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An anchorman with 25 years on the job is being fired simply because of age, so in his next broadcast he announces to the viewers that he's going to commit suicide on his final program. What he... View more >
Starring Peter Finch, William Holden, Faye Dunaway... View more >
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One of the best films that came out in 1976 is "Network." a drama about a news anchorman who went beserk on the air and yelling,"I'm as Mad as Hell and I can't take it anymore!" One of the best lines in motion picture history,which was uttered by Peter Finch who died before he can won his Oscar fro his role. The film was written by one of all time favorite screenwriters Paddy Chayefsky, who also won an Oscar for his screenwriting. The movie is a sad commentary on the business of news and the prople who read the news. According to this movie, one of them seem to snap and the urge people to yell out "I'm as mad as Hell and I can't take it no more," right out the window. I saw network and I love the movie.
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