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Title: Favorite Eastwood Quotes (Reference Thread)
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 12:09:30 AM
This is a thread of Eastwood movie quotes. Since this is a reference thread and not a discussion thread, PM me if there's quote that I didn't include that you think belongs here. Please verify its accuracy before writing me. Thanks, and enjoy!


A Fistful of Dollars (

For a Few Dollars More (

The Good The Bad & The Ugly (

Hang 'em High (

Coogan's Bluff (

Where Eagles Dare (

Paint Your Wagon (

Kelly's Heroes (

Two Mules for Sister Sara (

The Beguiled (

Play Misty for Me (

Dirty Harry (

Joe Kidd (

High Plains Drifter (

Magnum Force (

Thunderbolt & Lightfoot (

The Eiger Sanction (

The Outlaw Josey Wales (

The Enforcer (

The Gauntlet (

Every Which Way But Loose (

Escape From Alcatraz (

Bronco Billy (

Any Which Way You Can (

Firefox (

Honkytonk Man (

Sudden Impact (

City Heat (

Tightrope (

Pale Rider (

Heartbreak Ridge (

The Dead Pool (

Pink Cadillac (

White Hunter, Black Heart (

The Rookie (

Unforgiven (

In the Line of Fire (

A Perfect World (

The Bridges of Madison County (

Absolute Power (

True Crime (

Space Cowboys (

Blood Work (

Million Dollar Baby (

Gran Torino (

Trouble With The Curve (
Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 12:13:45 AM


JOE: The Baxters over there. The Rojos there. Me right in the middle.

SILVANITO: Where you do what?

JOE: Crazy bellringer was right. There's money to be made in a place like this.

JOE:  Two bosses.  Very interesting.

JOE:  You seem to be well informed.

JOE: Don Miguel Rojo, I want to talk to you. Don Miguel, I hear you're hiring on men. Well, I might just be available. I gotta tell ya before you hire me. . . I don't work cheap.

JOE: (To Piripero) Get three coffins ready.

MAN: Adios, Amigo.

MAN 2: We don't like to see bad boys like you in town.

MAN 3: Go get your mule. You let him get away from you?

JOE: You see, that's what I want to talk to you about. He's feeling real bad.

MAN 3: Huh?

JOE: My mule. You see, he got all riled up when you men fired those shots at his feet.

MAN 2: Hey, are you making some kind of joke?

JOE: No. See, I understand you men were just playin' around. But the mule, he just doesn't get it. Of course, if you were to all apologize.

(The men laugh. Joe moves the poncho aside, exposing his pistol.)

JOE: I don't think it's nice, you laughin'. See, my mule don't like people laughing. He gets the crazy idea you're laughing at him. Now if you apologize, like I know you're going to, I might convince him that you really didn't mean it . . .

(Pause as music builds, men draw their guns. Joe draws his and fires five shots, then holsters his gun.)

JOHN BAXTER: I saw the whole thing. You killed all four of them. You'll pay all right. You'll be strung up.

JOE: (Draws gun again) Who are you?

JOHN BAXTER: I'm John Baxter, sheriff.

JOE: Yeah, well, if you're the sheriff, you'd better get those men underground. (Lowers poncho and walks off, passing Piripero.) My mistake. Four coffins.

JOE: You'll have to mark this up.

ESTEBAN: What are you doing?

JOE: Moving

ESTEBAN: But did you know all our men live here with us?

JOE: That's all very cozy but I don't find you men all that appealin'.

RAMÓN: Life can be so precious. It's foolish to risk losing it every minute. No, there's plenty of space for everybody in this town. Even Baxters, hmmm? For this reason, I've decided to hang my gun up on the wall.

DON MIGUEL: I think that Ramón has the right idea. I, too, am getting tired of these killings. They must stop.

JOE: This is all very, very touching.

RAMÓN: You mean you don't admire peace?

JOE: It's not real easy to like something you know nothing about.

RAMÓN: Stay in San Miguel and you may just profit from the experience.

JOE: No thanks. I'll be movin' on.

JOE: (Taking gun from John Baxter) Sorry, but when a husband finds a man in his wife's bedroom, you're never sure how he's gonna react.

CONSEULA BAXTER: Very soon, you are going to be rich. (Hands Joe a fistful of dollars)

JOE: Uh huh. (Takes the money) Yeah, and that's not gonna break my heart.

RAMÓN: You are well informed.

JOE:  A man's life in these parts often depend on a mere scrap of information, your brother's own words.

RAMÓN: Tell me why you're doing this for us.

JOE:  $500 dollars.  (holds out hand for money)

MARISOL: Why do you do this for us?

JOE: Why? Because I knew someone like you once. There was no one there to help. Now get movin'.

JOE: Heard you wanted to see me.

RAMÓN: The Americano's dead.

JOE: Let the old man down.

(Ramón shoots, Joe falls down, and gets back up.)

JOE: What's wrong Ramón? You losing your touch?

(Ramón shoots again. Joe falters, but remains standing.)

JOE: You afraid, Ramón? "You shoot to kill, you better hit the heart." Your own words, Ramón.

(Ramón shoots Joe twice, Joe goes down, and then gets back up.)

JOE: The heart, Ramón. Don't forget the heart. Aim for the heart or you'll never stop me.

(Ramón shoots Joe three more times. Joe gets up again. Joe then moves the poncho aside, showing a metal plate that he wore over his chest. He drops it to the ground. The two watch each other, then Ramón goes to shoot again, but Joe outdraws him and shoots the rifle out of Ramón's hand and kills all his men.)

JOE: When a man with a 45 meets a man with a rifle... you said the man with the pistol's a dead man. Let's see if that's true.

JOE:  Well, guess your government will be glad to see that gold back.

SILVANITO:  And you, you don't want to be here when they get it, eh?

JOE:  You mean the Mexican government on one side, and maybe the Americans on the other side, and me right smack in the middle? Uh uh, too dangerous. So long.


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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 12:28:19 AM


RED "BABY" CAVANAUGH: Didn't hear what the bet was.

MANCO: Your life.

SHERIFF: Two thousand dollars, it's a lot of money. Takes me three years to earn it.

MANCO: Tell me, isn't a sheriff supposed to be courageous, loyal, and above all, honest?

SHERIFF: Yeah, that he is.

MANCO (Takes badge off sheriff, looks at it, walks outside, sees two men) I think you people need a new sheriff. (Throws badge to the ground)

MANCO: Now listen, old man. You're supposed to be a prophet. I didn't come here to listen to you rattle on about trains. I want to find out about this man, it's obvious you don't know anything.

PROPHET: No need to be insulting. If that's all you came here to do, you can clear out of my house fast before I go and lose my temper, understand? (Manco gets up to leave) Hey! Where you going, hmmm?

MANCO: I guess I better leave before you go and lose your temper.

MANCO: (Looking at Mortimer's gun) How can somebody in my business go around with a contraption like this?

MORTIMER: That contraption... almost sent you to your grave.

MANCO: You're forgetting one thing, Colonel. I was shooting at your hat.

MORTIMER: Well, I was only shooting at yours.

MANCO: But I recall firing first.

MORTIMER: Boy, I've reached almost fifty years of age with my system. Not many men last long in these parts. How long do you expect to last?

MANCO: Much longer than that. When I get my hands on Indio and that ten thousand dollars, I'm gonna buy myself a little place, possibly retire.

MORTIMER: Well, I don't believe we should start another fight, but you forget one, small detail.

MANCO: What's that?

MORTIMER: I wanna get my hands on Indio too.

MANCO: Sure, after me.

MORTIMER: Or before you. Or at the same time.

MANCO: Is that a proposition?

MORTIMER: Mmm hmm. An equal partnership.

MANCO: Why? Why should I?

MORTIMER: Well I can think of three reasons. First is, there's fourteen of them.

MANCO: Yeah, that's a lot.


MANCO: A lot for me.

MORTIMER: No small number even for two of us.

MANCO: Second reason?

MORTIMER: Second reason? The second reason is you could make it fifteen to one. Don't forget, I wanna play in this game too. As you're aware, when two hunters go after the same prey they usually end up shooting each other in the back, and we don't want to shoot each other in the back.

MANCO: Then the Colonel dies, hmm?

MORTIMER: (Laughs) All right, I'll be generous. You can have the reward for Indio, and I'll take the reward for the rest of the band.

MANCO: (Laughing) No, all wrong. No... Indio's worth ten thousand dollars, but the rest of the band adds up to much more than that. Blackie's worth four, Wild's worth three, Nino two...

MORTIMER: Nino's one.

MANCO: Hmm? (Looks at Mortimer's notebook) Well, Frisco's worth two.

MORTIMER: Well, that's ten thousand.

MANCO: Yeah, but there's a few more that will add up to more than that, I'm sure.

MORTIMER: How do you know that?

MANCO: I have my information, Colonel. Y'know, when all is said and done, I think I might just take you up on your proposition.

MORTIMER: Mmm, let's drink to this partnership. (Pours each of them a drink)

MANCO: (Picks up drink) To the partnership, with no tricks, of course.

MORTIMER: No tricks.

MANCO: (Sits down, puts feet up) Now then, you realize, of course, we're gonna have to figure out some way to get them in the middle.

MORTIMER: Yup. One from the outside, one from the inside. There's no other way. One of us will have to join Indio's band.

MANCO: Why are you looking at me when you say "one of us"?

MORTIMER: Because they don't know you. Wild sees me and his hump will catch on fire.

MANCO: (Laughs) Tell me, Colonel, how do you propose that I join up with Indio? Maybe bring him a bunch of roses?

MORTIMER: Well you could do that, but I'd suggest you take him Sancho Perez.

MANCO: Who's Sancho Perez?

MORTIMER: A friend of Indio's. Right now he's cooling off. He's cooling off in Alamogourdo jail.

MANCO: How do you know all this?

MORTIMER: I've got my information too. Naturally you'll have to arrange for his uh... release.

MANCO: Naturally. Tell me, Colonel, were you ever young?

MORTIMER: Yeah. And just as reckless as you. Then one day, something happened. Made life very precious to me.

MANCO: What's that? Or is the question indiscreet?

MORTIMER: No, the question isn't indiscreet, but the answer could be.

MANCO: Well, if there's gonna be any shooting, I gotta get my rest.

MANCO: Bravo.

MANCO: Now we start.

MANCO: Very careless of you, old man.

MANCO: (Looking at picture in the pocket watch Mortimer is holding that he had taken from Indio) There seems to be a family resemblance. (He gives the watch he had taken from Mortimer back to him) Here.

MORTIMER: (Takes his watch back) Naturally, between brother and sister.

MANCO: My gun?

MORTIMER: (Gives Manco back his gun and belt) My boy, you've become rich!

MANCO: You mean we've become rich, old man.

MORTIMER: No, it's all for you, I think you deserve it.

MANCO: What about our partnership?

MORTIMER: Maybe next time. (Walks off)

MANCO: (Loads Indio's body onto the cart with the rest of the dead gang.) Ten thousand, twelve thousand, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, twenty-two... Twenty two. (Hears man moving behind him, turns and shoots him.) Twenty-seven.

MORTIMER: Any trouble, boy?

MANCO: No old man. Thought I was having trouble with my adding. It's all right now.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 01:57:56 AM


TUCO: There are two kinds of people in the world, my friend. Those with a rope around their neck and the people who have the job of doing the cutting. Listen, the neck at the end of the rope is mine! I run the risks. So the next time, I want more than half.

BLONDIE: You may run the risks, my friend, but I do the cutting. If we cut down my percentage... cigar? It might interfere with my aim.

BLONDIE: The way I figure... there's really not too much future with a sawed-off runt like you.

BLONDIE: Such ingratitude after all the times I've saved your life.

TUCO: (Seeing troops approaching) They're gray like us. Let's say hello to them and then get going. (Yelling to the troops) Hurrah! Hurrah for the Confederacy! Hurrah! Down with General Grant! Hurrah for General... (to Blondie) What's his name?


TUCO: (Yelling to the troops again) Lee! God is with us because he hates the Yanks too! Hurrah!

BLONDIE: God is not on our side 'cause he hates idiots also.

BLONDIE: I've never seen so many men wasted so badly.

TUCO: (Reading note left behind by Angel Eyes) "See you soon, id - idi-"

BLONDIE: (Takes the note and reads it) "Idiots". (Hands the note back to Tuco) It's for you.

BLONDIE: You see, in this world, there's two kinds of people, my friend. Those with loaded guns, and those who dig. You dig.

