[birds chirping] [chorus] ♪Blue velvet♪♪ Whoa, whoa ♪♪ Ooh ♪[Bobby Vinton]♪ She were blue velvet ♪♪ Whoa, whoa ♪♪ Bluer than velvet was the night ♪♪ Whoa, whoa, whoa ♪♪ Softer than satin was the light ♪♪ From the stars ♪♪ She wore blue velvet ♪♪ Whoa, whoa ♪♪ Bluer than velvet were her eyes ♪♪ Whoa, whoa, whoa ♪♪ Warmer than May her tender sighs ♪♪ Love was ours ♪[loud gurgling]♪ Ours, a love I held tightly ♪♪ Feeling the rapture grow ♪[gurgling continues]♪ Like a flame burning brightly ♪[gasping]♪ But when she left ♪♪ Gone was the glow ♪– ♪ Ofblue velvet♪
-[d09 yipping]♪ Whoa, whoa ♪-[barking]
– ♪ But in my heart there’ll always be ♪♪ Whoa, whoa, whoa ♪♪ Precious and warm the memory ♪[fading]♪ Through the years ♪[insects chittering] [chittering continues, loud crunching] [crunching continues] [women on radio]♪ Logs, logs, logs ♪♪ Glamour in the pines ♪♪ Lumben’on ♪[chain saw revving]♪ USA ♪[man]
Iris a sunny, woods y day in Lumbenfon,so get those chain saws out.This is the mighty W-O-O-D,
the musical voice of Lumberton.At the sound of the falling tree –[wood cracking, thuds]…it’s 9:30!There’s a whole lot of wood
waitin’ out there, so let’s get goin’.[nurse] Mr. Beaumont? Your son Jeffrey’s here to see you. [woman on PA]7894.Hey,Dad. [Mr. Beaumont exhales] [inhales, whimpers] [sobbing] [car horn honks twice] Um, do you have a Detective Williams
still working here? Yes, he’s up in Room 221.
Right up the stairs, through that door. Thanks. Detective Williams? Yes? My name is Jeffrey Beaumont.
I live near you. I believe you know my father,
Tom Beaumont? Beaumont’s Hardware Store? Sure, I do. I understand he’s
in the hospital. How’s he doing? He’s okay, I guess. I hope. They’re doing tests.
That’s why I’m home from school. Anyway, I was at the hospital this morning,
and coming home through the field, behind our neighborhood,
there behind Vista, I, uh… found an ear. You did? A human ear? Yeah. I thought I should bring it to you. Yeah, that’s right.
Let’s take a look at it. Yes, that’s a human ear, all right. Let’s take it down to the coroner’s office
and see what they make of it. Then I want you to show me
exactly where you found it. All right. [man] We’ll check the morgue records, but I don’t recall anything coming in
minus an ear. The person may very we”
still be alive somewhere. What can you tell about the person
from the ear? Well, once the tests are done,
quite a lot. Sex, blood type, whether or not
the ear came off a dead person. Also, it looks like the ear
was cut off with scissors. – I’m goin’ out for a while.
– Do you want the car? – No, I’m just gonna walk around.
– All right. Oh, Jeffrey, you’re not going
down by Lincoln, are you? No, I’m just gonna walk around
the neighborhood. Don’t worry. Okay, honey. [low rumbling] Hello. My name is Jeffrey Beaumont. Is Detective Williams here? Oh, yes. Yes, Jeffrey, come on in. Thanks. [Williams] Well, now, Jeffrey, you found
something which is very interesting to us. Very interesting. I know you must be curious to know more. But I’m afraid I’m gonna have to ask you
not only not to tell anybody about your find, but also not to ask more about the case. One day when it’s all sewed up, I’ll let you know all the details. Right now, though, I can’t. I understand. I’m just real curious, like you said. I was the same way myself
when I was your age. I guess that’s what got me
into this business. Must be great. It’s horrible too. I’m sorry, Jeffrey.
That’s the way it has to be. Anyway, I know you do understand. Sure. – Thanks for the card for my dad.
– Oh, you’re welcome. – It was nice to finally meet you, Jeffrey.
– You too. – Say hello to Sandy for me.
– We will. Okay. -[door opens]
– Good night, Jeffrey. Good night, Detective Williams. Are you the one that found the ear? How did you know? I just know, that’s all. – I remember you from Central.
– Oh, yeah? – Are you a senior?
– Yup. – How is Central these days?
– Terrible. [chuckles] – I don’t know. Boring.
– Yeah. What else is new, right? Really. So what are you doin’ now? Uh, I’m home from school.
My father’s in the hospital. – That’s too bad.
– Yeah. So, what do you know about the ear? Didn’t my father tell you
not to talk about it? – Yeah, but you brought it up.
-[chuckles] – You know anything?
– I don’t know much but bits and pieces. – I hear things.
– Yeah? My room is right above
my father’s office, so… Above your father’s office? – So I heard a few things about the ear.
– Uh-huh. And? Well… there are a couple of cases
I get mixed up on. Hmm? But one name that keeps coming up
is this woman singer. She lives in an apartment building
that is real close to your house. It’s also close to the field
where you found the ear. [Jeffrey] It’s a strange world, isn’t it? Yeah. Do you know where this woman’s
apartment building is? Yeah. It’s really close by.
