BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures

Undercover Cop

Focus Features original film BlacKkKlansman gave Spike Lee his first Oscar.

#BlackKklansman is based on literature of the same name.

rottentomatoes: 96%

metacritic: 83

imdb: 7.5

oscars: 1 win

golden globes: 4 nominations

SAG awards: 3 nominations



Ron Stallworth, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, John David WashingtonDetective Ron Stallworth

Detective Ron Stallworth opens an investigation that would infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan outside of 1970’s Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Ron Stallworth, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, John David WashingtonBest Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

1 nomination: 2019

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

1 nomination: 2019

“I went to college, sir.  I have mixed feelings, sir.  No, I would not, sir.  No, sir.  Only on special occasions, sir.  Only those prescribed by my doctor, sir.  Uh, yes, sir.  But my father was in the military, and my parents, they raised me the right way.  Sir, they treat me right, I treat them right.  Would that happen, sir?  I know the Jackie Roosevelt Robinson story, sir.  If I had to, sir, yes.  Yes, I would.  Thank you for the opportunity, gentlemen.” — Ron Stallworth

“Yeah.  I loved her in The Last Picture Show.  I think she’s a really good actress.  May I have a minute, please?  Sergeant Trapp, Chief Bridges, I’ll get right to it.  I’d like to be an undercover detective.  Whichever department works, sir.  I think I can do some real good there.  I’m young.  There’s a real niche for me.  Get in where I fit in.  I’ll do whatever it takes.  And I hate the records room.  Chief, do you want me clean-shaven?  I can even chop down the natural.”– Ron Stallworth

“No ***** here.  I said I don’t have any *****.  I do have human beings.  You give me their names, I’ll get you the file.”– Ron Stallworth

“Hello.  Uh, yeah, Chief.  Um, worked an all-night shift.  Yes, sir.  Thank you.”– Ron Stallworth

“Sorry.  Won’t happen again.  Yep.  Born ready.”– Ron Stallworth

“Any chance this thing fucks up?  Then what?  Which is?  Like jazz.  You mean a joint?  Soul brother, I’m already high on life.  Can you dig it?  My man.  Will that happen?  Shit.  Blood, get that gun out of my face.  Peace, love and soul.  I de-escalate– talk calmly, firmly, find a way out of there ASAP.  Okay.  I got it.  I’m gone.”– Ron Stallworth

“How are you, uh… how are you doing this evening, my sister?  Indeed, it is.  Who?  Oh, uh, uh… well, actually, I haven’t, but… I didn’t realize he changed his name.  Hmm.  Well, that is heavy. You know how he got to Colorado Springs?  Oh, I can dig it.  I can dig it.  Are you, uh… are you part of the Union?  Really?  I’m talking to the president right now?  Right on, sister.  Well, I bought a ticket.  May I skip the line since I’m talking to the president?  See you inside?  Mrs. President.  Right on.  Right on.  All power to all the people!”– Ron Stallworth

“Brother… I gotta ask you something.  Do you really think war between the black race and the white race is inevitable?  God bless you.”– Ron Stallworth

“You looked great on that stage tonight.  All right.  I don’t know what you have planned now, but maybe I can buy you a drink?  What?!  I can dig it.  Mm-hmm.  Damn right.  Ye-yes.  All power to all the people.  Hey.  Say what?”– Ron Stallworth

“You see the officer’s names?  Oh.  Come on.  Let’s dance.  Follow me.  Come on.  Come on, come on, come on.  ♪  It’s too late to turn back now ♪ I believe, I believe I believe I’m falling in love ♪  It’s too late to turn back now ♪  It’s too late to turn back now ♪  Come on, you know it, you know it.”– Ron Stallworth

“Folks were hanging on every word.  But I don’t think that means black folks were ready to start the revolution, Chief.  Nobody in there was talking about that.  That wasn’t the vibe.  Everybody was cool.  Yeah, he said that, but, Chief, I think it was just talk, you know?  Rhetoric.  Kwame Ture.  He changed his name from Stokely Carmichael to Kwame Ture.  Did you hear the story Patrice told me?  About how the CSPD puller over here and Ture?  Kwame Ture.  Correct, sir.  No, just doing my job, Chief.  Undercover.  I would never jeopardize a case, sir.”– Ron Stallworth

“What will I be doing there?”– Ron Stallworth

“Hello.  This is Ron Stallworth calling.  I saw your advertisement in the Colorado Springs Gazette.  I’m interested in receiving some reading materials from you.  My phone number is 103-9994.  I’m very much looking forward to you returning my call.”– Ron Stallworth

“Ron Stallworth here.  The Organization?  Well, since you asked… since you asked, I hate *******.  I hate ****.  ***** and *****.  ****** and ******.  But my mouth to God’s ears, I really hate those ****** rats.  And anyone else, really, that doesn’t have pure white Aryan blood running through their veins.  My sister, Pamela, she was just recently accosted by one of those ***** *****.  Yeah.  Every time I think about that ***** ****** putting his filthy ****** hands on her pure-as-white-driven-snow body… I mean pure, Walter.  She’s a saint.  She’s an angel.  It makes me want to puke.  How about Friday night after I get off work?  God bless white America.  Oh, motherfucker.”– Ron Stallworth

