Paul Newman

Paul Newman

  • Highest Rated: 100% Our Town (2003)
  • Lowest Rated: 0% When Time Ran Out (1980)
  • Birthday: Jan 26, 1925
  • Birthplace: Shaker Heights, Ohio, USA
  • In a business where public scandal and bad-boy behavior are the rule rather than the exception, Paul Newman is as much a hero offscreen as on. A blue-eyed matinee idol whose career successfully spanned five decades, he was also a prominent social activist, a major proponent of actors' creative rights, and a noted philanthropist. Born January 26, 1925, in Cleveland, OH, Newman served in World War II prior to attending Kenyon College on an athletic scholarship; when an injury ended his sports career, he turned to drama, joining a summer stock company in Wisconsin. After relocating to Illinois in 1947, he married actress Jacqueline Witte, and, following the death of his father, took over the family's sporting-goods store. Newman quickly grew restless, however, and after selling his interest in the store to his brother, he enrolled at the Yale School of Drama. During a break from classes he traveled to New York City where he won a role in the CBS television series The Aldrich Family. A number of other TV performances followed, and in 1952 Newman was accepted by the Actors' Studio, making his Broadway debut a year later in Picnic, where he was spotted by Warner Bros. executives.Upon Newman's arrival in Hollywood, media buzz tagged him as "the new Brando." However, after making his screen debut in the disastrous epic The Silver Chalice, he became the victim of scathing reviews, although Warners added on another two years to his contract after he returned to Broadway to star in The Desperate Hours. Back in Hollywood, he starred in The Rack. Again reviews were poor, and the picture was quickly pulled from circulation. Newman's third film, the charming Somebody Up There Likes Me, in which he portrayed boxer Rocky Graziano, was both a commercial and critical success, with rave reviews for his performance. His next film of note was 1958's The Long Hot Summer, an acclaimed adaptation of a pair of William Faulkner short stories; among his co-stars was Joanne Woodward, who soon became his second wife. After next appearing as Billy the Kid in Arthur Penn's underrated The Left-Handed Gun, Newman starred opposite Elizabeth Taylor in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, scoring his first true box-office smash as well as his first Academy Award nomination.After appearing with Joanne Woodward in Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! -- the couple would frequently team onscreen throughout their careers -- Newman traveled back to Broadway to star in Tennessee Williams' Sweet Bird of Youth. Upon his return to the West Coast, he bought himself out of his Warner Bros. contract before starring in the 1960 smash From the Terrace. Exodus, another major hit, quickly followed. While by now a major star, the true depths of Newman's acting abilities had yet to be fully explored; that all changed with Robert Rossen's 1961 classic The Hustler, in which he essayed one of his most memorable performances as pool shark "Fast" Eddie Felson, gaining a second Oscar nomination. His third nod came for 1963's Hud, which cast him as an amoral Texas rancher. While a handful of creative and financial disappointments followed, including 1964's The Outrage and 1965's Lady L, 1966's Alfred Hitchcock-helmed Torn Curtain marked a return to form, as did the thriller Harper.For 1967's superb chain-gang drama Cool Hand Luke, Newman scored a fourth Academy Award nomination, but again went home empty-handed. The following year he made his directorial debut with the Joanne Woodward vehicle Rachel Rachel, scoring Best Director honors from the New York critics as well as an Oscar nomination for Best Picture. The couple next appeared onscreen together in 1969's Winning, which cast Newman as a professional auto racer; motor sports remained a preoccupation in his real life as well, and he was the most prominent of the many celebrities who began racing as a hobby. He then starred with Robert Redford in 1969's Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, which went on to become the highest-grossing Western in movie histor

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

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87% Tab Hunter Confidential Actor 2015
No Score Yet Super Speedway: Racing with the Andrettis Narrator 2012
95% Sing Your Song Paul Newman $48.2K 2012
No Score Yet Lucky Days Producer 2010
