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O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Cast
George Clooney, John Turturro, Tim Blake Nelson, John Goodman, Holly Hunter, Chris Thomas King, Charles Durning, Del Pentecost, Michael Badalucco, Wayne Duvall
Released
2000
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Escaped convict Ulysses Everett McGill answers a fellow escapee, "Well Pete, I figured it should be the one with the capacity for abstract thought..." (0:05)

His farmer cousin Washington Bartholomew “Wash” Hogwallop tells Pete, referring to cousin Bishop, He hanged hisself a year come May." (0:10)

Everett: “Well, Delmar, they say that with the thrill-seeking personality, what goes up must come down, top of the world one minute, haunted by meekness the next. Yes, sir, it’s as if our old friend George is a alley cat, and his own damn humors are swingin’ him by the tail. I wouldn’t worry, Delmar. He’ll be back on top again." (0:37)

Bible salesman Daniel “Big Dan Teague tells Everett and his fellow escapee Delmar, "It’s an exercise in psychology, so to speak." (0:53)

Musician Pete: "Don’t be crazy, Tommy." (1:17)

Pete: "Crazy!" (1:21)

Everett tells his wife Penny, referring to her wedding ring, "It’s just a symbol, honey"
”It’s just a symbol.” (1:32)

George, laughing: ”Looks like the chair for George Nelson... I’m George Nelson, and I’m feeling ten feet tall.”
Delmar: "Looks like George is right back on top again." (1:33)

Everett tells the others, "Well, any human being will cast about in a moment of stress." (1:40)