Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood

Highest Rated: 100% A Personal Journey With Martin Scorsese Through American Movies (1995)

Lowest Rated: 20% Any Which Way You Can (1980)

Birthday: May 31, 1930

Birthplace: San Francisco, California, USA

Clint Eastwood was an iconic American film actor, director and producer who over the course of his 60-plus year career in show business, built a legendary body of work nearly unmatched in American filmmaking. Born in San Francisco in 1930, Eastwood moved all across the West Coast with his family throughout the 1930s. His family eventually settled in Piedmont, California in 1940, and it's there the young Clint would remain throughout his teens. A rebellious youth, Eastwood got into a lot of trouble during high school, and it remains unknown whether or not he officially graduated. After high school Eastwood worked a series of odd jobs, including golf caddy and grocery store clerk, before being drafted into the United States Army. Despite being drafted during the Korean War, Eastwood never saw any action overseas, and worked as a lifeguard while stationed in Fort Ord in California. It was at Fort Ord that Eastwood met a director for Universal Pictures named Arthur Lubin. Lubin asked Eastwood to audition for him, and despite being unimpressed with his acting abilities, signed the aspiring young actor to a contract with the studio for $100 a week. From there Eastwood started auditioning for films and TV shows. He nabbed small parts in B monster movies like "Revenge of the Creature" (1955) and "Tarantula" (1955), as well as guest spots on shows like "West Point" (CBS/ABC, 1956-57) and "Maverick" (ABC, 1957-62). Eastwood's first big break came in 1958 when he was cast as the valiant cowboy Rowdy Yates on the western series "Rawhide" (CBS, 1959-65). Although Eastwood appeared in all 217 episodes of the series over eight seasons, over time he grew bored with the part and yearned to do something different. He would have that opportunity in 1964 when he starred in Italian director Sergio Leone's "A Fistful of Dollars." Eastwood played the lead character in the film, an anti-hero known as the "Man with No Name," and would go on to make two more films with Leone, "For a Few Dollars More" (1965) and "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" (1966), thus forming the groundbreaking trilogy of "Spaghetti Westerns" known as the Dollars Trilogy. After "Rawhide" was cancelled in 1965, and having already starred in two of Leone's Westerns, Eastwood put TV aside to focus on films. By the 1970s he had become one of the biggest box office draws in Hollywood with his memorable performances in films like "Dirty Harry" (1971), "High Plains Drifter" (1973), "The Outlaw Josey Wales" (1976), and "Escape from Alcatraz" (1979). The 70s was also the decade Eastwood began his foray into film directing, making his debut with the dark thriller "Play Misty for Me" in 1971. He would eventually go on to direct a number of films in the 70s and 80s, including "The Gauntlet" (1977), "Sudden Impact" (1983), and "Bird" (1988). By the early 90s, Eastwood had already achieved American icon status. But as it turns out, his career was only getting started. In 1993 Eastwood won two Oscars, Best Picture and Best Director, for directing the western "Unforgiven" (1992). Eastwood also starred in the film and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. Eastwood continued working steadily as an actor/director throughout the 90s and 2000s, most notably with the films "The Bridges of Madison County" (1995), "Space Cowboys" (2000), and "Blood Work" (2002). His acting output began to slow by the mid-2000s, while his work behind the camera only intensified. Beginning in 2003, Eastwood directed a number of highly successful films that were either nominated or won Academy Awards: "Mystic River" (2003), "Million Dollar Baby" (2004), "Letters from Iwo Jima" (2006), and "American Sniper" (2014). Eastwood won the Oscar for Best Picture for "Million Dollar Baby" - his second Best Picture winner. In 2018, at the age of 88, Eastwood returned to film acting with the crime thriller "The Mule," which he also directed. In May of 2019 it was announced that Eastwood would direct the historical film "The Ballad of Richard Jewell," which was based on a suspect in the 1996 Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
77% 96% Richard Jewell Director,
Producer
$22.3M 2019
70% 66% The Mule Earl Stone (Character),
Director,
Producer
$103.8M 2018
23% 38% The 15:17 to Paris Director,
Producer
$36.2M 2018
85% 84% Sully Director,
Producer
$125M 2016
51% 62% Jersey Boys Director,
Producer
$47M 2014
72% 84% American Sniper Director,
Producer,
Original Music
$350.1M 2014
94% 87% Milius Himself (Character) - 2013
No Score Yet 72% Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story Unknown (Character) - 2013
51% 66% Trouble With the Curve Gus Lobel (Character),
Producer
$35.8M 2012
