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Biography, Drama, Music
Phil Spector (2013)
MOVIE : Phil Spector (2013)
Al Pacino, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Helen Mirren, Jeffrey Tambor
Record Producer Phil Spector (Al Pacino) hires Bruce Cutler (Jeffrey Tambor) to defend him when he’s accused of murder. Cutler persuades Linda Kenney Baden (Dame Helen Mirren) to advise him. While the prosecution’s story is contradicted by facts in the case, there is convincing circumstantial evidence against Spector, not the least of which is his appearance. As Baden gradually takes over the defense, even as she is ill with pneumonia, she must find a way to introduce ballistic evidence in a dramatic enough fashion to plant doubt in the jury’s mind. Calling Specter to testify may be the only way to stage the evidence. She coaches him and rehearses him: can he (and she) pull it off?

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Phil spector interview.

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Roll 28.

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Ok. Good. Go.

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Good. Here we go.

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There. Yeah.

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What is this?

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He's wearing a button
that says "back"

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to mono."

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"Back to mono."

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Yeah. All right.

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"The wall of sound."

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All it is is, it's reverb.

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You cook it down.

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You mix it down time and again.

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Oh, that reverb... what
it is is, it's mud. It's...

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Good morning, maggie. Hello.

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Excuse me. Could I have
a glass of water, please?

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Of course.

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Thank you.

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He has us in there... 40
musicians, 20 hours a day,

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working on one note... One note...
Until it's perfect.

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Thank you.

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Thank you very much.

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Not at all. Not at all.

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Excuse me. Here you are.

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Thank you. You're welcome.

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Wasn't much of a singer, but..

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Ok.

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Linda!

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Where's she staying? Someone!

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Get her bags to the hotel!

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Get her installed.
Whatever she needs!

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New york's on the phone.

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About what?

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Your television show.

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Television show... it can wait.

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The gun, the blood
spatter, that whole wall.

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Lana clarkson, suicide threats,
depression... james,

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you know what I'm looking for.

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Did they feed you on the plane?

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What do you think I am... crazy?

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Get her something to eat.

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I don't need anything to eat.
I need a doctor.

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Nick stavros, rpi...
Linda kenney baden.

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Hi. I won't touch you.
I'm very sick.

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I need the case laws on televised,
federal and california.

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Grounds for exception,
grounds for appeal.

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At least we can slow them down.

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Linda!

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Could you get me
a cup of tea, please?

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Here's the part never cut in.

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Raw footage.

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Phil spector interview.

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Roll 28.

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That was fantastic.

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Some wonderful material.

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I'm so grateful to you.

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Oh, thank you.

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Excellent.

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Who is the girl in the picture?

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I don't know her name.

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Phil didn't, either.

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Phil... he can attract a girl?

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Why not? He can attract a girl.

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He can get her to his house.

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Afterwards, he's on his track.

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How can he keep her there?

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You tell me.

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With a gun.

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He thinks he has to
have a gun..

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I think we've covered
just about everything.

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Ah.

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Some questions at... Ok.
All right, all right.

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Linda, please.

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Come on. We've got 3 days'
worth to do in half an hour.

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How far this goes back.

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To the desert.

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To the moors...

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Thank you for coming.

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You said that.

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"Telegraph," london,
fax to phil.

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Day of the shooting.

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"Lost genius of rock 'n' roll".

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Yeah, I know about the article.

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What you don't know...
Read the article...

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He's been cold sober
for 10 years.

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Cold sober. That night, house
of blues and lana clarkson.

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Uh-huh.

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Article sets him off.

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Hmm. That's a shame.

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It sets him off.

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Yes, but how does that
help your case?

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My case, in court
tomorrow, all right?

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How does it help your case
that he's nuts and he's drunk?

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He still put the gun
in the girl's mouth.

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We've got right there...
Yeah, I read that.

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Maggie, play her the fucking
audiotape, first officers?

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I read it.

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I want you to hear it.

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Phil and the first officers.

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Let's go. Uh.

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This piece of shit!

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I don't know what
the fucking problem was,

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but she certainly had no right

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to come to my fucking castle and
blow her fucking head open!

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I don't see the case.

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No? He's drunk. He's enraged.

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He mouths off to the cops.
Why is he enraged?

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You heard it.

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Is that a man who
just shot somebody?

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That's hearsay. They'll
never allow it into court.

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"The people vs. Cruz".

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James?

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"The people vs. Lou."

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He put the gun in the
girl's mouth... No.

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He pulled the trigger.

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Where's the blood? Where's
the massive blood spatter?

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I don't know where the
massive blood spatter is.

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This is my vacation in venice...

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First-class tickets,
5-star hotel.

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You know, we have a
meeting with him tonight.

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Not me.

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You're here. Why are you here?

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I do it for a living.

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I'm listening.

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62 grand worth of a vacation.

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My hourly rate, out of the
office, door to door,

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24 hours a day.

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30 grand on top,
and I'll give you 3 days,

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if that's any use to you.

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Thank you.

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So is that any use to you?

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You give me your assessment.

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And you put back my vacation
and you pay for it.

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Stop negotiating.

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And I need a shot.

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Will you find me a doctor?

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James!

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James, drive her to the hotel.

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A doctor when she gets there.

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You walk her to the room.

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Other side have those outtakes?

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Not yet.

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They're filing to admit the
testimony of 5 women...

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Yeah, I read the
grand jury testimony.

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This is gonna be your office.

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Oh, 5 women. Count them.

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5 women on oath before
the grand jury.

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"He pulled a gun on me.
He wanted sex."

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Cold sober for 10 years, and
now he's just getting...

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Well, so what, bruce? You ever
hear the phrase "to hell with it?"

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You've got a gun nut.

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He goes around waving
loaded guns.

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You've got 5 women
come out of the woodwork...

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"He did the same thing to me."

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You've got the chauffeur.

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The chauffeur is on record...

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"I think I just
killed somebody."

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Well, exclude the woman.

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How? On ewol?

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You bet.

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No, I say the judge
allows it under caitlyn.

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In which case it's reversible.

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I'm doing a tv show.

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Really? About the case?

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No, independent of the case.

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Oh, great.

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Now, the chauffeur.

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Bruce, bruce, bruce,
he shot the girl.

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He shot the girl, all right?

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He's a freak.

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Those are the public
who don't hate him.

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He's a genius.

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He transformed the
entire music industry.

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What's that... what's that
kid's name... james?

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James. James?

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I'm linda kenney baden.

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Could you tell me what this is?

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I'll give you a dollar
if you can tell me.

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Is it something
to do with music?

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Why would you say that?

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Because the case
has to do with music.

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No, no, no.

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The case has nothing
to do with music.

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No. This is an insert that allows
a 45 rpm record to be played

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on an lp phonograph, ok?
Now... Ok.

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What is this?

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Something to do with
an early computer.

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Mmm.

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Put it on your key chain.

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It's a piece of the past.

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Mmm.

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This kid doesn't know
what a phonograph is,

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a 45, a... a transistor radio.

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Nobody on the jury is gonna
know anything except your guy's

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a murderer and a freak.

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The girl killed herself.

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Well, maybe, but I don't
want to take that case.

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There... I don't like that case.

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There is no evidence.

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There's no blood
spatter on his cuff.

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Well, you've got... as
to the blood spatter...

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There is no blood spatter
on the back wall. Why?

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Why?

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Linda, the bullet
lodged in the skull.

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The skull was intact.

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All the blood in the
brain matter had to come

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out of the mouth toward him.

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Exact model of
the coat he wore.

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Exact model.

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Blood spatter?

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You find it. Go ahead.

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It's more than a pinpoint, bruce.
I read the report.

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It's more than one, and...

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And it is inconsistent with
anything but a defensive...

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Bruce...

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A defensive movement. And the angle
of the shot is inconsistent.

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The only way he walks...
I think he's not guilty.

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Of course you do. The only way,
however, that he walks is what?

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She shot herself.

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That's right. Why?

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She was depressed.

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We have a history
of e-mails, comments...

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They let o.J. Go. They
let michael jackson go.

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They are not gonna let him go.

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They will be trying him for
the murder of o.J.'S wife,

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and they will find him guilty.

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Put on the tape.

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The girl was crazy, linda.

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She made this tape to promote
herself as an actress.

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Go ahead.

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Dead broke tower,
the one and only...

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I need some groceries
at the hotel, please.

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Little richard.

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Richard, which do you prefer?

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"Little" or "richard"?

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Folks just call me
whatever it is that

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jumps in their head at that
moment, then come out with it.

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There was this one man
at a club I was playing

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down in memphis, my
house at one time.

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And I'd like to
thank you, dizzy,

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for having me on the show.

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Well, dizzy, follow me?

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Yes, richard, I do.

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Your car is here.

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Well, its... thanks.

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Dilly. "Richard" or "little,"

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whichever you prefer.

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Tell us, las vegas, what we...

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The girl, bruce... you show
that in the courtroom,

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what do you get?

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00:10:05,204 --> 00:10:06,271
You get sympathy.

253
00:10:06,305 --> 00:10:07,672
Your only realpolitik,

254
00:10:07,707 --> 00:10:10,475
your only shot is
to attack the girl,

255
00:10:10,509 --> 00:10:13,044
and that's a loser because
the jury turns away from you

256
00:10:13,079 --> 00:10:15,847
like that.

257
00:10:15,881 --> 00:10:17,616
Ok.

258
00:10:17,650 --> 00:10:21,152
I got a guy...
Sure looks guilty.

259
00:10:21,187 --> 00:10:22,227
You tell me, what do I do?

260
00:10:22,254 --> 00:10:25,290
Sex symbol... He changed
the tune as he came to me.

261
00:10:25,324 --> 00:10:26,758
He's entitled to a defense.

262
00:10:26,792 --> 00:10:28,026
What would you tell
your students?

263
00:10:28,060 --> 00:10:29,060
Would you say, "don't take
the case if it offends"

264
00:10:29,095 --> 00:10:30,095
your sensibilities,"

265
00:10:30,129 --> 00:10:31,463
or is he presumed innocent?

266
00:10:31,497 --> 00:10:32,931
Because you're screwed up,

267
00:10:32,965 --> 00:10:35,367
because you read the same
gossip everybody else did,

268
00:10:35,401 --> 00:10:36,868
so you think he's guilty.

269
00:10:36,902 --> 00:10:37,869
All right, they
think he's guilty.

270
00:10:37,903 --> 00:10:40,038
What are you going
to do about it?

271
00:10:40,072 --> 00:10:41,640
I won't attack the girl.

272
00:10:41,674 --> 00:10:44,009
Oh, yeah. Gonna happen.
Hallelujah!

273
00:10:44,043 --> 00:10:48,013
Hallelujah. Yeah.

274
00:10:56,822 --> 00:10:58,657
Linda!

275
00:10:58,691 --> 00:11:00,492
Linda!

276
00:11:03,396 --> 00:11:07,198
I can't try the case I wish I
had, the defendant I wish I had,

277
00:11:07,233 --> 00:11:10,935
and I inherited the jury.

278
00:11:10,970 --> 00:11:13,004
In a locked room,
he shot the girl.

279
00:11:13,039 --> 00:11:14,706
What can I do to defend him?

280
00:11:14,740 --> 00:11:15,674
He's got cancer, linda.

281
00:11:15,708 --> 00:11:16,948
You don't go
to a dermatologist.

282
00:11:16,976 --> 00:11:18,243
You got cancer, you come to me.

283
00:11:18,277 --> 00:11:19,678
Now, what is my case?

284
00:11:19,712 --> 00:11:21,112
Bruce, new york's on the phone.

285
00:11:21,147 --> 00:11:23,014
It's urgent.

286
00:11:24,517 --> 00:11:25,684
I won't attack the girl.

287
00:11:25,718 --> 00:11:27,752
Then you tell me.

288
00:11:27,787 --> 00:11:29,227
The doctor
will meet us at the hotel.

289
00:11:31,724 --> 00:11:33,358
Thank you.

290
00:11:38,364 --> 00:11:39,864
Yeah, yeah, yeah.

291
00:11:43,469 --> 00:11:45,537
The guns were about the girls.

292
00:11:45,571 --> 00:11:49,274
This guy, his feet
size is zero.

293
00:11:49,308 --> 00:11:51,242
I mean, he couldn't
get laid in a whorehouse

294
00:11:51,277 --> 00:11:52,477
with a money machine.

295
00:11:52,511 --> 00:11:55,413
Now... now he's the starmaker.

296
00:11:55,448 --> 00:11:58,983
He's fucking the ronettes,
darlene love, cher...

297
00:11:59,018 --> 00:12:01,686
Who the fuck knows who he's
fucking... angela lansbury.

298
00:12:01,721 --> 00:12:03,655
I don't know.

299
00:12:03,689 --> 00:12:06,524
Now look. His power
is starting to wane.

300
00:12:06,559 --> 00:12:08,993
Do you think he's
gonna give that up?

301
00:12:09,028 --> 00:12:10,195
He's following ronnie around.

302
00:12:10,229 --> 00:12:11,763
She goes for a cup of coffee,

303
00:12:11,797 --> 00:12:14,199
he's got 3 private
detectives on her trail.

304
00:12:14,233 --> 00:12:15,700
Mm-hmm.

305
00:12:15,735 --> 00:12:18,536
The whole thing was about,
"how do I keep these broads?"

306
00:12:18,571 --> 00:12:20,605
But he didn't
want to keep them.

307
00:12:20,639 --> 00:12:21,840
That's true.

308
00:12:21,874 --> 00:12:23,108
Why?

309
00:12:23,142 --> 00:12:24,275
Ha.

310
00:12:24,310 --> 00:12:27,579
He didn't know what love was.

311
00:12:27,613 --> 00:12:32,851
He knew what pussy was, and
that's as close as he came.

312
00:12:32,885 --> 00:12:34,552
What's your favorite
of all the things

313
00:12:34,587 --> 00:12:36,387
that you mixed in those days?

314
00:12:36,422 --> 00:12:38,690
Well, I mean, "river
deep", mountain high."

315
00:12:38,724 --> 00:12:39,758
Yes.

316
00:12:39,792 --> 00:12:40,759
That was the anthem.

317
00:12:40,793 --> 00:12:42,660
Fantastic. Yeah.

318
00:12:42,695 --> 00:12:44,696
Probably one of the greatest
recordings ever made.

319
00:12:44,730 --> 00:12:46,197
At least, that's
what phil would say.

320
00:12:46,232 --> 00:12:49,567
Yeah. So I suppose you
guys were editing

321
00:12:49,602 --> 00:12:51,603
everything with a razor?

322
00:12:51,637 --> 00:12:52,837
Well, it was the old days.

323
00:12:52,872 --> 00:12:55,340
You know, you got to clip
everything, and it was mono,

324
00:12:55,374 --> 00:12:56,608
so you know.

325
00:12:56,642 --> 00:12:58,443
Quarter-inch tape?

326
00:12:58,477 --> 00:13:04,149
Quarter-inch tape, reel to
reel, 8 track, live sound.

327
00:13:04,183 --> 00:13:06,518
It was more realistic to be live
than there was mono.

328
00:13:08,154 --> 00:13:09,220
I've always wanted to know...

329
00:13:09,255 --> 00:13:11,289
What's the difference
between rich...

330
00:13:41,854 --> 00:13:43,588
His father.

331
00:13:43,622 --> 00:13:46,157
He says his father shot
himself when he was 5,

332
00:13:46,192 --> 00:13:47,826
but philip was 5 in 1944.

333
00:13:47,860 --> 00:13:49,594
He didn't shoot himself
when he was 5.

334
00:13:49,628 --> 00:13:51,696
He killed himself
when phil was 10... 1949.

335
00:13:51,730 --> 00:13:52,697
How? With a gun?

336
00:13:52,731 --> 00:13:54,065
Uh-uh.

337
00:13:54,099 --> 00:13:57,035
Took the gas pipe, went into
the garage, turned the car on.

338
00:13:57,069 --> 00:13:58,102
Mmm.

339
00:13:58,137 --> 00:13:59,137
You ever meet him?

340
00:13:59,171 --> 00:14:00,672
No, ma'am.

341
00:14:00,706 --> 00:14:02,207
I'm linda. Please.

342
00:14:12,685 --> 00:14:13,766
Here we go.

343
00:14:16,689 --> 00:14:19,591
mr. spector
prefers you to walk.

344
00:14:21,994 --> 00:14:24,362
Just the woman. Just the woman.

345
00:14:24,396 --> 00:14:26,231
It's ok.

346
00:17:27,012 --> 00:17:32,183
♪ Anybody here seen my
old friend abraham ♪

347
00:17:32,217 --> 00:17:37,555
♪ and can you tell me
where he's gone? ♪

348
00:17:37,589 --> 00:17:45,463
"Abraham, martin,
and john," 1968,

349
00:17:45,497 --> 00:17:48,232
and then they threw in
bobby... bobby kennedy.

350
00:17:48,267 --> 00:17:52,503
Now, we know lincoln
freed the slaves,

351
00:17:52,538 --> 00:17:57,008
dr. king fought for
equality, john...

352
00:17:57,042 --> 00:17:59,402
Screw the nazi spy
and anything else

353
00:17:59,411 --> 00:18:01,646
that would hold still
for 10 minutes.