That’s what’s so creepy. They had her under surveillance
for a couple of months, ‘cept I don’t know what they found out
’cause she’s not my dad’s case, so… I, uh, guess you gotta
get back home pretty soon, huh? Mmm, not really. Why? Well, um… You wanna see the building. Yeah. – Come on. I’ll show you.
– Okay. Hey, baby. Hey, babe. That’s her building right there. She lives on the seventh floor. Come on. So… uh, what are you gonna do
now that you’re home? I’ve gotta help out
at my father’s hardware store. They’re giving me my own hours,
which is nice. [Jeffrey chuckles]
I used to know a kid that lived there. Had the biggest tongue in the world. [both laughing] What happened to him? I don’t know. He moved away.
All my old friends are gone. You know the chicken walk? What’s that? [laughing] That’s kind of interesting. [laughs] [chattering, laughing] [tapping] – Coffee time.
-[Jeffrey] Yo! Hey, Double Ed, where are the overalls? They’re on the bottom shelf, rolled up, where they’ve always been. Hey, Ed, how many fingers? Four. I still don’t know how you do that. Now listen. You sure you don’t
need me or this rig for a while? Well, if you wanna spray for bugs,
Jeffrey, it causes us no pain. Okeydokey, Double Ed. – Oh, it’s so good to have you back.
– Yeah, sure. [chuckling] [chattering] You hungry or thirsty, or both? I don’t know. [chuckles] I’d like to talk to you about something. Wait just a minute. Listen. Don’t you guys dare
say anything to Mike, all right? – Sure.
– It’s not what you think, okay? – Promise?
– Whatever you say. I don’t wanna cause any trouble. I’m here, aren’t I? – Yeah, he is nice-lookin’.
– Yeah. You ever been to Arlene’s? Of course. [Sandy chuckles] Now, are you gonna tell me why we’re here? There are opportunities in life for gaining knowledge and experience. Sometimes it’s necessary to take a risk. Now, I got to thinking,
I’ll bet someone could learn a lot by getting into that woman’s apartment. You know, sneak in, hide, and observe. – Sneak into her apartment?
– Yeah. Are you crazy? Jeffrey, she’s possibly involved in murder. – This is givin’ me the creeps.
– Now just settle down. I have a plan which I think will work. There’s very little for you to do,
but I do need your help. Don’t you even wanna hear the plan? Well, you can tell me any plan you want,
but it’s not going any further than this diner. Sandy, don’t take that attitude. All right. The first thing I need
is to get into her apartment and open a window
that I can crawl into later. How are you gonna do that? Right out in the car I happen to have
some old overalls and a bug-spraying rig. I will go to her apartment.
I will be the pest-control man. I will spray her apartment. After a few minutes, you knock on the door,
drawing her attention away from me, at which time I will then jimmy a window. And what am I supposed to say
when she comes to the door? – You will be a Jehovah’s Witness.
-[chuckling] I have someAwake!magazines for you. I don’t need very much time.
Just a few seconds. What do you think? I don’t know. I mean, it sounds like a good daydream,
but… actually doing it’s too weird. It’s too dangerous. Sandy, let’s just try the first part. No one will suspect us because
no one would think two people like us would be crazy enough
to do something like this. You have a point there. Give me at least three minutes
from when I’m through the door. I can stall if it’s more, but I need time
to find a good window. All right? All right. Let’s go. Here I go. Wait a minute. What’s her name? Oh, brother, Jeffrey. Dorothy Vallens, seventh floor. Look on her mailbox for the number,
bright boy. – Thanks.
-[laughs] Dorothy Vallens, seventh floor. Okay. Good luck. Good luck yourself. Three minutes. No sooner. [low electronic buzzing] [liquid dripping] Yes? What is it? Pest control. I gotta do your apartment. [groans] That stuff stinks. Well, this is new stuff.
There’s no smell. Good. [door closes] Just need to do the kitchen. [spraying] [knocking] Grand Central Station. [door opens] It’s only the bug man. [man scoffs] [spraying stops] [door closes] – That should do it.
– Yeah? [door opens, closes] [sighs] Are you all right? Yeah. What happened? Well, I was just about to go to the door
when that guy did my job for me. – Was it all right?
– Yes and no. Did you recognize him? I only saw his back. It sounded like he went out a door
at the end of the hall. Yeah. I didn’t get a very good look
at him either, but he sure looked at me. I didn’t have time to get a window,
but I found these keys. It’s pretty nifty, huh? Yeah, if they open the door. Yeah. So, what’s next? Are you game for more? I owe you one since I goofed this one up. You didn’t goof it up.
But… you still owe me one. I’m gonna try and sneak in tonight. It’s Friday. Do you have a date? Yeah. I do. Well, that does that. [engine starts] You really wanna do this, don’t you? I don’t want you to get involved. I do, but if something went wrong… Like you said,
they may be involved in murder. Okay. I’ll tell Mike I’m sick. Just so the record is kept straight,
though, I love Mike. What do you want me to do? Well, first we’ll have
a really nice dinner. Try to find out
where Dorothy Vallens sings. I already know.
It’s the Slow Club on Route 7. Great. I’ll pick you up about 8:00? Uh, yeah. But don’t pick me up.
My dad might think it’s strange. I’ll walk over to your house.
