By warner music
The clip sullivan imprisoned from Sullivan's Travels (1941)
Come on, come on!
Mister, new man.
Put him in 13.
Just a minute, boys. I want to...
You speak when you're spoken to around here. Hold up your arm and wait.
You say " Mister" when you're talking to me.
Put him in 13 and find him a bunk.
Wait a minute, wait a minute. Them cost me $16.50.
Another Richard Roe, eh?
There seems to be a lot of them.
How's everything at the house, Charlie?
Give my regards to the missus.
I'll do that little thing.
I gotta get out of here.
Take it easy, boy.
I'm John L. Sullivan, a Hollywood director.
Somebody slugged me. I gotta get out of here.
A Hollywood what?
Take it easy, will you? You're gonna lose your privilege.
No letters, no smokes, no writing. You don't want that.
I want a lawyer. You get me to a telephone.
There's a telephone right down there.
They can't do things like this to people. Put 'em in a pigsty.
Pipe down, will you, please, before he hears.
I want a lawyer. I demand my right to have a lawyer!
Did you hear that? He demands a lawyer.
You starting in again?
You're gonna be here a long time, see?
And you gotta learn, and learn quick.
Chain him in.
No privilege, fresh guy.
The clip speaking-to-the-students from Lean on Me (1989) with Morgan Freeman, Karen Malina White. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Next time it may be you. If you do no better than they did, next time itwillbe you. They said this school was dead like the cemetery it's built on, but we call our eastside teams ghosts, don't we? And what are ghosts? Ghosts are spirits that rise from the dead. I want you to be my ghosts. You are going to lead our resurrection by defying the expectation that all of us are doomed to failure. My motto is simple. If you do not succeed in life, i don't want you to blame your parents. I don't want you to blame the white man. I want you to blame yourselves. The responsibility is yours! In two weeks, we have a practice exam and the minimum basic skills test on april 13th. That's 110 school days from now, but it's not just about those test scores. If you do not have these basic skills, you will find yourselves locked out, locked out of that american dream that you see advertised on tv, that they tell you is so easy to get. You are here for one reason, one reason only- to learn to work for what you want. The alternative is to waste your time and to fall into the trap of crime, drugs, and death.
The clip plans-against-the-fire-chief from Lean on Me (1989) with Morgan Freeman, Beverly Todd. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Ms. Levias, is everyone here? Yes, sir. Let me have your attention. With the help of my ubiquitous, clandestine informants i have learned that the mayor has told the fire chief to catch me with chains on the doors. They want to prosecute me and get me out of here. The security guards are our first line of defense. If you see the fire chief, stop him at the gates. Call in code 10 on your walkie-talkies. We will repeat code 10 on the p.a. System. All teachers and guards have keys to the exit doors. When you hear code 10, proceed to your assigned door and remove the chains. Guards, resume your posts. Ms. Levias, take over. Tell those kids in my office to meet me here 7th period. How did it go? It's under control. I have the progress report on the reading program. I thought you'd like to hear it. I would like to hear it. I'd also like to hear the kids in my office, and mr. Rosenberg, and dr. Napier. I can't be 10 different places at the same time. Maybe my vice principal can do something without me for once. Mr. Clark. I'll help you 7th period. Excuse me.