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Medicine Man You found the cure for cancer

 
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with Lorraine Bracco as Dr. Rae Crane and Sean Connery as Dr. Robert Campbell from 1992 movie directed by John McTiernan, story by Tom Schulman, original music by Jerry Goldsmith, cinematography by Donald McAlpine. Quotes and pictures DR. RAE CRANE: Now I understand why you've been so secretive about your research hereI understand why you've been so secretive about your research here. DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: Again. DR. RAE CRANE: You've found the cure forthe common hangover. DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: I know. DR. RAE CRANE: You know? You found the cure for cancer and all you can say is, I knowYou found the cure for cancer and all you can say is, I know? DR. RAE CRANE: What is it? DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: Bromeliad. A flower. DR. RAE CRANE: How'd you find itHow'd you find it? DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: Get dressed. DR. RAE CRANE: Okay. DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: I came here six years ago. Why? A freak tribe, no cancerA freak tribe, no cancer. DR. RAE CRANE: What about the woman you showed me? DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: Jahausa married outside the tribe. Kalana is an Exoti. DR. RAE CRANE: Then it's genetic. DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: No, it's environmental. The tribes have always intermarried. But as far as I can tell, the bromeliad doesn't grow anywhere except here. DR. RAE CRANE: So the Exoti don't use it. DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: Kalana still doesn't put it in the food. She says it tastes bad. DR. RAE CRANE: So they eat this flower? DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: Ingest it. Snuff and sometimes chewing tobacco. It's in most oftheir food. Grows wild 100 feet up in the canopy. DR. RAE CRANE: Ten stories up? DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: Mmm. On the top shelf ofthe pharmacological superstore. It lives off a tree. I'd seen the old medicine man up there gathering for his juju kitI'd seen the old medicine man up there gathering for his juju kit. And there it was. There's only one fly in the serum. I can't reproduce it. DR. RAE CRANE: What do you meanWhat do you mean? DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: None ofthe new samples work. I have very little ofthe original serum left. That's what I mean when I say I can't reproduce it. DR. RAE CRANE: Wait a minute. I don't understand. DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: What don't you understand? I found a cure for the fucking plague of the 20th century and now I've lost itI found a cure for the fucking plague of the 20th century and now I've lost it! DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: You're too young. Some overeager son-of-a-bitch found a painkiller in the jungle. Fifteen cents to make a five dollar bottle. Aston was onto it like a fly to dung. All very scientific, all precautions taken. Swine flu killed the entire village. Much regret, so sorry. But the eager beaver still ended up with his ten cents on the dollar. DR. RAE CRANE: This isn't a painkiller. This is the cure for cancer. DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: These people don't need a cure for cancerThese people don't need a cure for cancer. Ask them. DR. RAE CRANE: There's a road coming into the area. You're finished. Aston can stop that. DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: Aston will need the road. They'll make sure it leads right up to my palapa. DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: I've reconsidered. Dr. Sealove is my second choice now. Well, come on, Bronx. You think Tom Falon's gonna walk down the aisle with a woman whose something blue is a tattoo on her forehead? DR. RAE CRANE: I want joint publication. DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: You can have whateveryou want. DR. RAE CRANE: What do you want? DR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: A meal and a bath. DR. RAE CRANE: Unbutton your shirt.


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