TUCO: Hey, Pablo! Don't you recognize me? It's me! Tuco! Let me embrace you! I don't know the right thing! I was passing by here, I said to myself "I wonder if my brother remembers his brother!" Did I do wrong? It doesn't matter--I'm very happy!

BROTHER RAMIREZ: You've seen me, Tuco.

TUCO: Yeah, well, I'm very glad I came! Oh, my uniform! It's a long story! Let's talk about you, it's more important. You look very well! Mmmm a bit thin, perhaps, but you were always thin, eh Pablito? What about our parents?

BROTHER RAMIREZ: Only now do you think of them, to begin after nine years.

TUCO: Nine years? So it's been nine years! Nine years!

BROTHER RAMIREZ: Our mother has been dead a long time now. Our father died only a few days ago. That's why I was away. He asked for you to be there, but there was only me.

BROTHER RAMIREZ: And you? Outside of evil, what else have you managed to do? It seems to me you once had a wife someplace.

TUCO: Not one, lots of them! One here, one there, wherever I found them! Go on, preach me a sermon, Pablo.

BROTHER RAMIREZ: What good would that be? Just keep on the way you're going. Go away... and the Lord have mercy on your soul.

TUCO: I'll go! I'll go! While I'm waiting for the Lord to remember me, I, Tuco Ramirez, brother of Brother Ramirez, will tell you something. You think you're better than I am? Where we came from, if one did not want to die of poverty, one became a priest or a bandit. You chose your way, I chose mine. Mine was harder! You talk of our mother and father! You remember when you left to become a priest I stayed behind! I must have been ten, twelve, I don't remember which, but I stayed! I tried, but it was no good! Now I am going to tell you something... you became a priest because you were too much of a coward to do what I do.

BROTHER RAMIREZ: Tuco! Please forgive me, brother.

(Tuco mounts the wagon where Blondie, who had heard everything, is waiting.)

TUCO: Ehhh, my belly's full! Nice guy, my brother! I didn't tell you my brother was in charge here? Everything! Like the Pope almost! He's in charge in Rome. My brother says to me, "Stay brother, don't go home. We never see each other. Here! There's plenty to eat and drink. Bring your friend too!" Whenever we see each other, he never lets me go. It's always the same story. That's so. Even a tramp like me, no matter what happens, I know there's a brother somewhere who will never refuse me a bowl of soup.

BLONDIE: Sure. Well after a meal, there's nothing like a good cigar.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 02:08:22 AM


COOPER: When you hang a man, you better look at him.

MILLER: You ain't never gonna get me alive to Fort Grant, boy.

COOPER: Then I'll get you there dead.... boy.

COOPER: You know you're a nag? A very pretty one, but a nag.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 02:12:17 AM


COOGAN: Nobody calls me mister with my boots off.

JULIE: I only handle young, single girls.

COOGAN: Yeah, me too.

TAXI DRIVER: That's $2.95 including the luggage.

COOGAN: Tell me... how many stores are there named "Bloomingdales" in this town?


COOGAN: Well you passed it twice.

TAXI DRIVER: It's still $2.95 including the luggage.

COOGAN: Yeah, well there's $3.00... including the tip.

COOGAN: Put your pants on chief.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 12:17:01 PM


SCHAFFER: Second rate punk, huh?

SMITH: All I could think of on the spur of the moment.

SCHAFFER: Thanks. That even makes it worse.

SMITH: Lieutenant, in the next fifteen minutes we have to create enough confusion to get out of here alive.

SCHAFFER: Major, right now you've got me about as confused as I ever hope to be.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 12:17:53 PM


BEN: Didn't you just say that you loved him?

ELIZABETH: Yes, I did. And I do.

PARDNER: But, you just said you were in love with Ben.

ELIZABETH: Yes, I did. And I am.

PARDNER: Ben, do you uh.. you get the feeling you need a drink?

BEN: How did you know?

PARDNER: 'Cause I do too.

BEN: But Pardner, you don't drink.

PARDNER: No, but I'm changing.

BEN: Hmmm, and it takes a woman to do it. Bless their hearts.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 12:21:51 PM


KELLY: I'm going after that gold, Joe.

BIG JOE: That's what I thought.

KELLY: You want in?

BIG JOE: Do I want in? Now you let me tell you something, soldier, and let me make it nice and clear for you. I got a job to do and that's to get you guys to Berlin without gettin' killed. We've been at the front end of this war all the way. If you whisper one word about the gold to these guys, I'm gonna have you bounced from this outfit so fast your feet won't even touch the ground. Now do you understand that, Kelly?

KELLY: Yeah, I understand. You better fix up some transfer papers for me, 'cause I'm goin' . . . with you or without you.

KELLY: Well, I want 15 Thompsons, two .30 caliber machine guns, two bazookas, two field radios and enough supplies and ammunition to last a platoon of men in the field for three days.

CRAPGAME: (Holding a gold bar given to him by Kelly) How much more where this came from?

KELLY: Fourteen thousand bars.

CRAPGAME: Fourteen thousand bars? (Laughs) Fourteen thousand? Hey, sweetheart, have yourself a bottle of booze, you're beautiful! Fourteen thousand bars! Za-da-ba-pa! That's beautiful! Where is it?

KELLY: In a bank.

CRAPGAME: In a bank? You're getting pretty ambitious, aren't you? I mean, to think you can blow a bank and get away with it?

KELLY: It's behind enemy lines.

CRAPGAME: Behind enemy lines. (Contemplates) Yeah, that could be the perfect crime.

KELLY: Now look, I don't want half the army in on this. I don't want any friends, or any friends of friends. I wanna keep it a tight little unit.

KELLY: Talkin's not gonna do any good, Joe. These men are all going.

BIG JOE: And who's gonna lead 'em?

KELLY: If you don't, I will.

CRAPGAME: You sure you got the time straight with Mulligan?

KELLY: Yeah, I got the time straight with Mulligan, but whether Mulligan can tell time or not's another question.

BIG JOE: You know, with these Tigers, this operation goes above and beyond the call of duty.

KELLY: That's right, Joe, $16 million above and beyond.

CRAPGAME: Hey, hey, Kelly. How did we get talked into this mess?

KELLY: It took about ten seconds to talk you into this.

CRAPGAME: Yeah, sure, but we were supposed to ride, not walk. And nobody said anything about mines or schlepping this .30 caliber machine gun all over the country!

KELLY: Why don't you quit your b*[email protected] and just remember what's at the end of the line?

CRAPGAME: Kelly, we're not gonna go with those cowboys, are we?

KELLY: Look, we've got $16 million dollars up for grabs and we're not gonna let those clods beat us to it. Now let's get moving.

KELLY: All right, so it's a beautiful day. Now let's get down to cases.

KELLY: Nobody's asking you to be a hero.

ODDBALL: No? Then you sit up in that turret, baby.

KELLY: No, 'cause you're gonna be up there, baby. And I'll be right outside showing you which way to go.

ODDBALL: There's $16 million dollars worth of gold in that bank, sweetheart.

BIG JOE: That's about 65 million marks.

KELLY: And Sergeant, all you have to do to have an equal share of this money is crank this turret around and blow a hole in that door.

GERMAN SOLDIER: We have my car full. We go now.

KELLY: Yeah, well, you take care of yourself now, huh?

GERMAN SOLDIER: Thank you. (Gives the "Heil Hitler" salute, Kelly just glares at him, then switches to military salute.)

KELLY: (Returning salute) Auf Wiedersehen.

(This is for the best Eastwood quotes, but these Donald Sutherland quotes are too good to pass up.)

ODDBALL: Don't hit me with them negative waves so early in the morning.

ODDBALL: Why don't you knock it off with the negative waves Why don't you dig how beautiful it is out here. Why don't you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?

ODDBALL: Always with the negative waves, Moriarty. Always with the negative waves.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 12:23:47 PM


HOGAN: Sister, I don't mind shootin' 'em for ya, but I'll be damned if I'm gonna sweat over 'em for ya.

SARA: Then you don't have anything to do for their cause?

HOGAN: Not theirs or anybody else's. You see, I spent two years in a war in the States. Right now, all I'm interested in is money.

SARA: If money is all you care about, then why did you fight in that war?

HOGAN: Everybody's got a right to be a sucker once.

HOGAN: It's nice to hear you laugh, ma'am.

SARA: You think nuns don't laugh?

HOGAN: I don't know, I never spent the night with one before.

HOGAN: Well, they ain't telling you much now, so get dressed.

HOGAN: Lady, if you weren't a nun, I'd let you save your own bacon.

HOGAN: Your mule for that burro? Well, if that kind gentleman traded you even, you won't be meeting up with him in heaven.

HOGAN: I don't know if this arrow's ... (gasp) ... near my heart. I don't think so. Of course, some women say my heart ain't exactly ...(cough)... in the right place.

HOGAN: Are you prayin' for me?

SARA: Yes.

HOGAN: Well, then I must be drunk enough, 'cause damn my eyes, I find that kinda touchin'.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 12:25:25 PM


HALLIE: Ms. Martha said I should shave you, but I ain't so sure. I don't think the Lord wanted a man's face all smooth like a baby's bottom. That's why he gave them whiskers. Might be a sin to shave that growth off.

McBURNEY: Then don't do it. Sinning oughta be saved for much more important things.

MS. FARNSWORTH: Removing the ligatures will be painful. Do you want some laudanum?

McBURNEY: No thanks, kind lady. I'll fall asleep and then, just by chance you might cut off my... other leg.

CAROL: I'm sorry about what happened. I want you to know that.

McBURNEY: Don't think a thing of it. I've just been thinking about all the advantages that a one legged man has. He saves on socks. Doesn't have to worry about trimming as many toenails. Fewer corns and bunions. I've even been contemplating asking her to cut off the other leg.

MS. FARNSWORTH: A few bottles left in my father's wine cellar. If the pain gets too great, I'll ask Hallie to bring you some.

McBURNEY: Does seem like a good occasion, and I would love some wine.

MS. FARNSWORTH: It was offered for your pain, not for your pleasure!

McBURNEY: Sure ma'am, it's just that sometimes the two do go together.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 12:26:36 PM


DAVE: You're a real human being.

DAVE: Jay Jay, why don't you go cruise some sailors, huh?

TOBIE: What am I gonna do with you?

DAVE: A lot.

DAVE: It's getting late and you're sounding very monotonous.

DAVE: You know Sergeant, you really make lousy conversation.

McCALLUM: You make lousy coffee.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 13, 2016, 12:27:29 PM


HARRY: (Beginning of film, to bank robber) Ah-ah, I know what you're thinking, "Did he fire six shots or only five?" Well to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I've kind of lost track myself. But being this is a .44 Magnum — the most powerful handgun in the world — and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: "Do I feel lucky?" Well, do ya, punk?

HARRY: (End of film, to Scorpio) Ah-ah, I know what you're thinking, punk. You're thinking, "Did he fire six shots or only five?" And to tell you the truth, I've forgotten myself in all this excitement. But being this is a .44 Magnum - the most powerful handgun in the world and will blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself a question: "Do I feel lucky?" Well, do ya, punk?!

MAYOR: All right, let's have it.

HARRY: Have what?

MAYOR: Your report. What have you been doing?

HARRY: Well for the past three quarters of an hour I've been sitting on my ass in your outer office waiting on you.

MAYOR: I don't want any more trouble like you had last year in the Fillmore district. Understand? That's my policy.

HARRY: Yeah, well when an adult male is chasing a female with intent to commit rape, I shoot the bastard. That's my policy.

MAYOR: Intent? How did you establish that?

HARRY: When a naked man is chasing a woman through an alley with a butcher knife and a hard-on, I figure he isn't out collecting for the Red Cross. (Leaves)

MAYOR: I think he's got a point.

CHICO: There is one question, Inspector Callahan. Why do they call you Dirty Harry?

FRANK DIGIORIO: That's one thing about our Harry, doesn't play any favorites. Harry hates everybody: limeys, micks, hebes, fat dagos, @#*%!&s, honkies, chinks, you name it.

CHICO: How does he feel about Mexicans?


HARRY: Especially spics.

HARRY: Now you know why they call me Dirty Harry. Every dirty job that comes along.

HARRY: Welcome to Homicide.

HARRY: You owe it to yourself to live a little, Harry.

D.A. ROTHKO: Where the hell does it say you've got a right to kick down doors, torture suspects, deny medical attention and legal counsel? Where have you been? Does Escobedo ring a bell? Miranda? I mean, you must have heard of the 4th Amendment? What I'm saying is that man had rights.

