Favorate scenes.

plschwartz

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Trying to decide my favorate Gary Cooper scene.
Many come to mind here are two
1. As Robert Jordan in For whom the bells toll, telling Maria (Ingred Bergman) how, even after death, he will always be with her.
2. As Sgt York, sitting on top of his mountain woth his dog, trying to sort out his beliefs.
Any others?
 
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The scene in Ghost by the pottery wheel with the song "Unchained Melody" playing in the background. Yeah I know a chick flick but it worked for me. ;) :D
 

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In Young Frankenstein

Gene Wilder: "What knockers!"

Teri Garr; "Why thank you, heir Doctor"
 
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"As Good As It Gets"... When Helen Hunt says to Jack Nicholson... "I thought you were very handsome... but then you spoke..." :eek: :)
 
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How about that final scene in "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" where Clint, Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef are all standing there....waiting to draw their guns.......and the music is going in the background......*boom, boom-boom-boom-boom.....Ahhhaaaaahhhhaaahhhaa......wah-wah-waaaaahhhh......*:D :D :D :D ...

Sorry....got a little carried away there:eek:

Columbo
 

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There are many. This one came to thought:

Sixth Sense:
When Bruce Willis realized he was dead and then had to say goodbye to his wife.

Also come to think of it same movie

When the father of the dead girl found the video tape and saw that his wife was poisoning her.

ya know it may be a bandwagon thing to say but that was indeed a good movie.
 

pyritechips

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2 faves, both from Casablance (yes, the best movie EVER made and there's no use arguing, I am right and you all are wrong!:p)

When elsa Lunt makes Sam play "As time goes by", Rick approached Sam angrily and says "I thought I told you never to play that..." Them he stops and stares as he realizes Elsa is there. The look on his face is unforgettable and priceless.

The last scene, at the airport when Elsa is saying goodbye to Rick. Besides the "Hill of beans" speech, the lost, even frightened, look they give to one another had no worsds, and needed none. That one look tears at my heart.
 
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Hello there, you beat me to it Jim. I was just thinking how to word the Ingrid Bergman scene - Play it Again Sam!
 
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Unforgiven-Clint Eastwood

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All right, I'm coming out. Any man I see out there I'm gonna kill him. Any son of a ***** takes a shot at me, I'm not only going to kill him, I'm going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down. Nobody better shoot.
 

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Originally posted by plschwartz:
Lanmaster:
Also in "young Frankinstein":
Walk this way.
Now I want you to listen very carefully to me.
Put ... the ... candle ... back!
:D
 
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Originally posted by pyritechips:
The last scene, at the airport when Elsa is saying goodbye to Rick. Besides the "Hill of beans" speech, the lost, even frightened, look they give to one another had no words, and needed none. That one look tears at my heart.
You know, I once dated a guy named Rick.:D :p
 

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