“They want to meet me first.  Mm-hmm.  Good call, Sarge.  How so, Chief?  How exactly does a black man talk?  If you don’t mind, I’d like to speak for myself.  Thank you, Sarge.  Chief, some of us can speak King’s English.  Others speak jive.  Ron Stallworth here happens to be fluent in both.  Well, I’ve established contact and created some familiarity with the Klansman over the phone.  I’ll continue in that role, but I’ll need another officer– surprise, surprise, a white officer– to play me when they meet face-to-face.  Chief, black Ron Stallworth over the phone, white Ron Stallworth face-to-face, so there becomes a combined Ron Stallworth.  I believe we can.  With the right white man, we can do anything.”– Ron Stallworth

“Sorry.  It’ll never happen again.  Okay, all right, let’s move on.  Let’s, uh… let’s go to our bio.  Whereabout?  KWYD, Christian talk in the morning, although the signal starts to cut out near Pueblo.  On the way back, I like to turn it to 102.7 to get my Allman Brothers fix.  Only I have to change it every time that British ***, David Bowie, pipes on.  I mean, who doesn’t, right?  Remember, you have to retain all the information you share with these guys.  The juice!  We as a Negro people appreciate your love, but don’t share that love with these guys.  For you, it’s the fucking Osmonds, right?  Fair?  Now, what else?  Wh-who are you meeting with?  Become his friend.  Let’s get invited back.  I’m on the phone with the Klan.  You meet with them in person.  And you need to try and sound like my voice.  All right.  Here.  Yeah.  You, too, Jimmy.  That’s right.  You wanted to be black, here’s your chance.  Lookie here.  Some people say we’ve got a lot of malice.  Some say it’s a lot of nerve.  Come on, come on.  This is life and death here.  Come on.   Come on.  Some say it’s a lot of nerve.  Nerve!  Please, now.  For all our sakes, do it now, please.  Let-let it flow, though.  Let it flow.  Okay.  I say we won’t quit moving till we get what we deserve.  We’ve been buked, and we’ve been scorned.  ‘Buked.’  Say that.  Disrespected.  You’ve been disrespected, Flip.  You.  this has got to flow, from the… we’ve been treated bad, talked about.  All right, get that shit out.  Just as sure as you’re born, but just as sure as it take.  Two eyes to make a pair.  Huh!  Huh!  Huh!  Huh!  Brother, we can’t quit till we get our share.  Say it loud.  I’m black, and I’m proud.  Say it for O.J., Jimmy.  You, too.  Say it loud.  I’m black, and I’m proud.  Say it loud.  I’m black, and I’m proud.  That’s right.  There it is.  I believed you.  Flip, you’re Jewish?”– Ron Stallworth

“Come on, let’s roll.  What are they saying?  They-they saying where they’re going?  Damn!”– Ron Stallworth

“They liked you.  You think he got a good look at my face.  You get the papers?  They want you to join.  Yeah.  Yeah, they want a black man to join the Ku Klux Klan.  I’d say that’s mission impossible.  Double success.  We’re in!”– Ron Stallworth

“Enough that we’d like to dig deeper.  One of the men discussed plans for a possible attack, so… either way, at this point, we’re looking for full support from the department on this, Sarge.  Thank you, Sarge.”– Ron Stallworth

“What do you mean?  I don’t really use that word.  ‘Pigs.’  Cops.  Police.  Officers.  So, you think all cops are racist?  Hmm.  He’s got some good ideas.  I don’t agree with all of them, but he’s a smart brother, definitely worth hearing.  Do we always have to talk politics?  Do you ever take time off?  Sister Angela Davis, most righteous sister, can we please spend some quality time together?  Sister Kathleen Cleaver, I didn’t.  Excuse me?  You mean a cop?  No.  I’m in construction.  But more importantly, I’m a black man who wants to get to know a strong, intelligent, beautiful sister.  The very one I’m looking at right now.  You dig?  That’s what I’m talking about.  Power to the people.  That’s right, sister.”– Ron Stallworth

“Ron here.  Uh… my allergies… allergies acting up again.  I’m honored.  Sounds good to me.”– Ron Stallworth

“Duke?  Politics?  How so?  Keep going.  Hmm.  Sarge… come on.  America would never elect somebody like David Duke president of the United States of America.”– Ron Stallworth

“Sh… shit, shit.”– Ron Stallworth

“No, sir.  I mean, is he gonna hear about it, Sarge?”– Ron Stallworth

“And he didn’t.  Flip, it’s intel.  This is the job.  What’s your problem?  Why haven’t you bought into this?  Because you’re Jewish, brother.  The so-called chosen people.  You’ve been passing a WASP.  White Anglo-Saxon Protestant, cherry pie, hot dog, white boy.  Mmm.  It’s what some light-skinned black folks do.  They pass for white.  Doesn’t that hatred you’ve been hearing the Klan say… doesn’t that piss you off?  Then why you acting like you ain’t got skin in the game, brother?  It’s our business.  Now, I’m going to get you your membership card so you can go to the cross burning and get in deeper with these guys.  Right, partner?”– Ron Stallworth

