“How’d you like to do a little business with me?” from the film “Paper Moon.” Moze asks Addie if she wants to go into business with him. Ideal for Adult Males in their 30s. 1-2 Mins.
Written By: Alvin Sargent
How’d you like to do a little business with me? Now, don’t get nervous, I’ll pay ya back. I’m just sayin’ while we’re headin’ East, maybe we could do a little business together, that’s all. You’re lookin’ at me like I’m out to cheat ya or something’. I’m just makin’ ya a business proposition, take it or leave it. And turn off that radio! You like to drive us all deaf with that radio.
But I want ya to remember somethin’, you let me decide on the price. Maybe you don’t know French, but there’s somethin’ in the world called “fine-ess.” (getting angrier) Twelve dollars. I never sold no Bible for twelve dollars. That man was a law officer. You coulda had me put in jail.
I don’t care if we got it. Don’t you go makin’ no decisions. I’ll make the decisions. All you have t’do is look like a pretty, little girl. You, uh. . . ain’t got somethin’ like a ribbon in that cigar box, do you?