Boxcar Bertha (1972) directed by Martin Scorsese. Barbara Hershey as Boxcar Bertha and Barry Primus as Rake Brown (not pictured)

Bertha: Folks? May I have your attention? Folks?
Rake: Shhh. The lady would like to say somethin’… Go ahead kid.
Bertha: Thank you. Yes, I’d just like to say this is a holdup. We’ve come for your money and jewels. So, if you’d just line up against that wall there, Bill, Rake and Von won’t have t’ shoot ya.

One Response to “Boxcar Bertha (1972)”

  1. Usually regarded as minor Scorsese and a copy cat of BONNIE AND CLYDE, but I believe time has been very kind to it myself.

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