Kevin Costner

Kevin Costner

Highest Rated: 97% Bull Durham (1988)

Lowest Rated: 7% Dragonfly (2002)

Birthday: Jan 18, 1955

Birthplace: Lynwood, California, USA

One of Hollywood's most prominent strong, silent types, Kevin Costner was for several years the celluloid personification of the baseball industry, given his indelible mark with baseball-themed hits like Bull Durham, Field of Dreams, and For Love of the Game. His epic Western Dances with Wolves marked the first break from this trend and established Costner as a formidable directing talent to boot. Although several flops in the late '90s diminished his bankability, for many, Costner remained one of the industry's most enduring and endearing icons.A native of California, Costner was born January 18, 1955, in Lynnwood. While a marketing student at California State University in Fullerton, he became involved with community theater. Upon graduation in 1978, Costner took a marketing job that lasted all of 30 days before deciding to take a crack at acting. After an inauspicious 1974 film debut in the ultra-cheapie Sizzle Beach USA, Costner decided to take a more serious approach to acting. Venturing down the usual theater-workshop, multiple-audition route, the actor impressed casting directors who weren't really certain of how to use him. That may be one reason why Costner's big-studio debut in Night Shift (1982) consisted of little more than background decoration, and the same year's Frances featured the hapless young actor as an off-stage voice.Director Lawrence Kasdan liked Costner enough to cast him in the important role of the suicide victim who motivated the plot of The Big Chill (1983). Unfortunately, his flashback scenes were edited out of the movie, leaving all that was visible of the actor -- who had turned down Matthew Broderick's role in WarGames to take the part -- to be his dress suit, along with a fleeting glimpse of his hairline and hands as the undertaker prepared him for burial during the opening credits. Two years later, a guilt-ridden Kasdan chose Costner for a major part as a hell-raising gunfighter in the "retro" Western Silverado (1985), this time putting him in front of the camera for virtually the entire film. He also gained notice for the Diner-ish buddy road movie Fandango. The actor's big break came two years later as he burst onto the screen in two major films, No Way Out and The Untouchables; his growing popularity was further amplified with a brace of baseball films, released within months of one another. In Bull Durham (1988), the actor was taciturn minor-league ballplayer Crash Davis, and in the following year's Field of Dreams he was Ray Kinsella, a farmer who constructs a baseball diamond in his Iowa cornfield at the repeated urging of a voice that intones "if you build it, he will come."Riding high on the combined box-office success of these films, Costner was able to make his directing debut. With a small budget of 18 million dollars, he went off to the Black Hills of South Dakota to film the first Western epic that Hollywood had seen in years, a revisionist look at American Indian-white relationships titled Dances With Wolves (1990). The supposedly doomed project, in addition to being one of '90s biggest moneymakers, also took home a slew of Academy Awards, including statues for Best Picture and Best Director (usurping Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas).Costner's luck continued with the 1991 costume epic Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves; this, too, made money, though it seriously strained Costner's longtime friendship with the film's director, Kevin Reynolds. The same year, Costner had another hit -- and critical success -- on his hands with Oliver Stone's JFK. The next year's The Bodyguard, a film which teamed Costner with Whitney Houston, did so well at the box office that it seemed the actor could do no wrong. However, his next film, A Perfect World (1993), directed by Clint Eastwood and casting the actor against type as a half-psycho, half-benign prison escapee, was a major disappointment, even though Costner himself garnered some acclaim. Bad luck followed Perfect World in the form of another cast-a