“This is Ron Stallworth calling from Colorado Springs, Colorado.  How are you today, sir?  I-I desperately want to participate in my chapter’s honorary events, but I can’t until I receive my membership card.  Great.  Um, who am I speaking with?  Did you just say your name was David Duke?  Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan?  That-that David Duke?  National director, too, huh?  That’s amazing.  I’m honored to be speaking with you, sir.  I’m not afraid to say it.  I consider you a true white American hero.  No, sir.  Amen.  It seems like there’s less and less of us out there these days.  Mmm. Now, about that memberships card… thank you, sir.  I can’t express to you how much this means to me.  God bless white America, sir.”– Ron Stallworth


Flip Zimmerman, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Adam DriverDetective Flip Zimmerman

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

1 nomination: 2019

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture

1 nomination: 2019

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role

1 nomination: 2019

“Jimmy, the rookie’s late.  I’m not ready.” — Flip Zimmerman

“Oh, fuck yeah.  Uh… improvise.  This isn’t some big bust.  We just want some intel.  That’s it.  And if someone pulls a gun on you?  Barrel of a .45 in your face.  Finger on the trigger.  Now what?  Gun is still in your face.  Relax.  We’ll be outside listening in.  Got it?  ‘All power to all the people.’  Okay.  Ron Stallworth.  I do wholesale manufacturing.  Pueblo.” — Flip Zimmerman

“That’s what I thought, too.” — Flip Zimmerman

“Five, four, three, two, one.  Swish!  Did I just hear you use your real name?  That’s your real name, right?  Isn’t… isn’t it Ron Stallworth?  Right, isn’t that his real name?  Well, good luck, Ron, with your new Redneck friends.” — Flip Zimmerman

“You’re late.  Jimmy, when’s the last time they let a rookie lead an investigation.  Oh, that’s right– never.  Jimmy, I’m glad you asked.  It’s a straight shot down I-25.  Hour, tops.  What do we listen to?  Jimmy, I always wanted to be black.  All my heroes were black guys.  Willie Mays.  Wilt the stilt.  But you know my absolute favorite?  O.J.  Whew!  Of course I did.  I get to play you, but you don’t get to play me?  Jimmy, does that sound fair?  Walter… Breachway.  Well, look at you.  Okay.  Anything else, sir?  And?  Godfather.  Lookie here.  Some people say we got a lot of malice.  Some… oh, is it?  You want me to do this now?  Some say it’s a lot of nerve.  I’m flowing.  I say we won’t quit moving… until we get what we deserve.  We’ve been buke… what does ‘buked’ mean?  Why doesn’t he just say that.  We’ve been buked, and we’ve been scorned.  We’ve been buked.  We’ve been scorned.  We’ve been treated bad, talked about.  Just as sure as you’re born, but just as sure as it take.  Two eyes to make a pair.  Huh!  Huh!  Huh!  Brother, we can’t quit till we get our share.  Doesn’t make grammatical sense, but okay.  Say it loud.  I’m black, and I’m proud.  Say it loud.  I’m black, and I’m proud.  Jimmy, it’s not a Jewish necklace.  It’s a Star of David.  I don’t know.  Am I?” — Flip Zimmerman

“That’s me.  You must be Walter.  Well, I was told I’d be meeting a Walter Breachway.  Oh, hell yeah.  Been having trouble lately with these local *******.  Makes me sick.  But it’s also, you know, camaraderie I’m looking for with the Klan.  Camaraderie?  The Klan?  Hey, I over-stand.  Right.  You got it.  The Organization.  What?  The Organization.” — Flip Zimmerman

“Ron Stallworth.  I appreciate you inviting me out.  Well, I meant every word I said.  Is that right?  Wow.  Huh.  Hey.  Ron.  Yeah, fuck it.  Just call them fucking *******.  Make it fucking simple.  *******.  I’ve been saying this stuff for years.  It’s good to know someone else gets it.  So, what kind of stuff do you guys do?  I’m tired of ******* fucking with me.  Some.  I could know more.  How so?  All right.  Yeah, gotcha.  Yeah, where to?  That’s it.  I can’t thank you brothers enough.  This means a lot to me.  Are you trying to offend me?  Course I’m no stinkin’ ****.  Okay.  Coors, if you got it.” — Flip Zimmerman

“That was interesting.  Not exactly the Beverly Hillbillies.  Except for that Felix guy.  Do not ride his bumper like that.  Probably.  Uh, technically, they want you to join.” — Flip Zimmerman

“I wouldn’t give him that much credit.  These guys like to boast.  Uh, Ivan… Ivanhoe said ‘boom,’ mentioned something about fireworks.  But personally, I didn’t buy it.  I-I doubt they’re even capable.  Okay.” — Flip Zimmerman

