[country music playing] [BUDDY]
Now Donna Jo honey, don’t argue … [DONNA JO]
Don’t you “honey” me you robber.
Fifteen percent! Fifteen percent of this is nothing!
I’m telling you, you’re going to be hearing from my … Now get out of here!
[BUDDY] Woman … [DONNA JO] Take that!
[BUDDY] Now listen honey …>>And here’s five percent!
And ten percent!
And something to hang it on!>>Singers!>>Buddy?>>Oh, it’s you.
Hi kid.>>I uh … I came to get my music
and rehearse with Donna Jo.>>Uh, now is not the time. Uh, listen, here’s your music.>>I kind of thought that, uh,
maybe she’d like to sing a song that I wrote?>>Son, in this business, timing is everything
and now is not the time. What was your name?
>>It’s Ford.>>Well, Ford, you be back over here at 2:30
tomorrow afternoon to run through
this number with Donna Jo. Okay?>>2:30. Right. [laughs]
>>And you’re going to be just great.
You’re a natural! I’ll buy you a drink?>>I’m not old enough to drink.>>Well, unfortunately, I am.
See you tomorrow. [GUTHRIE]
How much we got?>>Maybe … Two-thousand dollars. You know this is better than I’ve done in a while. And if our other deal pans out …
I’ll really score big.>>Other deal? [stammers]
>>Yea-Yeah .. Well you know if uh … if uh … we’re as lucky trying for silver in Colorado.>>Really? Is that what you guys do all the time? Hunt for treasure?>>Guthrie, all life’s a hunt for something.>>Hey. How come you do most of the work?
I don’t see Mr. Ace around much.>>Oh uh … he’s uh … he’s at …
at Angels Camp at the I.S.A. office.>>I thought the I.S.A. office was in Stockton.>>Yeah. Yeah …
well uh … whichever. [angry]
You listen Mr. Martin. You know what they pay in the far east for one bear paw. This ain’t as easy as getting antlers
for your love potions. I almost got killed. Yeah.
Now we’re talking. Delivery by the end of the week. No, nothing’s going to stop me
from getting you what you want. [guitar being played] [FORD singing]
Sometimes I like you mixed up but any way you’re fixed up I love to start my mornings with you. [to Adam]
Pretty good, huh? [LUCKY]
I think we just about tapped this out, Guthrie.>>When Ace gets back, can we divide it up?>>That’s the plan.>>I can’t wait to see my brothers’ faces. I’m going to give them most of it
for a new roof and keep just enough
to buy myself a new pair of boots … or a motorcycle! [ACE]
It’s time to start breaking camp. How long is it going to take you
to get everything up to the truck?>>At the most … uh … hour.>>I got to get back pretty soon. My brother’s singing at the fairgrounds
this afternoon and I don’t want to be late. [ACE]
Well if we all work together,
we’ll be through in time. We’ll even give you a ride back home.>>Hey thanks.
Then I don’t have to worry.>>Now you go downstream there
and get the rest of that scuba gear
while Lucky and I take care of things here.>>I’ll get right on it. [ACE]
Well, let’s get to work. [Ace exhales] [suspenseful music] LUCKY
I was just thinking uh … we should let the kid have his share of the gold J. T.>>Since when did you find a conscience?>>It’s just that uh … he’s a good kid and … and none of this ain’t right.>>Lucky. When are you going to start acting
like a pro and not some preacher? Now we’ve got standard orders
for bear parts and deer antlers. There’s folks who’ve believed
for thousands of years that
it makes them macho for their women. So, the way I figure it,
we’re helping to keep a culture alive. We just happen to be getting rich doing it.>>It’s just that …
he’s a good kid and … he should have his share of the gold J. T. [ACE yelling]
You want to give him some of your gold?
You go ahead! [quietly]
I tell you I might be giving him something
a hell of a lot more than you.>>What’s that?>>His life. [dramatic music] That is if he keeps on being
a good little boy.