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Angels with Dirty Faces Quotes

Angels with Dirty Faces is a TV show that debuted in 1970 . Angels with Dirty Faces completed its run in 1970.

It features Samuel Bischoff as producer, Max Steiner in charge of musical score, and Sol Polito as head of cinematography.

Angels with Dirty Faces is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Angels with Dirty Faces is 97 minutes long. Angels with Dirty Faces is distributed by Warner Bros..

The cast includes: Dead End Kids as Soapy, James Cagney as Rocky Sullivan, James Cagney as William 'Rocky' Sullivan, as a boy, Humphrey Bogart as James Frazier, Humphrey Bogart as Bim, and George Bancroft as Mac Keefer.

Angels with Dirty Faces Quotes

James Cagney as Rocky Sullivan

  • (James Cagney) "No. I don't want to die. Oh, please. I don't want to die. Oh, please. Don't make me burn in hell. Oh, please let go of me. Please don't kill me. Oh, don't kill me, please."
  • (James Cagney) "Asking questions again, huh? Listen, someday you're gonna stick your nose, and you're gonna get something in it."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I only thought it was."
  • (James Cagney) "Shut up. Now, look, you don't know anything about this, see? Huh?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "No, no. No, I don't know nothing."
  • (James Cagney) "But you do know what guys get who talk."
  • (James Cagney) "Shower down. Right there. All those nickels. You, you, you, and you. Right there."
  • (James Cagney) "Personal foul. Free throw over here."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I didn't do nothing."
  • (James Cagney) "Foul."
  • (Swing) "Foul? What did he do? Hit me?"
  • (James Cagney) "I'll take the room. What's the tariff?"
  • (Laury Ferguson) "Five dollars a week."
  • (James Cagney) "Sold."
  • (Laury Ferguson) "In advance."
  • (James Cagney) "Oh. Alright. Write me a receipt."
  • (Laury Ferguson) "You can trust me."
  • (Father Jerry) "What's on your mind, Son?"
  • (James Cagney) "Not very much, Father. It's just been bothering me about fifteen years. What did you do with those fountain pens you stole out of the freight cart?"
  • (Father Jerry) "Rocky. You old --"
  • (James Cagney) "Jerry, glad to see you. Whadda ya hear. Whadda ya say."
  • (Father Jerry) "Whadda ya hear. Whadda ya say. I'm glad to see you."
  • (James Cagney) "Good to see you. Fifteen years. Hasn't changed a bit."
  • (James Cagney) "Mac, did I get you out of bed? Oh, I'm so sorry."
  • (James Cagney) "I think he's sore."
  • (Father Jerry) "Rocky? Rocky?"
  • (James Cagney) "What are you doing up here? Go on, get out of here. Beat it."
  • (Father Jerry) "I'm coming in, Rocky."
  • (James Cagney) "What's the matter with you? You want to get your skull full of lead? Get out of here. I thought you were smarter than trying to stick your kisser in a place like this."
  • (Father Jerry) "I couldn't stand by and watch them shoot you down, Rocky. They've got you covered from every angle. Your only chance is to give yourself up. You're through, Rocky. You're finished."
  • (James Cagney) "Yeah, I was until you stepped into it."
  • (James Cagney) "Next time you roll a guy for his poke, make sure he don't know your hideout."
  • (James Cagney) "Hi Jerry."
  • (Jerry, As a Boy) "Hello."
  • (James Cagney) "Whadda ya hear. Whadda ya say."
  • (Jerry, As a Boy) "Bulls eye."
  • (James Cagney) "It's as dead as a door nail around here."
  • (Jerry, As a Boy) "Yeah."
  • (James Cagney) "So long, kid."
  • (Father Jerry) "Goodbye, Rocky. May God have mercy on you."
  • (James Cagney) "'Morning, gentlemen. Nice day for a murder."
  • (James Cagney) "Suppose the dough is hot? Nobody knows that but you and me."
  • (Father Jerry) "That's just it."
  • (James Cagney) "Oh, come on, don't be such an angel. You wanna get the center built, don't you? Well, go ahead; get it started."
  • (Father Jerry) "Sure I wanna get it started; but I don't wanna get it started on rotten foundations."
  • (James Cagney) "Aw, don't be a sucker."
  • (Father Jerry) "All right, Rocky, supposin' I take the money -- and I kid myself that it's a means to an end; well it isn't. It never will be. Inside the center my boys would be clean -- and outside they'd be surrounded by the same rotten corruption and crime and criminals. Yes, yourself included. Criminals on all sides for my boys to look up to and revere -- and respect and admire and imitate. What earthly good is it for me to teach that honesty is the best policy when all around they see that dishonesty is a better policy? That the hoodlum and the gangster is looked up to with the same respect as the successful businessman or the popular hero? You and the Fraziers and the Keefers and all the rest of those rotten politicians you've got in the palm of your hand. Yes, and you've got my boys, too. Whatever I teach them, you -- you show me up. You show them the easiest way; the quickest way is with a racket or a gun."
  • (James Cagney) "Well, it's so, ain't it?"
  • (Father Jerry) "Yes, it's so -- God help us."
  • (James Cagney) "You've done very alright. Very alright, Frazier. I'm mighty proud of you. Why shouldn't I be. We're partners ain't we?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Of course, Rocky. Of course."
  • (James Cagney) "Just like we said three years ago, huh?"
  • (Father Jerry) "We haven't got a lot of time. And I want to ask you one last favor."
  • (James Cagney) "There's not left than I can do, kid."
  • (Father Jerry) "Yes, there is, Rocky. Perhaps more than you could do under any other circumstances. If you have the courage for it, and I know you have."
  • (James Cagney) "You mean, walking in there? That's not gonna take much."
  • (Father Jerry) "I know that, Rocky."
  • (James Cagney) "It's like a barber chair. And when they ask me "you got anything to say?". I'll say, "sure, give me a haircut, a shave, and a massage, with one of those nice new electric massages"."
  • (James Cagney) "Laury Martin? That little fresh kid with the pigtails? Well, hello. Whadda ya hear. Whadda ya say."
  • (Laury Ferguson) "Hello."
  • (James Cagney) "Hey. Wait a minute."
  • (Laury Ferguson) "I've waited fifteen years to do that."
  • (James Cagney) "Who's the leader?"
  • (Dead End Kids) "I am."
  • (James Cagney) "Come here. Collect that dough, and fast."
  • (Father Jerry) "Well, as long as you're sponsoring the gym, let's go and take a look at it."
  • (James Cagney) "You mean now?"
  • (Father Jerry) "Sure. Come on, Rocky. I want to show you what I'm doing. You remember old Krausmeyer's store, don't you?"
  • (James Cagney) "Yeah, sure. We used to rob it."
  • (Father Jerry) "Yes."

