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Professionals, The - 1966 Movie Quotes


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  i will fuck your ass!!! (full quote)
10929 -You bastard. -Yes, sir. In my case an accident of birth. But you, you're a self-made man. (full quote)
10929 There's only been one revolution since the beginning. The good guys versus the bad guys. The question is: who are the good guys? (full quote)
10929 -Just wondering, what makes you worth $100,000? -Go to hell. -Yes, ma'am. I'm on my way. (full quote)
10929 In this desert, nothing's harmless until it's dead. (full quote)
10929 Amigo, you just wrote my epitaph! (full quote)
10929 what else is on your mind besides one-hundred proof women, ninety proof whiskey, and fourteen carat gold? (full quote)
10929 --My word to Grant ain't worth a plug nickel. --You gave your word to me. (full quote)
10929 --your hair was darker then. --My heart was lighter then. (full quote)
10929 makes you wonder how we ever beat the Indians. (full quote)
10929 --what's the proposition? --You won't lose your pants. Your life maybe. But, what's that? --Hardly anything at all. (full quote)
10929 --You're gonna have to get over this nasty habit of always losing your pants. It's not dignified. --It's drafty, too. (full quote)
10929 --How do you come to this dirty business? --The usual...money. (full quote)
10929 Eh, smoking is bad for de health. (full quote)
10929 --They had us spotted backed when we picked up their trail. Why did they sucker us into this spot? --You're leery about the setup too. So? (full quote)
10929 They buried gold bullion. Two million in Spanish gold. Melted down into big, beautiful bars. Waiting for us. (full quote)
10929 We gave our word to bring the woman back. (full quote)
10929 --Dynamite in the hands of a fool means death. --In this case it could mean life. Ours. (full quote)
10929 --We've gotta make him think we're the Mexican army. --The four of us? --A whole battalion. (full quote)
10929 We can't fight our way in. Diversion is our only chance. (full quote)
10929 Rico, buddy, I got one of my feelings. Something dicey about this. (full quote)
10929 Fireworks start at 5:30 sharp. (full quote)
10929 Amigo, we've been had. Let's get the hell out of here. (full quote)
10929 From the loyal Ortega to the devoted goatkeeper, to the faithful wife at the mercy of a brutal kidnapper. That's one hell of a rigged parlay. (full quote)
10929 --The old badger game. --Shakedown partners, bed partners. Cozy. (full quote)
10929 Nothing is for always. Except death. (full quote)
10929 --Bottleneck like this, one of us might hold them off. --Yeah, one of us. --If he plays it cool. Hit and run. Stall and retreat. (full quote)
10929 Your job is to make good our contract. To deliver the goods. All the way. (full quote)
10929 --To die for money is foolish. --To die for a woman is more foolish. Any woman, even her. (full quote)
10929 Henry 'Rico' Fardan. Virginia Military Academy, Philippine Campaign, Cuba with Roosevelt's Rough Riders. Married a Mexican woman. No children. Wife deceased. Joined Pancho Villa as weapons expert and tactician...Left Villa's forces, June, 1915. A year of wildcatting and prospecting. Results: negative. Now demostrating automatic weapons. Salary: $40 a week. (full quote)
10929 Hans Ehrengard. Ex-cavalryman, cattle boss, wrangler, bull-whacker, packmaster. (full quote)
10929 Jacob Sharp. Specialist with rifle, rope, and longbow. Most dependable scout and tracker in the territory. (full quote)
10929 --what we really need is an equalizer. --Name it. --A dynamiter with a delicate touch to blow out a candle without putting a dent in the candleholder. (full quote)
10929 --What's the deal? --$10,000 per man, for nine days work. More money than we ever realized out of all our crazy gold, silver and oil schemes put together. (full quote)
10929 Mrs. Grant is a prisoner about hundred miles across this desert. A hellhole. For raza, a fortress. He was born in that desert. He and his men know every ravine, every rock, every cliff. It would take a battalion at least a month. But a few daring men...specialists, led by you, could do it in one bold, swift stroke. (full quote)
10929 Jake, shag them for awhile. Looke them over...But just look. (full quote)
10929 --What's so funny? --People. We just killed 10 men. Nobody bats an eye. But when it comes to God's most stupid animals... --But harmless. --northing's harmless in the desert, unless it's dead. (full quote)
10929 That, gentlemen, is the whirlingest dervish of them all. (full quote)