Shut up, Billy.
If they find us, they'll kill us.
Shut up. Shut up, Billy. Shut up.
Shut up. Goddamn it. Shut up.
No talking. No talking.
- Where's Louis? - That shit.
- Where is he? - Who gives a fuck?
Come on, Jane. Where'd he go?
He said he's going to walk the track.
Let him! Let the shit! He keeps talking about it enough!
He won't do it!
Don't fuck with me.
- I'm not gonna fuck with you. - You're gonna fuck with me.
I can't tell you what happened.
- So, what happened? - I can't tell you.
Fucking woman. Goddamn fucking woman.
- Why, what'd she do? - Oh, man. Shit.
Come on over here.
- No. - Come on.
Not this time.
- No, now. - Don't fuck with me!
I'm not fucking with you.
That fucking glass, man. That fucking crystal one
- she's always got a flower in. - Yeah?
She fucking threw it at me, man.
She fucking threw it right at me. Fucking thing hit the wall,
- smashed all to pieces. - Hey, you've had shit
thrown at you before. Come on.
Not my fucking wedding present, man.
My fucking wedding present I gave her.
Don't do it.
- Louis, please. Come here. - Don't fuck with me.
I don't want to be fucked with no more. No more. I've fucking had it!
It don't mean nothing, man.
All right, a special guest in the studio from the Sisters From Hell,
appearing at Earl Nash's all this week. We'll have some tickets for you.
Strafe the town and kill the people
That's the only thing to do
Set your sights on residential
- Come on. - Body count is up to you
Drop your... Drop your napalm in the schoolyard
Watch the kiddies run and shout
You will really laugh your ass off
As they try to put it out
You ain't got any canned peaches, have you?
You will really la...
You will really laugh your ass off
As they try...
... to put it out
You got any canned peaches?
- I'll go with you. - No.
I'm leaving for good.
I can't stay here.
I gotta go too.
Fuck it, man!
I feel like I'm dying here.
- I'll see you around, Harv. - You'll be back.
Stay down there, and you'll just end up kissing the train too.
- Hi, Jack. - Hey, coach.
Thought you guys were supposed to be at a fitting.
I've already been down.
I guess we know who this belongs to.
I just might miss this place.
Well, it's gonna miss you. You did a heck of a job.
First in your class. Congratulations.
Ah, it's no big deal.
It's not like being starting quarterback
on an undefeated team, right?
Jack, I've coached here since '59.
And I taught history all that time.
And I'll tell you this:
I'll take a kid who cracks a book over one who can pass a pigskin
any day of the week.
You know, I was just thinking.
My dad graduated from here 23 years ago almost right to this day.
Don't remind me.
I know what's on your mind.
A lot of fathers are gonna be at graduation.
If things had worked out differently, yours would be there too.
The war's over, coach. It's been over a long time.
For us, yeah.
But for the guys who went over there...
So you're telling me things'll never get back to normal.
Normal? What's normal?
For the kids whose dads are gonna be at graduation,
maybe for them things are normal.
But they're not top of the class.
They're not valedictorian. You did that all on your own.
One hundred percent.
And nobody can take it away from you.
Thanks for the pep talk.
Force of habit.
Listen up. Come on around here, listen up.
I've got some good news and some bad news.
The good news is...
...next week we're gonna have some openings.
We're gonna have some openings for taggers, freighters, loaders.
A couple loaders, at least. Leave your name on the clipboard.
If you've worked here before
if you've had experience with heavy equipment,
make sure we know that. Make sure you put that down.
Oh, sorry. I didn't mean to surprise you.
Just a little jumpy, that's all.
I saw you through the window.
- You looking for work? - No.
I don't know. I guess I am.
Well, the foreman's not here today, but... Well, wait a minute.
I know a guy who can help.
I don't wanna be any trouble.
Come on, Andy. What do you say?
There's not a heck of a lot of work right now, Char.
I'll cook you dinner.
- Not like the last time. - Oh, I promise.
Hop on board.
That was easy.
Thanks, I appreciate it.
Check back with you later.
See how you're doing.
