The clip charlie encouraging frank in bed from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Al Pacino
Do you see what I see?
Yeah. Either there's something wrong,
or we got the world's worst hangover.
Won't you come in?
We hear you got a picture of the bank robbery.
Colonel, you all right?
What is it?
It's after noon.
You've been sleeping all morning.
I don't know. I thought...
I talked to George last night.
His father's a big-deal alumnus at school. He's got a lot of pull.
Yeah, he's gonna talk to the headmaster.
George thinks he might be able to get us off the hook.
"Get us off the hook. "
Yeah, that's what he said.
Watch the "us" part.
Colonel, don't you wanna get up and do something?
Charlie, what do you want?
The clip charlie encouraging frank in bed Part 2 from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Al Pacino
I don't know,
but you're making me nervous.
My wallet is on the dresser.
Take out your plane ticket
and $400 mustering-out pay, plus
Colonel, it's no rush. I mean, I can...
I could stay for a while.
Charlie, you already gave me a day.
And for that day, I am eternally grateful.
But right now I have other plans.
What other plans do you have?
To die, son.
Come on, Colonel, you're not gonna die today.
Charlie, give me your hand.
The clip charlie encouraging frank in bed Part 3 from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell
You go now, boy. Okay?
You go. Just...
Just leave me sleep here.
Look... Can we start over, please?
What do you feel like doin' today, huh?
Look at this. The sun is shining!
It's a beautiful day. Let's...
Colonel, I know you don't want to be a party poop,
so let's go out and do something.
Let's go for a ride.
Yeah, a ride.
Yeah, Colonel Slade, what do you say?
Let's go for a ride, huh?
What kind of ride?
Yeah, this is a valid Oregon driver's license,
The clip taking ferrari for test drive from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Al Pacino
See? This is fun, isn't it?
Drop her into neutral. Slide her into second.
Pop the clutch.
Straight. Hold it right like that.
Feel it? That's straight.
It's a straight street, so keep it straight.
Keep it straight.
No fun just to keep it straight.
You've got to move a little bit, feel the road.
Please? Just like this. All right? There you go.
Take it nice and easy.
Do you like this?
Slow it down a little, Colonel. You're goin' a little fast.
Colonel, slow it down.
Something's happened to my foot!
Slow it down, please.
Hold on. I think I've got another gear.
The clip taking ferrari for test drive Part 2 from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Al Pacino
You'll get us killed!
Don't blame me, Charlie, I can't see!
Colonel, slow it down!
Now let's see how this baby corners.
Yeah. Say when.
Say when what?
Say when to turn.
Colonel, you can't turn the car.
Where's the turn, Charlie?
3 o'clock? 2 o'clock? Right oblique? Right face?
Come on! Talk to me!
It's left, I guess.
Left. I knew it. Okay. Now?
No, no! Not now! Not now!
I'm gonna do it anyway, all right?
Whether you say so or not, here we go!
Okay! Wait, wait, wait! Just wait!
Here I go.
I did it! Charlie!
You're ridin' with one very happy man!
Be specific, son.
I love this! I love it!
Shall we take it to the max?
Let me out.
Shit! The yellow flag.
I haven't even opened her up yet. Which way's the curb?
Pull over. Slow down! Slow down.
I'm doin' it.
Pull over to the curb, here. Slow down.
Yep. Got it.
The clip talking to ferrari salesman from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Al Pacino
and we let appropriate customers test-drive the Testarossa.
But you're 17, with a blind companion. That we don't do.
This is a $100,000 piece of machinery.
I'm not letting it out this door.
How about this one over here?
That's a Cabriolet T. The same deal.
You think I'll let an unaccompanied kid get in a $110,000 car?
He will not be unaccompanied.
I'll be with him. I'm his father.
You're his father?
I have an idea. Why don't I take your father for a test drive?
What's your quota, Freddie?
Don't worry about my quota. I do well.
How many Ferraris you sold this month?
That's not relevant to this discussion.
Freddie, the '�Os are over.
Are you tryin' to tell me these things are walkin' outta the store?
This is a Ferrari, sir, the finest machinery made in the automobile industry.
If you like it that much, why don't you sleep with it? Why are you sellin' it?
I'd love to accommodate you...
If this car performs the way I expect it to,
you will get a check of $101,000, and change,
when you come in here tomorrow morning.
It's $100,000, plus $050, plus tax.
Freddie, for you
107 all in,
plus a case of champagne to go with your leftover turkey.
What do you say? Don't worry about the boy.
He drives so smooth, you can boil an egg on the engine.
When we bring the car back, I'll peel the egg for ya.
Listen, you made me laugh, but I can't let the car go out.
Want a deposit?
This is not an installment item, sir.
Freddie, you're no spring chicken.
You know what they call me at the home office? "The Grey Ghost. "
You know why they still keep me around?
The clip talking to ferrari salesman Part 2 from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino
There's no kid here that can move a Ferrari like I can.
I'm known from coast to coast like butter and toast.
Ask anybody about Freddie Bisco.
When I get a Ferrari...
Out the door!
You just made me laugh, Freddie.
Unless you take it, you're gonna make me cry.
