You missed this in FORREST GUMP

You missed this in FORREST GUMP

You missed THIS in Forrest Gump. When Forrest is asked to give a speech at the Vietnam War demonstration, his microphone cuts out and you can’t hear what he says. But what Tom Hanks actually says during that scene is: Sometimes when people go to Vietnam, they go home to their mommas without any legs. Sometimes they don’t go home at all. That’s a bad thing. That’s all I have to say about that.

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29 Responses

  1. Jaja Hatman says:

    Finally, a “you missed this” where it’s something we actually missed

  2. T-Aspect says:

    The fact that that’s true is sad

  3. Hairy Vince says:

    First time you made a video that actually told us something we did not know.

  4. Remya Rajan says:

    That’s actually fucking sad

    I’m just grateful of having a nice country covered with hardworking soldiers

    Thank you soldiers for serving our country you did a fantastic job and we all love you

    • Arabian KING says:


    • Arabian KING says:

      @HussamTastic what do you respect them? They bombarded our lands for oil and isreal command

    • HussamTastic says:

      @Arabian KING well

      I am talking about the soldiers, and my respect is very minimal

    • BlyatifulButter says:

      @HussamTastic you have a fair point, it’s the American military that dragged those poor souls into combat. Basically politicians dragging the youth into war. My great grandfather (Vietnamese, specifically North Vietnamese) used to train recuits and when asked why they join the military they all had reasons that relate to being scared for their future kids or losing their country. I don’t know if it’s the same for US soldiers though.

    • Xie Hua Piao Piao says:

      @Wisnu Kresnamurti your account name. That is simultaneously the most Indonesian and south Indian name I’ve seen

  5. GANNU says:

    He acted the entire scene even though nobody heard it,now that is called acting.

  6. 錐生みみ says:

    I like how he’s real about it. He didn’t say anything about the war and choose sides, he talked about the people. He gave facts without bias (even though was actually in service) .

  7. Jayesh Ratangairi says:

    Always wanted to know what he said there . Now I can re-watch the whole movie again peacefully

  8. Mitchell W says:

    This scene still makes the hair on my neck stand up to this day and its one of the greatest films ever made ❤

  9. Savage642 says:

    I knew it would’ve HAD to be something harsh, or emotionally evoking enough to make American-Dan cry and sniffle like that as he caressed Forrest Gump

  10. Eurobeat is my World says:

    As someone from Vietnam, I can approve this. I’m Vietnamese, and the war gave us an incredibly large amount of damage to the people and lands. But the American military isn’t better. We were very creative in trapping soldiers (a lot of people approved this). The traps were hardly seen by soldiers and if you got trapped, it is T E R R I F Y I N G. Respect to the writters for using true history and to the actors for realistic reactions

    • Uncanny Juan says:

      We should have intervened in Cuba instead of Vietnam in the 1960s. It would’ve been much quicker and less lives would’ve been lost on both sides. The Bay of Pigs and Cuban Missile Crisis made the U.S. rightfully fearful of the USSR gaining another ally and Vietnam was a direct result of that.

    • Dragor says:

      The war in Vietnam was pointless.
      So much life was lost needlessly on both sides. Land was burned and scarred, animals killed and displaced. Villages destroyed.


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