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Charlie Simms is a student at an exclusive New England prep school. Unlike most of his peers, Charlie was not born to a wealthy family. To pay for a flight home to Oregon for Christmas, Charlie accepts a temporary job over Thanksgiving weekend looking after retired Army Ranger Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade, who Charlie discovers to be a cantankerous blind alcoholic.

Charlie and George Willis, Jr., another student at the preparatory school, witness several students setting up...

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The Tango Scene - Scent of a Woman Movie (1992) - HD

Frank (Al Pacino) teaches the beautiful and charming Donna (Gabrielle Anwar) how to dance the tango. TM & © Universal (2011) Buy Movie:
Scent of a Woman is a 1992 film which tells the story of a preparatory school student who takes a job as an assistant to an irascible, blind, medically-retired Army officer. The story takes us on journey where the colonel plans to spend the last days of his life doing things which he always wanted t
Directed by Martin Brest. With Al Pacino, Chris O'Donnell, James Rebhorn, Gabrielle Anwar.
Al Pacino Speech in Scent of Woman

Lt. Col. Frank Slade's (Al Pacino) 'Out of Order' speech to Mr. Trask (James Rebhorn) to defend high school student Charlie Simms (Chris O'Donnell) at a disciplinary hearing and about to be expelled for not revealing what he saw: ("Out of order, I'll show you out of order! You don't know what out of order is, Mr.Trask! I'd show you but I'm too old,... I'm too tired, I'm too f--kin' blind. If I were the man I was five years ago, I'd take a flame-thrower to this place. Out of order, who the hell do you think you're talking to? I've been around, you know? There was a time I could see. And I have seen. Boys like these, younger than these, their arms torn out, their legs ripped off. But there isn't nothin' like the sight of an amputated spirit. There is no prosthetic for that. You think you're merely sending this splendid foot soldier back home to Oregon with his tail between his legs, but I say you are... executin' his soul! And why? Because he's not a Baird man. Baird men. You hurt this boy, you're gonna be Baird bums, the lot of ya. And Harry, Jimmy, Trent, wherever you are out there, F--k You Too!")

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"I'm Givin' Ya Pearls Here" - The Beauty of Women

Lt. Col. Frank Slade's (Al Pacino) tribute to women, delivered to young student Charlie Simms (Chris O'Donnell) while seated on an airplane: ("Ooh, but I still smell her... Women! What could you say? Who made 'em? God must have been a f--kin' genius. The hair... They say the hair is everything, you Have you ever buried your nose in a mountain of curls... just wanted to go to sleep forever? Or lips... and when they touched yours were like... that first swallow of wine... after you just crossed the desert. Tits. Hoo-hah! Big ones, little ones, nipples starin' right out at ya, like secret searchlights. Mmm. Legs. I don't care if they're Greek columns... or secondhand Steinways. What's between 'em... passport to heaven. I need a drink. Yes, Mr Simms, there's only two syllables in this whole wide world worth hearin': pussy. Hah! Are you listenin' to me, son? I'm givin' ya pearls here.")

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"Women! What can you say? Who made 'em? God must have been a fuckin' genius. The hair... They say the hair is everything, you know. Have you ever buried your nose in a mountain of curls... just wanted to go to sleep forever? Or lips... ...
Probably one of my favourite scenes of all time. Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade, played by Al Pacino in his Oscar winning performance, gives a little talk about leadership and integrity during the end of the movie "Scent of a Woman". ...
The Tango dance scene from the movie Scent Of A Woman (1992) where Pacino plays a blind retired Lieutenant Colonel. This is the only time when Al received his Oscar. The music is "Por una cabeza" by Carlos Gardel and the girl dancing is Gabrielle Anwar.

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