Jaws (1975) – Scars Scene (6/10) | Movieclips


Chief. Don’t you wory
about it, Chief. lt won’t be
permanent. Want to see something permanent,
boom, boom, boom ? Hey, Hoop, you wanna
feel something permanent ? Just put your hand
underneath my cap. Feel that
little lump ? Knocko Nolans,
St. Paddy’s Day, Boston. l got that beat. l got that beat. That’s a moray eel.
Bit right through
my wet suit. Hoop, now, listen,
l don’t know about that, but l entered
an arm wrestling contest… in an Okie bar
in San Francisco. l can’t extend that,
you know why ? l was in the semifinal,
celebratin’ my wife’s demise. Big Chinese fella
pulled me right over. Look at that. lt was
a bull shark. He scraped me when
l was takin’ samples. l got somethin’ forya.
There’s a thresher.
See that, Chief? Th resher’s ta i l.
Thresher ? lt’s a shark. You want a drink ?
Drink toyour leg ? l’ll drink
toyour leg.
Okay, we drink
to our legs. [ Hooper ]
l got the creme de la creme. Right here.
See that ? [ Brody ]
You’re wearin’
a sweater. Right there.
May Ellen Moffit. She broke my heart.
[ Laughing ] [ Laughing ] What’s that one ? That one there
on your arm. Oh, a tattoo.
l got that removed. Don’t tell me.
Don’t tell me. Mother. [ Laughing ] What is it ? Hooper, that’s
the USS Indianapolis. – You were on the Indianapolis ?
– What happened ?

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  • jaws is the BEST movie ever made. first summer blockbuster and one of the best horror movies ever made

  • This really makes this movie feel more like a good old fashioned sailing story. When you get down to it, Jaws is a Moby Dock epic for the modern day.

  • Hoopers laugh gives me life.

  • I forgot how much you really fall in love with these characters. They're so much fun to be around and seem so real. And with thanks to Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw and Richard Dreyfuss for bringing them to life with such passionate and genuine performances.

    To be honest, after reading the book every character was really pissing me off, they're such assholes.

  • Steven Spielberg is a fucking genius

  • Mary Ellen muffit she broke my heart hahahahahaha

  • I love Hooper's laugh XD

  • 2:39 That change in tone…man, what a great movie.

  • I never get sick of Dreyfuss' laughing in this scene.

  • The clip ended early. If you're curious, the USS Indianapolis was sunk by a Japanese submarine in WW2. The survivors were all (except one) killed by the largest known shark attack in history. He talks about it later. I've read a little bit about the book. The captain of the battleship was put on trial for negligence. Interestingly, the captain of the submarine that sank it spoke in his defense. The public anger from families of the sailors was too much and the captain committed suicide. He was exonerated sometime during the CLINTON administration!

  • Hooper, I think you've had enough

  • I love this scene !

  • ill bet Brody's scar was a gunshot wound he sustained in the line of duty while in NY

  • i bet robert shaw was fun to drink with

  • Lol compare Hooper here and in the novel.

  • It is here that Quint and Hooper realize, despite their vast differences socially, they are both men of the sea and they have the scars to prove it. Just a great scene.

  • Brody's got no scars?

  • My father is a drinker…

  • For those who don't understand the bull shark scar. Shark skin is very rough, rougher than sandpaper and is covered in denticles. These denticles are very streamlined and sharp, which helps a shark move in the water more efficiently. A scrape from shark skin could severely cut your arm, poor Hooper 🙁

  • look at this scar, i got you beat…i got my cock and balls bit off by my ex-wife i call her jaws.

  • Good scene seeing them all getting along. So cool to see them comparing scars. I wonder what caused the scar on Brody's stomach.

  • Mary Ellen Moffat bwhhahahaahah!

  • Quint is surely a great guy to drink with
    Wish I could go back in time and have a drink with him.

  • I always thought Brody should've had a good bullet or knife Scar and a tale about an arrest gone wrong. Maybe some grizzled comment about 'Sharks on land' or something. I feel like they missed a trick there.

  • 1:50 i MUST do this in a bar, its the creme de la creme 😂

  • I got this this from tiger shake. Aye, Aye matey. Argh.

  • Lol😝😝😝😝😝😝funny talking about battle scars.

  • 2:02 lol hahaha

  • I made a Jaws tribute https://youtu.be/YqUCHNm7nvk

  • siapa indonesia

  • I love Robert Shaw's reaction when Richard Dreyfuss say her name, perfect the way he isn't even looking at Hooper, but at the chief's face. 😉

  • I got the creme de la creme, right here hold on… here see that? Right there, May Ellen Moffit… she broke my heart.

  • μαλακα

  • During these few onscreen moments, we get a nice breather. This comes just before one of the most chilling monologues ever written and put on film. Just for a few minutes, Jaws feels almost like a buddy picture… with the fellows sitting down to dinner and telling stories.

  • The interaction and kinship/banter between the male characters is the best in any movie. 3 actors giving great performances.

  • oigan chicos

  • Celebrating my third wife's demise.