43% 44% J. Edgar Director,
Producer,
Original Music
$37.3M 2011
47% 38% Hereafter Director,
Producer,
Original Music
$32.7M 2010
77% 75% Invictus Director,
Producer
$37.5M 2009
No Score Yet 65% You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story Narrator - 2008
81% 90% Gran Torino Walt Kowalski (Character),
Director,
Producer
$148.1M 2008
62% 82% Changeling Director,
Producer,
Original Music
$35.7M 2008
73% 69% Flags of Our Fathers Director,
Producer,
Original Music
$33.6M 2006
91% 86% Letters From Iwo Jima Director,
Producer
$13.8M 2006
91% 90% Million Dollar Baby Frankie Dunn (Character),
Director,
Producer,
Original Music
$100.4M 2004
88% 89% Mystic River Director,
Producer,
Music
$90.1M 2003
53% 40% Blood Work Terry McCaleb (Character),
Director,
Producer
- 2002
78% 53% Space Cowboys Frank Corvin (Character),
Director,
Producer
$90.4M 2000
54% 49% True Crime Steve Everett (Character),
Director,
Producer,
Original Music
$16.6M 1999
No Score Yet 50% Forever Hollywood Himself (Character) - 1999
57% 52% Absolute Power Luther Whitney (Character),
Director,
Producer
$50M 1997
50% 65% Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil Producer,
Director
$25.1M 1997
50% 40% The Stars Fell on Henrietta Producer $71.7K 1995
100% 95% A Personal Journey With Martin Scorsese Through American Movies Himself (Character) - 1995
No Score Yet 61% A Hundred and One Nights Himself - in Cannes (Character) - 1995
90% 87% The Bridges of Madison County Robert Kincaid (Character),
Director,
Producer
$70.5M 1995
No Score Yet No Score Yet Don't Pave Main Street: Carmel's Heritage Narrator - 1994
79% 84% A Perfect World Chief Red Garnett (Character),
Director,
Producer
$29.7M 1993
96% 79% In the Line of Fire Frank Horrigan (Character) $102.2M 1993
96% 93% Unforgiven William 'Bill' Munny (Character),
Director,
Producer
$100M 1992
No Score Yet No Score Yet Amazing Stories: The Movie IV Director - 1991
29% 36% The Rookie Nick Pulovski (Character),
Director
$20.3M 1990
86% 62% White Hunter, Black Heart John Wilson (Character),
Director,
Producer
$1.7M 1990
21% 25% Pink Cadillac Tommy Nowak (Character) $11.8M 1989
83% 79% Bird Director,
Producer
$1.5M 1988
55% 44% The Dead Pool Insp. "Dirty" Harry Callahan (Character) $37.8M 1988
83% 89% Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser Executive Producer $46.8K 1988
73% 74% Heartbreak Ridge Sergeant Thomas Highway (Character),
Director,
Producer
$41M 1986
93% 83% Pale Rider Preacher (Character),
Director,
Producer
- 1985
85% 50% Tightrope Wes Block (Character),
Producer
- 1984
22% 24% City Heat Lieutenant Speer (Character) - 1984
56% 54% Sudden Impact Insp. 'Dirty' Harry Callahan (Character),
Director,
Producer
- 1983
93% 64% Honkytonk Man Red Stovall (Character),
Director
- 1982
38% 42% Firefox Mitchell Gant (Character),
Director,
Producer
- 1982
20% 45% Any Which Way You Can Philo Beddoe (Character) - 1980
75% 48% Bronco Billy Bronco Billy (Character),
Director
- 1980
96% 85% Escape From Alcatraz Frank Morris (Character) - 1979
37% 55% Every Which Way But Loose Philo Beddoe (Character) - 1978
75% 54% The Gauntlet Ben Shockley (Character),
Director
- 1977
90% 92% The Outlaw Josey Wales Josey Wales (Character),
Director
- 1976
68% 59% The Enforcer Insp. 'Dirty' Harry Callahan (Character) - 1976
69% 54% The Eiger Sanction Dr. Jonathan Hemlock (Character),
Director
- 1975
90% 73% Thunderbolt and Lightfoot Thunderbolt (Character) - 1974
96% 86% High Plains Drifter The Stranger (Character),
Director
- 1973
72% 77% Magnum Force Insp. "Dirty" Harry Callahan (Character) - 1973
67% 66% Breezy Director - 1973
86% 54% Joe Kidd Joe Kidd (Character) - 1972
89% 71% The Beguiled John McBurney (Character) - 1971
82% 72% Play Misty for Me Dave (Character),
Director
- 1971
89% 90% Dirty Harry Harry Callahan (Character) - 1971
78% 88% Kelly's Heroes Pvt. Kelly (Character) - 1970
67% 73% Two Mules for Sister Sara Hogan (Character) - 1970
91% 89% Where Eagles Dare Lt. Morris Schaffer (Character) - 1969
27% 68% Paint Your Wagon Sylvester Newel (Character) - 1969
94% 50% Coogan's Bluff Coogan (Character) - 1968
92% 73% Hang 'Em High Marshal Jed Cooper (Character) - 1968
No Score Yet 18% The Witches Carlo (Character) - 1967
97% 97% The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Joe (Character) - 1967
91% 94% For a Few Dollars More Monco (Character) - 1965
98% 91% A Fistful of Dollars Joe (Character) - 1964
No Score Yet 25% Lafayette Escadrille George Moseley (Character) - 1958
No Score Yet 31% Ambush at Cimarron Pass Keith Williams (Character) - 1958
No Score Yet 25% Escapade in Japan Dumbo Pilot (Character) - 1957
No Score Yet 29% Never Say Goodbye Will (Character) - 1956
No Score Yet 25% The First Traveling Saleslady Lt. Jack Rice (Character) - 1956
No Score Yet 43% Lady Godiva First Saxon (Character) - 1955
22% 31% Revenge of the Creature Jennings (Character) - 1955
94% 50% Tarantula Jet Squadron Leader (Character) - 1955
No Score Yet 57% Francis in the Navy Jonesey (Character) - 1955

