guitar picker. He was trying to say accompanist.


RKS

Mon Aug 08, 2005 5:40 pm

genesim wrote: Damn I may just have to rent/buy Oh Brother now.


Nah, just read Rob's post. :wink: The only thing he left out were the credits.

Tom

Tue Aug 09, 2005 9:47 am

I'm sorry, Tom. What were you saying?

Full Cast and Crew for
O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)


Directed by
Joel Coen
Ethan Coen (uncredited)

Writing credits
Homer (epic poem The Odyssey)


Ethan Coen (written by) &
Joel Coen (written by)


Cast (in credits order) verified as complete
George Clooney .... Everett
John Turturro .... Pete
Tim Blake Nelson .... Delmar
John Goodman .... Big Dan Teague
Holly Hunter .... Penny
Chris Thomas King .... Tommy Johnson
Charles Durning .... Pappy O'Daniel
Del Pentecost .... Junior O'Daniel
Michael Badalucco .... George Nelson
J.R. Horne .... Pappy's Staff
Brian Reddy .... Pappy's Staff
Wayne Duvall .... Homer Stokes
Ed Gale .... The Little Man
Ray McKinnon .... Vernon T. Waldrip
Daniel von Bargen .... Sheriff Cooley/The Devil (as Daniel Von Bargen)
Royce D. Applegate .... Man with Bullhorn
Frank Collison .... Wash Hogwallop
Quinn Gasaway .... Boy Hogwallop
Lee Weaver .... Blind Seer
Millford Fortenberry .... Pomade Vendor
Stephen Root .... Radio Station Man
John Locke .... Mr. French
Gillian Welch .... Soggy Bottom Customer
A. Ray Ratliff .... Record Store Clerk
Mia Tate .... Siren
Musetta Vander .... Siren
Christy Taylor .... Siren
April Hardcastle .... Waitress
Michael W. Finnell .... Interrogator
Georgia Rae Rainer .... Wharvey Gal
Marianna Breland .... Wharvey Gal
Lindsey Miller .... Wharvey Gal
Natalie Shedd .... Wharvey Gal
John McConnell .... Woolworths Manager
Issac Freeman .... Gravedigger
Wilson Waters Jr. .... Gravedigger
Robert Hamlett .... Gravedigger
Willard Cox .... Cox Family
Evelyn Cox .... Cox Family
Suzanne Cox .... Cox Family
Sidney Cox .... Cox Family
Buck White .... The Whites
Sharon White .... The Whites
Cheryl White .... The Whites
Ed Snodderly .... Village Idiot
David Holt .... Village Idiot
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jerry Douglas .... Dobro Player (uncredited)
Christopher Francis .... KKK Member (uncredited)
Geoffrey Gould .... Head of Mob (uncredited)
Nathaniel Lee Jr. .... Ice Boy on The Right (Straw Hat) (uncredited)

Tue Aug 09, 2005 3:53 pm

Have any of you guys seen the Big Lebowski???