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Blind Date (1987 film) Quotes

Blind Date (1987 film) is a TV show that debuted in 1970 . Blind Date ended its run in 1970.

It features Tony Adams (producer) as producer, Henry Mancini in charge of musical score, and Harry Stradling Jr. as head of cinematography.

Blind Date (1987 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Blind Date (1987 film) is 95 minutes long. Blind Date (1987 film) is distributed by TriStar Pictures.

The cast includes: Kim Basinger as Nadia Gates, John Larroquette as David Bedford, Bruce Willis as Walter Davis, Phil Hartman as Ted Davis, William Daniels as Judge Harold Bedford, and George Coe as Harry Gruen.

Blind Date (1987 film) Quotes

Kim Basinger as Nadia Gates

  • (Kim Basinger) "Walter if you will just drop me off at a hotel --"
  • (Bruce Willis) "What? and bring an end to this glorious evening?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "Oh. This looks Japanese. "Master and Concubines"?"
  • (Bruce Willis) "It's Yakamoto."
  • (Kim Basinger) "What is?"
  • (Bruce Willis) "No, no, the reason for this big business dinner tonight is this Japanese industrialist new client of ours. He's old world Japanese and he's got a wife that's more like a slave and he keeps concubines."
  • (Kim Basinger) "You gotta be kidding me."
  • (Bruce Willis) "No, no, his wife knows all about it. It's "traditional" or something."
  • (Kim Basinger) "Tell me something, Walter: Are you into those kind of "traditions"?"
  • (Bruce Willis) "No, I'm actually a one-concubine kind of guy."
  • (Kim Basinger) "You mean we have to have sex? All right, but no kissing."
  • (Kim Basinger) "Oh Walter your beautiful car. Oh look on the bright side, what else can happen?"
  • (Kim Basinger) "I just have this chemical imbalance almost like an allergy to alcohol. It just makes me crazy."
  • (Kim Basinger) "I don't like you. I certainly do not love you. Do we have to have sex?"
  • (John Larroquette) "Oh yes --"
  • (Kim Basinger) "Okay but no kissing."

George Coe as Harry Gruen

  • (George Coe) "Do I have to say the words, Walter?"
  • (Bruce Willis) "I am fired?"
  • (George Coe) "I only wish this was the army. So that I could have you shot -- Twice."

John Larroquette as David Bedford

  • (John Larroquette) "I swear on my mother's grave."
  • (William Daniels) "Your mother is playing the back 9 at Bellaire."
  • (John Larroquette) "I was speaking in the future tense."

Bruce Willis as Walter Davis

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Phil Hartman as Ted Davis

  • (Phil Hartman) "-- but don't get her drunk. If you get her drunk,"
  • (Phil Hartman) "she loses control."
  • (Bruce Willis) "Ted, are we talking a loss of inhibitions here, or does she pee on the floor?"

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