Barbary Coast

- Louis!
- Good morning, Mr. Mayor.

I want you to meet a friend of mine.
Miss Rutledge.

I'm sorry, sir, but I'm with my wife.
Come, my dear.

Why, the ungrateful coyote.
The two-faced hyena.

I made him mayor of this town
and I'll stop him being mayor!

- I wouldn't do that.
- Why l...

- I wouldn't do that!
- But he insulted me!

No, he didn't. He just insulted me, that's all.
- I don't like that either!
- You'll get used to it and so will I.

- Now, then...
- I have one gown...

I'll show him and that horse-face he calls his wife.
Buzzard meat. That's what she is. Gimme that.
- Which one, sir?
- The one she's got her paws on.

- Go on, take it. It's mine. I bought it.
- Sorry, miss, this belongs to Mr. Chamalis.

I'm buying that, too. It's mine, put it back.
- What?
- You heard what I said.

I don't approve of your behavior.
- You don't?
- No, sir.

It's my behavior,
and it's good enough in this town.

I'll show you some real behavior.
I'm buying this and that.
I'm buying all this, understand?

It's mine. I don't want anyone touching it.
I'm buying everything.
Do you want the fish, too?
No. Throw the fish to the Mayor's wife.
She looks hungry.

Make your plays, gentlemen.
22, even, black. You lose, sir.
I've never seen anything like it.
The black's come up six times in a row.

The red's bound to come up soon.
Sawbuck McTavish is me name
and I'm the luckiest man in the world.

I'm sure you are, sir.
Make your plays, gentlemen.

- Make your play, sir.
- Place them on the red, Sandy.

Go slow, Sawbuck.
We worked for that for a whole year.

I'm tired of bendin' over,
liftin' gold out of the ground.

I wanna pick up off the table,
standing up, let 'er go.

- How much is that?
- Weigh it when the gentleman wins.