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The clip end credits from Same Time, Next Year (1978) To never say good-bye! For the last time I Felt like this! I was Falling in love! I was Falling! Falling and Feeling I'd never Fall in love again! Yes, the last time I Felt like this! Was long before I knew! What I'm Feeling now! With you! Yes, the last time I Felt like this! I was Falling in love! I was Falling! Falling and Feeling! I'd never Fall in love again! Yes, the last time I Felt like this! Was long before I knew! What I'm Feeling now! With you!
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The clip george returns from Same Time, Next Year (1978) What about Connie? Connie is 87 years old. What? Look. I wanted you to marry me, and I figured if you thought somebody else wanted me, I'd stand a better chance. Okay. Maybe I didn't think things through. I was desperate, okay? Look. I don't even wanna discuss it. I'm back, and I'm gonna keep coming back... every year until our bones are too brittle to risk contact. Hello! It all started with hello! On an evening long ago! When an unexpected smile! Caught my eye! Hello! If I'd smiled and looked away! We would not be here today!
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The clip parting for good Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978) Marlon Brando. Cary Grant. Lon McCallister. Okay. I'm back, goddamn it.
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The clip george proposes to doris from Same Time, Next Year (1978) with Alan Alda You know, I've been thinking about us a lot lately, everything we've been through together, things we've shared, times we've helped each other. Did you know we made love 113 times? What? I figured that out on my Bomar calculator. I think it's wonderful when people know each other that well. You know, there's nothing about you I don't know. You take two sugars, right? No. One. Okay. Uh- Oh, well, okay. Maybe I don't know everything about you. You know, I don't know who your favorite movie stars are. And I couldn't remember the name of your favorite perfume. I racked my brain, and I couldn't think of it. That's funny. It's My Sin. But I do know that in 26 years, I've never been out of love with you. I think that's incredible. So what do you say, Doris? You wanna get married? Married? We shouldn't even be doing this. I'm serious. Oh, my God. You are. Well, what'd you think I was, just a summer romance? A simple yes will do. There is no such thing, my love. What is it? I was just thinking of how many times I've dreamed of your asking me this.
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The clip george proposes to doris Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978) You know, that's pulled me through a lot of bad times. I wanna thank you for that. What did you say those other times? I always said yes. Why are you hesitating now? Do you realize I'm offering you the opportunity... to marry a man who has known you for 26 years... and can't walk by you without wanting to grab your ass? You always were a sweet talker.
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The clip doris refuses george from Same Time, Next Year (1978) with Alan Alda, Ellen Burstyn Doris, will you marry me? I can't. Why not? I'm already married. You feel you have to stay with him because he needs you? No. No. It's a lot of things. Affection. Respect. And a sense of continuity. I mean, we share all the same memories. It's comfortable. Goddamn it. I was the one who brought you back together six years ago. Why did I do such a stupid thing? Why was I so generous? Because you Felt the same way then about Helen as I do now about Harry, that's why. And besides, if you hadn't, you might've been stuck with me for good, and that idea scared you to death. You always could see through me, couldn't you? But that's okay, 'cause... I've always loved what I've seen. Well, I want you now. You can still have me once a year, same time, same place.
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The clip helen died from Same Time, Next Year (1978) Where's your luggage? Still in the car? I didn't bring any. I can't stay. Why not? Look, I have a lot to say... and a very short time to say it, so I'd better start. In the first place, it turns out that... Helen found out about us 10 years ago. When did you learn that? Two months ago. And she never confronted you with it before? No. What made her tell you now? She didn't. We have a very close friend, Connie. Did Have I ever mentioned her? No. Well, Connie told me. All those years, and she never even hinted that she knew. I guess that's the nicest story I've ever told about her. Your wife is an amazing woman. She passed away, Doris. I lost her six months ago. It was very fast. I'm sorry to blurt it out like that. I couldn't think of a graceful way to tell you. It's so strange. I never even met Helen, and I feel like I've just lost my best friend. Are the kids okay? The kids are great. If it weren't for them, I don't know if I'd have gotten through this whole thing.
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The clip helen died Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978) I wish you'd tried to reach me. Well, I did. That's how I found out you'd sold the store. They gave me your home number, and I- I let the phone ring four times, and then I hung up. But I felt better knowing you were there if I needed you. Oh, I wish you'd spoken to me. Well, I didn't want to intrude. I didn't think I had the right. That's just terrible. We should've been together.
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The clip goldwater dispute from Same Time, Next Year (1978) Well- That's at least a step in the right direction. When did I suddenly become so appealing? When you went from pompous to confused. All right. Now, tell me, sir. What's your pleasure? A walk by the ocean... or a good book... or... me? You. Oh, I thought you'd never ask. What? Doris, you're not wearing a bra. George, you're so 40s. I'm a very old-fashioned man. Next, you'll be telling me you voted for Goldwater. I did. You're putting me on. No. Of course not. What are you doing? If you think I'm going to bed with any son of a bitch who voted for Goldwater, you're crazy. Doris, don't do this to me. Not now. How could you vote for a man like that? Yuck! Can we discuss this later? No. We'll discuss it right now. Why did you vote for him? Because I have a son who wants to be a rock musician. What kind of reason is that? The best one I can come up with in my condition. I'm sorry, George, you're gonna have to do a whole lot better than that. All right. He wanted to end the war, okay? Sure, by destroying the country. He never said that. That's the trouble with you people. You never listen.
