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Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)

Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)

"Good Morning, Vietnam" is a popular film released in 1987. Starring Robin Williams as Adrian Cronauer, a charming radio DJ stationed in Vietnam during the war, the movie portrays his humorous and engaging broadcasts that uplift the spirits of soldiers. With Williams' incredible performance, the film brilliantly combines comedy and drama to depict the realities of war. The soundtrack features a mix of classic hits from the 1960s, enhancing the movie's nostalgic atmosphere. You can relive these unforgettable sounds from "Good Morning, Vietnam" by playing and downloading them here.

A bar brawl, that's one, Cronauer.
A conviction on a charge of treason against the United States
A friend?
A little conference here, Wilk. A little conference, time out, everyone.
A little dignity!
A little of this: Whoo whoo whoo.
A South Vietnamese boy with you and Garlick.
A woman by the river going,
Absolutely not.
Adrian Cronauer is on temporary assignment
Adrian Cronauer is on temporary assignment,
Adrian Cronauer, Gls, a wacky and welcome addition...
Adrian Cronauer.
Adrian Cronauer.
Affirmative, sir.
AFRS Radio is owned and operated by the United States government
After that country's unilateral declaration of independence.
AFVN better than AFVD, which means you have to get a quick shot.
Airman Cronauer requesting you to elaborate.
All of a sudden you...
All of a sudden, Well, I got drunk. All of a sudden, I went for a tattoo.
All right, guys, let's say goodbye to the radio star!
All right, in Saigon today, according to official sources,
All right, this is Adrian Cronauer. I'm on at 6:00 and again at 4.
All right!
All right?
All right.
All the news that's new and approved by the U.S. Army,
Also Elizab... Queen Elizabeth, Liz...
Also Elizab... Queen Elizabeth, Liz...
Also, tea would fall into that category.
Also, the pope decided today to release Vatican related bath products.
Always rinse you razor with cold water instead of hot.
American personnel can check out a book
An incredible coincidence, some more songs.
An incredible thing. Yes, it's the new Pope on a Rope.
An Loc? Shit.
An Loc. And Cronauer would definitely be going along?
An Loc. His pass say An Loc.
And Airman Adrian Cronauer is going home today.
And all that's gonna be left in here are a couple of brain dead rednecks,
And as far as polkas, they are a much maligned musical taste.
And bearing a striking resemblance to myself
And company clerk.
And Ethel Merman jams Russian radar.
And fire department responded at what's believed to be unofficial
And for trusting, you is the best of the gently of what you say
And get ready for the Ho Chi Minh two step.
And goddamn it and stupid and crap.
And how lucky for me. Thank you very much for playing.
And I consider him a good, close personal friend.
And I don't want it dependent on a disc jockey.
And I gotta get on a plane and we have to do with what we can.
And I literally think that you owe it to all of them
And I'd like to get to know all of you
And I'll be filling in until he arrives, hopefully, sometime this morning.
And I'm stupid enough to save your bullshit life at An Loc.
And if you do happen to speak with him,
And it makes me a little nervous.
And my older brother, who be 29 years old, he dead.
And now here are the headlines.
And now they tell me that my best friend is the goddamn enemy.
And operates on an assigned carrier frequency of 540 at 749 megahertz.
And perhaps some night, we could maybe get together
And play those tapes on the radio?
And should describe the contents of your duffel.
And some sort of social infection that doesn't go away.
And thanks so much for joining us.
And then try and take her into a bed.
And they buy her some expensive food, and then lie about money.
And they won't be off the sand till November. Ha ha ha! Bada bing!
And Third Man Theme on the Kirk I nternational...
And this is just radio.
And this one is brought to you by our friends at the Pentagon.
And try and cook him down, maybe a little barbecue.
And two men whose identities are still not known were unofficially dead.
And we learned a lot from you.
And we're having a major difficulty in finding the enemy.
And what fun would that be?
And which Marx brother would that be, private? Zeppo?
And who gave anyone permission to program modern music?
And whoever says yes, we shoot them.
And yet this boy can get in and out without a scratch.
And you.
And you're also very quiet.
And your selections will be mailed to you.
And, well, comedy is a kind of hobby of mine.
Andy Williams, Perry Como and certain ballads by Mr. Frank Sinatra.
Antics, damn it. Comedy of errors, like the Keystone Kops falling down.
Any girl who wants me this bad, I can't let her down.
Any movement on the Walter Brennan thing?
Anyway, he's the man that you don't want to aggravate.
Are asked to contact Lieutenant Sam Scheer.
Are asked to do so no later than August 13th
Are you planning, sir, to take some of the marijuana back to the United States?
Arf! Easy, girl, easy.
As all duffels look alike.
As I leave Vietnam today there is no doubt, certainly, in my mind...