354
00:18:01,680 --> 00:18:05,750
What the hell did bobby do?

355
00:18:05,784 --> 00:18:07,685
He fucked with the teamsters.

356
00:18:07,719 --> 00:18:09,120
Get over here.

357
00:18:09,154 --> 00:18:16,027
Now, if you look at the dates,
"abraham, martin, and john"

358
00:18:16,061 --> 00:18:21,099
was recorded june 2, 1968.

359
00:18:21,133 --> 00:18:25,970
That's 3 days before
they shot bobby.

360
00:18:26,004 --> 00:18:30,141
They went back, chucked
him in as garnish.

361
00:18:30,175 --> 00:18:33,311
Traiga bebidas a la sala
de música, por favor!

362
00:18:33,345 --> 00:18:34,412
Sí, señor.

363
00:18:34,446 --> 00:18:36,314
Here.

364
00:18:36,348 --> 00:18:41,385
Now, teddy... teddy
kennedy drowns a girl

365
00:18:41,420 --> 00:18:43,387
on martha's vineyard.

366
00:18:43,422 --> 00:18:46,290
Walks away from
the scene of the crime...

367
00:18:46,325 --> 00:18:50,228
Hid under a blanket 72 hours...

368
00:18:50,262 --> 00:18:56,100
A teenage girl who he
had befriended...

369
00:18:56,135 --> 00:19:00,605
Drowns her in a
volkswagen... 300 million

370
00:19:00,639 --> 00:19:04,208
americans, nobody says "boo."

371
00:19:04,243 --> 00:19:08,045
And p. S... teddy kennedy,
what in the world

372
00:19:08,080 --> 00:19:10,081
had he ever accomplished?

373
00:19:10,115 --> 00:19:13,351
His family tossed him the bone.

374
00:19:13,385 --> 00:19:16,254
"Oh, you can't get
your masseuse license?

375
00:19:16,288 --> 00:19:19,423
"Here, sit in the senate
40 years.

376
00:19:19,458 --> 00:19:23,094
Have fun."

377
00:19:23,128 --> 00:19:28,299
A girl shoots herself
in my house,

378
00:19:28,333 --> 00:19:32,670
and that is the legacy my
children will live with.

379
00:19:32,704 --> 00:19:33,938
Come on in.

380
00:19:33,972 --> 00:19:38,309
If I go in there, will you
keep me there by force?

381
00:19:38,343 --> 00:19:40,912
Here we go.

382
00:19:42,247 --> 00:19:44,549
So where's bruce?

383
00:19:44,583 --> 00:19:46,817
Bruce had to go back
to new york.

384
00:19:46,852 --> 00:19:47,818
Ah... ooh.

385
00:19:47,853 --> 00:19:49,687
He went back to new york.

386
00:19:49,721 --> 00:19:51,656
God, you keep it cold in here.

387
00:19:51,690 --> 00:19:53,925
No, I need it cold.

388
00:19:53,959 --> 00:19:55,159
You know why I like bruce?

389
00:19:55,194 --> 00:19:56,494
Why?

390
00:19:56,528 --> 00:19:59,197
He got john gotti off.

391
00:19:59,231 --> 00:20:00,932
Stone killer, mafia chief,

392
00:20:00,966 --> 00:20:05,403
bruce walked him out of
court, guilty as errol flynn.

393
00:20:05,437 --> 00:20:06,671
Oh, you are cold.

394
00:20:06,705 --> 00:20:07,705
Mmm.

395
00:20:07,739 --> 00:20:11,475
Come on. We'll warm you up.

396
00:20:11,510 --> 00:20:13,044
Here. Here you go.

397
00:20:14,713 --> 00:20:19,684
You know, I always wanted
to get out of all of this.

398
00:20:19,718 --> 00:20:21,485
You know?

399
00:20:23,689 --> 00:20:27,491
Lawrence de arabia...
He got out.

400
00:20:27,526 --> 00:20:29,327
You know?

401
00:20:29,361 --> 00:20:34,065
I wanted to be an interpreter
in the united nations.

402
00:20:34,099 --> 00:20:40,071
People scoffed at that, but...
It's a matter of record.

403
00:20:40,105 --> 00:20:42,039
I always spoke spanish.

404
00:20:42,074 --> 00:20:47,111
You'll find it in my love of
the latino beat, in my songs.

405
00:20:47,145 --> 00:20:49,981
After the beatles, there
was still a lot to do.

406
00:20:50,015 --> 00:20:51,882
I didn't want to do it.

407
00:20:51,917 --> 00:20:53,985
Just didn't want to do it.

408
00:20:57,756 --> 00:21:00,358
You didn't want to do it? Why?

409
00:21:00,392 --> 00:21:02,260
I'd done it.

410
00:21:02,294 --> 00:21:04,228
What more was there left
for me to do?

411
00:21:04,263 --> 00:21:05,196
What?

412
00:21:05,230 --> 00:21:08,566
The girls, the money,
the fame. No.

413
00:21:08,600 --> 00:21:12,136
You know, I thought
I'd move to belize.

414
00:21:12,170 --> 00:21:14,105
Is that a fantasy?

415
00:21:14,139 --> 00:21:16,274
Everything I've done in my
life has been a fantasy.

416
00:21:16,308 --> 00:21:17,642
I made it happen.

417
00:21:17,676 --> 00:21:20,111
I couldn't keep you here
by force

418
00:21:20,145 --> 00:21:22,613
because they took all my guns.

419
00:21:26,885 --> 00:21:31,222
You know, it never escaped
me that people thought,

420
00:21:31,256 --> 00:21:38,029
or were taught to think,
that I was a clown

421
00:21:38,063 --> 00:21:39,664
or freak of some sort

422
00:21:39,698 --> 00:21:45,603
and that my accomplishments
were somehow not to be admired.

423
00:21:45,637 --> 00:21:50,641
But in their breadth of
number, the sign of a freak.

424
00:21:53,011 --> 00:21:55,046
But I understand.

425
00:21:55,080 --> 00:21:58,482
It's called "envy."

426
00:21:58,517 --> 00:22:02,687
I believe it's even
mentioned in the bible.

427
00:22:02,721 --> 00:22:06,791
Extraordinary
accomplishments, linda,

428
00:22:06,825 --> 00:22:11,228
transforms the grateful
into an audience

429
00:22:11,263 --> 00:22:15,566
and the envious, linda,
into a mob.

430
00:22:15,600 --> 00:22:16,701
You watch.

431
00:22:16,735 --> 00:22:19,603
See if I'm not right.

432
00:22:19,638 --> 00:22:24,308
It stems from a feeling
of inadequacy

433
00:22:24,343 --> 00:22:27,712
which is a lack of courage.

434
00:22:27,746 --> 00:22:29,146
Yeah, I understand.

435
00:22:29,181 --> 00:22:34,885
I had it, too, but I dealt
with it by doing something.

436
00:22:34,920 --> 00:22:36,754
You know?

437
00:22:36,788 --> 00:22:38,856
What was I to do?

438
00:22:38,890 --> 00:22:40,091
Did I tear anybody down?

439
00:22:40,125 --> 00:22:43,794
No.

440
00:22:43,829 --> 00:22:45,763
They were no threat to me.

441
00:22:45,797 --> 00:22:48,032
I was too busy.

442
00:22:49,735 --> 00:22:50,701
It's pretty, eh?

443
00:22:50,736 --> 00:22:51,736
Hmm.

444
00:22:51,770 --> 00:22:52,837
Here you go.

445
00:22:52,871 --> 00:22:55,039
Thank you.

446
00:22:55,073 --> 00:22:58,642
Why do you have so many guns?

447
00:22:58,677 --> 00:22:59,744
I might need one.

448
00:22:59,778 --> 00:23:01,812
Why would you need
more than one?

449
00:23:01,847 --> 00:23:02,847
I don't know.

450
00:23:02,848 --> 00:23:04,148
How many pairs of
shoes do you have?

451
00:23:04,182 --> 00:23:05,182
Mmm.

452
00:23:05,217 --> 00:23:07,151
How many feet?

453
00:23:07,185 --> 00:23:09,320
But they're gone.

454
00:23:09,354 --> 00:23:12,156
And I'm not going to shoot
you, so why don't we sit down?

455
00:23:12,190 --> 00:23:15,226
Mmm. Thank you.

456
00:23:15,260 --> 00:23:18,629
So how do you feel about guns?

457
00:23:18,663 --> 00:23:19,663
How do you feel about them?

458
00:23:19,698 --> 00:23:20,998
I can take them or leave them.

459
00:23:21,032 --> 00:23:25,302
Yeah, but if you leave them and
somebody pulls one on you,

460
00:23:25,337 --> 00:23:29,006
well, there you are... Anybody
ever pull a gun on you?

461
00:23:29,040 --> 00:23:30,674
You think I shot
the girl, linda?

462
00:23:30,709 --> 00:23:31,675
Hmm.

463
00:23:31,710 --> 00:23:32,676
You're smart.

464
00:23:32,711 --> 00:23:33,911
High praise, indeed.

465
00:23:33,945 --> 00:23:34,945
You think I shot the girl?

466
00:23:34,980 --> 00:23:36,847
Your chauffer is on record.

467
00:23:36,882 --> 00:23:40,551
"My boss came out. I think
I just killed somebody."

468
00:23:49,027 --> 00:23:49,960
Tomorrow's "times,"

469
00:23:49,995 --> 00:23:53,898
today's "times," you're quoted

470
00:23:53,932 --> 00:23:56,333
as denouncing "the
hitler-like d.A."

471
00:23:56,368 --> 00:23:58,569
And his storm
trooper henchmen."

472
00:23:58,603 --> 00:24:01,605
Do you let people
screw with you?

473
00:24:01,640 --> 00:24:06,444
That's the white piano. That's
where john wrote "imagine."

474
00:24:06,478 --> 00:24:12,082
Lenny, lenny bruce, he
would sit here at the end,

475
00:24:12,117 --> 00:24:13,617
talking about the
fourth amendment.

476
00:24:13,652 --> 00:24:15,953
That's how nuts
they had him at the end.

477
00:24:15,987 --> 00:24:21,959
Shooting smack, talking
about the commerce clause.

478
00:24:21,993 --> 00:24:23,861
Wisest man I ever met.

479
00:24:23,895 --> 00:24:26,864
There's john, john lennon,
clubbed up with his wife at

480
00:24:26,898 --> 00:24:32,136
the dakota, prior to which he was living
in 21/2 rooms in the east village,

481
00:24:32,170 --> 00:24:36,140
head shaved, hadn't bathed
in a year and a half.

482
00:24:36,174 --> 00:24:37,675
This genius.

483
00:24:37,709 --> 00:24:38,709
What's this?

484
00:24:38,743 --> 00:24:40,044
Thank you, vernon.

485
00:24:42,147 --> 00:24:43,547
Do we know him?

486
00:24:43,582 --> 00:24:46,584
As your attorney,
I must counsel you not,

487
00:24:46,618 --> 00:24:50,154
whatever the provocation,
not to talk to anyone.

488
00:24:50,188 --> 00:24:53,190
They're indicting me
for murder.

489
00:24:56,795 --> 00:24:58,229
All right, sorry.

490
00:24:58,263 --> 00:25:01,298
"You... you lost that
loving feeling".

491
00:25:01,333 --> 00:25:02,366
What was it?

492
00:25:02,400 --> 00:25:04,401
Are you kidding me?

493
00:25:04,436 --> 00:25:05,636
What was it?

494
00:25:05,670 --> 00:25:09,940
It was... it was the
greatest song ever released.

495
00:25:09,975 --> 00:25:13,911
I sold over 2.5 million copies.

496
00:25:13,945 --> 00:25:16,080
You say the jews invented
the music business.

497
00:25:16,114 --> 00:25:18,849
The jews didn't invent
the music business.

498
00:25:18,884 --> 00:25:19,984
I invented the music business.

499
00:25:20,018 --> 00:25:24,054
7th avenue, new york,
there's a statue,

500
00:25:24,089 --> 00:25:25,723
a little old
jewish guy, yarmulke,

501
00:25:25,757 --> 00:25:27,558
bent over a sewing machine.

502
00:25:27,592 --> 00:25:29,860
He's that guy who invented
ready to wear.

503
00:25:29,895 --> 00:25:32,229
I invented the music business.

504
00:25:32,264 --> 00:25:33,664
Where's the statue of me?

505
00:25:33,698 --> 00:25:37,835
Where's the presidential medal?

506
00:25:43,375 --> 00:25:45,109
Sidney pottier broke
the color barrier?

507
00:25:45,143 --> 00:25:47,378
Are you kidding me?

508
00:25:47,412 --> 00:25:50,047
He was playing superman.

509
00:25:50,081 --> 00:25:51,982
You want to know who he was?

510
00:25:52,017 --> 00:25:56,420
He was an uptight frightened
white guy's version

511
00:25:56,454 --> 00:25:57,755
of a black man.

512
00:25:57,789 --> 00:25:59,390
I put the ronettes
in their home.

513
00:25:59,424 --> 00:26:03,827
I put black america
in the white home.

514
00:26:03,862 --> 00:26:06,764
The first time you got
felt up, the first time

515
00:26:06,798 --> 00:26:10,768
you got somebody's
hand on you... guess what.

516
00:26:10,802 --> 00:26:12,369
You were listening
to one of my songs.

517
00:26:12,404 --> 00:26:14,572
Did you kill that girl?

518
00:26:14,606 --> 00:26:17,641
I thought attorneys
never ask that question.

519
00:26:17,676 --> 00:26:19,710
I'm the christmas help.
I'm going home.

520
00:26:19,744 --> 00:26:21,445
Ah.

521
00:26:21,479 --> 00:26:23,948
"I think I just
killed somebody."

522
00:26:23,982 --> 00:26:29,053
My chauffeur at the time
barely spoke english.

523
00:26:29,087 --> 00:26:32,222
I came out, having
seen what I saw,

524
00:26:32,257 --> 00:26:36,827
and I said, "I think
I should call somebody."

525
00:26:36,861 --> 00:26:39,196
Is that true, philip?

526
00:26:39,230 --> 00:26:40,497
That's what my mother
used to call me.

527
00:26:40,532 --> 00:26:43,000
Did you shoot her?

528
00:26:43,034 --> 00:26:45,903
Lana clarkson?

529
00:26:45,937 --> 00:26:47,671
Listen. Listen.

530
00:26:47,706 --> 00:26:48,772
Come.

531
00:26:48,807 --> 00:26:52,242
Let me tell you about
lana clarkson.

532
00:26:52,277 --> 00:26:59,516
All her life, all she
wanted was this thing.

533
00:26:59,551 --> 00:27:05,556
It was a drug. She thought
it was called "fame,"

534
00:27:05,590 --> 00:27:11,595
and to put here in here, in
hollywood, with this drug all around,

535
00:27:11,630 --> 00:27:14,498
why don't you put a diabetic
in a chocolate shop?

536
00:27:14,532 --> 00:27:16,934
Why don't you hire
a recovering coke-head

537
00:27:16,968 --> 00:27:20,304
to work in a meth lab?

538
00:27:20,338 --> 00:27:23,340
Did hollywood kill marilyn?

539
00:27:23,375 --> 00:27:29,313
She killed herself with help
from an unfulfillable longing.

540
00:27:29,347 --> 00:27:34,952
Or maybe she just got drunk
and lost count of the pills.

541
00:27:34,986 --> 00:27:36,854
Did you ever do that?

542
00:27:36,888 --> 00:27:41,425
Lana clarkson, at her death,
had more prescription

543
00:27:41,459 --> 00:27:43,927
pharmaceuticals in her
than walgreen's.

544
00:27:43,962 --> 00:27:45,496
No, no.

545
00:27:45,530 --> 00:27:47,665
The toxicology screens
showed she had only...

546
00:27:47,699 --> 00:27:48,699
Bullshit. Bullshit!

547
00:27:48,733 --> 00:27:50,901
I looked in her eyes!

548
00:27:50,935 --> 00:27:53,203
She had the equivalent of two
vicodin and some antihistamine.

549
00:27:53,238 --> 00:27:54,905
Come on, the prosecution...

550
00:27:54,939 --> 00:27:58,342
Do you think I don't know
a hophead when I see one?

551
00:27:58,376 --> 00:27:59,410
.14.

552
00:27:59,444 --> 00:28:01,178
All right, that's it.

553
00:28:01,212 --> 00:28:02,980
She was gone.

554
00:28:03,014 --> 00:28:04,014
Please.

555
00:28:04,049 --> 00:28:05,049
Please.

556
00:28:05,083 --> 00:28:09,119
I can't go on about that stuff.

557
00:28:09,154 --> 00:28:10,688
I'm done.

558
00:28:12,357 --> 00:28:15,092
Gonna wear that cross tomorrow?

559
00:28:18,530 --> 00:28:21,165
It's a mayan artifact.

560
00:28:21,199 --> 00:28:23,400
I have a question, linda.

561
00:28:23,435 --> 00:28:27,638
If jesus was so big,
why did they kill him?

562
00:28:27,672 --> 00:28:28,906
Because he was the son of god.

563
00:28:28,940 --> 00:28:30,340
No!

