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Woody Guthrie (Character)
from Bound for Glory (1976)

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  1. "American Masters"
        - Woody Guthrie: Ain't Got No Home (2006) TV episode, Played by Rick Sharp

  2. Bound for Glory (1976) Played by David Carradine

  3. Alice's Restaurant (1969) Played by Joseph Boley (as Woody)

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Quotes:
From Bound for Glory (1976)
Woody Guthrie: Oh, but I ain't really a doctor.
Other Woman - Water-Swallowing Scene: Well, she ain't sick, exactly. Her oldest girl died of the dust pneumonia almost a week ago .She ain't drunk a drop of water since; she just can't swallow.
Woody Guthrie: I don't see how there's anything I can...
Other Woman - Water-Swallowing Scene: Now look, some fortunetellers have got the gift: healing, laying on the hands, discerning of spirits,
Woody Guthrie: I ain't really a fortuneteller.
Other Woman - Water-Swallowing Scene: Poor little thing, we just can't let her waste away. Go on, go on.
Woody Guthrie: [Woody enters the house] Ma'am? Do you have faith that you'll be cured?
Woody Guthrie: [Woody sits next to the sick woman] Well, look... Your daughter, don't you believe she's up in heaven?
Woody Guthrie: [the sick woman nods silently] Well, uh... that means you believe in God. And if there is a God, then it was Him gave you your mind. Well, everybody knows, mind's the boss of the whole body. Just tell all the nerves and muscles what to do, your arms and hands and back, throat.
Woody Guthrie: [Woody holds up the sick woman's chin] You don't want to die, do you? Leave your husband and your kids all alone? Your husband wants you to talk to him, don't he? And your kids to boot.
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