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The clip saving mannequin from Backdraft (1991) Shit! Help! Stephen! Over here! Someone's over here! Help! Where's my brother? I don't know. I ain't seen him, Bull! Is anybody in here? My God! I got one! I got one! Somebody, give me a hand! Is she going to be all right? I'm afraid you're a little too late with this one. Sorry to hear about the mannequin. I heard you two were close.
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The clip scene of fire from Backdraft (1991) Oh, yeah, this is gonna taste like shit. All right, let's go! Shit! I hate it when we gotta fucking go look for it. Call in a box, Otis. We're gonna need some back-up. Brian, inch-and-a-half. Get the high-rise jet. These moments do try me. Be gentle now, Axe. Holy shit! Coming through! Hey, Probie, how about it, huh? Yo! You ready? Yeah. You're doin' it wrong. Stay beside me. I mean, right beside me. Come on, man. Kick it in. Get down! Show time!
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The clip ride home from Backdraft (1991) War, yeah What is it good for Absolutely nothing Say it again, y'all War, look out What is it good for Absolutely nothing Listen to me Ohh war I despise 'cause it means- Thanks for the ride. Hey, Brian. I'll see you tonight, huh? Yeah, I'll see you tonight.
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The clip lunch from Backdraft (1991) with Scott Glenn, Juan Ramírez That money will probably end up coming from- This better be good. Or we feed you to the thing. Shut up. You got something against dalmatians? Accident or murder? That's the question arson investigators are struggling with... after a freak explosion known by firefighters as a backdraft- Hey, Pengelly, you're on TV. I saw you too! Look, that's me. He's been identified as Alan Seagrave, a prominent Chicago C.P.A. Despite pressure from the city council, fire officials refuse to speculate on the cause, saying only that their investigation is continuing. Gentlemen, gentlemen. Here he goes again. As 17th's official toastmaster- And bullshitter. Thank you, Santos. Did I mention you were cut out of my will? I think it appropriate... that we recognize the two asswipes... probationary firemen, among us today, who were officially baptized... into the world of old man fire. First, to Tim. Despite the fact he was born with a dull expression... and a really hideous pair of ears, he not only took on the beast, but pulled from its clutches, assisted by a more famous and brilliant firefighter... me, a kicking and screaming civilian... who'll probably wind up suing us for breaking her fingernails. And to Brian. Help me, Santos. Whose own contribution... was both more beautiful and less likely to sue us. Son-of-a-bitch. When I heard that both McCaffrey brothers...
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The clip lunch Part 2 from Backdraft (1991) were being assigned here at this station at the same time, my heart was filled with a... sudden desire to transfer. So raise a glass, lads, to funny-looking Tim and the McCaffrey brothers. For despite the fact... they've gotten on each other's nerves for years, have managed with great effort to still be pissed off at each other. Gentlemen... Fuck you!
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The clip picture in the paper from Backdraft (1991) I've known Jack Fitzgerald since he was a candidate. They had fire engines then? Get that man's name! I gotta say, he was just as ugly then. Can I have a beer, please? Hey. How you doin'? Hey. ...home of the real firemen. Enough of us stroking each other. Here's the man we're here to honor, Chief Jack Fitzgerald. I know I speak for everybody here. It's about time you retired... and made a promotion for somebody else. Think I oughta change the view. I couldn't have wished for a better life. Thank you much. I don't believe this shit! Pretty boy, get a load of this. Bull, wait'll you listen to this shit. Let me see. Hey-hey-hey. "Probationary Fireman, Brian McCaffrey, on his first fire, showed the bravery and courage of a veteran... when he risked life and limb to... double-check a burning floor, alone. Emerging victoriously with Anna Rodriquez, a seamstress for the North Shore Clothing Company. " Axe, get a load of this shit! "McCaffrey first gained prominence as the subject... of a 1972 Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph taken... at the scene of his father's death. " That's me. What are we gonna do about this? Hey, 17, what's going on? Well... I think that it's union bylaw... that if you get your picture in the paper, even if it's bullshit, you buy the whole company a drink. All right! I know I'm gonna have another double... on the hero! Give him a hand over here. What's this? Leave 'em alone. Good job.
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The clip picture in the paper Part 2 from Backdraft (1991) Brian McCaffrey, huh? Brian, this is my boss, Alderman Swayzak. He wanted to meet you. You should be proud of helping to save that woman's life. That was a hell of a job. Don't believe everything you read. Don't be so modest, Brian. See that? That's a mannequin.
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The clip job offer from Backdraft (1991) Look, Brian, let me just get down to it, okay? I've been checking you out. Jennifer can't say enough. I need your help. I'm gonna offer you a job. I've already got a job. The great thing about this job, it's still with the fire department. One of your best investigators, Don Rimgale, is working a really tough case. He needs an extra pair of hands. If that name is gonna come from my office, I want it to be you. Why is that? I want someone from a real traditional fire-fighting clan. Yeah, we got all kinds of traditions... like dying young. Thanks anyway. Took you all of 30 seconds to blow that off. Brian, I know it's not my place to say this, but I think you're passing on a great opportunity. You're smarter than that. Look, Jen. I'm trying to do something here. Can't you see that? I'm trying to be a fireman, not some kind of poster boy for Swayzak. There's gotta be at least 500 other smoke eaters here... that do that shit for real every day. Why don't you tell Swayzak to talk to one of them?
