The clip interview at the sentinel from The Paper (1994)
Hi, I'm supposed to meet Paul Bladden right about now.
I've been reading the Sun these past few weeks.
I find it exciting.
We're thinking of letting our hair down a little bit around here.
Squeeze in some coverage of the outer boroughs.
Nothing new for you, of course, but for us, well, we're The Sentinel.
We cover the world.
Right. So I've heard.
I won't dick around with you. I talked with Vince last night.
He'll go with my recommendation. So congratulations.
The job is yours if you want it.
You don't look all that pleased.
You know, I'm gonna have to think about that.
I have to talk to my wife. You understand.
Yes, of course. But I would like a decision first thing in the morning.
And don't disappoint me.
I think you're a serious newspaperman, Henry.
No, I mean it.
You guys have got a cute little paper. Sometimes you really pull one out.
Thanks. It is a cute paper.
You kind of missed the boat on that one last night, though.
I want to tell you, before I came over to this job...
I hardly had any administrative experience at all.
I had very minimal executive skills.
Excuse me. I'm curious. For instance...
what would our- your Metro lead be tomorrow?
Henry, you don't work here yet.
You're right. Sorry.
As I was saying about this book, I think it's something that you...
You know what I'd go with? Subway. Don't you think?
would find enjoyable.
You know, though...
that Williamsburg thing is pretty interesting.
You guys got anything on that?
You do, don't you? It's funny.