The clip singing in the street from The Blues Brothers (1980)
Come on home, babe
Oh, come on home, woman
Oh, come on home, pretty baby
I love you
When she walk that walk
And talk that talk
And whisperin' my ear
Tell me that she love me
I love that talk
That baby talk
When she talk like that
I can't take it like that
The clip singing in the street Part 2 from The Blues Brothers (1980)
Come on home to me, baby
Walk your walk Talk your talk
Talk your talk, baby
thank you, ladies and gentlemen.
That was "Boom, Boom," a song that I wrote back in the '50s.
No, you didn't.
It was a hit.
No, you didn't.
Yes, I did.
I wrote "Boom, Boom"! I wrote "Boom, Boom"!
The clip Chicago chase from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi
Well, this is definitely Lower Wacker Drive.
If my estimations are correct...
we should be very close to the Honorable Richard J. Daley Plaza.
That's where they got that Picasso.
The clip Chicago chase Part 2 from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Dan Aykroyd
Son of a bitch!
There they are.
What the fuck was that?
The motor. It's thrown a rod.
The clip Chicago chase Part 3 from The Blues Brothers (1980)
Is that serious?
The clip Chicago chase Part 4 from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Eugene J. Anthony, John Belushi
I've always loved you.
There it is!
The clip The great chase from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Dan Aykroyd, John Candy
All units, we have a ten-seven-niner.
Officers are in pursuit:
a black-and-white 1974 Dodge sedan...
southbound on 47.
Respond to signal, ten-seven-niner.
Occupants of vehicle: one Joliet Jake Blues...
one Elwood Blues.
Considered extremely dangerous.
Jake, I gotta pull over.
Southbound on State Highway 47.
Hi! Wanna hand me the mike?
Thanks a lot.
This is car- What number are we?
Car 55. We're in a truck.
Signal ten-seven-niner still engaged.
Vehicle traveling southbound approaching Chicago city limits.
The clip The great chase Part 2 from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Ralph Foody
Commander advises will contact Chicago precincts...
for a local intercept.
Use of unnecessary violence...
in the apprehension of the Blues Brothers has been approved.
The clip Embarassing restaurant antics from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Alan Rubin, John Belushi
Mainly French cuisine.
No, sir. Mayor Daley no longer dines here. He's dead, sir.
Private dining rooms are available.
Oh, no. It was supposed to be five years.
Didn't you get five years? No, sir, not you.
And your name, sir?
Rizzolo, for eight at 11:30. thank you.
Mr Fabulous, how marvelous it is to see you.
You're looking younger than ever.
Wait. You guys can't come in here.
Nonsense, my dear fellow.
My brother and I have come to dine...
to celebrate my early release from the service of the state.
Wait. Let's talk outside.
Let's have a cup of coffee outside.
Why, heavens, no.
We seek a full meal and all the compliments of the house.
Let us adjourn ourselves to the nearest table...
and overlook this establishment's board offare.
Good evening. Chez Paul. Wait! Hey!
Sir, do you mind calling back in about five minutes, please?
We'll have a table in a few moments.
Give us a bottle of your finest champagne...
five shrimp cocktails and some bread for my brother.
We have a Dom Perignon '71 at $120.
That'll be fine, pal.
The clip Embarassing restaurant antics Part 2 from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Alan Rubin, John Belushi
Seriously, the food here is really expensive. The soup is fucking $10!
Let's go outside. I'll buy you a cup of coffee.
We're putting the band back together.
Forget it. No way.
We're on a mission from God.
Hold it. Hold it. What's this?
Yes, sir? How are your salads?
The salads are fine.
It's just that we'd like to move to another table...
away from those two gentlemen.
Why? Have they been disturbing you?
No. It's just that-
Well, frankly, they're offensive-smelling.
I mean, they smell bad.
Excuse me. I'll see if I can locate another table for you.
Wrong glass, sir.
The clip Embarassing restaurant antics Part 3 from The Blues Brothers (1980) with John Belushi, Alan Rubin
How much for the little girl?
The women? How much for the women?
I want to buy your women.
Your little girl. Your daughters. Sell them to me.
Sell me your children.
Cut it out. The owners are gonna ask me to call the cops.
You wouldn't do that to me, would you?
He just got outta Joliet.
He's on parole. You can't call the cops on him, man.
We're putting the band back together.
I said no.
How much for your wife?
We're putting the band back together. We need you, man. We need your horn.
I really can't.
We got everybody except Matt "Guitar" Murphy and Blue Lou.
We're getting them next.
If you say no, Elwood and I will come here for breakfast...
lunch and dinner every day of the week.
Okay. I'll play. You got me.
The clip Chase through the mall from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi
What? What did I do?
You failed to stop at a red signal.
The light was yellow, sir.
May I see your license, please?
I haven't been pulled over in six months.
I bet those cops have got SCMODS.
State County Municipal Offender Data System.
Elwood, we show your license currently under suspension.
Step out of the car, please.
The clip Chase through the mall Part 2 from The Blues Brothers (1980) with John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd
First you trade the Cadillac for a microphone.
Then you lie to me about the band.
Now you're gonna put me right back in the joint!
They're not gonna catch us. We're on a mission from God.
We are in high-speed pursuit northbound on Courtland Avenue.
Black-and-white 1974 Dodge sedan with Illinois plates.
We'll be all right if we can just get back on the express way.
This don't look like no express way to me!
Don't yell at me.
What do you want me to do, motor head?
Try not to be so negative all the time.
Why don't you offer some constructive criticism?
You got us into this parking lot, pal. Now you get us out!
You want out of this parking lot?
Will there be anything else?
Do you have Miss Piggy?
The clip Chase through the mall Part 3 from The Blues Brothers (1980) with John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd
There's pants and burgers.
Yeah, lots of space in this mall.
Disco pants and haircuts.
This place has got everything.
New Oldsmobiles are in early this year.
The clip Chase through the mall Part 4 from The Blues Brothers (1980) with John Landis
Pier 1 Imports.
They broke my watch!
I'm gonna catch that sucker...
if it's the last thing I ever do.
The clip A mission from God from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi
All I'm saying is, we got to figure out...
some way to get that money honestly.
That could be a problem.
Like the Penguin says.
We got to move toward redemption. We got to go to church.
"We got to move toward redemption. We got to go to church. "
And now, this week's sermon...
is from our beloved, the Reverend Cleophus James!
And now, people-
And now, people-
When I woke up this morning, I heard a disturbing sound.
I said, when I woke up this morning...
I heard a disturbing sound!
What I heard was the jingle-jangle...
of a thousand lost souls!
I'm talking about the souls of mortal men and women...
departed from this life!
Wait a minute!
Those lost, anguished souls roaming unseen over the earth...
seeking a divine light...
they'll not find because it's too late!
Too late! Yeah! Too late for them to ever see again...