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The clip working for the investigator from Backdraft (1991) with Robert De Niro, Kevin Crowley So stop me if I got this wrong. The fire's almost out, you're upstairs on the unburned floor... checkin' for heat. Correct? Yes, sir. Messages for you. Thank you. You've been told by your battalion chief, your captain... and by me not to do nothin', right? Do nothin' until ordered, correct? Yes, sir. Now the itch starts. The glory boy flash starts. "I'm a hero. Heroes don't stand around. " You can tell me. That's what it was? Yes, sir. So you punched out a window for ventilation. Was that before or after you noticed you were standing in a lake of gasoline? Was that before or after you noticed... you were standing in a lake of gasoline, you idiot? Before, sir. You could have burned, killed, or crispered half that company. You wrecked the physical evidence that I use to prove that it's arson. You know how goddamn hard it is to determine the cause. Now go home and you think about that. I'll have to call him back. Excuse me. Yeah? Brian McCaffrey, your new assistant. Oh, Dennis' kid. Why don't you go find a corner to hide in? I'll get to you later. I don't wanna deal with you now. Great. You still standing there? I think we should get something straight here now.
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The clip working for the investigator Part 2 from Backdraft (1991) with Robert De Niro, William Baldwin I was assigned to this office by the city. You better get used to me. I know who you were assigned by. I knew your father too. He was a hell of a fireman. He had a hell of a reputation. But it don't cut slack here as far as I'm concerned. Swayzak sends you here, fine. I gotta eat you? Those are the rules. I got nothin' to say about that. Swayzak or no, you work for me now. Step outta line, make one false move, you're outta here. Don't think you're the first. Let's go. Where we goin'? Pest control.
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The clip arsonist court hearing from Backdraft (1991) with Donald Sutherland Shadow, shadow Hi, Shadow. Hi, Ronald. How ya doin'? Stayin' comfortable? I didn't think you would make it. I wouldn't miss this. Who's that? He works for me. Is he a fireman? I like firemen. You like everybody, Ronald. Brian McCaffrey. Yeah, sure. No, that's Stephen. He's the little one with the hat. Oh, what a treat! Hey, do I know you? Your dad did. Who the hell is this guy? Nah, put it away. Come on, Shadow. He lost his dad to the animal and... you didn't even tell him who he was coming to see? Tell him. Let me tell you about Ronald. Ronald likes telephones. Likes to tape wooden matches to the bell strikers... and then wrap it in cotton with gasoline. Had a whole little thing goin', huh? And when you got bored? What'd you do? He started makin' calls. Never proved. Tell him about us down on State Street. Nah. Nobody cares about that one. It was your basic warehouse torch I was doin' for the owner. I mean, they were a cakewalk. I just- I just lost my concentration and my animal turned on me. Got the whole place going like hell. My hair was on fire, my hands. Everything. I was dead. Then suddenly I was alive. I was pulled out of there... by my hero, my Shadow here. Except, he didn't see this big tub of phosphorous, did you? Explosion lit him up so bright, left his shadow on the wall. Still shy about rolling up your sleeves, Shadow? Show him your stomach. The funny thing about firemen, night and day, they're always firemen. Ronald Bartel.
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The clip arsonist court hearing Part 2 from Backdraft (1991) with Robert De Niro, Donald Sutherland All right, the parole board has received... Mr. Bartel's fitness report, his I.D. 44, endorsement from his section warden. Dr. Norris? As supervising psychiatrist, I would describe... Mr. Bartel's progress as remarkable. Taking into account his disability and the six years... he's already served, I recommend a parole. Mr. Bartel, do you regret your crimes? Yes, and- and I'm aware of the pain that I have caused. If released, will you commit these crimes again? No. No, I won't. Do you consider yourself ready for society? Yes, I do. Yeah, right, Ronald. You're ready, all right. Excuse me. Excuse me. Shadow. Remember this? Remember this, Ronald? Remember who it belonged to? Mm-hmm. What did you do to that little girl? It's not fair, Shadow. What did you do to that little girl? I burned her. You burned her. What do you do to old ladies, Ronald? Burn them. And what about the world, Ronald? What would you like to do with the whole world? Burn it all. See ya next year, Ronald.
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The clip fire fighting drills from Backdraft (1991) Get it on your shoulder, Probie. It's not a football. What's the long face What's all the cryin' for Didn't you expect it When you opened your door Did the man with the long coat With a long list of victims And everybody watching knows He's the one keeping the score From where she sits everyone stands in judgment And people watching as the curtain falls down See the lights do a long slow fade The show goes on And the sad-eyed sisters go walkin' on Everyone watchin' all along The show goes on As the earth turns and the summer's all gone Still without you the show goes on You're not breaking any records, Brian. Goddamn it! Get it on your shoulder! All right, Stephen. Come on, Stephen!
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The clip fire fighting drills Part 2 from Backdraft (1991) Come on, Brian. Kick that old man's ass! Run, damn you! I'm comin'. I'm comin'! Aw, shit! Are you okay? Yeah. Run, damn you! Oh, shit. Okay, roll the hose. Are you kidding me? By myself? You heard me. What about Tim? Aw, shit. What about Tim? For Christ's sake. Next time I'll let you win. You got a problem with drilling, Probie? Is that it? No! I don't have a problem with it. But let's just have one drill, Lieutenant, not one for the company and one for me. Roll the hose now! I'm not gonna quit, Stephen. You hear me? I'm not gonna quit.
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The clip baby saved from fire from Backdraft (1991) My baby! My baby is still up there! Please, somebody! Where's your baby at? How many men you got in there? My baby is still up there. Please help me! Hold on, Steve. Don't go up there. Wait for the hose line. Brian! Hey, don't take that kind of shit from it! Don't let it know you're scared! Stephen, we gotta wait for a hose team. No time. Come on! You ready? We gotta wait for a hose team. Jump when I say. It won't get us. Now! Hold your breath! Stephen!
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The clip baby saved from fire Part 2 from Backdraft (1991)
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