So how did it go today?
- Hi, fellas. - Andy was in Nam.
- He's a good guy, huh? - Yep.
You think I'm being forward.
No. I wouldn't think that.
I lost a good friend in Vietnam.
So guys who were over there are a little special to me.
Hey, let me get this.
There you go.
- You can just pay at the cashier. - Oh. Right.
He's a cute kid. Yours?
How old is he?
He'll be 18 this month.
When was the last time you saw him?
About the time that was taken.
You haven't had any contact with him since?
I'm sorry. I didn't mean to be critical...
I called him once.
A few years ago. On his birthday.
What did you say?
When I heard his voice...
...I couldn't say anything. I hung up.
Have you ever thought about trying again?
Oh, sure. All the time.
Why don't you?
No, I'm no father. I never have been.
I bet a day doesn't go by that he doesn't think of you as his father.
What makes you so sure?
I lost my dad in Vietnam.
At this time, I'd like to introduce you to your class valedictorian.
I'm sure you all know him.
He has the highest GPA in recent history. A perfect 4.0.
May I introduce the Presidential Scholar from the state of Illinois,
Mr. Jack Lambert.
All right, Jack!
Thank you for the honor.
I'm not going to take much of your time up here.
Like you, I'm more interested in going on with our lives
than listening to another speech.
But there is one thing I feel strongly about and would like to say.
Contrary to a lot of popular beliefs, you and I are a generation
who truly cares.
I don't know any of us, when given the opportunity,
and knowing that opportunity really counts,
wouldn't give freely of ourselves for the support of another human being.
And I feel all of us know, to have true satisfaction in life
won't be in what colleges we go to or what jobs we end up with
or even how much money we make, but more in our ability to nurture
and sustain genuine relationships.
It is life's greatest challenge.
And I know all of us will be up to meeting it.
So when exactly are you leaving, coach?
I'll drive to Chicago tonight, get the 7:30 flight out in the morning.
- Next stop, Paris. - Well, that's great.
- Good speech, Jack. - Thanks.
I'm proud of you.
- I'll see you. - Okay.
- Have a good time. - Thank you.
You were wonderful.
Oh, you were pretty wonderful yourself.
- Thanks. - Hey, Holly, come on.
Are... Are you going to go to Joey's?
I don't know. I'm going out with Gary and Teddy, but maybe I'll stop by later.
- Okay. I hope so. Bye. - Bye.
- Hey, Jack, nice going. - Thanks.
Hey, Holly, get a picture of Jack.
- So there you are. - Hey.
Oh, you were wonderful.
Oh, a little nervous, but you know.
- Oh, I'm so proud of you. - Jack, smile.
- How's it going in there? - Not so good.
What's the problem?
This isn't easy.
How far have you gotten?
- That's it? - I don't even know
whether to use "dear." Maybe just "Jack."
I think "dear" is nice.
- It has a closeness to it. - I don't know.
Sounds kind of funny saying "dear" to an 18-year-old kid.
Well, what about when you were 18?
What did your dad call you?
- "Numb-nuts." - Come on.
"Shit for brains." He used to use that a few times.
I'll just say "Jack."
What do you wanna say?
...that I wanna see him.
- Then tell him that. - No.
He's gonna come after me with both barrels.
Maybe he's beyond that.
I was gonna pick you up, but Jeanette said you were already gone.
Yeah, I'm sorry.
Moss, this is a friend of mine, Mark Lambert.
This is Moss.
Mark was just writing a letter to his son.
Is that right?
Yeah, he hasn't seen him for a while.
Yeah? Why's that?
Just haven't had a lot to say, I guess.
I've always got a few things to say.
Can I talk to you for a second?
I'll be right back.
- What's going on here? - Nothing. Nothing's going on here.
What do you mean, nothing?
Come to pick you up...
Jeanette has to tell me you had coffee with some guy.
I can't find you. Now you got him sitting in there writing letters?
- Keep your voice down. - It is down!
He's a bush vet.
He's been living up in the hills.
Jesus H Christ, a fucking weirdo.
He's not a fucking weirdo.
