The clip Meeting Frank from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Come a little closer. I wanna get a better look at you.
How's your skin, son?
My skin, sir?
Oh, for Christ's sake.
I'm sorry, I don... Just call me Frank.
Call me Mr. Slade.
Call me Colonel, if you must. Just don't call me sir.
All right, Colonel.
You on student aid, Simms?
Yes, I am.
For "student aid" read "crook. "
Your father peddles car telephones at a 300% markup.
Your mother works on heavy commission in a camera store.
Graduated to it from espresso machines.
What are you, dying of some wasting disease?
No, I'm right... I'm right here.
I know exactly where your body is.
What I'm lookin' for is some indication of a brain.
Too much football without a helmet?
Hah! Lyndon's line on Gerry Ford.
Deputy Debriefer, Paris, Peace Talks, '66.
Snagged the Silver Star and a silver bar. Threw me into G-2.
Intelligence, of which you have none.
The clip Questioning Charlie from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Where you from?
What does your daddy do in Gresham, Oregon?
Hmm? Count wood chips?
My stepfather and my mom run a convenience store.
How convenient. What time they open?
5:00 a. m.
1:00 a. m.
You got me all misty-eyed!
So, what are you doing here in this sparrow-fart town?
I attend Baird.
I know you go to the Baird school.
Point is, how do you afford it,
even with the student aid and the folks back home hustlin' corn nuts?
I won a Young American merit scholarship.
Glory, glory Hallelujah
Glory, glory Hallelujah
That little piece of tail?
Get her outta here!
The clip Questioning Charlie Part 2 from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Can't believe they're my blood.
IQ of sloths and the manners of banshees.
He's a mechanic, she's a homemaker.
He knows as much about cars as a beauty queen,
and she bakes cookies, taste like wing nuts.
As for the tots, they're twits.
How's your skin, son? I like my aides to be presentable.
The clip Charlie just wants a job from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Al Pacino. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
I've had a few zits.
But my roommate, he lent me his Clinique
because he's from Chestnut Hill and he's got...
"The History of My Skin," by Charles Simms.
You patronizing me, peewee? Hmm?
You givin' me that old prep school palaver?
A bunch of runny-nosed snots in tweed jackets
all studyin' to be George Bush.
I believe President Bush went to Andover, Colonel.
You sharpshootin' me, punk?
Is that what you're doin'?
Don't you sharpshoot me.
You'll give me 40.
Then you're gonna give me 40 more.
Then you're gonna pull K.P., the grease pit!
I'll rub your nose in enlisted men's crud
till you don't know which end is up!
What do you want?
What do you mean, what do I want?
What do you want here?
I want a job.
Yeah, I want a job so I can make, you know,
my plane fare home for Christmas.
Oh, God, you're touching!
The clip Dismissed from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
They used to waltz on the banks
Of the mighty Mississippi
Loving the whole night through
Till the riverboat gambler
Went off to make a killin'
And bring it on back to you
Still here, poormouth?
Hustlin' jalapeno dips to the appleseeds.
The clip Reluctantly taking the job from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Charlie, we're up here! Come on up.
This is Donny. Hey, Charlie.
Mrs. Rossi, I got the feelin' I screwed up.
Oh, you couldn't have.
It was a bad interview.
That was no interview, Charlie. You're it.
You're the only one that showed up. You have to take the job.
He sleeps a lot. You can watch television, call your girlfriend.
I promise you, an easy 300 bucks.
I don't get an easy feeling.
His bark is worse than his bite.
He was a great soldier, a real hero.
The man grows on you.
By Sunday night, you'll be best friends.
I want to get away with my husband for a few days,
and Uncle Frank won't come with us.
Six months ago, he could sometimes tell light from dark,
but now there's nothing.
I just feel better having someone else around just in case.
Okay, Mrs. Rossi.
Thank you, Charlie.
Come here, you.
The clip Getting a reserved book from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Philip Seymour Hoffman. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
There you go.
Chas. Chas, hold up.
How you doin'? I'm good.
This can't go out. This is on reserve.
Here's the thing.
I need the book tonight
for a Thanksgiving quiz with big-shit Preston in the morning.
Yeah, I know. That's why he put it on reserve.
This is our only copy.
Chas, I'm pullin' an all-nighter.
Without that book I'm dead, okay?
If it's not back by 7:30, it's gonna be my ass.
Oh, I promise. I promise.
The clip Witnessing the prank preparations from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Philip Seymour Hoffman. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Got it? Yeah.
Just a second. I gotta lock up.
God, can you wait to get out of this dump or what?
Where you guys going skiing again? Sugarloaf or...
It's bush, Chas, Sugarbush.
That's my boys.
What are you doin'?
Keep your voice down!
I'll tell you about it in the morning.
Mrs. Hunsaker, have a nice day?
George, why all the noise?
It's Hunsaker! Go! Go!