564
00:28:30,375 --> 00:28:32,476
Because he was still
the son of god.

565
00:28:32,510 --> 00:28:34,678
"Still" is not news.

566
00:28:34,713 --> 00:28:38,348
Somebody is "still"
the greatest beauty, actor,

567
00:28:38,383 --> 00:28:41,452
record producer... you can't
put that in the paper.

568
00:28:41,486 --> 00:28:42,920
What is news, then?

569
00:28:42,954 --> 00:28:46,223
News is that he likes
little boys,

570
00:28:46,257 --> 00:28:50,561
that he's a thief, that
he cheats on his wife.

571
00:28:50,595 --> 00:28:54,565
Or in the absence of any
fault, that he's just

572
00:28:54,599 --> 00:28:56,834
too goddamn big
for his fucking britches,

573
00:28:56,868 --> 00:29:00,571
which is why
they killed christ.

574
00:29:00,605 --> 00:29:02,906
See this here?

575
00:29:02,941 --> 00:29:05,843
"You lost that loving
feeling", this was...

576
00:29:05,877 --> 00:29:08,445
This was the best
song ever released.

577
00:29:08,480 --> 00:29:10,080
They told me it was too long.

578
00:29:10,115 --> 00:29:13,117
Came in at 4 minutes
and 5 seconds.

579
00:29:13,151 --> 00:29:17,221
Nobody could release
a cut over 21/2 minutes.

580
00:29:17,255 --> 00:29:19,089
So, what did I do?

581
00:29:19,124 --> 00:29:21,425
I redid the labels.

582
00:29:21,459 --> 00:29:26,263
"Running time 2 minutes,
48 seconds."

583
00:29:26,297 --> 00:29:30,400
I didn't change the length.
I changed the label.

584
00:29:30,435 --> 00:29:34,104
They played it.
It made everybody rich.

585
00:29:34,139 --> 00:29:37,775
It's not, linda, that you
have to go against the tide.

586
00:29:37,809 --> 00:29:42,045
Some people... some people,
that's all they can do.

587
00:29:42,080 --> 00:29:43,347
You understand?

588
00:29:43,381 --> 00:29:48,852
Our friend lawrence...
5'4", s&m freak.

589
00:29:48,887 --> 00:29:52,990
Greatest general
that ever lived.

590
00:29:53,024 --> 00:29:55,826
End of his life, he retired,

591
00:29:55,860 --> 00:30:01,064
took on a false name,
enlisted as a private.

592
00:30:01,099 --> 00:30:02,366
What did he want?

593
00:30:02,400 --> 00:30:04,234
Money, fame?

594
00:30:04,269 --> 00:30:06,603
They made him sick.

595
00:30:06,638 --> 00:30:09,973
What he wanted was what
he had in the desert.

596
00:30:10,008 --> 00:30:13,944
What he wanted was
privacy, you understand?

597
00:30:13,978 --> 00:30:15,245
They say I'm standoffish.

598
00:30:15,280 --> 00:30:17,614
I'm not standoffish.

599
00:30:17,649 --> 00:30:20,050
I'm inaccessible.

600
00:30:20,084 --> 00:30:21,718
Always have been.

601
00:30:21,753 --> 00:30:24,588
Is it... is it that
I don't like people?

602
00:30:24,622 --> 00:30:26,590
I don't know.

603
00:30:26,624 --> 00:30:31,161
I never spend
any time with them.

604
00:30:31,196 --> 00:30:34,698
Ah. Ok.

605
00:30:34,732 --> 00:30:36,600
Ah, special for you.

606
00:30:36,634 --> 00:30:37,835
Thank you.

607
00:30:37,869 --> 00:30:38,836
Here.

608
00:30:38,870 --> 00:30:41,038
I can't even do this for you.

609
00:30:41,072 --> 00:30:43,674
My hands are shaking.

610
00:30:43,708 --> 00:30:46,977
I'm taking these drugs,
neuroleptic drugs.

611
00:30:47,011 --> 00:30:53,183
And a side effect is,
it mimics ms.

612
00:30:53,218 --> 00:30:55,819
So I can't play anymore.

613
00:30:59,757 --> 00:31:04,461
I don't see how they thought
I could have held a gun.

614
00:31:59,684 --> 00:32:01,018
Number 42
on the "rolling stones" list

615
00:32:01,052 --> 00:32:03,153
of the 500 greatest
songs of all time,

616
00:32:03,187 --> 00:32:06,189
"be my baby," 1963,
by phil spector.

617
00:32:06,224 --> 00:32:08,659
Spector is arraigned today in
los angeles superior court

618
00:32:08,693 --> 00:32:10,894
for the murder of the actress...
Cut it off, will you?

619
00:32:10,929 --> 00:32:12,529
Bruce is in the car with phil?

620
00:32:12,563 --> 00:32:15,465
That's right.

621
00:32:15,500 --> 00:32:17,134
It says he said,
"we should call somebody."

622
00:32:17,168 --> 00:32:18,468
Yeah, well, that's what
he told me he said.

623
00:32:18,503 --> 00:32:20,037
How do you get that
into the record?

624
00:32:20,071 --> 00:32:22,039
You break the chauffeur or
you put him on the stand.

625
00:32:22,073 --> 00:32:23,674
Spector? Mm-hmm.

626
00:32:23,708 --> 00:32:24,675
How can you do that?

627
00:32:24,709 --> 00:32:25,749
You can't.

628
00:32:29,414 --> 00:32:30,714
I thought you were going home.

629
00:32:30,748 --> 00:32:32,249
It's the only hard
evidence they have.

630
00:32:32,283 --> 00:32:34,551
Everything else can
be argued both sides.

631
00:32:34,619 --> 00:32:35,986
He's a freak.

632
00:32:36,020 --> 00:32:37,754
They're gonna convict him of,
"I just don't like you."

633
00:32:37,789 --> 00:32:42,059
Well, you break the
chauffeur on the stand.

634
00:32:42,093 --> 00:32:43,527
What?

635
00:32:43,561 --> 00:32:45,362
As a cop, I'd say da's got
the chauffeur jammed up.

636
00:32:45,396 --> 00:32:46,630
On illegal immigration?

637
00:32:46,664 --> 00:32:48,699
No, you're not using
enough gun.

638
00:32:48,733 --> 00:32:50,567
My money, they told
this guy, look.

639
00:32:50,601 --> 00:32:53,103
Here's a video of you
helping a woman.

640
00:32:53,137 --> 00:32:54,504
Oh, look.
She don't walk too well.

641
00:32:54,539 --> 00:32:56,073
Has she been drugged?

642
00:32:56,107 --> 00:32:58,809
Oh, and here you are helping
her to go into the house

643
00:32:58,843 --> 00:33:01,578
of this man who was paying
you, from which house

644
00:33:01,612 --> 00:33:02,713
she emerged dead.

645
00:33:02,747 --> 00:33:03,714
Guess what.

646
00:33:03,748 --> 00:33:05,349
You're an accessory to murder.

647
00:33:05,383 --> 00:33:08,085
They've got your guy jammed up
tighter than kelsey's nuts.

648
00:33:08,119 --> 00:33:11,119
Well, then he's gonna
need a good lawyer.

649
00:34:00,571 --> 00:34:02,472
Back, back. Step aside.

650
00:34:02,507 --> 00:34:03,673
Stay back.

651
00:34:03,708 --> 00:34:05,108
Phil.

652
00:34:05,143 --> 00:34:07,077
Giovanetta ricci of teleitalia.

653
00:34:07,111 --> 00:34:12,749
Phil, I'd like to be inside
your mind for just 5 minutes.

654
00:34:12,784 --> 00:34:14,384
You wouldn't like it.

655
00:34:14,419 --> 00:34:17,187
Phil!

656
00:34:21,893 --> 00:34:23,293
mr. jackson.

657
00:34:23,327 --> 00:34:25,328
Thank you, your honor.

658
00:34:25,363 --> 00:34:27,030
Good morning, everybody.

659
00:34:27,065 --> 00:34:29,099
We spent a lot of time
over the last few days

660
00:34:29,133 --> 00:34:31,134
talking about what you've
read about the case,

661
00:34:31,169 --> 00:34:32,569
what you've heard
about the case,

662
00:34:32,603 --> 00:34:35,639
what you know, what you think
you know about the case.

663
00:34:35,673 --> 00:34:38,341
This is my opportunity to talk
with you for a few minutes

664
00:34:38,376 --> 00:34:41,845
about what we expect the evidence
to show, the actual facts

665
00:34:41,879 --> 00:34:44,848
in the case, to show.

666
00:34:44,882 --> 00:34:47,517
And that evidence,
ladies and gentlemen,

667
00:34:47,552 --> 00:34:51,621
is going to paint
a very, very clear picture.

668
00:34:51,656 --> 00:34:55,192
The picture of a man,
philip spector,

669
00:34:55,226 --> 00:34:58,028
who, when he's confronted
with the right circumstances,

670
00:34:58,062 --> 00:35:00,797
when he's confronted
with the right situation,

671
00:35:00,832 --> 00:35:02,165
turns sinister and deadly.

672
00:35:02,200 --> 00:35:03,733
You all right? Yeah.

673
00:35:03,768 --> 00:35:05,688
The evidence is going
to paint a picture of a man

674
00:35:05,703 --> 00:35:11,074
who on february 3, 2003, put a loaded
pistol in lana clarkson's mouth

675
00:35:11,109 --> 00:35:15,512
inside her mouth,
and shot her to death.

676
00:35:15,546 --> 00:35:18,448
This is what
the evidence will show.

677
00:35:18,483 --> 00:35:22,385
But to understand more
fully, more globally, why

678
00:35:22,420 --> 00:35:26,356
philip spector would have done
what he did, how lana clarkson

679
00:35:26,390 --> 00:35:28,825
fell victim to this man, you're
going to be introduced to evidence

680
00:35:28,860 --> 00:35:33,897
of the defendant's very
rich history of violence,

681
00:35:33,931 --> 00:35:37,134
a history of violence
against women,

682
00:35:37,168 --> 00:35:40,170
a history of violence
involving guns.

683
00:35:40,204 --> 00:35:42,939
Ladies and gentlemen, in other
words, through the presentation

684
00:35:42,974 --> 00:35:44,741
of the evidence in this case,
you're going to be introduced

685
00:35:44,775 --> 00:35:48,078
to the real philip spector.

686
00:35:48,112 --> 00:35:52,649
On february 3, 2003,
at about 5:00 in the morning,

687
00:35:52,683 --> 00:35:57,387
a single gunshot cracked the
silence of the normally very quiet

688
00:35:57,421 --> 00:35:59,923
community of
alhambra, california.

689
00:36:32,256 --> 00:36:33,890
Hey, phil!

690
00:36:33,925 --> 00:36:35,525
Hey, phil!

691
00:36:35,560 --> 00:36:37,060
Back to mono!

692
00:36:37,094 --> 00:36:38,862
Back to mono, phil!

693
00:36:38,896 --> 00:36:40,830
Back to mono!

694
00:36:40,865 --> 00:36:42,732
Back to mono, phil!

695
00:36:42,767 --> 00:36:44,501
Back to mono.

696
00:36:44,535 --> 00:36:45,769
Thank you for saying that.

697
00:36:45,803 --> 00:36:48,171
You're welcome,
and that's blood!

698
00:36:48,206 --> 00:36:51,308
That's lana clarkson's blood!

699
00:36:51,342 --> 00:36:56,179
That's lana clarkson's
blood, you fucking murderer!

700
00:36:56,214 --> 00:36:57,254
You freak!

701
00:36:58,249 --> 00:37:01,618
Fucking murderer!

702
00:37:01,652 --> 00:37:03,086
That's her blood!

703
00:37:03,120 --> 00:37:05,422
And so therefore, what?

704
00:37:05,456 --> 00:37:08,692
It comes down to whether she
shot herself or he shot her.

705
00:37:08,726 --> 00:37:10,927
But... Wasn't nobody
else in the room.

706
00:37:10,962 --> 00:37:12,682
What if it were impossible
that he shot her?

707
00:37:12,697 --> 00:37:14,664
The we're back to, why
did she kill herself?

708
00:37:14,699 --> 00:37:16,766
And he had pulled guns
on women in the past.

709
00:37:16,801 --> 00:37:19,102
He ain't putting that
toothpaste back in the tube.

710
00:37:19,136 --> 00:37:20,570
That information is in the air.

711
00:37:20,605 --> 00:37:21,771
It's not going back.

712
00:37:21,806 --> 00:37:23,773
And you've got the...
We've seen all the...

713
00:37:23,808 --> 00:37:26,243
We've seen... you got, um... can
you play that video?

714
00:37:26,277 --> 00:37:27,744
Of course.

715
00:37:31,349 --> 00:37:34,951
He locked the door and he
held me there at gunpoint.

716
00:37:34,986 --> 00:37:39,522
He said, "if you leave,
I'll blow your head off."

717
00:37:39,557 --> 00:37:43,526
I was standing there in
the lobby, in the door.

718
00:37:43,561 --> 00:37:47,764
I turned around, and there
was a gun pointing at me.

719
00:37:47,798 --> 00:37:48,898
I said, "stop that."

720
00:37:48,933 --> 00:37:49,933
This is going nowhere.

721
00:37:49,967 --> 00:37:51,735
Why is it going nowhere?

722
00:37:51,769 --> 00:37:54,504
Because the only way to walk
our guy out of the court...

723
00:37:54,538 --> 00:37:59,009
Because the only question
those folks want to know is,

724
00:37:59,043 --> 00:38:00,343
if she pulled the trigger,
you had better tell me

725
00:38:00,378 --> 00:38:05,949
why she did beyond all doubt,
because I do not like your guy.

726
00:38:05,983 --> 00:38:07,851
Those people in there, all their
lives have got the short end

727
00:38:07,885 --> 00:38:09,085
from the more powerful.

728
00:38:09,120 --> 00:38:11,855
There's nothing
redeeming in our guy.

729
00:38:11,889 --> 00:38:14,024
Given the choice, they're
gonna go for payback time.

730
00:38:14,058 --> 00:38:15,258
On what evidence?

731
00:38:15,293 --> 00:38:16,993
You don't have to convince me.

732
00:38:17,028 --> 00:38:20,463
You have to convince them.

733
00:38:20,498 --> 00:38:22,399
I thought you were
going back to new york.

734
00:38:22,433 --> 00:38:24,868
I'm staying on
for the hotel food.

735
00:38:24,902 --> 00:38:26,703
Get on board
because our case is

736
00:38:26,737 --> 00:38:29,873
she's a suicidal pillhead,
and we have letters

737
00:38:29,907 --> 00:38:33,209
and we have e-mails, and we...

738
00:38:33,244 --> 00:38:37,580
I turned around, and there
was a gun pointing at me.

739
00:38:37,615 --> 00:38:40,350
I said, "stop that."

740
00:38:40,384 --> 00:38:43,853
I said, "put it down."

741
00:38:43,888 --> 00:38:46,656
"Stop. Just..."

742
00:38:46,691 --> 00:38:47,991
Stop.

743
00:38:48,025 --> 00:38:52,128
He was screaming,
"you're not going.

744
00:38:52,163 --> 00:38:54,497
"I'm not unlocking the door.

745
00:38:54,532 --> 00:38:56,132
"I'll blow you away.

746
00:38:56,167 --> 00:38:57,801
I'll shoot you."

747
00:39:05,142 --> 00:39:10,413
Now... now how many of you
think he's guilty?

748
00:39:19,690 --> 00:39:23,626
What if, with all the facts
that seem to be against him...

749
00:39:23,661 --> 00:39:24,594
The girl fucking shot herself.

750
00:39:24,628 --> 00:39:27,697
What if we have testimony

751
00:39:27,732 --> 00:39:31,534
that he'd said in public... that
phil spector had said in public

752
00:39:31,569 --> 00:39:34,437
to lana clarkson... You're
on record as saying

753
00:39:34,472 --> 00:39:37,140
you're never happy
unless you're unhappy.

754
00:39:37,174 --> 00:39:38,274
Yeah.

755
00:39:38,309 --> 00:39:39,442
So does that make me
so unusual?

756
00:39:39,477 --> 00:39:40,577
mr. spector?

757
00:39:40,611 --> 00:39:43,480
How many millions of people..

758
00:39:43,514 --> 00:39:45,849
That's good, and
how many millions...

759
00:39:45,883 --> 00:39:52,689
Freud was, god bless him,
essentially a confidence man.

760
00:39:52,723 --> 00:39:55,725
He didn't invent a cure.
He invented a disease.

761
00:39:55,760 --> 00:39:56,793
- Phil!
- Yeah?

762
00:39:56,827 --> 00:39:59,429
Where do you want it from?

763
00:39:59,463 --> 00:40:02,232
Take it from measure 14.

764
00:40:02,266 --> 00:40:04,868
Freud said there was no
cure but that perhaps

765
00:40:04,902 --> 00:40:07,370
he could transform
unbearable unhappiness

766
00:40:07,405 --> 00:40:10,039
into simple human misery.

767
00:40:10,074 --> 00:40:11,775
Jack daniels can do that.

768
00:40:11,809 --> 00:40:13,510
Phil, where
do you want it from?

