Film Dialogue in the Lyrics of Bob Dylan

The Stunt Man (1980)


Dir: Richard Rush. Story: Paul Bradeur.
Screenplay: Lawrence B. Marcus & Richard Rush.
Starring: Peter O'Toole, Steve Railsback & Barbara Hershey


The film begins with Cameron (Steve Railsback), a former Vietnam soldier, who is sought by the police and FBI, stumbling onto the set of a WWI film. His attempt to thumb a ride from a passing vintage Dusenberg car results in the agitated driver attempting to run him down. When Cameron tosses an object at the fleeing car in self-defense, the vehicle plunges off the side of a bridge, drowning the driver, who turns out to be  a stunt man working for the meglomaniacal film director, Eli Cross (Peter O'Toole). During the course of the film , O'Toole refers to Railsback as a "clean-cut kid".

He went to Hollywood to see Peter O'Toole
He stole a Rolls Royce and drove it into a swimming pool.

     "Clean-Cut Kid"
(Spotted by Alon Dennis)

Empire Burlesque (1985) 


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