Scent of a Woman (1992): Talking About George's Father

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The clip talking about george's father from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell And it...
The clip talking about george's father from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell And it can only be done by one Sofia, what are the chances of suitin' you up sometime? Sugarbush Lodge. George Willis, please. Hello. George! Hey, it's Charlie. Hey, Chas. Next year you gotta come up with us. White powder on a base of snow bunnies. Chas, are you there? Yeah, I'm here. You told me to call you for the moves. All right. For now, the move's no move, status quo. Everything's the way we left it. How did we leave it? See no evil, hear no eviI. You know what I mean, Chas? Yeah. See no evil, hear no evil. Okay, then, walk like you talk. All right, bye. George Willis, huh? Yeah. George Willis. That makes his father probably George Willis, Senior. Charlie, I ask you, what do you think big George is gonna feel about little George seeing no evil, hearing no evil? Well, we're not gonna tell our parents. We're just gonna keep it between ourselves. Oh, George isn't gonna tell his father about this thing! Damn decent of him. Scusi, Colonnello. Prego. I love it when you hurt me. Tell me now, Charlie. This George Willis, Jr., what's his father do? I don't really know. Well, I'm gonna tell you. When George Willis, Senior, isn't busy as a million-dollar man for Aetna Casualty...
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