769
00:40:13,544 --> 00:40:14,511
Oh, man.

770
00:40:14,545 --> 00:40:15,812
A job can do that.

771
00:40:15,846 --> 00:40:17,247
Please, guys!

772
00:40:17,281 --> 00:40:18,615
What are you guys doing, man?

773
00:40:18,649 --> 00:40:21,117
Hey, malingerers,
what do you want?

774
00:40:21,152 --> 00:40:23,820
You want one of them lounge
chairs, floats in your pool?

775
00:40:23,854 --> 00:40:25,088
When did this come in?

776
00:40:25,122 --> 00:40:27,123
A little... We just got that.

777
00:40:27,158 --> 00:40:28,458
Are you cold?

778
00:40:28,492 --> 00:40:30,193
Listen, you want to
rest, go ahead.

779
00:40:30,227 --> 00:40:34,197
Rest until you feel like
picking it up at measure 14.

780
00:40:34,231 --> 00:40:35,198
I don't care.

781
00:40:35,232 --> 00:40:36,166
Let me know.

782
00:40:36,200 --> 00:40:38,201
You know, freud... Freud?

783
00:40:38,235 --> 00:40:39,769
What's freud gonna do?

784
00:40:39,804 --> 00:40:42,138
What is he gonna do...
Change the past?

785
00:40:42,173 --> 00:40:43,907
Tell the fucking client
to indulge his feelings?

786
00:40:43,941 --> 00:40:47,243
I... you know what I say? No.

787
00:40:47,278 --> 00:40:49,646
If he's got the courage,
let the guy go out

788
00:40:49,680 --> 00:40:51,114
and make something of his life.

789
00:40:51,148 --> 00:40:52,182
It can be done, you know?

790
00:40:52,216 --> 00:40:53,349
Phil, where
do you want it from?

791
00:40:53,384 --> 00:40:55,585
Yeah? Yeah. Oh, barry,
what do you want?

792
00:40:55,586 --> 00:40:57,287
You want it from measure 14?

793
00:40:57,321 --> 00:40:59,222
No, you know what I want?

794
00:40:59,256 --> 00:41:02,225
I want you motherfuckers...
I'm coming.

795
00:41:02,259 --> 00:41:03,893
Hold on a minute, all right?

796
00:41:03,928 --> 00:41:07,697
Here you go. Hey.

797
00:41:07,731 --> 00:41:08,698
We'll be with you
in a minute. Don't worry.

798
00:41:08,732 --> 00:41:13,403
Don't be stupid...
Ok, motherfuckers.

799
00:41:13,437 --> 00:41:16,506
I told you you should
finish college, huh?

800
00:41:16,540 --> 00:41:19,175
Join the marines, anything
rather than throw yourself

801
00:41:19,210 --> 00:41:22,979
on my... Phil, ok...
Boundless mercy.

802
00:41:23,013 --> 00:41:24,848
Right?

803
00:41:24,882 --> 00:41:28,451
Take you in from the
cold... and you know I did.

804
00:41:28,486 --> 00:41:32,755
You should consider it a
mercy I killed a lot of you,

805
00:41:32,790 --> 00:41:34,691
save you the shame,
walter, of ruining

806
00:41:34,725 --> 00:41:37,460
this simple fucking song.

807
00:41:38,562 --> 00:41:42,999
Oh! What... Oh, my goodness.

808
00:41:43,033 --> 00:41:44,834
Send out for chinese.

809
00:41:44,869 --> 00:41:46,903
We're gonna be here a while.

810
00:41:46,937 --> 00:41:51,407
Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah. See that?

811
00:41:51,442 --> 00:41:53,343
Lesson learned.

812
00:41:53,377 --> 00:41:56,012
Ok, pretty.
We're ready for you. Mwah.

813
00:41:56,046 --> 00:41:57,614
Oh, you moved.

814
00:41:57,648 --> 00:41:58,615
Where were you?

815
00:41:58,649 --> 00:41:59,649
Ha.

816
00:41:59,683 --> 00:42:00,617
Let me see. Oh, yeah.

817
00:42:00,651 --> 00:42:01,618
Here you go.

818
00:42:01,652 --> 00:42:03,319
Thank you.

819
00:42:03,354 --> 00:42:05,622
Let him go out and
do something with his life.

820
00:42:05,656 --> 00:42:07,323
Phil, what do you want?

821
00:42:07,358 --> 00:42:13,029
Uh, play till the lemon
chicken comes.

822
00:42:14,064 --> 00:42:15,865
You're sick?

823
00:42:15,900 --> 00:42:16,900
End of a case,
if you're not sick,

824
00:42:16,934 --> 00:42:18,034
you're not working hard enough.

825
00:42:18,068 --> 00:42:19,802
It's not the end of the case.

826
00:42:19,837 --> 00:42:20,970
You're killing yourself.

827
00:42:21,005 --> 00:42:22,772
Oh, what? I wish I could
say the same for you.

828
00:42:22,806 --> 00:42:23,940
I was in new york.

829
00:42:23,974 --> 00:42:25,642
My caseload is not lim...

830
00:42:25,676 --> 00:42:27,911
I have clients I left
in new york, all right?

831
00:42:27,945 --> 00:42:29,279
Hmm.

832
00:42:29,313 --> 00:42:30,513
What is it you love this guy,

833
00:42:30,548 --> 00:42:32,248
all of a sudden you're
working yourself to death?

834
00:42:32,283 --> 00:42:33,349
He's our client!

835
00:42:33,384 --> 00:42:34,851
Oh, that's right. You told me.

836
00:42:34,885 --> 00:42:36,185
He covered you with a blanket.

837
00:42:36,220 --> 00:42:37,253
- Here you go.
- You're a cheap date.

838
00:42:37,288 --> 00:42:38,755
Oh, fuck you, bruce.

839
00:42:38,789 --> 00:42:40,490
You've got a case that
should have been thrown out.

840
00:42:40,524 --> 00:42:43,359
The cops and the da are
trying him on the o.J. Case.

841
00:42:43,394 --> 00:42:44,827
The prosecution has nothing.

842
00:42:44,862 --> 00:42:46,863
Except everyone's
conviction that he's guilty.

843
00:42:46,897 --> 00:42:48,331
We've got ballistic evidence.

844
00:42:48,365 --> 00:42:51,167
They trot up their
experts; We trot up ours.

845
00:42:51,201 --> 00:42:53,503
At the end of the day
the jury finds him guilty,

846
00:42:53,537 --> 00:42:57,040
and we have wasted their time...
Unless we indict the girl.

847
00:42:57,074 --> 00:42:58,675
Is he guilty?

848
00:42:58,709 --> 00:43:01,511
Not beyond a reasonable doubt, but
why don't you just show the yokels

849
00:43:01,545 --> 00:43:04,581
your two-toned shirts, your
cufflinks, fix your tie,

850
00:43:04,615 --> 00:43:07,050
and say the law protects
all equally?

851
00:43:07,084 --> 00:43:08,251
Is that untrue?

852
00:43:08,285 --> 00:43:09,719
It's true if you win.

853
00:43:09,753 --> 00:43:11,621
Not true for freaks.

854
00:43:11,655 --> 00:43:13,156
But for him, off he goes.

855
00:43:13,190 --> 00:43:15,058
Is that what this
is about... freaks?

856
00:43:15,092 --> 00:43:16,025
Very good, bruce.

857
00:43:16,060 --> 00:43:17,141
That's right. That's right.

858
00:43:17,161 --> 00:43:19,929
It's all about me.
It's about me.

859
00:43:19,964 --> 00:43:21,898
You know, the poor geek,
the bookworm...

860
00:43:21,932 --> 00:43:23,266
She gets judged
in the schoolyard,

861
00:43:23,300 --> 00:43:26,135
doesn't get a fair trial,
except our guy does,

862
00:43:26,170 --> 00:43:29,472
and the facts do not
support a conviction.

863
00:43:29,506 --> 00:43:31,140
I don't give a shit who he is.

864
00:43:31,175 --> 00:43:33,876
I don't give a shit
what he's done before.

865
00:43:36,347 --> 00:43:38,414
Ok.

866
00:43:38,449 --> 00:43:42,418
Marvin gaye... his father
shot him, right?

867
00:43:42,453 --> 00:43:47,523
Sam cooke... in bed with some
girl, husband comes home,

868
00:43:47,558 --> 00:43:48,625
bam, bam, bam!

869
00:43:48,659 --> 00:43:50,827
End of story.

870
00:43:50,861 --> 00:43:52,462
Who gives a shit?

871
00:43:52,496 --> 00:43:56,499
Lana clarkson shot herself.
I was there.

872
00:43:56,533 --> 00:43:59,936
Now they're treating me worse than
they treated mark david chapman.

873
00:43:59,970 --> 00:44:02,872
His name plate reads
"what a shame,"

874
00:44:02,906 --> 00:44:04,440
and he shot john lennon.

875
00:44:04,475 --> 00:44:06,309
And I, who happened
to be in the same room

876
00:44:06,343 --> 00:44:12,081
when this girl shot herself,

877
00:44:12,116 --> 00:44:15,351
I am a monster the likes
of which never saw

878
00:44:15,386 --> 00:44:17,687
the light of day.

879
00:44:17,721 --> 00:44:21,424
You... you want to explain
that to me?

880
00:44:21,458 --> 00:44:24,427
So, what is it, then?

881
00:44:24,461 --> 00:44:26,462
What are we talking about here?

882
00:44:26,497 --> 00:44:28,097
Hatred.

883
00:44:28,132 --> 00:44:30,033
What do they hate about me?

884
00:44:30,067 --> 00:44:34,137
I'm alive.

885
00:44:34,171 --> 00:44:36,606
You know the saying
"the good die young," right?

886
00:44:36,640 --> 00:44:38,941
Why?

887
00:44:38,976 --> 00:44:43,046
Because the file is closed.

888
00:44:43,080 --> 00:44:49,852
I understand. Have you said that...
This is the story.

889
00:44:49,887 --> 00:44:51,654
The girl exceeded
her shelf life.

890
00:44:51,689 --> 00:44:54,624
She's in l.a. she's down on her luck.
She is broke.

891
00:44:54,658 --> 00:44:55,625
Spector didn't help her?

892
00:44:55,659 --> 00:44:56,899
That's not his job.

893
00:44:56,927 --> 00:44:57,894
You're thinking of christ.
He's not christ.

894
00:44:57,928 --> 00:45:00,396
He's a guy. He
wanted affirmation.

895
00:45:00,431 --> 00:45:01,397
He wanted sex.

896
00:45:01,432 --> 00:45:03,332
68-year-old guy.
It's the same thing.

897
00:45:03,367 --> 00:45:04,367
What is he... pussy-crazed?

898
00:45:04,401 --> 00:45:06,602
Ok, she's working in some bar.

899
00:45:06,637 --> 00:45:08,738
A guy comes in.
She brushes him off.

900
00:45:08,772 --> 00:45:10,373
The boss says, "do you
know who that is?"

901
00:45:10,374 --> 00:45:12,208
So, what we have
is a car crash.

902
00:45:12,242 --> 00:45:13,209
She's lonely.

903
00:45:13,243 --> 00:45:14,610
What is she supposed to do?

904
00:45:14,645 --> 00:45:16,079
Hire the goodyear blimp?

905
00:45:16,113 --> 00:45:17,413
"Please help me. I'm lonely"?

906
00:45:17,448 --> 00:45:18,915
Wait, wait, wait, wait.

907
00:45:18,949 --> 00:45:20,717
What, are you arguing my case?

908
00:45:20,751 --> 00:45:22,351
Why would I kill that girl?

909
00:45:22,386 --> 00:45:23,519
You were drunk.

910
00:45:23,554 --> 00:45:25,388
I was drunk.

911
00:45:25,422 --> 00:45:27,990
I was drunk half my life.

912
00:45:28,025 --> 00:45:28,958
These women.

913
00:45:28,992 --> 00:45:30,293
Who are these women?

914
00:45:30,327 --> 00:45:34,497
These women come out and say
I pulled a gun on them.

915
00:45:34,531 --> 00:45:37,834
Where were they at the time
of the supposed offense?

916
00:45:37,868 --> 00:45:40,970
No. They came out
of the woodwork years later.

917
00:45:41,004 --> 00:45:42,004
They came out at the time.

918
00:45:42,039 --> 00:45:43,339
No. Bullshit.

919
00:45:43,373 --> 00:45:46,876
They... no. They didn't even
press their case. Come on!

920
00:45:46,910 --> 00:45:49,412
They came out when it was in
their interest to come out...

921
00:45:49,446 --> 00:45:52,648
They came out when there was
something in it for them.

922
00:45:52,683 --> 00:45:54,183
What was in it? Publicity.

923
00:45:54,218 --> 00:45:55,284
What did lana clarkson want?

924
00:45:55,319 --> 00:45:56,452
Publicity.

925
00:45:56,487 --> 00:45:57,620
What do they all want?

926
00:45:57,654 --> 00:46:00,556
People... people think
it's contagious...

927
00:46:00,591 --> 00:46:05,661
You can get it by hanging
around someone who's got it.

928
00:46:05,696 --> 00:46:09,932
I don't know this, and that idiot
whom I would have helped...

929
00:46:09,967 --> 00:46:11,300
Why not?

930
00:46:11,335 --> 00:46:15,471
Came in here and ruined my life
by sticking a gun

931
00:46:15,506 --> 00:46:18,007
in her mouth.

932
00:46:18,041 --> 00:46:20,276
For... for what?

933
00:46:20,310 --> 00:46:22,779
For what?

934
00:46:22,813 --> 00:46:24,080
For what is this retribution?

935
00:46:24,114 --> 00:46:27,083
For what am I being punished?

936
00:46:27,117 --> 00:46:30,553
For being the most
successful music producer

937
00:46:30,587 --> 00:46:32,522
in the history of the world.

938
00:46:32,556 --> 00:46:34,423
And if you think
that's bullshit,

939
00:46:34,458 --> 00:46:37,660
then you're not
as smart as I know you are.

940
00:46:40,631 --> 00:46:46,469
I am... I am so sorry
that that girl,

941
00:46:46,503 --> 00:46:50,406
that her life
was full of suffering.

942
00:46:50,440 --> 00:46:54,544
I'm sorry she died.

943
00:46:54,578 --> 00:46:56,445
I didn't do it.

944
00:46:59,283 --> 00:47:02,451
The state says
the gun was in her mouth.

945
00:47:02,486 --> 00:47:04,754
If he were 10 feet away,
could he have done it?

946
00:47:04,788 --> 00:47:07,690
The prosecution says you didn't
go to her, you didn't touch her.

947
00:47:07,724 --> 00:47:09,725
Bruce.

948
00:47:14,498 --> 00:47:17,200
He throws up his hands
to avoid the paint.

949
00:47:17,234 --> 00:47:22,271
His coat has one spot of
paint on it, 10 feet away.

950
00:47:26,777 --> 00:47:30,012
This is an exact copy if
the coat mr. spector wore

951
00:47:30,047 --> 00:47:32,882
on the night of the
shooting, with a replica

952
00:47:32,916 --> 00:47:37,086
of the blood spatter...
4 spots and 2 pinpricks...

953
00:47:37,120 --> 00:47:38,521
Of blood on the coat.

954
00:47:38,555 --> 00:47:41,424
You're free to examine it
if you wish.

955
00:47:49,366 --> 00:47:52,335
Here is what happens
to somebody standing

956
00:47:52,369 --> 00:47:56,439
within arm's length
of such an explosion.

957
00:47:56,473 --> 00:47:58,975
When the shot comes
from inside the mouth,

958
00:47:59,009 --> 00:48:01,043
the brain explodes.

959
00:48:01,078 --> 00:48:05,481
When the skull is intact,
as here, the brain matter

960
00:48:05,515 --> 00:48:12,088
the blood, is ejected through
the nose and the mouth.

961
00:48:12,122 --> 00:48:16,325
It seems to me mr. spector had
to have been standing a minimum

962
00:48:16,360 --> 00:48:20,129
of 10 feet from the event for
him to have avoided being

963
00:48:20,163 --> 00:48:25,234
painted... painted with brain
matter and blood.

964
00:48:25,269 --> 00:48:26,602
What do you think?

965
00:48:27,704 --> 00:48:33,142
Ronnie spector interview.

966
00:48:33,176 --> 00:48:36,812
I believe... I believe
that phil at one time

967
00:48:36,847 --> 00:48:42,285
was very much like you or me,
and at the start... at the start

968
00:48:42,319 --> 00:48:47,056
of his career he was
talented and devoted

969
00:48:47,090 --> 00:48:49,926
a very serious musician.

970
00:48:49,960 --> 00:48:55,131
But as the press began to write
about him as a great, an icon,

971
00:48:55,165 --> 00:49:01,904
or a genius, he began, yes,
to be affected by it

972
00:49:01,939 --> 00:49:06,575
and it affected him horribly,
like a drug,

973
00:49:06,610 --> 00:49:09,011
for it confused him.

974
00:49:09,046 --> 00:49:13,282
He was tormented... not by
the adulation, no, but by

975
00:49:13,317 --> 00:49:18,354
the question... is it true,
or is it deserved,

976
00:49:18,388 --> 00:49:23,092
and what would the answer
for that be?