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet etalk Guest 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show Guest 2019 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet Access Hollywood Guest 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest 2018 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Hollywood Masters Guest 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Entertainment Studios.TV Guest 2016
No Score Yet 58% The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Guest 2016 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet My Generation Guest 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Guest 2011 2008
No Score Yet No Score Yet Lopez Tonight Guest 2009
87% No Score Yet Mystery Science Theater 3000 Unknown (Character) 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Tonight Show Guest 1992 1973
No Score Yet No Score Yet Amazing Stories Director 1985
No Score Yet No Score Yet Rawhide Rowdy Yates (Character) 1959-1965
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Danny Kaye Show Guest 1965
No Score Yet No Score Yet Death Valley Days John Lucas (Character) 1956
No Score Yet No Score Yet Highway Patrol Unknown (Guest Star) 1956

QUOTES FROM Clint Eastwood CHARACTERS

Gus says: This gun could blow your head clean off.

Walt Kowalski says: Blow your head clean off.

The Stranger says: I wonder what took her so long to get mad?

The Schofield Kid says: Yea...well I guess they had it comin'.

William Munny says: We all have it comin' kid.

Walt Kowalski says: Me, I've got a light.

Mayor says: Callahan, I don't want anymore trouble like you had in the Fillmore district. Understand? That's my policy.

Harry Callahan says: Yeah, well when an adult male chases a female with intent to commit rape, I shoot the bastard. That's my policy.

Mayor says: Intent? How did you establish that?

Harry Callahan says: When a naked man chases a woman in alley with a butcher knife, and a hard-on, I take it he's collecting for the Blue Cross.

Bill Munny says: Anybody don't want to get killed, better head on out the back.

Walt Kowalski says: I want you to turn around, go outside, comeback and don't talk about having no job, no car, no girlfriend, no future, no dick.

Josey Wales says: Around here, we got something known as a Missouri boat ride.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: I've seen you lookin' at me.

Frankie Dunn says: Yeah, out of pity.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: Don't you say that! Don't you say that if it ain't true! I want a trainer. I don't want charity and I don't want any favours.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: If you're not interested that I got more celebratin' to do.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: I seen you looking at me.

