THE FIRST LEGION (1951)

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THE FIRST LEGION (1951)

PostSun Sep 17, 2017 4:30 pm

Watching Douglas Sirk's THE FIRST LEGION this evening, I didn't catch the last couple of lines during the 'miracle' scene at the altar, and trying to catch on the laptop impossible as sound low. Can anyone enlighten me??
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Re: THE FIRST LEGION (1951)

PostSun Sep 17, 2017 4:54 pm

[SPOILER]

Here are the lines as posted in a subtitle file I found online:
It gives the number of the line, then the time at which it was spoken.
I hope it includes what you want, since I'm not familiar with the movie.

1247
01:21:06,103 --> 01:21:07,389
She is going to walk?

1248
01:21:08,009 --> 01:21:09,277
You saw it happen.

1249
01:21:14,799 --> 01:21:16,187
She's coming around.

1250
01:21:19,879 --> 01:21:21,127
Hello Terry.

1251
01:21:24,696 --> 01:21:25,898
Hello Peter.

1252
01:21:27,663 --> 01:21:28,884
Oh Peter...

1253
01:21:29,654 --> 01:21:32,020
The strangest thing happened just now.

1254
01:21:32,507 --> 01:21:33,672
I know, Terry.

1255
01:21:37,643 --> 01:21:40,103
I know.
─ No, you don't.

1256
01:21:41,051 --> 01:21:42,300
I was praying.

1257
01:21:44,000 --> 01:21:46,128
Then suddenly, I don't know why.

1258
01:21:46,992 --> 01:21:49,559
I found myself praying for you, Peter.

1259
01:21:50,338 --> 01:21:51,465
For me?

1260
01:21:52,300 --> 01:21:55,001
And as soon as I
started praying for you.

1261
01:21:55,592 --> 01:21:56,822
It happened.

1262
01:21:58,081 --> 01:21:59,399
It happened.

1263
01:22:02,400 --> 01:22:04,009
The Monsignor was right.

1264
01:22:05,737 --> 01:22:07,220
God doesn't forget us.

1265
01:22:14,426 --> 01:22:15,759
No. He doesn't.

1266
01:22:20,119 --> 01:22:21,565
Doesn't...

1267
01:23:05,517 --> 01:23:09,846
T-G

Rick
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Re: THE FIRST LEGION (1951)

PostMon Sep 18, 2017 12:06 pm

Indeed it helps, although from the transcript one doesn't always know who is saying a particular line of dialogue. The problem may have been my ears (which have been a bit blocked lately) or perhaps the sound as the upload was clearly taken from an old VHS. Thank you for going to the trouble.

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