advertisement Kenny Veech: Lew and me? That would be a gruesome twosome. Kenny Veech: Hiya, beautiful. Mary: Hiya, handsome. Mary: Don't let the coat fool you, Molly. A mink can cover a lot of things. Josie Veech: Oh, sure, the best time to start looking for a job is 8 o'clock at night, and if you do a good job of looking, you won't get home 'til morning, and the best place for looking is every beer joint and pool hall on Main Street. Kenny Veech: What are you doin' home tonight? Mary: Lew had to drive to Mayfield. What are you doin' home tonight? Kenny Veech: Lew had to drive to Mayfield. Kenny Veech: You haven't won a pot all night, Barker. Mr. Barker: The cards are against me. Kenny Veech: You know you did pretty good when you brought your own deck. Kenny Veech: You're not doin' so good yourself with cards or anything else! Mr. Barker: Meanin' what? Lew Lentz: [Referring to Kenny] I hate his guts! The arrogant way he walks around like he owns the town, and he hasn't got the price of yesterday's newspaper. Lew Lentz: This was a private party! Lew Lentz: I just thought I could do something for you, sonny. Kenny Veech: Yeah! You can give me a cigarette. Lew Lentz: [after he does] Anything else? Kenny Veech: Now you can light it! Lew Lentz: [he pauses and lights his cigarette] Now you've got all you want. You better go! I don't want you hanging around here! The next time won't be so sociable! Kenny Veech: If you said that with a smile, it'd sound better. [to Mary] Kenny Veech: Let's go! Mary: Go where? Kenny Veech: I'll take you to your house and swing you on the hammock. Gitlo: How about a game of casino? Kenny Veech: Ah, I don't feel like. Gitlo: Ah, just a couple of hands. I can never sleep until daylight. Kenny Veech: I'll take a double. Bartender: How can you drink alone on a Saturday night? Kenny Veech: I'm getting exclusive, haven't you heard?