Frankie Dunn says: Yeah, out of pity.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: Don't you say that! Don't you say that if ain't true! I want a trainer. I don't want charity and i don't want favours.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: If you're not interested i got more celebrating to do.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: You don't have to hang around all day.

Frankie Dunn says: I like it here. I don't mind. In fact, if you weren't here, I'd come here anyway to read my books.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: Workin' the bag, boss.

Frankie Dunn says: I'm not your boss and that bag's workin' for you.

Frankie Dunn says: How many eyes do you need to finish this fight?

Maggie Fitzgerald says: One's enough

Ref #1 says: Is this your fighter?

Frankie Dunn says: This is my fighter.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: You ever own a dog?

Frankie Dunn says: No. Closest I ever came was a middleweight from Barstow.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: I've got nobody but you, Frankie.

Frankie Dunn says: Well, you've got me.

Frankie Dunn says: So, is Jesus a Demigod?

Father Horvak says: There are no Demigods, you fuckin' Pagan!

Frankie Dunn says: I want you to jab this, right in the tits, until they turn blue and fall off.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: You're gonna leave me again?

Frankie Dunn says: Never.

Frankie Dunn says: Girlie, tough ain't enough.

Frank Horrigan says: You have a rendez-vous with my ass motherfucker!

Harry Callahan says: Go ahead. Make my day.

Harry Callahan says: If you want to play the game you better know the rules, love.

Harry Callahan says: When you kill a man you take away everything he has, even his shoes.

Frankie Dunn says: (Eddie has his feet up on his desk) You got big holes in your socks.

Frankie Dunn says: You got big holes in your socks.

Eddie Scrap-Iron Dupris says: Oh, no, they're not that big.

Frankie Dunn says: Didn't I give you some money for some new ones.

Eddie Scrap-Iron Dupris says: These are my sleepin' socks. My feet like a little air at night

Frankie Dunn says: But how come you're wearin' them in the daytime then.

Eddie Scrap-Iron Dupris says: Because my daytime socks got too many holes in them.

Frankie Dunn says: Mo cuishle. It means my darlin'. My blood.

Frankie Dunn says: I think someone should count to ten.

Frankie Dunn says: What did you learn tonight.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: Always protect myself.

Frankie Dunn says: Now, what is the rule.

The Man With No Name says: I think you people need a new sheriff.

The Man with No Name says: You see, I understand you men were just playin' around, but the mule, he just doesn't get it. Course, if you were to all apologize...

The Man with No Name says: Baxter's over there, Rojo's there, me right smack in the middle.

The Man with No Name says: When a man's got money in his pocket he begins to appreciate peace.

The Man with No Name says: Get three coffins ready.

Walt Kowalski says: Shut your fucking face!

Harry Callahan says: Captain if your gonna jerk all these people off don't do it with me.

Capt. McKay says: That's it Callahan you just got yourself a 60 day suspension.

Harry Callahan says: Make it 90.

Capt. McKay says: 180, give me your star.

Harry Callahan says: There's a seven point depository captain.

Capt. McKay says: What did you say?

Harry Callahan says: I said stick it in your ass.

Robert Kincaid says: I don't want to need you...

Robert Kincaid says: I don't want to need you.

Francesca Johnson says: Why?

Francesca Johnson says: 'Cause I can't have you!

Harry Callahan says: Go ahead, make my day.

Gus says: What do you say now jackass? Thats known as trouble with the curve.

Gus says: Stop before I have a heart attack killing you

Gus says: Stop before I have a heart attack killing you.

Gus says: What are you fellas staring at? I am not a pole dancer.

Josey Wales says: Buzzards gotta eat too.

Frankie Dunn says: Girlie, tough ain't enough.

Walt Kowalski says: That old hag hates my ass. Grrrr.

Walt Kowalski says: That old hag hates my ass.

Gus Lobel says: What's the matter haven't you guys ever seen anyone fall down before?!

Harry Callahan says: Go ahead, make my day!

The Good says: There are two kinds of people in the world those with guns and those that dig. You dig?

Harry Callahan says: "You've got to ask yourself a question: 'do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?"

Harry Callahan says: You've got to ask yourself a question: 'do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?

Deputy says: You're gonna pay full price Rummy. I don't give any serviceman's discount.

Tom Highway says: Too bad, your old lady does.

Tom Highway says: Why don't you just sit there and bleed awhile before you taste some real pain.