I’ll be there at eight o’clock. Okay? Okay. You better get out
before someone sees us. Okay. See ya! [engine starts] [patrons chattering] Wait. Here’s to an interesting experience, huh? I’ll drink to that. Man, I like Heineken. You like Heineken? Uh, well, I never really
had a Heineken before. You never had Heineken before? My dad drinks Bud. Ah. King of beers. Ladies and gentlemen,
the Blue Lady, Miss Dorothy Vallens. [applause continues] [man] Whoo! [piano plays ballad]♪ She ♪♪ Wore ♪♪ Blue ♪♪ Velvet ♪♪ Bluer than velvet ♪♪ Was the night ♪♪ Softer than satin ♪♪ Was the light ♪♪ From the stars ♪♪ She wore blue velvet ♪♪ Bluer than velvet ♪♪ Were her eyes ♪♪ Shadows ♪♪ Fall so blue ♪♪ As lonely ♪♪ As a blue ♪♪ Blue ♪♪ Star ♪Jeffrey, you shouldn’t do this. Why not? ‘Cause it’s crazy. [chuckles] And dangerous. – My God, I should have never told you.
– I’ll be all right. I don’t think you should stay here though.
I think you should go home. Can you drive this car? – Yeah, but I just –
– Well, leave it in front of your house for me, okay? Okay. I’ll see ya tomorrow,
and I’ll tell ya how it went. I don’t wanna see you tomorrow. – Mike’s coming over.
– Yeah. Okay. Um, can I call you? Okay. Yeah, call. – I hope you sneak out okay.
– Yeah. I’m gonna wait here until she comes. – Sandy.
– I’m gonna honk four times. I’ll go one, two, three, four, and then you’ll hear it,
and you’ll know she’s on her way up. Okay. I don’t know if you’re a detective
or a pervert. Well, that’s for me to know
and you to find out. See ya. Bye. [lock clicks] [car door closes] [footsteps] -[urinating]
– Heineken. [toilet flushing] [honking] [flushing continues] I hope you’re okay, Jeffrey. [key turning] [light switch clicks] [Dorothy] Thank you, Jimmy.
See you tomorrow. -[Jimmy] Okay. Good night.
– Good night. [door closes] [phone rings] Hello? Yes, sir. Frank? Frank, let me talk to him. Please, Frank… sir. I like to sing “Blue Velvet.” Don. Don, it’s all right. Don’t worry. Don. Don, can you hear me? Is little Donny all right? Is he there with you? Don? You mean Meadow Lane? Frank! Frank, what’s the matter with him? I know. I’ll be sweet. Mommy loves you. Okay, Frank, sir. [receiver settles on cradle] [whimpering] Oh. [clattering] Get out of there! Get out! Put your hands up! On your head! Do it! Get on your knees! Do it! What are you doing? Who are you? What’s your name?
What’s your name? – Jeffrey.
– Jeffrey what? Jeffrey nothing. Give me your wallet. Give me your wallet! “Jeffrey Beaumont”? What are you doing in my apartment,
Jeffrey Beaumont? I wanted to see you. Are you kidding? Who sent you here? – Nobody.
– I’ve seen you before. I sprayed your apartment. I took your key. I didn’t mean to do anything
except see you. What did you see tonight? Tell me! I saw you come in.
I saw you talk on the phone. – And then?
– You got undressed. Do you sneak in girls’ apartments
to see them get undressed? No, never before this. Get undressed. I want to see you. Look, I’m sorry. Just let me leave. No way! I want to see you! Get undressed! [zipper opens] Stand up. Come closer. Closer. What do you want? I don’t know. [Jeffrey gasps] Don’t move. Don’t look at me. [breathing shakily] – Do you like that?
– Yes. Don’t touch me, or I’ll kill you! Do you like talk like that? No. Get over there on that couch. Lie down. -[knocking]
-[Dorothy gasps] Shut up! Don’t say anything.
Go hide in the closet. Don’t say anything, or I’ll kill you.
I mean it. [pounding on door] [door opens] [door closes] – Hello, baby.
– Shut up! It’s Daddy, you shithead!
Where’s my bourbon? Can’t you fuckin’ remember anything? [match strikes] Now it’s dark. [sighs] Spread your legs. Wider. Now show it to me. [sighs] [inhales, exhales deeply] Don’t you fuckin’ look at me. [hissing] [inhaling deeply] Mommy. [groaning] Mommy! Mommy! Mommy. Mommy loves you, Frank. Baby wants to fuck! [shouts] All right, get ready to fuck! You fucker’s fucker! You fucker! [aggressive grunting] Don’t you fuckin’ look at me! [sighs] Yes. Baby wants blue velvet.
I love it. I love it. I love it. Mommy – [muffled moaning] [moaning continues] [Frank groaning] Don’t you fuckin’ look at me!
Don’t you fuckin’ look at me! [Frank groaning] [scissors clipping] Look at me. Daddy’s coming home. Daddy’s comin’ home. [Dorothy whimpering] – Don’t you fuckin’ look at me!
-[Dorothy groaning] Daddy’s comin’ home. [Frank grunting] [muffled]
Daddy’s coming home! Daddy’s coming home! Daddy’s coming home! [shouting] Mommy! Mommy! [rhythmic shouting] [panting] – Don’t you fuckin’ look at me!
