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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 12:08:39 AM   
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I'm always fond of the scene in a Bridge too Far just after the Waal river assault and the tanks are pouring over the Nimijgen (sp) road bridge, the German SS officer orders the bridge blown and it doesn't work - he says something like "My god there only xx kilometres from Arnhem! Who can stop them now?" and then the "allied theme music" starts playing. I always hope that maybe, just maybe, this time they might make it - but they never do.

I think this links back into my being 12 when I first saw this movie and (knowing nothing of the history) being utterly gobsmacked that the allies didn't win the movie. It's still hard to comprehend over a decade later.

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 12:29:14 AM   
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For those of us who are middle-aged:

Kirk:  "Computer--Destruct sequence 1 Code 1 1 A"

How many of us were sitting in the Theatre THINKING that there was no way the Enterprise ("No bloody A--B--C--or D") could actually blow up??!!  I was practically in tears as the saucer blew up and ship plunged down to Genesis...





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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 12:43:12 AM   
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Yeah, I got a lump in my throat when the killed Enterprise.

My favorite scene...

Any of them with Charlize Theron's bottom... 

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 1:22:19 AM   
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Ah man, Enterprise was a fine ship I only hope first ship we got in outer space gets named Enterprise (speaking of space vessel not space shuttle) 

One scene I really hated and glad it wasn't in the movie Midway, the death of the Yorktown. I read the book Rendezevous at Midway, based on the U.S.S Yorktown and really hated hearing her survive the 2nd attack only to get sunk by a japanese sub. After 3 engagements that would of sent any other ship to the bottom, she held on firm.

Either that or going through the death of manfred von richthofen, one of the greatest pilots ever to fly. 80 men tried, 80 men died. How many you seasoned gents remember this? Royal Guardians ring a bell?

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 1:27:16 AM   
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Royal Guardsman...

Awesome song.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oxzg_iM-T4E

This one's better:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jlf---13Q0g&feature=related

And this one's even better:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ak4JgrNPwIc&feature=related

And just because I'm digging : Another classic: Sink the Bismark by Johnn Horton
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KecIdlEAKhU&feature=related

"I don't wanna go (Mr. Custer)" - Larry Verne
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpA_X_7ktnQ&feature=related

"Ballad of the The Green Berets" - SSgt Barry Sadler
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LH4-tOqLH94&feature=related


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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 1:34:44 AM   
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LOL Feinder thats an excellent find, suprised anyone even seen those, used to view that page quite a bit.

I got a snoopy with flying goggles on my desk next to my laptop. Keeps that bloody baron away!

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 1:45:40 AM   
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I didn't know there were actually 3 or 4 songs.

There's the original that we're talking about. But there's a return of the Red Baron. Aother "behind the lines", and "Sopwith Camel Time" (haven't seen that one yet.

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(and I added a link for SInk the Bismark by Johny Horton)

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 2:37:40 AM   
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Air Minister: ...Dowding? I say Dowding, can you verify the figures?

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 5:00:45 AM   
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For those of us who are middle-aged:

Kirk:  "Computer--Destruct sequence 1 Code 1 1 A"

How many of us were sitting in the Theatre THINKING that there was no way the Enterprise ("No bloody A--B--C--or D") could actually blow up??!!  I was practically in tears as the saucer blew up and ship plunged down to Genesis...




One of my favorite Star Trek scenes is the one where Chekov is sent to find the nuclear wessels in Alameda...


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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 5:40:31 AM   
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A few more from 1941...

- Slim Pickins sitting on the comode of the Japanese submarine.."You ain't getting SH#T out of me!!"

-"Hollywoooood!!! Hollywoooooooooood!!"

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 5:49:44 AM   
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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 8:28:10 AM   
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There are so many!

1. The Scene from The Eagle Has Landed when the Germans paras strip off their Polish uniforms to show their German ones underneath. It always struck me how professional they come across in this scene - not to denigrate the Poles, but this group just went from some regular soldiers to real bad asses just by changing clothes.

2. Always when Richard Dreyfus looks at his port engine on his A-26, sees it's on fire, and then does his "hey, John Goodman, look at that! My engine's on fire" nod of his head just before it goes kaboom.

3. A lot of scenes from the Battle of Britain. I always got goose bumps when the Germans think they've sucked all of Britain's fighters from up North down to 11 Group area, and they run an unescorted mission in the North. Suddenly, they are bounced by - Spitfires! There is a wonderful scene when the exhilirating British music starts playing and you see a whole squadron of Spits carving a 90 degree bank turn, showing off those beautiful wings. More than any other plane, the Spit needs to be photographed in a 90 degree bank.

4. Kelly's Heroes? You bet! Coming out of the train tunnel with Working on the Railroad playing on the speakers. Or "I'm just drinking some wine, eating some cheese, and catching some rays." (I'm doing that one from memory - it may be a little out of order).

