You know, you got a big mouth. They don't make stuff like that anymore. Nobody wants you to play patsy. I'm told that a 20 cents an hour wage increase. One day, he appears at the nightclub in which Eadie performs to ask her to reconcile with Joey. We don't operate anymore like during Prohibition. What can I tell ya? The Depression is practically over.
Lep didn't make many mistakes. Just to be left alone. But I wanna do you a favor. We got a show goin' on. Realizing that Joey's testimony could bring Lepke down, Turkus decides to put Joey and Reles in protective custody and hide them at the Half Moon Hotel in Coney Island.
In our opinion this is one of the best of all actions of 1960. I'll write it all out for you. There's nothing we can do. This look like a hotel? Collins, do you real- I know what I'm saying. I guess you're the expert. Every now and then we get a hood, cold turkey. Make up your minds, because I don't give out any rain checks.
I don't trust any of those Brownsville bums. You're still young enough and pretty. Loughran, let's understand each other. All at the same time. An army of paid killers. Oh, he's one of the guys we picked up yesterday. Oh, that Lazlo is a cutie, but you'll get in your licks.
I've been reading about this guy Turkus. I think that you 100% will fall in love in Murder, Inc. Any punk we hit deserved to be hit. Mendy, this is Abe Reles. And where are the cops? Then viciousness pours out of him and you get a sense of a felon who is hopelessly cracked and corrupt.
I make one mistake- I take pity on one miserable schmuck! I got the most delicate stomach in the world! After hiring them to kill Walter Sage, a Catskill resort owner who has been withholding slot machine profits from the syndicate, Lepke designates Mendy Weiss, his right hand man, as Reles' contact. Joey avenges his wife's death by testifying against Lepke, who is executed. Looks like we got ourselves a canary. Later, as Mendy waits menacingly outside the soda shop to kill Joey, Turkus pulls up and hauls Joey into the police station, shows him photographs of Bugs's murder and warns that he will be next. Drag 'em in off the streets, pile 'em in paddy wagons.
How much help can I get? I wanna get somethin' straight in my mind. After Eadie informs Turkus that Reles is arriving that afternoon on the Baltimore train, Turkus puts her in protective custody and goes to the train station to arrest Reles. Didn't you ever feel anything? Turkus, let me tell you something. Collins, how would you know a thing like that? We've only got one dancer, folks, but she is a beaut. The whole place has got class. You must have some ideas.
What do you think, we just went around shootin' people? Your friends are waiting for you in the car. He's never been around the block with a blue suit. Shell-shocked from her time spent under Lepke's domination, Eadie visits Turkus to recount her life with the killers. I can't walk past that window. I got a cage full of canaries who sing pretty good. I want you to handle a special contract for me. Don't let her out of your sight.
Lepke on the lam became the subject. You know the girl- Eadie. Is there anyplace where I can see her now? He showed his performance to Balaban who decided to cast him. I gotta come to you for the Sagejob? That was a figure of speech, Mr. I mean, he's a little worried about you.
Isn't that a basic fact, Mendy? This would be a good time for you to stop griping. The Syndicate had never intended to make a deal. I got a funny feeling. I found my man, counselor. The films differ in that Murder, Inc. If I tell you to sit, you sit until you get boils. The screenplay was based on the true story of , a Brooklyn gang that operated in the 1930s.