The clip The great Henry Gondorff from The Sting (1973) with Robert Redford, Paul Newman
The great Henry Gondorff.
Turn it off!
Are you sober?
Turn it off, will you?
Glad to meet you, kid. You're a real horse's ass.
Luther said I could learn something from you.
I already know how to drink.
Sorry about Luther.
He was the best street worker I ever saw.
He had you down as a big-timer. What happened?
I conned a senator from Florida on a stock deal.
A real lop-ear. Thought he was gonna take over General Electric.
Some chanteuse woke him, though, and he put the feds on me.
You mean you blew it.
Luther didn't tell me you had a big mouth.
He didn't tell me you was a screw-up either.
You played any big cons since then?
I lammed around a bunch of bohunk towns, one kick ahead of the G-men.