  • Brody should've been like, "And I got this scar from Gene Hackman when I was his partner in The French Connection"

  • amazing actors.specially Robert Shaw.Eternal!

  • ya wanna drink!!

  • This is a moment in the movie where the action grinds to a halt so the audience can process what had just happened in the previous scene. It's a time for both the characters and the audience to take a break from the action so the film is enjoyable, not tiring. You could get up, go to the bathroom, get some more popcorn, get a refill on your Coke, come back, and not miss anything absolutely essential for the story. If you decide to stay, you get a little bit of bonus character development with these guys exchanging stories. Win-win.

    The Japanese have a name for moments like this. They call it "ma." The fact that so few modern films have any kind of ma really makes me think that Hollywood really needs to start slowing down the pacing and letting the characters lead the way, instead of the plot.

  • Funny moment in jaws

  • You want to know how I got these scars?

  • Brody checking his appendix scar, lmao.

  • The Game Jaws Unleashed is a game that you play as the shark or bruce or jaws

  • I made my own little jealous

  • Just press 6 to hear about Mary.

  • Who knows the story

  • 1:04 Big Chinese Fellow, he pulled me right over lol

  • 1:04 Big Chinese fellow, he pulled me right over

  • I watch this movie,when i was 12yr old

  • in the set he was really drunk

  • There's brilliance in almost every line of dialogue in this film. When Hooper responds to Brody asking what a Thresher is, you can hear the annoyance in his voice at the Chief's naivety. Which further strengthens the momentary bond between himself and Quint, the seasoned shark hunters.

  • My most favorite part was when he said "Mary Anna Muffet. ……… She broke my heart." and then he starts laughing.

  • Yup quint hooper and chief martin brody quickly became friends and three of them realize they are from the seas they are fisherman's and three of them realize they just want to killed the shark and guys guessed what happen right now when I was outside and I was about to go in I think a fly just went in my eyes and didn't armed or sting me

  • My favorite part about this scene is the change in tone from the drunken laughs to the deadly serious…but it actually happens twice: Quint gets quiet and puts his hand on Hooper without saying a word — and you just know that whatever comes out of his mouth next going to be something awful — and then it is.

    Such a great scene with great characters and actors.

  • “Don’t tell me. Don’t tell me…. mother. Nyahahahahahahahahahahaha!! What is it-? Hahahahha!”

  • reminds me of lethal weapon 3 when riggs and lorna are showing each other their scars

  • Notice how the chief looks at his scar (probably from his appendix) and says nothing? So subtle yet shows how inferior he feels when it comes to Quint and Hooper.

  • My only complaint about this movie is that Quint died, he was cool as shit.

  • I always wondered what meal they where eating in this scene… Brodie doesn’t eat his if you look ,same as he doesn’t eat the meal at his home earlier in the film…

  • This is honestly one of the best scenes in the movie

  • Every time I hear Hooper say "I got that beat" I'm half expecting a dubstep song to start.

  • Its looks like bloopers XD

  • Dont tell me…. Dont tell me…. Your Mother! 😂🤣😂!

  • Aw the best part was about to happen

  • Best scene in the movie

  • Don't tell me
    Don't tell me…
    Mother

    hhaaahahajjajahhhhaahahhaaa

  • 2:27

  • this is not a movie about a monster shark, but about three excellent actors given all the room they needed to act so well together,

  • "See that right there?"
    "Yeah, you're wearing a sweater"
    Burn man.

  • Did you know that Robert Shaw didn't like Richard Dreyfuss? Robert Shaw couldn't stand Richard Dreyfuss.

  • Scenes like this is the reason why Jaws is the best film Spielberg ever made.

  • I’m guessing Quint got the tattoo while in the Navy. Then removed it due to survivor’s guilt. He doesn’t want to remember that horrible event.

  • Robert Shaw made Quint quite likable, imo. This scene has everything. The mood starts out light, then turns dark when Quint recounts the tale of the indianapolis. Hooper and Quint get a moment to bond. Brody and Hoop also realize there is more to Quint than meets the eye. There's a better understanding of his drive, his motivation for shark hunting and why he is the way he is. It proves to be a dangerous situation as well when Quint shows bitter determination and a lack of rational thinking in catching the shark, resulting in his own brutal and tragic death. Brilliant acting and Robert shaw certainly deserved that oscar or at the very least a nomination.

  • Hooper is soooooo funny ok this is the funny part haahahahaha what is hahahhaahahahh

  • I like to imagine that the shark is swimming around, listening and laughing along with the crew.

