Shopkeeper Abraham Lincoln visits the grave of his friend Ann Rutledge. (0:10)
Carrie Sue Clay tells her mother, Abigail Clay, referring to Skrub White, "He’s drunk." (0:28)
Lawyer Abe Lincoln tells the mob, referring to brothers Matt and Adam Clay, "... with me handlin’ their case, don’t look like you’ll have much to worry about on that score."
”We seem to lose our heads in times like this.” (0:36)
Abe tells the brothers’ mother Abigail Clay, "Don’t you worry about a thing." (0:39)
Hostess Mary Todd tells a man, "I’m awfully glad you don’t share Mr. Lincoln’s aversion to feminine society." (0:44)
Abe tells Abigail’s daughter Sarah, referring to his own sister Sarah, "... she died when her baby was born." (0:51)
Abigail tells Abe, referring to her husband, "He was killed by a drunk Indian." (0:55)
Prosecutor John Felder tells the jury, referring to the Clay brothers, "I shall prove that they were under the influence of an alcoholic beverage at the time... I expect you as 12 loyal, intelligent, red-blooded citizens to find Adam and Matt Clay guilty of murder." (1:05)
Felder tells Judge Herbert A. Bell, referring to Abe, "... his entire game of buffoonery is lost on this intelligent jury." (1:14)
Witness John Palmer Cass tells Abe, "You’re crazy."
”I was drunk... I was drunk.” (1:33)