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Blow Out

John Travolta, Nancy Allen, John Lithgow, Dennis Franz, Peter Boyden, Curt May, John Aquino, John McMartin, Deborah Everton, J. Patrick McNamara, Missy Cleveland, Roger Wilson, Lori-Nan Engler, Cindy Manion, Missy O'Shea
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Sound technician Jack Terry asks the producer, "Well, then, what are you worried about?"
Producer: ”Just worry about the scream.” (0:04)

Jack records as David tells Betsy, "Oh, let’s not worry about that."
Betsy, referring to Jack: ”What is he, a peeping Tom or something?” (0:10)

The emergency room doctor tells Jack, referring to Sally, the woman Jack saved from drowning, "She’s been sedated." (0:15)

Jack tells Sally, "I wouldn't worry about it."
”Well, don’t worry about it.” (0:15)

Jack plays back his recording: David tells Betsy, "Oh, let’s not worry about that."
Betsy, referring to Jack: ”What is he, a peeping Tom or something?” (0:23)

Sally tells Jack, "That’s crazy."
”It’s kinda depressing.” (0:29)

Jack tells Sally, referring to an undercover cop, "The one thing that... whiz kid didn’t think of was maybe that, uh, Freddie would get nervous, and he’d sweat."
Detective Mackey: ”Jack, I think you’re nuts.” (0:42)

Detective Mackey: "Terry, do you realize how many conspiracy nuts I’ve already had in here today?"
”Save your paranoia for public television.” (0:54)

By telephone, an older conspirator asks Burke, "Are you crazy?" (0:57)

By telephone, Mackey tells Jack, "First you feed me all this nutty assassination shit..."
”You’re... nuts.” (1:03)

Jack asks newsman Frank Donahue, "... why would a guy like you be interested in some kind of an assassination nut like me?"
Donahue: ”i don’t think you’re a nut.” (1:04)

Jack tells Sally, "You can be crazy or dead."
”I wish I was the only one you had to worry about.” (1:10)

Photographer Manny Karp tells Sally, "... this nut, he calls me..."
”This nut’s idea was to shoot out the tire of McRyan’s car...”
”Are you crazy?”
Sally hits Manny on the head with a bottle, rendering him unconscious. (1:11)

By telephone, Jack tells Sally, "... they can’t say we’re both hearing things..." (1:19)

Reporter: "We asked forensic psychologist Dr. Joseph Fuchs what connection there might be between the bell-shaped pattern of the wounds and the upcoming Liberty Day celebration." (1:20)

Sally asks Jack, "Aren’t you getting a little paranoid here?" (1:22)

Burke, pretending to be Donahue tells Sally, "It sounds crazy, but I think we’re being followed."
Sally: ”I don’t watch the news, it’s too depressing” (1:31)

Jack realizes Burke has killed Sally. (1:42)

Reference in Joker