HARRY: Well, I'm all broken up about that man's rights.

CHIEF: I want an answer. Have you been following that man?

HARRY: Yeah, I've been following him on my own time. And anybody can tell I didn't do that to him.


HARRY: ‘Cause he looks too damn good, that's how.

HARRY: You can just get yourself another delivery boy.

CHICO: Does that bag look brown to you?

HARRY: I don't know, I haven't even seen the son-of-a-b*[email protected] yet!

CHICO: Look out for these people!

PEOPLE: Hey, fruitcake, look where you're.....

HARRY: Get the hell out of the way, Hammerhead!

HARRY: Looks like we climb.

DiGEORGIO: Uh uh... too much liguine.

PUNK 1: Hey, man! What's in the bag?

HARRY: You two dudes get lost now, ya hear?

PUNK 2: Screw the bag, just gives us your wallet!

HARRY: You don't listen. Do ya, @#!hole?

HARRY: The girl, where is she?

SCORPIO: You tried to kill me!

HARRY: If I tried that your head would be splattered all over this field! Now where's the girl?!

SCORPIO: I want a lawyer.

HARRY: I said where's the girl?!

SCOPRIO: I have the right for a lawyer!

HARRY: Where's the girl?!

SCORPIO: I have rights for a lawyer!

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 03:50:11 PM


KIDD: Straight up or over the saddle. Either one.

KIDD: Ramón, lead off huh? (Ramón rides ahead and is shot off his horse, dead.) Figured we might be too close.

(This one is from a deleted scene):

KIDD: Walk a straight line through a cow pasture you gotta step in some cow pies, but you get where you're goin'.

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PREACHER: See here, you can't turn all these people out into the night. It is inhuman, brother. Inhuman!

STRANGER: I'm not your brother.

PREACHER: We are all brothers in the eyes of God.

STRANGER: All these people, are they your sisters and brothers?

PREACHER: They most certainly are.

STRANGER: Then you won't mind if they come over and stay at your place, will ya?

STRANGER: I'd love to oblige you, but ... a man's got to get his rest sometime.

STRANGER: Somebody left the door open and the wrong dogs came home.

SARAH: I knew you were cruel, but I didn't know how far you'd go.

STRANGER: Well, you still don't.

STRANGER: Well, it's what people know about themselves inside that make them afraid.


STRANGER: To your feet ma'am. They're almost as big as your mouth.

BILLY BORDERS: Flea bitten range bums don't usually stop in Lago. Life here's a little too quick for them. Maybe you think you're fast enough to keep up with us, huh?

STRANGER: A lot faster than you'll ever live to be.

SHERIFF: The ambush. What would it cost us?

STRANGER: Sheriff, I don't know as if I really like this town that much.

SHERIFF: Well this is a God fearin' town. These are God-fearing people

STRANGER: You like ‘em... you save ‘em.

CALLIE: You're an animal!

STRANGER: Well you have a way of bringing that out.

DAVE DRAKE: I hope you're not going to blame us for Morgan Allen's stupidity, because the rest of us here have a... have an agreement with you.

STRANGER: Well, right now I don't feel too agreeable.

MORDECAI: I'm just about done here. I never did know your name.

STRANGER: Yes you do.

STRANGER: I wonder what took her so long to get mad.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 05:35:36 PM


HARRY CALLAHAN: A man's got to know his limitations.

CALLAHAN: You know those guys?

EARLY SMITH: They came through the Academy after me. They stick together like flypaper, you know? Everybody thought they were queer for each other.

CALLAHAN: Tell you something. If the rest of you could shoot like them, I wouldn't care if the whole damn department was queer.

SUNNY: What does a girl have to do to go to bed with you?

CALLAHAN: Try knocking on the door.

CALLAHAN: Nothing wrong with shooting as long as the right people get shot.

ASTRACHAN: Do you have any idea how hard it is to prosecute a cop?

CALLAHAN: You heroes have killed a dozen people this week. What are you gonna do next week?

DAVIS: Kill a dozen more.

CALLAHAN: Is that what you guys are all about? Being heroes?

ASTRACHAN: All our heroes are dead.

DAVIS: We're the first generation that's learned to fight. We're simply ridding society of killers that would be caught and sentenced anyway if our courts worked properly. We began with the criminals that the people know so that our actions would be understood. It's not just a question of whether or not to use violence. There simply is no other way, Inspector. You of all people... should understand that.

GRIMES: Either you're for us or you're against us.

CALLAHAN: I'm afraid you've misjudged me.

CALLAHAN: Your gun's out of your holster, Briggs. First time?

CALLAHAN: Briggs was right. You guys don't have enough experience.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 05:37:24 PM


THUNDERBOLT: Sometimes you have to pay for your pleasure.

THUNDERBOLT: Don't ever point a gun at me, understand?! (Punches Goody) Not even a twig!

THUNDERBOLT: Slightly advanced.

LIGHTFOOT:  Do you think...

THUNDERBOLT: I don't know, but it do present mind-boggling possibilities.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 05:39:09 PM


POPE: My superior wants to see you.

HEMLOCK: Your superior? Well that doesn't narrow the field much, does it?

HEMLOCK: Does your physical disability preclude you from coming to the point?

HEMLOCK: Dragon, you have a talent for describing the indescribable.

HEMLOCK: I hate being predictable.

HEMLOCK: If you'll just give me your name, I'll report it to the proper authorities when we land.

JEMIMA: Jemima.

HEMLOCK: And I'm Uncle Ben.

JEMIMA: I'm serious, that's really my name! Jemima Brown. My mother was hooked on being ethnic.

HEMLOCK: Or else turned on by a pancake. As long as we both agree that it's too much for a black chick to have the name of "Jemima".

JEMIMA: Oh, I don't know... I mean, people don't forget you when your name is Jemima.

HEMLOCK: I don't think people would forget you if your name was Alfred.

BEN BOWMAN: Jesus Christ, John, don't you ever say anything?!

HEMLOCK: Well I'm waiting for your mouth to get tired.

BOWMAN: Want a beer?

HEMLOCK: You gonna call room service?

BOWMAN: We got beer.

HEMLOCK: If you hauled beer up this rock, you're insane.

BOWMAN: I may be insane, but I'm not stupid. I didn't carry it, you did. It's in your pack.(Pulls a six-pack out of Hemlock's backpack.)

HEMLOCK: Jesus Christ, I ought to throw you off this pillar. Besides, it's warm.

BOWMAN: I'm sorry, I thought you'd draw the line at hauling ice.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 05:42:58 PM


JOSEY: Are you gonna pull those pistols or whistle Dixie?

JOSEY: You a bounty hunter?

BOUNTY HUNTER: A man has to do something these days to earn a living.

JOSEY: Dyin' ain't much of a living boy.

JOSEY: There are three kinds of suns in Missouri: Sunshines, sunflowers, and sons-of-b*[email protected]

JAMIE: Wish we had time to bury them fellows.

JOSEY: To hell with them fellows. (Spits tobacco) Buzzards gotta eat... same as worms.

JOSEY: I reckon so.

CARPETBAGGER: Your young friend could use some help. This is it. One dollar a bottle. It works wonders on wounds.

JOSEY: Works wonders on just about everything, huh?

CARPETBAGGER: It can do most anything.

JOSEY: (Spits wad of chewing tobacco onto the carpetbagger's jacket) How is it with stains?

JOSEY: I don't want nobody belonging to me.

JOSEY: Chief, I was just wondering, I suppose that mangy red-boned hound's got nowhere else to go either. (Spits tobacco on the dog) He might as well ride along with us. Hell, everybody else is.

JOSEY: When I get to liking someone, they ain't around long.

LONE WATIE: I notice when you get to disliking someone they ain't around for long neither.

LONE WATIE: Why don't you stay with us? Be our partner? They won't miss you, maybe they'll forget you.

JOSEY: You know there ain't no forgetting.

JOSEY: Now remember, when things look bad and it looks like you're not gonna make it, then you got to get mean. I mean plumb, mad-dog mean! Cause if you lose your head and you give up, then you neither live nor win. That's just the way it is.

JOSEY: You be Ten Bears?

TEN BEARS: I am Ten Bears.

JOSEY: (Spits tobacco) I'm Josey Wales.

TEN BEARS: I have heard. You're the Gray Rider. You would not make peace with the Blue Coats. You may go in peace.

JOSEY: I reckon not. Got nowhere to go.

TEN BEARS: Then you will die.

JOSEY: I came here to die with you. Or live with you. Dying ain't so hard for men like you and me, it's living that's hard; when all you ever cared about has been butchered or raped. Governments don't live together, people live together. With governments you don't always get a fair word or a fair fight. Well I've come here to give you either one, or get either one from you. I came here like this so you'll know my word of death is true. And that my word of life is then true. The bear lives here, the wolf, the antelope, the Comanche. And so will we. Now, we'll only hunt what we need to live on, same as the Comanche does. And every spring when the grass turns green and the Comanche moves north, he can rest here in peace, butcher some of our cattle and jerk beef for the journey. The sign of the Comanche, that will be on our lodge. That's my word of life.

TEN BEARS: And your word of death?

JOSEY: It's here in my pistols, there in your rifles. I'm here for either one.

TEN BEARS: These things you say we will have, we already have.

JOSEY: That's true. I ain't promising you nothing extra. I'm just giving you life and you're giving me life. And I'm saying that men can live together without butchering one another.

TEN BEARS: It's sad that governments are chiefed by the double-tongues. There is iron in your word of death for all Comanche to see. And so there is iron in your words of life. No signed paper can hold the iron, it must come from men. The words of Ten Bears carries the same iron of life and death. It is good that warriors such as we meet in the struggle of life... or death. It shall be life. (He takes his knife and cuts his hand. Josey does the same and they grasp each other's hand.) So shall it be.

JOSEY: Sometimes trouble just follows a man.

FLETCHER: I don't believe that story about Josey Wales.

TEN SPOT: You don't?

FLETCHER: No sir, I don't. I don't believe no five pistoleros could do in Josey Wales.

ROSE: Maybe it was six. Could have even been ten.

FLETCHER: I think he's still alive.

TEN SPOT: Alive? (Laughs nervously) No sir.

(Josey steps down from the saloon, with his back to Fletcher.)

FLETCHER: I think I'll go down to Mexico to try to find him.

(Josey turns to face him, the men look at each other.)

JOSEY: And then?

FLETCHER: (Slowly approaches Josey) He's got the first move. I owe him that. I think I'll try to tell him the war is over.

(Josey nods slightly, as Fletcher notices blood dripping down onto Josey's boot.)

FLETCHER: What do you say, Mr. Wilson?

JOSEY: I reckon so. (Long pause, as Josey thinks of leaving, then turns back toward Fletcher) I guess we all died a little in that damn war. (Josey slowly mounts his horse, and rides away.)

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 05:46:22 PM


HARRY: May I make a statement, McKay?

McKAY: Go ahead.

HARRY: Your mouthwash aint makin' it.

HARRY: Marvelous.

DiGEORGIO: What do they want?

CALLAHAN: They want a car.

DiGEORGIO: What are you gonna do?

CALLAHAN: Give them one.

DiGEORGIO: What makes a man crazy enough to join the cops?

CALLAHAN: If you find out, you let me know, huh?

McKAY: I'm not gonna debate this with you, Inspector. I've been on the phone with the mayor twice this morning. He went right through the ceiling over this.

CALLAHAN: Did you tell him about the meeting?

McKAY: What meeting?

CALLAHAN: The meeting right here in your office two months ago when you said high priority was to run the hoods out of San Francisco.

McKAY: I never said to use violence!

CALLAHAN: Well what'd you want me to do? Yell "trick or treat" at them?

BRESSLER: Come on, Harry.

McKAY: I expect you and every other man on the force to behave with restraint or turn in his resignation. You're on notice, Callahan. This little Wild West show of yours yesterday is exactly the kind of thing this department is no longer prepared to tolerate. Is that clear?

BRESSLER: Yes, sir.

CALLAHAN: If that's all, Captain, I've got work to do.

McKAY: But not in Homicide.


McKAY: You've been transferred to Personnel.

CALLAHAN: To Personnel? That's for @#!holes!

McKAY: I was in Personnel for ten years.


MRS. GREY: His Honor intends to broaden the areas of participation for women in the police force.

CALLAHAN: Well that sounds very stylish.