“Sure.  Do you mind if I, uh, smoke in there?  Hello.  Hey, fellas.  All right.  Hey, Mike.  How are you?  Ron.  Ron.  How are you.  Hey.  How are you?  Thank you.  It’ll be a tremendous honor.  Yeah.  Wow.  This is really something.  I call it a Remington Model 1900.  Where we going now?  What is this?  Is this your *** den?  Is this where you make your candles, you know, and your lampshades?  This is some lame bullshit.  Okay, Felix.  Out of respect for this Organization, I’ll play along with your little Get Smartbullshit, but I’m no fucking ***.  Me, neither.  You think?  What do you think about?  Are you high?  ‘Cause I’d say the ********* is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen.  It just makes sense to me.  You have a whole race of ******* that you have to get rid of.  So, what do you do?  You ****** ’em, you **** ’em, you get rid of ’em.  It’s like weeding out roots for the better people.  Haven’t you seen the footage?  Fucking hell.  You gonna shoot me?  Put that gun away.  Oh, is that what this is about?  You’re trying to see my big *** dick, you fucking ******.  Yeah, keep driving you ***** ***** *******, piece of shit ******!  Still want me to take your *** detector test?” — Flip Zimmerman

“Charles, can you give us five, please?  I didn’t want to say it with Trapp, but that Peckerwood had a gun in my face, and he was an ass hair away from pulling the trigger.  But he could have.  And then I would have been dead.  For what?  Stopping some jerk-offs from playing dress-up?  Well, I’m not risking my life to prevent some rednecks from lighting a couple sticks on fire.  That’s my problem.  For you, it’s a crusade.  For me, it’s a job.  It’s not personal, nor should it be.  Why should I?  Course it does.  Rookie, that’s my fucking business.  Okay.” — Flip Zimmerman


Detective Jimmy Creek

“You’re late, rookie.” — Jimmy Creek

“Just stick to the game plan.  Like bebop.  And what if someone offers you a marijuana cigarette?  Yeah.  Mary Jane.  Excuse me.  It’s dug.” — Jimmy Creek

“Here we go.  Pretty powerful stuff.” — Jimmy Creek

“Like a Baptist church on Christmas Sunday morning.  Mm-hmm.  Like my partner said.” — Jimmy Creek

“Seems like I hear that one before.  What’s that commute like?  It’s a long ride.  Whoa!  I love Bowie.  Basket catch.  Record hundred points in one game.  Heisman pose!  I love fucking O.J.  Orenthal James Simpson.  Bet you didn’t know that.  Hey, I love Marie Osmond.  Not to me.  Oh, boy.  Me, too?  Huh!  Say it loud.  I’m black, and I’m proud.  Huh!  Lose that Jewish necklace around your neck.  Okay.  Okay, well, how about I just follow you in my…” — Jimmy Creek

“Ron, he sees us.  Back off.” — Jimmy Creek

“Two car lengths.  Slow down, brother.  Slow down.” — Jimmy Creek


Patrice Dumas, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Laura HarrierPatrice Dumas

“I can’t believe he’s here.  I just have so many questions to ask him.  Um… I’m doing fine, my brother.  It’s going to be an amazing night.  Have you heard Brother Kwame speak before?  Uh, Kwame Ture.  Okay.  Uh, yes, after he moved to Africa.  He took the names of Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana and his mentor, Sékou Touré of Guinea, to honor the great leaders.  Mm-hmm.  Yeah, yeah.  The, uh, Colorado College Black Student Union invited him.  Mm-hmm.  I’m the president.  Yes, you are.  Mm-hmm.  There’s no cutting in line.  To the back.  I’ll see you inside, my brother.  Right on.” — Patrice Dumas

“Ungawa, Black Power!  The Black Student Union of Colorado College is honored to bring the vanguard of revolutionaries fighting for the rights of black people all over the world.  Let’s show some black love to the one and only, the brother man with a plan who is sticking it to the man.  Put our hands together, my people, for our Kwame Ture.  We hear you.  Yes.  Yes.” — Patrice Dumas

“Thank you, my brother.  Uh, I, uh… I gotta make sure Brother Kwame is all squared away… …and he gets to his hotel safely.  But you know, um, if it’s not too late,  maybe I can meet you at the Red Lantern?  You know where that is?  So I’ll see you then.  Cool.  Sorry I’m late.  You won’t believe what happened.  Bro Pope, 7 and 7 please.  Pigs pulled us over.” — Patrice Dumas

“Don’t touch me!  Get your fucking hands off of me!  Get your white hands off!  Get off of me!  Get off of me!  Wait!” — Patrice Dumas

“I know I should have, but… the whole thing was so frightening, I didn’t.  Mmm… ♪ I believe, I believe, I believe I’m falling in love ♪  What?  No.  Uh-huh.  ♪ Oh, it’s too late to turn back now ♪ I believe, I believe, I believe ♪ I’m falling in love…” — Patrice Dumas

“When we dropped Brother Kwame off at the airport, he told me that the Black Power movement needed strong sisters like me to lead the fight against capitalist oppression and the politicians and pigs who perpetuate it.  His words almost made that whole pig nightmare worthwhile.  What’s wrong?  What word?  Well, what else would you call them.  A bunch of racist cops on a power trip.  It only takes one to pull a trigger on an innocent sister or brother.  Why were you at Brother Kwame’s speech?  Mm-hmm.  Are you down for the liberation of black people?  What’s more important?  No.  It’s a lifetime job.  And what did you say your J-O-B is?  Are you a pig?  Are you a pig?  Are you a cop?  Sure enough.  All power to all the people.  Right on, right on.” — Patrice Dumas