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Let Him Go Actor 2020
43% The Art of Racing in the Rain Enzo 2019
57% The Highwaymen Frank Hamer 2019
82% Molly's Game Actor $28.8M 2018
93% Hidden Figures Al Harrison $169.4M 2017
31% Criminal Jericho Stewart 2016
90% Fastball Narrator 2016
68% The Man Who Saved the World Actor 2015
81% McFarland USA Jim White 2015
39% Black or White Elliott Anderson Producer $15.6M 2015
59% Draft Day Sonny Weaver, Jr. $21.2M 2014
28% 3 Days To Kill Actor 2014
No Score Yet Untitled McG Sci-Fi/Adventure Project Ethan Runner 2014
55% Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit William Harper $43.1M 2014
56% Man of Steel Jonathan Kent $291.1M 2013
No Score Yet The 20th Anniversary Of The Bodyguard Event Actor 2012
67% The Company Men Jack Dolan $4.5M 2011
No Score Yet Petty Blue Narrator 2010
33% The New Daughter John 2009
No Score Yet JFK: 3 Shots That Changed America Actor 2009
38% Swing Vote Bud Johnson Producer $16.3M 2008
No Score Yet NASCAR: The Ride of Their Lives Actor 2008
55% Mr. Brooks Earl Brooks Producer $28.5M 2007
No Score Yet Laffit: All About Winning Narrator 2006
50% Ever Again Narrator 2006
37% The Guardian Ben Randall $55M 2006
No Score Yet He Changed Our World: Steve Irwin Memorial Tribute Actor 2006
No Score Yet On Native Soil Narrator 2005
19% Rumor Has It Beau Burroughs $43M 2005
74% The Upside of Anger Denny Davies $18.8M 2005
79% Open Range Producer Director Charley Waite $58.3M 2003
No Score Yet Hollywood Pinstripes Actor 2003
7% Dragonfly Joe Darrow $30.1M 2002
14% 3000 Miles to Graceland Thomas J. Murphy $15.4M 2001
83% Thirteen Days Producer Ken O'Donnell 2000
11% Play It to the Bone Ringside Fan 1999
45% For Love of the Game Billy Chapel 1999
32% Message in a Bottle Garret Blake Producer 1999
8% The Postman Producer Director The Postman 1997
71% Tin Cup Roy McAvoy 1996
46% Waterworld Mariner Producer 1995
25% The War Stephen Simmons 1994
No Score Yet Rapa Nui Producer 1994
44% Wyatt Earp Wyatt Earp Producer 1994
40% China Moon Producer 1994
79% A Perfect World Butch Haynes 1993
33% The Bodyguard Frank Farmer Producer 1992
No Score Yet Whitney Houston: This is My Life Actor 1992
No Score Yet Beyond JFK: The Question of Conspiracy Interviewee 1992
84% JFK DA Jim Garrison 1991
51% Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Robin of Locksley 1991
87% Madonna: Truth or Dare Himself 1991
No Score Yet Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (Extended Cut) Actor 1991
No Score Yet Remember Pearl Harbor Actor 1991
83% Dances With Wolves Producer Lt. John Dunbar Director 1990
35% Revenge Executive Producer Jay Cochran 1990
86% Field of Dreams Ray Kinsella 1989
97% Bull Durham Crash Davis 1988
91% No Way Out Lt. Cmdr. Tom Farrell 1987
82% The Untouchables Eliot Ness 1987
No Score Yet Sizzle Beach, U.S.A. John Logan 1986
No Score Yet Shadows Run Black Jimmy Scott 1986
65% American Flyers Marcus Sommers 1985
50% Fandango Gardner Barnes 1985
76% Silverado Jake $33.3M 1985
No Score Yet Stacy's Knights Will Bonner 1983
82% Testament Phil Pitkin 1983
68% The Big Chill Alex 1983
No Score Yet The Gunrunner Ted Beaubien 1983
67% Table for Five Newlywed 1983
66% Frances Actor 1982
No Score Yet The Touch Actor 1982
92% Night Shift Frat Boy #1 1982
No Score Yet Chasing Dreams Ed 1981
No Score Yet Sizzle Beach, U.S.A. (Malibu Hot Summer) Actor 1974

TV

Credit
69% Yellowstone
2018
Executive Producer John Dutton 2020
2019
2018
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
2003
Guest 2019
2018
2017
2015
2014
2012
No Score Yet The View
1997
Guest 2018
2015
No Score Yet Charlie Rose
2013-2017
Guest 2016
No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show
2007
Guest 2016
No Score Yet Late Night With Seth Meyers
2014
Guest 2016
2015
No Score Yet Tavis Smiley
2013-2018
Guest 2015
No Score Yet The Wendy Williams Show
2008
Guest 2015
No Score Yet Variety Studio: Actors on Actors
2015
Guest 2015
No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
2003
Guest 2014
No Score Yet The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson
2005-2014
Guest 2014
No Score Yet The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
2014
Guest 2014
71% Hatfields & Mccoys
2012
Producer "Devil" Anse Hatfield Director 2012
No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
1992-2014
Guest 2012
2003
2001
No Score Yet Colbert Report
2005-2014
Guest 2008
No Score Yet Real Time with Bill Maher
2003
Panelist 2004
No Score Yet Amazing Stories (1985)
1985-1987
Captain Spark 1985

QUOTES FROM Kevin Costner CHARACTERS

"Shoeless" Joe Jackson says: Is this Heaven?.