I was just messin' around with Chas.
Good evening, Charles.
Hi, Mrs. Hunsaker.
What was that? I don't know, ma'am.
Who were those boys?
The clip Witnessing the prank preparations Part 2 from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Chris O'Donnell, Philip Seymour Hoffman. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Oh, who knows? What were they doing?
Did you make this scarf yourself?
No, George, I bought it.
'Cause it's a beauty. It really is. Thank you, George.
In case I don't see you before the Thanksgiving holidays,
why don't you give me one of your big hugs?
Oh, George! Please?
Good evening, boys. Come on.
Goodbye, Mrs. Hunsaker.
The clip Pranking the headmaster from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Matt Smith, Todd Louiso. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Mr. Trask is our fearless leader,
a man of learning, a voracious reader.
He could recite the lliad in ancient Greek
while fishing for trout in a rippling creek.
Endowed with wisdom, of judgment sound,
nevertheless about him the questions abound.
How does Mr. Trask make such wonderful deals?
Why did the trustees buy him Jaguar wheels?
He wasn't conniving.
He wasn't crass.
He merely puckered his lips
and kissed their ass!
The clip Pranking the headmaster Part 2 from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Chris O'Donnell. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
One more, come on!
The clip Who was it? from Scent of a Woman (1992) with James Rebhorn, Philip Seymour Hoffman. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Mrs. Hunsaker says that you gentlemen
were at a vantage point last night
to observe who was responsible for this
Who was it?
I really couldn't tell you, sir.
I thought I saw someone fooling with the lamppost,
but by the time I pulled focus, they were gone.
I couldn't say.
That automobile is not just a possession of mine.
That automobile was presented to me by the board of trustees.
It is a symbol of the standard of excellence
for which this school is known,
and I will not have it tarnished.
The standard, Mr. Willis.
What's your position, Mr. Simms?
On what, sir?
On preserving the reputation of Baird.
I'm for Baird.
Then, who did it?
I really couldn't say for sure.
The clip A Standout student from Scent of a Woman (1992) with James Rebhorn, Chris O'Donnell. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
I'm not quite through with you yet.
One of the few perks of this office is that
I am empowered to handle certain matters on my own as I see fit.
Do you understand?
Yes, sir. Good.
The Dean of Admissions at Harvard and I have an arrangement.
Along with the usual sheaf of applicants submitted by Baird,
of which virtually
two-thirds are guaranteed admittance,
I add one name,
somebody who's a standout and yet underprivileged.
A student who cannot afford to pay
the board and tuition in Cambridge.
Do you know on whose behalf I drafted a memo this year?
You, Mr. Simms.
Now can you tell me who did it?
No, sir, I can't.
You take the weekend to think about it, Mr. Simms.
What'd he say?
The clip Left behind from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Get it out.
Put the boards on the blues and fold 'em in.
Are we going someplace, Colonel?
What business is that of yours?
Don't shrug, imbecile. I'm blind.
Save your body language for the bimbi.
Now, get my gear out.
Francine, get in the car.
It's almost 3:00. The goddamn Flintstones haven't left yet.
Willie Rossi must go in the car.
Here comes Mrs. Rossi now.
She said goodbye to me three times today.
What has she got, separation anxiety?
Cut her off at the door.
Hi, honey. Bye, honey.
I wish you were coming with us.
Maybe next time.
Drive carefully now.
Charlie, this is where we'll be.
Good luck, Charlie. Don't let him drink too much.
See you, Charlie.
And no 000 numbers. He loves to talk dirty.
All right, let's get to work.
The clip Packing a bag from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
buckles givin' you trouble?
Never in the Boy Scouts, sluggo?
I made Tenderfoot.
Tenderfoot, my foot!
Convenience store mama's boy.
Here. Let me take a look at that.
Touch me again, I'll kill you, you little son of a bitch!
I touch you.
My shoulder boards are in the top dresser drawer. Get them, son.
The epaulets with the silver oak leaf.
Are these the...
Good. Taxi come yet?
Colonel, where are we going?
The clip Leaving for New York from Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Where are we going?
Freak show central.
Where's that? New York City.
That's in New York, son.
New York State.
Mrs. Rossi didn't say anything to me about going anywhere.
Should we call her, 'cause I...
You kidding me?
Call her? By the time they get to Albany
in that Hupmobile he drives
it'll be opening day at Saratoga.
Colonel, I can't go to New York City.
New York's too much responsibility.
I had a lot of 17-year-olds in my first platoon.
I took care of them. All set!
How do I look?
Old Washington joke from my days with Lyndon.
I knew I could count on transportation.
Are you ready?
This is not Panmunjom. A simple yes will do.
Um... Good! Here you go.
Come on! Hop to, son!
You're in front of me. Let's go.
Tomster, come here, boy.
Here, Tomster, come on.
Tomster, Tomster. Yeah.
Remember, when in doubt,