977
00:49:23,126 --> 00:49:25,995
There is no answer.

978
00:49:26,029 --> 00:49:27,163
Thank you.

979
00:49:27,197 --> 00:49:29,098
Thank you very much,
mrs. spector.

980
00:49:29,132 --> 00:49:31,968
Uh, this interview was recorded
at everclear studios...

981
00:49:32,002 --> 00:49:35,237
Irene, can you get me the 911
tape... you know, the chauffer?

982
00:49:35,272 --> 00:49:36,639
Mm-hmm.

983
00:49:36,673 --> 00:49:39,742
Put it in the room for
me, let me listen to it?

984
00:49:41,645 --> 00:49:42,945
Thanks.

985
00:49:42,980 --> 00:49:43,946
What are you reporting?

986
00:49:43,981 --> 00:49:45,381
Mm-hmm.

987
00:49:45,415 --> 00:49:48,351
My name is adriano,
and I'm phil spector's driver.

988
00:49:48,385 --> 00:49:51,053
I think my boss
just killed somebody.

989
00:49:51,088 --> 00:49:52,655
You think your
boss killed somebody?

990
00:49:52,689 --> 00:49:53,723
Yes.

991
00:49:53,757 --> 00:49:54,657
Why do you think
he killed somebody?

992
00:49:54,691 --> 00:49:59,161
Because he... What's the speech
pathologist, the brazilian,

993
00:49:59,196 --> 00:50:00,162
you know, the interpreter?

994
00:50:00,197 --> 00:50:03,165
Uh... Have you got his number?
Yeah.

995
00:50:03,200 --> 00:50:05,501
Here, let me show you.

996
00:50:05,535 --> 00:50:07,570
It's this guy, this guy here.

997
00:50:07,604 --> 00:50:09,505
Would you get me
a meeting with him?

998
00:50:09,539 --> 00:50:11,907
Sure.

999
00:50:11,942 --> 00:50:13,175
Oh, yeah, sure.
Just give me a second.

1000
00:50:13,210 --> 00:50:14,143
Of course.

1001
00:50:14,177 --> 00:50:16,545
Just got it... 5 pm.

1002
00:50:16,580 --> 00:50:17,580
It was nice meeting you.

1003
00:50:17,614 --> 00:50:23,252
You, too. Yes.

1004
00:50:29,793 --> 00:50:31,060
What did they have you
doing in there?

1005
00:50:31,094 --> 00:50:32,061
You're with the defense team?

1006
00:50:32,095 --> 00:50:33,329
I work in the office.

1007
00:50:33,363 --> 00:50:34,830
We were just watching
these cartoons

1008
00:50:34,865 --> 00:50:36,665
about what the blood
would do and so on.

1009
00:50:36,700 --> 00:50:37,700
You mean like movies?

1010
00:50:37,734 --> 00:50:38,734
Yeah.

1011
00:50:38,735 --> 00:50:39,702
And what do you think?

1012
00:50:39,736 --> 00:50:40,703
You could show me "dumbo."

1013
00:50:40,737 --> 00:50:41,904
Hey, what does that prove?

1014
00:50:41,938 --> 00:50:44,507
Anyone can make cartoons.

1015
00:50:45,442 --> 00:50:48,411
Thursday, may 7, 2009.

1016
00:50:48,445 --> 00:50:53,215
Retired lapd officer
joseph smith.

1017
00:50:57,154 --> 00:50:59,021
Colt detective special.

1018
00:50:59,056 --> 00:51:02,091
In attendance, retired federal
officer michael brown

1019
00:51:02,125 --> 00:51:04,627
with ms. linda kenney baden.

1020
00:51:04,661 --> 00:51:05,795
One round.

1021
00:51:05,829 --> 00:51:07,096
38 plus "p."

1022
00:51:07,130 --> 00:51:11,033
Hollow point, 110 grain.

1023
00:51:11,068 --> 00:51:12,101
Ok.

1024
00:51:12,135 --> 00:51:14,170
Clear the range.

1025
00:51:58,148 --> 00:52:01,984
Then they say, dr. spitz,
your various credentials...

1026
00:52:02,018 --> 00:52:03,452
We should add my publication.

1027
00:52:03,487 --> 00:52:04,920
Oh, yeah. We will add
your publication.

1028
00:52:04,955 --> 00:52:07,957
35 years in forensics.

1029
00:52:07,991 --> 00:52:09,258
Exactly.

1030
00:52:09,292 --> 00:52:11,260
Now, in your career
you have investigated...

1031
00:52:11,294 --> 00:52:14,597
Over 10,000 instances
of gunshot wounds.

1032
00:52:14,631 --> 00:52:16,031
Fatal.

1033
00:52:16,066 --> 00:52:17,600
Yes, gunshot wounds
to the head.

1034
00:52:17,634 --> 00:52:21,237
Good. And then they
show you the diagram,

1035
00:52:21,271 --> 00:52:22,705
and they say, have you ever...

1036
00:52:22,739 --> 00:52:25,941
In 35 years, that wound,
the angle of that wound

1037
00:52:25,976 --> 00:52:27,510
is absolutely
inconsistent with any

1038
00:52:27,544 --> 00:52:29,178
but a self-inflicted wound.

1039
00:52:29,212 --> 00:52:30,246
I'd put it simpler.

1040
00:52:30,280 --> 00:52:31,714
I don't understand.

1041
00:52:31,748 --> 00:52:35,484
I would say, "I've only ever seen
that as a self-inflicted wound."

1042
00:52:35,519 --> 00:52:36,485
That's right.

1043
00:52:36,520 --> 00:52:38,320
In 95%, that is a self-inflic...

1044
00:52:38,355 --> 00:52:40,356
No. dr. spitz, you
cannot say 95%.

1045
00:52:40,423 --> 00:52:41,557
I beg your pardon.

1046
00:52:41,591 --> 00:52:42,691
I was just using that as
a figure of speech. 90...

1047
00:52:42,726 --> 00:52:44,026
Shh, shh.

1048
00:52:44,060 --> 00:52:48,030
Good, but you know, to the
prosecution, you say 95%,

1049
00:52:48,064 --> 00:52:51,200
on cross-examination you've just
admitted that there's a 5% chance

1050
00:52:51,234 --> 00:52:52,968
that it is not
a self-inflicted wound.

1051
00:52:53,003 --> 00:52:55,704
Is there a 5% chance that
somebody else shot her?

1052
00:52:55,739 --> 00:52:56,705
There is no chance.

1053
00:52:56,740 --> 00:52:58,474
Then do not say 95%.

1054
00:52:58,508 --> 00:53:00,576
That was just
a figure of speech.

1055
00:53:00,610 --> 00:53:03,712
Sure, dr. spitz, but you've
seen 10,000 case, right?

1056
00:53:03,747 --> 00:53:06,348
5% of which, the prosecution
will point out,

1057
00:53:06,383 --> 00:53:11,554
is 500 cases in which that is
not a self-inflicted wound.

1058
00:53:11,588 --> 00:53:13,989
It is a self-inflicted wound.

1059
00:53:14,024 --> 00:53:16,659
The we require you
to so testify.

1060
00:53:16,693 --> 00:53:20,129
Now, dr. spitz, we're gonna take
a look at the bullet itself.

1061
00:53:20,163 --> 00:53:21,463
Yes.

1062
00:53:29,472 --> 00:53:32,041
That's good
if they let you use it.

1063
00:53:32,075 --> 00:53:33,175
What?

1064
00:53:33,210 --> 00:53:34,176
Oh, the tape?

1065
00:53:34,211 --> 00:53:35,544
Mm-hmm.

1066
00:53:35,579 --> 00:53:37,613
No, no. I'm not planning
on using the tape.

1067
00:53:37,647 --> 00:53:40,950
No. Listen, it is impossible
that philip took that shot.

1068
00:53:40,984 --> 00:53:43,085
If he had, his coat, his
hair, his everything

1069
00:53:43,119 --> 00:53:44,954
would have been
covered in blood.

1070
00:53:44,988 --> 00:53:47,856
We've got to break that thought
into the jury's mind...

1071
00:53:47,891 --> 00:53:49,425
He could not have done it.

1072
00:53:49,459 --> 00:53:50,759
So you don't show them
the tape?

1073
00:53:50,794 --> 00:53:53,629
No. No. I'm gonna build it.

1074
00:53:53,663 --> 00:53:56,398
Uh-huh.

1075
00:53:56,433 --> 00:53:59,435
I'm gonna build a bulletproof
plexiglas chamber

1076
00:53:59,469 --> 00:54:02,271
and put it in the courtroom.

1077
00:54:02,305 --> 00:54:05,574
I'm gonna put the wound
dummy in the chair

1078
00:54:05,609 --> 00:54:08,711
and a ballistics tech in a lab coat
and have him pull the trigger.

1079
00:54:08,745 --> 00:54:12,481
When they see the booth and the
coat, everything covered in blood,

1080
00:54:12,515 --> 00:54:15,517
the jury sees that, we just
broke their thought processes.

1081
00:54:15,552 --> 00:54:16,685
We won the case.

1082
00:54:16,720 --> 00:54:18,320
The judge will never
allow that.

1083
00:54:18,355 --> 00:54:20,489
"Culpepper v. Volkswagen."

1084
00:54:20,523 --> 00:54:22,091
I've got a hearing
tomorrow at noon.

1085
00:54:22,125 --> 00:54:23,125
She shot herself.

1086
00:54:23,159 --> 00:54:24,360
You bet she did.

1087
00:54:24,394 --> 00:54:25,828
Why?

1088
00:54:25,862 --> 00:54:29,298
Not our problem anymore.

1089
00:54:29,332 --> 00:54:31,200
It's been decided
it's inadmissible.

1090
00:54:31,234 --> 00:54:32,735
What does that mean?

1091
00:54:32,769 --> 00:54:35,004
It means you can't
legally base a demonstration

1092
00:54:35,038 --> 00:54:36,438
on a theory.

1093
00:54:36,473 --> 00:54:38,874
You know what? Why don't they
get a carpenter in there?

1094
00:54:38,908 --> 00:54:40,843
Get a carpenter in there,
build me a coffin,

1095
00:54:40,877 --> 00:54:42,177
have the judge nail me in.

1096
00:54:42,212 --> 00:54:43,178
Philip.

1097
00:54:43,213 --> 00:54:44,179
Get it over with.

1098
00:54:44,214 --> 00:54:46,982
Philip, the california law...
They see that demonstration,

1099
00:54:47,017 --> 00:54:48,350
I walk out of there free.

1100
00:54:48,385 --> 00:54:51,287
It's been decided the
judge will... and can legally

1101
00:54:51,321 --> 00:54:52,921
disallow it.

1102
00:54:52,956 --> 00:54:55,024
Therefore, to make a request
doomed to failure is...

1103
00:54:55,058 --> 00:54:56,692
Why would I kill that girl?

1104
00:54:56,726 --> 00:54:58,427
Why?

1105
00:54:58,461 --> 00:55:02,698
Because she wouldn't what?

1106
00:55:02,732 --> 00:55:03,932
She wouldn't what?

1107
00:55:03,933 --> 00:55:05,534
She would have done
anything I asked.

1108
00:55:05,568 --> 00:55:07,770
That's why she came here.

1109
00:55:07,804 --> 00:55:09,838
No. So forget why.

1110
00:55:09,873 --> 00:55:11,073
How?

1111
00:55:11,107 --> 00:55:12,308
What did I do? What did I say?

1112
00:55:12,342 --> 00:55:13,509
"Here.

1113
00:55:13,543 --> 00:55:16,779
"You hold the gun and you
put it in your mouth.

1114
00:55:16,813 --> 00:55:18,614
I'll pull the trigger."

1115
00:55:18,648 --> 00:55:19,648
Why?

1116
00:55:19,683 --> 00:55:22,251
Because I want to prove
my power.

1117
00:55:22,285 --> 00:55:25,454
My power was she got in
the car.

1118
00:55:25,488 --> 00:55:27,022
That was my power.

1119
00:55:27,057 --> 00:55:32,828
Some wretched, stunted
jewish kid, a poor kid,

1120
00:55:32,862 --> 00:55:35,698
who could have, over the years,
any fucking woman I wanted...

1121
00:55:35,732 --> 00:55:38,133
Oh, I'm gonna throw my
life away for her.

1122
00:55:38,168 --> 00:55:39,168
Why not?

1123
00:55:39,202 --> 00:55:40,936
She was a cocktail waitress.

1124
00:55:42,772 --> 00:55:45,741
In the old days, the
cops, they showed up,

1125
00:55:45,775 --> 00:55:48,210
she shot herself, they
throw her in jail

1126
00:55:48,244 --> 00:55:51,513
for fucking up my
evening, dead as she was.

1127
00:55:51,548 --> 00:55:52,715
I want you to put me
on the stand.

1128
00:55:52,749 --> 00:55:54,516
One-way ticket to the gallows.

1129
00:55:54,551 --> 00:55:58,287
I want to tell what happened.

1130
00:55:58,321 --> 00:55:59,788
What happened?

1131
00:55:59,823 --> 00:56:02,057
You got 12 seconds?

1132
00:56:04,928 --> 00:56:09,832
I was drunk. She was screwed
up out of her mind.

1133
00:56:09,866 --> 00:56:11,800
I took her home.

1134
00:56:11,835 --> 00:56:14,269
She asked me... she asked me

1135
00:56:14,304 --> 00:56:17,439
did I have any guns
around the house?

1136
00:56:17,474 --> 00:56:23,445
I said, "why?" She said,
"I find it exciting."

1137
00:56:23,480 --> 00:56:25,647
Many women do.

1138
00:56:25,682 --> 00:56:28,851
So I showed her the guns,

1139
00:56:28,885 --> 00:56:31,120
I went in the other
room, I came back.

1140
00:56:31,154 --> 00:56:34,056
She's got a gun in her
hand, and she's smiling

1141
00:56:34,090 --> 00:56:38,660
provocatively, right?

1142
00:56:38,695 --> 00:56:42,564
She takes the stupid gun,
puts it in her mouth.

1143
00:56:42,599 --> 00:56:44,767
I scream, "no!"

1144
00:56:47,137 --> 00:56:49,104
The gun goes off.

1145
00:57:00,083 --> 00:57:01,817
It's interesting.

1146
00:57:01,851 --> 00:57:04,653
What?

1147
00:57:04,687 --> 00:57:07,890
The various looks, the wigs.

1148
00:57:07,924 --> 00:57:11,927
A lot of people
think they're wigs.

1149
00:57:11,961 --> 00:57:13,841
That's called prejudice.

1150
00:57:39,756 --> 00:57:42,157
Brindon, where are they?

1151
00:57:42,192 --> 00:57:43,192
They have gone.

1152
00:57:43,226 --> 00:57:44,760
We must tell torvald.

1153
00:57:44,794 --> 00:57:45,894
He was with them.

1154
00:57:45,929 --> 00:57:47,329
No.

1155
00:57:47,363 --> 00:57:49,264
Shall I alert princess isa?

1156
00:57:49,299 --> 00:57:52,134
No. Better to take
a dagger through the heart,

1157
00:57:52,168 --> 00:57:53,669
for the news would kill her.

1158
00:57:53,703 --> 00:57:57,873
Brindon... 95%. Unbelievable.

1159
00:58:00,610 --> 00:58:02,244
My boss came out
of the house and said,

1160
00:58:02,278 --> 00:58:04,046
"I think I just
killed somebody."

1161
00:58:04,080 --> 00:58:05,848
"I think I should call
somebody"?

1162
00:58:05,882 --> 00:58:07,816
You want to know the case?

1163
00:58:07,851 --> 00:58:10,919
Our guy used to be a big shot.
Now he's nobody.

1164
00:58:10,954 --> 00:58:11,987
The girl... she's living
the dream.

1165
00:58:12,021 --> 00:58:14,957
Should have died 10 years ago
when she could marry money.

1166
00:58:14,991 --> 00:58:17,659
Too late now... she's
every woman's nightmare.

1167
00:58:17,694 --> 00:58:19,928
She goes home with a fella.
She ends up dead.

1168
00:58:19,963 --> 00:58:21,330
Let your guy go? Why?

1169
00:58:21,364 --> 00:58:22,498
What was he doing
there with her?

1170
00:58:22,532 --> 00:58:24,466
That's not what he's
being tried for.

1171
00:58:24,501 --> 00:58:26,301
Really?

1172
00:58:33,910 --> 00:58:35,143
What time does bruce get in?

1173
00:58:35,178 --> 00:58:36,111
1:05.

1174
00:58:36,145 --> 00:58:39,147
What if it were an accident?

1175
00:58:42,819 --> 00:58:45,120
Ah.

1176
00:58:45,154 --> 00:58:46,154
Thank you for coming today.

1177
00:58:46,189 --> 00:58:47,189
Thank you.

1178
00:58:47,223 --> 00:58:48,624
How are you?
I'm well, thank you.

1179
00:58:48,658 --> 00:58:49,758
Good.

1180
00:58:49,792 --> 00:58:50,859
My name is michael brown.

1181
00:58:50,894 --> 00:58:53,028
Jenny o'brien.

