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A young man unlocks an apartment door. Vincent and Jules step inside. A second young man eats at a table. [“HEY KIDS. HOW YOU BOYS DOIN’? HEY, KEEP CHILLIN’.”] Jules motions for a young man on a couch to prop up his foot. He gives the “okay” sign, then turns to the man at the table.



(“…business partner, don’t you?)

The man glances up uneasily. [“NOW LET ME TAKE A WILD GUESS HERE.”] Jules looks at the man on the couch, then points to the one at the table.



(“…Wallace, don’t you, Brett?”)

Brett nods.



(“…’bout that. Whatcha havin’?”)

Vincent steps to the kitchen.



(“…try one of yours?”)

Brett shakes his head. [“THIS IS YOURS HERE, RIGHT?” (FAINT) “YEAH.”] The young man gestures and nods. Watching him, Jules grabs the cheeseburger. He takes a bite.



(“…they call it that?”)

Brett shrugs.



(“…that’s right, the metric system.”)

Jules points at a cup.



(“…down? Go right ahead.”)

Jules grabs the cup. [PAUSE] Keeping his eyes on Brett, he takes a long drink through the straw. [SLURP][SIGH] He puts the cup down. [“THAT HIT THE SPOT.”] Jules steps to the couch.



(“…you a goddamn thing.”)

The man who answered the door wears a stunned look. Jules keeps is eyes on him. [“YOU WERE SAYING?” “IT’S IN THE CUPBOARD.”] Vincent opens a kitchen cabinet. [“NO, THE ONE BY YOUR KNEES.”] He lowers out of view behind the counter. The man on the couch looks anxiously to Jules. Brett glances toward the kitchen. With a cigarette in his mouth, Vincent sets a briefcase on the countertop. He spins the dials of the combination lock to read: “six-six-six.” [PAUSE] Vincent opens the lid, and a golden glow shines on his face.  He takes the cigarette from his mouth as he stares. [“WE HAPPY?” “VINCENT?”]

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Pinky adds a new take to A Christmas Story with help from Roy Samuelson in this clip from Talkin’ Toons with Rob Paulsen

Pinky and Roy Samuelson in A Christmas Story

Pinky adds a new take to A Christmas Story with help from Roy Samuelson in this clip from Talkin' Toons with Rob Paulsen!

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The Imitation Game Audio Description

(“…Alan! Alan!”)
Alan runs past the security stop. [“ALAN!”] The guards stop Joan, but she breaks free. Hugh, John, and Peter show the guards their identification. [“-PETER BLOODY HILTON!” “ALAN?”] In the research hut, Joan watches Alan dump decrypted messages onto the desk. The others arrive.

(“…Predictable words.” “Exactly.”)
They all search thru the files.

(“…message from this morning.”)
The team hurries across the dark street to the other hut. They adjust settings on Alan’s massive cryptology device.

(“…last 6am message?” “L” “L”)
Alan moves cables.

(“…Q.” “Q.” “Done.”)
He turns three knobs, and the letter wheels on the device start to spin. Hugh and John watch anxiously. [PAUSE] Nervously rubbing his lip, Alan grabs his notes from nearby. The team stares at the churning mechanism. [:02 PAUSE] Alan mumbles to himself as he watches. [(FAINT) “COME ON, CHRISTOPHER.”] [02:00] A row of wheels spins rapidly, while the ones below tick by at a steady pace. [:02 PAUSE] Alan stares with an intense expression. [MACHINE STOPS] The wheels stop. [“OH MY GOD.”] Stepping up to the large device, Alan takes notes of the wheels’ positions. [“WHAT HAPPENED?”] He hurries past the others. [“DID IT WORK?” “ALAN-”] Running to the other hut, Alan turns the gears on the Enigma machine. [“I NEED A NEW MESSAGE. THE LATEST INTERCEPT.”] Peter brings over a piece of paper and gives it to Joan. Alan rearranges the machine’s wires. John grabs a notebook and pencil.

(“…C.” “C.” “T.” “T.” “R-”)
As Alan taps on the keys, different letters above them light up. John writes them down. [“-R.” “R.” “I.” “I.”] John holds up the small notebook, and Hugh reads.

(“…degree West.” (FAINT) “Heil Hitler.”)
With a stunned look, Alan lifts his hands from the machine. Joan covers her mouth. [“TURNS OUT THAT’S THE ONLY GERMAN YOU NEED TO KNOW TO, UH, BREAK ENIGMA.”] He smiles tearfully. John gives a brief grin. Alan chuckles in relief, and Hugh swings the notebook. [“YES!”] Joan hugs Alan, while Hugh hugs John. [:03 LAUGHS] [03:50] Peter grins as he holds his hands to his head. Joan smiles proudly at Alan, who beams at the Enigma machine. Peter throws his arms around Hugh, and John hugs Alan. As Joan embraces Hugh, he briefly lifts her off the ground. [:03 PAUSE] [04:08] Hugh turns to Alan, and their smiles fade. [:03 PAUSE] He gives a solemn nod, and Alan grins faintly. [:02 PAUSE] Smiling, Alan sits back down at the machine as the others celebrate. Peter hugs him from behind. [:02 LAUGHS 04:29] He steps away, and Alan stares at the machine with an emotional expression.