-[blow lands] Don’t you fuckin’ look at me! [groaning, shouting] Now it’s dark. You stay alive, baby. Do it for Van Gogh. [door opens] [door slams] [gasps] Why don’t you lie down? Come on. I’ll help you. [Dorothy crying] I don’t like that. – What do you want?
– Nothing. Are you all right? Yeah, I’m all right. I’m all right. I’ll go then. Don? – Oh, Don!
– No. Oh, Don, hold me. Hold me. I’m scared. I’m scared. I’m scared. [Jeffrey] It’s okay. It’s okay. [Dorothy] Don? Don? Are you back? Do you like me? – Do you like me?
– Yes. Do you like the way I feel? Yes. See my breast? You can feel it. My nipple… is getting hard. You can touch it. You can feel it. Do you like the way I feel? [Jeffrey] Yes. Feel me. Hit me. No. Dorothy, no. Stop it. Hit me. Hit me. Hit me! I’m leaving now. [Dorothy whispers] Torned. Torned. Help me. [sighs] Oh, my God. That hat. She’s married. “Don.” [Dorothy whispers] Help me. [distorted voice, low] [Frank] Now it’s dark. Hit me. Hit me. [Dorothy shouts, echoing] [Jeffrey gasps softly] [Jeffrey] Man, oh, man. – Sandy, can you talk?
-[Sandy]Uh-uh. Mike’s here.Oh, he is.
I guess I’ll talk to you later then.Well, how’d it go?It went okay. I’ll tell you about it.I’ll pick you up at 8:00.New ax, 48721. 22.95. [register rings] I’ll see you then. –Okay, great.
– Bye-bye.Bye.[engine off] Well? [chuckles] Aren’t you gonna tell me about it? Okay. It’s a strange world, Sandy. Dorothy Vallens is married
to a man named Don. They have a son. I think the son and the husband have
been kidnapped by a man named Frank. Frank has done this
to force Dorothy to do things for him. I think she wants to die. I think Frank cut the ear I found
off her husband as a warning for her to stay alive. Frank is a… is a very dangerous man. My God. – Should you tell my father?
– No. I can’t do that. I can’t prove any of this. I found out my information illegally.
You could get into a lot of trouble. You saw a lot in one night. It is a strange world. Why are there people like Frank? Why is there so much trouble
in this world? I don’t know. I had a dream. In fact, it was the night I met you. In the dream, there was our world… and the world was dark
because there weren’t any robins. And the robins represented love. And for the longest time,
there was just this darkness. And all of a sudden, thousands of robins were set free. And they flew down
and brought this blinding light of love. And it seemed like that love would be the only thing
that would make any difference. And it did. So I guess it means… there is trouble till the robins come. You’re a neat girl. So are you. I mean… you’re a neat guy. Uh, I guess we better go. Yeah. I guess so. [engine starts] Hi. May I come in? Yes. Hurry, though. Are you all right? No, I’m not. Why are you here? – What do you want?
– I, uh – I looked for you in my closet tonight. It’s crazy, I know. I don’t know where you come from, but… I like you. It’s not crazy. I like you too. I liked being with you last night. Same here. Please be with me. Be with me, please. [Dorothy]
♪ Mae a flame burning brightly ♪♪ But when she left ♪♪ Gone was the glow ♪♪ Of ♪♪ Blue velvet ♪♪ But in my heart ♪♪ There’ll always be ♪♪ Precious and warm a memory ♪♪ Through the years ♪♪ And I still can see ♪♪ Blue velvet ♪♪ Through ♪♪ My tears ♪[thunder rumbling] [man giggling] [engine revving] [tires screeching] [thunder continues rumbling] [machinery clanking, rumbling] [man cackling] -[women on radio] ♪Lumberton♪
-[on radio: chain saw revving] [women] ♪ USA ♪[man] Logs, logs, logs. Lumbenfon, USA.At the sound of the falling tree –[wood cracking, thuds]…it’s 1:30.And this is the mighty voice of Lumberton,the town where people really know
how much wood 3 woodchuck chucks.[all] Seven, eight, nine, ten, 11, 12, 13,14,15, 16,17,18,19,20- – Keep going.
– Sandy? -…23, 24, 25!
– All right. -[clapping]
– Oh, great. – You’re late.
– I’m sorry. – What am I gonna do now?
– You wanna go talk to him? Yeah, but…
I don’t think it’s gonna do much good. – Let’s just go. I’ll try to talk to him later.
– Okay. -[clapping, cheering]
-[all] One! See that clock on the wall? Yeah. Five minutes from now, you’re not
gonna believe what I’ve told you. Number one:Today I staked out Frank’s place
with a camera.Now, there’s another man
involved in all this.I call him the Yellow Man.You saw his back the other day
at Dorothy’s apartment.Today I saw the Yellow Man go into
Frank’s building, laughing with Frank.Now, the only trouble is,
what does that prove? Nothing, really, but it’s interesting. Number two: I saw the Yellow Man come out
and meet up with a well-dressed man carrying an alligator briefcase. [shutter clicks] They went to this factory building
downtown, stood on a staircase
and looked off in the distance. Now get this.
