Main Content
Sound Added to Your Favorites Soundboard

Log in or create an account to save your favorites, or they'll expire in 4 hours

Error Adding Sound
Error adding sound to your favorites.
Sound Reported
Sound reported and our moderators will review it shortly.
Error Reporting Sound
Error reporting sound. Please use the Contact page.
Home > Dead Poets Society (1989)
3 45
Dead Poets Society (1989)

Dead Poets Society (1989)

Dead Poets Society is a captivating film directed by Peter Weir and released in 1989. Set in a prestigious boarding school in the 1950s, it tells the story of an English teacher, John Keating, brilliantly portrayed by Robin Williams. Keating inspires his students to embrace poetry, literature, and individuality, challenging the conformist norms of the institution. The talented cast includes Robert Sean Leonard, Ethan Hawke, and Josh Charles, among others, as the students who form the secret society of poetry lovers. With its thought-provoking script and exceptional performances, Dead Poets Society became a classic. If you're eager to immerse yourself in the film's enchanting atmosphere, you can play and download its sounds here.

A girl this beautiful in love with such a jerk.
A good persuasion. Therefore, hear me, Hermia.
A major theme not only in poetry, but life.
A man is not very tired, he is exhausted.
A realist.
A Shakespearean sonnet, on the other hand,
A sweaty toothed madman with a stare that pounds my brain.
A sweaty toothed madman.
About as much as you look forward to root canal work.
About some unorthodox teaching methods, in your classroom.
About your passion for acting. You ever show him that?
Abraham Cowley.
Acting's everything to me. I...
Again, please.
Ah. So you are.
Aha!
Ahem. We're trying very hard to understand why it is that you insist on defying us.
Ahem. You know how much this means to your mother, don't you?
Alfred Lord Tennyson.
All of you, down. I want you seated.
All right, all right. Jesus.
All right, but you still shouldn't have done it, Charlie.
All right, gentlemen. Five minutes.
All right, goddamn it.
All right, intermission.
All right, now, I didn't bring them up here to ridicule them.
All right, then, we'll start over.
All right, they're putting it on at Henley Hall.
All right?
All right. Who's in?
All right. Who's in?
All that's best of dark and bright
All the good ones go for jerks, you know that.
Amen, amen, to that fair prayer, say I;
Amen.
Amen.
And 'tailor' cries, and falls into a cough;
And a wise man understands which is called for.
And all will be forgiven.
And are we just playing around out there, or do we mean what we say?
And are we just playing around out there, or do we mean what we say?
And at that point, he will indicate to you to light the candles of the boys.
And don't use "very sad," use... Come on, Mr. Overstreet, you twerp.
And English, and trig.
And enrolling you in Braden Military School.
And go quietly about the business of achieving other ambitions."
And gods were created, gentlemen.
And have failed just as surely as you will fail.
And he's having a party.
And he's never asked me what I want.
And here my mistress. Would that he were gone!
And I suppose you would promise that this would be the end of it.
And I've decided that you should drop the school annual.
And if he has trouble breathing, you can give him some of those.
And if the rest of you are smart, you'll do exactly what I did.
And if you guys are smart, you will do exactly what I did and cooperate.
And in the enchantment of the moment, we'd let poetry work its magic.
And its importance is plotted on the vertical,
And Keating's marked a bunch of other pages.
And learn our rhyme and meter
And let me assure you, I will find them.
And line up single file.
And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits,
And more than 75 percent of those went on to the Ivy League.
And necessary to sustain life.
And no, at that time, I was not the mental giant you see before you.
And not, when I had come to die, discover that I had not lived."
And on her wither'd dewlap pour the ale.
And once these questions have been answered,
And once these questions have been answered,
And one day at dawn With her night shift on
And people would kick copies of Byron in my face.
And peruse some of the faces from the past.
And report on them every five weeks.
And some of the chapters on post Civil War literature.
And stared in horror
And take her hand.
And take turns reading from Thoreau, Whitman, Shelley, the biggies.
And the casualties could be your hearts and souls.
And the human race is filled with passion.
And the other new initiates now present.
And then the whole quire hold their hips and laugh,
And they're driving through the forest at night from a long trip.
And this old lady who had a passion for jigsaw puzzles