1182
00:58:53,062 --> 00:58:54,863
I'm a retired federal officer.

1183
00:58:54,898 --> 00:58:57,199
I've spent most of my government
service occupied with

1184
00:58:57,233 --> 00:59:02,137
ballistics, which is the study
of projectiles and firearms.

1185
00:59:02,171 --> 00:59:08,076
This is a model
of a firearm, a revolver.

1186
00:59:08,111 --> 00:59:12,347
As you see, it cannot
fire anything.

1187
00:59:12,382 --> 00:59:14,883
There is nothing to fire.

1188
00:59:14,918 --> 00:59:17,953
It's solid plastic.
That's all it is.

1189
00:59:17,987 --> 00:59:21,957
This model... I won't call it a
toy, because it's not a toy...

1190
00:59:21,991 --> 00:59:23,892
Is designed for purposes
of demonstration.

1191
00:59:23,927 --> 00:59:25,394
Ok?

1192
00:59:25,428 --> 00:59:26,495
Mmm.

1193
00:59:26,529 --> 00:59:31,266
Basically... it's
a garage door opener.

1194
00:59:31,301 --> 00:59:34,301
Now, here is one thing
this model can do.

1195
00:59:34,304 --> 00:59:38,840
If the trigger is depressed,
it sends a signal...

1196
00:59:40,009 --> 00:59:42,544
The light and the alarm go off.

1197
00:59:45,114 --> 00:59:47,082
You all received your
checks for coming in today?

1198
00:59:47,116 --> 00:59:48,250
Yes.

1199
00:59:48,284 --> 00:59:49,818
Fine.

1200
00:59:49,852 --> 00:59:52,688
In addition to your honorarium,
in addition to that,

1201
00:59:52,722 --> 00:59:56,425
if you can insert the model in your
mouth without pulling the trigger,

1202
00:59:56,459 --> 00:59:58,760
you'll receive $300.

1203
00:59:58,795 --> 01:00:00,362
You understand?

1204
01:00:00,396 --> 01:00:03,599
Yeah.

1205
01:00:03,633 --> 01:00:05,067
Wrapped in plastic.

1206
01:00:05,101 --> 01:00:07,169
Completely sterile.

1207
01:00:07,203 --> 01:00:10,038
Please remove it
from the plastic.

1208
01:00:15,411 --> 01:00:19,014
Now without pulling
the trigger,

1209
01:00:19,048 --> 01:00:21,750
insert the model in your mouth.

1210
01:00:23,519 --> 01:00:24,886
Close it.

1211
01:00:24,921 --> 01:00:27,489
For god's sakes, what the
fuck are you doing?!

1212
01:00:27,523 --> 01:00:29,364
Take it out!
Take it out of your mouth!

1213
01:00:36,566 --> 01:00:40,268
That's our case.

1214
01:00:40,303 --> 01:00:41,737
And what does forensics say?

1215
01:00:41,771 --> 01:00:44,740
Forensics says the gun
was inside her mouth,

1216
01:00:44,774 --> 01:00:47,175
handle and trigger guard
down, which means that

1217
01:00:47,210 --> 01:00:48,510
the front sight was up.

1218
01:00:48,544 --> 01:00:52,147
Now, somebody yells, "take
that gun out of your mouth."

1219
01:00:52,181 --> 01:00:54,082
She pulls it out fast.

1220
01:00:54,117 --> 01:00:57,085
The front sight gets caught
on her upper teeth,

1221
01:00:57,120 --> 01:00:59,921
hand keeps pulling, depresses
the trigger, the gun goes off.

1222
01:00:59,956 --> 01:01:00,989
It's not in evidence.

1223
01:01:01,024 --> 01:01:02,157
I'll put it in the closing.

1224
01:01:02,191 --> 01:01:03,492
It's too late.
I'll tell you why.

1225
01:01:03,526 --> 01:01:05,446
Everybody at that point
assumes that he's guilty.

1226
01:01:05,461 --> 01:01:07,596
Linda, all of this,
the rubber gun?

1227
01:01:07,630 --> 01:01:09,564
I won't take the rubber
gun to court.

1228
01:01:09,599 --> 01:01:11,099
Linda...

1229
01:01:11,134 --> 01:01:12,968
It's so clear. The judge
didn't allow clarkson's diary.

1230
01:01:13,002 --> 01:01:16,171
He won't allow... Linda,
the point is, all right,

1231
01:01:16,205 --> 01:01:18,440
they think he's a monster.

1232
01:01:18,474 --> 01:01:19,874
You take the skull in,
they're sure.

1233
01:01:19,876 --> 01:01:21,743
Monster. Lives in a
cave. Look at the skull.

1234
01:01:21,778 --> 01:01:23,845
They turn away from your
client and his evidence.

1235
01:01:23,880 --> 01:01:25,047
I make them look at it.

1236
01:01:25,081 --> 01:01:26,581
You're thrashing, linda.

1237
01:01:26,616 --> 01:01:28,417
I'm telling you that if she put
the gun in her own mouth...

1238
01:01:28,451 --> 01:01:29,685
And she did...

1239
01:01:29,719 --> 01:01:31,887
And I am telling you, the
only way you can introduce

1240
01:01:31,921 --> 01:01:36,324
all this fucking ben-hur is in
support of direct testimony.

1241
01:01:36,359 --> 01:01:38,694
Remember procedure, which testimony
only comes and could come

1242
01:01:38,728 --> 01:01:42,397
on direct from mr. spector.

1243
01:01:42,432 --> 01:01:43,865
Are you gonna put him
on the stand,

1244
01:01:43,900 --> 01:01:46,501
or should I just fucking
go jump under a train.

1245
01:01:46,536 --> 01:01:48,136
What?

1246
01:01:53,743 --> 01:01:55,377
Take care of yourself.

1247
01:02:00,183 --> 01:02:03,285
Thank you, ben.

1248
01:02:03,319 --> 01:02:05,754
People say diet is bullshit.

1249
01:02:05,788 --> 01:02:06,955
Diet is not bullshit.

1250
01:02:06,989 --> 01:02:09,224
I want to talk to you
about tomorrow.

1251
01:02:09,258 --> 01:02:10,325
What's this?

1252
01:02:10,359 --> 01:02:12,461
That's a note from bruce.

1253
01:02:12,495 --> 01:02:14,129
A note?

1254
01:02:18,801 --> 01:02:21,937
"My personal numbers"
in case of what?

1255
01:02:21,971 --> 01:02:25,207
In the case you need him.

1256
01:02:25,241 --> 01:02:26,541
These numbers are in new york.

1257
01:02:26,576 --> 01:02:27,697
Yeah. Well, bruce went back.

1258
01:02:27,710 --> 01:02:28,677
Look here.

1259
01:02:28,711 --> 01:02:31,713
This is the statement...
Bruce went back to new york?

1260
01:02:31,748 --> 01:02:33,448
Yeah, sure. You knew
he was going back.

1261
01:02:33,483 --> 01:02:34,750
To do his television show.

1262
01:02:34,784 --> 01:02:37,152
No. He didn't go back
to do his television show.

1263
01:02:37,186 --> 01:02:40,522
He left me to do... Philip.

1264
01:02:40,556 --> 01:02:42,758
Philip, you told him
you didn't wish him to...

1265
01:02:42,792 --> 01:02:44,392
Do you recall the closing?

1266
01:02:44,427 --> 01:02:47,129
You agreed, the judge agreed
that bruce could retire

1267
01:02:47,163 --> 01:02:48,163
before the closing.

1268
01:02:48,197 --> 01:02:49,664
Retire from the case?

1269
01:02:49,699 --> 01:02:50,932
Yes. Well, you agreed.

1270
01:02:50,967 --> 01:02:52,334
What, I agreed? What
do you mean, I agreed?

1271
01:02:52,368 --> 01:02:56,171
I agreed to what?
I agreed to what?

1272
01:02:56,205 --> 01:02:57,339
It's relevant to this?

1273
01:02:57,373 --> 01:02:59,107
No, no, no, no.

1274
01:02:59,142 --> 01:03:00,475
No. This is unethical.

1275
01:03:00,510 --> 01:03:03,011
He withdrew in open court, philip.
You were there.

1276
01:03:03,045 --> 01:03:04,713
I didn't understand.

1277
01:03:04,747 --> 01:03:05,747
Well, you discussed this.

1278
01:03:05,782 --> 01:03:10,318
When I paid him $1 million
to defend my life?

1279
01:03:10,353 --> 01:03:13,121
You and the judge
and bruce cutler, remember?

1280
01:03:13,156 --> 01:03:14,356
You all talked about this.

1281
01:03:14,390 --> 01:03:17,359
I thought he was going
on a trip. Come on!

1282
01:03:17,393 --> 01:03:19,594
"These are my
new york numbers"?

1283
01:03:19,629 --> 01:03:20,695
He has other clients.

1284
01:03:20,730 --> 01:03:21,897
He left me.

1285
01:03:21,931 --> 01:03:24,132
He left me to do
his television show.

1286
01:03:24,167 --> 01:03:25,400
Don't break my heart.

1287
01:03:25,434 --> 01:03:30,472
And I paid him $1 million,
and I foolishly expected

1288
01:03:30,506 --> 01:03:32,974
from him, loyalty.

1289
01:03:33,009 --> 01:03:34,476
For... for what?

1290
01:03:34,510 --> 01:03:35,477
For life?

1291
01:03:35,511 --> 01:03:36,778
No.

1292
01:03:36,813 --> 01:03:40,682
For the duration
of a trial, in which

1293
01:03:40,716 --> 01:03:43,685
he pleaded with me
to give him the job.

1294
01:03:43,719 --> 01:03:44,686
Why did he want the job?

1295
01:03:44,720 --> 01:03:45,821
Why?

1296
01:03:45,855 --> 01:03:47,155
Because he liked me?

1297
01:03:47,190 --> 01:03:48,824
He despised me.

1298
01:03:48,858 --> 01:03:54,362
He wanted the job because I
needed him, because I was weak.

1299
01:03:54,397 --> 01:03:56,064
He was strong.

1300
01:03:56,098 --> 01:03:58,900
He wanted my money.

1301
01:03:58,935 --> 01:04:00,101
I don't understand that?

1302
01:04:00,136 --> 01:04:03,138
Philip, you agreed
in front of a judge...

1303
01:04:03,172 --> 01:04:04,706
I thought he was
going shopping.

1304
01:04:04,740 --> 01:04:05,674
Please.

1305
01:04:05,708 --> 01:04:07,108
Who was there to
tell me different?

1306
01:04:07,143 --> 01:04:09,244
Who? Who could have?
I'm ignorant.

1307
01:04:09,278 --> 01:04:10,745
What do I know
about these things?

1308
01:04:10,780 --> 01:04:14,015
Who could have sat me down and
told me and explained it to me?

1309
01:04:14,050 --> 01:04:15,016
Who?

1310
01:04:15,051 --> 01:04:16,484
My lawyer.

1311
01:04:16,519 --> 01:04:17,519
That's who.

1312
01:04:17,553 --> 01:04:18,520
Who's gone.

1313
01:04:18,554 --> 01:04:20,589
You let him go.

1314
01:04:29,198 --> 01:04:31,199
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry you're upset.

1315
01:04:31,234 --> 01:04:34,536
I know you are.

1316
01:04:34,570 --> 01:04:35,670
So.

1317
01:04:35,705 --> 01:04:39,274
What do we do now?

1318
01:04:39,308 --> 01:04:44,112
If you testify, we get to
do the demonstrations.

1319
01:04:44,146 --> 01:04:45,306
I don't get that.

1320
01:04:45,314 --> 01:04:48,483
That means I've got
to put you on the stand.

1321
01:04:48,517 --> 01:04:49,551
All right.

1322
01:04:49,585 --> 01:04:51,653
You do understand
what that means?

1323
01:04:51,687 --> 01:04:54,122
I get to tell my story.

1324
01:04:54,156 --> 01:04:57,158
It means they get to
tear you apart.

1325
01:04:57,193 --> 01:05:01,763
Well, you defend me.

1326
01:05:05,201 --> 01:05:08,737
You ever know anyone
who was disfigured?

1327
01:05:08,771 --> 01:05:13,275
I mean, you know, some
serious hard to look at?

1328
01:05:13,309 --> 01:05:16,244
After a time... after a time,
you come not to notice.

1329
01:05:28,224 --> 01:05:30,258
Can you turn on the lights?

1330
01:05:35,531 --> 01:05:36,498
All right.

1331
01:05:36,532 --> 01:05:38,199
It's impressive.

1332
01:05:38,234 --> 01:05:40,201
All right. All right.

1333
01:05:40,236 --> 01:05:42,904
Ok.

1334
01:05:42,939 --> 01:05:46,141
The defense calls
philip spector.

1335
01:05:51,547 --> 01:05:53,581
Place your left
hand on the bible.

1336
01:05:53,616 --> 01:05:55,350
Raise your right hand.

1337
01:05:55,384 --> 01:05:57,819
Do you solemnly swear that the
testimony you're about to give

1338
01:05:57,853 --> 01:06:00,622
in the matter now
before this court is

1339
01:06:00,656 --> 01:06:02,390
the truth, the whole truth,
and nothing but the truth?

1340
01:06:02,425 --> 01:06:03,925
I do.

1341
01:06:03,960 --> 01:06:05,060
State your name.

1342
01:06:05,094 --> 01:06:07,429
Philip spector.

1343
01:06:07,463 --> 01:06:09,364
Please be seated.

1344
01:06:11,067 --> 01:06:13,702
Now, mr. spector, I would
like you to describe,

1345
01:06:13,736 --> 01:06:16,237
in as much detail as
you can recall,

1346
01:06:16,272 --> 01:06:19,307
the events of the night
of february 2, 2003.

1347
01:06:19,342 --> 01:06:24,946
Uh, I had a date with a girl.

1348
01:06:24,981 --> 01:06:26,281
Objection!

1349
01:06:26,315 --> 01:06:27,716
Could the witness
be more specific?

1350
01:06:27,750 --> 01:06:29,384
Could he state the name
of the girl, please?

1351
01:06:29,418 --> 01:06:31,720
Yes. State the name
of the girl, please.

1352
01:06:31,754 --> 01:06:35,056
Her name was lana clarkson.

1353
01:06:35,091 --> 01:06:36,992
Would you speak up, please?

1354
01:06:41,597 --> 01:06:45,200
Lana clarkson.

1355
01:06:45,234 --> 01:06:49,738
I had a date with a girl
named lana clarkson.

1356
01:06:49,772 --> 01:06:51,106
Now.

1357
01:06:51,140 --> 01:06:54,776
mr. spector, did you kill
lana clarkson?

1358
01:06:54,810 --> 01:06:56,745
No.

1359
01:06:56,779 --> 01:06:59,080
Did you put
a revolver in her mouth?

1360
01:06:59,115 --> 01:07:00,048
No.

1361
01:07:00,082 --> 01:07:01,983
Did you suggest that she do so?

1362
01:07:02,018 --> 01:07:03,018
No.

1363
01:07:03,052 --> 01:07:04,786
Did you threaten her? No.

1364
01:07:04,820 --> 01:07:06,621
Did you keep her
in your house by force?

1365
01:07:06,655 --> 01:07:09,691
No. She wanted to stay...
Objection.

1366
01:07:09,725 --> 01:07:13,528
Sustained.

1367
01:07:13,562 --> 01:07:15,930
Did you keep her in your house by force?
Yes or no.

1368
01:07:15,965 --> 01:07:17,632
No.

1369
01:07:17,666 --> 01:07:21,469
All right.

1370
01:07:25,775 --> 01:07:27,142
All right. Good.

1371
01:07:27,176 --> 01:07:30,311
mr. spector, your attitude is...
Objection, your honor.

1372
01:07:30,346 --> 01:07:31,513
Is this the prosecution's
closing?

1373
01:07:31,547 --> 01:07:33,915
As if not... Sustained.

1374
01:07:33,949 --> 01:07:35,550
All right. As we continue,
and I thank the court

1375
01:07:35,584 --> 01:07:37,652
for its patience, and I would ask
mr. spector if he would be good enough

1376
01:07:37,686 --> 01:07:39,421
to discard the tactic
of "I don't remember,"

1377
01:07:39,455 --> 01:07:41,589
as the jury, I again assure you...
Objection, your honor.

1378
01:07:41,624 --> 01:07:43,158
Objection sustained.

1379
01:07:43,192 --> 01:07:45,794
mr. spector, would you
please keep your voice up?

1380
01:07:45,828 --> 01:07:47,629
It's been a long
day, your honor.

1381
01:07:47,663 --> 01:07:50,031
I suggest we
reconvene tomorrow.

1382
01:07:50,066 --> 01:07:52,233
Your honor, I object to the
defense's tactic of interruption,

1383
01:07:52,268 --> 01:07:54,202
and I ask the court's
indulgence that I may

1384
01:07:54,236 --> 01:07:55,737
close out this line
of questioning.

1385
01:07:55,771 --> 01:07:57,038
Yes. Your request is granted.
You may continue.

1386
01:07:57,073 --> 01:07:58,173
Thank you, your honor.

1387
01:07:58,207 --> 01:07:59,374
Ok.

