Robert Duvall

Robert Duvall

Highest Rated: 100% Apocalypse Now: Final Cut (2019)

Lowest Rated: 8% Gods and Generals (2003)

Birthday: Jan 5, 1931

Birthplace: San Diego, California, USA

One of Hollywood's most distinguished, popular, and versatile actors, Robert Duvall possesses a rare gift for totally immersing himself in his roles. Born January 5, 1931 and raised by an admiral, Duvall fought in Korea for two years after graduating from Principia College. Upon his Army discharge, he moved to New York to study acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse, where he won much acclaim for his portrayal of a longshoreman in A View From the Bridge. He later acted in stock and off-Broadway, and had his onscreen debut as Gregory Peck's simple-minded neighbor Boo Radley in To Kill a Mockingbird (1962).With his intense expressions and chiseled features, Duvall frequently played troubled, lonely characters in such films as The Chase (1966) during his early film career. Whatever the role, however, he brought to it an almost tangible intensity tempered by an ability to make his characters real (in contrast to some contemporaries who never let viewers forget that they were watching a star playing a role). Though well-respected and popular, Duvall largely eschewed the traditionally glitzy life of a Hollywood star; at the same time, he worked with some of the greatest directors over the years. This included a long association with Francis Ford Coppola, for whom he worked in two Godfather movies (in 1972 and 1974) and Apocalypse Now (1979). The actor's several Oscar nominations included one for his performance as a dyed-in-the-wool military father who victimizes his family with his disciplinarian tirades in The Great Santini (1980). For his portrayal of a has-been country singer in Tender Mercies -- a role for which he composed and performed his own songs -- Duvall earned his first Academy Award for Best Actor. He also directed and co-produced 1983's Angelo My Love and earned praise for his memorable appearance in Rambling Rose in 1991. One of Duvall's greatest personal triumphs was the production of 1997's The Apostle, the powerful tale of a fallen Southern preacher who finds redemption. He had written the script 15 years earlier, but was unable to find a backer, so, in the mid-'90s, he financed the film himself. Directing and starring in the piece, Duvall earned considerable acclaim, including another Best Actor Oscar nomination.The 1990s were a good decade for Duvall. Though not always successful, his films brought him steady work and great variety. Not many other actors could boast of playing such a diversity of characters: from a retired Cuban barber in 1993's Wrestling Ernest Hemingway to an ailing editor in The Paper (1994) to the abusive father of a mentally impaired murderer in the harrowing Sling Blade (1996) to James Earl Jones's brother in the same year's A Family Thing (which he also produced). Duvall took on two very different father roles in 1998, first in the asteroid extravaganza Deep Impact and then in Robert Altman's The Gingerbread Man. Throughout his career, Duvall has also continued to work on the stage. In addition, he occasionally appeared in such TV miniseries as Lonesome Dove (1989) and Stalin (1992), and has even done voice-over work for Lexus commercials. In the early 2000s, he continued his balance between supporting roles in big-budget films and meatier parts in smaller efforts. He supported Nicolas Cage in Gone in 60 Seconds and Denzel Washington in John Q., but he also put out his second directorial effort, Assassination Tango (under the aegis of old friend Coppola, which allowed him to film one of his life's great passions -- the tango. In 2003, Kevin Costner gave Duvall an outstanding role in his old-fashioned Western Open Range, and Duvall responded with one of his most enjoyable performances.Duvall subsequently worked in a number of additional films, including playing opposite Will Ferrell in the soccer comedy Kicking & Screaming, as well as adding a hilarious cameo as a tobacco king in the first-rate satire Thank You For Smoking.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
100% Apocalypse Now: Final Cut Lt. Col. Kilgore 2019
91% Widows Tom Mulligan 2018
30% In Dubious Battle Bolton 2017
No Score Yet The Words That Built America Actor 2017
No Score Yet The Godfather Epic Tom Hagen 2016
17% Wild Horses Director Producer Screenwriter Scott Briggs 2015
48% The Judge Joseph Palmer $35.7M 2014
43% A Night In Old Mexico Red Bovie Producer 2014
94% Casting By Actor $14.5K 2013
35% Jayne Mansfield's Car Jim Caldwell $14.8K 2013
63% Jack Reacher Cash $80.1M 2012