Tom Highway says: Why don't you just sit there and bleed a while before you taste some real pain.

Gus says: "If this is a robbery, take everything you want...except for my flat-screen. Take my flat-screen, and I'll kill ya."

Gus says: If this is a robbery, take everything you want... except for my flat-screen. Take my flat-screen, and I'll kill ya.

Tom Highway says: You're dead marine! You just got your legs blown off, and we have to send a search party out for your testicles.

Tom Highway says: Does his mamma know he's playing marine?

Tom Highway says: It's my will against yours, and you will lose.

Harry Callahan says: Well, opinions are like assholes. Everybody has one.

Harry Callahan says: Go ahead, make my day.

Buddy says: Hey! ... I asked you a question!

Buddy says: Hey! I asked you a question!

Tommy Nowak says: And I didn't give ya an answer.

Harry Callahan says: You've Got To Ask Yourself One Question: 'Do I Feel Lucky?' Well, Do Ya, Punk?

Harry Callahan says: 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?

Gus says: Get out of here before I have a heart attack trying to kill you.

Gus Lobel says: Being comfortable is overrated.

The Good says: I'll sleep better knowing my good friend is by my side to protect me.

Maggie Fitzgerald says: She's tough, I can't go inside, I can't get close enough to hit her.

Frankie Dunn says: You know why that is?

Maggie Fitzgerald says: Why?

Frankie Dunn says: Cause she's a better fighter than you are, that's why. She's younger, she's stronger, and she's more experienced. Now, what are you gonna do about it?

Maggie Fitzgerald says: [Next round starts and Maggie knocks her out inmediatly]

Maggie Fitzgerald says: [next round starts and Maggie knocks her out inmediatly]

Gus Lobel says: What are you fella's starin' at? I'm not a pole dancer.

Pete Klein says: Gus, you home?

Gus Lobel says: No.

Pete Klein says: I guess that means I can come in.

Walt Kowalski says: What're you spooks up to?

The Good says: Every gun makes its own tune.

Tuco the Ugly says: (Trying to read) See you soon... idi... id...

Tuco the Ugly says: [trying to read] See you soon... idi... id...

The Good says: "Idiots". It's for you.

The Good says: Idiots. It's for you.

Josey Wales says: Now remember, when things look bad and it looks like you're not gonna make it, then you gotta 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.

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

Sheriff "Little Bill" Daggett says: I don't deserve this... to die like this. I was building a house.

Bill Munny says: Deserve's got nothin' to do with it.

Josey Wales says: I reckon so.

The Man With No Name says: [counting reward sums of outlaws he just killed] Ten thousand... twelve thousand... fifteen... sixteen... seventeen... twenty-two. Twenty-two? [a cowboy comes from behind, Monco turns and shoots him dead] ...Twenty-seven.

Col. Douglas Mortimer says: Any trouble, boy?

The Man With No Name says: No, old man. Thought I was having trouble with my adding. It's all right now.

The Man with No Name says: I don't think it's nice, you laughin'. You see, my mule don't like people laughing. He gets the crazy idea you're laughin' at him. Now if you apologize, like I know you're going to, I might convince him that you really didn't mean it.

The Man with No Name says: Baxter's over there, Rojo's there, me right smack in the middle.

Silvanito says: If you are thinking what I suspect, I tell you, don't try it!

The Man with No Name says: Crazy bell-ringer was right. There's money to be made in these parts.

The Man with No Name says: When a man with .45 meets a man with a rifle, you said, the man with a pistol's a dead man. Let's see if that's true. Go ahead, load up and shoot.

Harry Callahan says: 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 kind of lost track myself. But being that 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?

The Good says: If your friends stay out in the damp, they're liable to catch a cold, aren't they ? Or a bullet.

Tuco the Ugly says: God is with us because he hates the yanks too!

The Good says: God's not on our side 'cause he hates idiots also.

Harry Callahan says: Man's gotta know his limitations

Harry Callahan says: Man's gotta know his limitations.

The Good says: [Reading a letter] "See you soon, idiots". It's for you.

The Good says: [Reading a letter] See you soon, idiots. It's for you.

Hogan says: There's just one thing. [to sr. Sara]

Sister Sara says: What's that? [answers]

Hogan says: I shoulda never met ya.

