Born on the Fourth of July (1989): Talking to Friend at Fast Food Restaurant

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The clip talking to friend at fast food restaurant from Born on the Fourth of July (1989) with Tom Cruise, ...
The clip talking to friend at fast food restaurant from Born on the Fourth of July (1989) with Tom Cruise, Jerry Levine My competitor's rushing in to build, but I was first. The people are loyal. You probably think it's just a hamburger. A patty's just a piece of meat, but it can have character. See that doughnut hole? Gets 18 patties to the pound instead of 16. Saves me about $40,000 a year. That's serious money, Ron. I plug the hole with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, spices. I cover it with a pickle. They'll never miss a thing. They'll never miss a thing. Give me a good one for Ronnie. Thanks. Good job. Try this. You don't find that at McDonald's on Sunrise. I got a drive-in window, too. It's Long lsland's first. It's clean, it's cheap, it's fast. Feed the family for $3.95. Check out these chicks. They're wearing those new miniskirts. It's my idea. It's good for tips. The customers always come back. Massapequa's changed. Watch yourself. It's no mom and pop operation anymore. This is our town. You're doing a nice job. Keep up the good work. Good. Copiague, Ronnie, Jericho, Bayville, Valley Stream, man. I want to turn Boyer's into a whole Long lsland thing. I want you to come to work for me. What can I do? This is our town now. You're a war hero, and you can benefit. You should benefit, Ronnie. You mean, like partners? We open a place together? You got to walk before you run. I could start you out as a cashier. Then you could learn the business, work your way up to be manager, just like your dad. I get 1,700 a month from the government. I'll take my time. That's charity money. This isn't. Charity? Here's your cola. You got to put the war behind you. Forget about this chair you're in. Sometimes, you know, Stevie, I think people know you're back from Vietnam, and their face changes, the eyes... the voice, the way they look at you.