The clip Request and threat from Casino (1995) with Robert De Niro, L.Q. Jones. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Mr. Rothstein, I'm Pat Webb.
How do you do?
Hey, it is a pleasure.
I heard a lot about you.
Oh, thank you, sir. Hey, house is doin' well.
Hey, all that money is rollin' in.
I appreciate you takin' the time to see a poor civil servant.
Why don't you have a seat, hmm?
Oh, thank you, sir.
I come here personally to kind of smooth over...
any fracas about a certain matter.
See, uh, maybe you didn't know it...
but Don Ward is a very well-liked man in this town.
He's got lots of friends. Nice family and their money go back many, many years.
Now friends vote. Family and money votes.
That's important to me and you.
And if you'll think about our little problem along them lines...
and you'll forgive me for sayin' it...
maybe he did not deserve to be fired.
I'm sorry, but he knew about our getting hit...
on three big machines in a row and he did nothing about it.
That means, either he was in on it or he was too dumb to see what was goin' on.
Either way, I cannot have a man like that working here.
Before we point the dirty end of the stick at old Don...
we better be sure we can prove them charges.
Believe me, if I could prove it, he would be under arrest.
Are we certain that you want the Gaming Control Board...
eyeballing your record and your gangster pals like Nicky Santoro.
I think you're way out of line talking to me like that.
What you're saying is libelous, and you're in no position to challenge my expertise.
I went way out of my way to be very helpful to that kid.
He's weak. He's incompetent. He jeopardizes the whole place.
There's not much more I can do for him.
You have got me there.
Old Don is as useless as tits on a boar.
But he is my brother-in-law...
and I would look on it as a personal favor...
if you'd think some more on hirin' him back.