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The clip goldwater dispute Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978) It's a civil war. We have no right being there in the first place. Oh, I'm so sick of hearing that liberal crap. We have the bomb. Why don't we use it? Are you serious? You're damned right I am. Wipe the sons of bitches off the face of the earth. Oh, my God! I don't know anything about you! What kind of man are you? Right now, a very frustrated one. All this time, I thought I was going to bed with a liberal Democrat. Wait a minute. You told me you worked for Stevenson. That was years ago. So what happened? What changed you? I grew up. Oh, yeah? Well, as far as I'm concerned, you didn't turn out too hot. Let's just forget it, huh? Oh, I'm not gonna forget it! I mean, being stuffy and old-fashioned is one thing, but being a fascist is another. I am not a fascist! Well, you're advocating mass murder! Let's just drop it. No, I'm not
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The clip angry impotence conversation from Same Time, Next Year (1978) No, of course I haven't left Helen. I'm on a business trip. I come up here every year. I am not running away From the problem. Of course I know it's serious. I still don't think that's any reason to call me long distance and try- Yes, I saw a doctor. He said He said it's no big deal. He said every man has this problem at one time or another and- Look, if we have to discuss this, you might as well learn to pronounce it correctly. It's impotence, not im-po-tence. It is not something you have to nip in the bud! Yes, of of course I'm gonna try to do something about it. Would you let me handle this in my own way? Would you pl May I- I I'm gonna be fine, all right? I'm gonna I'm gonna be okay. I can feel it. I know it. I'm seeing someone out here who's an expert. I'm gonna hang up now! Good-bye, Mother! Hello, Mr. Chalmers. Afternoon, ma'am.
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The clip passage of time montage from Same Time, Next Year (1978) Oh, the last time I Felt like this! I was Falling in love! Falling and Feeling! I'd never Fall in love again! Yes, the last time I Felt like this! Was long before I knew! What I'm Feeling now! With you! What I'm Feeling now! With! You!
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The clip breakfast and confessions from Same Time, Next Year (1978) with Alan Alda Uh, Doris, I'd like to tell you something. Okay. You probably think I do this sort of thing all the time. I know I must appear very smooth and glib and sexual. But since I've been married, this is the very first time I've done this. Ah, sure. Don't worry. I could tell. Listen, would you mind if I had a little of your breakfast? Sure. I'm not hungry. Thank you. Even when I was single, I was no good at quick, superficial affairs. I always had to like the person What do you mean, you could tell? I n what way could you tell? What? Oh. Uh, well, it was just little things, you know, like when you tried to take your pants off over your shoes... and t tripped and hit your head on the coffee table. Just little things like that. It's great to be totally honest with another person, isn't it? It sure is. Doris, I haven't been totally honest with you. You haven't? I told you I was a married man with two children. You're not? I'm a married man with three children. I thought it would make me seem less married. All right, I didn't think it through, all right? There's been like a lead weight inside me all morning. I mean, denying little Debbie like that! I was under a certain stress or I wouldn't have done it. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Y
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The clip breakfast and confessions Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978) I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Y You understand? Sure. We all do dopey things sometimes. Well... I really should be going. The nuns are gonna be wondering what happened to me. Nuns? Did you say nuns?
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The clip pregnancy story from Same Time, Next Year (1978) with Ellen Burstyn Yeah, somehow it just didn't seem right to bring up last night, but I was on my way to retreat. Retreat? Yeah. See, it's right near here. I go every year at this time when Harry takes the kids to Bakersfield. What's in Bakersfield? His mother. It's her birthday. Doesn't she mind that you don't go? No, she hates me. 'Cause I got pregnant. Her son had something to do with that. Yeah, she blocks that out of her mind. See, he was in his first year of dental college... and he had to quit and take a job selling waterless cooking. So now every year on her birthday, I just go on retreat. To think about God? Well, him too, sure, but also about myself... 'cause, see, I got pregnant when I was just 18, so I've never really had any time to just think. You know, I mean, about, well, what I think about. Never mind. I don't know what I'm trying to say. Sometimes I think I'm crazy. Why? Oh. Well, okay, like, take my life. Now, we live in a two-bedroom duplex in downtown Oakland, and we have a 1948 Studebaker, a blond, three-piece dinette set, Motorola TV. We go bowling at least once a week. I mean, what more could anyone ask for? But sometimes... things get me down. Oh, I don't know. It's dumb. I don't think it's dumb. You don't? No.
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The clip pregnancy story Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978) with Ellen Burstyn, Alan Alda You know, I can really talk to you. It's just amazing. I find myself saying things to you that I didn't even know I thought. I noticed that yesterday right after we met in the restaurant. We had instant rapport. Did you notice that too? No, but I know we really hit it off. See, Harry's not much of a talker, you know. How 'bout your wife? Do you two get to talk a lot?
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