Marlon Brando

Marlon Brando

Highest Rated: 100% Apocalypse Now: Final Cut (2019)

Lowest Rated: 7% Christopher Columbus: The Discovery (1992)

Birthday: Apr 3, 1924

Birthplace: Omaha, Nebraska, USA

Marlon Brando was quite simply one of the most celebrated and influential screen and stage actors of the postwar era; he rewrote the rules of performing, and nothing was ever the same again. Brooding, lusty, and intense, his greatest contribution was popularizing Method acting, a highly interpretive performance style which brought unforeseen dimensions of power and depth to the craft; in comparison, most other screen icons appeared shallow, even a little silly. A combative and often contradictory man, Brando refused to play by the rules of the Hollywood game, openly expressing his loathing for the film industry and for the very nature of celebrity, yet often exploiting his fame to bring attention to political causes and later accepting any role offered him as long as the price was right. He is one of the screen's greatest enigmas, and there will never be another quite like him. Born April 3, 1924, in Omaha, NE, Brando's rebellious streak manifested itself early, resulting in his expulsion from military school. His first career was as a ditch digger, but his father ultimately grew so frustrated with his son's seeming lack of ambition that he offered to finance whatever more meaningful path the young man chose to pursue. Brando opted to become an actor -- his mother operated a local theatrical group -- and he soon relocated to New York City to study the Stanislavsky method under Stella Adler. He later worked at the Actors' Studio under the tutelage of Lee Strasberg, and his dedication to the principles of Method acting was to become absolute. After making his professional debut in 1943's Bobino, Brando bowed on Broadway a year later in I Remember Mama; for 1946's Truckline Cafe, the critics voted him Broadway's Most Promising Actor.Brando's groundbreaking star turn in the 1947 production of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire delivered on all of that promise and much, much more; as the inarticulate brute Stanley Kowalski, Brando stunned audiences with a performance of remarkable honesty, sexuality, and intensity, and overnight he became the rage of Broadway. Hollywood quickly came calling, but he resisted the studios' overtures with characteristic contempt -- he was a new breed of star, an anti-star, really, and he refused to play ball, dismissing influential critics and making no concessions toward glamour or decorum. It all only served to make Hollywood want him more, of course, and in 1950 Brando agreed to star in the independent Stanley Kramer production The Men as a paraplegic war victim; in typical Method fashion, he spent a month in an actual veteran's hospital in preparation for the role.While The Men was not a commercial hit, critics tripped over themselves in their attempts to praise Brando's performance, and in 1951 it was announced that he and director Elia Kazan were set to reprise their earlier work for a screen adaptation of Streetcar. The results were hugely successful, the picture winning an Academy Award for Best Film; Brando earned his first Best Actor nomination, but lost despite Oscars for his co-stars, Vivien Leigh, Karl Malden, and Kim Hunter. Again with Kazan, he next starred in the title role of 1952's Viva Zapata! After walking out of the French production Le Rouge et le Noir over a dispute with director Claude Autant-Lara, Brando portrayed Mark Antony in the 1953 MGM production of Julius Caesar, sparking considerable controversy over his idiosyncratic approach to the Bard and earning a third consecutive Oscar bid. In 1954, The Wild One was another curve ball, casting Brando as the rebellious leader of a motorcycle gang and forever establishing him as a poster boy for attitude, angst, and anomie. That same year, he delivered perhaps his definitive screen performance as a washed-up boxer in Kazan's visceral On the Waterfront. On his fourth attempt, Brando finally won an Academy Award, and the film itself also garnered Best Picture honors.

