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Answers to Sterling Silver Dialogue #14


Sterling Silver Dialogue #14: (Answers)


(After arriving at a secret hiding place for stolen money) "My uncle's grave. He was always good at keeping money so I thought I'd let him keep mine safe."

Peter Brocco as a Bank Heist Man (on left)





(A beautiful woman upon accidentally bumping into a man) "Oh, I'm sorry."

(looking her over) "I'm not."

Joan Dixon as Diane Morley speaks to Charles McGraw as Joe Peters




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Pool Attendant: "They kept it all incognito. They're gonna collect the body in an ice cream van."

(response) "Well there's a lot of dignity in that, in't there? Going out like a raspberry ripple."

Brian Hayes as the Pool Attendant speaks with Bob Hoskins as Harold Shand (on right)



Casino Manager: "It was a good night. Nothing unusual."

(response) "'Nothing unusual', he says! Eric's been blown to smithereens, Colin's been carved up, and I've got a bomb in me casino, and you say nothing unusual."


Uncredited Actor as Casino Manager speaks to Bob Hoskins as Harold Shand



"Walk to the car, Billy, or I'll blow your spine off."

(response) "That's not a shooter, is it, Harold?"

(reply) "Oh don't be silly, Billy. Would I come hunting for you with me fingers?"

Bob Hoskins as Harold Shand speaks to Nick Stringer as Billy


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"I'd look good in a mink coat, honey."

(response) "You'd look good in a shower curtain."

Virginia Mayo as Verna Jarrett speaks first to James Cagney as Cody Jarrett




"You wouldn't kill me in cold blood, would ya?"

(response) "No, I'll let ya warm up a little."

Paul Guilfoyle as Roy Parker (pictured in middle) asks James Cagney as Cody Jarrett (holding the gun)

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"Diamond, the only trouble with you is, you'd like to be me. You'd like to have my organization, my influence, my fix. You can't, it's impossible. You think it's money. It's not. It's personality. You haven't got it Lieutenant, you're a cop. Slow. Steady. Intelligent. With a bad temper and a gun under your arm. With a big yen for a girl you can't have. First is first and second is nobody."

Richard Conte as Mr. Brown (seated, speaks to Cornel Wilde as Police Lt. Leonard Diamond, shown standing wearing tie) in The Big Combo





(Nathan, to board members at an advertising agency) "Gentlemen I'd like you to meet Dr. Alvin Weasely. Dr. Weasely is one of the most respected motivational researchers in the country. Harvey's beer has dropped 84 percent. So Dr. Weasely will tell us how the American public really feels about beer. Dr. Weasely."

(Dr. Weasely) "Beer is for men who doubt their masculinity. That's why it's so popular at sporting events and poker games. On a superficial level a glass of beer is a cool, soothing beverage. But in reality... a glass of beer is: Peepee dickie! That's it."

(Nathan) Beautiful!... Beautiful!

Stan Gottlieb as Nathan (standing on right) introduces Uncredited Actor (standing on left) as Dr. Alvin Weasely












"You know you don't have to act with me, Steve. You don't have to say anything, and you don't have to do anything. Not a thing. Oh, maybe just whistle. You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and... blow."

Lauren Bacall as Marie 'Slim' Browning (speaking to Humphrey Bogart as Harry 'Steve' Morgan) in To Have and Have Not








"Well, you're about as romantic as a pair of handcuffs."


(looking over an undistinguished hotel room) "Hey, I like this. Early nothing."


"The main thing is to have the money. I've been rich and I've been poor. Believe me, rich is better."

Gloria Grahame as Debby Marsh (speaking to Glenn Ford as Det. Sgt. Dave Bannion) 












(after an assassination) "Leave the gun. Take the cannoli."

Richard Castellano as Clemenza in The Godfather









"Hope's a funny thing. You can have it even when there ain't no reason for it."


"I do think I oughta' kiss you just once, though, for all the times I won't."

Robert Mitchum as Jeff McCloud (speaks to Susan Hayward as Louise Merritt) in The Lusty Men