Movie: The Homecoming: A Christmas Story [1971] Movie: The Homecoming: A Christmas Story [1971]

Movie: The Homecoming: A Christmas Story [1971] Movie: The Homecoming: A Christmas Story [1971]

John-Boy:
Nobody ever gave away anything worth keeping, I guess.

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Radio Announcer:
Lucky Lindy, a former aereal mail man himself, has been in Europe surveying the possibility of air mail service between the old and the new world. He suggests that air mail service between Europe and America is practical, and predicts that in the distant future, freight and even passengers might cross the Atlantic by airplane.



Grandma:
Cross the ocean? Why I wouldn't fly from here to Rockfish in one of the things.

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Claudie:
Got another one?



Mary Ellen:
[Quoting a Bible verse] What has man profited if he gains the whole world and loses a soul.



Claudie:
Too hard to remember.



Mary Ellen:
Jesus wept.

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Ben:
John Boy, did you go crazy when you were 13.



John-Boy:
I didn't have time. I was so busy taking care of YOU CHILDREN!

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John-Boy:
You know what's in that tablet, Mama? All my secret thoughts. What I feel and what I think about. What it's like late at night to hear a whipoorwill call and hear it's mate call back. The rumbling of the midnight train crossing the tressel at Rockfish, or just watching the water go by the creek and knowing some day it will reach the ocean, wondering if I'll ever seen an ocean and what a wonder that would be. You know, Mama, sometimes I hike on over to the highway and I sit and watch the buses go by and the people in them and I'm wondering what they're like and what they say to each other and where they're bound for. Things stay in my mind, I can't forget anything and it all get's bottled up in here and sometimes I feel like a crazy man. I can't rest or sleep or anything until I rush up here and write it down in that tablet. Sometimes I think I really am crazy.

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