Asking for Cronauer's reinstatement.
At 0600 hours and 1600 hours to hear that lunatic.
At ease. I'm General Taylor.
At this present moment.
Attention, shoppers. People, people, settle.
Aw, no. Ha ha ha.
Baby, help me, please.
Barring any change in the weather,
Basically, we talk, Hey, man, what's happening?
Because I intend to take issue with your performance.
Because I thought a certain segment of the men
Because it gets you on your toes better than a strong cup of cappuccino.
Because it's not.
Because sometimes he Stan Getz...
Because we not human to them.
Because, basically, I believe that that man is a misunderstood genius.
Been harassing me since the day I got off the plane.
Beyond sight and sound.
Big fucking deal.
Bob likes a big room, sir.
Bookworms, Headquarters Support Activities Saigon
Boston. You know who sang the song My Guy?
Britain imposed an oil embargo on Rhodesia today
Bullshit. I know Nixon personally.
But facts are facts.
But he left a farewell message for all you guys out there
But I can easily play an occasional Gary Lewis record.
But I warn you, you not like it when you get there.
But I'd like to delve into something slightly more personal
But I'm gonna turn you over right now to Mr. Excitement.
But I'm gonna turn you over right now to Mr. Warmth, Dan The Tan Levitan.
But my father's nice and he's not funny either.
But not before his humour cost the lives of three very fine individuals.
But regardless of what you read, airman,
But then do it by using comedy and humour.
But this stuff you wrote, it's not funny, sir. It's sad.
But watch the liberties you take.
But what about the silent masses who do?
But you're not crazy, you're mean.
But, boy, do I have a surprise for you.
But, hey, such is life. Me, I'm not much with power tools.
By having you write down your name, address,
By the food and flower vendors where you burn your mouth on the noodles.
Bye, bye bye.
Call me crazy, he's in Rome.
Can I help you?
Can we have...? Is there a psychiatrist here?
Can we please not get into this right now? You're in the middle of a show.
Can we try, My boyfriend's back? Anybody?
Can you believe the shape of those gals? Girls.
Can you envision some fairly unattractive alternatives?
Can you say something funny right this minute?
Can you tell us what you've found out about the enemy since you've been here?
Can't see dick.
Captain Hauk sucks the sweat off a dead man's balls.
Chattanooga Choo Choo, Meet Me In Chicago,
Cleveland? Vietnam's not that much of a change for you, then.
Come on, let me buy you a couple of beers. How about it?
Come on, pal, we'll make it.
Come on, sir. I n a couple of weeks, this'll be easy for you.
Come on, this is not the Catskills.
Come on, Wilkie, it's cursing class.
Come on, yes.
Come on, you're on in like two seconds.
Coming your way.
Corner of Viet Ho and Hguen Van Theiuh streets here in Saigon.
Could not drive in a convertible on highways.
Cowgirls are called gals.
Cretan camouflage.
CRONAUER [IN NORMAL VOICE]: Here's a coincidence:
CRONAUER [ON TAPE]: Well, I didn't make that suggestion, sir.
CRONAUER [SINGING]: Here she comes
CRONAUER [YELLS ON RADIO]: Good morning, Vietnam.
CRONAUER [YELLS ON TAPE]: Goodbye, Vietnam.
Cronauer, I'm sorry as hell about this thing.
CRONAUER: A very well hung Chihuahua.
CRONAUER: A khaki eclipse. TUAN: I better go now.
CRONAUER: All right! Thank you.
CRONAUER: Are you always this happy?
CRONAUER: Basically, it's hotter than a snake's ass in a waggon round up.
CRONAUER: Either of our names Earl? He calls everybody Earl.
CRONAUER: Have you considered a sex change?
CRONAUER: Here's a riddle for you.
CRONAUER: Hey, I'm Adrian Cronauer. I'm on again at 1600.
CRONAUER: How can you fight a war in this shit?
CRONAUER: How would you describe your sex life with your wife, Pat?
CRONAUER: I have to admit something to you.
CRONAUER: I was wondering if you could do your Mister Ed, because...
CRONAUER: I'm impressed.
CRONAUER: If I don't get to class,
CRONAUER: Is that a new rule? GARLICK: No, old rule.
CRONAUER: Jesus, enough.
CRONAUER: Oh, Edward, I'm in love. Think she likes seafood?
CRONAUER: Okay, everybody, let's play ball!
CRONAUER: Real homey, in an opium kind of way.
CRONAUER: Shit. GARLICK: One more time.
CRONAUER: So this is the country where they grow rattan love seats.
CRONAUER: So, what's wrong with that? TUAN: It's more devout here.
CRONAUER: Sounds like a couple of cops in Brooklyn,
CRONAUER: Thank you for that concise political commentary,
CRONAUER: Thank you. Hey.
CRONAUER: Under the Boardwalk, you know that one?
CRONAUER: Very good. All right, now. All right, let's recap now, okay.
CRONAUER: Warm? No, this is a setting for London broil.
CRONAUER: We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto.
CRONAUER: We've got a special man in the audience today, it's Mr. Leo.
CRONAUER: Well, first thing, Garlick, is you gotta requisition a new name.
CRONAUER: What are they doing? Oh, they're Buddhists.
CRONAUER: What do you think you'll do, Ed...
CRONAUER: What, sir? Oh, my God.
CRONAUER: Who will do the Cronauer show?
CRONAUER: Why do you make every town sound like a Mexican restaurant?
CRONAUER: Will you cut that out? We're the same rank.
CRONAUER: You all played a good game.
CRONAUER: You okay? GARLICK: Yeah.