  • Best Monster Movie

  • Quint: Chief. Don't you worry about it, chief. I won't be permanent. You
    wanna see somethin' permanent? Bababoom? Hey, Hoop? You wanna feel somethin'
    permanent? Just put your hand underneath my cap. You just feel that little
    lump? Knockanolum. St. Patty's day. Boston.
    Hooper: I got that beat. I got that beat. It's a moray eel. Bit right through
    my wetsuit.
    Quint: Well, Hoop, now, listen. I, I don't know about that but I ended an arm
    wrestling contest in an Oke bar in San Francisco. You see this? Now I can't
    extend that, do you know why? Get to the semi-final, celebrating my third
    wife Demise, big Chinese fella, he pulled me right over! Ha!
    Hooper: Look at that. It's a bull shark. He s–, he scraped me when I was
    taking samples.
    Quint: I got somethin' for ya. That's the thrasher. You see that? Chief,
    thrasher's tail. Scewp!
    Martin: Thrasher?
    Hooper: It's a shark!
    Quint: Do you want a drink? Drink to your leg?
    Hooper: I'll drink to your leg.
    Quint: Okay, so we drink to our legs! Ha ha ha!
    Hooper: I got the creme de la creme. Right here. Hold on. Yeah, you see that?
    Martin: You're wearing a sweater.
    Hooper: Right there. Mary Ellen Moffit. She broke my heart. [Collective
    laughs]
    Martin: What's that one?
    Quint: What?
    Martin: That one, there, on your arm?
    Quint: Ah, well. It's a tattoo. I got that removed.
    Hooper: Don't tell me. Don't tell me. Mother. Ha ha ha! What is it?
    Quint: Mr. Hooper, that's the U.S.S. Indianapolis.
    Hooper: You were on the Indianapolis?

  • the bull shark that scrape me when I was taking samples…..

  • the laughing . . just feels like its part of the bloopers XD

  • Quints next scar is gonna be big and long and from teeth and around his waistes

  • Mother! 😆😆

  • Watched the movie dozens of times as a kid. Loved it, scared the bajeezes out of me. One day, a friend of my dad gave me a box of books and jaws was one. I read it and hated every human in there. Everyone in the book us a scum sucker

  • Don't tell me don't me MOTHER lol

  • 1:48 Mr. City Cop over here has a story about that stomach wound that he’d rather keep to himself.

  • 2:08 2:31 I love brody's smile

  • someone should edit it, the shark coming in through the window like "I wanna see"

  • James L. Anderson (A.K.A.) Axel Foley Younger Andy You Know What Happing Jamie Get Bully At School What Wrong Younger Andy I Know Her Uncle Was Boogeyman You wanna see somethin' Her Uncle Was Boogeyman Boogeyman Boogeyman (Laughs) Hey Teenage Andy You wanna feel somethin' permanent? Just put your hand underneath my cap. You just feel that little lump? Knockanolum. St. Patty's day. Boston.
    Teenage Andy Barclay I got that beat. I got that beat. It's a moray eel. Bit right through my
    wetsuit.
    Kyle Simpson Well, Andy now, listen. I, I don't know about that but I ended an arm wrestling contest in an Oke bar in San Francisco. You see this? Now I can't extend that, do you know why? Get to the semi-final, celebrating His third wife Demise, big Chinese fella, he pulled me right over! Ha!
    James L. Anderson (A.K.A.) Axel Foley Look at that. It's a Razor Blade & bull shark. He s–, he scraped me when And My Forehead I was taking samples.
    Kyle Simpson I got somethin' for ya. That's the thrasher. You see that? Younger Andy, thrasher's tail. Scewp!
    Younger Andy Barclay Thrasher?
    Teenage Andy Barclay It's a shark!
    Kyle Simpson Do you want a drink? Drink to your leg?
    Teenage Andy Barclay I'll drink to your leg.
    James L. Anderson (A.K.A.) Axel Foley Okay, so we drink to our legs! Ha ha ha!
    Jenny Summers I got the creme de la creme. Right here. Hold on. Yeah, you see that?
    Kirsty Cotton You're wearing a sweater.
    Jenny Summers Right there. Mary Ellen Moffit. She broke my heart. [Collective laughs]
    All (Laughs)
    Teenage Andy Barclay (Laughs)
    Christina "Tina" McGee What You Watch T.V Show James
    James L. Anderson (A.K.A.) Axel Foley What?
    Christina "Tina" McGee You Watch On T.V. Show
    James L. Anderson (A.K.A.) Axel Foley Ah, well. It's A Movie And T.V Series. I got that removed.
    Teenage Andy Barclay Don't tell me. Don't tell me. The Facts Of Life. Hush Up Blair Ha ha ha!
    What is it?
    James L. Anderson (A.K.A.) Axel Foley Andy That My Favorites Episode MacGyver Season 2 Ep. 9 Silent World
    Teenage Andy Barclay You were on MacGyver Season 2 Ep. 9 Silent World

  • 2:02

  • For me this and the next scene are the best in the entire movie and are one of the best scenes in movies overall. What really makes this movie so great isn't the shark or jumpscares- it's the wo nderfully acted and deep characters.

  • Robert Shaw told Spielberg he already had a drinking problem prior to filming. Spielberg just let him get drunk on set for the scenes they were drunk in. Can't get any more realistic than that!

  • I love this movie!

  • Jaws film was the best film ever made back then,it still so popular today – i drink to it!🍺your leg and mine lol 😂

  • This is just like Lethal Weapon 3 comparing scar scene

  • I wish there where old style actors like Shaw around today.

  • One greatist movies ever good acting by hooper

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