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INDEPENDENCE DAY The Sounds

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  Military Advisor: Our intelligence tells us the object has settled into a stationary orbit. Part of it has broken off into nearly three dozen other pieces. Smaller than the whole, sir. Yet over 15 miles in width themselves.
President Thomas J. Whitmore: Where are they heading?
Military Advisor: They should be entering out atmosphere within the next twenty-five minutes.
       
       
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  David Levinson: You really think you can fly that thing?
Captain Steven Hiller:You really think you can do all that bullshit you just said?
       
       
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  President Thomas J. Whitmore: Today, we celebrate our independence day!
       
       
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  David Levinson: They're using our own satellites against us... The clock is ticking!
       
       
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  David Levinson: Ah, it's like in chess... first you strategically position your pieces, and then when the timing is right, you... strike See? They're positioning themselves all over the world, using this one signal to synchronize their efforts. In approximately six hours the signal's going to disappear and the countdown will be over.
Marty Gilbert: And then what?
David Levinson: Checkmate!
Marty Gilbert: [Gasps in fear] Oh my God! Oh my God! I'd better call my brother! I'd better call my housekeeper! I've gotta call my lawyer! Ahh, forget my lawyer.
       
       
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  Military Advisor: We must launch a counteroffensive with a full nuclear strike.
President Thomas J. Whitmore: Over American soil?
Military Advisor: We don't strike soon, they may not be much of an America left to defend!
       
       
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  Captain Steven Hiller: That's what I call a close encounter!
       
       
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  Captain Steven Hiller: I really don't think they flew 90 billion light years to come down and start a fight.
       
       
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  Air Force Officer: All right, listen up! Before we can begin, We're going to have to get some background information on your flying experience. Let's start with you.
Russell Casse: Uh, me? Well, I'm, uh, Russell Casse, sir. And, uh, after "Nam, I got into, uh, cropdusting, and uh, been doing that ever since. On a, ah, personal note sir, I'd just like to add that, ah, ever since I was kidnapped by aliens 10 years ago, I've been dyin' for some payback, and I just want you to know that, uh I won't let ya down.
       
       
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  Captain Steven Hiller: Ahh!! You can't hit nothin!!
       
       
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  Captain Steven Hiller: I have GOT to get me one of THESE!
       
       
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  Russell Casse: Allright Mr. President! Here we go! [Laser blasts] Alright baby, I got ya! Payback's a bitch, ain't it??
       
       
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  President Thomas J. Whitmore: The question of whether we are alone in the universe has been answered.
       
       
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  Scientist: It's the real thing! A radio signal from another world!
       
       
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  Captain Steven Hiller: You know, this was supposed to be my weekend off. But nooooooo....... you got me out here, draggin' yo heavy ass, through the burning desert, with your dreadlocks hangin' out my parachute. You gotta come down here with an attitude... actin' all big and bad. AND WHAT THE HELL'S THAT SMELL! RRRRRRRAAAARRRGH! I could have been in a barbecue!!
       
       
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  President Thomas J. Whitmore: In less than an hour, aircraft from here will join others from around the world. And you will be launching the largest aerial battle in the history of mankind. Mankind. That word should have new meaning for all of us today. We can't be consumed with our petty differences anymore. We will be united in our common interests. Perhaps, it's fate, today is the fourth of July, and you will once again be fighting for our freedom. Not from tyranny, oppression or persecution. But from annihilation. We're fighting for our right to live... to exist. Should we win the day, the fourth of July will no longer be known as an American holiday. But as the day when the world declared in one voice "We will not go quietly into the night... we will not vanish without a fight! We're going to live on! We're going to survive! Today, we celebrate our independence day!"
[The crowd cheers.]
       
       
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  Captain Steven Hiller: Welcome to Earth!
       
       
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  Captain Steven Hiller: I'm just a little anxious to get up there and whoop ET's ass, that's all.
       
       
Sounds courtesy of The Movie Sounds Page and 20th Century Fox.
 

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