It Came from Outer Space (1953): Doubts and Paranoia

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The clip doubts and paranoia from It Came from Outer Space (1953) with Charles Drake I want everyone out o...
The clip doubts and paranoia from It Came from Outer Space (1953) with Charles Drake I want everyone out of the area. No exceptions. Reed, make it sound like there's nothing to it. I think you're making a mistake. This fellow Putnam, he's done nothing but talk you out of things... and get his own way. He runs you ragged. Now he's got you sitting by, just waiting. So far, we don't know any more than we knew at the beginning. And Ellen's still missing. If I was you... I'd get them rifles into the hands of some men and clean it up, whatever it is. I gave you an order, now get going! Okay, Sheriff. But I wouldn't want the responsibility. Well, I'm playing it your way, right down the line. Even clearing everyone away from the crater. That's the way you wanted it, right? It's got to be right. What are you doing here? I thought you we�re going to sweat it out at home. They paid me a visit, Matt. They took some of my clothes. Why do you suppose they'd do that? I don't know. It's couldn't be that they've been lying to you, could it? That old mine they've been hiding in. There were three men working it. They ever tell you what happened to them? What do they want with so many of us? What are they planning, Johnny? Are they telling the truth, or what? You keep throwing these questions at me. All I can do is guess. Now your clothes, too. Could be any one of them. Stop working yourself up, Matt. It's hot enough without raising your blood pressure. Yeah. Did you know, Putnam, that more murders are committed at 92 degrees Fahrenheit... than any other temperature? I read an article once: Lower temperatures, people are easy-going. Over 92, it's too hot to move. But just 92, people get irritable.
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