- What are you doing with him? - Nothing.
Not what you're thinking, anyway.
He just needs some help.
What kind of help?
He needs a friend.
Want an apple?
Did you ever finish that letter?
- I used your address, if that's all right. - That's fine.
I haven't got any stamps though.
I got a stamp.
- I can mail it in the office for you. - Oh, no, I'll do it.
Come on. I'll walk you to the mailbox.
You know, I don't know if this will get to him.
They might have moved.
Mail gets forwarded.
Mom, what are you doing up?
It's your birthday.
Mom, you shouldn't have stayed up.
Anyone working as hard as you deserves special treatment.
This is great.
So how's the car running? Did you fix it?
Yeah, it's running better.
Happy birthday, Jack.
Don't forget to make a wish.
- Good? - You bet.
You know, you can never predict the future.
You can never predict the way your life is gonna go.
And sometimes things happen, the right things.
But at the wrong time.
- Or too late. Or... - Mom.
What are you trying to tell me?
This came for you today.
Who's it from?
He wants to wish me a happy birthday.
- He remembered that. - That's it?
He wants to see me.
He sure took his sweet-ass time about it.
I got it this morning.
He uses a lot of fancy words.
Must be kind of smart.
Turn this way, okay?
So, what else did he say?
Just that he was gonna drive out.
Hey, I've been trying to find you.
Hear you got a new place to live.
Listen, let me buy you a drink.
What's the problem?
I just don't like being grabbed, that's all.
That an old war thing?
I just don't like being grabbed, that's all.
Sure. Look, let me buy you a drink, huh?
I don't drink.
How about some coffee then?
Let me buy you a cup of coffee.
So how's it feel having a job?
Being back in civilization?
Yeah, well, if you ask me,
I think you guys really got the shitty end of the stick.
Far as I'm concerned, you got a right to be nuts.
I mean it.
How long you been up in those hills?
Char was telling me that there's some other guys up there with you.
Look, I'm not up there anymore, all right?
Yeah, but when you're up there...
...there are some other guys? Guys you did combat with?
We were over there at the same time.
One of them a big guy?
Yeah, that's the guy.
- Man, he ought to be locked up. - Is that right?
Let me tell you something about Nitz.
He once had a real bad day in the Nam.
Wasted over a hundred gooks, all in one afternoon.
He saw a purple light coming from his head ever since.
...it's hard to be normal with a purple light coming from your head.
Don't you think?
Man, that's sick.
You got any problems like that?
Char was saying your kid's coming out.
You sure you can handle all that okay?
I been dating Char for about a year now. I wanna marry her.
Hey, you don't have to ask my permission.
I'll make it real simple for you, man.
You stay the fuck away from her.
I ain't afraid of you. To me, you're just loony-tunes.
Any guy can't even talk to his own son on a telephone
ain't playing with a full deck.
I just feel sorry for your kid.
How you doing, Teddy? Can we get four drafts up?
Whoa, Mark, slow down.
Shit, Andy, we gotta catch up.
Teddy, another shooter.
Thought you didn't drink.
Look, things are getting out of hand here.
I don't know what's going on between you and Char...
...but why don't you just sneak back in the woods where you came from.
Why don't you take a flying fuck.
Why don't you guys lighten up.
Come on, loony-tunes. Let's see what you got.
Hey, hey, hey, fellas.
Forget it. I don't have a knife.
Use this one. I don't need it.
He's got a knife!
I don't need it either.
Hey, come on, man.
- Come on. - Come on, Moss.
Son of a bitch!
There it is. There it is.
Come on, Moss!
Hi, I'm Jack Lambert. I'm looking for my father.
Mark Lambert. I had this address.
He's... He's pretty big, huh?
So how well do you know him?
Well, how well is that?
Well, we've never been intimate, if that's what you mean.
No, no. L... That's not what I meant. I...
I mean, like, how long have you known him?
Just a short while.
Is he a good guy?
He's a good guy.
So should I just wait here or what? What should I do?
Jack, he's not here.
He went back into the woods.
When is he coming back?