CALLAHAN: Hypothetical situation, huh? All right, I'm standing on the street corner and Mrs. Grey here comes up and propositions me... that if I come home with her, for five dollars she'll put on an exhibition with a Shetland pony.

MRS. GREY: If this is your idea of humor, Inspector...

BOARD EXAMINER: All right, what are you trying to do here, Callahan?

CALLAHAN: I'm just trying to find out if anybody in this room knows what the hell law's being broken... besides cruelty to animals.

CALLAHAN: If she wants to play lumberjack, she's gonna have to learn to handle her end of the log.

CALLAHAN: Captain, if you want to jerk all these people off you can, but don't do it with me.

McKAY: That's it Callahan. You just got yourself a sixty day suspension!

CALLAHAN: Make it ninety!

McKAY: 180. Give me your star!

CALLAHAN: (Hands over badge) Here's a seven-point suppository, Captain.

McKAY: What did you say?

CALLAHAN: I said stick it in your ass!

CALLAHAN: I'll be down there in five minutes, and you'd better have that file open, you pencil-pushing son-of-a-b*[email protected]!

CALLAHAN: Does everything have a sexual connotation with you?

MUSTAPHA: You really are a dirty bastard, ain't ya, Harry?

CALLAHAN: The dirtiest.

CALLAHAN: You're not making us feel too welcome.

MUSTAPHA MEMBER: Oh, you're welcome. About as welcome as a turd in a swimming pool.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 05:49:34 PM


SHOCKLEY: On a scale of ten, I'd have to give her a two. And that's only because I've never seen a one before.

SHOCKLEY: You see, we've got a problem, you and me. We don't like each other much, but we have to take a trip together. Now you can come along peacefully or you can be a pain in the ass. But I'm warning you, you mess around and I'll put the cuffs on you. You talk dirty, I gag you. If you run, I'll shoot you. My name's Shockley, and we've got a plane to catch. Now let's go.

SHOCKLEY: What's your detail?

CONSTABLE: You know you're compounding your problem, kidnapping an officer of the law, don't you?

SHOCKLEY: (Pointing gun closer to his face) I said what's your detail, cowboy?

SHOCKLEY: Alright, you mother-jumpers, this is a bust! Alright, everybody up against their bike. Ball's in your pockets. Come on! Come on! (A biker jumps Shockley, and Shockley knocks him down and shoots the gas tank of his bike.)

BIKER 1: Son of a b*[email protected]!

SHOCKLEY: The next turkey who tries that, I'm gonna shoot him, stuff him and stick an apple in his ass. Any takers? You? You? (pointing gun at bikers) You? You?

BIKER 1: Hey man, you can't do this without a warrant.

SHOCKLEY: The man says I need a warrant, huh?

BIKERS: Yeah, that's right.

SHOCKLEY: Well, the man don't know jack $#!t! Now anybody here know more about the law than me? Any lawyers here? Any lawyers want to tell me why I don't need a warrant?

BIKER 1: Hey man, why don't you get off our case.

SHOCKLEY: You with the fu<king hair! You look smart. Why don't you tell me why I'm entitled to come in here anytime I please. (Pause) Reasonable what?

BIKER 2: Reasonable suspicion?

SHOCKLEY: Exactly! Reasonable suspicion. I can go anywhere I please if I have reasonable suspicion. Now if I have suspicion a felony's been committed, I can just walk right in here anytime I feel like it because I've got this badge, I got this gun, and I got the love of Jesus right here in my pretty, green eyes.

BIKER 1: Hey man, this is our choppers.

SHOCKLEY: (Pointing gun at him) This is my gun, Clyde.

SHOCKLEY: Tell him I know why he picked me for the job. Tell him he was wrong. Tell him I'm coming for him and I'm gonna nail his ass to the wall.

MALLY: You don't even know if I'm good in bed or not.

SHOCKLEY: I'll just take that on faith.

SHOCKLEY: Nag, nag, nag!

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 05:53:42 PM


PHILO: Slightly advanced.

PHILO: How many times have I told you, I don't want him drinking beer except on Saturday night.

PHILO: Well, guess you just keep howling until sometime they howl back.

TANK MURDOCK: Looks like you've had a go at it already. You sure that face won't hurt too much to fight?

PHILO: I ain't gonna be hitting you with my face.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 06:26:32 PM


WOLF: I'm looking for a new punk.

MORRIS: Good luck.

MORRIS: Hey guard, this spoon looks like it's been sticking in someone's ass, any chance of me getting a new one?

MORRIS: Tell me something, you through killing white guys?


MORRIS: Oh, I don't know, I just figured maybe next time I wouldn't turn my back on you.

GUARD: I'm assigning you a permanent job. Carpentry shop. It's a paying job.

MORRIS: How much?

GUARD: Fifteen cents an hour.

MORRIS: Well I always knew crime would pay.

CHARLEY BUTTS: I turned thirty-five today. Some birthday. When's your birthday?

MORRIS: I don't know.

BUTTS: Geez, what kind of childhood did you have?

MORRIS: Short.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 06:29:57 PM


BRONCO BILLY: I think every kid in America oughta go to school, at least up to the eighth grade.

KID: We don't go to school today, Bronco Billy. It's Saturday.

BRONCO BILLY: Yeah, well I been ridin' late last night. A man's brain gets kinda fuzzy when he's been on the range.

BRONCO BILLY: You should never kill a man unless it's absolutely necessary.

1ST COWBOY:   Wait a minute, I've had enough!

BRONCO BILLY:   Like hell you have!

2nd COWBOY:   Don't kill me! Don't!

BRONCO BILLY:   Killing's too good for you!

ANTOINETTE: Are you for real?

BRONCO BILLY: I'm ... who I want to be.

BRONCO BILLY: Girl, you sure are mixed up.

ANTOINETTE: You're living in a dream world! There are no more cowboys and Indians, that's in the past!

BRONCO BILLY: Ms. Lily, I was raised in a one room tenement in New Jersey. As a kid, I never even saw a cowboy, much less the wide open spaces.... except when I could scrounge up a quarter for a picture show. I was a shoe salesman until I was 31 years old. Deep down in my heart I always wanted to be a cowboy. Then one day I laid down my shoehorn and swore I'd never live in the city again. You only live once. You got to give it your best shot.

ANTOINETTE: Don't you find anything about your life bizarre?

BRONCO BILLY: The only thing strange I find is that you and I haven't made love yet.

BRONCO BILLY: Nobody says that about a cowboy.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 06:32:34 PM


PHILO: Right turn, Clyde.

PHILO: Handouts are what you get from the government. A hand up is what you get from friends.

LYNN: What are you going to do with them?

PHILO: Well, we can't leave them here, dogs would come along and piss on them. Ain't fair to the dogs.

PHILO: Clyde, sometimes I think you're not too tightly wrapped.

JACK WILSON: I work behind a desk.

PHILO: You work behind it, or you carry it around?

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 06:35:10 PM


GANT: I'm not Air Force anymore. You go back there and tell them that.

GANT: You guys are amazing, you know?

GANT: What you're saying, then, is that you've already picked a volunteer, right?

GANT: There's not a one of you who think I have a chance in the world of pulling this off, is there?

KGB AGENT #1: Your papers are not in order.

GANT: He said my papers weren't in order.

KGB AGENT #2: Your papers appear to be in order.

GANT: This Boris Glazunov, does he work for the cause, too?

PAVEL: Boris Glazunov stays home today. You will take his place.

GANT: You mean like Sprague did? Does he die like Sprague?

PAVEL: Gant, can you fly that plane? Really fly it?

GANT: Yeah, I can fly it. I'm the best there is.

GANT: Supposing I get to lift-off and everything goes well, what happens to you?

BARANOVICH: It doesn't matter.

GANT: What do you mean "it doesn't matter"? I don't understand why you're all so willing to die.

BARANOVICH: I don't expect you to understand.

GANT: Don't you resent those people in London ordering your death like this?

BARANOVICH: Mr. Gant, you're an American. You're a free man. I'm not. There's a difference. If I resent the men in London who are ordering me to die, then it is a small thing when compared to my resentment of the KGB.

GANT: Well, I'm not gonna walk back!

FIRST SECRETARY: Are you enjoying your ride Mr. Gant? Like our new toy?

GANT: It could be improved.

GANT: Aren't you gonna threaten me or something?

GANT: Simple.

SEERBACKER: Well, you took long enough.

GANT: Check the tires and the windshield, will ya?

SEERBACKER: You will be outta here, won't you?

GANT: So fast, you can't believe it.

GANT: Let's see what this baby can do.

(And one non-Eastwood quote that needs to be included:)

BARANOVICH: You must think in Russian.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 06:39:01 PM


VIRGIL: I thought you said you didn't have any money.

RED: Are you kidding? I got money ten miles up a bull's ass. Course, I gotta find that bull to get it.

JIM BOB: I seen enough chicken $#!t in my life to know when I see it.

RED: When was the last time you saw chicken $#!t, Jim Bob? When you were shaving this morning?

RED: It's a sad state when a man can't buy a woman for his own boy.

ARNSPRINGER: I'm disappointed in you, Red, questioning my honesty like this. Is that what you're doing? Calling me a liar and a cheat?

RED: I'm calling you a liar and a cheat and a fat, porky son-of-a-b*[email protected] Now you wanna hear any more, I've got other things I can think up for you.

RED: I don't think I want to spend two days in this town. Rather be in Philadelphia.

WHIT: Uncle Red, don't you think you have a problem with your drinking?

RED: Only when I can't get it.

WHIT: I mean, don't you think you might need some help with your drinking?

RED: No, I do quite well all by myself.

WHIT: Aren't there doctors that...

RED: Look, Hoss... if you want to be my sidekick and chauffeur, that's fine. But if I want a nursemaid and a wife to b*[email protected] at me, I'll go out and get one.

WHIT: Uncle Red, was there ever anyone you wanted to marry?

RED: Marry? Yeah I guess there was, a few years back.

WHIT: Who was she?

RED: A girl I knew out in California. Mary Simms was the name.

WHIT: Well, why didn't you? Marry her, I mean.

RED: She was married already. A farmer married her when she was fourteen years old and she had two kids. Wasn't much to look at really. Just a rawboned Okie girl. But she was a fine, decent, faithful woman. Least till I met her.

WHIT: Well, what happened?

RED: She ran off with me. I told her I loved her just to get to her. I knew it was a lie, I thought she figured it was a lie too, but she took me serious. She told me she loved me too... and she meant it. Well, we bummed around the country, broke most of the time. Even worked the fruit harvest for a while there. Lived in some flophouses and migrant labor shacks. It was all right. No, it was more than all right. I was happier than I think I've ever been before in my life, either before or since.

WHIT: Well, what happened?

RED: Oh, I got tired of it, I guess. I started wondering what I was doing with this rawboned Okie girl. I started thinking about all the women that were hanging around in the bars that I worked in. I told her I thought we made a mistake. I told her to get a place of her own. I gave her all the money I had so she could get one. She threw the money in my face. Said she didn't want any part of me or my money. Took off and went back to her husband.

WHIT: And you? What'd you do?

RED: I got drunk and started feeling sorry for myself, as usual. And... I got to thinking what a no-good bastard I was; what a decent girl Mary was. I got to thinking maybe I loved her all along. Maybe I loved her all this time and just never realized it until ... I lost her.

WHIT: Didn't you try to find her?

RED: Yeah. I heard she was pregnant before she left me and so I went on down to Brawley where she was from and I tried to see her. But before I could see her, I ran into her husband and his brother... he was a big guy. And they beat me up pretty bad at the parking lot. Husband said Mary didn't want to see me no more, if I ever tried to see her again, he'd break my fingers and I'd never play the guitar again. So I left town.

WHIT: Did she have her baby?

RED: Yeah, I heard she did. A little girl.

WHIT: And you never tried to see her? The little girl?

RED: No. No, she's better off not knowing about me. Mary was right to go back to her husband. What the hell did I have to offer a kid? Just honkytonks and flophouses. That's the life of a country singer, Hoss. Sound good to you?

WHIT: It don't sound too hot when you put it like that, but it sure beats picking cotton and living in a sharecropper's shack.

RED: Maybe you're right, boy. Maybe you're right. Maybe if I get this break on the Opry we won't have to stay in any flophouses or sharecropper's shacks ever again.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 06:43:00 PM


CALLAHAN: Go ahead, make my day.