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100% Apocalypse Now: Final Cut Col. Kurtz 2019
No Score Yet The Godfather Epic Don Vito Corleone 2016
95% Sing Your Song Marlon Brando $48.2K 2012
75% Superman Returns Jor-El $200.2M 2006
93% Apocalypse Now Redux Col. Kurtz $2M 2001
73% The Score Max $70.4M 2001
No Score Yet Hollywood Screen Tests Actor 2000
29% Free Money The Swede 1999
33% The Brave McCarthy 1997
24% The Island of Dr. Moreau Dr. Moreau 1996
69% Don Juan DeMarco Jack Mickler 1994
7% Christopher Columbus: The Discovery Torquemada 1992
No Score Yet Stella Adler: Awake and Dream! Actor 1992
100% Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse Actor 1991
93% The Freshman Carmine Sabatini 1990
80% A Dry White Season Ian McKenzie 1989
86% Superman II Actor 1981
30% The Formula Adam Steiffel 1980
98% Apocalypse Now Col. Kurtz 1979
94% Superman Jor-El 1978
77% The Missouri Breaks Lee Clayton 1976
No Score Yet America at the Movies Actor 1976
98% The Godfather Don Vito Corleone 1972
57% The Nightcomers Quint 1972
84% Last Tango in Paris Paul 1972
No Score Yet The Godfather: The Coppola Restoration Actor 1972
85% Burn! Sir William Walker 1969
83% The Night of the Following Day Chauffeur 1968
50% Candy Grindl 1968
53% Reflections in a Golden Eye Weldon Penderton 1967
50% A Countess from Hong Kong Ogden Mears 1967
83% The Chase Sheriff Calder 1966
No Score Yet The Appaloosa Matt 1966
No Score Yet Meet Marlon Brando Actor 1966
71% Morituri Robert Crain 1965
No Score Yet Bedtime Story Freddy Benson 1964
80% The Ugly American Harrison Carter MacWhite 1963
68% Mutiny on the Bounty Fletcher Christian 1962
53% One-Eyed Jacks Rio Screenwriter Director 1961
54% The Fugitive Kind Valentine 'Snakeskin' Xavier 1960
83% The Young Lions Lt. Christian Diestl 1958
100% Sayonara Major Gruver 1957
No Score Yet D-Day: The Sixth of June Actor 1956
91% Guys and Dolls Sky Masterson 1955
No Score Yet Desiree Napoleon Bonaparte 1954
98% On the Waterfront Terry Malloy 1954
77% The Wild One Johnny Strabler / Narrator 1954
95% Julius Caesar Marc Antony 1953
No Score Yet Edward R. Murrow: the Best of Person to Person Actor 1953
65% Viva Zapata! Emiliano Zapata 1952
No Score Yet A Streetcar Named Desire: Digital Restovation Actor 1951
98% A Streetcar Named Desire Stanley Kowalski 1951
77% The Men Ken 1950
No Score Yet Nagoyqatsi Actor

QUOTES FROM Marlon Brando CHARACTERS

Don Vito Corleone says: I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse

Don Vito Corleone says: I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse.

Terry Malloy says: You don't understand! I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I could've been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am.

Colonel Kurtz says: I worry that my son might not understand what I've tried to be. And if I were to be killed, Willard, I would want someone to go to my home and tell my son everything – everything I did, everything you saw – because there's nothing that I detest more than the stench of lies. And if you understand me, Willard, you will do this for me.

Colonel Kurtz says: Did they say why, Willard, why they want to terminate my command?

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: I was sent on a classified mission, sir.

Colonel Kurtz says: It's no longer classified, is it? Did they tell you?

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: They told me that you had gone totally insane, and that your methods were unsound.

Colonel Kurtz says: Are my methods unsound?

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: I don't see any method at all, sir.

Colonel Kurtz says: I expected someone like you. What did you expect? Are you an assassin?

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: I'm a soldier.

Colonel Kurtz says: We train young men to drop fire on people, but their commanders won't allow them to write "fuck" on their airplanes because it's obscene!

Don Vito Corleone says: Revenge is a dish best served cold.

Charley Malloy says: You know, it's time to think about getting some ambition.

Terry Malloy says: I always figured I'd live a bit longer without it.

Sheriff Calder says: " I'm not out patrolling, I'm looking for an ice cream cone"

Sheriff Calder says: I'm not out patrolling, I'm looking for an ice cream cone.

Don Vito Corleone says: "A friend should always underestimate your virtues and an enemy overestimate your faults."

Don Vito Corleone says: A friend should always underestimate your virtues and an enemy overestimate your faults.

Charley Malloy says: You're getting on. You're pushing 30. You know, it's time to think about getting some ambition.

Terry Malloy says: I always figured I'd live a bit longer without it.

Don Vito Corleone says: Revenge is a dish best served cold

Don Vito Corleone says: You talk about vengeance. Is vengeance going to bring your son back to you? Or my boy to me?

Johnny says: I'm rebelling against high taxes.