1388
01:07:59,408 --> 01:08:01,509
mr. spector,
you have testified that.

1389
01:08:01,544 --> 01:08:04,079
"I came back into the room."

1390
01:08:04,113 --> 01:08:05,947
"She had the gun in her mouth."

1391
01:08:05,981 --> 01:08:08,416
I screamed no!

1392
01:08:11,120 --> 01:08:12,120
Have you asked me a question?

1393
01:08:12,154 --> 01:08:13,088
I'm about to.

1394
01:08:13,122 --> 01:08:14,089
Ok.

1395
01:08:14,123 --> 01:08:15,123
Where did the gun come from?

1396
01:08:15,157 --> 01:08:16,091
Objection. We've testified.

1397
01:08:16,125 --> 01:08:17,459
Where did the gun come
from, mr. spector?

1398
01:08:17,493 --> 01:08:19,427
You've testified
that you had 9...

1399
01:08:19,462 --> 01:08:21,896
9 firearms on your property
to which you have admitted.

1400
01:08:21,931 --> 01:08:23,331
Objection.

1401
01:08:23,365 --> 01:08:24,299
Was it one of these?

1402
01:08:24,333 --> 01:08:25,767
Objection. Overruled.

1403
01:08:25,801 --> 01:08:28,203
Or is this, say, an outlier
which you have forgot?

1404
01:08:28,237 --> 01:08:30,939
As you forgot the incident
with debra robertie

1405
01:08:30,973 --> 01:08:32,640
in which you, in joking,
pulled a gun on her?

1406
01:08:32,675 --> 01:08:33,715
All right, no.

1407
01:08:33,742 --> 01:08:35,743
Wait, wait, wait.

1408
01:08:35,778 --> 01:08:37,579
I have a sheaf of affidavits.

1409
01:08:37,613 --> 01:08:39,013
One moment, please.

1410
01:08:39,048 --> 01:08:41,249
Of your behavior
around women, with guns.

1411
01:08:41,283 --> 01:08:43,585
Of coercion, assault...
Objection.

1412
01:08:43,619 --> 01:08:45,553
Of coercion and battery,
unlawful imprisonment.

1413
01:08:45,588 --> 01:08:49,157
Your honor, the evidence in this court...
Incarcerated?

1414
01:08:49,191 --> 01:08:50,158
Your honor, mr. spector
has never been accused...

1415
01:08:50,192 --> 01:08:51,526
Convicted.

1416
01:08:51,560 --> 01:08:52,961
And this is
the essence of this case.

1417
01:08:52,995 --> 01:08:55,597
There is no legally admissible
evidence, which is to say

1418
01:08:55,631 --> 01:08:57,832
there is no evidence... All
right, all right, all right.

1419
01:08:57,867 --> 01:09:00,602
And I would move for a direct...

1420
01:09:00,636 --> 01:09:04,038
I have a tape... I have a tape
of your wife ronnie spector,

1421
01:09:04,073 --> 01:09:06,808
in which she testifies
to your repeated cruelties

1422
01:09:06,842 --> 01:09:09,410
and assaults.

1423
01:09:09,445 --> 01:09:11,846
Physical, verbal, and sexual.

1424
01:09:11,881 --> 01:09:13,314
No, no, no, no. Your
honor, mr. spector...

1425
01:09:13,349 --> 01:09:14,716
Shut that fucking thing off.

1426
01:09:14,750 --> 01:09:17,252
Ok, let her come
into the court.

1427
01:09:17,286 --> 01:09:19,921
Where did she say this
in a court of law?

1428
01:09:19,955 --> 01:09:22,924
Have her come in here,
let her... let her

1429
01:09:22,958 --> 01:09:25,059
come here and beat me.

1430
01:09:25,094 --> 01:09:28,196
Let that psychotic bitch
come forward in court

1431
01:09:28,230 --> 01:09:30,965
and swear where she can
be cross-examined...

1432
01:09:31,000 --> 01:09:32,267
"He threatened me."

1433
01:09:32,301 --> 01:09:33,635
Turn that fucking thing off.

1434
01:09:33,669 --> 01:09:34,969
"He beat me such that I..."

1435
01:09:35,004 --> 01:09:39,040
That sick, no-talent... "He
kept me from my children."

1436
01:09:39,074 --> 01:09:40,508
Turn that fucking thing off!

1437
01:09:40,543 --> 01:09:43,011
If I hadn't found her...
"He locked me in my room."

1438
01:09:43,045 --> 01:09:48,349
If I hadn't found her in the
gutter, what do you think?

1439
01:09:48,384 --> 01:09:51,286
Do you think these singers
made those songs?

1440
01:09:51,320 --> 01:09:52,287
I made those songs.

1441
01:09:52,321 --> 01:09:53,288
Your honor.

1442
01:09:53,322 --> 01:09:54,856
Ah, fuck this.

1443
01:09:54,890 --> 01:09:57,325
Fuck this whole thing,
this fucking charade.

1444
01:09:57,359 --> 01:09:58,693
And what do you do?

1445
01:09:58,727 --> 01:10:00,161
Who are you?

1446
01:10:00,196 --> 01:10:01,996
How dare you?

1447
01:10:02,031 --> 01:10:03,998
Who... who do you think you are,

1448
01:10:04,033 --> 01:10:06,234
to come in here and accuse me?

1449
01:10:06,268 --> 01:10:07,769
Philip.

1450
01:10:07,803 --> 01:10:09,037
I understand. I know
what's going on.

1451
01:10:09,071 --> 01:10:11,506
Philip... Shut up!

1452
01:10:11,540 --> 01:10:13,908
Because I'm paying the lot
of you for this whole thing.

1453
01:10:13,943 --> 01:10:16,477
I understand

1454
01:10:16,512 --> 01:10:23,351
that this semi-talented
nowhere, this backup singer,

1455
01:10:23,385 --> 01:10:26,154
to whom I gave
everything I own...

1456
01:10:26,188 --> 01:10:30,592
My life, her life, my children.

1457
01:10:30,626 --> 01:10:35,597
And to have you come in here
quoting her libelous, non-sworn,

1458
01:10:35,631 --> 01:10:39,133
cowardly bullshit!

1459
01:10:39,168 --> 01:10:42,670
What does it cost her
to lash out at me?

1460
01:10:42,705 --> 01:10:43,805
Or you, for that matter?

1461
01:10:43,839 --> 01:10:45,373
Philip, this is a rehearsal.

1462
01:10:45,407 --> 01:10:46,774
I know it's a rehearsal!

1463
01:10:46,809 --> 01:10:49,110
Damn it! What do you
think I am?

1464
01:10:49,144 --> 01:10:50,578
An idiot?

1465
01:10:50,613 --> 01:10:52,046
Do you think I'm a fool?

1466
01:10:52,081 --> 01:10:53,948
Do you think I don't
know what this is about?

1467
01:10:53,983 --> 01:10:56,851
I've played this game a
million times before.

1468
01:10:56,885 --> 01:10:59,187
I know how the game is played!

1469
01:10:59,221 --> 01:11:02,501
I've done this my whole life.
What do you think?

1470
01:11:04,426 --> 01:11:08,263
They kill men for
telling the truth.

1471
01:11:08,297 --> 01:11:09,497
This is the truth!

1472
01:11:09,531 --> 01:11:11,633
All right. All right. All out.

1473
01:11:11,667 --> 01:11:12,788
- Everybody out.
- Uh, but...

1474
01:11:13,969 --> 01:11:16,471
Ok.

1475
01:11:24,680 --> 01:11:26,447
I worked my whole life.

1476
01:11:28,784 --> 01:11:32,520
I worked my whole life.

1477
01:11:32,554 --> 01:11:34,322
All right?

1478
01:11:34,356 --> 01:11:35,623
It's not all right.

1479
01:11:35,658 --> 01:11:37,659
It's not all right.
It's not all right.

1480
01:11:37,693 --> 01:11:39,560
It's certainly not
all right, philip.

1481
01:11:39,595 --> 01:11:42,196
If you go off like that
in the courtroom...

1482
01:11:42,231 --> 01:11:45,533
And I know you put the woman
up there to see if I'd go off.

1483
01:11:45,567 --> 01:11:46,868
This is not going off.

1484
01:11:46,902 --> 01:11:49,737
Not re-fucking-motely.

1485
01:11:49,772 --> 01:11:52,092
Would you like to
trust me, philip?

1486
01:11:52,107 --> 01:11:54,442
You might want to trust me,
because I'm the last person

1487
01:11:54,476 --> 01:11:57,045
who both, "a," believes in
you and "b" has the power

1488
01:11:57,079 --> 01:11:58,212
to help your case.

1489
01:11:58,247 --> 01:11:59,414
Oh, is that why
you brought back...

1490
01:11:59,448 --> 01:12:00,682
Shut up, philip. Now listen.

1491
01:12:00,716 --> 01:12:04,605
You know the difference between
your different behaviors.

1492
01:12:05,587 --> 01:12:07,322
I act the same with everyone.

1493
01:12:07,356 --> 01:12:08,990
No, nobody does.

1494
01:12:09,024 --> 01:12:10,358
You didn't act the same
around your bands.

1495
01:12:10,392 --> 01:12:12,260
You didn't act the same
around the beatles

1496
01:12:12,294 --> 01:12:14,128
like you did with
an autograph-seeker.

1497
01:12:14,163 --> 01:12:16,164
You can control your behavior.

1498
01:12:16,198 --> 01:12:17,799
Why is this important?

1499
01:12:17,833 --> 01:12:19,000
Because if you don't,

1500
01:12:19,034 --> 01:12:22,437
you're going to jail for
the rest of your life.

1501
01:12:22,471 --> 01:12:23,871
The prosecution is
gonna do everything

1502
01:12:23,906 --> 01:12:29,277
in its power to enrage you
because that's all they have.

1503
01:12:29,311 --> 01:12:31,245
That is what we are
doing here today.

1504
01:12:31,280 --> 01:12:35,083
They have no facts.
They have to break you.

1505
01:12:35,117 --> 01:12:37,118
You see, if you go off,
the jury will say,

1506
01:12:37,152 --> 01:12:39,721
"he did it now. I'm
sure he did it then,"

1507
01:12:39,755 --> 01:12:41,055
and they'll put you away.

1508
01:12:41,090 --> 01:12:42,757
I had no trouble
with the beatles.

1509
01:12:42,791 --> 01:12:45,126
And you will have no
trouble with the d.A.

1510
01:12:45,160 --> 01:12:47,695
If you recall that you
want something from him

1511
01:12:47,730 --> 01:12:51,265
and you will go free.

1512
01:12:51,300 --> 01:12:54,369
Now, I want something from you.

1513
01:12:54,403 --> 01:12:56,971
I want you to give up the
pills, give up the wine

1514
01:12:57,005 --> 01:12:58,973
for the 2 or 3 days
you'll be on the stand

1515
01:12:59,007 --> 01:13:00,508
and keep your composure,

1516
01:13:00,542 --> 01:13:01,676
just like you did
around the beatles.

1517
01:13:01,710 --> 01:13:05,413
I mean, if paul disagreed with
you, did you scream at him?

1518
01:13:05,447 --> 01:13:07,115
On "let it be"?

1519
01:13:07,149 --> 01:13:10,017
I was proved right.

1520
01:13:10,052 --> 01:13:12,887
And you will be
proved right here

1521
01:13:12,921 --> 01:13:14,922
if you keep your composure.

1522
01:13:14,957 --> 01:13:17,191
But if you don't, you won't.

1523
01:13:17,226 --> 01:13:21,929
I promise you that I will
be prepared mentally,

1524
01:13:21,964 --> 01:13:25,233
spiritually, and that I
will make a good impression

1525
01:13:25,267 --> 01:13:30,204
and... keep their respect.

1526
01:13:30,239 --> 01:13:32,173
I understand.

1527
01:13:32,207 --> 01:13:35,343
Thank you.

1528
01:13:35,377 --> 01:13:36,344
You know why?

1529
01:13:36,378 --> 01:13:37,845
Why?

1530
01:13:37,880 --> 01:13:43,351
Not for what they think of me,
but what you think of me.

1531
01:13:43,385 --> 01:13:47,107
Thank you. I take that
as a great compliment.

1532
01:13:50,626 --> 01:13:55,029
Vicky, where's the car?

1533
01:13:55,063 --> 01:13:56,030
So.

1534
01:13:56,064 --> 01:13:57,098
All right?

1535
01:13:57,132 --> 01:13:58,766
Yeah. I'm just
saving it... you know,

1536
01:13:58,801 --> 01:14:03,771
saving my best work
for when we're rolling.

1537
01:14:03,806 --> 01:14:05,573
I'm a little tired, too,
I think.

1538
01:14:05,607 --> 01:14:08,643
Best I go home
and rest for tomorrow.

1539
01:14:08,677 --> 01:14:10,411
No, I get it.

1540
01:14:10,446 --> 01:14:14,148
It... it don't start getting
better till it's gotten bad.

1541
01:14:14,183 --> 01:14:15,583
I'm equal to it.

1542
01:14:15,617 --> 01:14:19,654
Hey, guys, you want to see
if the car's ready, please?

1543
01:14:19,688 --> 01:14:20,655
I got it.

1544
01:14:20,689 --> 01:14:21,656
Anyway, thank you.

1545
01:14:21,690 --> 01:14:23,291
No.

1546
01:14:23,325 --> 01:14:25,159
This was a good idea.

1547
01:14:25,194 --> 01:14:26,494
You rest up.
We'll see you tomorrow.

1548
01:14:26,528 --> 01:14:28,763
Ok.

1549
01:14:28,797 --> 01:14:30,665
So thank you all.

1550
01:14:30,699 --> 01:14:37,171
Let me just say I know you
were paid to get me prepared.

1551
01:14:37,206 --> 01:14:38,973
You did an excellent job.

1552
01:14:39,007 --> 01:14:46,347
You were paid to perform, and
your performance was perfect.

1553
01:14:46,381 --> 01:14:49,884
So can I do as well as you?

1554
01:14:49,918 --> 01:14:52,920
Tomorrow, we'll see.

1555
01:14:52,955 --> 01:14:56,691
If I do, it's because
of you, right?

1556
01:14:56,725 --> 01:14:58,926
Thank you.

1557
01:14:58,961 --> 01:14:59,994
Linda, you want to go
to the car?

1558
01:15:00,028 --> 01:15:01,429
Yeah.

1559
01:15:04,132 --> 01:15:08,569
What you're doing,
linda, is good.

1560
01:15:08,604 --> 01:15:12,807
It's what I always tried to do,
so I know what you're doing.

1561
01:15:12,841 --> 01:15:16,410
What am I doing, philip?

1562
01:15:16,445 --> 01:15:19,547
You're defending the artist.

1563
01:15:19,581 --> 01:15:22,216
I know you're not well.

1564
01:15:22,251 --> 01:15:25,586
I know what this
is costing you.

1565
01:15:25,621 --> 01:15:28,122
That's what I go by.

1566
01:15:28,156 --> 01:15:32,426
I've met a lot of crazy
people in my life.

1567
01:15:32,461 --> 01:15:38,866
I've met very few sane
ones that I could talk to.

1568
01:15:43,939 --> 01:15:46,240
All right.

1569
01:15:46,275 --> 01:15:47,515
Here we go.

1570
01:15:53,682 --> 01:15:55,416
He don't look good.

1571
01:15:55,450 --> 01:15:57,785
He's tired.

1572
01:15:57,819 --> 01:16:01,422
Are you going to keep him up
on the stand all day tomorrow?

1573
01:16:01,456 --> 01:16:04,425
I'm gonna keep him up there
till they all get used to him,

1574
01:16:04,459 --> 01:16:06,761
after which he will no
longer be an oddity

1575
01:16:06,795 --> 01:16:09,897
but a beloved eccentric,

1576
01:16:09,932 --> 01:16:11,465
and they'll be telling
their grandchildren

1577
01:16:11,500 --> 01:16:14,835
how they helped to set
an innocent man free.

1578
01:16:24,913 --> 01:16:26,681
Linda, hi.

1579
01:16:26,715 --> 01:16:28,149
You know my wife kelly.

1580
01:16:28,183 --> 01:16:29,216
Linda kenney baden.

1581
01:16:29,251 --> 01:16:30,384
No. Hi.

1582
01:16:30,419 --> 01:16:31,752
How do you do?

1583
01:16:31,787 --> 01:16:33,187
Honey, the tickets.

1584
01:16:33,221 --> 01:16:34,789
The tickets... I'm sorry.

1585
01:16:34,823 --> 01:16:36,991
I'll be right back.

1586
01:16:39,094 --> 01:16:41,495
So how long have
you two been married?

1587
01:16:41,530 --> 01:16:43,698
I've been following your trial.

1588
01:16:43,732 --> 01:16:47,368
How could you defend that man?

1589
01:16:47,402 --> 01:16:49,537
What does your pin mean?

1590
01:16:49,571 --> 01:16:50,705
Medical aid for africa.

1591
01:16:50,739 --> 01:16:51,672
And are you active in that?

1592
01:16:51,707 --> 01:16:52,807
Yes, I am.

1593
01:16:52,841 --> 01:16:54,175
So you're compassionate.

1594
01:16:54,209 --> 01:16:55,176
All right.