5. The Devil's Brigade when the Canadian hand-to-hand combat instructor decides to make an example of the obnoxious American soldier in the mess hall - you'd have to see it for this to make any sense.

6. The Dirty Dozen fight scene with the 101 boys in the latrine, Lee Marvin's little speech to Franco in the prison yard at the beginning of movie (smiling while saying "you'll do close order drill or I'll break your neck"), or "Get some special help and get those weapons."

7. The dinner scene in They Were Expendable where the Duke, Donna Reed, Robert Montgomery and some other officers are eating while the sailors are serenading outside. A sad attempt to forget the war and remember the way things were.

8. From Lawrence of Arabia, the scene at the well when Peter O'Toole meets Omar Sharif for the first time: "Good army compass. How if I take it?" "Then you would be a thief!"

9. Any Sean Penn scene from Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

10. The first time Jimmie Stewart flies in the B-36 in Strategic Air Command. What an amazing and yet awkward machine. America at the height of it's power, when it could crank out a new fighter or bomber model almost once a year. Not like today when the airframes are older than the pilots.

11. General Buck Schuck's (George C. Scott) excited and demonstrative description of how good his bomber pilots are: "Well, sir, if the A/C's a really good man, I mean really sharp, why he can barrel that plane along so low - well you just have to see it some time. A real big plane, like a Sting Ray, zig-zagging in, its jet exhaust frying chickens in the barnyard --- (almost feverish with excitement) Has he a chance?.....Hell, yes! He has one hell of a chance." What a performance by Scott!

11. Any scene with Color Sergeant Bourne (?) from Zulu. He's so . . . so . . . English!

And speaking of the English: last, but certainly not least, from A Bridge Too Far:

"We do not have the proper facilities to take you all prisoners. I'm sorry!"

Stunned German replies after a while: "What??"

"I'm terribly sorry, but as much as we'd love to, we cannot accept your surrender! ........ Was there anything else?"

--or --

"........This bit we're on now, this is the wide part!"



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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 12:29:51 PM   
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Opening scene in Gladiator where Maximus is daydreaming, walking in his fields back home in Spain, his gauntleted hand lightly brushing the wheat and in the distance you see a silhouette of a woman before a house  . . . then *Foomph* daydream over.

The little bird launches itself off the bare winter branch and Maximus watches him take flight with a wistful, dutiful look.

We now see his reality. He is far from home, wearing armor and wrapped in furs against the cold German winter. The landscape is scorched and broken, a soldier doing his duty . . .

-=-=-=-=

[Deckard spits at Roy as he falls; Roy catches him with one hand.]

Roy:
I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the darkness at Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time like tears in rain. Time to die.

-=-=-=-=-=

INT. RELIANT BRIDGE 246

ON SCREEN, Enterprise, intermittent image, backs away.

Khan smiles triumphantly through his pain. An

electronic power SOUND has been building.

KHAN

No... You can't get away... From

hell's heart I stab at thee...

(amid the pain)

For hate's sake... I spit my last

breath at thee!

Khan topples forward, dead. The WHINE continues to build

chillingly.



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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 2:03:42 PM   
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One of my favourite

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISD1hJz53L8&feature=related

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 2:31:25 PM   
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quote:

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I'm always fond of the scene in a Bridge too Far just after the Waal river assault and the tanks are pouring over the Nimijgen (sp) road bridge, the German SS officer orders the bridge blown and it doesn't work - he says something like "My god there only xx kilometres from Arnhem! Who can stop them now?" and then the "allied theme music" starts playing. I always hope that maybe, just maybe, this time they might make it - but they never do.

I think this links back into my being 12 when I first saw this movie and (knowing nothing of the history) being utterly gobsmacked that the allies didn't win the movie. It's still hard to comprehend over a decade later.




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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 2:32:20 PM   
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Myself:

Operation Petticoat.

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 2:33:32 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: TOMLABEL

A few more from 1941...

- Slim Pickins sitting on the comode of the Japanese submarine.."You ain't getting SH#T out of me!!"

-"Hollywoooood!!! Hollywoooooooooood!!"

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Who could forget Slim Pickens?
Hollis P. Wood: [after seeing Captain von Kleinschmidt enter] Jesus Palomino, a Nazi. I knew it, you're all in cahoots. Well let me tell you something, Mr. Heinie Kraut, I fought your kind in the great war, and we kicked the living sh^t out of you! Over there!

One of my all time scenes I charish was watching Runaway Train with Jon Voight and Eric Roberts, at the very end of the scene Manny unhooks the lead engine to the train, and Eric Roberts is screaming at him "Manny! Just shut her down, its all you got to do" followed by Manny (Jon Voight) climbing to top of the lead engine before it crashes. Entire time the song gloria Valdes is playing, a truely remarkable song.

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 4:50:07 PM   
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Nuff said...

