Mishief AKA "Su primera experiencia" (1985)
The shy Jonathan's luck with girls changes when he wins the rebellious Gene as a friend in his last year of highschool. Gene is adored by many girls and manages to teach Jonathan...
Director: Mel Damski
Writer: Noel Black
Stars: Doug McKeon, Catherine Mary Stewart, Kelly Preston.
Em 1956, em uma pequena cidade, o introvertido e desajeitado Jonathan (Doug McKeon) é amigo do extrovertido e inconformado Gene (Chris Nash), que já morou em Chicago. O principal objetivo de Jonathan é conquistar a sexy Marilyn (Kelly Preston), apesar da timidez dele, enquanto Gene pretende manter sua vida sentimental com Bunny (Catherine Mary Stewart), sua namorada. Gene aconselha Jonathan em como atrair as mulheres, e Marilyn em especial, sendo que também tem que se defender de Kenny (D.W. Brown), um valentão da classe, enquanto tenta criar uma linha divisória de relacionamento com seu pai viúvo, que tem tolerância zero para suas armações. Gene é adorado por várias garotas e ensina para Jonathan alguns lições, mas o próprio Gene enfrenta um problema, pois em virtude de seu pai ser pobre os pais de Bunny não o aceitam.
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Maybe we ought to see what she brought us.
Hold on, you son of a bitch!
Run with it!
Hey, it's not Walter, but he's related.
Oh, you ugly old son of a bitch!
I love you! I love you!
Get the net, boy. We're gonna have trout for dinner tonight.
Not the little one. The big one. It's in back of me.
That ain't no stupid sunfish. Oh, ho! Little baby.
Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Oh, lovely!
Get the net down underneath him.
Slowly bring him up.
Look at that beauty. Yes, sirree.
This is a trout.
A rainbow trout.
Good going, boy!
The clip Better than cruising chicks from On Golden Pond (1981) with Henry Fonda, Doug McKeon. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Let her out. Plenty of line.
How's your line? On the bottom?
If your line's floating, it's on the bottom!
That isn't doing you any good. Bring it up! Bring it up, for Christ's sake!
Hey, man, you don't have to yell at me.
Who do you think you are, anyway, Long John Silver?
Better than cruising chicks, isn't it?
I suppose not.
For God's sake! What the hell are you doin' here?
Brought your lunch.
How the hell did you find us?
Shh! You'll scare the fish.
Ethel, this is supposed to be a secret fishing place.
We don't need any lunch. We got more important things going on.
Don't be such an old poop.
Billy might get hungry.
The clip Afraid of dying from On Golden Pond (1981) with Doug McKeon, Henry Fonda. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Are you afraid of dying?
Are you afraid to die?
What the hell kind of question is that?
I was just wondering, that's all.
Well, I don't know why everybody...
has to talk about everything all the time.
Let's go home, boy.
Are you sure we're gonna be able to get out of here?
Course we can. Pull up the anchor.
Get up on deck.
All right, get back here.
I forgot you're a hotshot boat driver.
Here, you take the wheel and I'll navigate.
Yeah? Well, you know...
I'm not afraid to do this.
I know. Just take us real slow. Do what I tell ya.
The clip The Purgatory Cove from On Golden Pond (1981) with Henry Fonda, Doug McKeon. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
This is the only place we haven't looked for the stupid son of a bitch fish.
Might as well give it a try, huh?
They call this Purgatory Cove, boy.
See those rocks? They eat boats.
Do you know the way?
Of course I know the way.
Get up on the deck. Tell me where the rocks are.
Come on. Up there.
Here we go.
Okay, there's one coming up.
All right, another one on port.
Oh! There's one coming up right here.
Oh! Shit! The starboard. Starboard.
Okay, there's one. Port side.
All right, starboard. Over there.
The clip Going to the lake from On Golden Pond (1981) with Henry Fonda, Dabney Coleman. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Do you visit your parents?
No, sir. My parents both passed away.
Then you have a good excuse.
What? Am I not allowed to speak to our guests? Is that it?
They're afraid I'm going to embarrass them.
Well, I'm gonna go say hello to the lake. Anybody coming?
Me. I never seen anyone say hello to a lake before.
Mommy, you coming?
Yeah. Want to take the boat?
Boat? All right!
Bill, aren't you coming?
That's where the lake is. Coming, Norman?
No, I think I'll just sit here and enjoy the quiet.
I'll stay too.
The screen door's broken.
Really? Norman will fix it.
The clip Catching a dead loon from On Golden Pond (1981) with Doug McKeon, Henry Fonda. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Norman! Hey, Norman, look! Shit!
I got the mother! I got 'im!
Well, get the net, Norman!
Get it in gear, turkey!
I got 'im!
What the heck is that?
It's a dead loon, Norman.
The poor thing.
Oh, it smells too.
Here. Hold on.
Let it go.
Let it go.
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Okay, port. To the left.
God! Reverse! Full throttle, reverse!
Oh, God, Norman!
Oh, Norman, I'm sorry!