CALLAHAN: Listen, punk... to me you ain't nothing but dog $#!t, you understand? And a lot of things can happen to dog $#!t. It can be scraped up with a shovel off the ground, it can dry up and blow away in the wind, or it can be stepped on and squashed. So take my advice and be careful where the dog $#!ts ya.

CALLAHAN: We're not just gonna let you walk outta here.

ROBBER: Who's we, sucker?

CALLAHAN: Smith, Wesson, and me.

DETECTIVE: Hey, don't tell me this $#!t's getting to you. Not Harry Callahan. Say it ain't so.

CALLAHAN: No, this stuff isn't getting to me, the shootings, the knifings, the beatings, old ladies being bashed in the head for their social security checks, teachers being thrown out of a fourth floor window because they don't give A's. That doesn't bother me a bit.

DETECTIVE: Come on Harry, take it easy.

CALLAHAN: Or this job either, having to wade through the scum of this city, being swept away by bigger and bigger waves of corruption, apathy and red tape. No, that doesn't bother me. But you know what does bother me?


CALLAHAN: You know what makes me really sick to my stomach?


CALLAHAN: It's watching you stuff your face with those hot dogs. Nobody... I mean NOBODY puts ketchup on a hot dog.

DETECTIVE: What the hell are you talking about?

CALLAHAN: I'm talking about having our fingers in the holes and the whole damn dike's crumbling around us.


CALLAHAN: You're a legend in your own mind.

CALLAHAN: Not bad.

HORACE: Not bad, my ass. You've got to strain the remains for the fingerprints.

CALLAHAN: Well this is the .44 Magnum Auto-Mag. It holds a 300-grain cartridge. And if properly used, it can remove the fingerprints.

RAY PARKINS: Hi cutie. Wanna buy me a drink?

CALLAHAN: Not today.

RAY PARKINS: Come on, sailor. I know there's some question you want to ask me. Go ahead, you might get lucky.

CALLAHAN: Only with humans.

CALLAHAN: Why don't you boys go suck some fish heads, huh?

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 06:44:15 PM


MURPHY: Okay, I'll come over and buff your body and bring a nice glow to your cheeks.

SPEER: And I'll bring a nice foot to your ass.

SPEER: How about a fast game of Sleeper?

MAN: Never heard of it.

SPEER: Well it's simple. You go ahead and make your shot, and I put you to sleep.

SPEER: I abhor violence.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 06:47:05 PM


PENNY: What's a hard-on, Daddy? I heard Amanda say it, but she won't tell me what it means.

WES: Well, Darling... it's -- it's a -- when a man is attracted to a woman... he, uhhh... likes her. Understand?


WES: Well, he likes her in a -- in a certain way.


WES: Well, sweetheart, male bears like... female bears, and male bees like... female bees and occasionally they get together and...

AMANDA: Dad? Forget it.

BECKY: What's your name?

WES: Block.

BECKY: You're hangin' out with the wrong kind of people, Block.

WES: What kind would you suggest I hang out with?

BECKY: Someone who's more... up your alley.

WES: Maybe I'll take you up on that sometime.

BECKY: And do what?

WES: Take you... bowling.

BECKY: I don't like bowling.

WES: Neither do I.

BERYL: I'll bet you were about to knock.

WES: Actually, I was just gonna hang out here and be tacky.

WES: Wanna go hoist some oysters?

BERYL: You didn't have to bring me here to tell me that.

WES: No.

BERYL: So why did you?

WES: Well I saw you working out in that gym and I was wondering what you'd be like.

BERYL: Why the, uh... sudden interest?

WES: I was wondering if you came alone.

BERYL: What else were you wondering?

WES: You really want to know?

BERYL: Yeah.

WES: What it would be like to lick the sweat off your body.

BERYL: Do you... do you always say exactly what's on your mind?

WES: You don't like it?

BERYL: Could be a little more subtle.

WES: What I said?

BERYL: More the way you said it.

WES: How would you like me to say it?

BERYL: As if you're not saying it to somebody every night.

WES: What else would you like?

BERYL: I'd like to find out what's underneath the front you put on.

WES: Maybe you wouldn't like what you'd find.

BERYL: Maybe you're scared I would.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 06:52:31 PM


PREACHER: There's nothing like a nice piece of hickory.

PREACHER: If you're waiting for a woman to make up her mind, you may have a long wait.

PREACHER: There's plain few problems can't be solved with a little sweat and hard work.

PREACHER: How much is it worth to have a clear conscience?

PREACHER: A man alone is easy prey.

PREACHER: Are you through?

PREACHER: Long walk.

PREACHER: Sarah.... close the door.

PREACHER: Yeah, well, the spirit ain't worth spit without a little exercise.

COY LaHOOD: Do you imbibe, Reverend?

PREACHER: Only after nine in the morning.

PREACHER: I think it's best to . . . practice loving for a while before you think about the other.

PREACHER: Good gun for buffalo. The problem is there aren't any hereabouts.

HULL: I'm going with you.

PREACHER: No buffalo where I'm going either.

HULL: I know.

PREACHER: Even with that rifle you wouldn't stand much of a chance.

HULL: It's for me to decide, ain't it?

PREACHER: Suit yourself.

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Post by: Matt on January 14, 2016, 06:58:26 PM


PRISONER: I don’t like soldier boys.

HIGHWAY: Say what?

PRISONER: If you want to pop that puppy's can, you don’t have to grease him so hard, jar head.

HIGHWAY: Sounds like you’re a man of experience.

PRISONER: What the [email protected]#k's that suppose to mean, grunt $#!t?

HIGHWAY: It means be advised, I’m mean nasty and tired. I eat constintino wire and piss napalm, and I can put a round through a flea's ass at 200 meters. So you go and hump somebody else’s leg, mutt face, before I push yours in.

PRISONER: Ain’t going to be so smart with your balls stuffed in your mouth, jar head!

HIGHWAY: Hang on to this, boy. I think war's just been declared.

HIGHWAY: If I was half as ugly as you, Sergeant Major, I'd be a poster boy for a prophylactic!

HIGHWAY: (After firing at his troops) This is the AK-47 assault rifle, the preferred weapon of your enemy. It makes a distinctive sound when fired at you. So remember it.

STITCH: This babe is wack. She doesn't know what's 12" long and white. Nothing! (Laughs) Hey man, no offense, I'm just working on my routine.

GUNNY: I'll tell you what's black and bleeding if it don't shut its face.

GUNNY: This doesn't mean we're gonna be swapping spit in the shower.

GUNNY: You improvise. You adapt. You overcome.

GUNNY: The Marines are looking for a few good men. Unfortunately, you ain't it.

COL. MEYERS: What's your assessment of this alert?

GUNNY: It's a cluster [email protected]#k.

COL. MEYERS: Say again?

GUNNY: Marines are fighting men, sir. They shouldn't be sitting around on their sorry asses filling out request forms for equipment they should already have.

GUNNY: You can rob me. You can starve me and you can beat me and you can kill me. Just don't bore me.

COP: You're going to pay every dollar of that fine. I don't give no service man's discount!

GUNNY: Too bad, your old lady does.

GUNNY: When you get in there, let them know who you are so no friendlies get hurt.

STITCH: Hello happenin' hostages. I'm Stitch, Mr. Funkadelic.

GUNNY: Try U.S. Marine, !%@#!%.

FRAGETTI: Don't let him die, Gunny.

GUNNY: That's not up to me.

GUNNY: Just because we're holding hands doesn't mean we're gonna take warm showers to the wee hours of the morning, you hear me?

STITCH: Sucker, I thought you was dead.

GUNNY: Wishful thinking.

POWERS: Just what the hell do you think you were doing?

GUNNY: Just enjoying the view, sir.

POWERS: Well, you disobeyed a direct order. I told you to stay in contact and not to take this hill without me. Get on your feet, Highway!

GUNNY: With all due respect, sir, you're beginning to bore the hell out of me.

GUNNY: Semper Fi!

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 12:05:31 PM


CALLAHAN: Opinions are like @ssholes. Everybody has one.

CALLAHAN: I'm not some dog and pony act.

CALLAHAN: You have any kids, Lieutenant?


CALLAHAN: Lucky for them.

CALLAHAN: You forgot your fortune cookie.

PUNK: What?!

CALLAHAN: It says... you're $#!t out of luck.

CALLAHAN: I don't like your list, Swan. I don't like being on it.

SWAN: That-that's what this is really all about, isn't it? Well, if you've got a charge to make--

CALLAHAN: Maybe I'll start my own dead pool and put you on it.

SWAN: Are you threatening me?

CALLAHAN: If you want to play the game, you'd better know the rules, Love.

CALLAHAN: You know the trouble with you, Janero, is you have too much time on your hands. What you need is a job.

JANERO: A what?

CALLAHAN: A job! I'm gonna give you a job being a postman, understand? And it's gonna be your job to make sure the mail gets through. See that gorilla down there? That's Butcher Hicks and he's killed three men. Know how he did it? He tore them apart with his teeth. Didn't even find all the pieces. You might say he has an unhealthy appetite.

JANERO: So what.

CALLAHAN: So Hicks there is my new pen pal. I'm gonna be sending him a letter once a week and I'm gonna be telling him how I'm gonna be looking in on his sick mother and how I'm trying to get him special privileges here in the prison. And you know what's the interesting part? The interesting part is that if anything happens to me and Hicks doesn't get his letter, he's gonna be really pissed off and he's gonna come down here and see you because you're the mailman. In fact, he'll probably come down here to this post office and cancel your ass like a stamp. So you'd better ensure prompt, courteous delivery and pray that nothing happens to me.

CALLAHAN: Don't fu<k with me buddy or I'll kick your ass so hard you'll have to unbutton your collar to sh*t.

CALLAHAN: Oh, you see that dirtbag I was talking to down there. He says that smoking can cause cancer and anyone that smokes as much as you do is one dumb son-of-a-b*tch.

CALLAHAN: You're out of bullets, and you know what that means? You're sh*t out of luck.

CAPT. DONNELLY: Where's Rook?

CALLAHAN: He's hanging out back there.

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Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 12:08:23 PM


NOWAK: Too much raw dude for ya, huh babe? Well I can dig it. If my life were a movie, there'd be a sign on it saying "Caution, some scenes too intense for younger viewers."

NOWAK: Didn't anyone ever tell you you shouldn't mess with a man's vehicles?

NOWAK: I've got a firm policy on gun control. If there's a gun around, I want to be the one controlling it.

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Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 12:10:12 PM


WILSON: There's nothing tougher than trying to remember why you chased a dame once you've had her.

WILSON: Now you see why I want to go to Africa, kid. I've got nothing else to lose. Even if a lion or a buffalo gets me, my last minute will be a happy one. I'll just think of my creditors back in the States when they find out I've been eaten alive, and it'll all seem worthwhile.

WILSON: If there's half as much love in this old gal as there is talk, I may be dead in the morning.

VERRILL: You're beating the audience over the head, John. People don't go to see pictures to be lectured to.

WILSON: Tell me, Pete... do you own a percentage of this film?


WILSON: Then why are you so concerned about the damn audience?

VERRILL: Because we're in show business, John.

WILSON: Not me. And not you, either, when we work together. You see, we're gods, Pete. Lousy little gods who control the lives of the people we create. We sit up in some heavenly place and decide whether they live or die on the merits of what happens to them in reel one, or two or three, etcetera. And then we decide if they have the right to live, and that's how we arrive at our ending.

VERRILL: Well, that's what you say, John. But I say I'm a swell god. I say they should live... because of everything they've gone through together. They should live because this world doesn't necessarily have to be a hopeless and rotten place, John. We're not all destined and doomed to die of radium poisoning. Now I might be completely wrong... but that's what makes me... a swell god.

WILSON: That makes you a flea on an elephant's ass.

VERRILL: Oh, balls to your pessimism!

WILSON: You know something, Pete? You're never gonna be a good screenwriter, and you know why?

VERRILL: No, John. Why don't you tell me why?

WILSON: ‘Cause you let 85 million popcorn eaters pull you this way and that way. To write a movie, you must forget that anyone's ever gonna see it.

(Later in that same scene:)

WILSON: I'll die broke in a downtown Los Angeles flophouse and I won't be bitter. I'll have contributed maybe five, ten, damn good pictures. They'll name a special Academy Award after me. And you know something? All the wrong guys will get it and I'll be in hell laughing my ass off.

MARGARET: I'm not keen on London. I had to live there during the war and I got awfully fed up with it.

WILSON: Well I rather enjoyed it during the war. The people behaved so magnificently.

MARGARET: Well they didn't all behave well. You probably never left the West End.

