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Good Morning, Vietnam (1987) Soundboard

Good Morning, Vietnam (1987) Soundboard

Good Morning, Vietnam is a renowned American war-comedy film released in 1987. Directed by Barry Levinson, it stars the incredibly talented and iconic actor Robin Williams in one of his most memorable roles. The movie tells the story of Adrian Cronauer, an irreverent and unconventional DJ who is assigned to the Armed Forces Radio Service during the Vietnam War.

Set in 1965, Good Morning, Vietnam showcases the contrast between the harsh realities of war and the power of humor in the face of adversity. Adrian Cronauer, played flawlessly by Robin Williams, brings a fresh and comical perspective to the monotonous and strict military radio broadcasts. His morning show quickly becomes a hit among the soldiers, but it also attracts the attention of higher-ranking officials who are not too pleased with his unconventional style.

Williams' energetic and improvisational performance as Adrian Cronauer brings the character to life, blending his unique brand of humor with genuine moments of emotion. His portrayal perfectly captures the power of comedy as a coping mechanism during times of intense hardship. Through his radio broadcasts, Cronauer provides a much-needed escape and source of entertainment for the soldiers serving in Vietnam.

The film also features memorable performances by Forest Whitaker, who plays the kind-hearted and lovable soldier Edward Garlick, and Tung Thanh Tran, who portrays Tuan, a young Vietnamese man who befriends Cronauer. The chemistry between the cast members adds depth and authenticity to the story, highlighting the friendships and connections that can form in such challenging circumstances.

The soundtrack of Good Morning, Vietnam is a standout feature of the film. It brilliantly captures the essence of the 1960s and immerses viewers in the unique atmosphere of the time. The soundtrack includes popular songs from the era, such as "Nowhere to Run" by Martha and the Vandellas, "Eve of Destruction" by Barry McGuire, and "What's Going On" by Marvin Gaye. These iconic songs perfectly complement the narrative, bringing a sense of nostalgia and enhancing the emotional impact of the story.

If you are interested in reliving the sounds of this era or experiencing the magic of Good Morning, Vietnam, you can play and download the film's soundtrack or search for the movie itself, available on various streaming platforms.

Good Morning, Vietnam remains a beloved classic, not only for its comedic moments but also for its genuine portrayal of the human spirit in times of war. It captures the ability of laughter and music to bring people together and offers a poignant reflection on the power of compassion in the face of adversity. With its timeless performances and memorable soundtrack, this film continues to resonate with audiences even decades after its initial release. So, sit back, play the soundtrack, or watch the movie, and be transported to a time when laughter and music were the salve for the wounds of war.

