The clip another murder from Charade (1963) with Jacques Marin, Cary Grant
Three of them, all in their pajamas? C'est ridicule.
What is it, some new American fad?
And now your friend who lives here, uh, the one from Texas,
he has disappeared into thin air.
Where is he?
I wish I knew.
Tell me, Mr. Dyle. Where were you at 3:30 a. m.?
In my room, asleep.
And you, Mrs. Lampert?
I was too.
In Mr. Dyle's room?
No, in my room.
Obviously you're telling the truth,
for why would you invent such a ridiculous story?
And if I were you, I wouldn't stay in my pajamas.
Well, that wraps it up. Tex has the money.
I'll let you know when I've found him.
You're gonna go looking for him now?
If the police find him first, they're not going to turn over that quarter of a million to us.
Go to bed and bolt your door.
The clip opening-sequence from Super Size Me (2004) with Morgan Spurlock. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
The clip medical-pre-examinations from Super Size Me (2004) with Morgan Spurlock, Lisa Ganjhu. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. I knew if I was going to do this, I would need some serious medical supervision, so I enlisted the help of not one, but three doctors - a cardiologist, a gastroenterologist, and a general practitioner. You're feeling quite well today, yes? In general, any fatigue or weight loss, weight gain, any change in your vision? No fever, no earache, no cough no shortness of breath, no chest pain... ...nausea, vomiting, heartburn? Dr. Isaacs: No hospitalizations for illness? Do you take any medications of any sort? I�ve just been taking vitamins. Any food allergies or anything? No. There's no heart disease or diabetes or blood pressure or cancer in the immediate family? My grandfather's had a couple open-heart surgeries. One out of four grandparents is dead. Yeah. Good genes. That's the important thing. Now? None. You don't smoke? I used to, but I don't. Any drug use at all? Not for a long time. Yes. Yes. Is there anything we didn't cover? Is there anything else you need to tell me? I don't think so. "Patient is embarking on a one-month McDonald's binge." Very good. You might have something called white coats. 140 over about 95. 130 over 105. 120 over 80. That's what it is? The other guys are stressing me out. You're much more relaxed. I tend to do that to my patients. Swallow, please. Your reflexes are perfect. Good. Back out. Normal. Say "ah."