Chief Bridges, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Robert John BurkeChief Bridges

“Would you call yourself a womanizer?  Do you drink?  How do you get along with people, generally?  I mean, have you ever had any negative… or worse.  I’ll have your back.  But I can only do so much.  The weight of this is going to be on you… and you alone.” — Chief Bridges

“Can I help you?  Sit.  What, like Narcotics?  You think a lot of yourself, don’t you?  Well… I think records is a good place for you to start, rookie.  No, no, no.  You keep it.  I like the look.” — Chief Bridges

“It’s Bridges.  You sleeping?  I’ve changed my mind.  You’re coming in a little early today.  I got an assignment for you.  12:00 noon sharp.  Narcotics division.  Wear street clothes.” — Chief Bridges

“CP time?  We have limited time, so I’ll be quick.  The black radical, Stokely Carmichael, is giving a speech tonight at Bell’s Nightingale.  Carmichael is a former high-muckety-muck with the Black Panthers.  And as far as I’m concerned, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was dead right when he said the Black Panthers are the greatest internal threat to the security of these United States.  This Carmichael joker, former Panther or not, well, they say he is a damn good speaker, and so we don’t want this Carmichael getting into the minds of the good black people here in Colorado Springs and stirring them up.  Ron, your assignment is to go to this speech tonight, infiltrate this bunch of subversives and just monitor the audience reaction to Carmichael’s speech.  You ready?” — Chief Bridges

“What was the room like?  Huh.  Sounds like he had them pretty riled up.  What makes you say that?  Let me get this straight.  He told a room of black folk to get ready for a race war.  That they were going to have to arm themselves and kill cops.  I mean what about that?  Jimmy?  All right, well, thank goodness Carmichael has left Colorado Springs.  What?  I don’t care if he changed his name to the draft dodger, Muhammad Ali.  All right?  He’s still dangerous.  No, I didn’t.  Patrice– she’s the one from the Black Student Union, the group that brought in Ture?  Getting pretty chummy with her, huh?  Let’s just make sure it ain’t under the cover of the sheets.  He doesn’t know what he’d do.  You’re new.  You guys sit tight.  Ron, come with me.”

“Ron, I’m transferring you to Intelligence.  Intelligence.  Against my better judgement.” — Chief Bridges

“Yeah, I can’t spare the men.  Sergeant Trapp, Ron spoke to the man on the phone.  All right, when they hear the voice of one of my guys, they’re gonna know the difference.  You want me to spell it out for you?  They’re going to know the difference between how a white man talks and a Negro.  You know what I’m trying to say.  Okay, Ron, how do you propose to make this investigation?  See, that’s my point exactly.  Can you do that?  Anything happens to one of my men, there won’t be two Ron Stallworths.  There’ll be none.” — Chief Bridges


Mr. Turrentine, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Isaiah Whitlock Jr.Mr. Turrentine

“Why weren’t you drafted into the Vietnam War?  How do you feel about Vietnam?  You frequent nightclubs?  Ever done any drugs?  Well, that’s kind of rare for a young, hip soul brother like you.  What would you do if another cop called you a ******?  Shit… there’s never been a black cop in this city.  Now, if we make you an officer, you will, in effect, be the Jackie Robinson of the Colorado Springs Police Force.  And if you know anything about Jackie Robinson, you know he had to take a lot of, uh, uh, guff from his fellow teammates the fans, other teams and the press.  Good.  So, knowing that, if somebody calls you a ******, will you be able to turn the other cheek?  Son… the mayor, the chief and I think you might be the man to open things up around here.  Chief Bridges will be your Branch Rickey.” — Mr. Turrentine


Felix Kendrickson, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Jasper PääkkönenFelix Kendrickson

“Ron Stallworth?  Name’s Felix.  Change of plans, Mac.  I’m gonna need you to hop in the truck.  No can do.  You come with me.  Security.  I’ll drive you back.  You for the white race, Ron?  Ah, since the Civil War, it’s always trouble with *******.  Walter said something about your sister.  What the fuck did you say?  No, the other word.  Not ‘the Klan.’  It’s ‘the Organization.’  The Invisible Empire has managed to stay invisible for a reason.  Do not ever use that word.  You understand?  Check this shit out.  You’re never gonna believe this.  A fucking *** on our bumper.  Let’s get ready.  Look under your seat.  Yeah.  Pull it out.  Load ‘er up.  Put two in the chamber.  Come on, load it up.  Come on, load it.  Don’t be messing with us.  Not so fast, buddy boy.  Hold your horses.” — Felix Kendrickson

“*******.  Well, you ain’t the only one.  You undercover or something?  You ask too many questions.  Fucking inflation.  You’re not a ***, right?  **** killed ******.  Protocol.  Who you fucking?” — Felix Kendrickson

