剧本对白阅读-阿尔卡特兹的养鸟人Birdman of Alcatraz

阿尔卡特兹的养鸟人Birdman of Alcatraz
The incarcerated life of Robert Stroud at Leavenworth and Alcatraz from 1912 to 1959 – the last forty-three of those years in solitary confinement – is presented, that end date which is when he is about to leave Alcatraz for good, the result of the writings of advocate Thomas E. Gaddis. Stroud’s story starts in year three of his twelve year sentence for manslaughter. In the eyes of the authorities, he is seen as dangerous and unrepentant, not so much of the crime itself but of what they see as his stand against their authority. That attitude leads to him murdering someone else in prison, which ultimately results in a life sentence to be spent in solitary confinement. 更多介绍…

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1、You will see all the man-made and natural beauties
2、of the most spectacular bay in the world.
3、You’ll pass beneath the famous Golden Gate Bridge,
4、considered to be one of the most striking structures ever erected by man.
5、From the bay, you will thrill to the magnificent San Francisco skyline.
6、Your cruise ship, the Harbour King, will circle Alcatraz,
7、a maximum-security prison containing the most dangerous criminals in America,
8、and has been the home of such notorious figures as Al Capone,
9、Baby Face Nelson and Machine Gun Kelly.
10、That’s the island of Alcatraz.
11、There’s a man leaving there today after 17 years’ imprisonment.
12、His name is Robert Stroud.
13、He’s spent most of his life behind bars,
14、including 43 years in solitary confinement.
15、He has never used a telephone or driven an automobile.
16、The last time he broke bread with another human being was in 1916,
17、the year Kaiser Wilhelm ordered the sinking of the Lusitania in World War I.
18、My name is Tom Gaddis. I wrote a book about this man.
19、Our story properly begins in the year 1912.
20、A cargo of rebellious prisoners was being transferred
21、from the federal penitentiary at McNeil Island, Washington, to The Big Top,
22、the name given by convicts to the prison at Leavenworth, Kansas.
23、Shut up!
24、Make one more move and I’ll take you off at the neck.
25、Robert F Stroud.
26、Breaking that window was a serious offence.
27、It was hot. I was thinking of my lungs.
28、Did you think about the consequences? You might have started a riot.
29、- Even a convict’s got a right to breathe. – Rights?
30、I don’t think you know the meaning of the word.
31、In 1909, in Alaska, you appointed yourself judge, jury and executioner
32、and killed one… Charles Dahmer
33、because he allegedly beat up a friend named Katie Malone… a prostitute.
34、You were transferred here to Leavenworth because of an inferior record.
35、Now, I propose to give you a fresh start.
36、Such rights as you will enjoy are listed here in my rules and regulations.
37、There are 86. I suggest you memorise them.
38、I know ’em. They’re the same in all pens.
39、They tell you when to eat, when to sleep, when to go to the privy.
40、Precisely. And what you’ll do for every minute 24 hours a day.
41、You’re going to be here for nine long years, Stroud.
42、So with or without your cooperation, I intend to make a man of you,
43、before you check out these gates.
44、You’ll conform to our ideas of how you should behave.
45、You’ll learn the lesson now or five years from now, but you’ll learn.
46、For breaking that train window, all your privileges are suspended for 30 days.
47、That’s all, Mr Ransom.
48、Let’s go.
49、You’re one of the new fish from McNeil, huh?
50、Yeah.(更多,甚至整个剧本阅读请点击下面链接。)
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