WILSON: Not true, not true. I did a film about the London Blitz. I was all over town.

MARGARET: You can't have spent much time in Soho, where I lived.

WILSON: Why do you say that, dear?

MARGARET: I thought the people there were just horrid. There were an awful lot of Jews in that neighborhood.

VERRILL: Mrs. MacGregor...

MARGARET: Margaret.

VERRILL: Margaret. I must warn you, I'm a Jew.

MARGARET: You're not!




MARGARET: You're pulling my leg!

VERRILL: No, I'm not pulling your leg, Margaret. I'm a Jew.

MARGARET: Oh, I don't believe you. (Back to Wilson) I know I shouldn't say this, but that was the one thing about which I felt Hitler was absolutely right.

WILSON: Now, Margaret... the man has just gotten through warning you.

MARGARET: Because the Jews in London were awful. They ran the black market and they didn't go into the army. And when they did, they got themselves cushy jobs. Of course, there were upper-class Jews, but I'm not talking about them. I'm talking about the kikes in Soho, the foreigners.

VERRILL: Margaret. Margaret... my grandparents were kikes. My father and my mother were kikes... and I'm a kike.

WILSON: That's right, dear.

MARGARET: Well, you don't mean to tell me that you're Jewish too?

WILSON: No, absolutely not, ‘cause that would be a lie, and I wouldn't want to lie to you ever. But, I would like to tell you a little story, though.

MARGARET: Oh I love stories!

WILSON: Well, you mustn't interrupt now, because you're way too beautiful to interrupt people. When I was in London in the early 40's, I was dining one evening at The Savoy with a rather select group of people. And sitting next to me was a very beautiful lady, much like yoruself.

MARGARET: Now you're pulling my leg.

WILSON: Now, just listen dear. While we were dining and the bombs were falling and we were all talking about Hitler and comparing him with Napoleon, and we were all being really brilliant; and then, suddenly, this beautiful lady, she spoke up and said that that was the thing that she didn't mind about Hitler, was the way he was treating the Jews. Well, we all started arguing with her, of course, though mind you, no one at the table was Jewish. But, she persisted. Are you listening, honey?

MARGARET: Mustn't interrupt daddy.

WILSON: That's right. You're way too beautiful for that. Anyway, she went on to say that that's how she felt about it. That if she had her way, she would kill them all... burn them in ovens like Hitler. We all sat there in silence. And then, finally, I leaned over to her and I said, "Madam, I have dined with some of the ugliest god damn b*[email protected] in my time. And I have dined with some of the god damnest ugly b*[email protected] in this world. But, you, my dear, are the ugliest b*[email protected] of them all." Well, anyway, she got up to leave and she tripped over her chair and fell on the floor, and we all just sat there. No one raised a hand to help her. And finally when she picked herself up, I said to her one more time... "You, my dear, are the ugliest god damn b*[email protected] I have ever dined with." And do you know what happened? The very next day she reported me to the American Embassy and they brought me in for reprimand, and then when they investigated it, they found out that she was a German agent and they locked her up. Isn't that amazing?

MARGARET: Why did you tell me that story?

WILSON: Oh, I don't know. It wasn't because I thought you were a German agent, honey. But, I was tempted tonight to say the very same thing to you, I didn't want you to think I'd never said it before. You ma'am are the..... well, you know the rest. (Pause) Care for some champagne, honey?

MARGARET: No, thank you.


MARGARET: Well, it's getting late. I think I'd better go back to my room.

WILSON: Well, Pete and I will accompany you.

MARGARET: There's no need. (She runs off)

WILSON: (Calling after her) No bother at all. Goodnight, Margaret.

VERRILL: Sorry, John. I know you wanted to get laid.

WILSON: Well, that's all right, kid. You can't help it if you're a kike.

WILSON: Pete, I'm gonna take myself a nap. Please don't wake me unless you're sure we're gonna crash cause ... I wouldn't want to miss something like that.

WILSON: You've got to fight when you think it's the right thing to do. Otherwise you feel like your gut's full of pus. Even if you get the hell beat out of you. If you fight, you feel okay about it.

VERRILL: You're either crazy, or the most egocentric, irresponsible son-of-a-b*[email protected] that I have ever met. You're about to blow this whole picture out of your nose, John. And for what? To commit a crime. To kill one of the rarest, most noble creatures that roams the face of this crummy earth. And in order to commit this crime, you're willing to forget about all of us and let this whole god damn thing go down the drain.

WILSON: You're wrong, kid. It's not a crime to kill an elephant. It's bigger than all that. It's a sin to kill an elephant. Do you understand? It's a sin. The only sin that you can buy a license and go out to commit. That's why I want to do it before I do anything else in this world. Do you understand me? Of course you don't. How could you? I don't understand it myself.

WILSON: Oh God, this makes it all so worthwhile.

WILSON: (In a harsh, broken whisper) Action.

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Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 12:20:39 PM


PULOVSKI: You want to know what a real criminal is, Ackerman? It's the son of a b*[email protected] who painted this car, that's who... Can you imagine defacing a work of art like this with a color like that? The guy ought to have his ass removed.

REPORTER: This is auto theft detective Nick Pulovski. Detective, you seem to have gone very much out of your way to make sure we were here for these raids.

PULOVSKI: Well that's right, ma'am. I realize that homicides and splashy robberies get most of the headlines, but it's about time this sort of crime get the attention it deserves. Now it's impossible to make a real dent, but it is possible to hurt the individual @#!holes who are [email protected]#king it up for everyone. Now I happen to know of a prick that's responsible for the whole [email protected]#king operation and that son of a b*[email protected] is hurting out there and I'm [email protected]#king liking it.

PULOVSKI: If you want a guarantee, buy a toaster.

ACKERMAN: You think I like dragging around after you all day? I [email protected]#king hate it! And I hate the way you drive, and I hate your stinking whiskey breath.

PULOVSKI: Well I hate your uptight, regulation-spouting boyscout horsesh*t. And I hate the little [email protected]#king creases in your pants. And I hate these [email protected]#king donuts... these fruitcake little ones with the god damn pinky $#!t on top. Nobody eats that sh*t.

ACKERMAN: While you were up there with what's-her-name sitting on your face...

PULOVSKI: She did not sit on my face.

PULOVSKI: There's got to be a hundred reasons why I don't blow you away. Right now I can't think of one.

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Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 12:25:33 PM


LITTLE BILL: I don't deserve this ... to die like this. I was building a house!

MUNNY: Deserve's got nothin' to do with it!

MUNNY: It's a hell of a thing, killin' a man. You take away all he's got, and all he's ever gonna have.

THE KID: Yeah, well I guess they had it comin'.

MUNNY: We all have it coming, kid.

MUNNY: That's right ... I've killed women and children. Killed just about everything that walks or crawls at one time or another. And I'm here to kill you, Little Bill, for what you did to Ned.

MUNNY: Any man don't want to get killed, better clear on out the back.

MUNNY: You'd better bury Ned right! You'd better not cut up nor otherwise harm no whores! Or I'll come back and kill every one of you sons of b*[email protected]

LITTLE BILL: Well, sir, you are a cowardly son of a b*[email protected] You just shot an unarmed man!

MUNNY: Well, he shoulda armed himself, if he's gonna decorate his saloon with my friend.

MUNNY: I ain't like that no more, Kid. It was whiskey done it as much as anything else. I ain't had a drop in over ten years. My wife, she cured me of that. Cured me of drink and wickedness.

MUNNY:  Ain't hardly been in the saddle myself in a while. The horse is getting even with me for the sins of my youth. In my youth, before I met your dear, departed ma, I used to be weak and given to mistreatin' animals. This horse and those hogs over there are gettin' even with me for the cruelty that I inflicted. I used to be able to cuss and whip a horse like this. But your ma, rest her soul, showed me the error of my ways.

MUNNY: I'm just a fellow now. I ain't no different than anyone else... no more.

BEAUCHAMP: Who'd you kill first?


BEAUCHAMP: When confronted by superior numbers, an experienced gunfighter will always fire on the best shot first.

MUNNY: Is that so?

BEAUCHAMP: Yeah. Little Bill told me that, and you probably killed him first, didn't you?

MUNNY: I was lucky in the order. But I've always been lucky when it comes to killing folks.

BEAUCHAMP:  That's all. Who was next? It was Clyde, right? You must have killed Clyde. No, it could have been deputy Andy, or... or....

MUNNY: All I can tell you is who's gonna be last.

MUNNY: I seen him, Ned. I seen the Angel of Death. I seen the river, Ned. H-He's got snake eyes.

NED: Who, Will? Who's got snake eyes?

MUNNY: The Angel of Death. Oh, Ned ... oh, Ned. I'm scared of dying!

NED: Easy, partner. Easy.

MUNNY: I seen Claudia, too.

NED: Well, that's good, Will, that's good you saw Claudia, ain't it?

MUNNY: Her face was all covered with worms ... Oh, Ned, I'm scared. I ... I'm ... I'm dying. You won't ... No, don't tell nobody... Don't tell my kids ... none of the things I done ... You hear me?

NED: All right, Will.

THE SCHOFIELD KID: $#!t. I thought they was gonna get us. I was even scared, a little. Just for a minute. Was you ever scared in them days?

MUNNY: I can't remember. I was drunk, most of the time.

LITTLE BILL: I'll see you in Hell, William Munny.

MUNNY: Yeah ...

MUNNY: Whoa! Whoa, God damn! You no good pig fu<king whore! Whoa! Sorry old horse!

MUNNY: All right now, I'm comin' out. Any man I see out there, I'm gonna kill 'im. Any sonofab*[email protected] takes a shot at me, I'm not only gonna kill him, I'm gonna kill his wife, all his friends. Burn his damn house down. Nobody better shoot.

THE SCHOFIELD KID: Like I was sayin' you don't look like no meaner than hell cold-blooded damn killer.

MUNNY: Maybe I ain't.

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Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 12:33:59 PM


FRANK HORRIGAN: The secretaries get prettier and prettier around here.

LILLY RAINES: Hmm, and the field agents get older and older.

LILLY: What are you looking at?

FRANK: I was just wondering where you hide your fire arm... Don't tell me, let me guess.

FRANK: I'll bet you that brown pigeon down there flies off before the white one.

LILLY: How do you know?

FRANK: I know things about pigeons, Lilly.

LEARY: Do you really have the guts to take a bullet, Frank?

FRANK: Well I'll be thinking about that when I'm pissing on your grave.

LILLY: What makes you think he'll call again?

FRANK: Oh he'll call again. He's got... panache.

LILLY: Panache?

FRANK: Yeah, it means "flamboyance."

LILLY: I know what it means.

FRANK: Really? I had to look it up.

FRANK: Am I being paranoid, or is he busting my balls?

FRANK: I've never worked with a female agent before. How many are there?

LILLY: About 125.

FRANK: Hmm, pure window dressing.

LILLY: Excuse me?

FRANK: Window dressing. About 125 out of a little over 2,000. They have you all around so the president can look good to his feminist voters.

LILLY: Do you make an effort to be obnoxious, or is it a gift?

FRANK: It's a gift. Let's face it, half the things we do are window dressing. Take running alongside that limousine. It would take an anti-tank missile to put a dent in that damn thing, but there we are... out for show, trying to make the president look more presidential.

LILLY: So if I'm here to court the feminist vote, what demographics do you represent?

FRANK: Let's see... white, piano-playing heterosexuals over the age of fifty. There ain't a whole lot of us, but we do have a powerful lobby.

LILLY: Well, time flies when you're being annoyed.

FRANK: If she looks back, that means she's interested. Come on now, give me a little look. One little glance back. Give me that smug look and be on your way. (Lilly looks back, Frank smiles and turns to the statue of Lincoln) Well, Abe... damn. Wish I could've been there for ya pal.

FRANK: A good glare can be just as effective as a gun. Know what I mean?

LILLY: Oh, yeah.

FRANK: Know what I mean? (Frank glares at her. Lilly glares back)

LILLY: Oh, you got me.

FRANK: You better stick to the shades, Shweetheart.

LEARY: Frank, you looked so sad on the bus. I mean, I'm sorry... it was self-defense.

FRANK: Tell me about Skellum.

LEARY: You're barking up the wrong tree, Frank. Skellum's worthless.

FRANK: You gonna meet him in LA?

LEARY: (Scoffs) It's late in the game and you're way behind, Frank.

FRANK: I'm way ahead! Look, Leary, I know what you look like. I've seen your eyes.