"Shoeless" Joe Jackson says: Is this Heaven?

Ray Kinsella says: No.....It's Iowa

Ray Kinsella says: No.....It's Iowa.

Sonny Weaver, Jr. says: Shall we give in to the trumpet's final call, to the banner that waves yet so freely?

Coach Penn says: Upon the heart of man hath this dilemma wrought such consequence, from Melia to Argencourt. We ride, but I no longer know to which drum or to what end.

William Harper says: Everybody goes somewhere!

Wyatt Earp says: Wyatt, you're still a marshal around here, aren't you?

Doc Holliday says: Sure. But now he's gonna be a marshal and an outlaw. Best of both worlds, son.

Rachel Marron says: So, can we get you anything?

Frank Farmer says: Yeah, orange juice.

Rachel Marron says: Straight?

Frank Farmer says: I don't wanna talk about this again.

Frank Farmer says: (shakes the weathered intercom speaker) Frank Farmer to see Miss Marron.

Frank Farmer says: Frank Farmer to see Miss Marron.

Frank Farmer says: (after Nikki kisses him) You're a lovely woman.

Frank Farmer says: You're a lovely woman.

Nikki Marron says: But you don't want me. I'm surprised. Thorough fellow like yourself. Why stop at one sister when you could have fucked them both?

Frank Farmer says: I make my mistakes.

Nikki Marron says: But you didn't say no to the boss.

Woman in Green says: (approaching Frank) I've been watching you all night from across the room.

Woman in Green says: I've been watching you all night from across the room.

Frank Farmer says: Why don't you go back there. Keep watching.

Rachel Marron says: Are you afraid, I might get picked off in my snazzy running suit?

Frank Farmer says: No, I'm afraid that I might have to jog with you.

Sue Barlow says: So is it marriage that scares you two, or puttin' down roots?

Boss Spearman says: No. Who'd have him? All rangy and mangy like a rough old dog.

Charley Waite says: How about I hold your head under water for just a little while?

Boss Spearman says: Sounds like you got it all worked out.

Charley Waite says: Yeah, except the part where we don't get killed.

Charley Waite says: Men are gonna get killed here today, Sue, and I'm gonna kill 'em.

Bessie Earp says: We are your wives. Don't we ever count more than the damn brothers?

Wyatt Earp says: No, Bessie, you don't. Wives come and go, that's the plan truth of it. They run off. They die.

Wyatt Earp says: You'd be doing me a favor if you called me Wyatt or Earp, but not both.

Doc Holliday says: What do you wanna do?

Wyatt Earp says: Kill them all.

Wyatt Earp says: You've been a good friend to me, Doc.

Doc Holliday says: Shut up.

William Harper says: Could you wipe that" Boy Scout at his first field trip" grin off your face for a second?

Jonathan Kent says: "You have to choose who the man will be, Clark.

Jonathan Kent says: You have to choose who the man will be, Clark.

Rachel Marron says: What's going on, Frank?

Frank Farmer says: I wanna keep it straight in my head what job I'm doing.

Rachel Marron says: And what is that exactly? Making me feel like shit?

Rachel Marron says: And I wanna be able to brunch with my friends

Frank Farmer says: So go on Tuesdays.

Sy Spector says: Tuesday morning brunch? Where'd you get this guy, Bill?

Frank Farmer says: This house is wide open.

Sy Spector says: Excuse me?

Frank Farmer says: I said this house is wide open and you people have no clue what real security is or what it takes to achieve it.

Rachel Marron says: Will you grab that jacket for me? The red one, please?

Frank Farmer says: I'm here to keep you alive, not help you shop.

Fletcher Marron says: What are you afraid of?

Frank Farmer says: I'm af - I'm afraid of not being there.

Frank Farmer says: We're adding to your duties. You're my new assistant.

Henry says: Says who?

Frank Farmer says: Henry, I've spent a lot of time guarding people all over the world, I've found one thing to be true - no matter how incompetent the assassins, no matter how much they miss their target, there's always one person who always gets hit.

Henry says: Who?

Frank Farmer says: The cocky black chauffeur.