15% Seven Days In Utopia Johnny Crawford $4.4M 2011
64% Belizaire the Cajun Preacher 2011
85% Get Low Felix "Bush" Breazeale Executive Producer $9.2M 2010
No Score Yet For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots Actor 2010
No Score Yet For Love of Liberty Actor 2010
90% Crazy Heart Producer Wayne $38.4M 2009
73% The Road Old Man $8.1M 2009
24% Four Christmases Howard $120.2M 2008
57% We Own the Night Burt Grusinsky $27.7M 2007
29% Lucky You L.C. Cheever $5.8M 2007
No Score Yet Brando Actor 2007
90% America At A Crossroads: Operation Homecoming: Writing The Wartime Experience Actor 2007
No Score Yet Broken Trail Print Ritter Executive Producer 2006
86% Thank You for Smoking Doak `The Captain' Boykin $24.9M 2006
No Score Yet American Experience Narrator 2005
41% Kicking & Screaming Buck Weston $52.6M 2005
No Score Yet Stone Boy Actor 2005
60% Secondhand Lions Hub $41.5M 2003
79% Open Range Boss Spearman $58.3M 2003
47% Assassination Tango Producer Director John J. Anderson Screenwriter $0.9M 2003
8% Gods and Generals Gen. Robert E. Lee $13M 2003
No Score Yet Festival Pass with Chris Gore Actor 2002
23% John Q Lt. Frank Grimes $71.1M 2002
93% Apocalypse Now Redux Lt. Col. Kilgore $2M 2001
67% A Shot at Glory Producer Gordon McLeod 2001
41% The 6th Day Dr. Griffin Weir $33.9M 2000
25% Gone in 60 Seconds (Gone in Sixty Seconds) Otto Halliwell $101M 2000
61% A Civil Action Jerome Facher 1998
45% Deep Impact Spurgeon Tanner 1998
90% The Apostle Screenwriter Eulis "Sonny" Dewey/The Apostle E.F. Sonny Dewey/The Apostle E.F. Director Executive Producer 1998
58% The Gingerbread Man Dixon Doss 1997
96% Sling Blade Karl's Father 1996
50% Phenomenon Doc 1996
73% A Family Thing Earl Pilcher Jr. Producer 1996
No Score Yet El Asesino en mis Manos Producer Adolf Eichmann 1996
13% The Scarlet Letter Roger Chillingworth 1995
39% Something to Talk About Wyly King 1995
50% The Stars Fell on Henrietta Mr. Cox 1995
57% Wrestling Ernest Hemingway Walter 1994
88% The Paper Bernie White 1994
74% Falling Down Det. Martin Prendergast 1993
50% Geronimo - An American Legend Al Sieber 1993
No Score Yet Stalin Stalin 1992
No Score Yet The Plague (La Peste) Grand 1992
39% Newsies Joseph Pulitzer 1992
No Score Yet Waylon Jennings: Renegade. Outlaw. Legend. Actor 1992
100% Rambling Rose Daddy Hillyer 1991
100% Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse Actor 1991
39% Days of Thunder Harry Hogge 1990
No Score Yet A Show of Force Howard 1990
28% The Handmaid's Tale Commander 1990
No Score Yet Convicts Soll Gautier 1990
No Score Yet Lonesome Dove - The Making of An Epic Actor 1990
No Score Yet Tango: Our Dance Actor 1988
81% Colors Officer Bob Hodges 1988
No Score Yet Hotel Colonial Roberto Carrasco (Luca Venieri) 1987
No Score Yet The Lightship Calvin Caspary 1986
No Score Yet Let's Get Harry Norman Shrike 1986
No Score Yet Falling for the Stars Actor 1985
82% The Natural Max Mercy 1984
67% The Stone Boy Joe Hillerman 1984
No Score Yet The Terry Fox Story (Heart of a Champion) Bill Vigars 1983
83% Tender Mercies Mac Sledge Producer 1983
100% Angelo, My Love Screenwriter 1983
No Score Yet The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper Gruen 1981
69% True Confessions Det. Tom Spellacy 1981
94% The Great Santini Lt. Col. Bull Meechum 1979
98% Apocalypse Now Lt. Col. Kilgore 1979
93% Invasion of the Body Snatchers Priest on Swing (uncredited) 1978
No Score Yet The Betsy Loren Hardeman III 1978
No Score Yet Ike: The War Years Dwight D. Eisenhower 1978
No Score Yet The Greatest Bill McDonald 1977
92% Network Frank Hackett 1976
85% The Seven-Per-Cent Solution Dr. Watson 1976
67% The Eagle Has Landed Colonel Radl 1976
46% The Killer Elite George Hansen 1975
40% Breakout Jay Wagner 1975
97% The Godfather, Part II Tom Hagen 1974
98% The Conversation The Director 1974
No Score Yet The Outfit Macklin 1974
No Score Yet Badge 373 Eddie Ryan 1973
No Score Yet Lady Ice Pierce 1973
70% The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid Jesse James 1972
60% Tomorrow Jackson Fentry 1972
98% The Godfather Tom Hagen 1972
86% Joe Kidd Frank Harlan 1972
No Score Yet The Godfather: The Coppola Restoration Actor 1972
63% Lawman Adams 1971
86% THX 1138 THX 1138 1971
86% M*A*S*H Maj. Frank Burns 1970
No Score Yet The Revolutionary Despard 1970
83% The Rain People Gordon 1969
88% True Grit Ned Pepper 1969
97% Bullitt Weissberg 1968
100% The Detective Nestor 1968
80% Countdown Chiz 1968
83% The Chase Edwin Stewart 1966
No Score Yet Fame Is the Name of the Game Eddie 1966
No Score Yet Captain Newman, M.D. Capt. Paul Cabot Winston 1963
92% To Kill A Mockingbird Boo Radley 1962
No Score Yet John Brown's Raid Actor 1960