In the distance, there was a murder.This drug dealer was shot to death
and a woman had her legs broken.-[woman groaning]
-[Sandy]Jeffrey.[camera shutter clicking] Then these two guys told me that the police
would find a huge amount of drugs in the dead dealer’s place. I can’t believe what you’re finding out. Are you gonna continue with this? Yeah. Until when? I mean,
what are you gonna do with this stuff? Well, I don’t know. You’re not going back to her apartment? Yeah. Jeffrey, why? I’m seeing something
that was always hidden. I’m involved in a mystery.
I’m in the middle of a mystery. And it’s all secret. You like mysteries that much? Yeah. You’re a mystery. I like you… very much. Oh, yeah? Jeffrey. Don’t, please. You worry about me, really? Yeah. Is that so surprising? Yeah, I worry… a lot. I got you into this. [chorus] ♪Blue velvet♪♪ Whoa, whoa ♪[Bobby Vinton]
♪ She were blue velvet ♪♪ Whoa, whoa ♪♪ Bluer than velvet was the night X♪ Whoa, whoa, whoa ♪– ♪ Softer than satin was the light ♪
-[knocking]♪ From the stars ♪♪ She wore blue velvet ♪♪ Whoa, whoa ♪♪ Bluer than velvet were her eyes ♪♪ Whoa, whoa, whoa X♪ Warmer than May her tender sighs ♪♪ Love was ours ♪
[fades] Come to my bedroom. What do you want to do? I’m doing it. Are you a bad boy? What do you mean? Do you wanna do bad things? Anything. Anything. What do you want? I want you to hurt me. No. I don’t want to hurt you.
I told you, I want to help you. Dorothy, I know some of what’s happening. Frank has your husband and son,
doesn’t he? Dorothy, you gotta do something –
go to the police or… No police. No police. Don! Hit me! No! No! Get away! Get away from my bed! Get away! [roaring, low, distorted] [Dorothy] I have your disease in me now. [music chiming] [thunder rumbling] He used to make me laugh. I’m sorry, Dorothy. I should go. Yes. You think I’m crazy, don’t you? I want you to stay. Don’t hate me. Oh, I sure don’t hate you. I’m not crazy. I know the difference
between right and wrong. That’s good. You’re my special friend. I still have you inside of me. It helps me. I need you. – I’ll call you.
– Okay. – Soon?
– Mmm. – Are you lying to me?
– No. – Are you sure?
-[Frank] Hey! Hello, baby. Who is this fuck? A friend. He’s from the neighborhood. We were just talking. Oh. You’re from the neighborhood. Yeah. You’re a neighbor. Well, what’s your name, neighbor? Jeffrey. He’s a good kid, Frank. Shut the fuck up! Hey, you wanna go for a ride? No, thanks. “No, thanks”? Wh-What does that mean? – I don’t want to go.
– Go where? – For a ride.
– A ride. Hell, that’s a good idea. Okay. Let’s go. Hey. Let’s go. Get your fuckin’ robe! Raymond? Come on. We’re gonna go for a joyride. Joyride. [tires screeching] [Frank laughing] All right, where do you want to go? [laughing] Oh, I know. We got to go to Ben’s, right? Oh, right. We’ve got to see Ben. [laughing] Yeah, we got to, got to, got to, got to. [man] We may all be killed. [Raymond cackling] He’s a pussy, Frank. He’s a pussy. Yeah, but he’s our pussy. Right, Tits? – Pussy heaven.
-[chuckling] – You ever been to pussy heaven?
– No. – Wh-What’d he say?
– No. No. Hasn’t been to pussy heaven. -[cackling]
-[all laughing] -[man on police radio, indistinct]
– Ooh! Po-lice call. Po-lice call. Bury that fuck! This… is… it. Raymond? Thank you, Raymond. Oh. Frank’s here. Come on. I want you to meet a friend of mine. Hey, Raymond?
You get enough beer for Ben too. – What kind of beer do you like?
– Heineken. Heineken? Fuck that shit! Pabst Blue Ribbon! [all laughing] [Frank] Hey-hey! I brought some friends. I brought some beer. [Ben] Fine, Frank, fine. Hey. Oh. Oh, Frank. This is a fine surprise
that you brought your friends. I love surprises. Please, sit down. Suave. Goddamn, you are one suave fucker. – You want some beer?
– Of course, Frank. Darling. Darling, could you bring some glasses? And we’ll have a beer with Frank.
Thank you. Please, sit down. Shit, man. How the shit are you? Fine, Frank, fine. How are you? Fuckin’ good. I’m real fuckin’ good. [whispers] A candy-colored clown. [Raymond] Here today… gone tomorrow. [cackling] That doesn’t scare me. [Frank laughs] I’m Paul. What’s your name? Jeffrey. [Raymond laughing] Where’s the glasses? That beer’s gonna get warm. One thing I can’t fuckin’ stand is warm beer!
It makes me fuckin’ puke! It’s all right.
Darling, where’s the glasses? Here, Frank. Here come the glasses. See, here are the glasses. Raymond, where’s the fuckin’ beer, man? It’s right here, Frank. – Do you want me to pour it?
– No, I want you to fuck it! Shit, yes, pour the fuckin’ beer! There you go. [Ben] Thank you. – Let’s drink up.
-[clears throat] – Here’s to your health.
– Shit, let’s drink to somethin’ else. Let’s drink to fucking. Yeah, say, “Here’s to your fuck, Frank.” If you like, Frank. Here’s to your fuck. Cheers. [Frank] Cheers. Wow. Suave, man. You are so fuckin’ suave. – Hey, we love Ben.