1595
01:16:55,210 --> 01:16:56,544
So would you hire
an ex-convict?

1596
01:16:56,578 --> 01:16:57,878
I might.

1597
01:16:57,913 --> 01:17:00,681
So suppose she was
convicted of, say, theft

1598
01:17:00,716 --> 01:17:03,384
and she comes to you, she tells you
her story, and you judge she deserves

1599
01:17:03,418 --> 01:17:07,254
a break, so you give her a job,
and then after a year or so,

1600
01:17:07,289 --> 01:17:08,389
the household money
goes missing.

1601
01:17:08,423 --> 01:17:09,957
Do you suspect her first?

1602
01:17:09,992 --> 01:17:12,927
I would of course check...
Of course you do.

1603
01:17:12,961 --> 01:17:15,796
No matter how much you're
committed to "presumed innocent,"

1604
01:17:15,831 --> 01:17:17,732
you will suspect her first.

1605
01:17:17,766 --> 01:17:20,935
I work in the music business.

1606
01:17:20,969 --> 01:17:23,037
I know something
about your client.

1607
01:17:23,071 --> 01:17:24,438
He's a terrible man.

1608
01:17:24,473 --> 01:17:25,906
He's not being tried for that.

1609
01:17:25,941 --> 01:17:27,274
Do you think he shot her?

1610
01:17:27,309 --> 01:17:29,043
I don't see how he could have.

1611
01:17:29,077 --> 01:17:31,078
Can you prove that
he didn't shoot her?

1612
01:17:31,113 --> 01:17:33,114
Well, that's not my job.

1613
01:17:33,148 --> 01:17:35,716
By the way... I got them.

1614
01:17:35,751 --> 01:17:38,019
Did you know that your
husband is cheating on you?

1615
01:17:38,053 --> 01:17:39,420
That's ridiculous.

1616
01:17:39,454 --> 01:17:41,756
And that's called "giving him
the benefit of the doubt."

1617
01:17:41,790 --> 01:17:42,723
It's good to see you, linda.

1618
01:17:42,758 --> 01:17:43,758
You, too.

1619
01:17:43,792 --> 01:17:44,759
Good night.

1620
01:17:44,793 --> 01:17:46,527
Good night.

1621
01:17:46,561 --> 01:17:48,129
Do you think
you'll get him off?

1622
01:17:48,163 --> 01:17:49,397
Yes, I do.

1623
01:17:49,431 --> 01:17:51,532
If you get him off,
what will you do

1624
01:17:51,566 --> 01:17:53,834
when he kills the next girl?

1625
01:18:59,534 --> 01:19:02,236
[Alarm ringing]

1626
01:19:23,391 --> 01:19:26,994
As we near the end of a
long... a very long trial,

1627
01:19:27,028 --> 01:19:29,997
phil spector, once the darling
of the music industry,

1628
01:19:30,031 --> 01:19:34,769
having sold millions of
records, now facing a jury,

1629
01:19:34,803 --> 01:19:38,472
charged with the shooting death
of actress lana clarkson.

1630
01:19:38,507 --> 01:19:40,007
What are we seeing down
there, patty?

1631
01:19:40,041 --> 01:19:41,342
That's right, bill.

1632
01:19:41,376 --> 01:19:43,844
His name is in the record books,
and we all know his music,

1633
01:19:43,879 --> 01:19:47,982
but the trial, the charge, have
nothing to do with his profession

1634
01:19:48,016 --> 01:19:49,483
but of course with
his personal life.

1635
01:19:49,518 --> 01:19:51,986
I know this is the day that
you've all been waiting for.

1636
01:19:52,020 --> 01:19:54,622
You've been waiting
on his arrival,

1637
01:19:54,656 --> 01:19:58,159
and here, yes, here is
phil spector.

1638
01:19:58,193 --> 01:19:59,326
Ready.

1639
01:19:59,361 --> 01:20:00,594
dr. spitz, you
understand we won't be

1640
01:20:00,629 --> 01:20:02,863
getting to you for several
days because... Yes.

1641
01:20:02,898 --> 01:20:05,566
We will be examining mr. spector...
I understand.

1642
01:20:05,600 --> 01:20:06,667
But I thought it was important
for you to hear the testimony

1643
01:20:06,701 --> 01:20:07,701
on direct.

1644
01:20:07,736 --> 01:20:08,669
Are you gonna
keep him up there all day?

1645
01:20:08,703 --> 01:20:09,703
Linda.

1646
01:20:09,738 --> 01:20:10,805
When are you doing
the demonstrations?

1647
01:20:10,839 --> 01:20:12,673
I've got to introduce
it on redirect.

1648
01:20:12,707 --> 01:20:13,674
Uh, excuse me.

1649
01:20:13,708 --> 01:20:15,709
Not 95%. I understand.

1650
01:20:15,744 --> 01:20:16,677
That is self-inflicted.

1651
01:20:16,711 --> 01:20:18,712
Yes. Sorry. Excuse me.

1652
01:20:18,747 --> 01:20:21,415
Yes. No, no, no.
Not yet. Not yet.

1653
01:20:21,449 --> 01:20:24,385
Um, hello? Listen.
Hello? Listen.

1654
01:20:24,419 --> 01:20:29,023
I want to inspect the ballistic
test materials tonight, ok?

1655
01:20:34,763 --> 01:20:36,063
James?

1656
01:20:36,097 --> 01:20:37,331
Ok.

1657
01:20:37,365 --> 01:20:40,835
When we've got him...
No, no, no, no.

1658
01:20:40,869 --> 01:20:41,802
Either way. Either way.

1659
01:20:41,837 --> 01:20:45,539
When he's on the stand, I...
If you see me do this...

1660
01:20:45,574 --> 01:20:47,474
Ok? This. Uh-huh.

1661
01:20:47,509 --> 01:20:50,010
You come from the back of the
court and you pass me a note,

1662
01:20:50,045 --> 01:20:52,079
only make sure it's not
blank, because fiedler

1663
01:20:52,113 --> 01:20:54,949
might ask to see it,
so it should say.

1664
01:20:54,983 --> 01:20:56,984
"Communication from
bruce cutler.

1665
01:20:57,018 --> 01:20:58,118
New york. Urgent."

1666
01:20:58,153 --> 01:21:00,321
Can he keep it
together on the stand?

1667
01:21:00,355 --> 01:21:02,323
He's got to, all right?

1668
01:21:02,357 --> 01:21:05,025
We're here outside
the state courthouse, where

1669
01:21:05,060 --> 01:21:09,496
phil spector has just made
a rather spectacular entrance.

1670
01:21:09,531 --> 01:21:11,732
Stay with him... stay with him as
long as you can stay with him,

1671
01:21:11,766 --> 01:21:14,001
and then get the
reactions of the crowd.

1672
01:21:14,035 --> 01:21:16,170
Is he out of his mind?

1673
01:21:16,204 --> 01:21:17,905
Follow him. Follow him through.

1674
01:21:17,939 --> 01:21:19,840
Follow on phil.

1675
01:21:19,875 --> 01:21:21,508
Oh, my god.

1676
01:21:23,411 --> 01:21:25,813
Phil spector has just
entered the courthouse.

1677
01:21:25,881 --> 01:21:28,349
As you know, reporters are not
allowed into the courthouse,

1678
01:21:28,383 --> 01:21:31,185
but if you stay with us,
we will be out here

1679
01:21:31,219 --> 01:21:32,753
waiting for his return.

1680
01:21:32,787 --> 01:21:36,023
We will be back with you.
We'll have the news of the day.

1681
01:21:36,057 --> 01:21:37,992
Stay with us.

1682
01:21:38,026 --> 01:21:40,227
We will be waiting...

1683
01:21:43,565 --> 01:21:45,733
Folks, clear the way.

1684
01:21:45,767 --> 01:21:46,700
Excuse me. Excuse me.

1685
01:21:46,735 --> 01:21:48,269
Let me through.

1686
01:21:52,874 --> 01:21:55,709
You on that side,
you on that side.

1687
01:21:57,245 --> 01:21:58,212
Coming out.

1688
01:21:58,246 --> 01:21:59,179
I need you at the perimeter.

1689
01:21:59,214 --> 01:22:01,448
No one without
the yellow pass passes.

1690
01:22:01,483 --> 01:22:03,384
Get back.

1691
01:22:03,418 --> 01:22:04,451
Give them room
on the elevators.

1692
01:22:04,486 --> 01:22:05,419
Outside...

1693
01:22:41,122 --> 01:22:43,624
What is it?

1694
01:22:43,658 --> 01:22:48,862
Well, it's pneumonia, philip.

1695
01:22:50,999 --> 01:22:54,101
Oh, pneumonia?

1696
01:22:54,135 --> 01:22:56,503
Oh, man.

1697
01:22:56,538 --> 01:22:59,506
You got to take
care of yourself.

1698
01:22:59,541 --> 01:23:02,843
Look in the mirror.

1699
01:23:02,877 --> 01:23:05,646
You're concerned
about my appearance.

1700
01:23:05,680 --> 01:23:06,714
Look in the mirror, philip.

1701
01:23:06,748 --> 01:23:12,853
I know. I wanted, linda,
to look my best today.

1702
01:23:12,887 --> 01:23:15,556
I know you're concerned
about my hair.

1703
01:23:15,590 --> 01:23:21,161
My hair... listen to me.
My hair is an homage.

1704
01:23:21,196 --> 01:23:25,666
Philip... To jimi hendrix. Yes?
Who suffered... Look...

1705
01:23:25,700 --> 01:23:29,003
Who suffered, who was
persecuted philip...

1706
01:23:29,037 --> 01:23:30,738
Please, just don't make a
big thing out of this.

1707
01:23:30,772 --> 01:23:32,172
This is not as
outrageous as it looks.

1708
01:23:32,207 --> 01:23:34,141
Philip... Linda, what is it?

1709
01:23:34,175 --> 01:23:35,209
It's not a big thing.

1710
01:23:35,243 --> 01:23:36,176
Here, let me just tell you.

1711
01:23:36,211 --> 01:23:39,346
I spent quite a bit
of time on this.

1712
01:23:39,381 --> 01:23:42,583
I've been up since 4:00
in the morning, right?

1713
01:23:42,617 --> 01:23:47,988
And the truth... the truth
is that backlit, this...

1714
01:23:48,023 --> 01:23:52,926
Listen... Listen to me. I
know about these things.

1715
01:23:52,961 --> 01:23:54,762
I know these things. I'm
an expert at these things.

1716
01:23:54,796 --> 01:23:57,064
What things?

1717
01:23:57,098 --> 01:23:58,799
Show business, linda.

1718
01:23:58,833 --> 01:24:00,968
Putting on a show.

1719
01:24:01,002 --> 01:24:02,369
Will you grant me that?

1720
01:24:02,404 --> 01:24:05,339
Sure. All right.

1721
01:24:05,373 --> 01:24:07,875
The amount of time I spent
with the ronettes,

1722
01:24:07,909 --> 01:24:12,513
the crystals, with darlene, with
the bobby socks, with tina,

1723
01:24:12,547 --> 01:24:15,282
on their clothes,
on their dresses.

1724
01:24:15,316 --> 01:24:18,185
One might have even whispered
at the time, many things...

1725
01:24:18,219 --> 01:24:19,520
Philip...

1726
01:24:19,554 --> 01:24:21,221
One might have even... listen to me.
Listen to me, linda.

1727
01:24:21,289 --> 01:24:26,527
One might have even whispered,
"this man is queer."

1728
01:24:26,561 --> 01:24:29,063
Further, had I been queer,

1729
01:24:29,097 --> 01:24:32,199
it wouldn't have mattered
because I never cared

1730
01:24:32,233 --> 01:24:34,201
who put what into whom.

1731
01:24:34,235 --> 01:24:37,004
What business was that of mine?

1732
01:24:37,038 --> 01:24:38,038
I'm quoted on that.

1733
01:24:39,874 --> 01:24:41,942
Yes, we're coming.

1734
01:24:41,976 --> 01:24:43,777
I presume they want us
back in court.

1735
01:24:43,812 --> 01:24:44,912
Yes, that's it.

1736
01:24:44,946 --> 01:24:46,547
So...

1737
01:24:48,216 --> 01:24:54,354
I want you to put
your mind at rest.

1738
01:24:54,389 --> 01:24:58,492
When I'm up there, should they
mention my hair, and they may,

1739
01:24:58,526 --> 01:25:01,361
I'll be proud to tell them
just what I told you.

1740
01:25:03,832 --> 01:25:06,333
All right?

1741
01:25:06,367 --> 01:25:10,370
I'm ready.

1742
01:25:10,405 --> 01:25:12,206
All right.

1743
01:25:12,240 --> 01:25:15,409
I'm ready.

1744
01:25:15,443 --> 01:25:17,978
All rise.

1745
01:25:18,012 --> 01:25:20,447
The superior court for the county
of los angeles, hear ye, hear ye,

1746
01:25:20,482 --> 01:25:23,016
"people vs. Philip spector."

1747
01:25:23,051 --> 01:25:25,552
The honorable judge larry
paul fidler presiding.

1748
01:25:25,587 --> 01:25:27,154
All having business before
this court come forward

1749
01:25:27,188 --> 01:25:28,288
and you will be heard.

1750
01:25:28,323 --> 01:25:29,289
Be seated.

1751
01:25:34,896 --> 01:25:36,730
ms. baden,
I believe you wanted to call

1752
01:25:36,764 --> 01:25:39,244
one more witness
for the defense.

1753
01:25:43,371 --> 01:25:46,173
Counselor?

1754
01:25:49,677 --> 01:25:53,514
ms. baden, I'm waiting.

1755
01:25:53,548 --> 01:25:54,481
[Clears throat.

1756
01:25:54,516 --> 01:25:56,884
Counselor!

1757
01:25:56,918 --> 01:25:59,486
Yes, your honor. I'm sorry.

1758
01:26:02,323 --> 01:26:07,461
The defense calls... The defense calls dr.
werner spitz.

1759
01:26:09,864 --> 01:26:11,865
Excuse me.

1760
01:26:11,900 --> 01:26:13,734
All right.

1761
01:26:13,768 --> 01:26:15,102
Excuse me.

1762
01:26:20,441 --> 01:26:22,809
Philip, we'll just...
Let's see tomorrow,

1763
01:26:22,844 --> 01:26:24,077
we'll see how it goes.

1764
01:26:24,112 --> 01:26:26,346
Raise your right hand.

1765
01:26:26,381 --> 01:26:29,082
Do you solemnly swear that the
testimony you're about to give

1766
01:26:29,117 --> 01:26:30,484
in the matter now
before this court...

1767
01:26:30,518 --> 01:26:33,987
Phil spector has arrived.
Take a look behind me

1768
01:26:34,022 --> 01:26:37,491
as his mercedes begins to make
its way down the drive.

1769
01:26:37,525 --> 01:26:40,894
You can see his driver going at
a very fast speed

1770
01:26:40,929 --> 01:26:43,597
while the protesters are yelling
"justice for lana."

1771
01:26:43,631 --> 01:26:46,633
Here he comes as he makes his
way down the street,

1772
01:26:46,668 --> 01:26:52,272
up to his mansion, and he's
pulling up to... Go ahead.

1773
01:26:52,307 --> 01:26:53,307
No, no, no, no, no.

1774
01:26:53,341 --> 01:26:54,274
Stop. Get back.

1775
01:26:54,309 --> 01:26:55,576
Hold on.

1776
01:26:55,610 --> 01:26:56,910
On the driveway...

1777
01:27:03,685 --> 01:27:04,685
I've got one for you.

1778
01:27:04,719 --> 01:27:05,686
All right.

1779
01:27:05,720 --> 01:27:07,387
Why the barbed wire?

1780
01:27:07,422 --> 01:27:08,989
To keep people out.

1781
01:27:09,023 --> 01:27:12,626
Nobody was trying to get in.

1782
01:27:12,660 --> 01:27:15,662
Why does the monster
live in a castle?

1783
01:27:15,697 --> 01:27:17,531
Why does the minotaur
live in a cave?

1784
01:27:17,565 --> 01:27:19,333
I mean, he could live
wherever he wanted.

1785
01:27:19,367 --> 01:27:21,235
Why does he live in a cave?

1786
01:27:21,269 --> 01:27:23,537
Why does the minotaur
live in a cave?

1787
01:27:23,571 --> 01:27:26,306
To keep himself
from doing harm.

1788
01:27:26,341 --> 01:27:28,375
But he came out.

1789
01:27:34,582 --> 01:27:38,151
I believe he is not guilty.

1790
01:27:38,186 --> 01:27:40,220
Are you sure?

1791
01:27:40,255 --> 01:27:42,289
No.

1792
01:27:42,323 --> 01:27:44,558
But I have a reasonable doubt.

1793
01:27:46,127 --> 01:27:47,861
This is brian jennings.

1794
01:27:47,895 --> 01:27:50,998
Another day, another
turn in the saga.

1795
01:27:51,032 --> 01:27:55,068
Phil spector retired for the
night to his home that

1796
01:27:55,103 --> 01:27:56,737
that he calls his "castle."

1797
01:27:56,771 --> 01:27:59,006
And we'll leave you
for tonight, too.
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