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Where Did The Quotes From Madagascar Come From?

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QUESTION: WHERE DID THE QUOTES USED IN "MADAGASCAR" COME FROM?

ANSWER:

I'm gonna tell you a story

-FBI Agent Monk (portrayed by Badja Djola), Chapter 35-A Razor Sharp Confession-1:40:06;

Mississippi Burning, 1988; written by Chris Gerolmo

Stand up for righteousness!

-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool (Delivered at Mount Pisgah

Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

What?

--Road Prison 36 Captain (portrayed by Strother Martin), Cool Hand Luke, 1967; written by

Donn Pearce

Stand up for justice!

-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah

Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

What?--Road Prison 36 Captain (portrayed by Strother Martin), Cool Hand Luke, 1967; written by

Donn Pearce

Stand up for truth!-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah

Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

How can a person grow up with all this around them?-Detective William Somerset (portrayed by Morgan Freeman), Chapter 19; Se7en, 1995; written by Andrew Kevin Walker

You got to call on that something-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah

Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

Where does it come from?- FBI Agent Alan Ward (portrayed by Willem Dafoe), Chapter 6-“where does it come from, all

this hatred?”-00:20:25; Mississippi Burning, 1988; written by Chris Gerolmo

That can make a way out of no way-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah

Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

All this hatred?-FBI Agent Alan Ward (portrayed by Willem Dafoe), Chapter 6-“where does it come from, all

this hatred?”-00:20:25; Mississippi Burning, 1988; written by Chris Gerolmo

What we've got here is --Road Prison 36 Captain (portrayed by Strother Martin), Cool Hand Luke, 1967; written by Donn Pearce

Fear

-Detective William Somerset (portrayed by Morgan Freeman), Chapter 19; Se7en, 1995; written by Andrew Kevin Walker

That power that can make a way out of no way-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah

Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

Failure to communicate--Road Prison 36 Captain (portrayed by Strother Martin), Cool Hand Luke, 1967; written by Donn Pearce

I tell ya I seen the lightning...I've heard the thunder roll-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

Everybody's acting like we can do anything and it don't matter what we do. Maybe we gotta be extra careful because maybe it matters more than we even know.--Private Eriksson (portrayed by Michael J. Fox), Casualties of War, 1989; written by Daniel Lang

Sometimes...-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

Hatred isn't somethinG you're born with-Mrs. Pell (portrayed by Frances McDormand); Chapter 29-Mrs. Pell Gives the Vital

Information-- 1:29:22; Mississippi Burning, 1988; written by Chris Gerolmo

I feel discouraged-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

It gets taught-Mrs. Pell (portrayed by Frances McDormand); Chapter 29-Mrs. Pell Gives the Vital

Information-1:29:22; Mississippi Burning, 1988; written by Chris Gerolmo

Sometimes I feel discouraged-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

I felt this fear-Detective William Somerset (portrayed by Morgan Freeman), Chapter 19

Se7en, 1995; written by Andrew Kevin Walker

He promised never to leave me, never to leave me alone, no never alone, no never alone.-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

Let's get something straight, alright?-Agent Rupert Anderson (portrayed by Gene Hackman), Chapter 27-- Ward and Anderson’s Frustration -1:24:58; Mississippi Burning, 1988; written by Chris Gerolmo

Promised never to leave me-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

This whole thing was fucked up-Agent Rupert Anderson (portrayed by Gene Hackman), Chapter 27-- Ward and Anderson’s Frustration -1:24:58; Mississippi Burning, 1988; written by Chris Gerolmo

Never to leave me alone

-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Why Jesus Called A Man A Fool, (Delivered at Mount Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, on 27 August 1967)

All men betray. All lose heart--The Leper / Robert the 16th Earl of Bruce (portrayed by Ian Bannen), speaking to his son, Robert the 17th Earl of Bruce in a scene concerning the betrayal Robert the 17th Earl of Bruce committed toward William Wallace; Chapter 15-Lands of Death-2:13:57; Braveheart, 1995;

written by Randall Wallace

I don't want to lose heart!...I want to believe--Robert the 17th Earl of Bruce, (portrayed by Angus McFadyen) responding to his father (The Leper / Robert the 16th Earl of Bruce)’s nonchalant attitude toward betrayal; Chapter 15-Lands of Death-2:14:02; Braveheart, 1995; written by Randall Wallace

Black men and white men -Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I Have A Dream, (Delivered as the keynote speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on 28 August 1963; written by Julian Bond)

Together at the table of brotherhood-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I Have A Dream, (Delivered as the keynote speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on 28 August 1963; written by Julian Bond)

I have a dream-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I Have A Dream, (Delivered as the keynote speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on 28 August 1963; written by Julian Bond)

Free at last! Free at last! Thank God almighty we are free at last!-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I Have A Dream, (Delivered as the keynote speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on 28 August 1963; written by Julian Bond)

*Thanks to chindem at gnrforum.com

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