Are any of you boys Smithies?

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Ulysses Everett McGill

Say, any of you boys smithies? Or, if not smithies per se, were you otherwise trained in the metallurgic arts before straitened circumstances forced you into a life of aimless wanderin’? Well, any human being will cast about in a moment of stress.

who elected you leader of this outfit?

Ulysses Everett McGill : Well Pete, I figured it should be the one with the capacity for abstract thought. But if that ain’t the consensus view, then hell, let’s put it to a vote. Pete : Suits me.

what does the blind man say in O Brother Where Art Thou?

The blind man interrupts him with a strange prophecy: “You will find fortune, though it will not be the fortune you seek. But first you must travel a long and difficult road, a road fraught with peril. You shall see things wonderful to tell.

When was O Brother Where Art Thou set?

Set in Mississippi during the Great Depression and (purportedly) loosely based on Homer’s The Odyssey, Joel and Ethan Coen’s 2000 film O Brother, Where Art Thou?

is You or Is You not my constituency?

Homer Stokes : Is you is, or is you ain’t, my constituency? Homer Stokes : These boys is not white! These boys is not white!

What is the plot of Oh Brother Where Art Thou?

Ulysses Everett McGill (George Clooney) is having difficulty adjusting to his hard-labor sentence in Mississippi. He scams his way off the chain gang with simple Delmar (Tim Blake Nelson) and maladjusted Pete (John Turturro), then the trio sets out to pursue freedom and the promise of a fortune in buried treasure. With nothing to lose and still in shackles, their hasty run takes them on an incredible journey of awesome experiences and colorful characters.

What is the treasure in O Brother Where Art Thou?

Everett has told Pete and Delmar that there is a treasure he’s stolen ($1.2 million) hidden away and that if they help him get to it he will split it with them. While walking on the road the next day they are picked up by George “Baby Face” Nelson who robs a bank with the boys, gives them their cut and then leaves.

Who is Big Dan in O Brother?

Big Dan Teague is a major antagonist in O Brother Where Art Thou. He is a one-eyed small-time crook, who makes a living charming his victims with his smooth tongue and jocular attitude before robbing them. He is portrayed by famous American actor John Goodman, who also played Ocious P.

Did Oh Brother Where Art Thou win any awards?

Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

Where was last scene in O Brother Where Art Thou filmed?

O Brother, Where Art Thou? ( 2000) A short drive north to Canton is the old-time courthouse square, site of Homer’s political rally. Additional sites from Natchez to Vicksburg to Leland are also featured, with a picturesque railroad bridge in Edwards providing the closing scene.

How does the Odyssey relate to O Brother Where Art Thou?

The Odyssey- Odysseus and his crew meet Polyphemus, a cyclops living on an island with his brothers. O Brother, where art thou-Everett and his friends meet Big Dan Teague, an (“cyclops”) huge man who can only see out of one eye. O Brother Where Art Thou- Everett doesn’t want Pete’s or Delmar’s help.

Is O Brother Where Art Thou the Odyssey?

The opening titles inform us that the Coen Brothers’ “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” is based on Homer’s The Odyssey . The Coens claimed their “Fargo” was based on a true story, but later confided it wasn’t; this time they confess they haven’t actually read The Odyssey . Still, they’ve absorbed the spirit.

What does art thee mean?

We know that “thou” means “you” and that you is the subject of the sentence. A few other archaic words crop up here. Art is a form of the word “be” and wherefore means “what is the purpose of.”

What does Where Art Thou mean?

As others have noted, “where art thou” is literally “where are you”. But the most common place people have (mis)heard that phrase is from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, where the line by Juliet is actually “Wherefore art thou Romeo?”, which means, “Why are you Romeo?”, *not* “Where are you, Romeo?”.