I don't know.
What is he doing there? Didn't he get my letter?
Didn't he know I was coming?
It has nothing to do with you.
If you only knew how important you are to him.
Yeah, that seems pretty obvious, doesn't it?
He got in this fight.
It's rotten timing, I know. But...
...sometimes things just...
...kind of well up in him, and...
Is this what they do?
Kill themselves by walking into trains?
I think your father knew him.
I'm not going home.
He's going to see me whether he wants to or not.
Andy says it's up over the falls.
What do you wanna do?
You wanna go back down?
No. Let's keep going.
- Damn it! - Didi mau.
What you got there, Harv?
What's it look like?
I know they're people, Harv.
Why did you bring them here?
- We're looking for Mark Lambert. - Shut up!
You better let me handle things, Harv.
Why should I?
...today just might be the day I decide to blow your dick off.
Take good care of them.
You know what?
- You got company. - What company?
A woman and a kid.
Said you were his father.
I didn't get his name, though.
- Don't fuck with me. - Fuck you.
I'm not fucking with you.
They're here, all right.
I'd say you've been busted.
I suppose you want chow.
Is this all you eat?
I got gummy bears. You want gummy bears?
Did you see him?
He's out there.
Why didn't he come?
Did you tell him I was here?
Red Hots. I got Red Hots. You want some Red Hots?
What kind of shape is my father in?
Hey, why all the barbwire?
We got it from the VA. The world is a dangerous place.
You like to shoot?
- I mean, I don't know how. - Great.
I'll show you.
You stay here.
I hit it.
So, what'd you do in Vietnam?
Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol.
Last time I ever dinked anyone?
It was a Sunday morning.
I was with this FNG.
Fucking New Guy.
Can't remember his name.
Had a funny smile like a Halloween pumpkin.
We were talking about something, all of a sudden
his whole fucking chest just blew out. Bam!
We need water.
I always kept a picture of you.
I had a picture of you too.
I looked at it so many times, it about got worn out.
I kept your car running.
- Yeah. - Oh, that's great.
Mom always spoke real well of you.
Are you okay?
Moss, what do you want us to do?
- She could be in some kind of trouble. - You're not even sure where she is.
I'm telling you, she went up there with the guy's kid.
- So? - Those guys up there are freaks, man.
Hey, I know about your fight, Moss. And I'll tell you one thing right now:
The sheriff's department is not gonna get mixed up
in some personal situation.
That's just great.
All right, I'll take care of it myself.
This was my home for over two years.
Right back here.
I used to cut ferns for money. For flower shops, you know.
I'd cut them, stack them...
...tie them on my back...
...carry them on down to a friend of mine who had a trailer.
The very next day, they'd be on a boat out of Seattle
being shipped to all over the world, like Japan, West Germany.
Got so's it only took me three, four hours to make 50 bucks.
You wanna try?
Put this on here.
Reach down, you grab it with these two fingers...
...loop the hook around and then pull it off.
Just like that, see.
Last time I held this, it was about the size of a pea.
Why weren't you in town when I got there?
I just couldn't handle things.
Why, was it because I was coming?
Partly, I guess.
...I know I got a lot of explaining to do.
Well, I'm listening.
When I got back...
Goddamn, it's so hard to explain what I...
What all of us went through.
What about what I went through?
I never heard a word from you.
You just split. You might as well have been dead.
- I know. I just... - So I'm not gonna feel sorry for you,
- if that's what you want. - It isn't.
Well, then what, then?
I wanna be your father again.
I'm 18 years old. What kind of father can you be to me now?
You think just because you're 18, you don't need a father?
I need one I can trust.
Not one who's gonna go off and disappear on me again.
You know, your whole life has been about disappearing.
- Hey, come on, give me a chance. - My father?
You wanna be my father?
Goddamn it, look at you.
Man, I don't know.
I don't know. Coming here has probably been a big mistake.
Maybe Mom was right. I should have just let it be.
- But I wanted to see you so bad. - Then it wasn't a mistake.
Well, look at this place!
You've never really gotten out of Vietnam. Only, now you're trying
- to drag me into it, right? - No!