I'm gonna bring you over here.
Norman, grab on.
Grab on to the rock.
Grab on to the rock.
Grab it. Get up there.
Come on, now.
Hold on to the rock.
The clip The screen door is fixed! from On Golden Pond (1981) with Henry Fonda, Katharine Hepburn. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Here. I'll get the big net.
You two will be sorry.
The loons have been calling for rain all night long.
"Rain! Rain! Bring us the rain!"
That's what the loons said, huh?
Well, that's French, you know. It means "I'm coming."
I'll get la porte.
Oh! No, no. No.
I'm sorry, Ethel.
I don't believe it!
Yeah. Norman and I fixed the mother.
Ah! Oh, great!
The clip Billy takes the boat from On Golden Pond (1981) with Henry Fonda, Doug McKeon. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
How's my little petunia?
Hey, Norman? Norman?
Hey, Norm? Yeah, listen, I was wondering.
Can I take the Thayer IV for a little spin?
Aw, come on.
I know how to drive.
I think it would be all right.
Don't you, Norman?
Can you be careful?
Norman, what the hell are you doing?
Oh, come on.
It's really happened, hasn't it?
You have lost your marbles.
The clip The story of Norman and Ethel from On Golden Pond (1981) with Doug McKeon, Henry Fonda. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Norman, we've caught eight million fish.
Are you sure none of these is Walter?
Yep. Walter is humongous.
Those fish you got there are little mothers.
They're disgusting little mothers.
You got something against fish guts, boy?
Hey, Norman, can I ask you somethin'?
How did you get Ethel, anyway?
I sent away for her.
Two box tops from Quaker Oats.
Don't bullshit me, man.
I met Ethel when I was a principal...
and she was a substitute teacher.
She was the prettiest thing I'd ever seen...
so I told her she made my heart go pitter-pat.
She fell in love with me immediately.
Is that the way Norman got you?
Don't be silly.
He didn't get me at all. I won him in a contest. He was the booby prize.
Has he got you cleaning those stupid fish?
That's right. He cleans the stupid ones, and I clean the smart ones.
Fortunately, the smart ones are too smart to get caught.
That's why they're in schools.
Come on in, Norman.
Get me a fire going. It's going to be a bit nippy tonight.
You hear that, boy? Get a fire going.
Norman, for Pete's sake.
Billy doesn't have to do all your chores.
What's the point of having a dwarf if he doesn't do chores?
The clip Fishing for Trout from On Golden Pond (1981) with Doug McKeon, Henry Fonda. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
This is it?
This is it.
Give me your hook.
You got to be patient when you're fishing for trout, boy.
There's a trout living in this cove...
that weighs 10 pounds if he weighs an ounce.
First saw him three or four years ago.
Hooked him two years ago...
and again last year.
But he's a crafty old son of a bitch!
It's your last chance, Walter!
Called him Walter 'cause he reminds me of Ethel's brother.
'Cause he's fat and lazy and ugly!
Okay, throw her out.
The clip Diving on the lake from On Golden Pond (1981) with Henry Fonda, Doug McKeon. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Go up this time, not just back. Up and back.
Come on. Nothing to be afraid of.
Back flip's one of the easiest dives.
Oh, yeah? Then why don't you come and try it?
Norman, you stay right where you are.
All right. One, two, three!
Ouch! Good God!
That wasn't it.
Thanks for telling me.
Norman, we've got him for a whole month.
Don't kill him the first week.
The clip Going fishing from On Golden Pond (1981) with Henry Fonda, Doug McKeon. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Okay, Grandpa, do your stuff.
Hey, hey! Pretty slick, huh?
Look at this.
This was Chelsea's when she was about your age.
Caught some pretty respectable fish wearin' this.
Surprised you still kept it, if it's Chelsea's.
I might not stick around here.
I might just haul my ass...
out to Wyoming or Puerto Rico... one of those places.
Listen. I mean, I know I'm just being dumped here.
Which is like my middle name. You turkeys don't want me.
Bullshit. I'm 67 years older than you.
How do you know what I want?
We're going fishing now.
We want you to go along. If you want to come with us...
I suggest you get your ass down to the dock in two minutes.
Okay, Mrs. Turkey, let's go.
The clip Playing Parcheesi from On Golden Pond (1981) with Dabney Coleman, Doug McKeon. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Two threes. What does that mean?
It means doubles, which always means you get 14, ya see?
You just send me home and get 20 more, for God's sake.
All right, Dadders!
Excellent. You're a natural.
Startin' to regret teaching you this game.
Chels. Hey, Chels. Parcheesi pro.
Chelsea doesn't like playing games.
We don't know why. Probably doesn't like losing.
I tend to panic when the competition gets too intense.
What's that supposed to mean?
We play serious Parcheesi around here.
I let Norman win every week or so just to keep his spirits up.
Ah, ha, ha, ha.
What I'd like to know is why you enjoy playing games.
You seem to like beating people.
I wonder why.
You get another chance, Bill. Another roll of the dice.