‘American Graffiti’ (Terry): “I used to have a couple of horses myself”

AMERICAN GRAFFITI by George Lucas, Gloria Katz & Willard Huyck

From: Movie

Type: Comedic

Character: Terry "The Toad" Fields, is short but “plenty loud, both vocally and with what he wears. He looks slightly ridiculous but always thinks he's projecting an air of supercool.”

Gender: Male

Age Range: Late Teens

Summary: Terry lies to impress Debbie.

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TERRY: Oh yeah? I used to have a couple of horses myself. I used them for hunting. I do a lot of hunting. Deer mostly, although I got a couple of bear last year. Yep, they were good ponies — hunting ponies. I had to train ’em special, you know. I had to sell ’em. To get these wheels… and a jeep. I also have a jeep pick-up, with four-wheel drive. It’s got a gun rack. And I use that for hunting mostly.

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