TV

Credit
No Score Yet Lonesome Dove
1989
Augustus `Gus' McCrae 2019
1989
No Score Yet Late Night With Seth Meyers
2014
Guest 2015
No Score Yet The Talk
2010
Guest 2015
No Score Yet Charlie Rose
2013-2017
Guest 2014
No Score Yet Late Show With David Letterman
1993-2015
Guest 2014
No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show
2007
Guest 2014
No Score Yet The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
2014
Guest 2014
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
2003
Guest 2014
2012
No Score Yet American Experience
1988
Voice Narrator 2005
No Score Yet The Wild Wild West
1965-1969
Humphries 1967
1965
No Score Yet The Fugitive
1963-1967
Guest Eric Leslie 1965
1963
80% The Twilight Zone
1959-1964
Charley Parkes 1963
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
1955-1962
Bart Conway 1962

QUOTES FROM Robert Duvall CHARACTERS

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: They were going to make me a major for this, and I wasn't even in their fucking army anymore. Everybody wanted me to do it; him most of all. I felt like he was up there waiting for me to take the pain away. He just wanted to go out like a soldier. Standing up. Not like some poor wasted rag-assed renegade. Even the jungle wanted him dead. That's who he really took his orders from, anyway.

Joseph Palmer says: I put a roof over your head, money in your pocket, clothes on your back, food in your mouth!

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: You can either surf, or you can fight!

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: What the hell do you know about surfing, Major? You're from goddamned New Jersey!

Capt. Benjamin Willard says: Are you crazy, Goddammit? Don't you think its a little risky for some R&R?

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: If I say its safe to surf this beach, Captain, then its safe to surf this beach! I mean, I'm not afraid to surf this place. I'll surf this whole fucking place!

Denton Baxter says: You're nuthin'!

Boss Spearman says: Maybe so, I'll still be breathin' in another minute.

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: My friend and me got a hankerin' for Switzerland chocolate and a good smoke.

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

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

Boss Spearman says: Man's got a right to protect his property and his life, and we ain't lettin' no rancher or his lawman take either.

Boss Spearman says: A man's trust is a valuable thing, Button. You don't wanna lose it for a handful of cards.

Johnny Crawford says: See it ... feel it ... trust it.

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: I love the smell of napalm in the morning.

Frank Hackett says: Where's that put us, Diana?

Diana Christensen says: That puts us in the shithouse. That's where that puts us.

Frank Hackett says: I'm gonna kill him. I'm gonna impale the son-of-a-bitch with a sharp stick through the heart. I'll take out a contract on him. I'll hire a professional killer; no, I'll do it myself. I'll strangle him with a sash cord.

Frank Hackett says: Mr. Jensen is unhappy with Howard Beale and wants him discontinued.

