The clip Elmer and dying from On Golden Pond (1981) with Katharine Hepburn, Henry Fonda
He was my first true love, you know.
Known all along I wasn't the first in line.
No, you were a rather cheap substitute for Elmer.
And now he's had a fall.
Maybe he wanted to kill himself.
Maybe he wanted to be cremated. Probably got cancer or termites or something.
Shut up, Norman!
Not a bad way to go, huh?
Quick front flip off the mantle, end up in the fire. Nothin' to it.
Norman, will you shut up?
When my number's up, do that for me.
Prop me up on the mantle, point out which way is down.
Might even try for a full gainer with a half twist.
Norman Thayer, Jr., your fascination with dying is beginning to frazzle my good humor.
Not fascination. Just crosses my mind now and then.
Every five minutes. Don't you have anything else to think about?
Nothing quite as interesting.
Well, what's stopping you? Why don't you take your dive and get it over with?
And leave you alone with Elmer? You must be mad!
Oh, for pity's sake.
Come on and help me get the canoe off the porch.