LEARY: My eyes might look different next time.

FRANK: Not what's behind them won't. You better pray I don't find you, you prick!

LEARY: Pray? What, do you want to kill me, Frank?

FRANK: That's right!

LEARY: The irony is so thick you could choke on it.

FRANK: There's no fu<king irony, Mitch!

LEARY: Think, Frank. Think. The same government that trained me to kill, trained you to protect. Yet, now you want to kill me, while up on that roof I protected you. They're gonna write books about us, Frank.

FRANK: I'm tired of your bullsh*t, Mitch!

LEARY: Don't be a poor sport, Frank. You could have taken me out, but you chose to save your ass. Don't cry about it now. Okay? You know, it does make me wonder about Dallas though. Did you really do all you could have? Or did you make a choice there too? Hmm? Do you really have the guts to take a bullet, Frank?

FRANK: Damn, now I gotta put all that sh*t back on, God damn it.

FRANK:  I saw a picture of your friend lying on the floor with his throat cut.

LEARY: But you didn't see, Frank. What you couldn't possibly know is they sent MY best friend, MY comrade in arms to MY HOME to kill me!

FRANK: Your voice is shaking.

LEARY: I never lied to you, Frank, and I never will!

FRANK: Why is it everyone who ever knew you said that you're a sick son of a b*tch? Your colleagues, your wife--

LEARY: What does your wife say about you, Frank?

FRANK: Oh, well, we're not talking about me.

LEARY: Frank, you of all people... I want you to understand.

FRANK: Why should I understand?

LEARY: Because we both used to think that this country was a very special place.

FRANK: You don't know what I used to think.

LEARY: Oh, but you know about me?! Do you have any idea what I've done for God and country?! Some pretty fu<king horrible things! I don't even remember who I was before they sunk their claws into me!

FRANK: That made you into a real monster, huh?

LEARY: That's right. And now they want to destroy me because we can't have monsters running in the quiet countryside, now can we?

FRANK: What do you see when you're in the dark and the demons come?

LEARY: I see you, Frank. I see you standing over the grave of another dead president.

FRANK: That's not gonna happen. I'm on to you.

LEARY: Fu<k you, Frank. I am willing to trade my life for his. I am smart and I am willing, and that is all it takes. That president is coming home from California in a fu<king box.

FRANK: Where in California?

LEARY: Oh, you want the address? Come on, Frank. I'll keep you in the game but I'm not gonna throw it for you.

FRANK: I want you to give yourself up.

LEARY: So I can live a long and fruitful life?

FRANK: Well, we can work something out.

LEARY: Fu<k you. Frank, don't fu<king lie to me. I have a rendezvous with death. Oh, and so does the President. And so do you, Frank, if you get too close to me.

FRANK: You have a rendezvous with my @ss, motherfu<ker!

LEARY: Frank, Frank, do you know how easily I could kill you, Frank? Do you know how many times I've watched you go in and out of that apartment? You're alive because I have allowed you to live. So you show me some GODDAMN RESPECT!

FRANK: You know something? For years I've been listening to all these idiots on bar stools with all their pet theories on Dallas. How it was the Cubans or the CIA or the white supremacists or the mob or whether there was one weapon or whether it was five. None of that's meant too much to me. But Leary, he questioned whether I had the guts to take that fatal bullet. (Long pause as Frank visualizes the day, remembering every detail... his voice weak and close to cracking.) God, that was a beautiful day. The sun was out. Been raining all morning, the air was— The first shot, sounded like a firecracker. I looked over and I saw him, I could tell he was hit. I don't know why I didn't react. I should have reacted. I should have been running flat out. I just couldn't believe it. If only I reacted I could have taken that shot. That would have been all right with me.

LEARY: So, you had the guts, Frank. You took the bullet.

FRANK: I broke my damn ribs.

LEARY: Sorry, I wasn't aiming at you.

LILLY: Where the hell are the shooters?

SHOOTER 1: West Tower in place. No lights inside.

SHOOTER 2: Sh*t. No shot from the north. We can't see inside.

LEARY: Wearing a bulletproof vest, Frank? That's a bit of a cheat, don't you think? Otherwise, you played a good game.

FRANK: It's no game, Leary. I was doing my job. What are we gonna do now?

LEARY: Do you believe in the nobility of suicide?

FRANK: No. But if you want to blow your Goddamn head off, go ahead. Be my guest.

LEARY: Nicely put, Frank. Except, you see, I don't want to leave this miserable world alone.

LILLY: West Tower, do you have a shot?

SHOOTER 1: Negative. Too dark. Target unclear.

LEARY: It's better to die with a friend. Don't you think, Frank?

FRANK: You're not a friend. You're a damn killer, you sick bastard!

LEARY: Don't talk to me that way! I saved your life! You owe me.

FRANK: I don't owe you sh*t.

LEARY: I was always honest and fair with you.

FRANK: Go ahead and shoot. Go ahead.

CHAVEZ: It's Frank! Quiet! Quiet!

FRANK: Come on, damn it!

LILLY: Frank, are you talking to me?

FRANK: Well, what are you waiting for?

LEARY: What am I waiting for? I'm waiting for you to show me some God damn gratitude. Without me, you'd still just be another sad-eyed, piano-playing drunk. I brought you into this game. I let you keep up with me. I made you a God damn hero today

FRANK: You didn't make me anything.

LEARY: I redeemed your pathetic, sh*tty life.

FRANK: I just did my job. You're the one with the fu<king pathetic life. Go ahead and shoot, damn it.

LILLY: They can't see inside. If they fire, you'll be hit.

LEARY: I want you to thank me first, Frank.

FRANK: Shut up and shoot!

LILLY: All right, Frank.

LEARY: All right, Frank.

LILLY: Shooters, standby to fire. Wait for my command.

LEARY: Sleep well, my friend.

FRANK: Just one thing... aim high.

LEARY: What?

LILLY: Aim high!


LILLY: Fire!

LEARY: You bastard!

(Shooters take their shots and break the remaining glass doors of the elevator. Frank and Leary fight inside, after a few punches, Frank knocks Leary out of the elevator... Leary grabs the edge on the way down. Frank reaches his hand down to help him back up.)

FRANK: Take my hand. If you don't, you'll die.

LEARY: You want to save me, Frank?

FRANK: To be honest and fair with you, no. But it's my job.

MAN ON GROUND: All you people, stand back!

FRANK: (Reaching hand further) Take it!

(Leary purposefully lets go of the edge, choosing to fall to his death.)

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 12:35:22 PM


ADLER: Red, they got T-bones in the fridge.

BRADLEY: Now, I don't think we should eat that. Those were ordered special for the Governor.

ADLER: And tater tots.

BRADLEY: They might not approve of this.

GARNETT: That so? I do like tater tots.

GARNETT: I don't care who you work for, you're here for one reason and one reason only. You hear me?

BOBBY LEE: Anything else, chief?

GARNETT: Yeah, you're in my office. Get out.

SALLY GERBER: You know you did everything you could, don't you?

RED GARNETT: I don't know nothing. Not one damn thing.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 12:40:16 PM


ROBERT: I was just picking you some flowers. Men still do that, don't they? I'm not out of date, am I, picking flowers for a woman as a sign of appreciation?

FRANCESCA: No, not at all, except those are poisonous. (Robert drops the flowers... Francesca laughs) I'm kidding, I'm sorry. I'm just kidding. I'm so sorry.

ROBERT: Are you sadistic by nature, or what?

FRANCESCA: What's the most exciting place that you've ever been in the whole world, hmm? Unless you're too tired to talk about it.

ROBERT: Hmmm... most exciting, hmm... If you're asking a man if he's tired of talking about himself, then you haven't been out much, have you? I'm sorry... I didn't mean that to make it sound like some dumb statement.

FRANCESCA: No, it was meant... maybe it's a little dull for you, sitting here telling all this to some housewife in the middle of nowhere.

ROBERT: This is your home. This isn't nowhere. And it's not dull.

ROBERT: To ancient evenings and distant music.

ROBERT: I'm a loner, but not a monk.

ROBERT: Oh, and don't fool yourself, Francesca. You're anything but a simple woman.

ROBERT: If you want me to stop, tell me now.

ROBERT: I don't know if I can do this, you know.


ROBERT: Try to cram in a whole lifetime between now and Friday.

ROBERT: I'll only say this once. I've never said it before. This kind of certainty comes but just once in a lifetime.

(Int. day. Francesca's kitchen. Robert at the breakfast table, eating scrambled eggs. Francesca goes and gets toast from the toaster and serves it to Robert.)

FRANCESCA: Did you sleep well?

ROBERT: Mmm-hmm ... Thanks.

FRANCESCA: Good. More coffee?


FRANCESCA: (after a restless pause) Robert, I hope you don't mind my asking, but I feel like I should.


FRANCESCA: Well, these, ah, women friends of yours all over the world ... how does it work? Do you see some of them ... again, or ... forget about others? Or do you write to some of them, now and then? How do you manage it, hmm?

ROBERT: What do you mean?

FRANCESCA: I just need to know the routine, the procedure, so I don't upset your routine, eh ... Do you want some jam?

ROBERT: What are you talking about, routine? There's no routine. Is that what you think this is?

FRANCESCA: Well, what is this?

ROBERT: (After a pause) Well, is it up to me? You're the one who's married, and you have no intention of leaving your husband ...

FRANCESCA: To do what? Go off with someone who needs everyone, but no one in particular? I mean, ah, what would be the point. Will you pass me the butter, please?

ROBERT: I was honest with you.

FRANCESCA: Yes! Absolutely. You have, you have this habit of not needing, and that's very hard to break, but ... in that case, why sleep, you don't need rest, why eat, you don't need food.

(She takes his breakfast away from him and puts the dishes in the sink.)

ROBERT: What are you doing?

FRANCESCA: Gee, I don't know, maybe I'm not cut out to be a world citizen who experiences everything and nothing at the same time.

ROBERT: How do you know what I experience?

FRANCESCA: I know you.


FRANCESCA: And what can this possibly mean to someone who doesn't need meaning, who just goes with the mystery ... and pretends that he's not scared to death.

ROBERT: (angrily) Let's stop this right now.

FRANCESCA: You know, after you leave here I'm going to have to go on sitting here for the rest of my life, and wonder what happened to me ... if anything happened at all. And I'm going to have to wonder if you're going to be sitting in some housewife's kitchen in Romania or somewhere ... and telling her about your world of good friends, and you'll secretly include me in that group.

ROBERT: What do you want me to say?

FRANCESCA: I don't want you to say anything, I don't need you to say anything.

ROBERT: I want you to stop this right now.

FRANCESCA: Fine. More eggs, or shall we just fu<k on the linoleum one last time?

ROBERT: I'm not gonna be ... I'm not gonna apologize for who I am. ...

FRANCESCA: No. Nobody's asking you to ...

ROBERT: ... and I'm not gonna be made to feel I've done something wrong ...

FRANCESCA: (furiously) No, you're not going to be made to feel anything, period ...(she slaps his chest) ... because you have carved out this little part for yourself in the world, where you get to be a voyeur and a hermit and a lover whenever you feel like it ... and the rest of us are supposed to feel incredibly grateful for this brief moment that you've touched us ... Go to hell! It isn't human not to be lonely, and it isn't human not to be afraid! You're a hypocrite and you're a phony!

ROBERT: (very quietly) I don't want to need you ...


ROBERT: Because I can't have you.

FRANCESCA: What difference does that make?

ROBERT: (He moves his lips, but no words come. He turns away from the camera, and walks over to the window.)

FRANCESCA: Oh! Don't you see ... I just, oh Robert, don't you see? I just have to know the truth, huh? ... I just have to know the truth, because if I don't, I'll go crazy. So just tell me, either way. Because I can't act like this is enough because it has to be. And I can't pretend not to feel what I feel because it's over tomorrow.

ROBERT: (All this time he has been facing away from her and the camera hasn't shown his face. Now the camera moves to the left to show a closeup of his left profile.) If I've done anything to make you think that what we have between us is nothing new for me ... is just some routine ... then I do apologize.

FRANCESCA: (the camera moves back to her) What makes it different, Robert?

ROBERT: It's just that I, oh, when I think of why I make pictures ... the only reason I can come up with ... it just seems that I've been making my way here ... it seems right now that all I've ever done in my life has been making my way here to you. And if ... I have to think about leaving here tomorrow ... without you ...

(She has tears on her face. He is facing away from the camera, towards her. They embrace.)