Humphrey Bogart as James Frazier

  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Sullivan picked me up at my home. He's got everything that was in my safe: Account books, receipts, names, addresses, bank books, everything. If he's prosecuted for this kidnapping hell talk. And he's got evidence to back it up. He'll tear this whole town wide open."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute, gentleman. There's no sense in running too far ahead of ourselves. Don't forget, there are all kinds of grand juries and there's all kinds of ways of handling them. That's why you got me for."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Rocky?"
  • (James Cagney) "Yeah, Rocky. I ain't dead yet. Give me those keys. Get going."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Listen, Rocky. I'm pulling every string I can. I'm seeing the all right people. And I think I can get you off with about three years."
  • (James Cagney) "You talk like I can do that three years in a handstand. It's a long time. That ain't no picnic. You'll be outside having it soft right on those cushions."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I know it's a tough break, Rocky. But I'm not gonna mark time. I'm gonna scout around, make connections. Not only for me, but for both of us. You understand?"
  • (James Cagney) "Why should I take the fall?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "There's no other way out. Now, be sensible. If they get me too, I'll not only be disbarred, but they'll check on my vault box and grab that hundred grand. You don't want to lose that dough, do you?"
  • (James Cagney) "Alright, Frazier. It's my rap and I'll take it. But it's my hundred grand and I'll take that too, the day that I get out."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Well, well, Rocky. Say, this is a surprise."
  • (James Cagney) "Whadda ya hear. Whadda ya say."

George Bancroft as Mac Keefer

  • (George Bancroft) "I'm taking care of this job myself. Get Blackie up here right away."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Now, listen Mac. I don't care how you handle Sullivan. But it's got to look like an accident with that priest."
  • (George Bancroft) "Leave that to me."

Dead End Kids as Soapy

  • (Dead End Kids) "Hey. Call a fair game or I'll slap you right in the kisser."
  • (James Cagney) "You'll slap me? You slap me in a dream, you better wake up and apologize."

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