Hogan says: I sure wish I met up with you before you took up with them vows.

Sister Sara says: You make good coffee.

Hogan says: [answers] A man's got to take care of himself.

Hogan says: Look, I told you not to brother me! (to Sister Sara)

Hogan says: Look, I told you not to brother me! [to Sister Sara]

Hogan says: Alright, its a small shrine, make it a small prayer. (Sr. Sara stopped to pray at a shrine)

Hogan says: Alright, its a small shrine, make it a small prayer. [Sr. Sara stopped to pray at a shrine]

Thao says: Hey that's bad for you

Walt Kowalski says: Yeah, so is being in a gang, dipshit.

Harry Callahan says: 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 kind of lost track myself. But being that 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?

Sheriff "Little Bill" Daggett says: Well sir, you are a cowardly son of a bitch. You just shot an unarmed man.

Bill Munny says: He should have armed himself....... if he's going to decorate his saloon with my friend.

Bill Munny says: Who's the fellow owns this shithole...???

Bill Munny says: Who's the fellow owns this shit hole?

Walt Kowalski says: Ever notice how you come across somebody once in a while you shouldn't have fucked with? That's me.

The Man With No Name says: It's a small world.

The Hunchback says: Yes and very, very bad. Now, come on. You light another match.

The Man With No Name says: I generally smoke just after I eat. Why don't you come back in about ten minutes.

The Hunchback says: Ten minutes you'll be smokin' in hell!

The Good says: The way back to town is only seventy miles. So if you save your breath, I feel a man like you can manage it. Adios...

The Man with No Name says: Don Miguel Roho...I want to talk to you! Don Miguel, I hear you're hiring on men. Well, I just may be available. I gotta tell you before you hire me, I don't work cheap...!

The Man with No Name says: Don Miguel Roho...I want to talk to you! Don Miguel, I hear you're hiring on men. Well, I just may be available. I gotta tell you before you hire me, I don't work cheap!

The Good says: Just like old times...1 2 3 4 Five for you...five for me...you know how much u worth now...???

The Good says: Just like old times...1 2 3 4 Five for you...five for me...you know how much u worth now...

Tuco the Ugly says: How much...???

Tuco the Ugly says: How much...

The Good says: 3000 Dollars...

The Good says: 3000 dollars...

Preacher says: Nothing like a good piece of hickory.

Sgt. Webster says: Major Powers and I are building an e-lite company of fighting men.

Tom Highway says: The only thing you could build, Webster... is a good case of hemorrhoids.

Tom Highway says: Take your post. The Marines are looking for a few good men. Unfortunately you ain't it. We will blaze a path into battle for others to follow. Surrender is not in our creed. Let me here you say that.

Fragetti says: [along with the rest of the platoon, mumbling] Surrender is not in our creed.

Tom Highway says: Louder or the next time you leave this base for R&R you'll be collecting your pensions.

Fragetti says: [along with the rest of the platoon] Surrender is not in our creed!

Tom Highway says: Louder!

Fragetti says: [along with the rest of the platoon] SURRENDER IS NOT IN OUR CREED!

Tom Highway says: Oo-rah

Maj. Powers says: [approaching Highway] Just what the hell do you think you're doing?

Tom Highway says: Just enjoying the view, sir.

Maj. Powers says: Well, you disobeyed an order. I told you to stay in contact and not take this hill without me. Damn it! Get on your feet, Highway!

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

Sheriff "Little Bill" Daggett says: I'll see you in hell.

Bill Munny says: ......Yeah

Bill Munny says: Yeah.

Father Janovich says: Do you have a problem with me, Mr Kowalski?

Walt Kowalski says: You dont wanna know..

Walt Kowalski says: Yes, I do!

Walt Kowalski says: You are an over educated 27 year old virgin who likes to hold hands with older ladies and promise them eternity

Walt Kowalski says: You are an over educated 27 year old virgin who likes to hold hands with older ladies and promise them eternity.

Walt Kowalski says: You are WRONG, Eggroll !!

Walt Kowalski says: You are WRONG, Eggroll!

Josey Wales says: Are you gonna pull those pistols or whistle Dixie?

John Smith says: Lieutenant, in the next 15 minutes we have to create enough confusion to get out of here alive.

Lt. Morris Schaffer says: Major, right now you got me about as confused as I ever hope to be.