Sky Masterson says: Because only in Times Square the dawn gets turned on by an electrician.

Sarah Brown says: What did you order?

Sky Masterson says: Dolce de leche. Dolce is the spanish word for sweet; de means of; and leche means milk.

Sky Masterson says: Dolce de leche. Dolce is the spanish word for sweet. De means of and leche means milk.

Sarah Brown says: Don't they serve it plain?

Sky Masterson says: Well, only in the mornings. It has to do with the heat. You see, at night they put a kind of preservative in it.

Sarah Brown says: That's interesting. What do they use?

Sky Masterson says: Bacardi.

Sarah Brown says: Bacardi - doesn't that have alcohol in it?

Sarah Brown says: Bacardi? Doesn't that have alcohol in it?

Sky Masterson says: Well just enough to keep the milk from turning sour.

Sky Masterson says: Did it ever occur to you that some people could be all repentance and no sin? You know, I may start a chain of missions to help your kind. "Come all ye repenters and let us bring a little sin into your life."

Sky Masterson says: Is it wrong to gamble, or only to lose?

Sky Masterson says: Daddy - I got cider in my ear.

Sky Masterson says: Daddy, I got cider in my ear.

Stanley Kowalski says: Stella! Hey, Stella!

Don Vito Corleone says: I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse.

Clark Kellogg says: You promise?

Carmone Sabatini says: Every word I say, by definition, is a promise.

Clark Kellogg says: It's a crime.

Carmone Sabatini says: Now you're speaking in generalities.

Clark Kellogg says: But it's an endangered species!

Carmone Sabatini says: Not any more. It's in New Jersey, it's fine.

Jor-El says: Your name is Kal-El. You are the only survivor of the planet Krypton. Even though you've been raised as a human, you are not one of them. You have great powers, only some of which you have as yet discovered.

Don Vito Corleone says: It's true I have a lot of friends in politics, but they wouldn't be so friendly if they knew my business was drugs instead of gambling which they consider a harmless vice. But drugs, that's a dirty business.

Blanche Dubois says: Tell us a funny little story stanley, somthing to help us out

Blanche Dubois says: Tell us a funny little story stanley, somthing to help us out.

Stella Kowalski says: I didn't think you like my stories Blanche

Stella Kowalski says: I didn't think you like my stories Blanche.

Blanche Dubois says: I like them when there amusing but not indecent

Blanche Dubois says: I like them when there amusing but not indecent.

Stanley Kowalski says: I don't know any refine enough for your taste

Stanley Kowalski says: I don't know any refine enough for your taste.

Stanley Kowalski says: Ah those cats, MEEOOOW!

Don Vito Corleone says: I knew that Santino was going to have to go through all this. And Fredo -- well -- (then, after he sits besides Michael) -- Fredo was -- well -- But I never -- I never wanted this for you. I work my whole life, I don't apologize, to take care of my family. And I refused -- to be a fool -- dancing on the string, held by all those -- bigshots. I don't apologize -- that's my life -- but I thought that -- that when it was your time -- that -- that you would be the one to hold the strings. Senator - Corleone. Governor - Corleone, or something...

Don Vito Corleone says: I knew that Santino was going to have to go through all this. And Fredo -- well -- [then, after he sits besides Michael] -- Fredo was -- well -- But I never -- I never wanted this for you. I work my whole life, I don't apologize, to take care of my family. And I refused -- to be a fool -- dancing on the string, held by all those -- bigshots. I don't apologize -- that's my life -- but I thought that -- that when it was your time -- that -- that you would be the one to hold the strings. Senator - Corleone. Governor - Corleone, or something...

Michael Corleone says: Another pezzonovante...

Tom Hagen says: Well -- this wasn't enough time, Michael. Wasn't enough time...

Don Vito Corleone says: It's an old habit. I spent my life trying not to be careless -- women and children can be careless, but not men.

Don Vito Corleone says: You spend time with your family?

Johnny Fontane says: Sure I do.

Don Vito Corleone says: Good. 'Cause a man who doesn't spend time with his family can never be a real man.

