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The Beford Institute Movie Sound Bites

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The Bedford Incident Sound Bites (Page 2 of 3)

Richard Widmark: "I work for the government. I like my job. I wouldn't consciously jeopardize it."

Richard Widmark: "Yeah, it's a lot of work being a mean bastard."
Michael Kane as Cmdr. Allison: "Mmmm... Sometimes I can't help admiring how effortlessly you do it, Captain... almost as if it came naturally."

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Richard Widmark: "I'm proud to be an old-fashioned patriot, and I'd destroy any enemy if it meant saving my country! Now, what in the hell is wrong with that??"

Richard Widmark: "It's been my experience with the press that they ignore truth for sensationalism."
Sidney Poitier: "Excuse me, sir, but isn't that a generalization that's only valid depending on which side of the fence you're on?"
Widmark: "... You're right. You're quite right. I've been anxious to meet an exception. It could very well be you."

Richard Widmark: "Now, there ya are... right there... a clear example, a clear example of the press putting its own interpretation on the facts."
Sidney Poitier: "Your words seemed unmistakable."
Widmark: "I have never made a public statement that did not go right down the line with government policy."
Poitier: "What about your private views, sir?"
Widmark: "What? I, I have none."


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