FRANCESCA: (in a whisper) Don't let go ... (Aloud) Oh my God, what are we going to do?

(They continue to embrace as she sobs quietly. Finally, they hear a noise from the driveway as a car pulls in below the kitchen window. It's Neighbor Madge, who has brought the grass widow some Brown Betty. Robert hastens upstairs.)

(After Madge has left, Francesca goes up to the bedroom, where she finds Robert stretched out on the bed, lying on his side. She lies down beside him. He takes her hand; their fingers intertwine.)

ROBERT: (in a whisper) Come with me ... Come away with me ...

FRANCESCA: (does not answer ... )

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 12:41:35 PM


LUTHER: This person, they go in the front door, they go out a window and down a rope in the middle of the night? If I could do something like that, I'd be the star of my A.A.R.P. meetings.

(Later in that same scene)

SETH: Why don't you go on about the wig makers.

LUTHER: Well I would, but I've got to go have my pacemaker checked, it's been so exciting talking to you.

SETH: A, you don't have a pacemaker. And B, I'll be back tomorrow.

LUTHER: Tomorrow is promised to no one.

COLLIN: Luther, he's my president... right or wrong.

LUTHER: Well, he made a mistake. You made a mistake. When you went after my little girl, that was entirely unacceptable.

COLLIN: Mercy....

LUTHER: I'm fresh out.

LUTHER: Oh, come on, Mr. Sullivan. We're too old to bullsh*t each other.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 12:50:58 PM


EVERETT: Frankly, I don't give a rat's @ss about Jesus Christ, and I don't care about justice in this world or the next. I don't even care what's right or wrong. Never have. But do you know what this is?

BEACHUM: What is this, some kind of joke?

EVERETT: No, it's no joke. That's my nose. To tell you the pitiful truth, that's all I have in life. When my nose tells me something stinks I gotta have faith in it, just like you have your faith in Jesus. When my nose is working well I know there's truth out there somewhere, but if it isn't working well then they might as well drive me off a cliff, 'cause I'm nothing. Well, lately I'm not one hundred percent sure my nose has really been working that great. So I've gotta ask you, did you kill that woman or not?

EVERETT: Give me something, God damn it!

EVERETT: Warden? You're not really sure are ya?

D.A. NUSSBAUM: Call my office in the morning, I'll try to help you out.

EVERETT: If you wait till the morning, you better sleep God damn well tonight 'cause after today I'm gonna haunt the $#!t out of you, understand? I'm gonna haunt your ass all over this God damn town.

BRIDGET: Ohhh, more and more office workers are insisting on the right not to breathe second-hand smoke.

EVERETT: And more and more scumbags don't care.

(Bridget laughs)

EVERETT: Well, Bridget... you're an adorable person.

BRIDGET: Sexual harassment. Hmmm... what are the guidelines?

EVERETT: Who can say?

BRIDGET: I hate my job, Ev.

EVERETT: But I love watching you do it, Darling.

MANN: Didn't I tell you that Bob has been gunning for you since the day he got here... in his quiet, earnest, reasonable way? He's probably glad you're banging his wife, now he has some ethical mandate to annihilate you.

EVERETT: Well that's great, I live to make him happy. But that's not the problem.

MANN: You should have fu<ked my wife, I'd've just punched you out.

EVERETT: I did fu<k your wife.

MANN: Oh, lucky bastard. How was she, good?

EVERETT: A real wildcat.

MANN: Great.

EVERETT: Damn it, Bob! Why don't you hit me in the fu<king face, will you? I'll fall down, I'll bleed, I'll do all that. I deserve it. Then you can go home and hit your wife, 'cause she likes it.

MANN: (Laughs) Nice one, babe.

EVERETT: Santa Claus rides alone.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 12:55:26 PM


FRANK CORVIN: Put a sock in it, Sonny.

BOB GERSON: I can't fill up a space shuttle with geriatrics and you ought to be professional enough to know that. Hell, half those boys are probably dead anyway.

FRANK: Clock's ticking, Bob. And I'm only getting older.

TINY: I'll put you in the hospital old man.

FRANK: Well I've got Medicare. Go ahead and shoot your best shot.

JERRY: Hey, Frank. Holy cow, what are you doing here?

FRANK: Finding out what you're doing for the next month and a half. NASA wants to send us into space.

JERRY: (Laughs) I wondered which one of us was gonna go first. Senile dementia, Sweetheart. Forty-year-old memories are as sharp as the day they happened, but you can't remember what you had for breakfast. Frank Corvin, my associate, Cherie.

FRANK: Cherie.


JERRY: What'd you have for breakfast, Frank?

FRANK: Let's see, I had vegetarian huevos rancheros, egg whites only, of course. Then some sort of a filtered decaf cappuccino that tasted like it was filtered through a jock strap.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 01:03:03 PM


BUDDY: This goes on any longer, I want a raise.

McCALEB: How about workman's comp?

DR. FOX: Have you been taking your pills every day?

McCALEB: Yeah, yeah all 34 of them.

DR. FOX: All your blood levels are good. I might lower your prednisone next week.

McCALEB: Oh, thank God. I'm getting tired of shaving three times a day.

McCALEB: An accident is fate, murder is evil.

GRACIELLA: You ever use a cell phone, McCaleb?

McCALEB: No, I don't believe in them. I always stick to a hard line.

McCALEB: Let's go see if we can find Lockridge at work.

WINSTON: What do you mean "let's go"? We just shot up half the valley!

McCALEB: Well, did you hit anyone?

WINSTON: No, thank God.

McCALEB: Well, neither did I. Let's go.

McCALEB: Arrango, next time you come to this dock, this Mexican is gonna kick your ass.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 01:03:39 PM


MAGGIE: Mr. Dunn?

FRANKIE: I owe you money?

MAGGIE: No, sir.

FRANKIE: I know your mama?

MAGGIE: Thought you might be interested in training me.

FRANKIE: I don't train girls.

MAGGIE: People who seen me fight say I'm pretty tough.

FRANKIE: Girlie... tough ain't enough.

MAGGIE: I'm workin' the bag, Boss.

FRANKIE: I'm not your boss. And that bag's workin' you.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 01:53:14 PM


KOWALSKI:  Ever notice how you come across somebody once in a while you shouldn't have [email protected]#ked with? That's me.

KOWALSKI: Oh, I've got one. A Mexican, a Jew, and a colored guy go into a bar. The bartender looks up and says, "Get the fu<k out of here."

MARTIN:  There. You finally look like a human being again. You shouldn't wait so long between hair cuts, you cheap son of a b*tch.

KOWALSKI: Yeah. I'm surprised you're still around. I was always hoping you'd die off and they got someone in here that knew what the hell they were doing. Instead, you're just hanging around like the doo-wop dago you are.

MARTIN: That'll be ten bucks, Walt.

KOWALSKI: Ten bucks? Jesus Christ, Marty. What are you, half Jew or somethin'? You keep raising the damn prices all the time.

MARTIN: It's been ten bucks for the last five years, you hard-nosed Polack son of a b*tch.

KOWALSKI: Yeah, well keep the change.

MARTIN: See you in three weeks, prick.

KOWALSKI: Not if I see you first, dipsh*t.

KOWALSKI: I'll blow a hole in your face then go inside and sleep like a baby.

KOWALSKI: Get off my lawn!

KOWALSKI: I once fixed a door that wasn't even broken yet.

JANOVICH: Why didn't you call the police?

KOWALSKI: Well you know, I prayed for them to come but nobody answered.

KOWALSKI: How ya doing Martin, you crazy Italian prick?

KOWALSKI: Ohh... He's a pussy kid from next door. I'm trying to man him up a little bit.

KOWALSKI: Take it easy, take it easy! What the hell are you doing? Have you lost your mind?

KOWALSKI: You don't just come in and insult the man in his own shop! You just don't do that. What happens if you meet some stranger? You get the wrong one, he's gonna blow your gook head right off!

KOWALSKIi:  I think you're an over-educated 27-year-old virgin who likes to hold the hands of superstitious old ladies and promise them everlasting life.

KOWALSKI: Take these three items, some WD-40, a vise grip, and a roll of duct tape. Any man worth his salt can fix almost any problem with this stuff alone.

YOUA: You're funny.

KOWALSKI: I've been called a lot of things, but never funny.

KOWALSKI: What the hell does everybody want with my Gran Torino?

KOWALSKI:  I blow a hole in your face and then I go in the house and I sleep like a baby. You can count on that. We used to stack fu<ks like you five feet high in Korea... use ya for sandbags.

KOWALSKI: Watch your language, lady.

KOWALSKI: Relax, zipperhead. I'm not gonna shoot you. I'd look down too, if I was you. You know, I knew you were a dipsh*t the first time I ever saw you. Then I thought you were worse with women than stealing cars... Toad.

THAOr: It's Thao.


THAO: It's not Toad, my name is Thao.

KOWALSKI: Yeah, well, you were blowing it with that girl who was there. Not that I give two $#!ts about a toad like you.

THAO: You don't know what you're talking about.

KOWALSKI: You're wrong, Eggroll, I know exactly what I'm talking about. I may not be the most pleasant person to be around, but I got the best woman who was ever on this planet to marry me. I worked at it, it was the best thing ever happened to me. Hands down. But you, you know, you're letting Click-Clack, Ding-Dong and Charlie Chan just walk out with Miss What's-her-face. She likes you, you know? Though I don't know why!

THAO: Who?

KOWALSKI: Yum Yum. You know, the girl in the purple sweater. She's been looking at you all day, stupid!

THAO: You mean Youa?

KOWALSKI: Yeah... Yum Yum... yeah... nice girl... nice girl, very charming girl... I talked with her... yeah. But you, you just let her walk out right out with the Three Stooges. And you know why? 'Cause you're a big fat pussy. Well, I gotta go. Good day, pussycake.

KOWALSKI: What are you spooks up to?

KOWALSKI: I confess that I have no desire to confess.

KOWALSKI:  The old hag hates my guts!

JANOVICH: Go in peace.

KOWALSKI: Oh, I am at peace.

KOWALSKI: Get me another beer, Dragon Lady! This one's running on empty.

THAO: What was it like to kill someone?

KOWALSKI: You don't want to know.

KOWALSKI: We shot men, stabbed them with bayonets, chopped up 17 year olds with shovels.

KOWALSKI: Would it kill you to buy American?

KOWALSKI: I'm no hero. I was just trying to get that babbling gook off my lawn!

KOWALSKI: It ain't rocket science for Christ's sake.

KOWALSKI: You got your whole life ahead of you, but for me, I finish things.

KOWALSKI:  You wanna know what it's like to kill a man? Well, it's goddamn awful, that's what it is. The only thing worse is getting a medal... for killing some poor kid that wanted to just give up, that's all. Yeah, some scared little gook just like you. I shot him in the face with that rifle you were holding in there a while ago. Not a day goes by that I don't think about it, and you don't want that on your soul.

KOWALSKI: Shut your fu<kin' face!

KOWALSKI: The thing that haunts a guy is the stuff he wasn't ordered to do.

KOWALSKI: Jesus, Joseph and Mary. These Hmong broads are like badgers.

KOWALSKI: How many swamp rats can you get in one room?

SUE: The Lutherans brought us over.

KOWALSKI: Everybody blames the Lutherans.

KOWALSKI: [reading aloud from the newspaper] Your birthday today, Daisy. This year you have to make a choice between two life paths. Second chances comes your way. Extraordinary events culminate in what might seem to be an anticlimax. Your lucky numbers are 84, 23, 11, 78, and 99. What a load of sh*t.

KOWALSKI: Get your ofay paddy ass on down the road.

KOWALSKI:  Come on, Zipperhead. We'll leave the mick here to play with himself.

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Title: Re: Favorite Eastwood Quotes Website
Post by: Matt on January 17, 2016, 03:07:56 PM


GUS: Now get out of here before I have a heart attack trying to kill you.

GUS:  Being comfortable is overrated.

GUS:  What do you say now, jackass? That's known as trouble with the curve.

GUS: What are you all staring at? I'm not a pole dancer.

GUS: Well, it looks like I'll be taking the bus.

GUS:  Okay, come on now. Come on, boy. Let's not take your sweet-ass time about this. Jesus. Okay, that's it... Ah, good. Don't laugh, I outlived you, you little bastard.

GUS: You just need to get as far away from me as you can. Can't you understand that?

GUS: Anybody who uses computers doesn't know a damn thing about this game.

GUS: I think maybe, maybe I could change the way I do things.

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