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Wilford Brimley's scene in Absence of Malice


Chris Grieb

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The first movie I ever saw with Wilford Brimley was Absence of Malice. The movie was almost over. Suddenly this old man with a big mustache appeared. He seemed very grumpy. In ten minutes you forgot about Sally Field & Paul Newman. In less he tried up all the loose ends in the movie when he tells the unethical lead prosecutor that he has thirty days it is a moment not to be missed.

I'm sorry that the only time I can see Brimley is selling diabetes supplies but I'm glad he making money.

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That was a great scene. Remember that line, something like "You two ought to be married" - spoken to the Sally Field and Paul Newman characters, re their arguing?

Bill P

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That was a great scene. Remember that line, something like "You two ought to be married" - spoken to the Sally Field and Paul Newman characters, re their arguing?

Bill P

There are many moments in that scene and that was one of them.

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