Diana Christensen says: He may be unhappy, but he isn't stupid enough to withdraw the number one show on television out of pique.

Frank Hackett says: Two billion dollars is not pique! That's the Wrath of God! And the Wrath of God wants Howard Beale fired.

Frank Hackett says: Well, the issue is: Shall we kill Howard Beale, or not? I'd like to get some more opinions on that.

Diana Christensen says: I don't see we have any options, Frank. Let's kill the son-of-a-bitch.

Frank Hackett says: I argued that television was a volatile industry in which success and failure were determined week by week; Mr. Jensen does not like volatile industries and suggested with a certain sinister silkiness that volatility in business usually reflected bad management.

Nelson Chaney says: The affiliates won't carry it.

Frank Hackett says: The affiliates will kiss your ass if you can hand them a hit show.

Nelson Chaney says: All I know is that this violates every canon of respectable broadcasting.

Frank Hackett says: We're not a respectable network. We're a whorehouse network, and we have to take whatever we can get.

Nelson Chaney says: Well, I don't want any part of it. I don't fancy myself the president of a whorehouse.

Frank Hackett says: That's very commendable of you, Nelson. Now sit down. Your indignation is duly noted; you can always resign tomorrow.

Kingsley Bedford says: We all have a crash of some sort awaiting us.

Jim Caldwell says: Yeh. I put pieces together all the time, but they all fall apart.

Howard says: Your grandmother's boyfriend is a first class ass sniffer! And you can tell him that I said so.

Brad says: I'm sorry, I didn't know there was a ten dollar spending cap.

Howard says: Well, maybe if you came home more than once a decade, you'd know crap like that!

Howard says: Boys, I don't wanna speak ill of your mother on Christmas, but she's nothing but a common street whore.

Danny McGavin says: Hey, Hodges--Uncle Bob, I don't have any problem with you.

Officer Bob Hodges says: Hey, Hodges--Uncle Bob, I don't have any problem with you.

Officer Danny McGavin says: Hey, Hodges, Uncle Bob. I don't have any problems with you.

Bob Hodges says: Oh no. You've got problems with the whole fucking world. And I'm in it. And I don't like it.

Officer Bob Hodges says: Oh no? You've got problems with the whole fucking world. And I'm in it. And I don't like it.

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: Any man brave enough to fight wit his guts strapped to him can drink from my canteen any day.

Hub McCaan says: If you need somethin', you'd best find it yourself, or even better, learn to do without.

Otto Halliwell says: Easy money.

Jack Woltz says: You don't understand. Johnny Fontane never gets that movie. That part is perfect for him. It'll make him a big star. I'm gonna run him out of the movies. And let me tell you why. Johnny Fontane ruined one of Woltz International's most valuable proteges. For three years we had her under contract, singing lessons, dancing lessons, acting lessons. I spent hundreds of thousands of dollars. I was gonna make her a big star. And let me be even more frank, just to show you that I'm not a hard-hearted man, that it's not all dollars and cents. She was beautiful! She was young, she was innocent. She was the greatest piece of ass I've ever had, and I've had 'em all over the world. And then Johnny Fontaine comes along with his olive oil voice and guinea charm and she runs off. She threw it all away just to make me look ridiculous. And a man in my position can't afford to be made to look ridiculous. Now you get the hell out of here! And if that goomba tries any rough stuff, you tell him I ain't no bandleader. Yeah, I heard that story. [Hagen has been calmly eating his meal throughout Woltz's tirade]

Tom Hagen says: [Hagen has been calmly eating his meal throughout Woltz's tirade] Thank you for the dinner and a very pleasant evening. Have your car take me to the airport. Mr Corleone is a man who insists on hearing bad news at once.

Jack Woltz says: Now you listen to me, you smooth-talking son-of-a-bitch, let me lay it on the line for you and your boss, whoever he is! Johnny Fontane will never get that movie! I don't care how many dago guinea wop greaseball goombahs come out of the woodwork!

Tom Hagen says: I'm German-Irish.

Jack Woltz says: Well, let me tell you something, my kraut-mick friend, I'm gonna make so much trouble for you, you won t know what hit you!

Tom Hagen says: Sir, my client has answered every question asked by this committee with the utmost cooperation and sincerity. He has not taken that Fifth Amendment as it was his right to do, and which because of the extreme legal complexity of this hearing, counsel advised him to do. So, I think in all fairness this committee should hear his statement and put it in the record.

