Hart's War (2002)
Staff Sgt. Vic W. Bedford: Take that you bastard!
Lt. Lincoln A. Scott: Careful Bedford. That's a nigger you're rooting for. Tail's painted red, that means he's 99th, right out of Tuskegee, boy.
Col. Werner Visser: Strange thing about war wounds- the older you get, the less proud of them you become.
[Lt. Hart offers condolences upon learning that Col. Visser's own son was killed in action on the Russian Front]
Col. Werner Visser: I killed my share of French and English in the last war; All of *them* had fathers.
Col. Werner Visser: You know sometimes I think your Lieutenant Scott might have been better off in Alabama. Lynchings are over
Col. Werner Visser: in minutes. The kind of justice he's suffering here is far crueler.
Lt. Lincoln A. Scott: You know how hard they tried to wash us out in flight school? the colored flyers, it was test after test, anything they can come up to turn us into the cooks, the drivers, the shit shovelers, but I refused to wash out, so did Archer, come hell or high water, we hit the books, we were determined not to spend the war being some niggers, with all due respect, sir I'd like to exercise my right to address this court, I've been sitting down ever since I got here and I should've said when you quartered us with the enlisted me instead of quartering us properly as officers, but it's ok, because color men expect to jump through a few hoops in this man's army Archer knew that, we all did. there's camp right outside Bacon, where I'm from and that's where the army sends the German POW's, picking cotton, what's strange every once and a while,we'd see them around town going to the movies, eating at diners, but if I wanted to go see the same movie I'd half to sit way up in the balcony, those diners were closed to me, even in uniform this must've happened to half the guys at Tuskegee and the German POW's were allowed to sit there and eat but we kept telling ourselves because no matter what, as long as we did our job, it would all be worth it because the war would end, we could home and be free to walk down any street in America with our heads held high as men, so that's what we did, we did our jobs, we served our country, Archer and I, and what you let happened to him, what you allowed to happen to him is appalling, and so is this.