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Poster: artistallison Date: Apr 5, 2017 6:51pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Help finding a video?

There is a song by Tennyson called "The Usual Mr. Nordin" in which a few lines of dialogue are used. The creator of the song has been asked numerous times where the dialogue came from, but all he could give was a link to this collection of over 6000 films. Fans are dying to know where it came from but no one knows where to start to look. Any and all help would be appreciated.
The dialogue used has a woman saying "The usual, Mr. Nordin?"
The man replies "I want you to leave me alone."
Woman: "Can I take your order Mr. Nordin?"
Man: "I'll give you 87 dollars."
Woman: "The usual, Mr. Nordin?"
Man: "I should have killed myself when I had the chance."
Woman: "Can I take your order Mr. Nordin?"
Man: "I'd like to go home."
I wish I had more information to help narrow the search, but sadly that's all I have. I know I'll be looking but if anyone were to find it, please let me know that it is! Thanks!
Here's the song, if that might help: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRGSWByz_SI