The Godfather: Part II

My lawyer Tom Hagen. Senator Geary.
He arranged everything
through your man Turnbull.

- Yes, yes.
- Sit down.

I thought that you and I
would talk alone.

I trust these men with my life, Senator.
To ask them to leave would be an insult.

Well, it's perfectly all right with me,
but I am a blunt man and I intend
to speak very frankly to you.

Maybe more frankly than anyone in my
position has ever talked to you before.

The Corleone family
has done well in Nevada.

You own, or control,
two major hotels in Vegas,

and one in Reno.
The licences were grandfathered in,

so there was no problem
with the Gaming Commission.

Now my sources tell me
that you plan to make a move
against the Tropigala.

They tell me that, within a week,
you're going to move Klingman out.

Quite an expansion. However, it will
leave you with a little technical problem.

The licence will still be
- Turnbull is a good man.
- Yeah, well, let's cut out the bullshit.

I don't want to spend more time here
than I have to. You can have the licence.

The price is 250,000 dollars.
Plus five per cent of the gross monthly,
of all four hotels, Mr. Corleone.
The price for the licence
is less than 20,000 dollars, right?

That's right.
- Why would I pay more than that?
- Because I intend to squeeze you.