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A Face in the Crowd

Cast
Andy Griffith, Patricia Neal, Anthony Franciosa, Walter Matthau, Lee Remick, Percy Waram, Paul McGrath, Rod Brasfield, Marshall Neilan, Alexander Kirkland, Charles Irving, Burl Ives, Bennett Cerf
Released
1957
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Inmate Beanie for Marcia Jeffries’ recording: "Don’t worry, Ma."
Sheriff Big Jeff Bess asks a deputy: ”Say, where’s the drunk we taked in last night with the guitar?”
The deputy answers Bess: ”A week: drunk and disorderly.”
Larry “Lonesome” Rhodes: ”Nothing like a little snake medicine to put you in the mood.” (0:03)

By telephone, Bess tells Marcia’s radio station owner uncle J. B. Jeffries, referring to Larry, "I was only holding him on a drunk and disorderly." (0:10)

Larry, on the air: "Like, uh, you take the village half-wit..." (0:20)

Luffler office assistant Joey DePalma tells a typist, "Don’t worry." (0:41)

An advertising executive tells the others, "What a crazy business we’re in." (0:41)

Executive Jim tells Larry, "You may as well know that Vitajex is the sixth sister in the international drug family."
Larry: ”I mean I’m in the mood.” (0:46)

By telephone, Larry tells Marcia, "If you don’t come, I’ll dive off this balcony into the park..." (0:57)

Larry’s wife tells Marcia, "All sort of psycho-something-or-other..." (1:03)

Larry tells Marcia, "Boy, that other fellow’s gonna be jumping out of windows." (1:06)

Larry asks a man, "You out of your mind?" (1:19)

Macey: "Mr. Rhodes I’ve been with Browning, Schlagel and McNally for seventeen years, In full charge of the international drug account..." (1:22)

Larry tells Sen. Worthington Fuller, "You need a whole new personality."
Fuller: ”A new personality?”
Larry: ”Sounds sort of crazy to you, doesn’t it?” (1:31)

Fuller, on television: "I’d say that people today are obsessed..." (1:36)

Marcia tells Mel Miller, "At least I tone down some of the crazier notions he wants to spout on the air... Our agency, the one we started with the International drug account, is doing a gross business of over 100 million a year."
Mel: ”Don’t you worry.” (1:38)

Larry tells Marcia, "Everybody’s nuts about it." (1:44)

Larry asks the others, referring to Marcia, "Do you mean to tell me the success of my show depends on one self-important, neurotic, temperamental female?"
Larry tells an office girl, ”Well, I’m not drunk, just disgusted.” (1:47)

Sound engineer, referring to Larry, "Oh, if they ever heard the way that psycho really talks..." (1:51)

Larry: "Are those morons out there?... Good night, you stupid idiots." (1:51)

Macey tells a nurse, "... this time his personality finally came through." (1:53)

Larry, by telephone: "Marcia, if you don’t come right away, I’ll jump. I’ll jump. I’ll jump." (1:57)

Mel tells Marcia, referring to Larry, "... fan his smoldering, dampened ego so it can burst up into flames and burn..." (1:58)

Mel tells Larry, "People’s memories aren't too long..." (2:03)

Mel tells Marcia, referring to Larry, "I don’t figure him for a suicide." (2:05)