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â€œIt is the harmony of overwhelming and collective murder.â€?
“The ICE is gonna BREAK!”
“You cut up the clothes in the closet of my dreams...”
“Thinking of robbing a bank.”
“They’ve got such big plans for the world, but they don’t include us.”
“You won’t find it down there, Columbus.”
“My hunch is right, and yours is wrong.”
“Helen Gurley Brown?”
“All it is missing is a soul!”
“In real life, you can’t get people to do what you want them to do.”
“It’s just six weeks.”
“A small black man gave me a message for Raphael.”
“Oh God! Oh Jesus Christ!”
â€œ...that Spanish-speaking gentleman, the one that we all call Kurt.â€?
“What’s there to smile about?”
“TRY THE WINE.”
“May I please have my cigarettes?”
“Suppose someday there weren’t any chickens? What could I possibly do?”
“My wine magazines came?”
“A ham sandwich.”
“Where she leads me, I do not know...”
“All my life, it’s been whores and bums...”
“What if I say no?”
“My, my, aren’t you a jealous one!”
“Who else is with me?”
“What does it matter what you say about people?”
“All my dreams are lost, and I can’t sleep...”
“You’re a born loser.”
“I’m gonna get a plane tonight.”
WYATT DOYLE worked at Delco Five Star Video, then Computer & Video Exchange and Pizza & Video To Go. His years at the family shop, Doyleâ€™s Premiere Video, overlapped with his tenure at Movies Unlimitedâ€”a job that continued into his time at Video Showcase IV. He has published several books.
JIMMY ANGELINA swapped studying filmmaking for drawing pictures. His illustrations have appeared in various publications and on theatre posters. He once spent an unforgettable evening watching movies and eating pizza with comics legend Gene Colan. His favorite artist is Fellini.