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Marathon Man

Marathon Man

Marathon Man is a gripping thriller film released in 1976, directed by John Schlesinger and based on the novel of the same name written by William Goldman. Starring an impressive cast which includes Dustin Hoffman, Laurence Olivier, and Roy Scheider, Marathon Man takes viewers on a heart-pounding journey filled with mystery, suspense, and intense moments that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Dustin Hoffman delivers a remarkable performance as Thomas "Babe" Levy, a graduate student and avid marathon runner who becomes unwittingly entangled in a web of espionage and conspiracy. Having lost his father at a young age due to suicide, Babe finds himself confronted with his family's dark past when his brother, played by Roy Scheider, a government agent, reappears after years of being absent. Scheider's character warns Babe to be careful, as their late father may have had more secrets than they ever realized.

However, it is Laurence Olivier who steals the show with his exceptional portrayal of Dr. Christian Szell, a sadistic and ruthless former Nazi dentist turned war criminal. Szell is on the run, hunting for stolen diamonds that he believes Babe's brother possesses. Olivier's chilling performance makes Szell one of the most memorable villains in cinematic history, as he inflicts horrifying torture on Babe in his cruel pursuit of the precious stones.

The film is expertly crafted, with the direction of John Schlesinger serving to intensify the tension and suspense. Schlesinger masterfully builds each scene, creating a palpable atmosphere of fear and anxiety. One of the most iconic sequences in the film involves Babe being interrogated by Szell, who uses dental tools to extract information and cause excruciating pain. This scene is a nerve-wracking display of psychological warfare, showcasing the brilliance of both Hoffman and Olivier in their respective roles.

The soundtrack of Marathon Man, composed by Michael Small, enhances the film's suspenseful atmosphere. The haunting and atmospheric score perfectly accompanies the high-stakes moments, heightening the tension and leaving audiences on the edge of their seats. From the intense, pulsating sounds during the chase scenes to the eerie and lingering melodies underscoring the more intimate moments, Small's music elevates the film's overall impact.

For fans of the movie and its soundtrack alike, the opportunity to play and download these sounds is available. By accessing your preferred music platform or visiting a dedicated website, such as marathonmansoundtrack.com, you can immerse yourself in the chilling soundscape of the film. Whether you are reliving the thrilling moments and iconic scenes or simply appreciating the composition as a standalone work, the ability to enjoy these sounds at your leisure is a definite advantage.

Marathon Man remains a timeless classic, captivating audiences with its intense story, superb performances, and expert craftsmanship. The combination of talent brought together by Hoffman, Olivier, and Scheider, as well as the direction of John Schlesinger, makes for a truly unforgettable viewing experience. The film's gripping narrative, filled with twists and turns, keeps viewers engrossed from start to finish, ensuring that Marathon Man will always be remembered as an exceptional thriller.

So, whether you are a fan of suspenseful movies, a connoisseur of remarkable performances, or simply seeking an exhilarating experience, Marathon Man is a film that should not be missed. Immerse yourself in its gripping story and explore the depths of its exemplary cast, and don't forget to play and download the captivating sounds of the film, allowing you to relive the intensity whenever and wherever you desire.