-[man] We love Ben. – Here’s to Ben!
– Here’s to Ben. Hey, neighbor. Here’s to Ben. – Here’s to Ben.
– Be polite! Here’s to Ben. See that, Ben? I can make him do anything I please. Thank you for the toast.
That was very nice, neighbor. Did he hurt your little face? [Frank laughing] That feel better? Hey. Frank, I have something for you. Would you excuse us all
for a moment, please?Excuse us, por favor.Raymond, do a little babysitting. I’m Paul. [Frank murmurs] Gordon went right up to ’em in broad daylight,
of course, ’cause he’s the man, right? And he took all those drugs away,
and it was fuckin’ beautiful. A candy-colored clown
they call the Sandman. For me. Uh, let Tits see her kid, huh? [Dorothy gasps] -[knocks] [Frank] A candy-colored clown
they call the Sandman. [Dorothy] Donny! Donny! -[boy] Mama. Mama.
– Oh, Donny! No! No! Donny, Mama loves you! No! No. [stereo plays Roy Orbison
singing “In Dreams”]♪ A candy-colored clown
They call the Sandman ♪♪ Tiptoes to my room every night ♪♪ Just to sprinkle stardust
And to whisper :♪ “Go to sleep ♪♪ Everything is all right” ♪♪ I close my eyes ♪♪ Then I drift away ♪♪ Into the magic night ♪♪ I softly say ♪♪ A silent prayer ♪♪ Like dreamers do ♪♪ Then I fall asleep to dream ♪♪ My dreams of you ♪♪ In dreams ♪♪ I walk ♪♪ With you ♪♪ In dreams ♪♪ I talk ♪♪ To you ♪♪ In dreams ♪♪ You’re mine ♪♪ All the time ♪♪ We ‘re together ♪[music stops] All right! Let’s hit the fuckin’ road! We’re givin’ our neighbor a joyride! Let’s get on with it! Bye, Ben. Anyone, uh, wanna go on a joyride with us? How ’bout you? Huh? Hey. No smile for Frank? No? Okay, fuck it! Let’s go! You want to go with Raymond? Come on. I’ll see you Tuesday, Frank. Right, Ben. Now it’s dark. Let’s fuck! I’ll fuck anything that moves! [laughs] [tires screech] Where are we going, Frank? I’m takin’ your neighbor
out to the fuckin’ country. [laughing] Hey, do you like to walk? – Hey, I’m talkin’ to you, shithead.
– What? He said “What?” Frank. [laughing] “What?” Hey! What has this fuck
got to do with anything? – Jesus, goddamn.
-[tires squealing] You fuck! What are you looking at? Nothing. Don’t you look at me, fuck! I shoot when I see the whites of the eyes. [hissing] [inhaling deeply] You’re like me. [moaning] Oh, look at those. [moaning] What are these? Please, Frank.
Please, Frank, let’s go. Please. Don’t say “please,” fuckhead! [inhaling deeply] Ooh, baby.
Ooh, baby wants to pinch them. Ooh. Ooh. What’s the matter? Ooh. Ooh.
Give ’em back. Ooh. Ooh. What’s the matter?
They’re just a little red, that’s all. Ooh, just let me feel ’em.
Oh, come here. Mmm. Hey, leave her alone! [Dorothy gasps, cries out] [Frank] Oh, damn! Next! You! Out of the car, fuck! Get him out of the car, Raymond! – Frank! Frank! He didn’t mean anything!
– Shut up! Shut up. [hissing] Pretty, pretty. Pretty, pretty. Frank! Frank, leave him alone! Frank! Frank! Paul. Candy-colored clown. You’re fuckin’ lucky to be alive.♪ A candy-colored clown
They call the Sandman ♪♪ Tiptoes to my room every night ♪
– Look at me.♪ Just to sprinkle stardust
And to whisper ♪♪ “Go to sleep ♪– ♪Everything is all right”♪
– Candy-colored clown.♪ I close my eyes ♪♪ Then I drift away ♪Don’t be a good neighbor to her.♪ Into the magic night ♪– I’ll send you a love letter…
– ♪I softly say♪ straight from my heart, fucker! Do you know what a love letter is? It’s a bullet from a fuckin’ gun, fucker. You receive a love letter from me,
you are fucked forever! You understand, fuck? I’ll send you straight to hell, fucker!♪ I walk ♪♪ With you ♪In dreams… I walk with you.♪ In dreams I talk to you ♪In dreams… I talk… to you.♪ In dreams you’re mine ♪In dreams… you’re mine.♪ All the time ♪All…♪ We ‘re together ♪♪ In dreams ♪Forever in dreams.♪ But just ♪♪ Before the dawn ♪♪ I awake and find ♪[whispers, inaudible]♪ You gone ♪♪ I can’t help it ♪♪ I can’t help it ♪♪ If I cry ♪Feel my muscles. Huh? Feel ’em! Huh? You like that?♪ Good-bye ♪Hold him tight for me.♪ It’s too bad ♪Frank, stop it!♪ That all these things ♪Frank, stop it! Frank! Stop!♪ Can only happen in my dreams ♪Frank, stop it! Stop it! Stop it, Frank!♪ Only in dre -♪[flame roaring] [echoing, faint]
♪ In dreams you’re mine ♪Hit me. [sobbing] No, Donny, Mama loves you! [crying continues] Jeffrey, what do you mean,
you’re lucky to be able to call me?Things got a little out of hand.I know some things. They could help
your father, but you might get into trouble. Look, forget me. You’ve got to tell him. Okay. I promise I won’t mention you. Jeffrey, I mean it. It doesn’t matter. Good. I’ll see you Friday, if not before.– Okay.
