By warner music
The clip night time in the carriage from Sullivan's Travels (1941)
I'll be all right.
It's the desert.
I'll be all right.
As soon as this blasted thing comes to a town someplace,
I'll send for a car and have you taken home.
This is a lot of"hokey-palokey. "
This is a terrible way to travel, with a girl.
It's better with a girl than without one. You would have frozen to death.
If I go back, will you go back with me?
Then I won't go back, either.
You're so simple, you're apt to get into trouble.
Why do you think I'm here?
Gee, I like that about you.
You're like those knights of old,
who used to ride around looking for trouble.
Who was it who rode on a pure white horse?
She must have been a nut. I bet her husband was sore. Are you jealous?
Why don't you shut up and try to get some sleep.
Will you go to sleep too?
Why don't you try counting the hogs jumping over a hedge?
Listen, short britches...
The clip blaming-the-teachers from Lean on Me (1989) with Beverly Todd, Michael P. Moran. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Give me your attention, everyone. First three rows take 4 steps forward. Right now! Come on! 1, 2, 3, 4. Ok, that's good. Turn around. Hold it, mr. O'malley! What's your excuse? I was filling out a big stack of forms. I didn't know what time it was. This is a prime example of the kind of inefficiency and apathy that is destroying this school. Mr. O'malley, i can't believe you're that bad. I'll give you a chance to revitalize your image. Set up a student-peer tutoring program. Maybe the students can help themselves. Lord knows, you teachers aren't doing the job. Ms. Levias, i want remedial reading on saturdays. Volunteers will get regular pay. We can't afford overtime. Mr. Clark, the problem isn't our pay. What is the problem as you see it? How to get the students in on saturday. You hear that, people? How do we get the students in on saturdays for remedial reading? I'll tell you how. We'll go to their homes. We'll talk to their folks. If their folks can't read, they can come in, too. The only way we'll get anything done is to get everyone involved. And that goes for all of you! It's time to get involved. Everyone in this section, put both your hands above your heads. Raise your hands! Put them up! You people represent the 70% of our students who just failed the practice exam. 70%! But that is not their failure. I don't blame them.
The clip stopping-thomas-in-the-hallway from Lean on Me (1989) with Jermaine Hopkins, Morgan Freeman. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. You know, baby, i look at you, and i want to do the hootchie cootchie. Hootchie cootchie, that's what i'm doing. You know, sometime, baby. Come on, fellas, not again. Sams, freeze. Where are you running off to? Why aren't you carrying a book? I got lunch then gym- why did i let you back in here? To get an education. How you gonna get an education if you don't read? I read. When do you get your report card? Next week. Miss james says i'm getting a "b." I knew you were smart. I knew it, too. See you later. Nice tie. Sams, get back here. Let's see what's in here. You don't want to go in there. It stinks.