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A Mighty Wind

Christopher Guest, Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, John Michael Higgins, Jane Lynch, Michael McKean, Harry Shearer, Michael Hitchcock, Parker Posey, Bob Balaban, Ed Begley Jr., Fred Willard, Jennifer Coolidge, Jim Piddock, Paul Dooley, Larry Miller
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Television reporter: “Finally, in the news tonight the music world mourns the death of folk music icon Irving Steinbloom...” (0:00)

Mark, referring to a record: “It would teeter crazily on the little spindle.” (0:05)

Folk singer Mitch in a straight jacket on the cover of his album “Cry for Help.”
In front of his gravestone on another album cover.(0: 15)


Psychiatrist Mildred talks about Mitch. (0:16)

Elliot: “You try to make amends, but you can’t...” (0:25)

Jerry tells Mark and Alan, “That’s really getting confusing. It’s really confusing.“
”It’s really just confusing” (0:35)

By telephone producer Jonathan asks folk singer Mickey, referring to Mitch, “Are you giving him any medication? I mean I know he’s anxious. I’m anxious. I’m always anxious.”
”I could be empathetic.” (0:36)

Folk singer Terry: “This is not one of those crazy systems... and you’ve gotta have a screw loose to go in for that sort of thing.” (0:38)

Mitch: “I was flashing back to the rush of adrenaline we used to get...” (0:47)

Mickey: “Crazy... This was our crazy way of getting here.” (0:51)

Alan tells Jerry and Mark, referring to the audience, “They’re just gonna be flat out confused.” (1:01)

Jonathan tells Lars, referring to Mitch, “He got a little nervous.” (1:10)

Mark in drag: “I came to the realization that I was, and am, a blond, female folk singer trapped in the body of a bald, male folk singer, and I had to let me out, or I would die.” (1:24)