The clip Eva vs. Annie from Field of Dreams (1989) with Amy Madigan, Lee Garlington. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Excuse me, madam.
Terence Mann was a warm and gentle voice of reason during a time of great madness.
He coined the phrase, "Make love, not war."
While other people chanted, "Burn, baby, burn," he was talking about love and peace and understanding.
I cherished every one of his books, and I dearly wish he had written more.
Maybe if you had experienced even a little bit of the '60s you might feel the same way, too.
I experienced the '60s.
No, you had two '50s and moved right into the '70s.
Annie, look at this.
Your husband plowed under his corn and built a baseball field.
Now, there's an intelligent response.
Honey, it's all right. I'll be cool.
At least he is not a book-burner, you Nazi cow.
At least I'm not married to the biggest horse's ass in three counties.
All right, Beulah, do you want to step outside?
All right, I've got a better idea. Let's take a vote. Who's for Eva Braun?
Who wants to burn books?
Who wants to spit on the Constitution of the United States of America? Anybody?
All right. Now, who's for the Bill of Rights?
Who thinks freedom is a pretty darn good thing?
Come on! Let's see those hands!
Who thinks we have to stand up to the kind of censorship they had under Stalin?