Don Vito Corleone says: I understand. You found paradise in America, had a good trade, made a good living. The police protected you; and there were courts of law. And you didn't need a friend of me. But uh, now you come to me and you say -- "Don Corleone give me justice." -- But you don't ask with respect. You don't offer friendship. You don't even think to call me Godfather. Instead, you come into my house on the day my daughter is to be married, and you uh ask me to do murder, for money.

Don Vito Corleone says: I understand. You found paradise in America, had a good trade, made a good living. The police protected you; and there were courts of law. And you didn't need a friend of me. But uh, now you come to me and you say -- 'Don Corleone give me justice.' -- But you don't ask with respect. You don't offer friendship. You don't even think to call me Godfather. Instead, you come into my house on the day my daughter is to be married, and you uh ask me to do murder, for money.

Don Vito Corleone says: I have a sentimental weakness for my children and I spoil them, as you can see. They talk when they should listen.

Jor-El says: They're a good people, Kal-El. They need only to be shown the way.

Don Vito Corleone says: A man who doesn't spend time with his family can never be a real man.

Colonel Kurtz says: Are my methods unsound?

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: I don't see any method at all, sir.

Colonel Kurtz says: I expected someone like you. What did you expect? Are you an assassin?

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: I'm a soldier.

Colonel Kurtz says: You're neither. You're an errand boy, sent by grocery clerks, to collect a bill.

Kid Rio says: You're a one eyed jack around here Dad

Kid Rio says: You're a one eyed jack around here Dad.

Colonel Kurtz says: The horror... The horror...

Colonel Kurtz says: The horror. The horror.

Stanley Kowalski says: Stella!!!

Stanley Kowalski says: Stella!

Colonel Kurtz says: I watched a snail crawl along the edge of a straight razor. That's my dream; that's my nightmare. Crawling, slithering, along the edge of a straight razor... and surviving.

Stanley Kowalski says: I never once touched her.

Don Vito Corleone says: You can act like a man! What's the matter with you? Is this how you turned out, a Hollywood finocchio that cries like a woman? Ah what can I do? What can I do?

Colonel Kurtz says: The horror...the horror...

Don Vito Corleone says: You can act like a man!

Don Vito Corleone says: A man who doesn't spend time with his family can never be a real man.

Bonasera says: What do you want of me? Tell me anything, but do what I beg you to do.

Don Vito Corleone says: It's an old habit. I spent my life trying not to be careless. Women and children can be careless, but not men. How's your boy?

Carmone Sabatini says: I want you to take this opportunity. Totally legitimate work for $1,000 dollars a week. And I know that you're not gonna disappoint me.

Clark Kellogg says: Well, I don't see how I could say no.

Carmone Sabatini says: [leans back in his chair] This is not a yes. [takes a walnut and cracks it open in his hand]

Carmone Sabatini says: [still crushing the shell] I want to hear yes.

Clark Kellogg says: Sir, I don't know where this talk of marriage began, but I'm really not ready. I'd really like to sample life a little bit first.

Carmone Sabatini says: Wait. No, wait. Clark, after you get married you sample life. I mean, this is what men do. Marriage is an institution. It's the bedrock of society.

Clark Kellogg says: You promise?

Carmone Sabatini says: Every word I say, by definition, is a promise.

Carmone Sabatini says: [Looking around the dorm] So, this is college. [Chuckles] I didn't miss nothing.

Carmone Sabatini says: [looking around the dorm] So, this is college. [chuckles] I didn't miss nothing.

Don Vito Corleone says: When did I ever refuse an accomodation?

Don Vito Corleone says: A man who doesn't spend time with his family can never be a real man.

Jor-El says: Live as one of them, Kal-El, to discover where your strength and your power are needed. Always hold in your heart the pride of your special heritage. They can be a great people, Kal-El, they wish to be. They only lack the light to show the way. For this reason above all, their capacity for good, I have sent them you... my only son.

Colonel Kurtz says: You are neither. You are an errand boy sent by grocery clerks to collect a bill.

Colonel Kurtz says: Are you an assassin?

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: I'm a soldier.

Colonel Kurtz says: You're neither. You're an errand boy, sent by grocery clerks, to collect a bill.

Kid Rio says: Get up you scum sucking pig! I want you standing when I open you up.

Kid Rio says: Get up, ya big tub o' guts!