Michael Corleone says: Was it a boy or a girl?

Tom Hagen says: Mike, at three and a half...

Michael Corleone says: What is it, can't you give me straight answers anymore!

Michael Corleone says: Was it a boy or a girl?

Tom Hagen says: Mike, at three and a half...

Michael Corleone says: What is it, can't you give me straight answers anymore!

Tom Hagen says: Sir, my client has answered every question asked by this committee with the utmost cooperation and sincerity. He has not taken that Fifth Amendment as it was his right to do, and which because of the extreme legal complexity of this hearing, counsel advised him to do. So, I think in all fairness this committee should hear his statement and put it in the record.

Tom Hagen says: Don't worry about anything, Frankie Five-Angels.

Frankie Pentangeli says: Thanks, Tom. Thanks.

Tom Hagen says: Frankie, you were always interested in politics, in history. I remember you talking about Hitler back in '43. We were young then.

Frankie Pentangeli says: Yeah, I still read a lot. They bring me stuff.

Tom Hagen says: You were around the old timers who dreamed up how the Families should be organized, how they based it on the old Roman Legions, and called them 'Regimes'... with the 'Capos' and 'Soldiers,' and it worked.

Frankie Pentangeli says: Yeah, it worked. Those were great old days. We was like the Roman Empire. The Corleone family was like the Roman Empire.

Tom Hagen says: (sadly) Yeah, it was once. (very gently) The Roman Empire... when a plot against the Emperor failed, the plotters were always given a chance to let their families keep their fortunes.

Tom Hagen says: [sadly] Yeah, it was once. [very gently] The Roman Empire... when a plot against the Emperor failed, the plotters were always given a chance to let their families keep their fortunes.

Frankie Pentangeli says: Yeah, but only the rich guys. The little guys got knocked off. If they got arrested and executed, all their estate went to the Emperor. If they just went home and killed themselves, up front, nothing happened.

Tom Hagen says: Yeah, that was a good break. A nice deal. Pentangeli looks at Hagen; he understands.

Frankie Pentangeli says: They went home and sat in a hot bath and opened their veins, and bled to death. Sometimes they gave a little party before they did it. Hagen throws away his cigar. Pentangeli puffs on his.

Hub McCaan says: If you need something, you'd best find it yourself, or even better, learn to do without.

Don Vito Corleone says: I knew that Santino was going to have to go through all this. And Fredo -- well -- (then, after he sits besides Michael) -- Fredo was -- well -- But I never -- I never wanted this for you. I work my whole life, I don't apologize, to take care of my family. And I refused -- to be a fool -- dancing on the string, held by all those -- bigshots. I don't apologize -- that's my life -- but I thought that -- that when it was your time -- that -- that you would be the one to hold the strings. Senator - Corleone. Governor - Corleone, or something...

Don Vito Corleone says: I knew that Santino was going to have to go through all this. And Fredo -- well -- [then, after he sits besides Michael] -- Fredo was -- well -- But I never -- I never wanted this for you. I work my whole life, I don't apologize, to take care of my family. And I refused -- to be a fool -- dancing on the string, held by all those -- bigshots. I don't apologize -- that's my life -- but I thought that -- that when it was your time -- that -- that you would be the one to hold the strings. Senator - Corleone. Governor - Corleone, or something...

Michael Corleone says: Another pezzonovante...

Tom Hagen says: Well -- this wasn't enough time, Michael. Wasn't enough time...

Cash says: You are a little rusty Mr Reacher

Cash says: You're a little rusty, Mr.Reacher.

Jack Reacher says: "Get her number and lets go."- Robert Duvall

Jack Reacher says: Get her number and let's go.

Cash says: Get her number and let's go.

Wayne says: Hey, you look like shit man. Oh-ho!

Bad Blake says: Yeah. I know. It's on account of all the toilets I have to play in.

Eulis "Sonny" Dewey/The Apostle E.F. says: Holy Ghost power!

Michael Corleone says: was it boy?

Michael Corleone says: Was it boy?

Tom Hagen says: At 3 1/2 months---

Tom Hagen says: At 3 1/2 months...

Michael Corleone says: Now can't you give me a straight answer anymore! Was it a boy?!

