“Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean” quotes(1982)
Plot – James Dean, one of the young lions of the '50s and an award winner in Stevenson's "The Giant", died tragically in 1955. Twenty years later in McCarthy, Texas, where that movie was shot, some of his hard core fans gather in the local drugstore, home of their club. Members to the club are: dull Edna Louise, soon to be mother for the seventh time; prosperous and frantic Sissy, who helps the elderly widow Juanita, the store owner; Mona, a poor woman obsessed with the idea that James Dean is the father of her son Jimmy; fat loud Stella and elegant enigmatic Joanna. Between hugs and bickering, old songs, a few beers drunk inside a modest general store full of odds and ends and the sultry heat of the Texas countryside, the women talk, commiserate, rant and rave in the apparently happy memory of the good old days but bitterly comparing the image of their youth with the frustrations and disappointments of their present. In painful honesty, the women talk and tear each other apart in tears and hysterical laughter, but nevertheless still set a date for another rally in honor of their idol.
All actors – Sandy Dennis, Cher, Karen Black, Sudie Bond, Kathy Bates, Marta Heflin, Mark Patton, Caroline Aaron, Ruth Miller, Gena Ramsel, Ann Risley, Dianne Travisshow all
“Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean” Quotes 10 quotes
“- Juanita: I wonder what made God turn away from me like that.
- Sissy: I just think, um, there's so many people in the world nowadays, it's hard for him to give the personal attention that he used to.”
“He is a sick boy and should be treated before he grows up into a communist.”
“- Joanne: Time is such a nebulous date to wait for.
- Mona: And patience, they say, is a virtue.”
- Juanita: You do far too much messing around. I'm going to ask my "Friday Bible Club" to devote a prayer session to you.
- Sissy: Why dont you pray for them people in China? They need it a hell of a lot more than I do.
- Juanita: We were praying for them, but it didn't seem to do much good. Now we pray for rain.
“I never could stand people who keep sayin' they're gonna go and then they never do.”
“Prosperity, unfortunately, it's a fleeting thing.”
“I thought this night was dedicated to remembering those days... that made us all what we are today.”