Don Vito Corleone says: I knew that Santino was gonna have to go through all this. And Fredo... Fredo was, well... But I never wanted any of this for you! I worked my whole life. I don't apologize for taking care of my family. And I refused to be a fool, dancing on a string held by all those big shots. I don't apologize, that's my life, but I thought that... that when it was your time, you would be the one to hold the strings. Senator Corleone, Governor Corleone, something.

Michael Corleone says: ...another pezzonovante.

Don Vito Corleone says: I guess just wasn't enough time, Michael. Just wasn't enough time.

Don Vito Corleone says: Women and children can be careless but not men

Don Vito Corleone says: Women and children can afford to be careless, but not men.

Paul says: "Our children will remember."

Paul says: Our children will remember.

Don Vito Corleone says: [speaking to Tattaglia] You are talking about vengeance. Will vengeance bring your son back to you? Or my boy to me? I forgo the vengeance of my son. But I have selfish reasons! My youngest son was forced to leave this country... because of this Sollozzo business! Now I have to make arrangements to bring him home safely. But, if some unfortunate accident might befall him. Or if he gets shot in the head by a police officer... Or if he gets struck by a bolt of lightning, I'm going to balme some of the people in this room! And that I do not forgive. But, that aside, I assure that I will not be the one to break the peace we have made here today.

Terry Malloy says: If I spill, my life ain't worth a nickel.

Father Barry says: And how much is your soul worth if you don't?

Don Vito Corleone says: You can act like a man!

Blanche Dubois says: When your sister first met me she thought I was common, well I'm common alright, common as dirt.

Stanley Kowalski says: When your sister first met me she thought I was common, well I'm common alright, common as dirt.

Stanley Kowalski says: I am not a pollock!

Don Vito Corleone says: I understand. You found paradise in America, you had a good trade, you made a good living. The police protected you and there were courts of law. You didn't need a friend like me. But, now you come to me, and you say: 'Don Corleone, give me justice.' But you don't ask with respect. You don't offer friendship. You don't even think to call me Godfather. Instead, you come into my house on the day my daughter is to be married, and you ask me to do murder for money.

Colonel Kurtz says: The Horror

Colonel Kurtz says: The horror.

Kid Rio says: I'd say you're shy a few manners.

Kid Rio says: I brought you along cuase yer supposed to be the big man with the gun, but now I think even I could outpull you. You probably could get 6 into me, Bob,.........afor i get that one in you, huh, Bob

Kid Rio says: I brought you along cuase yer supposed to be the big man with the gun, but now I think even I could outpull you. You probably could get 6 into me, Bob, before I get that one in you, huh, Bob?

Kid Rio says: Hand me the dipper, Bob

Kid Rio says: I just waited til it got dark and ran down and stole the captain's horse. After that it was just RoseMary, sweet wiskey, and hoopin' and hollerin'.

Kid Rio says: No need to get all worked up, dad. I'll admit I was hot about it for a while. But a man can't stay angry for five years.......can he?

Kid Rio says: The pickins are kinda slim nowadays, dad, they don't hardly make studs like yourself no more.

Kid Rio says: Get up you scum-suckin' pig. I want you standin' when I open you up. You mention her name again I'll tear your arms outta their sockets!

Kid Rio says: I am going to get a trial, ain't I.

Dad Longworth says: Yeah Kid, you'll get a trial and then we're going hang you.

Kid Rio says: You scum sucking pig.

Kid Rio says: You gob of spit.

Kid Rio says: My mother gave this to me before she died.

Don Vito Corleone says: I understand. You found paradise in America, you had a good trade, you made a good living. The police protected you and there were courts of law. You didn't need a friend like me. But, now you come to me, and you say: 'Don Corleone, give me justice.' But you don't ask with respect. You don't offer friendship. You don't even think to call me Godfather. Instead, you come into my house on the day my daughter is to be married, and you ask me to do murder for money.

Don Vito Corleone says: I promise, that on the souls of my grandchildren, I will not be the one to break the peace we've made here today.

Colonel Kurtz says: this is the end

Colonel Kurtz says: This is the end.

Colonel Kurtz says: You have to have men who are moral... and at the same time who are able to utilize their primordial instincts to kill without feeling... without passion... without judgment... without judgment! Because it's judgment that defeats us.

Don Vito Corleone says: You can act like a man!