73% The Meerkats Narrator 2008
No Score Yet You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story Actor 2008
74% The Price of Sugar Narrator 2007
No Score Yet Dale Actor 2007
No Score Yet 3055 Jean Leon Actor 2006
No Score Yet Mater and the Ghostlight Doc Hudson 2006
75% Cars Doc Hudson $244.1M 2006
70% Roving Mars Narrator $10M 2006
88% Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3D Dave Scott $32.6M 2005
No Score Yet Empire Falls Max Roby Executive Producer 2005
88% Tell Them Who You Are Actor 2005
100% Our Town Stage Manager 2003
No Score Yet American Masters Reader 2003
91% The Kid Stays in the Picture Actor $1.4M 2002
80% Road to Perdition John Rooney $104.1M 2002
47% Where the Money Is Henry 2000
32% Message in a Bottle Dodge Blake 1999
No Score Yet Paul Newman: Hollywood's Cool Hand Actor 1999
60% Twilight Harry Ross 1998
No Score Yet The Universal Story Actor 1996
91% Nobody's Fool Sully 1994
56% The Hudsucker Proxy Sidney J. Mussburger 1994
No Score Yet Driven to Excellence Actor 1992
No Score Yet Once Upon a Wheel Host 1991
No Score Yet Remember Pearl Harbor Actor 1991
80% Mr. & Mrs. Bridge Walter Bridge 1990
No Score Yet Full Fathom Five Actor 1990
80% Blaze Gov. Earl Long 1989
47% Fat Man and Little Boy Gen. Leslie R. Groves 1989
No Score Yet John Huston - The Man, the Movies, the Maverick Actor 1989
No Score Yet The Racing Experience Actor 1988
No Score Yet Indy Challenge Actor 1988
60% End of the Line Producer 1987
70% The Glass Menagerie Director 1987
89% The Color of Money Eddie Felson 1986
30% Harry & Son Harry Director Screenwriter Producer 1984
93% The Verdict Frank Galvin 1982
80% Absence Of Malice Gallagher 1981
86% Fort Apache, the Bronx Murphy 1981
0% When Time Ran Out Hank Anderson 1980
No Score Yet The Shadow Box Director 1980
20% Quintet Essex 1979
84% Slap Shot Reggie Dunlop 1977
71% Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson The Star (William 'Buffalo Bill' Cody) 1976
78% Silent Movie Himself 1976
53% The Drowning Pool Harper 1975
72% The Towering Inferno Doug Roberts 1974
93% The Sting Henry Gondorff 1973
58% The MacKintosh Man Rearden 1973
63% The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds Producer Director 1972
75% The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean Judge Roy Bean 1972
67% Pocket Money Jim Kane 1972
73% They Might Be Giants Producer 1971
100% Sometimes a Great Notion (Never Give an Inch) Hank Stamper Director 1971
No Score Yet Puzzle of a Downfall Child Producer 1970
No Score Yet King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis Actor 1970
No Score Yet WUSA Rheinhardt Producer 1970
90% Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Butch Cassidy 1969
56% Winning Frank Capua 1969
86% Rachel, Rachel Director Actor Producer 1968
No Score Yet The Secret War of Harry Frigg Harry Frigg 1968
93% Hombre John Russell 1967
100% Cool Hand Luke Lucas Jackson 1967
68% Torn Curtain Prof. Michael Armstrong 1966
100% Harper (The Moving Target) Lew Harper 1966
29% Lady L Armand Denis 1965
No Score Yet The Outrage Juan Carrasco 1964
25% What a Way to Go! Larry Flint 1964
0% A New Kind of Love Steve Sherman 1963
82% Hud Hud Bannon 1963
No Score Yet Heningway's Adventures of a Young Man The Battler 1962
75% Sweet Bird of Youth Chance Wayne 1962
67% Paris Blues Ram Bowen 1961
98% The Hustler Fast Eddie Felson 1961
64% Exodus Ari Ben Canaan 1960
33% From the Terrace David Alfred Eaton 1960
67% The Young Philadelphians Anthony Judson Lawrence / Narrator 1959
97% Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Brick Pollitt 1958
89% The Left Handed Gun William 'Billy the Kid' Bonney 1958
25% Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! Harry Bannerman 1958
89% The Long, Hot Summer Ben Quick 1958
60% Until They Sail Capt. Jack Harding 1957
No Score Yet The Helen Morgan Story Larry 1957
No Score Yet The Rack Captain Edward W. Hall Jr. 1956
82% Somebody Up There Likes Me Rocky Graziano 1956
No Score Yet Bang the Drum Slowly Henry Wiggen 1956
13% The Silver Chalice Basil 1954
No Score Yet Golden Age of TV Dramas Actor 1951

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No Score Yet CBS This Morning
2012
Appearing
  • 2013
No Score Yet Costas Now
2005-2008
Guest
  • 2005
No Score Yet Iconoclasts
2005-2012
Appearing Guest
  • 2005
No Score Yet American Masters
2001
Voice Reader
  • 2003
85% The Simpsons
1989
Voice
  • 2001
No Score Yet Ken Burns' Baseball
1994-2010
Voice
  • 1994

QUOTES FROM Paul Newman CHARACTERS

Frank Galvin
I'm her attorney.
