Michael: Who are the girls?
Fredo: That's for you to find out.
Michael: Get rid of them, Fredo.
Fredo: Hey, mike, uh--
Michael: I'm here on business. Get rid of them. I'm tired. Get rid of the band, too.
Fredo: Hey, let's take off. Take off. Go. Hey, that's it. Good-bye. Hey, come on, scram! come on, honey. Let's go. I don't know what the hell's the matter with him. I don't know. He's tired.
Michael: what happened to Moe Greene?
Fredo: He said he had some business. He said give him a call when the party started.
Michael: Well, give him a call. Johnny, how are you?
Johnny: Hello, mike. Nice to see you.
Michael: We're all proud of you.
Johnny: Thanks, mike.
Michael: The don's proud of you, too.
Johnny: I owe it all to him.
Michael: He knows how grateful you are. That's why he'd like to ask a favor.
Johnny: Mike, what can I do?
Michael: The Corleone family is thinking of giving up all its interests in the olive oil business, settling out here. Moe Greene will sell us his share of the casino and the hotel. It will be completely owned by the family.
Fredo: Moe never said nothing to me about selling.
Michael: I'll make him an offer he can't refuse. See, johnny... We figure that entertainment will be a big factor in drawing gamblers to the casino. We hope you'll sign a contract to appear five times a year. Perhaps convince some of your movie friends to do the same. We're counting on you.
Johnny: Sure, mike. I'll do anything for my godfather. You know that.
Moe: hey, mike. Hello, fellas. Everybody's here. Freddie, tom. Good to see you, mike.
Michael: How are you, Moe?
Moe: You got everything you want? Your credit is good. Draw chips so they can play on the house.
Michael talks to Johnny about appearing at the casino for him.