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Annie (1982 film) Quotes

Annie (1982 film) is a television show that first aired in 1970 . Annie stopped airing in 1970.

It features Ray Stark as producer, Ralph Burns in charge of musical score, and Richard Moore (cinematographer) as head of cinematography.

Annie (1982 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Annie (1982 film) is 128 minutes long. Annie (1982 film) is distributed by Columbia Pictures.

The cast includes: Albert Finney as Daddy Warbucks, Aileen Quinn as Annie, Carol Burnett as Miss Hannigan, Toni Ann Gisondi as Molly, Ann Reinking as Grace, Roger Minami as Asp, Geoffrey Holder as Punjab, Tim Curry as Rooster, Bernadette Peters as Lily, Rosanne Sorrentino as Pepper, Edward Herrmann as FDR, and Lucie Stewart as July.

Annie (1982 film) Quotes

Ann Reinking as Grace

  • (Ann Reinking) "We got Annie."
  • (Roger Minami) "We got Annie."
  • (Geoffrey Holder) "We got Annie."
  • (Ann Reinking) "The swimming pool is down the stairs."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "Inside the house? Oh. boy."
  • (Ann Reinking) "The tennis court is in the rear."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "I never even picked up a racket."
  • (Ann Reinking) "What? Have an instructor here at noon. And get that Don Budge fellow if he's available."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "I think I'm gonna like It here."
  • (Ann Reinking) "What about this child?"
  • (Carol Burnett) "Annie? -- Oh, you don't want Annie."
  • (Ann Reinking) "Why not?"
  • (Carol Burnett) "Because -- Because she's a drunk."
  • (Ann Reinking) "Annie, how would you like to spend a week with Mr. Warbucks at his house?"
  • (Aileen Quinn) "Oh boy. I would love to. I would really, really love to."
  • (Ann Reinking) "You love money and power and capitalism? You know they're never going to love you back --"
  • (Ann Reinking) "Miss Hannigan. I am the private secretary to Oliver Warbucks."
  • (Carol Burnett) "The Oliver Warbucks? Oliver Warbucks, the millionaire?"
  • (Ann Reinking) "Oh no. Oliver Warbucks, the billionaire."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Mary, mother of God."

Edward Herrmann as FDR

  • (Edward Herrmann) "I want to feed them and house them and pay them. Not much, but enough to send home to their parents. So they can hold their heads up again and be proud to be Americans."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "That's a swell idea."
  • (Albert Finney) "It isn't a swell idea, Annie. It's mistaken foolishness."

Albert Finney as Daddy Warbucks

  • (Albert Finney) "Miss Hannigan, I presume?"
  • (Carol Burnett) "Yes?"
  • (Albert Finney) "I wanna talk to you about Annie."
  • (Carol Burnett) "You wanna return her and forget her? Or trade up?"
  • (Albert Finney) "I wanna adopt her."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Would you excuse me for a moment? Aaarggghh."
  • (Albert Finney) "You'll sit out this century in some deep, dark penitentiary."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Jail?"
  • (Albert Finney) "Sign."
  • (Carol Burnett) "I geuss this means I'll never know the feeling of running fingers through your hair."
  • (Albert Finney) "You'll rot in jail. In Sing-Sing."
  • (Carol Burnett) "I guess this means no Bonus Iree."
  • (Albert Finney) "Will you sign?"
  • (Albert Finney) "They say it can land on a dime -- whatever that may be."
  • (Albert Finney) "You spend your evenings in the shanties."
  • (Carol Burnett) "You had me followed."
  • (Albert Finney) "Imbibing quarts of bathtub gin."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Bronchitism."
  • (Albert Finney) "And here you're dancing in your scanties,"
  • (Carol Burnett) "Great gams."
  • (Albert Finney) "With some old geezer called Little Caeser,"
  • (Carol Burnett) "He's an uncle."
  • (Albert Finney) "You lock the orphans in the closet."
  • (Carol Burnett) "They love it."
  • (Albert Finney) "You hock their Christmas souvenirs."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Drink?"
  • (Albert Finney) "You steal the funds you should deposit."
  • (Carol Burnett) "It's fresh."
  • (Albert Finney) "You make them grovel while you buy laveleers."
  • (Albert Finney) "I never thought I'd get used to a girl."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "Girls are easier to get used to than boys. Look how used to Miss Farrell you are. She does all the work around here, and you don't even know her first name."
  • (Albert Finney) "I do, it's Grace."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "She thinks you're the greatest thing since sliced bread."
  • (Albert Finney) "I beg your pardon?"
  • (Aileen Quinn) "I know it's none of my business, but you never notice anything."
  • (Albert Finney) "Wait. There's something interesting in that woman's smile. I might learn to like her. Hang her in my bathroom."
  • (Albert Finney) "Your teeth are crooked."
  • (Ann Reinking) "I'll get them fixed."
  • (Albert Finney) "I like them crooked."
  • (Ann Reinking) "I'll leave 'em."
  • (Albert Finney) "Absolutely not. I'm a businessman. I love money, I love power, I love capitalism. I do not now and never will love children."

