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Phil: I didn’t want to be like Ernie Banks. I wanted to be Ernie Banks.
Ed: Mr. Cub.
Phil: And it never really dawned on me that he was black. You know?
Ed: Wrist hitter.
Phil: I was, what, seven years old? And he was just Ernie Banks. He was my hero.
Ed: All in the wrists.
Phil: There weren’t any black people in my town. At least, I don’t think there were.
Ed: Mr. Cub.
Phil: It’s 8:00? Jeez, will you look at that? This is really something, huh. Wander in here off the street. I mean, if people would sit down and talk like this more often— 
Ed: Communication. That’s what it’s all about.
From The Brother from Another Planet (1984), written and directed by John Sayles 

Phil: I didn’t want to be like Ernie Banks. I wanted to be Ernie Banks.

Ed: Mr. Cub.

Phil: And it never really dawned on me that he was black. You know?

Ed: Wrist hitter.

Phil: I was, what, seven years old? And he was just Ernie Banks. He was my hero.

Ed: All in the wrists.

Phil: There weren’t any black people in my town. At least, I don’t think there were.

Ed: Mr. Cub.

Phil: It’s 8:00? Jeez, will you look at that? This is really something, huh. Wander in here off the street. I mean, if people would sit down and talk like this more often— 

Ed: Communication. That’s what it’s all about.

From The Brother from Another Planet (1984), written and directed by John Sayles 

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