Rachel Marron says: Well, you don't look like a bodyguard.

Frank Farmer says: What'd you expect?

Rachel Marron says: Well, I don't know, maybe a tough guy?

Frank Farmer says: This is my disguise.

Frank Farmer says: Yeah... the atomic number of zinc is thirty.

Frank Farmer says: Alexander Graham Bell, to see Miss Marron.

Sy Spector says: Bill said that you used to be with the Secret Service.

Frank Farmer says: That's right.

Sy Spector says: Ever guard the main man?

Frank Farmer says: I was two years with Carter, four with Reagan.

Sy Spector says: Reagan got shot!

Frank Farmer says: Not on my shift.

Rachel Marron says: And you're ready to die for me?

Frank Farmer says: It's the job.

Rachel Marron says: And you'd do it? Why?

Frank Farmer says: I can't sing.

Frank Farmer says: Aw, Christ, I told you why! I - I can't protect you like this.

Rachel Marron says: So that's it for me? That's it?

Frank Farmer says: Yeah.

Rachel Marron says: Well, I don't believe it!

Frank Farmer says: Well, you can live with it, or you can fire me.

Rachel Marron says: But I can't fuck you.

Frank Nitti says: Your friend screamed like a irish pig (Ness throws him of the roof)

Frank Nitti says: Your friend screamed like a Irish pig.

Eliot Ness says: Did he sound anything like that

Eliot Ness says: Did he sound anything like that?

Lt. John W. Dunbar says: [writing in his diary] If it wasn't for my companion, I believe I'd be having the time of my life.

Lt. John W. Dunbar says: If it wasn't for my companion, I believe I'd be having the time of my life.

Lt. John W. Dunbar says: Dunbar, not Dumb Bear.

Lt. John W. Dunbar says: The strangeness of this life cannot be measured: in trying to produce my own death, I was elevated to the status of a living hero.

Mariner says: How much is that tomato plant, biatch?

Jonathan Kent says: You just have to decide what kind of man you want to grow up to be, Clark. Whoever that man is, he's going to change the world.

Jonathan Kent says: You are my son. But somewhere out there you have another father, and he sent you here for a reason. And even if it takes you the rest of your life, you owe it to yourself to find out what that reason is.

Jonathan Kent says: And i have to believe that you were sent here for a reason. And even if it takes the rest of your life, you owe it to yourself to find out what that reason is.

Jonathan Kent says: I have to believe that you were sent here for a reason. And even if it takes the rest of your life, you owe it to yourself to find out what that reason is.

Jonathan Kent says: You're the answer, son. The answer to "are we alone in the universe".

Superman says: (Young Clark Kent) Can't I just keep pretending to be your son?

Superman says: Can't I just keep pretending to be your son?

Jonathan Kent says: You are my son.

Eliot Ness says: Never stop fighting till the fight is done

Eliot Ness says: Never stop fighting till the fight is done.

Jim Garrison says: I Don't Have Much Of A Case.

Jim Garrison says: I don't have much of a case.

Jim Garrison says: Is That Why?

Jim Garrison says: Is that why?

Jim Garrison says: Who Killed The President?

Jim Garrison says: Who killed the president?

Jim Garrison says: It May Become A Generational Affair.

Jim Garrison says: They might even push it back then, hell it may become a generational affair.

Jim Garrison says: Fascism!

Jim Garrison says: What Are Our Lives Worth?

Jim Garrison says: What are our lives worth?

Jim Garrison says: But Use Your Eyes, Your Common Sense.

Jim Garrison says: But use your eyes, your common sense.

Jim Garrison says: Who Grieves For Lee Harvery Oswald?

Jim Garrison says: Who grieves for Lee Harvey Oswald?

Jim Garrison says: ''Let Justice Be Done Through The Heavens Fall.''

Jim Garrison says: Let justice be done though the heavens fall.

Jim Garrison says: ''One May Smile And Smile And Be A Villain.''

Jim Garrison says: One May Smile And Smile And Be A Villain.

Jim Garrison says: One may smile and smile and be a villain.

Earl Brooks says: "....the contents of your safety deposit box, Mr. Smith...have vanished!"

Earl Brooks says: The contents of your safety deposit box, Mr. Smith... have vanished!

Lt. John W. Dunbar says: I've Always Wanted To See The Frontier.

Lt. John W. Dunbar says: I've always wanted to see the frontier.

