Logan: You'd be surprised how many people believe in bad blood.
My dad was a convict. My mom was a, you know, inmate, you know,
in a juvenile reform school right away. She was 16 when she had
me. People didn't want their kids around me -- you see what I mean.
I run off from the orphanage when I was 11 years old. You know,
I've been all over the United States except for Hawaii. I was coming
through Springfield and going through colored town, and a guy takes
and throws a McDonalds, you know, gravy and biscuits at me. Do you
know what I mean? I've had pop bottles thrown at me, beer bottles.
And I was down in Claremore, Oklahoma and had a guy hit me in the
back of the head with a ball bat and took a big old hunk out of
it, clear down to the scalp. (shows back of head)
Chadwick: Oh, yeah.
Rebel Logan: I've been shot at. My legs are all shot at.
You know, I've got a hole clear through my leg, you know. Like I
said, it's just as bad on a hitchhiker out there as it the person
who picked him up.
Alex Chadwick: Hold on just a minute. (race horses pass by
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