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My hands are down there on the bed. Al: Twenty years.
Al: The thing that scares me most is that everybody is gonna try to rehabilitate me. Once Fred flew these planes, and now they, and their pilots, are no longer needed.
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The payoff of the scene is deeply ironic. He won the Oscar, the only time an actor has been given two Oscars for the same role. He says: "This is when I know I'm helpless. Fredric March won his second Best Actor award also having won in for Dr. I'm as dependent as a baby that doesn't know how to get anything except to cry for it. Production[ edit ] Director Wyler had flown combat missions over Europe in filming Memphis Belle , and worked hard to get accurate depictions of the combat veterans he had encountered. Boy, I sure would like to have a dollar for every forward pass I threw down there. We didn't even have twenty days before I went over. He thinks maybe then she'll understand why he doesn't think he can marry her. Jekyll and Mr. Erskine Sanford as Bullard Michael Hall as Rob Stephenson Casting brought together established stars as well as character actors and relative unknowns. Fred: How long? Fred and Peggy are among the guests.
And consider the film's extended closing scene, when Homer and Wilma get married. But all the other performances are equally good. When Russell in fact won Best Supporting Actor, there was an enthusiastic response.
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Al: I'll bet Wilma's a swell girl. Al: Twenty years. Homer couldn't take the exaggerated kindness and suppressed grief he thought he sensed from his parents and Wilma. If that door should blow shut, I can't open it and get out of this room. That's what I said. As they pass over the country beneath them with a mixture of excitement and apprehension, Fred and Al talk about their uncertain future, and their 'rehabilitative' transition and homecoming to the 'real-world' and relationships after many years of service for their country. Bill, but rebels when he's asked to trust an applicant's collateral more than his character. Homer coldly tries to force away Wilma because he doesn't want her pity. Bound together as friends after clustered together on the plane, they share the back seat in a taxi-cab ride to their separate hometown addresses. Al: The thing that scares me most is that everybody is gonna try to rehabilitate me. Fred: How long? Jekyll and Mr. One of the sources of its power is the performance by Harold Russell, the handless veteran.
When we were sunk, all I know is there was a lot of fire and explosions. Teresa Wright plays their daughter, who goes for the already-married Dana Andrews with full knowledge of his wife Virginia Mayo, who does a capital job as the cheating looker.
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One involves the marriage itself, and whether Homer's hooks can slip a ring on Wilma's finger. Bound together as friends after clustered together on the plane, they share the back seat in a taxi-cab ride to their separate hometown addresses. Kantor's blank-verse novel was the basis for an adapted screenplay by distinguished Pulitzer Prize winning scriptwriter Robert E. Once Fred flew these planes, and now they, and their pilots, are no longer needed. He was working with the great cinematographer Gregg Toland , known for his deep-focus photography on such films as " Citizen Kane ," and often Wyler uses deep-focus instead of cutting, so that the meaning of a scene can reveal itself to us, instead of being pounded down with close-ups. They were wrong. Advertisement The film makes no effort to paint these men as extraordinary. The war hero inquires at a receptionist's desk about flights to his hometown of Boone City [supposedly patterned after Cincinnati], and is told rather curtly: "Three scheduled daily flights sir, but there's no space available right now
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