The Sixth Sense (1999)
Bruce Norris: Stanley Cunningham
Cole Sear : [angrily] I don't like it when people look at me like that!
Stanley Cunningham : Like what?
Cole Sear : Stop it!
Stanley Cunningham : I don't know how else to look, I...
Cole Sear : You're a stuttering Stanley!
Stanley Cunningham : Excuse me?
Cole Sear : You talked funny when you went to school. You talked funny all the way to high school.
Stanley Cunningham : What...
Cole Sear : You shouldn't look at people, it makes them feel bad!
Stanley Cunningham : How did you...
Cole Sear : [screams] Stop looking at me!
Stanley Cunningham : [stutters] Who have you b-b-been speaking to?
Cole Sear : [repeatedly] Stuttering Stanley! Stuttering Stanley!
Stanley Cunningham : S-s-stop it!
Stanley Cunningham : Philadelphia is one of the oldest cities in this country. A lot of generations have lived here and died here. Almost any place you go in this city has a history and a story behind it. Even this school and the grounds it sits on. Can anyone guess what this building was used for a hundred years ago, before you went to this school, before I went to this school? Yes, Cole?
Cole Sear : They used to hang people here.
Stanley Cunningham : No, uh, that, mm-mm, that's not correct. Uh, where'd you hear that?
Cole Sear : They'd pull the people in, crying and kissing their families 'bye. People watching would spit at them.
Stanley Cunningham : Uh, Cole, this, this building was a legal courthouse. Laws were passed here. Some of the very first laws of this country. This whole building was full of, uh, lawyers, uh, lawmakers.
Cole Sear : They were the ones that hanged everybody.