“I’m telling you, a war’s a-comin’.  That’ll be the end of the purified white race as we know it.  It’s time we go on the offensive.  We gotta make sure that everybody… thanks, honey.  Make ’em remember who we are and what we stand for.  We are the Organization.  We have to… that’ll be all.  Love you, sweetie.  Prove you can read.  Hey, Ron.  I gotta show you something.  Lookie here.  Here’s my favorite.  12-gauge.  I call this the *** Killer.  Indeed, it is.  Not just yet.  Gotta make sure there’s no *** in him.  Just protocol.  My house, my rules.  This way.  I gotta show you something.  Tough titty.  You are going to take this lie detector test.  Take a seat.  Nah, you’re gonna take this lie detector test.  Sit down.  Ask anybody.  They’ll say I’m a real friendly guy.  Thing is, I’m only friendly to my friends.  Not *** friendly.  Damn sure not ****** friendly.  Know what I think?  Oh, yeah, I think.  This ********* stuff… never happened.  That’s the biggest ****** conspiracy ever.  Eight million **** killed?  ************* ******?  Never happened.  Where’s the proof?  I don’t get high.  I drink.  That’s fake.  **** run Hollywood.  Let me see your dick.  I hear you **** do something funny with your dicks.  Some weird *** shit.  Is your dick circumstanced?  Who you calling a fucking ******, *** ******?  Now, put that fucking strap on your arm.  Put it on your arm!  Connie, what’s wrong?  Connie!  Connie, what’s wrong?  Connie!  I’m coming to you, honey!  Everybody back in the house!  Back in the house now!  Connie, you okay?  You okay?  Back in the house.  Back in the house, honey.” — Felix Kendrickson


Connie Kendrickson, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Ashlie AtkinsonConnie Kendrickson

“Ron, hi.  I’m Connie, Felix’s wife.  It’s so nice to meet you.  Oh!  Want to come right in?  Oh, not at all.  They’re right inside.  Just make yourself right at home.  Sorry to interrupt, but I brought some cheese dip and crackers.  Would you like some?  Walter?  Oh, oh, oh!  I read something in The Gazette that this ****** named Carmichael held a rally and that some ****** girl from the ****** Student Union was attacking our police.  I mean, this girl is dangerous.  She’s like that Commie, Angela Davis.  And I just… I think we should shut her mouth.  Here.  I cut the article.  Someday, you’re going to need me to do something for you.  Just wait and see.  And I will be right in here.  Felix!  Felix!  Felix!  Felix!  Felix!  There’s a ***** **** ****** on our green lawn!  Felix!  Felix!” — Connie Kendrickson


Sergeant Trapp, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Ken GaritoSergeant Trapp

“You just joined the force, rookie.  Is that right?” — Sergeant Trapp

“They want you to join the Klan?  They want to meet you?  Yeah, well, you probably shouldn’t go to that meeting.  So you’re a crazy son of a bitch, huh?  We’d have to go to Narcotics, meaning we’d have to deal with Chief Bridges.” — Sergeant Trapp

“Well, I’ve looked over the logs, Chief, and it seems you can spare them.  Okay, Ron, what I think the chief is trying to say… sure.” — Sergeant Trapp

“And exactly how much should we be worried about them?  What kind of attack?  Let’s move on with the investigation.  Let’s try to find out if they are capable of anything.  You got it.” — Sergeant Trapp

“I’ve got a friend.  He, uh, keeps up with these groups.  He says they’re moving away from the old violent, racist style.  So, that’s what Duke is peddling now.  It’s, uh, becoming mainstream.  David Duke.  Current Grand Wizard of the Klan.  But he’s always in a three-piece suit, never seen in a hood or robe in public, and he now goes by ‘national director.’  So he’s clearly got his sights on higher office.  Yeah.  Think it’s another way to sell hate.  Think about it.  Affirmative action, immigration, crime, tax reform.  He says no one wants to be called a bigot anymore.  I guess Archie Bunker made that too uncool.  So the idea is, under all these issues, everyday Americans can accept it, support it, until eventually, one day, he gets somebody in the White House that embodies it.  Coming from a black man, that’s pretty naive.  Why don’t you wake up?” — Sergeant Trapp

“Lie detector?  Shots fired?  You fucking kidding me?  It’s a goddamn clusterfuck.  You dickheads are fucking with me.  You’re jerking my chain.  You’re jerking my chain.  I’m getting a reach-around from the chief.  It’s a big fucking circle jerk!  That’s funny?  ‘Cause if Bridges hears about this, this whole fucking operation’s going to be closed down.  Yeah, that’s funny.  And I’m going to be a fucking school crossing guard in fucking the ghetto of Five Points!  Cocksuckers.  Hear about what?” — Sergeant Trapp


Master Patrolman Andy Landers, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Fred WellerMaster Patrolman Andy Landers

“I need a file on a ****.  You deaf?  I said I need a file on a ****.  Excuse me.  I heard you think you’re hot shit, but you ain’t nothing but a cold fart.  The name is Steven Wilson.  Was that respectful enough for you, Officer ****?” — Patrolman Andy Landers

“I don’t want to see nothing but black asses and black elbows.  Spread ’em!  You that so-called big-shot Panther ******, aren’t you?  I heard you was in town, Stokely.  I don’t give two shits what your ****** name is.  ***** *****, you get this Black Panther out of Colorado Springs before sunrise, you hear me?  Or you’ll all go to jail.  Oh…” — Patrolman Andy Landers