A chapter, I see. Yes, interesting.
A girlfriend in my building.
A guy in my office, a ski bum, a pain in the ass about skiing.
A live, freshly cut nerve is infinitely more sensitive,
A rich, successful businessman. My father would have disowned him.
A tiny place. Verbier.
Again.
Ah, Levy. Good of you to come. Won't you join us?
All finished, Henry. Thank you.
All right, guys. Let's go, move out of there.
All right, I got it. Here it is.
All right, you may go.
All right.
All right. I'll see you again.
All the branches are competitive.
All this happened because you were afraid you were gonna be robbed?
Also, LeClerc was not expecting me.
An explosion and fire, which you see behind me.
And if I'm unable to conclude my business by 1:00?
And if it matters, Levy, I wept the day he died.
And if you don't mind, I'd like to use you as bait.
And if you get hungry, I'll send the waiter to McDonald's.
And that you will once again fly with us. Muchas gracias.
And then, just when you think you have your possession sure,
And what the CIA doesn't wanna deal with, we step in.
And you two work together?
And you're on your way.
Any changes?
Any way you can skin it is your business.
Are you all right? Did you get my note?
Are you always so incompetent with women?
Are you sure?
Are you talking to me?
Around the size of my little fingernail.
As far as we're concerned, Mr Szell, you're a relic.
At any event, my writing is childish still, but I'm a fanatic about spoken language.
At least his fly is buttoned.
Babe, you gotta do one thing for me, just one thing.
Babe!
Babe!
Babe!
Babe! Babe.
Babe? What's the time?
Babe...
Behind schedule?
Blow it out your ass, motherfucker.
Bonjour. Commander. We're meeting tonight, right?
Boss, is that his name? Boss?
Boy, something has gotten you.
Brilliant, yeah?
But it won't come to anything.
But it's gotta be done, you can understand that, right?
But of the charges, I know he was innocent.
But there's no shortage of historians.
But they'll be your tracks, they won't be his.
But we must talk. Truthfully.
But we're talking about an objective doctoral thesis.
But whoever killed him will probably want to speak to you.
But you weren't sure.
Bye.
Bye.
Bye.
Can I take you and Elsa to lunch tomorrow?
Can you move it?
Christopher Hesse. How do you do?
Close the door for the light, sir. No one can enter.
Come here. Listen, man, it's past my bedtime.
Come in.
Come on back!
Come on, unlock it.
Come on!
Come on!
Come on! Come on back!
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on. Open. Open. It's okay.
Come on. Who said that?
Come.
Considering what your brother did. And your father, of course.
Coolidge breaking up the Boston police strike,
Cops will be here soon.
Creepy!
Cut the bullshit. Tell me where Szell is.
Damn it!
Der Weiße Engel is here!
Der Weiße Engel is here. Oh, my God. Stop him.
Der Weiße Engel. He has to be stopped.
Did you think I was dead?
Do I have to hear a lecture on the glories of a Burgundy again?
Do you know that, you senile, old cooker?
Do you miss home? I bet you do.
Do you want me to become a corporate hustler like you?
Doc lived in Washington, which is the centre of...
Doc was desperate to get here. Remember anything he said?
Doc!
Doc?
Doesn't matter. I could take you with one hand.
Don't give me shit about my behaviour. Not after what you've been pulling.
Don't worry about me. Worry about yourself.
Don't you ever clean this armpit of a place?
Don't you tell me to langsamer, you Kraut meathead!
Don't you think he was innocent, sir?
Don't you want to take a closer look than that?
Easy. Easy.
Eat.
Elsa, why don't you move away, give the boy some room to breathe?
Erhard!
Everything all right, sir?
Everything went fine till his brother got killed by an oil truck.
Excuse me, sir. Would you mind putting on this tie?
Excuse me, that's not my suit.
Excuse me.
Face it. The old man is dead. He was a drunk. He killed himself.
Fifteen...
First after a lifetime of being taken by friends and enemies alike,
For a liberal pacifist, you've got some sense of vengeance.
Frankly, I am disappointed in your silence.
Get a cab and get over here. I've got plenty of room.
Get going! How do you like that?
Get him!
Get off my back! They've been after me for two hours!
Get out!
Get rid of him.
Get up.
Go get them!
Go on, you son of a bitch!
Go on! Get going, you Mercedes bastard!
Go!
Go.
God, you are pretty.
Gonna time yourself in the shower?
Good evening, sir.
Good evening.
Good.
Goodbye.
Gotta change... Come on, start.
Ha!
Hardly original, but effective enough. I think you'll agree.
He did experiments at Auschwitz.
He didn't start to drink till after the hearings.
He died in your arms.
He had a bunch of political hacks called "the Tweed ring".
He knew nothing. If he'd known, he would have told.
He said my name a couple of times.
He started out with gold, naturally, but went on to diamonds.
He took it from the ****' teeth before he burned them.
He travelled far and in great pain to do that.
He was afraid you'd be disappointed in him, I expect.
He was bald.
He was called The White Angel, Der Weiße Engel, due to his white hair.
He was guilty of being arrogant and brilliant and of being naive.
He'll bring others!
He's a beast. He's a murderer. You must stop him.
He's always going on about Verbier. Right at the foot of Mount Rosa?
He's at a bank at 58th and Madison.
He's been dead for 20 years, and he was innocent.
He's hiding out in Uruguay.
He's not alive any more.
He's not coming to America, Mr Janeway. He's here.
He's on the north ramp. Come on, for Christ sakes!
He's shaved his head! He's here, and he's panicked.
Heard this?
Hello? Hi, Elsa.
Help!
Help!
Help!
Help! Help!
Help! Help!
Help! Help! Please!
Here comes the Creep. Yo, Melendez.
Here is a dime, man. Here's some more change.
Here. Take this and just give me a dime.
Hesse of Golders Green, since '33, when we got out of Germany.
Hey, get some glasses.
Hey!
Hey! You maniac, you!
Hey.
Hey. Creepy! Hey, twinkle toes!
Highest marks.
His brother took the diamonds to America
Hold it!
How am I to fathom your mind if you continue to hide it from me?
How can you live like this?
How did you find it?
How do you like that?
Huh?
Hurry up!
I almost got my ass blown off at the flea market.
I always wanted to visit London.
I bet you still have that goddamn gun.
I can't give you that much. That much I don't make.
I can't hear.
I can't talk about how smart you are. I don't know you. I'm done lying.
I can't tell you if something is safe or not
I can't!
I come from a family of historians. My card is proof.
I could pay my tuition for what this meal costs.
I couldn't give a fuck about you...
I couldn't keep it in the shop.
I didn't mean to imply...
I didn't want this to happen, but I couldn't trust them.
I don't care. Forget it. It didn't happen.
I don't have to worry about clearing him, because he was innocent.
I don't know anything.
I don't know anything.
I don't know anything.
I don't know anything.
I don't know what it was about. The valet came into the wrong room.
I don't know, Babe. I...
I don't know.
I don't know.
I don't know. About 5:00.
I don't mind you hiring him, but getting my brother involved?
I don't need work papers. I'm a student here.
I don't think he knows anything. I think he knows too much.
I don't think the police are coming.
I don't think you've heard the news.
I don't. It's just that you're pretty.