Eddie Felson
You gotta have two things to win. You gotta have brains and you gotta have balls. Now, you got too much of one and not enough of the other.
Eddie Felson
Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.
John Russell
Hey, I got a question for you.
Cicero Grimes
What's that?
John Russell
How are you going to get down that hill?
Johnny Hooker
Can you get a mob together?
Henry Gondorff
After what happened to Luther I don't think I can get more than two, three hundred guys.
Henry Gondorff
Sorry I'm late guys, I was taking a crap
Henry Gondorff
Sorry I'm late guys, I was taking a crap.
Johnny Hooker
He's not as tough as he thinks.
Henry Gondorff
Neither are we.
Audra Favor
Have you ever eaten a dog, Mr. Russell?
John Russell
Eaten one and lived like one.
Eddie Felson
Nine Ball is rotation pool. The balls are pocketed in numbered order. The only ball that means anything, that wins it, is the 9. Now, the player can shoot eight trick shots in a row, blow the nine and lose. On the other hand, the player can get the 9 in on the break, if the balls spread right, and win. Which is to say that luck plays a part in 9-Ball. But for some players... luck itself is an art.
Butch Cassidy
I don't want to sound like a sore loser, but when it's over, if I'm dead, kill him.
The Sundance Kid
With pleasure.
Lucas (Luke) Jackson
Calling it a job don't make it right, boss.
John Rooney
I'm glad it's you...
Butch Cassidy
Let's you and me jump in that river.
Cicero Grimes
Well now, what'ya suppose hell's gonna look like?
John Russell
We all die, just a question of when.
Charlie Bums
It's quiet.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
Yeah, like a church. Church of the Good Hustler.
Charlie Bums
It looks more like a morgue to me. Those tables are the slabs they lay the stiffs on.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
I'll be alive when I get out, Charlie.
Henry Gondorff/Mr. Shaw
Sorry fellas, I'm late because I had to take a crap.
Henry Gondorff/Mr. Shaw
I'd been her sooner but I had to take a crap....
Henry Gondorff/Mr. Shaw
I'd been her sooner but I had to take a crap.
Butch Cassidy
I haven´t shot anybody!
Butch Cassidy
I get sick being right all the time
Butch Cassidy
I get sick being right all the time.
Butch Cassidy
You know, when I was a kid, I always thought I was gonna grow up to be a hero.
The Sundance Kid
Well, it's too late now.
Butch Cassidy
hat'd you say something like that for? You didn't have to say something like that.
Butch Cassidy
Boy, y'know, every time I see 'Hole in the Wall' again, it's like seeing it fresh for the first time, and every time that happens, I keep asking myself the same question, 'How can I be so damn stupid as to keep comin' back here?'
Butch Cassidy
Do you believe I'm broke already?
Etta Place
Why is there never any money, Butch?
Butch Cassidy
Well, I swear, Etta, I don't know. I've been working like a dog all my life and I can't get a penny ahead
Etta Place
Sundance says it's because you're a soft touch, and always taking expensive vacations, and buying drinks for everyone, and you're a rotten gambler.
Butch Cassidy
Well that might have something to do with it.
The Sundance Kid
What I'm saying is, if you want to go, I won't stop you. But the minute you start to whine or make a nuisance, I don't care where we are, I'm dumping you flat.
Butch Cassidy
Don't sugarcoat it like that, Kid. Tell her straight.
Etta Place
I'm 26, and I'm single, and a school teacher, and that's the bottom of the pit. And the only excitement I've known is here with me now. I'll go with you, and I won't whine, and I'll sew your socks, and I'll stitch you when you're wounded, and I'll do anything you ask of me except one thing. I won't watch you die. I'll miss that scene if you don't mind.
Butch Cassidy
We're going to run out unless we can get to that mule and get some more.