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 4:56:39 PM   
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Gettysburg - Colonel Chamberlain "Bayonets!"

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 7:06:12 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Anthropoid

Opening scene in Gladiator where Maximus is daydreaming, walking in his fields back home in Spain, his gauntleted hand lightly brushing the wheat and in the distance you see a silhouette of a woman before a house  . . . then *Foomph* daydream over.

The little bird launches itself off the bare winter branch and Maximus watches him take flight with a wistful, dutiful look.

We now see his reality. He is far from home, wearing armor and wrapped in furs against the cold German winter. The landscape is scorched and broken, a soldier doing his duty . . .

-=-=-=-=

[Deckard spits at Roy as he falls; Roy catches him with one hand.]

Roy:
I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the darkness at Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time like tears in rain. Time to die.

-=-=-=-=-=

INT. RELIANT BRIDGE 246

ON SCREEN, Enterprise, intermittent image, backs away.

Khan smiles triumphantly through his pain. An

electronic power SOUND has been building.

KHAN

No... You can't get away... From

hell's heart I stab at thee...

(amid the pain)

For hate's sake... I spit my last

breath at thee!

Khan topples forward, dead. The WHINE continues to build

chillingly.




Kahn just chewed up the scenery and quotes Moby Dick as well as Hamlet in that film was GREAT!

Chamberlain's "Bayonets" rocks as well!

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 7:44:38 PM   
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Not a movie scene - back then they didn't have movies. Just a poem from the very old days, that seems to say it all. It's Kipling.

When first under fire an' you're wishful to duck,
Don't look nor take 'eed at the man that is struck,
Be thankful you're livin', and trust to your luck
And march to your front like a soldier.
Front, front, front like a soldier . . .

If your officer's dead and the sergeants look white,
Remember it's ruin to run from a fight:
So take open order, lie down, and sit tight,
And wait for supports like a soldier.
Wait, wait, wait like a soldier . . .

When you're wounded and left on Afghanistan's plains,
And the women come out to cut up what remains,
Jest roll to your rifle and blow out your brains
An' go to your God like a soldier;
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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/24/2009 7:54:28 PM   
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Kipling,...Pure poetry
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ORIGINAL: JWE

Not a movie scene - back then they didn't have movies. Just a poem from the very old days, that seems to say it all. It's Kipling.

When first under fire an' you're wishful to duck,
Don't look nor take 'eed at the man that is struck,
Be thankful you're livin', and trust to your luck
And march to your front like a soldier.
Front, front, front like a soldier . . .

If your officer's dead and the sergeants look white,
Remember it's ruin to run from a fight:
So take open order, lie down, and sit tight,
And wait for supports like a soldier.
Wait, wait, wait like a soldier . . .

When you're wounded and left on Afghanistan's plains,
And the women come out to cut up what remains,
Jest roll to your rifle and blow out your brains
An' go to your God like a soldier;
Go, go, go like a soldier.



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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/26/2009 2:06:30 AM   
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Yes, a classic line!

How about:
"Welcome to the party pal"


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The end of a very horrid movie called "A Boy and his Dog".  When the dog {via telepathy} tells Don Johnson that the girl was a good judge of character, even if she didn't have overly good taste.  Priceless.



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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/26/2009 2:30:04 AM   
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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/26/2009 7:04:16 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: John 3rd

For those of us who are middle-aged:

Kirk:  "Computer--Destruct sequence 1 Code 1 1 A"

How many of us were sitting in the Theatre THINKING that there was no way the Enterprise ("No bloody A--B--C--or D") could actually blow up??!!  I was practically in tears as the saucer blew up and ship plunged down to Genesis...




One of my favorite Star Trek scenes is the one where Chekov is sent to find the nuclear wessels in Alameda...




I was in tears when I saw that in the theater. "wessel."

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/26/2009 7:43:45 AM   
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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/26/2009 7:57:47 AM   
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thats my fav scene from "the longest day" or "der längste tag":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxFEMrpp5oI

Günther Blumentritt (curd jürgens) says then to his adjutant :"dont forget this day. we will lose this war because "the führer" took a sleeping pill".

that shows one more time how negative hitlers influence was on running operations of the wehrmacht..thanks to god he did everything to lose this war.



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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/26/2009 9:04:29 AM   
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The scene in Zulu at the end



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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/26/2009 2:09:06 PM   
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I haven't seen Zulu in over 25 years.  I need to hunt that one down and watch it! 

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RE: Off topic question, your fav movie scene? - 3/26/2009 4:52:36 PM   
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Good one Zulu.

If you get the chance find 300 Spartans from 1965 with Richard Egan as Leonidus. Far better in my book than the 300 version that came out a few years back. Good line from the movie, a bit of homespun wisdom by the Greek shepard that knows where the trails is to get around the Spartan position," Who can tell the minds of Gods. They create beautiful women and then turn them into wives!" Classic!

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