Carol Burnett as Miss Hannigan

  • (Carol Burnett) "My God, is that thing real?"
  • (Carol Burnett) "Don't be so mean, you mean old meanie."
  • (Albert Finney) "Come my dear."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Let's you and me make, why shouldn't we make hey."
  • (Albert Finney) "I've got an appointment at one."
  • (Carol Burnett) "This way. You every been to Bonus Iree?"
  • (Albert Finney) "Where?"
  • (Carol Burnett) "I hunger for the Ar-gen-tine"
  • (Albert Finney) "Argen-teena."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Let's you and me fill up our diaries."
  • (Albert Finney) "What? Stop."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Buy me a ruby."
  • (Albert Finney) "No."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Why shouldn't you be mine?"
  • (Carol Burnett) "Where's Annie?"
  • (Toni Ann Gisondi) "She had to go bathroom."
  • (Carol Burnett) "She had to go, bathroom."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Some women are drippin' with diamonds / Some women are drippin' with pearls / Lucky me, lucky me, look at what I'm drippin' with / Little girls."
  • (Unnamed) "We love you, Ms. Hannigan"
  • (Carol Burnett) "Sure."
  • (Carol Burnett) "What are you just standing around here for? You're supposed to clean the bathroom and the kitchen before lunch, my little pig droppings, and if you skip the corners, there will be no lunch. And we're not having hot mush today --"
  • (Unnamed) "Yay."
  • (Carol Burnett) "We're having cold mush."
  • (Carol Burnett) "It's time for a tumble with the bundle."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Rooster, you reprobate."
  • (Carol Burnett) "I bet you Miss Sticky Fingers here can loan you a lousy five bucks."
  • (Bernadette Peters) "I beg your pardon, I'm sure, but I don't stoop to what you're incineratin'."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Give me back my goods, toots."
  • (Carol Burnett) "What did you say your name was?"
  • (Ann Reinking) "Grace Farrell"
  • (Carol Burnett) "Ah, Grace, aptly name."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Why any kid would want to be an orphan is beyond me."
  • (Carol Burnett) "What do we say, Annie?"
  • (Aileen Quinn) "I love you Miss Hannigan."
  • (Unnamed) "We love you, Miss Hannigan."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Shut up."

Aileen Quinn as Annie

  • (Aileen Quinn) "All right, who's next? Anybody else? Then get lost."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "I guess they're dead. I guess I've known that deep down for a long time."
  • (Albert Finney) "I'm not giving up. Don't you give up."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "I didn't want to be just another orphan, Mr. Warbucks. I wanted to believe I was special."
  • (Albert Finney) "You are special. Never stop believing that."
  • (Annette) "May I take your sweater, miss?"
  • (Aileen Quinn) "Will I get it back?"
  • (Aileen Quinn) "You've given me so much already, Mr. Warbucks."
  • (Albert Finney) "I got the papers signed today, it's official."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "What is?"
  • (Aileen Quinn) "It's so pretty, but --"
  • (Albert Finney) "Let me put it on you."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "No. It's a really swell locket, Mr. Warbucks, but if it's all the same to you, I'll keep my old one."
  • (Albert Finney) "It isn't all the same to me. Your old one's broken, this one's engraved, you didn't even look at it: 'To Annie, with love, from -- Daddy Warbucks."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "Mr. Warbucks, when my folks left me at the orphanage ten years ago, they left a note saying they'd come back to get me as soon as they could, and they kept the other half of this old locket so I'd know them when they came. I'm going to find them someday, Mr. Warbucks. I'm going to have a regular mother and father, like a regular kid. I am. I don't mean to hurt your feelings. You've been nicer to me than anybody in the whole wide world, but I've been dreaming of my folks for as long as I can remember, and I've just got to find them."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "The sun'll come out tomorrow, so you gotta hang on 'til tomorrow. Come what may. Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love ya, Tomorrow. You're only a day away."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "Pepper lies a lot. She probably hasn't been to a movie, either. Actually, I think it's better when you don't know what you're missing."
  • (Albert Finney) "Punjab, buy out the 8:00 show. Let's all go to the movies."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "Who would want to kill Mr. Warbucks?"
  • (Ann Reinking) "The Bolsheviks, dear. He's living proof that the American system really works and the Bolsheviks don't want anyone to know about that."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "The Bolsheviks? Leapin' lizards."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "I love you, Daddy Warbucks."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "Leaping lizards."
  • (Carol Burnett) ""Leaping lizards.""
  • (Aileen Quinn) "Mr. Warbucks will eat your livers."
  • (Tim Curry) "I'll kill ya, ya little brat. I'll kill ya."
  • (Carol Burnett) "He's really gonna kill her."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Rooster. Rooster stop. Rooster, she's a baby."
  • (Aileen Quinn) "Leapin' lizards."

Geoffrey Holder as Punjab

  • (Geoffrey Holder) "Buddha says "A child without courage is like a night without stars.""

Toni Ann Gisondi as Molly

  • (Toni Ann Gisondi) "But they wasn't her real parents, mister, they was bad people."
  • (Albert Finney) "Leapin' lizards."

Tim Curry as Rooster

  • (Tim Curry) "This is Lily St. Regis."
  • (Bernadette Peters) "Named from the hotel."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Room service."
  • (Tim Curry) "Easy Street. Easy Street. Annie is the key."
  • (Carol Burnett) "Yessiree."
  • (Bernadette Peters) "Yessiree."
  • (Tim Curry) "Yessiree."

Rosanne Sorrentino as Pepper

  • (Rosanne Sorrentino) "Blow it out your old wa-zoo."

Lucie Stewart as July

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