Officer Clay Mulaney, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Brian TarantinoOfficer Clay Mulaney

“Wow.  Cybill Shepherd.  Never saw it.  I don’t like black-and-white movies.  So what do you think?  Oh, come on.  You know you want some of that.  You’re up.” — Officer Clay Mulaney


Officer Wheaton, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Arthur J. NascarellaOfficer Wheaton

“Looking for a **** here.  Give me the record for that ****, Maurice Smalls.  While you’re at it, grab another ****, Tippy Birdsong.  T-I-P-P-Y.” — Officer Wheaton


Odetta, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Damaris LewisOdetta

“We need to take action.  Can we help you?  What?  We don’t know him.  What?  Hakeem, why you dragging me?” — Odetta

“Don’t touch her!” — Odetta


Kwame Ture, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Corey HawkinsKwame Ture

“Thank you, Sister Patrice.  Thank you.  And the Black Student Union.  I want to thank all of you, my beloved sisters and brothers, for coming out tonight.  But I’m here tonight to tell you that it is time for you to stop running away from being black.  It’s time for you to stop running away from being black.  You’re college students, right?  You should think.  It is time for you to understand that you, as the growing intellectuals of this country, that you must define beauty for black people.  Now, that’s Black Power.  Let me ask you something– is beauty defined as someone with a narrow nose?  Thin lips?  White skin?  Uh-uh.  Hell no.  ‘Cause you ain’t got none of that.  Our lips are thick.  Our noses broad.  Our hair is nappy.  We are black, and we are beautiful.  You see, we want to be so much like the white people who oppress us in this country.  And because they hate us, and because we are ashamed of our African heritage, we then hate ourselves.  Y’all don’t hear me tonight.  Y’all dig Tarzan?  Tarzan.  I’m gonna be honest.  When I was a boy, I used to go to the Saturday matinees and watch Tarzan all the time.  And white Tarzan used to beat up the black natives.  And I would sit there, yelling, ‘Kill the beasts!  Kill the savages.  Kill them.  Kill them!  Kill them!  Kill them!’  But what I was saying was: ‘kill me.’  It was as if a young ****** boy saw ***** taking **** off to ************* ***** and cheered them on.  Today, I want those chiefs to beat the hell out of Tarzan and send his lily white ass on back to the caves of Europe.  But it takes time.  It takes time to become free of the lies and their shaming effects on the black mind.  It takes time to reject the most important lie: that black people can’t do the same things that white people do… …unless a white person helps them.  Black Power also means that we must unite.  We must unite, and we must organize to form a base to fight racism.  To fight our oppressors.  The vast majority of Negroes around this country, they live in captive communities.  And they must endure their oppression and their conditions, because and only because they are black and powerless.  And now… now we are being shot down like dogs in the streets by white racist cops.  I said we are being shot down in the streets by white racist cops!  We can no longer endure this kind of oppression without retribution.  That war in Vietnam, it is not only illegal; it is immoral.  And you know what I tell them?  Hell no… we won’t go!  Hell no, we won’t go!  Hell no, we won’t go!  Hell no, we won’t go!  Hell no, we won’t go!  I’d rather see a brother kill a white racist cop than kill a Vietnamese.  Because at least, if he kills a racist cop, he is doing it for a reason: because they are shooting black people… …in the backs, in these streets, right there in this very country.  They’re killing us like dogs!  Right here!  Right here!  I just want to leave you, uh, in closing ’cause I know it’s getting late and y’all gotta go party.  I’m sorry, study.  Um… I just want to leave you, sisters and brothers, with these last words.  If I am not for myself, who will be?  If I am for myself alone, who am I?  If not now, when?  And if not you, who?  Who?  Who?  We need an undying love for black people, wherever we may be.  All power to all the people.  All power to all the people!  All power to all the people!” — Kwame Ture

“Thank you, brother.  Appreciate it.  Let me tell you.  Arm yourself, brother.  Get ready, ’cause the revolution is coming.  Pick up a gun and arm yourself, because trust me, it’s coming.  Thank you for coming tonight.” — Kwame Ture

“My name is Kwame Ture.  We were born in jail.  Get your hands off of her!  Keep your hands off of her!  Let her go, man!” — Kwame Ture


Walter Breachway, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Ryan EggoldWalter Breachway

“You have reached the Colorado Springs chapter of the Ku Klux Klan.  Please leave a message.  And God bless white America.” — Walter Breachway

“Yeah, who’s this?  This is Walter returning your call.  From the Organization.  That’s right.  We appreciate your interest.  What’s your story?  Is that so?  You are just the kind of guy that we are looking for.  Listen, uh, when can you meet?  That’s a deal, buddy boy.  We’ll get right back to you with the details.  Take care, now.” — Walter Breachway

