Movie quotes

  • Day of Days
    • 00:00:54 "Soldiers, sailors, and airmen, you are about to embark upon the great crusade..."

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      • 00:00:47 I count at least 100 dead Marines, but they just keep coming.

      • 00:00:53 Meanwhile in the European theater:

      • 00:00:54 "Soldiers, sailors, and airmen, you are about to embark upon the great crusade..."

      • 00:00:59 Lieutenant Charles Scheffel prepares ultimate test in his young military life:

      • 00:01:06 D-Day.

    • 00:03:52 The sailors and Marines stand up and let out a great cheer, but it doesn't last long.

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      • 00:03:43 We are waiting for the show to start, when the lieutenant makes an announcement.

      • 00:03:48 The invasion of Europe has begun.

      • 00:03:52 The sailors and Marines stand up and let out a great cheer, but it doesn't last long.

      • 00:04:00 They are all too worried about winning their particular war here, half an earth away.

      • 00:04:07 "Time Life" magazine correspondent Robert Sherrod is on Enewetak Atoll in the Marshall Islands.

    • 00:13:54 This is great.

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      • 00:13:43 Even though I've only had six weeks of training, I feel calm, feel ready.

      • 00:13:51 I'm on a fine ship with a fine crew.

      • 00:13:54 This is great.

      • 00:13:55 We are really going to sea.

      • 00:14:01 Yusen is assigned to USS Samuel. B. Roberts, a destroyer escort in the Atlantic fleet.

    • 00:20:10 American fighter pilots nickname the lopsided engagement "The Great Marianas' Turkey Shoot".

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      • 00:19:57 Mayor 9,1,3. This is tower. You are affirmed to land.

      • 00:20:10 American fighter pilots nickname the lopsided engagement "The Great Marianas' Turkey Shoot".

      • 00:20:20 The following day, American forces shoot down another 65 Japanese planes.

      • 00:20:27 By the end of the battle, three Japanese carriers have been sunk.

    • 00:42:39 Some civilians go through great ceremony before snuffing out their own lives.

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      • 00:42:23 There are stories of fathers who slit their kids' throats before tossing them off the cliff

      • 00:42:30 and about a mother who drowned herself while giving birth.

      • 00:42:39 Some civilians go through great ceremony before snuffing out their own lives.

      • 00:42:47 Families cluster together, then pull the pins of the grenades pressed to their chest.

      • 00:42:54 Whole families wade out to sea, drowning themselves rather than surrendering.