Hub McCaan says: Jesus! Jesus! Jesus! No, wait, that was The Apostle.

Jack Woltz says: A man in my position can't afford to look ridiculous. Now you get the hell out of here.

Tom Hagen says: Thank you for the dinner, and the lovely evening.

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: Charlie Don't Surf!

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: Charlie don't surf!

Clemenza says: Leave the gun, take the cannoli

Moe Greene says: Sonofabitch! Do you know who I am? I'm Moe Greene! I made my bones when you were going out with cheerleaders!

Tom Hagen says: It is a sicillian message it means Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes

Moe Greene says: Do you know who I am ? I'm Moe Greene I made My Bones when you were going out with Cheerleaders

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: This war's gonna end someday.

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: How are you feeling jimmy ?

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: How are you feeling Jimmy?

Kilgore's Machine-Gunner says: Like a mean motherfucker sir !

Kilgore's Machine-Gunner says: Like a mean motherfucker sir!

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: Charlie don't surf!

Bob Hodges says: [to his new partner] There's two bulls standing on top of a mountain. The younger one says to the older one: "Hey pop, let's say we run down there and fuck one of them cows". The older one says: "No son. Lets walk down and fuck 'em all".

Bob Hodges says: [to his new partner] There's two bulls standing on top of a mountain. The younger one says to the older one: 'Hey pop, let's say we run down there and fuck one of them cows'. The older one says: 'No son. Lets walk down and fuck 'em all'.

Tom Hagen says: I always thought [the traitor] would be Clemenza, not Tessio.

Michael Corleone says: It's the smart move. Tessio was always smarter.

Lt. Colonel Kilgore says: "Lance, I will not harm or hurt you. Just give me the board back. It was a good board and I like it. Do you know how hard it is to find a board you like. JUST GIVE ME THE BOARD LANCE!."

Lt. Colonel Kilgore says: Lance, I will not harm or hurt you. Just give me the board back. It was a good board and I like it. Do you know how hard it is to find a board you like. JUST GIVE ME THE BOARD LANCE!.

Dr. Griffin Weir says: Doesn't anyone stay dead anymore?

Adam Gibson says: Doesn't anyone stay dead anymore?

The Man says: Do you ever wish you would die?

Old Man says: No. It's foolish to ask for luxuries in times like these.

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: Charlie don't surf!

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: I love the smell of napalm in the morning. Smells like.....victory

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: I love the smell of napalm in the morning. Smells like... victory.

Karl's Father says: Mmmm hmmmmm

Karl's Father says: Mmmm hmmmmm.

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: I love the smell of napalm in the morning. You know, one time we had a hill bombed, for 12 hours. When it was all over, I walked up. We didn't find one of 'em, not one stinkin' dink body. The smell, you know that gasoline smell, the whole hill. Smelled like [sniffing, pondering] victory. Someday this war's gonna end... [suddenly walks off]

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: I love the smell of napalm in the morning. You know, one time we had a hill bombed, for 12 hours. When it was all over, I walked up. We didn't find one of 'em, not one stinkin' dink body. The smell, you know that gasoline smell, the whole hill. Smelled like... [sniffing, pondering]

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: ...victory. Someday this war's gonna end. [suddenly walks off]

Harry Hogge says: You stay out of that car. If you get back in that car, you'll die. You hear?

Cole Trickle says: I'm not getting back in my car, I'm getting in Rowdy's.

Harry Hogge says: You stay out of that car. If you get back in that car, you'll die. You hear?

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: I am beyond their timed, lying morality. Therefore I am beyond caring.

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: I am beyond their timid lying morality, and so I am beyond caring.

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: I love the smell of napalm in the morning.

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: Charlie don't surf

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: Charlie don't surf.

Tom Hagen says: You're getting a real reputation, Sonny! I hope you're enjoying it!

Tom Hagen says: You're getting a great reputation, Sonny! I hope you're enjoying it!

Tom Hagen says: This is business. Not personal.

Otto Halliwell says: We're gonna have to go old school on this. A day to shop, a day to prep.

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: i asked for a mission and for my sins they gave me one.

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: I love the smell of Napalm in the mourning!

Lt. Col. Kilgore says: I love the smell of Napalm in the morning!

Felix Bush says: They keep talking about forgiveness. "Ask Jesus for forgiveness." I never did nothing to him.