The Sundance Kid
I'll go.
Butch Cassidy
This is no time for bravery. I'll let ya!
Butch Cassidy
Wait a minute — you didn't see Lefors out there did you?
The Sundance Kid
Lefors? No, why?
Butch Cassidy
Thank God for that. For a moment there I thought we were in trouble.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
You still don't see it, do you, Charlie? You are nothing but a small-time Charlie. You'd love to keep me hustling for you, huh? Wouldn't ya? I mean, a couple more years with me, scuffling around them little towns and those back alleys. You might make yourself enough to get a little poolroom back in Oakland. Six tables and a handbook on the side. Is that when you say goodbye to me, Charlie?
"Fast" Eddie Felson
You look beautiful, Fats. Just like a baby ...all pink, and powdered up.
Charlie Bums
What are you trying to do, Eddie? You beat him. You beat him bad. You wanna kill yourself?
"Fast" Eddie Felson
What are ya, chicken, Charlie?
Charlie Bums
Well, maybe that's it. I'm chicken.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
Go on home. Just leave me the money.
Charlie Bums
Go to hell.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
Charlie, boy, you better give me that money. C'mon now, give it to me. It's mine.
Charlie Bums
Okay, here ... (slaps money into Eddie's hand) Be a damn fool.
Charlie Bums
Okay, here ... [slaps money into Eddie's hand] Be a damn fool.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
Too high, Bert. Price is too high. Because if I take it, she never lived, she never died. And we both know that's not true, Bert, don't we, huh? She lived, she died. Boy, you better. You tell your boys they better kill me, Bert. They better go all the way with me. Because if they just bust me up, I'll put all those pieces back together again, and so help me, so help me God, Bert ... I'm gonna come back here and I'm gonna kill you.
Sarah Packard
Doesn't all of this come through to you, Eddie? Doesn't any of this mean anything to you? That man, this place, the people. They wear masks, Eddie. And underneath the masks they're perverted, twisted, crippled.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
Shut up. His eyes are shut tight; his balled-up fists rub against his temples.
Sarah Packard
(moving to him) Don't wear a mask, Eddie. You don't have to. (points to Bert) That's Turk, Eddie, the man who broke your thumbs. Only he's not going to break your thumbs. He'll break your heart, your guts. And for the same reason -- 'cause he hates you, 'cause of what you are. 'Cause of what you have and he hasn't.
Sarah Packard
[moving to him] Don't wear a mask, Eddie. You don't have to. [points to Bert] That's Turk, Eddie, the man who broke your thumbs. Only he's not going to break your thumbs. He'll break your heart, your guts. And for the same reason -- 'cause he hates you, 'cause of what you are. 'Cause of what you have and he hasn't.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
(rises) Would you get off my back, Sarah? Once and for all, will you get out, will you GET OFF MY BACK?!
"Fast" Eddie Felson
[rises] Would you get off my back, Sarah? Once and for all, will you get out, will you GET OFF MY BACK?!
Bert Gordon
Go ahead and play him, Eddie. Play him for a thousand dollars a game.
Sarah Packard
Doesn't your lighter work, Mr. Gordon?
Bert Gordon
(smiling politely) Oh, I forgot all about it. (to Eddie, who still holds the flame) How's the hands?
Bert Gordon
[smiling politely] Oh, I forgot all about it. [to Eddie, who still holds the flame] How's the hands?
"Fast" Eddie Felson
Fine.
Bert Gordon
Good. I'd hate to think I was putting my money on a cripple.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
(angrily) Hey, whaddya say something like that for?
"Fast" Eddie Felson
[angrily] Hey, whaddya say something like that for?
Sarah Packard
It's all right, Eddie. I'm sure Mr. Gordon meant no offense. It was a figure of speech.
Bert Gordon
That's right, Miss Packard.
Sarah Packard
And a fact is a fact.
Bert Gordon
She's a smart girl, Eddie.
Bert Gordon
I don't think there's a pool player alive shoots better pool than I saw you shoot the other night at Ames. You got talent.
Bert Gordon
I don't think there's a pool player alive shoots better pool than I saw you shoot the other night at Ames. You got talent.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
So I got talent. So what beat me?
Bert Gordon
Character.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
(laughs) Yeah. Sure, sure.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
[laughs] Yeah. Sure, sure.