And this weak and idle theme, No more yielding but a dream,
And though we are not now
And to use it as a source of inspiration for reckless and self indulgent behavior.
And two:
And two: How important is that objective?
And waxen in their mirth and neeze and swear
And we didn't just read poetry, we let it drip from our tongues like honey.
And we...
And when she drink, against her lips I bob
And who, for the past several years,
And with trembling hands, she placed the last four pieces
And you can pick your teeth with a little paw."
And you will not let me down.
And you're out of this school.
And, good night, sweet friend:
And, oh, if he can't swallow, you give him one of these.
Answer him, Todd.
Answer me.
Anybody?
Anyone failing to turn in any homework assignment
Anything's better than Hell ton hash, Knox.
Are we gonna have a meeting, or what?
Are you crazy? What's wrong with that?
Armies of academics going forward measuring poetry.
As she pieced the puzzle together, she realized to her astonishment
As someone who writes something very interesting.
As you know,
As you proceed through the poetry in this book, practice this rating method.
Assume the position.
At the face of a demented madman at the window.
At the request of Neil's family,
At these boys' age? Not on your life.
Aw, pbbt. Boo.
Aye, aye, captain.
Back by 9? Please, come on in.
Banners up.
Bastard.
Be gone, J. Evans Pritchard, Ph.D.
Because the longer you wait to begin, the less likely you are to find it at all.
Because we are food for worms, lads.
Because you can forget that.
Because you'll miss some golden opportunities.
Because, believe it or not, each and every one of us in this room
Because, you see, gentlemen, these boys are now fertilizing daffodils.
Being in the club means being stirred up by things.
Believe what you want, but I say let Keating fry.
Big alums. How'd you swing that?
Bonne chance, gentlemen.
Boys, you must strive to find your own voice.
Bright light shines from her eyes.
Bring her down the stage and stop, and, "There, gentle Hermia." Try again.
Bubba, this guy look like Mutt Sanders to you, or what?
Burn that. Especially my picture.
Business as usual, huh?
But at least he's letting me stay in the play.
But being in means you gotta do something,
But he doesn't know, he...
But he'll be gone at least four days.
But he's planning the rest of my life for me,
But I don't think you've really looked at them.
But I might not.
But I think he's gonna let me stay with acting.
But I...
But if any of you have seen Mr. Marlon Brando,
But if you listen real close,
But life is complete Contentment is mine
But only average on the horizontal.
But only in their dreams Can men be truly free
But poetry, beauty, romance, love,
But that's 10 more years.
But what?
But you can save yourselves.
But you deliberately deceived me.
But you must trust that your beliefs are unique, your own.
But, father, I can't. It wouldn't be fair.
But, of course, my father wouldn't let me.
But, room, fairy! Here comes Oberon.
By society member Henry David Thoreau.
Called Robin Goodfellow.
Cameron, you fool.
Can I help you?
Can you believe it?
Captain?
Carpe diem, that's "seize the day."
Carpe diem.
Carpe diem.
Carpe. Carpe.
Carpe...
Carpe...
Chaos screaming, chaos dreaming Gotta do more, gotta be more.
Charlie Dalton.
Charlie, help me.
Charlie, I got it.
Charlie, I got the part. Rah!
Charlie, tell me why they swoon. Charlie.
Charlie, what are you doing?
Charlie, you had no right to do something like that.
Charlie.
Chet found out, and it took everything I could do
Chet, can you get that?
CHRIS Hello?
Chris, you can't be in here.
Chris.
Chris.
Chris.
Come on, Charlie, let it fill your soul.
Come on, folks, it's Friday night. Let's get on with the meeting.
Come on, I need my...
Come on, Knox. It'll help you get Chris.
Come on, Knox. Join in.
Come on, let's go. On the bus, boys, now.
Come on, Meeks. Listen to the music.
Come on, Neil. Here's your crown. Let's go.
Come on, Nuwanda, we're gonna miss Neil's entrance.
Come on, Spaz. I have to brush my teeth.
Come on, Todd, I'm trying to fix this.
Come on, Todd, step up. Let's put you out of your misery.
Come on, you can't yawp sitting down. Let's go. Come on, up.
Come on, you can't yawp sitting down. Let's go. Come on, up.
Come on.
Come see for yourselves. Come on.
Come, my friends
Come.
Consider what you think.
Could you give that back?
Count aloud, Mr. Dalton.
Courtyard?
Creak.
Creak.
Cut out that racket in there.
Cutting through the forest With a golden track.
Cutting through the forest With a golden track.
Cutting through the forest With a golden track.
Cutting through the forest With a golden track.
Cutting through the forest With a golden track.
Cutting through the forest With a golden track.
Cutting through the forest With a golden track.