Through their misadventures, the trio becomes famous as The Soggy Bottom Boys, a new music sensation. Joel Coen revealed as much at the 15th anniversary reunion.
Plot[ edit ] Three convicts, Ulysses Everett McGill, Pete Hogwallop, and Delmar O'Donnell, escape from a chain gang and set out to retrieve a supposed treasure Everett buried before the area is flooded to make a lake.
The three get a lift from a blind man driving a handcar on a railway. He tells them, among other prophecies, that they will find a fortune but not the one they seek. The trio make their way to the house of Wash, Pete's cousin.
They sleep in the barn, but Wash reports them to Sheriff Cooley, who, along with his men, torches the barn. Wash's son helps them escape. Pete and Delmar are baptized by a group of Christians at a river. The group then picks up Tommy Johnson, a young black man, who claims he has sold his soul to the devil in exchange for the ability to play the guitar.
In need of money, the four stop at a radio broadcast tower where they record a song as The Soggy Bottom Boys. That night, the trio part ways with Tommy after their car is discovered by the police.
Unbeknownst to them, the recording becomes a major hit. The trio inadvertently fall in with bank robber Baby Face Nelsonand help him with a heist, before he leaves them with his share of the loot.
The next day, the group hears singing. They see three women washing clothes in a river and singing. The women drug them with corn whiskey and they lose consciousness. Upon waking, Delmar finds Pete's clothes lying next to him, empty except for a toad.
Delmar is convinced the women were Sirens and transformed Pete into the toad. Later, one-eyed Bible salesman Big Dan Teague invites them for a picnic lunch, then mugs them and kills the toad.
Everett and Delmar arrive in Everett's home town. Everett confronts his wife Penny, who changed her last name and told his daughters he was dead. He gets into a fight with Vernon T.
Waldrip, her new "bona fide suitor.
As it turns out, the women at the river had dragged Pete away and turned him over to the authorities, at which, and under torture, Pete gave away the location of the treasure to the police. Everett then confesses that there is no treasure.
He made it up to convince the others he was chained with to escape with him in order to stop his wife from getting married. Pete is enraged at Everett, because he had two weeks left on his original sentence, and must now serve fifty more years for escaping.
The trio stumble upon a rally of the Ku Klux Klanwho are planning to hang Tommy.O Brother, Where Art Thou? is the soundtrack album of music from the American film of the same name, written, directed and produced by the Coen Brothers and starring George Clooney, John Turturro, Tim Blake Nelson, and John Goodman.
O Brother, Where Art Thou? Comedy, Drama • Movie • In this update of Homer's "The Odyssey," set in the 's Depression-era deep South, three convicts--the silver-tongued Everett, the simple Delmar and the maladjusted Pete--escape from a chain gang and embark adventure of a lifetime.
O Brother, Where Art Thou is the seventh episode of Season 6 of Pretty Little Liars. The episode aired on July 21st, Contents[show] Synopsis Spencer and Aria are at Arias place, searching for information on chip implants.
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