Eliot Ness says: Yeah? Well you're not from Chicago.

Jonathan Kent says: You're not just anyone. One day, you're going to have to make a choice. You'll have to decide what kind of man you want to grow up to be. Whoever that man is, good character or bad, he's going to change the world.

Himself says: Kevin Costner: Thanks for having us. It was really generous.

Kevin Costner says: Thanks for having us. It was really generous.

Herself says: Madonna: Thanks for coming.

Madonna says: Thanks for coming.

Himself says: Kevin Costner: We thought it was "neat".

Kevin Costner says: We thought it was 'neat'.

Herself says: Madonna: "Neat"?

Madonna says: 'Neat'?

Himself says: Kevin Costner: Really neat.

Kevin Costner says: Really neat.

Herself says: Madonna: No one's ever described it as that.

Madonna says: No one's ever described it as that.

Jonathan Kent says: Whoever that man is, good character or bad, he's gonna change the world

Jonathan Kent says: Whoever that man is, good character or bad, he's gonna change the world.

Duncan says: Sherwood Forest is haunted, sire!

Robin of Locksley/Robin Hood says: Then either we take our chances with the ghosts or become ghosts ourselves.

Billy Chapel says: [repeated line] I can always tell when I'm in New York.

Jane Aubrey says: You ever gotten your heart broken?

Billy Chapel says: Yeah. When we lost the pennant in '87.

Billy Chapel says: [consoling Mickey Hart after an embarrasing play] There's a bunch of cameras out there right now waiting to make a joke of this, Mick. So you can either stop, give them the sound bite, do the dance. Or you can hold your head up and walk by, and the next time we're in Boston, we'll go out there and work the wall together. Don't help them make a joke out of you.

Billy Chapel says: [consoling Mickey Hart after an embarrasing play] There's a bunch of cameras out there right now waiting to make a joke of this, Mick. So you can either stop, give them the sound bite, do the dance. Or you can hold your head up and walk by, and the next time we're in Boston, we'll go out there and work the wall together. Don't help them make a joke out of you.

Billy Chapel says: I don't know if I have anything left.

Gus Osinski says: You just throw whatever you got, whatever's left. The boys are all here for you. We're gonna be awesome for you right now!

Jane Aubrey says: What if my face was all scraped off and I was totally disfigured and had no arms and legs and I was completely paralyzed. Would you still love me?

Billy Chapel says: No. But we could still be friends.

Billy Chapel says: [repeated line - his trick for concentration] Clear the mechanism.

Jim Garrison says: I'm sorry this has to end inconveniently for you, David. But I'm gonna have to detain you for further questioning by the FBI

David Ferrie says: Why?

Irvin F Dymond says: I find your story simply not believable.

David Ferrie says: Really? What part?

Jonathan Kent says: It's not from this world, Clark. And neither are you.

Jonathan Kent says: You just have to decide what type of man you want to grow up to be, Clark. Whoever that man is, good character or bad, he's going to change the world.

Jonathan Kent says: It's not from the Earth, Clark. And neither are you.

Shoeless Joe Jackson says: Man, I did love this game. I'd have played for food money. It was the game... The sounds, the smells. Did you ever hold a ball or a glove to your face?

Ray Kinsella says: Yeah.

Shoeless Joe Jackson says: I used to love travelling on the trains from town to town. The hotels... brass spittoons in the lobbies, brass beds in the rooms. It was the crowd, rising to their feet when the ball was hit deep. Shoot, I'd play for nothing!

Ray Kinsella says: I bet it's good to be playing again, huh?

Shoeless Joe Jackson says: Getting thrown out of baseball was like having part of me amputated. I've heard that old men wake up and scratch itchy legs that been dust for over fifty years. That was me. I'd wake up at night with the smell of the ball park in my nose, the cool of the grass on my feet... The thrill of the grass.

Ray Kinsella says: The only thing we had in common was that she was from Iowa, and I had once heard of Iowa.

John Kinsella says: Is this heaven?

Ray Kinsella says: It's Iowa.

John Kinsella says: Iowa? I could have sworn this was heaven.

John Kinsella says: Oh yeah. It's the place where dreams come true.

Ray Kinsella says: [Ray looks around, seeing his wife playing with their daughter on the porch] Maybe this is heaven.

Ray Kinsella says: So what do you want now?