– Good. – Bye-bye, Sandy.
– Bye.– I don’t want to talk about it.
– But – Everything is okay now. I just don’t want to talk about it. But sometimes
it’s good to talk things over, Jeffrey. For instance,
they say that many marriages – Aunt Barbara… I love you, but you’re gonna get it. [police radio chatter] [Jeffrey whispers] Gordon. Gordon went right up to ’em in broad daylight,
of course, ’cause he’s the man, right? And he took all those drugs away,
and it was beautiful. [doorbell rings] I got it. – Jeffrey. Come on in.
– Jeffrey? Hi, Sandy. Hi, Jeffrey. I’m sorry to bother you,
but I need to talk to you. Okay. Looks like you had a bad face-lift. – Yeah.
– Come on into my study. I have to show you some photos
and tell you some things about them. This is the first picture. It’s Frank Booth. He is a very sick and dangerous man. His address is on the back of the photo. This photo is of Frank and another man
as they went into Frank’s building. And then that man came out
and met with a third man. This well-dressed guy. Here’s that photo. I think a woman named Dorothy Vallens
is in trouble with these people. I think Frank kidnapped
her husband and son. I have no hard proof of any of this. [scraping] – Is Sandy part of this?
– Oh, no. No. Who else knows you have these photos? Just you and the photo lab. – And you’re through with this business now?
– Yes, sir, I am. For now, all right, you better be. And Sandy better not be
involved with this, I can tell you. Be prepared to come in
for further interrogation on this later. Yes, sir. [door opens] Is everything okay? Yeah. [louder] Is Friday still on? – You didn’t tell him about me?
– No. Why did I ever get you going on this,
Jeffrey? – Of course Friday’s still on.
– Great. See you then. Good night, Detective Williams. – Night, Sandy.
– Good night, Jeffrey. Dad? What’s wrong? There’d better be nothing wrong. [monitor beeping] – Looks like it’s straight.
-[doorbell rings] – Okay. I’ll get it.
– Okay, thanks. – Good evening, Jeffrey. Come on in.
– Thanks, Mrs. Williams. – She’s all ready.
– Okay. You look great. Thanks. – Hello, Detective Williams.
– Hello, Jeffrey. – You all set?
– Almost. Hey, John, get a move on. Just a minute, Tom. Easy does it, Jeffrey. Behave yourself. Don’t blow it. Come on, John. Get it in gear, pal. So long, Jeffrey. – You two have a nice time tonight, okay?
– Okay. What’s going on? Just a little fatherly advice. That’s right, Jeffrey. Come on. – Bye,Dad.
– Bye. Good night, Mom. Bye. Have a good time. – Night, Sandy.
– Good night, Tom. Jeffrey, what was that all about? It’s nothing. Really. It’s good to see you. It’s good to see you. You look beautiful. Thank you. [speakers: country rock playing] Hi. Just a minute. [chattering] – Lookin’ good!
– Thank you. – It’s all taken care of.
– Okay. -[speakers: country rock fades]
– Um, you want something to drink? [speakers: ballad starts] Want to dance? Yeah.[woman] ♪ Sometimes a Wind blows ♪♪ And you and I ♪♪ Float ♪♪ In love ♪♪ And kiss forever ♪♪ In a darkness ♪♪ And the mysteries of love ♪I love you, Jeffrey.♪ Come clear ♪I love you too.♪ In you ♪♪ In me ♪♪ And show ♪♪ That we ♪♪ Are love ♪[Sandy] Bye. See you later. – Bye.
– Good night. [engine starts] [tires screeching] [tires screeching] -[horn honking]
-[tires screeching] – What’s goin’ on?
– What is it? They’re gonna hit us. – Oh, my God, what’s wrong?
– It’s Frank. [tires screeching] Move it! -[horn honks]
-[Jeffrey] Hang on. I can’t outrun this guy. – My father’s got a gun at home.
– Jeffrey, no. Sandy, this guy’s a killer, I promise you. It’s Mike! Jeffrey, it’s Mike. Oh, my God. Oh. [boy] Whoo! Get him, Mike! [engines off] Get outta the car!
Come on! Get outta there! You stole my girl, you bastard.
Now I’m gonna kick your ass. Come on! Right here, right in front
of your own stupid house. – Get outta here!
– Mike, stop it. Shut up! Just shut up, all right? Nobody’s talkin’ to you, all right? – Come on.
– Mike, look, I don’t wanna cause any problems. Who’s that, huh? Is that your mother?
That your mother? – Dorothy.
– That your mother, Jeffrey? – No, come here, you Ivy League shit.
– I gotta take care of someone who’s hurt, in case you didn’t notice. Dorothy Vallens? Come on. [Mike] I’m really… Hey, I – I’m sorry. I’m really sorry. – I di – I didn’t know. I’m really sorry.
