The clip writing the story - peggy leaves from The Front Page (1974)
What is this, The Student Prince?
We're working against a deadline.
So are we.
Let's hear what you got.
"While hundreds of Sheriff Hartman's paid gunmen stalked through Chicago
"shooting innocent bystanders,
"spreading their reign of terror,
Earl Williams was lurking less than 200 feet from the Sheriff's-"
Hold it! Aren't you gonna mention the Examiner?
Don't we take any credit?
It's in the second paragraph.
Who the hell's gonna read the second paragraph?
For 15 years I've been trying to teach you how to write a lead.
Do I have to do everything myself?
Get the story? Write it?
Listen, saphead, I can blow a better story out of my...
My nose than you can write.
Goddamn dilettante. Maybe Philadelphia's where you belong,
making up jingles for Burma-shave.
Oh, really? Well, who wrote the deathbed confession of "Three-Finger" Banducci?
Who wrote Roxie Hart's diary, huh?
what about the Dayton flood?
Even the telegraph operator was crying.
All right, make me cry now.
Someday you're gonna do that, Walter,
and I'm gonna sock you right in the schnoz.
You're beautiful when you're angry.
That's what I get for hiring somebody with a disease.
I'm beginning to think all newspapermen have a disease.
Oh, for Christ's sake. Now the moon is out.
This the sort of thing you had in mind?
"The Chicago Examiner once again
"rode to the rescue of the city last night
"in the darkest hour of her history.
"Earl Williams, the Bolshevik tiger
"who leaped snarling from the gallows
"onto the flanks of the unsuspecting city
was captured by... " Now you're cooking!
How many words? Give me everything you got.
Because, with this, you're stepping into a new class.
Heywood Bruin. H.L. Mencken.
Grafters and gangsters.
Sin City: Blood in the gutters.
A rhapsody in red.
Red. That's what we'll do.
The clip the-price-of-a-drink from The Wild Bunch (1969) with Dub Taylor. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. "Do not drink wine nor strong drink... "thou, nor thy sons with thee... "lest ye shall die. "Look not thou upon the wine when it is red... "and when it bringeth his color in the cup, when it moveth itself aright. "At the last it biteth like a serpent... "and stingeth like an adder." Now, folks... that's from the Good Book... but in this here town... it's five cents a glass. Five cents a glass. Does anyone really think that that is the price of a drink? The price of a drink? Let him decide... who has lost his courage and his pride... who lies a groveling heap of clay not far removed...
The clip results-of-the-mcdiet-part-2 from Super Size Me (2004) with Morgan Spurlock, Stephen Siegel. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. and it does keep you full for a while, so you get your money's worth. But unfortunately, you cause some major harm to your heart, your liver, your blood. I wouldn't suggest you continue the diet for a year to check this out. I don't think it's appropriate or healthy, especially with what showed up with your liver. So I shouldn't eat this food for a year? No, I don't think so. We see people who go on an alcohol binge, and their numbers go up like crazy, but to go on a Mac attack... and they've got numbers to show that it attacks your liver, too. Honestly, I wouldn't have even thought about this. But it makes sense. Now that we have the data, it definitely makes sense. Still, the impact of this initial lawsuit