The Jerk (1979): Shooting Cans


Uploaded on November 18, 2011 by AnyClip

The clip Shooting cans from The Jerk (1979) with Steve Martin, Jackie Mason

Believe me, l'm not mad at you.
What's the matter with you? What did l lose, a couple of tires?
Look at the bright side. We also lost a church.
Mr. Hartounian.
Oh, my God!.
Thank you.
The new phone book's here!.
I wish l could get that excited about nothing.
Nothing? Are you kidding? Page 73!.
"Johnson, Navin R."
I'm somebody now!. Millions of people look at this book every day!.
This is the kind of spontaneous publicity...
...your name in print, that makes people!.
I'm in print!.
Things are going to start happening to me now.
"Johnson, Navin R."
Sounds like a typical bastard.
Die, Navin R. Johnson.
Random son of a bitch, typical run-of-the-mill bastard.
-Fill 'er up? -Fill 'er up and a little bit extra.
-Stan Fox, buying gas. -Navin R. Johnson selling it, sir!.
Gotcha, you average...
...typical blocking-the-view- of-a-goddamn-average-victim bastard!.
-Check your oil? -Check away, Navin R. Johnson.
Oil rag at the ready, sir!.
-Let's check the oil together. -Yes, sir.
Thank you.
Son-of-a-blocking bastard!.
Looks good to me, sir, but l'd like your opinion.
Damn these glasses.
It looks good to me, too. Hurry up. Time's a wasting.
I'm going to the john. Don't forget to check those tires. Damn these glasses.

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