– It’s okay. It’s okay. I thought you were gonna kill him, man. We’ve gotta get her out of here. Take her to my house. My father can
get an ambulance faster than anyone. His partner won’t be there, will he? – No, probably not. Why?
– Nothing. -[tires squealing]
– Watch out for Mike. -[tires screeching]
– Oh, God. Is that you, Jeffrey? Yeah. It’s me. Oh, Jeffrey. Jeffrey. Dad? Mom? -[Mrs. Williams] I’m in here, honey.
– Mom? All right, I’ll be right there. Is Dad home? No. He oughta – You better call him.
And, uh, get an ambulance. [Dorothy] Where have you been? Oh, God. Oh, God, they’ve hurt him. Oh, Jeffrey! Jeffrey, Jeffrey, hold me! – Hold me! Hold me!
– It’s okay, it’s okay. – Oh, God.
– It’s okay. Shh. It’s okay. [whispers] My secret lover. I’ve called for an ambulance,
and the police are on their way. [shouts] Don’t get the police! Stop it! I love you! Love me! He put his disease in me. Tell me it’s all right
I opened myself to you. – Tell me it’s all right. It’s all right.
– Sandy, please. Sandy? I’ll get a coat to put on her. Jeffrey? – What’s going on here?
– I’ll tell you. They… They’ve hurt his head. Who, Dorothy? Don. Help him. Help him. Promise me you’ll help him! [siren wailing] [Jeffrey whispers] Okay. – He put his disease in me.
-[Sandy sobs] [siren growing louder] [siren stops] Would you like to come with us
in the ambulance or take your own car? I’ll be right with you. I should go. – Sandy. Hold me! I’m falling! – I’m falling! Hold me!
-[siren wailing] You lied to me. [Jeffrey]Sandy, please, forgive me.I love you.I forgive you, Jeffrey. I love you. God, I love you. I – I – But I couldn’t watch that. – Is she okay?
– Yeah, she’s okay.Listen, get ahold of your father.Tell him to send the police over
to Dorothy’s apartment right away.Tell him to hurry. I’m leaving right now.– Jeffrey, no.
– Ihaveto.– I love you.
– Oh, God, be careful.I will. Believe me. Where is… Where is my dream? [tires squeal] Look, this is an emergency. He said someone was hurt,
and he wants Detective Williams there. [man]We do not know his whereabouts
at this time.Well, find him! [electronic humming] [man on radio]Get back and stay down.Frank Booth, apartment 26.Lieutenant, we’re at Frank’s place now.The raid has commenced, as scheduled.Stay in place.[woman]
♪ Love letters straight from your heart ♪Number 25 is vacant,
so maybe we can go through there.♪ Keep us so near ♪♪ While apart ♪♪ I’m not alone ♪♪ In the night ♪I’m gonna let them find you on their own.♪ When I can have ♪♪ All the love ♪♪ You write ♪♪ I memorize ♪♪ Every line ♪[car tires squeal] [car door opens, closes] [police radio chatter] [police radio chatter continues] [footsteps approaching on stairway] Detective Williams. Detective Williams?Detective Williams here.
Is that you, Jeffrey?Yeah, it’s me. Listen, I’m hiding
in Dorothy Vallens’ apartment. Frank is on his way up here
in the well-dressed-man disguise. I’ve got no way out. He – He’s got a radio. Jeffrey! Detective Williams? I’m hiding in the back bedroom.
Please hurry. [crashing into door] Hey, neighbor. You shit-for-brains, man!
You forgot I have a police radio? One well-dressed fuckin’ man knows
where your fuckin’ cute little butt’s hidin’, huh. You stupid fuck. Fuck with me, man. Here I come. Ready or not. [man on radio]
Lockdown inprogress.[volume lowers] [transmission continues on other radio]
Cars 27 through 25. – You fuck!
–Car27, proceed –I can hear your fuckin’ radio,
you stupid shit! You got about one fuckin’ second
to live, buddy! You’re one sorry piece of shit, mister. [inhaling deeply] Hey, pretty, pretty! -[silenced gunshots]
– [inhaling] -[Frank moaning]
-[gunshots continue] What the fuck!
Where are you? Where are you? [cocks gun] [chuckles] Oh, Jeffrey. [gasps] It’s all over, Jeffrey. [sirens wailing]♪ And kiss forever ♪♪ In a darkness ♪♪ And the mysteries of love ♪[birds chirping]♪ Come clear ♪♪ And dance ♪♪ In light ♪♪ In you ♪[Sandy] Jeffrey, lunch is ready. Okay.♪ In me ♪♪ And show that we ♪How you guys doin’? – Hey, Jeffrey.
– Hey, Jeff. – Feelin’ much better now, Jeff.
– Good deal, Dad. Sandy, look. – Lunchtime.
– Okay, Jeffrey. Sounds good. [Sandy]
Jeffrey, come over here and look at this. Look. [Jeffrey] Yeah, I saw him outside. Maybe the robins are here. I don’t see how they could do that. I could never eat a bug. It’s a strange world. Isn’t it?♪ Sometimes a wind blows ♪♪ And the mysteries of love ♪♪ Come clear ♪[Dorothy] ♪ And I still can see ♪♪ Blue velvet ♪♪ Through ♪♪ My ♪♪ Tears ♪[song ends]