Bert Gordon
You're damned right I'm sure. Everybody's got talent. I got talent. You think you can play big-money straight pool, or poker, for forty straight hours on nothing but talent? You think they call Minnesota Fats the best in the country just 'cause he's got talent? Nah. Minnesota Fats's got more character in one finger than you got in your whole skinny body.
Bert Gordon
You're damned right I'm sure. Everybody's got talent. I got talent. You think you can play big-money straight pool, or poker, for forty straight hours on nothing but talent? You think they call Minnesota Fats the best in the country just 'cause he's got talent? Nah. Minnesota Fats's got more character in one finger than you got in your whole skinny body.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
But we twisted it, didn't we, Bert? Maybe that doesn't stick in your throat 'cause you spit it out just like everything else! But it sticks in mine. I loved her, Bert. I traded her in on a pool game. That wouldn't mean anything to you, because who did you ever care about? "Win", you said. You don't know what winning is. You're a loser. 'Cause you're dead inside. You can't live unless you make everything else dead around you! Too high, Bert. The price is too high. If I take it, she never lived. She never died.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
But we twisted it, didn't we, Bert? Maybe that doesn't stick in your throat 'cause you spit it out just like everything else! But it sticks in mine. I loved her, Bert. I traded her in on a pool game. That wouldn't mean anything to you, because who did you ever care about? 'Win', you said. You don't know what winning is. You're a loser. 'Cause you're dead inside. You can't live unless you make everything else dead around you! Too high, Bert. The price is too high. If I take it, she never lived. She never died.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
Fat man. You shoot a great game of pool.
Minnesota Fats
So do you, Fast Eddie.
John Russell
maybe I'll see you at Delmonicos
John Russell
Maybe I'll see you at Delmonicos.
John Russell
you ever been hungry lady? not just ready for dinner hungry, but so hungry that your belly stands out?
John Russell
You ever been hungry lady? Not just ready for dinner hungry, but so hungry that your belly stands out?
John Russell
I guess I brought my dirty laundry by mistake
John Russell
I guess I brought my dirty laundry by mistake.
Brick Pollitt
We're through with lies and liars in this house. Now lock the door.
John Russell
John Russell (referring to Audra Favor who is tied to a stick in the hot sun) : Ask her if she'd eat dog now.
John Russell
[referring to Audra Favor who is tied to a stick in the hot sun] Ask her if she'd eat dog now.
John Russell
Audra Favor: Have you ever eaten dog, Mr. Russell? John Russell: Eaten one and lived like one.
Reggie Dunlop
They brought their fuckin' toys with 'em.
Eddie Felson
You gotta have two things to win. You gotta have brains and you gotta have balls. Now, you got too much of one and not enough of the other.
Eddie Felson
Do you smell that?
Vincent Lauria
Smoke?
Carmen
No, Money.
Eddie Felson
Straight pool is pool. This is like handball...or cribbage or something. Straight pool you got to be a real surgeon...to get it-- You know, it's all finesse. Now everything is nine ball because it's fast...good for TV...good for a lot of break shots. Oh, well. What the hell. Checkers sells more than chess.
Eddie Felson
You got to be a student...of human moves. See, all the greats that I know of...were students of human moves.
Eddie Felson
You're some piece of work. You're also a natural character.
Vincent Lauria
I've been telling her that. I got natural character.
Eddie Felson
That's not what I said, kid. I said you are a natural character. You're an incredible flake. But that's a gift. Guys spend half their lives inventing that.
Eddie Felson
If you got an area of excellence... you're the best at something, anything... then rich can be arranged. Rich can come fairly easy.
Eddie Felson
Hey, I'm back.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
Get on me Bert, I can't lose.
Brick Pollitt
But, how in hell on earth can you imagine you're gonna have a child with a man who cannot stand you.
Brick Pollitt
What is the victory of a cat on a hot tin roof??
Brick Pollitt
What is the victory of a cat on a hot tin roof?
Maggie Pollitt
Just stayin' on it, I guess....as long as she can.
Audra Favor
Jessie: And we got him a marble headstone. It had his name on it, and underneath, we had them put, "In the Fullness of His Years." Is that all right with you? John Russell: I'll settle for that. I'm not on the slab. Jessie: Well, what do you figure yours is going to read? John Russell: "Shot Dead," probably. Jessie: Don't people take to you, Mr. Russell? John Russell: It only takes one who doesn't.