I'm a grey ghost, too.
The clip pulled over by cop from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell
Haven't had a ticket in years.
I'll do the talking.
License and registration.
Are you test-driving this baby?
Don't she purr, though?
At 70 miles an hour?
You should hear her at 125.
Where's your license?
At the dealer's.
They give it back when you return the car.
You got ID?
Lieutenant Colonel Slade.
And you, soldier?
The name is Police Officer Gore.
Doin' a hell of a job, Gore.
And so are you, Colonel.
Who's the kid?
My boy Charlie.
He kept tellin' me to "let her out. "
What was I gonna do, disappoint him?
Tell you what I'm gonna do, Colonel.
I'm gonna let you go, on one condition.
That you take this rig straight back to the dealer.
You got it.
You want this?
Your face and your voice are familiar.
The clip pulled over by cop Part 2 from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell
You ever been in the officer's club at Da Nang?
Never in the Army?
No. Coast Guard.
Your dad is looking good, Charlie.
He's got a heavy foot, though. Tell him to take it light, all right?
I hear ya! All right.
Get out of the car, because you are not driving anymore.
Just keeping this baby warm, that's all.
I'm not drivin' anymore.
Take my arm. I'm okay.
Colonel, it's really bumpy here.
You all right?
The clip frank acting crazy in street from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Al Pacino
Red light. Hold it.
Taking too long.
Shit! Colonel! Colonel!
Shit! You all right?
What the hell are you doing?
Take the cane.
I gotta take a piss.
Take the cane.
Happens to the best of us.
We're on Park Avenue. You can't.
You'll get arrested.
Never been housebroken.
What's the matter with you, Colonel?
What are you doing? Stand up.
I'm tired, Charlie. I'm tired.
Give me your arm.
Here's your cane.
Take me back to the hotel, son.
The clip being sent out of the room from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell
Home at last.
You all right now?
Do you want to use the bathroom?
Can I get you something?
You sure you're all right?
I'm fine, Charlie.
Do you mind if I use the phone?
Hi, is George there, please?
Senior or Junior?
A friend of his from school.
Sorry, but George isn't going to be talking to any friends from school right now.
The clip being sent out of the room Part 2 from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Al Pacino
Colonel, are you looking at me?
I'm blind, Charlie.
I'm gonna take a nap.
Too much fresh air.
It's probably a good idea.
Want me to help you to your room?
I like this couch here.
You sure you're all right, Colonel?
I got a headache.
Why don't you go downstairs, get me some aspirin?
Some aspirin. Yeah. Also...
I feel like a cigar.
Get me a couple of Montecristos Number One.
Montecristos Number One.
You won't be able to get 'em at the newsstand downstairs.
So why don't you go over to
50th and Fifth, Dunhill's.
Fella named Arnold there, in the humidor.
Tell him they're for me.
The clip talking frank out of suicide from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell
You're back too fast.
You didn't get my cigars, did you?
Get out of here, Charlie.
I thought we had a deal.
I welched. I'm a welcher. Didn't I tell you?
No, what you told me was that you gave me all the bullets.
You could have fooled me.
And I did.
How you ever gonna survive in this world without me?
Why don't you just give me the gun, all right?
What are you doing?
I'm gonna shoot you, too.
Your life's finished anyway.
Your friend George is going to sing like a canary.
The clip talking frank out of suicide Part 2 from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell
And so are you.
And once you've sung, Charlie, my boy,
you're gonna take your place on that long, gray line
of American manhood.
And you will be through.
I'd like to disagree with you, Colonel.
You're in no position to disagree with me, boy.
I got a loaded. 45 here. You got pimples.
I'm gonna kill ya, Charlie,
because I can't bear the thought
of you sellin' out!
Put the gun down, all right, Colonel?
What? You givin' me an ultimatum?
I give the ultimatums!
All right? I'm sorry.
It's all right,
You break my heart, son.
All my life I stood up
to everyone and everything,
because it made me feel important.
You do it 'cause you mean it.
The clip talking frank out of suicide Part 3 from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell
You got integrity, Charlie.
I don't know whether to shoot you or adopt you.
Not much of a choice, is it, sir?
Don't get cute now.
Could you please put the gun away?
I asked you a question.
Do you want me to adopt you, or don't you?
Please? I mean...
You're just in a slump right now.
No slump, Charlie.
I'm not bad. No.
You're not bad.
You're just in pain.
What do you know about pain?
You little snail darter from the Pacific Northwest.
Fuck you know about pain?
The clip struggle with frank over weapon from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Al Pacino
Let me have the gun, Colonel.
No time to grow a dick, son.
Just give me the gun, all right, Colonel?
I'm talkin' a parade ground.
Soldier, that was a direct order.
Give me the gun.
You can stay or you can leave.
Either way, I'm gonna do this thing.
Now why don't you leave and spare yourself?
I want your gun, Colonel.
I'm gonna give myself a count.
You need a count for balance.
Give me! Fuck!
Get out of here!
I'm stayin' right here!
Get outta here!
I'm stayin' right here.
I'll blow your fuckin' head off!
Then do it!
You want to do it? Do it! Let's go.
Get outta here!