The Sting (1973): Everyone is After Hooker

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The clip Everyone is after Hooker from The Sting (1973) with Charles Durning How do you like that Coleman?...
The clip Everyone is after Hooker from The Sting (1973) with Charles Durning How do you like that Coleman? After five years. He knew he was holding you back. Yeah, but we were partners. If it weren't for Luther, I'd still be hustling pinball. I don't need more than what I got. You won't have anything if you don't lay off the games of chance. There's a depression on. There's always a depression on. If you saved a little, you wouldn't have to grift. I like grifting. You could buy yourself some things. What? New clothes, a car. I got clothes, and I don't know how to drive. What else do you got to sell? Hey, Hooker! Come on, you son of a... Hi there, Snyder. What's the matter? Things a little slow down at the bunco department? Somebody lose at dominoes? You scored blood money today, and you need a friend. Go find yourself a shoplifter to roll. You got the wrong guy, pal. I've been home with the flu all day. Stake out my toilet if you want. Keep talking! I'll tell you what you did, smart boy. You tied into a loaded mark on 47th across from Maxie's. You and Coleman played the switch for him and blew him off to a cab on 49th. If he hadn't been a numbers runner for Doyle Lonnegan, it would've been perfect. You're crazy. I ain't stupid enough to play for no racket's money. Not intentionally, maybe. That don't cut no ice with Lonnegan. He'll swat you like a fly. Yeah, well... ...I'll square it with the fixer. Nobody can buy you a prayer if I put the finger on you. Now, I figure your end of the score was at least three G's. I want two, no matter what it was. My take was only one. Then you'll have to come up with another $1,000 somewhere.