Don Vito Corleone says: I understand. You found paradise in America, you had a good trade, you made a good living. The police protected you and there were courts of law. You didn't need a friend like me. But, now you come to me, and you say: "Don Corleone, give me justice." But you don't ask with respect. You don't offer friendship. You don't even think to call me Godfather. Instead, you come into my house on the day my daughter is to be married, and you ask me to do murder for money.

Don Vito Corleone says: I understand. You found paradise in America, you had a good trade, you made a good living. The police protected you and there were courts of law. You didn't need a friend like me. But, now you come to me, and you say: 'Don Corleone, give me justice.' But you don't ask with respect. You don't offer friendship. You don't even think to call me Godfather. Instead, you come into my house on the day my daughter is to be married, and you ask me to do murder for money.

Don Vito Corleone says: I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse.

Stanley Kowalski says: Don't you ever talk that way to me. "Pig," "Polack," "disgusting," "vulgar," "greasy" those kind of words have been on your tongue and your sister's tongue just too much around here. What do you think you are, a pair of queens? Now just remember what Huey Long said that every man's a king and I'm the king around here, and don't you forget it.

Stanley Kowalski says: Don't you ever talk that way to me. 'Pig,' 'Polack,' 'disgusting,' 'vulgar,' 'greasy' those kind of words have been on your tongue and your sister's tongue just too much around here. What do you think you are, a pair of queens? Now just remember what Huey Long said that every man's a king and I'm the king around here, and don't you forget it.

Colonel Kurtz says: Are my methods unsound?

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: I don't see any method at all sir.

Don Vito Corleone says: Do you spend time with your family?

Johnny Fontane says: Of course I do.

Don Vito Corleone says: Good. Because a man who doesn't spend time his family, can never be a real man.

Don Vito Corleone says: Look how they massacred my boy.

Don Vito Corleone says: [breaking down for a moment] Look how they massacred my boy.

Don Vito Corleone says: And if by chance an honest man like yourself should make enemies then they would become my enemies... and then they will fear you.

Don Vito Corleone says: And if by some chance an honest man like yourself made enemies they would become my enemies. And then, they would fear you.

Colonel Kurtz says: The horror... the horror...

Colonel Kurtz says: [voiceover] The horror... the horror.

Colonel Kurtz says: But we must kill them. We must... incinerate them. Pig after pig, cow after cow, village after village, army after army... and they call me an assassin. What do you call it when the assassins accuse the assassin? They lie... They lie, and we have to be merciful for those who lie... Those nabobs, I hate them. I do hate them.

Don Vito Corleone says: I will give you this favor on the day of my daughters wedding.

Don Vito Corleone says: Some day, and that day may never come, I will call upon you to do a service for me. But until that day, consider this justice a gift on my daughter's wedding day.

Don Vito Corleone says: I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse.

Terry Malloy says: You don't understand! I could'a had class. I could'a been a contender. I could've been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am, let's face it.

Terry Malloy says: You don't understand. I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I coulda been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am, let's face it. It was you, Charley.

Colonel Kurtz says: We train young men to drop fire on people, but their commanders won't allow them to write "fuck" on their airplanes because it's obscene!

Colonel Kurtz says: We train young men to drop fire on people, but their commanders won' t allow them to write 'fuck' on their airplanes because it's obscene!

Colonel Kurtz says: The Horror....The Horror....

Colonel Kurtz says: The horror... the horror.

Colonel Kurtz says: You're an Erin Boy....Sent By Grocery Clerks....To Collect The Bill...

Colonel Kurtz says: You're neither. You're an errand boy, sent by grocery clerks, to collect a bill.

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: They said you'd gone totally insane and that your methods were...unsound.

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: They said you'd gone totally insane and that your methods were, unsound.

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: They said you'd gone totally insane and that your methods were... unsound.

Colonel Kurtz says: Do you think my methods are unsound?

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: I ..don't see any method...at all.

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: I don't see any method, at all.

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: I don't see any method at all.

Paul says: Why were you going through my pockets?

Jeanne says: To find out who you are.

Paul says: To find out who you are

Paul says: To find out who you are?

Jeanne says: Yes

Jeanne says: Yes.

Paul says: Well, if you look real close, you'll see me hiding behind my zipper.

Paul says: Well, if you look real close, you'll see me hiding behind my zipper.