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Bound for Glory (1976 film) Quotes

Bound for Glory (1976 film) is a television show that first aired in 1970 . Bound for Glory ended in 1970.

It features Robert F. Blumofe as producer, Leonard Rosenman (conductor and music adaptor) in charge of musical score, and Haskell Wexler as head of cinematography.

Bound for Glory (1976 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Bound for Glory (1976 film) is 147 minutes long. Bound for Glory (1976 film) is distributed by United Artists.

The cast includes: David Carradine as Woody Guthrie.

Bound for Glory (1976 film) Quotes

David Carradine as Woody Guthrie

  • (Conners - Pampa Store Owner) "What in the hell are you doing, anyway? I told you I wanted white on black."
  • (David Carradine) "Yeah, I thought you'd like red better; shows up from a mile away."
  • (Conners - Pampa Store Owner) "I ask for white on black, and; and you give me this red bitch thing?"
  • (Conners - Pampa Store Owner) "Was you planning on getting paid for this?"
  • (David Carradine) "Well, I was planning on it."
  • (Conners - Pampa Store Owner) "Well, just plan away, Guthrie. What am I supposed to do with this red bitch, anyways?"
  • (David Carradine) "Well -- Why don't you -- fold it five ways -- and stick it where the sun don't shine."
  • (Conners - Pampa Store Owner) "I'll tell you what else I don't need: I don't need none of your damn lip, neither. That's what I don't need, Guthrie."
  • (Conners - Pampa Store Owner) "Ain't you kids got nothing better to do than lollygag around here?"
  • (David Carradine) "Good afternoon, Donna Jo."
  • (Donna Jo - Woody's California-Bound Neighbor) "Oh, good afternoon, Woody."
  • (Donna Jo - Woody's California-Bound Neighbor) "Woody, do you and Mary have any use for a bedroom set? It's real nice, it's called the Waterfall Design or something. I just hate to leave it -- sit there."
  • (David Carradine) "Howdy, Jesse. Uh -- sure -- sure I guess we can, uh -- do something with it."
  • (Donna Jo - Woody's California-Bound Neighbor) "Good, there's an old chair in there, too. We just ain't got room for everything."
  • (David Carradine) "Where you folks going?"
  • (Donna Jo - Woody's California-Bound Neighbor) "California."
  • (Donna Jo - Woody's California-Bound Neighbor) "I don't know, it just seems like everything run out around here -- when Jesse got laid off. Oh, you all are welcome to anything that you find in there that you wanna use."
  • (David Carradine) "Okay, thank you kindly, Donna Jo. You folks take care."
  • (Charlie Guthrie - Woody's Father) "Might get us some jobs in that new department store down in Amarillo."
  • (David Carradine) "Hell, Pa, I ain't gonna be no shoe salesman."
  • (Charlie Guthrie - Woody's Father) "Well, there might be something else."
  • (David Carradine) "Well, it's too damned far out there anyhow."
  • (Mary - Woody's Wife) "You tell her that when she's begging for milk in the morning."
  • (Mary - Woody's Wife) "You tell her it's too far to travel."
  • (David Carradine) "Mary, it's 62 miles."
  • (Mary - Woody's Wife) "Maybe you could sing one of your songs to her or tell her fortune instead."
  • (David Carradine) "Mary, just don't start in on me, okay?"
  • (Charlie Guthrie - Woody's Father) "Now, it don't do no good to be carrying on. Times and the weather are bad enough, it just don't do no good."
  • (Mary - Woody's Wife) "I don't mean to be starting in. I don't mean to always be at you, Woody, but it just don't seem fair. Even your brother's been out looking for something, and he's just a boy."
  • (David Carradine) "And I hate to hear that old soft whistle blowing, / It's that long, lonesome train whistling down --"
  • (David Carradine) "And you and I go down to the train --"
  • (David Carradine) "She's my curly-headed baby, Used to sit on daddy's knee, / She's my curly-headed baby, comes from sunny Tennessee. / I'm-a gonna tell you 'bout these women, I'm-a gonna tell you what they do, / Lay their head upon your shoulders, Flirt around --"
  • (Mary - Woody's Wife) "Did you really write that song about me?"
  • (David Carradine) "Oh sure, sure it's about you; damn right."
  • (David Carradine) "Curly-headed lady --"
  • (Mary - Woody's Wife) "Remember what you asked me?"
  • (David Carradine) "It hasn't been outta my mind for a second."
  • (Mary - Woody's Wife) "I don't care."
  • (David Carradine) "Care about what?"
  • (Mary - Woody's Wife) "If we do."
  • (David Carradine) "Do what?"
  • (Mary - Woody's Wife) "You know; come on."
  • (David Carradine) "Guess this town ain't entirely dead yet."
  • (David Carradine) "This land is your land/This land is my land/From California to the New York Island/From the Redwood forests to the Gulf Stream waters/This land was made for you and me"
  • (Heavy Chandler - 'Insane' Man) "I don't know if you knew it or not, but you're looking at an insane man."
  • (David Carradine) "Well, uh -- why don't you take off a couple of sweaters and -- sit down?"
  • (Heavy Chandler - 'Insane' Man) "I really am insane."
  • (David Carradine) "Well -- uh -- yeah, so am I, off and on."
  • (Heavy Chandler - 'Insane' Man) "I heard tales about you in the next town -- and thought I better come. I been in the insane asylum twice."
  • (David Carradine) "You have? I had- I had better watch out to have you around the place."
  • (Heavy Chandler - 'Insane' Man) "I wasn't crazy when they sent me there, but then I beat up them two guards in the pea patch and -- now I'm-a here; even if they get me pretty quick, well, I wanted to tell you: I got newsreels in my head."
  • (David Carradine) "Newsreels?"
  • (Heavy Chandler - 'Insane' Man) "Yeah. Since I was a kid, and my mama always told me I was crazy, they just never stop."
  • (David Carradine) "What kind of newsreels?"
  • (Heavy Chandler - 'Insane' Man) "That the boom is over and the weeds are blowing out -- and the dust storms are getting darker and -- there's people fighting and killing, and there's kids sick."
  • (David Carradine) "Ain't nothing wrong with your head."
  • (Heavy Chandler - 'Insane' Man) "I see these shapes and designs and I see how to build roads better, and -- Is them your brushes?"
  • (David Carradine) "Uh, sure. Yeah, I'm -- I'm, uh -- kind of a painter."
  • (Heavy Chandler - 'Insane' Man) "I sure wish I could sit down and paint all them pictures I see. Sometimes -- I think I could just spend forever just painting and painting all them pictures."
  • (David Carradine) "Well -- why don't you just take these?"
  • (Heavy Chandler - 'Insane' Man) "Take 'em? But I ain't got no money."
  • (David Carradine) "You don't need no money, just take 'em, I got plenty more, and some of this paint here. Take those ideas, and, uh -- and find yourself some place where, uh -- where nobody, uh -- nobody will bother you, and just put those things down -- just put those things down on paper, you know?"

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