When I was young, I thought house painters painted houses.
I was a working guy.
A business agent for Teamster Local 107 out of South Philly.
One of a thousand working stiffs...
until I wasn't no more.
I started painting houses...
In this particular matter,
the whole thing was built around the wedding.
Bill Bufalino's daughter was getting married in Detroit.
Bill was a Teamster lawyer, but more important,
he was Russell Bufalino's cousin.
Now, Russell didn't want to fly,
so I was gonna drive him to the wedding.
He wanted to take care of some business along the way,
which in Russell's case meant only one thing:
Money... collecting it.
Him and his wife Carrie and me and my wife Irene.
Or I call her Reenie.
I figured we would take 476 out of Philly,
and then we go up to Pittston and pick up Russ,
which is usually how we did it,
and then Interstate 80 West through the rest of Pennsylvania,
and then we'd go across Ohio, all the way to Toledo,
and then we would go 75 North to Detroit.
It was gonna take about three days
with all the business breaks and cigarette stops,
since Russell didn't allow nobody to smoke in the car.
He says Jimmy Blue Eyes and Meyer Lansky
convinced him to stop smoking
when they were getting kicked out of their casinos in Cuba
and getting shot at by Castro.
I don't know. It might have been one of those,
I'll-never-smoke-again things too."
But I do know that from Castro on,
Russ wouldn't allow nobody to smoke in his car,
We're only in the car two minutes, honey.
We're not even near the highway.
I know, Russell. But you don't like to stop on the highway.
我知道 罗素 但你不喜欢在公路上停车
Well, it's not that so much.
They don't let you stop on the highway.
Okay, so then we'll smoke in the car.
And what about my cataracts?
I'll crack the window.
Carrie, I made a vow. Remember?
凯丽 我发过誓的 记得吗
Remember I made a vow, Carrie?
Yeah, now I can't smoke on...
All right, and now I can't smoke.
See where we are?
What are those odds?
What's the problem, kid?
I don't... I don't know. It sounds funny.
It stops, it starts, it loses power.
车停了 再启动 就没动力了
Let me see if I can give you a hand.
Let me see. Check all these plugs.
Spark plugs are okay.
The distributor cap's okay.
It's gotta be something with... with this.
This is what this is. There's a cap on it.
This cap is loose. It ain't supposed to be loose.
So that means they're getting worn out.
Try that now. Tighten it up.
I can drive 'em. I can't fix 'em.
You're back in business, kid.
- I owe you anything? - No.
No, you don't owe me anything.
- Frank. - Hey, Frank. How ya doing?
-我叫弗兰克 -你好 弗兰克
- Philly. - Oh, you're from Philly.
Where you hang out there?
But it's a bar, it's not a bocce club.
Oh, yeah. You play bocce?
All right, Frankie... get that fixed.
好了 弗兰克 把那玩意修好
Because it'll go again on you, I'm telling you.
- Thank you. - All right.
I will. Thanks again.
Good luck, buddy.
I mean, I thought maybe he owned the gas station.
'Cause he owned something, you could tell.
Yeah, it turns out he owned the whole road.
Salute! Drink up, fellas.
敬礼 干了 朋友们
Let's go. Let's go. Let's make some money today.
走着 走着 今天一起赚点钱