I'm trying to get out! I told you, I wanna get out!
- You're not seeing it! - Well, I am! I see it clearly!
I wrote you a letter, didn't I? I sent it, didn't I?
- What do you think that took? - Big deal.
Fifteen years, one goddamn letter? Fuck you.
They should have come down by now.
I never could keep these things clean.
Mark's my buddy.
I don't want him...
...screwed around with.
I don't think that's what I'm doing.
Come on. Let's go, we're leaving.
Couldn't find any berries, huh?
- You... - Hey!
You stay here.
- What? - We should have never come here.
I think he just needs a little more time.
Let's just wait until morning.
- Hey, amigo. - Hey, amigo.
Walk with me.
I blew it, amigo.
You blew nothing.
Come on, man.
Come on, Jack.
I'm gonna roast my marshmallows too.
Well, fuck it, man.
I'm still smoking.
Why don't you tell Jack here your Billy Watson story.
- No. - Come on.
Kid ought to hear at least one war story.
- I said, no. - Oh, fuck it, man!
Don't you think it's important?
Get a sense of who his old man really is?
...Billy was this surfer guy.
He was this young hot-shit SEAL.
Just like your old man.
Shut up, amigo.
Your kid is probably wondering what war was like.
Don't you think he has a right to know?
Don't do this, Larry.
See, he and Billy were doing a little mumbo jumbo up north.
You get it, Jack?
Your old man didn't do much fighting in South Vietnam.
Mostly, he operated north of the DMZ.
What do I have to do to shut you up?
Maybe the same fucking thing you did to old Billy.
Yeah. Yeah, there it is.
It was all pretty easy.
Simple mission to take out an NVA colonel.
Fucking gook had been working for the CIA,
but he doubled back on us. Started feeding us bad intelligence.
So... He had to be taken out.
Shut the fuck up, amigo.
Your old man took a team up there to do the job,
and Billy was the shooter.
Except, weird thing, the whole operation was a setup.
This colonel had the whole lousy North Vietnamese army waiting for them.
The team got hit, fucking smoked, man. Wasted.
Except for your old man and Billy. They made for the bush.
Yeah, your old man told me Billy was the best shot he'd ever seen.
Could dink a guy from over half a mile away.
The fucking gook colonel would never even know what hit him.
He never got his chance.
He took a round in the gut, started making a lot of noise,
- crying and carrying on. - Shut up! Shut up!
The fucking gooks were all around you, man.
They were shooting anything that moved.
- Shut up, goddamn it! - Your old man knew
he was gonna die.
Shut up! Stop it, goddamn it! Shut up! Shut up!
Billy. Billy. Billy, please shut up. We're gonna get out of here, Billy.
Please, they'll hear us. They'll kill us. Billy, be quiet. Billy.
I could hear our guys getting wasted.
...dying all around us.
I wanted to disappear so bad.
But all we could do was stay real quiet.
We were in water up to our necks.
Leeches and snakes.
And Billy crying and whimpering. I kept trying to keep him quiet.
I had my hand over his mouth. I had to keep him quiet.
But I killed him.
Maybe I could have got him out of there.
Maybe I could have saved him.
But I killed him.
He had a family too.
A baby, wife, everything.
And I killed him.
He wants to go down.
Thanks for trying.
What about you?
This is where I belong.
Say hi to your mom.
We... We could write.
You better get going.
I'm sorry I wasn't what you wanted.
I didn't do so hot either.
It said, "No trespassing."
Fuck, man. Fuck!
You're gonna be okay.
- Oh, my God. - We gotta get him down. Hold this.
Get one of the sleeping bags out of there.
You killed that guy.
- Fuck, man. - What is it?
- He's gone south for the winter. - We gotta get down the mountain.
- We gotta what? - He's still alive.
- I've been here before, amigo. - I know.
But nobody's gonna die this time. Come on, I need your help.
You know what?
You are a real...
- Dad! Dad! - Get him down.
- Oh, God. - We gotta get him out.
You're gonna be okay. Get over there with Char.
