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A great monologue can still net a great actor. Monologues can feel dicey to write. A weak monologue is a pace-killer for a screenplay. But a stellar monologue can be catnip to a great actor. And securing a major star can be the difference between a film getting made and not getting made. Here are some examples of great monologues in film history. Can you spot the common factor? BULL DURHAM “Well, I believe in the soul. The cock. The pussy. The small of a woman’s back. The hanging curveball. High fiber. Good scotch. That the novels of Susan Sontag...

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