“Mmm.  Ron, glad you could make it.  Walter Breachway, chapter president.  Absolutely.  I’ve been impressed with our conversations over the phone.  I think you have a lot of fine ideas that could really help the cause.  You know, I’ve had my own share of run-ins with *******.  Matter of fact, it’s what led me to the Organization.  Oh, it’s become my salvation.  See, I was, uh… shot and wounded by a couple of *******.  Then my wife was savagely raped by a whole pack of ’em.  That’s right, and not a one of them went to jail.  Tell you what.  They’re taking over.  Hell, it’s all you see on TV anymore.  ******* selling soap.  ******* selling toothpaste.  ******* selling automobiles.  Everywhere you look, it’s *******, *******, *******.  You’re forgetting about ***** *** and **** ******.  Hey, all you get now is how we gotta cater to them.  Now, watch your mouth.  Yeah.  Don’t say this.  Don’t say that.  Be nice.  Hell, they ain’t even ******* no more.  Afro-Americans now.  *******.  That’s the right idea.  Well, then you come to the right place.  Nobody fucks with us.  Now, how much you know about the history?  We will teach you.  All right, all right, Ivanhoe, shut your dumb mouth.  Ivan, shut the fuck up.  All right, all right.  That’s enough.  Shut your dumb mouth.  Sorry about him.  He drinks too much.  Doesn’t know what he’s saying.  Just to be clear, the, uh… the Organization is strictly nonviolent.  Ron?  You mind coming with me?  All right.   Be friendly, now.  This is family.  All right?  Let’s go.  Congrats.  You passed the mustard.  How about we go and get that membership process started?  That’s it.  Uh, have a seat.  Go ahead and, uh, fill these out.  Send ’em to the national headquarters.  Now, once they send you your membership card, you’ll be able to participate in all our programs.  Alcoa can’t wait.  Imperial tax to become a member: ten dollars for the year, $15 chapter fee.  Robes and hoods are not included.  That’s extra.  Pleasure’s all ours.  All right, look, we gotta ask it, is all.  But he’s not a ***, all right?  Satisfied?  Stop fucking around.  All right, both of you, give the man some space.  Jesus Christ.  Let him breathe a little.  Ron, let me buy you a beer.  Come on.  Sorry about these guys.  They’re a little, uh, too friendly sometimes.  They just get excited.  What kind of beer you like?” — Walter Breachway

“This is Walter.  This is Ron?  Sorry, your voice sounds different over the phone.  I get those all the time.  Listen, wanted to tell you that it was a pleasure to have you swing by.  I think the brothers really took a liking to you.  If you’re free Saturday, why don’t you swing by Felix’s.  You can meet the rest of the brotherhood, hmm?  Well, I will see you then.” — Walter Breachway

“Welcome.  Welcome.  This is Ron, everybody.  That’s, uh, Mike.  Scott in the back.  Ron, why don’t you have a seat.  Why don’t we, uh… …get back to our bread and butter.  Let’s talk about the next cross burning, which, Ron, you’ll be lucky enough to attend if your membership comes in time.  The highest hills get the most eyes.  Okay.  We about done here?  We got a few more items on the, uh… all right, now you’re just being offensive.  Okay?  We’re talking about someone who’s gonna be our brother in a few months.  You see a **** ** ***** around his neck?  Is there a ******** on Ron’s head?  Hmm?  It’s not necessary, Felix.  This is how we lose recruits.  Open the damn door.  Lame or not, you’re taking this *** lie detector test.  Sit down.” — Walter Breachway


Ivnahoe, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Paul Walter HauserIvanhoe

“Yeah it wasn’t long ago them sumbtiches wasn’t on no TV.  Oh, dang.  I kind of like them *******.  Rice and pancakes.  Hey, uh my name’s Ivanhoe, by the way.  *******.  *****.  *******.  What kind of stuff we do?  We, uh… uh, cross burnings and marches and stuff so people don’t fuck with us.  Yeah, this is fixing to be a big year for us.  Boom!  We’re gonna make fireworks, aren’t we?  Burnt ends.  Oh, nonviolent like that ****** that dead ******, ****** ******* ****.   I love those commercials.  S-smells kosher to me.  I fuck straight.  Double D!  Yeah.” — Ivanhoe

“Mr. Stallworth.  ‘Friday night last week, the Colorado College Black Student Union… …hosted a controversial talk featuring Stokely Carmichael at Bell’s Nightingale nightclub.'” — Ivanhoe


David Duke, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Topher GraceDavid Duke

“Sorry.  I’m sorry.  Let me… sorry, who am I talking to?  I’m quite well.  Thank you.  Uh, what can I do you for?  Of course that’s something I can help you with.  This is David Duke.  Last time I checked.  Yes, that Grand Wizard and national director, yeah.  Yes, you’re darn tootin’.  Is there any other kind?  I’m just happy to be talking to a true white American.  Mmm.  Yeah, Ron, I understand the situation.  Uh, we’ve had some administrative problems here.  It’s caused a little bit of a backlog.  I’ll tell you what, I’m gonna see to it personally that your membership card is processed, approved and sent out today.  How’s that sound?  Ron, please.  Pleasure’s all mine.  Uh, I look forward to hopefully meeting you in person one day, and, uh… well, God bless white America.  Okay, take care.” — David Duke


Dr. Kennebrew Beauregard, BlacKkKlansman, Focus Features,Blumhouse Productions, Monkeypaw Productions, QC Entertainment, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures, Alec BaldwinDr. Kennebrew Beauregard




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