- Stay down. - Stay down, stay down.
Stay there. Don't move, no matter what.
Do you know how to use that? Jack? Do you?
Get out of here. Get out of here now!
Go on. Get out of here!
Dr. G|illian, report to Radiology. Dr. G|illian, report to Radiology.
Dr. Sarsten, report to Emergency. Dr. Sarsten, report to Emergency.
Dr. G|illian, report to Pediatrics. Dr. G|illian, report to Pediatrics.
Goddamn it, no!
- Is this what it all comes down to? - Get out of here. Please.
Is this what you're going to do? The ultimate disappearing act?
It was my fault Larry died. I should have been watching.
- No, it wasn't your fault. - Everyone around me dies.
Well, Moss didn't die. Char didn't die. I didn't die.
You... You couldn't even look at me.
I was scared. What did you expect? I never saw anyone shot before.
I never wanted you to see that. Not ever.
So now you want me to see you kill yourself?
You're my father. How could you care so little?
There it is.
- Fuck "there it is." - What are you doing?
- Get off. - No, you get off.
You wanna go so badly? Fine, you can take me with you.
- Get off! - Maybe you were right!
Maybe everyone around you does die.
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Deep Space 9 1x19 Duet
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Deep blue sea
Defiant Ones The
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Demetrius And The Gladiators 1954
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Demonic Beauty (2002)
Dentist 2 The 1998
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Desert Fox - The Story of Rommel
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Desperate Hours The
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Destry Rides Again
Devdas (2002) CD1
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Devil Probable The
Devil Rides Out The 1968
Devil is a Woman The
Devils Advocate The CD1
Devils Advocate The CD2
Devils Backbone The
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Devils Own The
Dial M for Murder 1954
Diamonds Are Forever
Diana Krall Live in Paris
Diarios De Motocicleta
Diary of a Chambermaid
Diary of a Country Priest (1951 Bresson Robert)
Dias de Nietzsche em Turim
Dickie Roberts Former Child Star
Die Another Day (2002) CD1
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Die Hard 1988 Extended Version CD1
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Die Hard With a Vengeance
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Dil Ka Kya Kasoor
Dil Ka Rishta
Dirty Dancing - Havana Nights
Dirty Tiger Crazy Frog 1978
Discovery Air Jaws Sharks of South Africa
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Dobry vojak Svejk
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Dodgeball - A True Underdog Story
Dog Nail Clipper
Dog Soldiers (2002)
Dogs Of War The 1981
Doing Hard Time CD1
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Dois Perdidos Numa Noite Suja 2002
Dokument Fanny och Alexander CD1
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Dolce Vita La 1960 CD1
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Dolores Claiborne (1995)
Don Giovanni CD1
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Dong (The Hole) 1998
Donggam (2000) - Ditto
Dont Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood
Dont Bother to Knock
Dont look now
Dont say a word
Door in the Floor The 2004
Doors The CD1
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Double Vision (Shuang Tong)
Down By Law 1986
Down With Love
Down and Out in Beverly Hills
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Dracula - Dead and Loving It
Dracula Has Risen From The Grave 1968
Dragon Head CD1
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Dragonheart - Collectors Edition
Dragons Forever (Jackie Chan)
DreamKeeper 2003 CD1
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Dream Master The
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Dressed to Kill 1980
Driving Miss Daisy
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Drop Dead Gorgeous 1999
Drowning Mona CD1
Drowning Mona CD2
Drums Along the Mohawk
Drunken Master (Yuen Woo-Ping 1978)
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Duck Soup (1933 Marx Brothers)
Dude Wheres My Car
Duel in the Sun CD1
Duel in the Sun CD2
Duel to the Death
Dumb And Dumberer When Harry Met Lloyd 2003
Dumb and Dumber
Dune 2000 - 1 of 3
Dune 2000 - 2 of 3
Dune 2000 - 3 of 3
Dungeons And Dragons
Dunken Monkey 2002
Dust in the Wind (Hsiao-hsien Hou 1986)
Dying td CD1
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The Dawns Here Are Quiet The CD2