A man does not refer to Pat Boone as a beautiful genius if things are all right.
A man with limp, damaged hair, but nevertheless a fireball.
A truck's bumper was this far from my nose.
Actually, what I am, sir,
Affirmative, sir. Good.
Again, we've got our friend from military intelligence.
Am I being fairly clear?
And don't say that the weather is the same all the time here,
And good evening sounds too depressing
And I'm not used to girls being that quiet unless they're medicated.
And many, many more, but we need to hear your requests.
And now an item of special note
And now direct from Crete,
And there's a man who's screaming out to be made fun of.
And they could power a small New Hampshire town
And we wish you good luck and success.
And what about Jimmy Wah's?
Anyway, there's this guy from the 1 st Battalion, 2nd I nfantry,
Arranging rakes by sizes for my mom in the garage.
Ask for the books by author, title and subject,
Black man's going, It's just for the tip. That's all I need is the tip.
But if you toy with me,
But it doesn't mean we can't have a few laughs
But you are a maniac, and you'd better start changing your life.
By a ******* scientist in Switzerland, Dr. Feintush.
Call police, quick.
Carries with it penalties on the stiff side, if you know what I mean.
Carry on, Montesque. Carry on.
CRONAUER [ON RADIO]: This is AFVN, rocking you from the Delta to the DMZ.
CRONAUER: Any food on this street that doesn't give you diarrhoea?
CRONAUER: Merry Christmas. If you believe in Santa...
CRONAUER: Merry Christmas. McPHERSON: Bingo
CRONAUER: Ten, 15 miles?
CRONAUER: You can't just leave them. This boy's gone, soldier.
Didn't we meet last year at the Feinman bar mitzvah?
Dr. Heimlich Feintush
Due to a yearly mail rush at that time.
Excuse me, girls. Hello, hello.
First, our fashion report from Special Forces Sgt. Ernest Lee Sincere.
From England, today, Princess Margaret threw a shoe.
Funny is good.
GARLICK: Don't worry, it'll go great. This way, sir.
GARLICK: Give me your best shot. Lay something on me.
GARLICK: How far you think we've gone?
GARLICK: I'll take care of it pronto, sir. You could get in trouble for that.
General likes easy listening. I have to inform you...
Got some songs going out right now to a couple of guys
He mean that as compliment.
Hey, hey.
Hey, I know it's not the morning, but that's my trademark
Hey, this has been Fiction and Fact from Marty Lee's almanac.
Hold on a minute, sir.
How's it going up there? Adrian, it's not going exactly well.
I can't, it's still paddling.
I don't know. I'm just so happy.
I Left My Heart in San Francisco, of course, Moonlight in Vermont,
I like that. Makes me feel, uh, British or something.
I run the station according to strict guidelines set by military intelligence.
I think there's an incredible coincidence here.
I wanna introduce you to someone right now from my English class
I want you to play this.
I work for a living, airman.
I'm just so full of semen. I haven't gotten laid yet.
I'm the tallest hog in the trough around here.
I'm... She's getting away. Edward, get the jeep, get the jeep.
I've been looking forward to meeting you. Listen, could you do me a favour?
If someone is not telling the truth, you say that they are full of..
Is it me or is Jimmy light in the loafers?
Is your Armed Forces Radio Saigon assistant
It says so in the memo
It's going to be an exciting day of listening and learning,
It's too dangerous staying here.
Keep going! Keep going!
Let's go. Let's boogaloo till we puke
Let's play this backwards and see if it gets any better.
Lieutenant Steven Hauk is our immediate supervisor.
Listen, it's an actual event
Look, up there. Pull.
MP 1: Get back.
My God, it's Mardi gras, and I'm on the main float.
My mother is dead.
My son, the shadow of your ass would weigh 20 pounds
My village not too far from here. You could come there for resting.
My whole life passed before my eyes, and it wasn't even interesting to me.
Never fail you. You guys mind if we make an unscheduled stop?
NIXON [ON TAPE]: By plane, by helicopter and also by automobile.
No, hot? No, it's fucking great
No, I'm actually hungry.
Not police action and coffee remarks.
Now is when I stop talking.
Oh, you got it. James, nice, shiny green suit.
Okay. It's blocked in by a truck.
Operates libraries at six locations in the Republic of Vietnam.
Patrick O'Ma... O'Malley.
People are depending on you.
Personal missing luggage...
Please be polite and to the point at all times.
Please, okay?
Pope actually found to be *******, Liberace is Anastasia,
See you.
Sergeant major.
SERGEANT: Get him out of here
SERGEANT: Left, left, left, right, left.
Shape of the blue.
Sir, I really don't think that you wanna use any of those records, sir
Sir, it wouldn't work, I don't think.
Sir, sir, reading the news is one thing,
Sir! Sir, I tell you, this is not safe!
Sir! Sir, we have to get some dignity here.
Sir? What about the show?
SLOAN: What we're gonna talk about today is shopping.
SOLDIER 15: We love you, man.
SOLDIER 6: Moe. GARLICK: Guess again.
Sometimes your face look like a fish in the Gulf of Thailand.
Speak your piece, Dick.
Stamp collections, pulling chickweed from my dad's dichondra plants
STUDENTS: Flip them the bird. A bird.
Thank you, Marty. Silky smooth sounds, get out of here
That about wraps it up for me, Marty Lee,
That's a joke, right? I get it.
The Armed Forces sincerely regrets any inconvenience
The card should be no larger than 4 by 5 inches
The Department of Defence wants final say.
The leaves, they fall upon the helmets, says yes to me.
The men all hate Hauk. They want Cronauer back.
The Vietnam conflict?
There is no such thing as only anymore. Not now, not in Saigon.
There she is
There. Whoa, jeez, it almost blew up in my face.
There's actually no rubber on these tyres.
They have pictures of him. If they find him, they will shoot him.
They're having a great...
They're not a leper, they're not gonna go:
Things just jump out at you.
This is not military issue, airman. What sort of uniform is that?
This news is not official, airman.
Time to take that big orange pill
To get your ass back on the air.
Try it
Tuan is also known as Phan Duc Tho.
TUAN: Come on. Okay.
Walkin' in the Wind.
We are not firing you. The boys are depending on you
We are not going to escalate a whole war
We have to go to Washington to Weather Central to Walter Cronkite.
We have to have training. When I think you're ready, I'll try.
We still have a few minutes before your show begins, sir.
We're back. Here's the news.
We're going in circles. Stick with me, I don't wanna go around again.
We're here to help this country!
We've got our traffic report up there on the Ho Chi Minh Trail.
Welcome the silky smooth sound of Airman Adrian Cronauer.
Well, I had you there, babe, but then you lost me at the end
Well, we originally wanted Bob Hope, but turns out he won't come.
What is a lakai?
What, sir?
What's up?
When it's time to read the news, you just take it off these machines here.
Where am I gonna take requests? Where can you call from?
With nothing to say and no way to do it?
Write to the HSAS Library.
Yeah, now, then you say, Groovy, yeah.
Yes, I'm sure that wasn't Walter Cronkite.
You come out.
You could see how we live.
You don't think I can come up with something good?
You know, Walter Brennan from The Real McCoys, the TV show?
You're a very sick man. You know that, don't you?
You're in more dire need of a blow job than any white man in history.
You're in Southeast Asia now, pal. You got your cushy little assignment.
You're under arrest, Cronauer.
Ba Muy Ba beer, best beer in Vietnam. Ba Muy Ba beer, only beer in Vietnam
Come on, come on. You like me because of my sister.
Cooked with...
Guy Monaco.
Guys, Tuan. Have a seat, man.
Hey, Tuan. How you doing?
I'm reading this. No, I can't let you do that.
Look at the new friend. A little too young for you
Mad at me, and he could Al Hirt me.
No effect on me.
Shut up. Okay
That's a deal. It's a deal?
the one and the only king of the airwaves, You're a dead man.
What'd he say? TUAN: He say you drink too much already.
Where you going to? Nha Trang.
Where's that? The noodles, remember?
You forget the girl. Oh, I'll let her say no.
You gotta tell me where your brother is. I don't know.
You wanna take the ball? No.
...when you get out of the Army?
[AS LAWRENCE WELK] Thank you for that lovely tune
[AS WALTER BRENNAN] Well, well, well, Luke. Well, well.
[EFFEMINATELY] I don't know.
[EFFEMINATELY] They're ruby slippers.
[IN NORMAL VOICE] Frenchy... You know, I really shouldn't kid Frenchy,
[IN NORMAL VOICE] Hey, that's it for me
[IN NORMAL VOICE] Let's play a little game.
[IN NORMAL VOICE] Oh, Frenchy.
[IN NORMAL VOICE] Thank you. Is it true that you've actually...?
[IN VIETNAMESE ACCENT] Lock 'n' loll, baby. Lock 'n' loll.