Jessie Brown
Jessie: And we got him a marble headstone. It had his name on it, and underneath, we had them put, 'In the Fullness of His Years.' Is that all right with you?
John Russell
I'll settle for that. I'm not on the slab.
Jessie Brown
Well, what do you figure yours is going to read?
John Russell
'Shot Dead,' probably.
Jessie Brown
Don't people take to you, Mr. Russell?
John Russell
It only takes one who doesn't.
Alma Brown
Hud Bannon: You're half native already. I've never seen you in a pair of shoes since you have work here. Alma Brown: I wore'em once. I think to get married in. White satin pumps. I don't have'em anymore or the man
Hud Bannon
Hud Bannon: You're half native already. I've never seen you in a pair of shoes since you have work here.
Alma Brown
I wore'em once. I think to get married in. White satin pumps. I don't have'em anymore or the man.
Alma Brown
Hud Bannon: Man like that sounds no better than a heel. Alma Brown: Aren't you all? Hud Bannon: Honey don't go shooting all the dogs 'cause one of 'em's got fleas. Alma Brown: I was married to Ed for six years. Only thing he was ever good for was to scratch my back where I couldn't reach it. Hud Bannon: You still got that itch? Alma Brown: Off and on. Hud Bannon: Well let me know when it gets to bothering you.
Hud Bannon
Hud Bannon: Man like that sounds no better than a heel.
Alma Brown
Aren't you all?
Hud Bannon
Honey don't go shooting all the dogs 'cause one of 'em's got fleas.
Alma Brown
I was married to Ed for six years. Only thing he was ever good for was to scratch my back where I couldn't reach it.
Hud Bannon
You still got that itch?
Alma Brown
Off and on.
Hud Bannon
Well let me know when it gets to bothering you.
"Fast" Eddie Felson
"We really stuck it in her didn't we Findlay"
"Fast" Eddie Felson
We really stuck it in her didn't we Findlay?
Butch Cassidy
(To Sundance, upon being challenged to a knife fight by the massive Logan) "Maybe there's a way to make a profit from this. . . (sighs) bet on Logan."
Butch Cassidy
[to Sundance, upon being challenged to a knife fight by the massive Logan] Maybe there's a way to make a profit from this... [sighs] bet on Logan.
The Sundance Kid
"I would, but who'd bet on you?"
The Sundance Kid
I would, but who'd bet on you?
Brick Pollitt
How do you expect to have a baby with a man who can't stand you?
Butch Cassidy
What happened to the OLD bank? IT was beautiful. [the name was changed to deter bank robbers]
The Sundance Kid
Think ya used enough dynamite there, Butch?
Butch Cassidy
Kid, there's something I ought to tell you. I never shot anybody before.
Butch Cassidy
Boy, I got vision, and the rest of the world wears bifocals.
Butch Cassidy
If he'd just pay me what he's spending to make me stop robbing him, I'd stop robbing him.
The Sundance Kid
I can't swim. [to Butch]
Butch Cassidy
replies: Are you crazy? The fall will probably kill you.
Eddie Felson
Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.
Doc Hudson
What do you want, Sally?
Brick Pollitt
Is it, Maggie?
Butch Cassidy
Is that what you call giving cover?
The Sundance Kid
Is that what you call running? If I knew you were going to stroll...
Homer Bannon
You're an unprincipled man, Hud.
Homer Bannon
You're an unprincipled young man Hud.
Hud Bannon
Don't let that worry you none. You got enough for both of us.
Henry Gondorff/Mr. Shaw
"Four jacks."
Henry Gondorff/Mr. Shaw
Four jacks.
John Russell
How you gonna get down that hill?
John Russell
How are you planning to get back down that hill?
Lucas (Luke) Jackson
"sometimes nothing can be a real cool hand"
Lucas (Luke) Jackson
Sometimes nothing can be a real cool hand.
Hud Bannon
I'll remember you, honey. You're the one that got away.
Butch Cassidy
Kid, the next time I say, ?Let's go someplace like Bolivia,? let's go someplace like Bolivia.
Butch Cassidy
Kid, the next time I say, 'Let's go someplace like Bolivia,' let's go someplace like Bolivia.
Butch Cassidy
"I got vision and the rest of the world wears bi-focals".