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Murry (Character)
from Summer Dreams: The Story of the Beach Boys (1990) (TV)

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"The Beach Boys: An American Family" (2000)
Murry: If you guys get so big that if you stop singing from your hearts, you're going downhill.
Brian Wilson: Downhill?
Murry: Downhill!
Brian Wilson: You don't know what you're talking about. You're too old fashioned!

Murry Wilson: Hey, Dave you know the rules. Everybody carries their own amp.
Dave Marks: It's too heavy.
Murry Wilson: Since when? You don't smile when you're playing. Now you expect somebody to strike your equipment. What, you think you're some kind of big shot?
Dave Marks: You'd be happy if I quit wouldn't you? Alright then I quit. You happy now?
Murry Wilson: You heard him! He quit! He's out! You're out Dave.
Dave Marks: I hate you, Murry!

Murry Wilson: How do you expect to be a musician if you can't hear good?

Marilyn Rovell: Murry, are you drunk?
Murry Wilson: First time in my life, sweetheart.

Murry Wilson: Merry Christmas, mom.
Grandma Edith Wilson: And to you. My goodness, don't you look well? Buddy, doesn't Murry look well?
Murry Wilson: Merry Christmas, dad.
Buddy Wilson: Nice house your sister has. At least one of you made something of yourself.
Grandma Edith Wilson: Please, Buddy. It's Christmas.
Buddy Wilson: Someone talking to you?
Murry Wilson: It's always good to see you, mom.

Love & Mercy (2014)
Brian Past: [On his new song "God Only Knows"] Tony and I think that if you close your eyes you can see a place or something that's happening. It's like being blind but because you're blind you can see more. Don't you think it's a spiritual kind of thing?
Murry Wilson: I don't know what the hell you're talking about. I closed my eyes. Didn't see a thing. I don't know. Maybe it could be something. With the right arrangement.
Brian Past: I have French horns on it and flutes, tambourines, sleigh bells, piano, bass. Real complex key shifts.
Murry Wilson: Frankly, if you really want to know, I don't care for it. It's too wishy-washy. "If you leave me, why leave me? Life will go on. Why go on living?" It's not like a Beach Boys song. Your brothers are going to hate it.
Brian Past: [devastated] It's a love song.
Murry Wilson: It's a suicide note.