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06/06/2013 11:57 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Samuel L. Jackson Does 'Breaking Bad' Right, Reads Walter White's Infamous Monologue (VIDEO)

No one plays Walter White better than Bryan Cranston. But there's one man who may be a close second: Samuel L. Jackson.

In a video to raise money for Alzheimer's research, Jackson puts his own spin on a "Breaking Bad" monologue, reading White's infamous "I am the one who knocks" speech.

The reading is part of a campaign Jackson is doing for the Alzheimer's Association. Last week, Jackson promised to read a 300-word monologue chosen by Redditors to encourage donations to the nonprofit organization. After funds reached $70,000, he agreed to read an additional monologue -- his favorite -- if donations surpassed the $100,000 mark.

Fortunately for followers of the AMC series, Jackson is a "big 'Breaking Bad' fan" as well, so it comes as no surprise that he chose White's epic speech from Season 4 for the video.

Watch Jackson deliver the monologue in the video above, and see the original below (0:51).

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