Terence Mann says: I want them to stop looking to me for answers, begging me to speak again, write again, be a leader. I want them to start thinking for themselves. I want my privacy.

Ray Kinsella says: No, I mean, what do you WANT? [gestures to the concession stand they're in front of]

Terence Mann says: Oh. Dog and a beer.

Ray Kinsella says: The Voice is back.

Annie Kinsella says: Oh, Lord. You're supposed to build a football field now?

Terence Mann says: I'm going to beat you with a crowbar until you leave.

Ray Kinsella says: You can't do that.

Terence Mann says: There are rules here? No, there are no rules here. [advances with crowbar]

Ray Kinsella says: You're a pacifist!

Terence Mann says: [stops] Shit.

Annie Kinsella says: Hey, what is the Voice calls when you're gone?

Ray Kinsella says: Take a message.

Rachel Marron says: You afraid I might get picked off in my snazzy running suit?

Frank Farmer says: No, I'm afraid that I might have to jog with you.

Ray Kinsella says: We're keeping this field.

Ray Kinsella says: Is this heaven? Ray: This is Iowa

Ray Kinsella says: This is Iowa.

Garret Blake says: Theresa! I don't want to lose you.

Theresa Osborne says: Then don't.

Shoeless Joe Jackson says: "Hey, you wanna come with us?"

Shoeless Joe Jackson says: Hey, you wanna come with us?

Ray Kinsella says: "You mean it?"

Ray Kinsella says: You mean it?

Shoeless Joe Jackson says: "Not you, him."

Shoeless Joe Jackson says: Not you, him.

Ray Kinsella says: "Him?"

Ray Kinsella says: Him?

Terence Mann says: "Come with you?"

Terence Mann says: Come with you?

Shoeless Joe Jackson says: "Out there."

Shoeless Joe Jackson says: Out there.

Terence Mann says: "What is out there?"

Terence Mann says: What is out there?

Shoeless Joe Jackson says: "Come find out."

Shoeless Joe Jackson says: Come find out.

Billy Chapel says: [to himself, pitching to a Yankee batter] Sam Tuttle. I can't think of a better reason not to be a Yankee.

Crash Davis says: Your shower shoes have fungus on them. You'll never make it to the bigs with fungus on your shower shoes. Think classy, you'll be classy. If you win 20 in the show, you can let the fungus grow back and the press'll think you're colorful. Until you win 20 in the show, however, it means you are a slob.

Jim Garrison says: Maybe Oswald's exactly what he said he was: A patsy.

Jim Garrison says: Maybe Oswald's exactly what he said he was: a patsy.

The Postman says: Things I like about my ass...

The Postman says: The things I like about my ass...

Rachel Marron says: Can I get you anything?.

Rachel Marron says: Can I get you anything?

Frank Farmer says: Orange juice!.

Frank Farmer says: Orange juice!

Rachel Marron says: Straight?.

Rachel Marron says: Straight?

Frank Farmer says: "The people who hire me, they don't have to be convinced to save their own lives."

Frank Farmer says: The people who hire me, they don't have to be convinced to save their own lives.

Eliot Ness says: Reporter: They say they're going to repeal Prohibition. What will you do then? Ness: I think I'll have a drink.

Reporter says: They say they're going to repeal Prohibition. What will you do then?

Catherine Ness says: I think I'll have a drink.

Jack Dolan says: Can I be honest with you Bobby? You should take that job. You're a shitty carpenter.

Jim Garrison says: Were you a contract agent for the CIA?

Clay Shaw says: And if I were do you think I would be sitting here today talking to someone like you?

Charley Waite says: Sue, how is this ever going to work if you don't do what I say?

Butch Haynes says: I need me a time machine with a loud radio to take me where I'm going.

Jack Dolan says: You know if things get tough, I can always use some extra help this winter.

The Postman says: I know you... you're famous.

Bridge City Mayor says: I once was. Sort of. Not anymore.

Lt. John W. Dunbar says: Dunbar, not Dumb Bear.

Lt. John W. Dunbar says: The strangeness of this life cannot be measured: in trying to produce my own death, I was elevated to the status of a living hero.

Lt. John W. Dunbar says: The strangeness of this life cannot be measured: in trying to produce my own death, I was elevated to the status of a living hero.

Lt. John W. Dunbar says: The strangeness of this life cannot be measured: in trying to produce my own death, I was elevated to the status of a living hero.