Location: EXT. BLUESMOBILE - PARKING LOT - STATIONARY
Elwood is rummaging through the glove compartment. Beer cans, receipts, scraps of paper, wire, matchbooks, bits of n.d. metal bulge out onto Jake's lap. Jakes sorts through the refuse and locates a Marlboro cigarette box, the seams of which have been torn and separated to flatten the box into a writing surface. It is covered with crude ink scrawlings.
JAKE: What's this?
ELWOOD: (smiling) It's the last known address of Bones Malone and Blue Lou Marini.
Jake lights a cigarette.
JAKE: The Lord works in mysterious ways.
Camera: CUT TO
Location: EXT. FACTORY PARKING LOT - DAY
as the Bluesmobile roars out of the parking lot. For the first time we hear "The Peter Gunn Theme" which will become the Blues Brothers signature tune for the rest of the picture.
OMITTED: 131 thru 136
Location: EXT. CICERO TRIPLEX - DAY
"The Peter Gunn Theme" comes in hard as the Bluesmobile rumbles unobtrusively down the street and comes to a halt, double parking in front of a late sixties pink triplex. Jake and Elwood get out of the car and hustle Webb/Morgan style up to the front door.
Camera: CUT TO
Location: EXT. TRIPLEX - WIDE SHOT
Jake and Elwood stand rigidly at either side of the front door, an outer aluminum one graced with painted bullrushes. Jake hammers on the glass with the back of his knuckles. Jake and Elwood wait grimly. The inner door opens. MRS. TARANTINO an elderly, darkly-handsome woman dressed for mourning, peers inquistively through the glass.
Location: INT. TRIPLEX HALLWAY - DAY
Jerry Vale sings Italian love songs through a phonograph o.s. The hall abounds in modern American porcelain sculpture. Jake reads off the torn-up cigarette pack.
JAKE: Mrs ... Taranto... ?
MRS. TARANTINO: Tarantino....
JAKE: Ma'am, do you have a Mr. Thomas Malone and a Mr. Louis Marini living here?
MRS. TARANTINO: Not anymore, They moved out a long time ago. I don't take any more boarders... not for a long time.
ELWOOD: (with a hint of Jack Webb) May we come in, ma'am?
MRS TARANTINO: Please. The lady admits them.
Camera: CUT TO
Location: WOMAN'S P.O.V.
Jake and Elwood in their suits, glasses and hats, with the Bluesmobile in the b.g. outside.
JAKE: Did they leave a forwarding address, a phone number?
MRS. TARANTINO: No.
ELWOOD: Did they live quietly…? What were their personal habits?
MRS. TARANTINO: They were good boys, but they made a lot of racket at night. Are you the police?
ELWOOD: No, ma'am, we're musicians.
"The Peter Gunn Theme" comes up hard.
Camera: CUT TO
Location: INT. BLUESMOBILE - STATIONARY - IN FRONT OF TRIPLEX - DAY
Elwood has started the car when Mrs. Tarantino comes running up.
MRS. TARANTINO: Mr. Man! Mr. Man! Mr. Man!
ELWOOD: Yes, ma' am?
MRS. TARANTINO: They leave this card. Maybe it'd help you.
Elwood takes the card.Camera: CUT TO
Location: INSERT ELWOOD'S P.O.V. - CARD - DAY
DISCO POLKAMURPH and THE MAGICTONES PARTIES WEDDINGS Call Murph:(312) KL5-7000Rm. 300.
The Peter Gunn Theme" comes in hard.Camera: DISSOLVE TO
SCENE 143Location: EXT. HOLIDAY INN - NIGHT - WIDE SHOT
A Holiday Inn that is buried under expressway ramps. In the parking lot there is a pole with a sign lit, up on it next to the freeway: WELCOME EXTERMINATORS - DANCING - MURPH AND THE MAGICTONES. The Bluesmobile pulls into the parking lot. Jake and Elwood get out and enter the Holiday Inn.
Location: INT. HOLIDAY INN - COCKTAIL LOUNGE
A small Mediterranean-decor lounge -- a tacky place with tacky waitresses. Jake and Elwood enter and sit at a table in the back. The room is sparsely populated. A stage with orange curtains is sat up at the end of the lounge. A five-piece band is playing in front of Fender speakers and amplifiers all covered in orange shag upholstery. The group is playing an up-tempo, percussive version of "Di Mi, Quando, Quando, Quando." The band members all wear ruffled shirts, bow ties, and burgundy tuxes. They are Murphy at the organ, Donald "Duck" Dunn on the bass guitar, Willie Hall on drums, Tom "Bones" Malone on horns and Steve "The Colonel" Cropper on guitar. Murphy is singing the lyrics in Italian. His heart is in the song.
Location: JAKE AND ELWOOD
They exchange pained looks.
The band finishes up the song; the audience applauds politely.
MURPHY: (soothingly) Thank you, thank you. You're marvelous, Marvelous! I'm Murph and these are the Magictones: Duck, The Colonel, Willie and Bones Malone. We'll be back with the Magic Tones for the Armanda Room's two hour disco swing party after this short break Till then, don't you go changing.
Location: WIDE SHOT - LOUNGE
Location: INT. HOLIDAY INN LOUNGE - MURPHY'S TABLE - NIGHT - JAKE AND ELWOOD.
WILLIE: So, Jake, you're out, you're free, you're rehabilitated. What's next, What's happening? What you gonna do? You got the money you owe us mother fucker?
ELWOOD: Look lets just get something straight here. The reason he got locked in the slam in the first place was for stickin up a gas station to cover you guys. You're kiddin, He pulled that job to pay for the band's room service tab from that Kiwanis gig in Coal City. You did?
JAKE: That's right. So I don't want to hear anymore of this small change shit.
ELWOOD: We're putting the band back together.
JAKE; Who here at this table can honestly say that they played any finer or felt any better than they did when they were with the Blues Brothers? You were the back bone, the nerve center of great rhythm and blues band. You can make the live, breathe and jump again. Murph and the Magic tones? look at you in those candy-ass monkey suits. And I thought I had it bad in Joliet.
WILLIE: At least we got a change in clothes, sucker, You're wearin' the same shit you had on three years ago.
DUCK: Jake ain't lyin' thought we hand a band powerful enough to turn goat piss into gasoline.
BONES: But we'll never get that Fat sound again, not without some more horn. We'll never get Mr. Fabulous!
JAKE: Yeah! Where is he?
MURPH: Forget it. Mr. Fabulous is the top maitre d' at the Chez Paul. He's pulling down six bills a week.
COLONEL: And Matt Murphy up and got himself married.
ELWOOD: Where is Matt "Guitar" Murphy?
BONES: He opened up a soul food restaurant with his old lady on Maxwell Street, And he took Blue Lou with him.
WILLIE: You'll never get Matt and Mr. Fabulous out of them high payin' gigs.
JAKE: Oh, yeah? well, me and the lord…we got a understanding.
ELWOOD: WE'RE ON A MISSION FROM GOD.