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Brassed Off Quotes

Brassed Off is a TV show that debuted in 1970 . Brassed Off ended in 1970.

It features Steve Abbott as producer, Trevor Jones (composer) in charge of musical score, and Andy Collins as head of cinematography.

Brassed Off is recorded in English and originally aired in United Kingdom. Each episode of Brassed Off is 107 minutes long. Brassed Off is distributed by Channel Four Films, and Miramax Films.

Brassed Off Quotes

  • (Danny) "She's a bit careless with the crockery, your Sandra."
  • (Phil) "So God was creating man. And his little assistant came up to him and he said: "Hey, we've got all these bodies left, but we're right out of brains, we're right out of hearts and we're right out of vocal chords." And God said: "f*** it. Sew 'em up anyway. Smack smiles on the faces and make them talk out of their arses." And lo, God created the Tory Party."
  • (Shane) "How the hell do you die happy?"
  • (Danny) "Crap. That's what that was. A load of bloody crap."
  • (Ward Sister) "Message from Mr Ormanroyd."
  • (Phil) "He's awake?"
  • (Ward Sister) "Yes. He says your Tenor Horn is too soft."
  • (Andy) "Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, hey ladies?"
  • (Vera) "Aye, but we can do without the drugs and rock 'n' roll."
  • (Phil) "I love the band; we all do; but there's other things in life, you know, that's more important."
  • (Danny) "Not in mine there isn't."
  • (Andy) "Oy, you're f***ing management."
  • (Gloria) "No, that's what you're doing."
  • (Unnamed) "The miners, united, will never be defeated."
  • (Andy) "Poor old biddies. Don't they know they're pissing in the wind, like the rest of us?"
  • (Ernie) "Can they do that, women?"
  • (Andy) "What?"
  • (Ernie) "Piss in the wind."
  • (Jim) "No, Ernie. That's just the point."
  • (Ernie) "No, but on a nice day, you know, when there's no wind about. They can't; you know; get any direction on it."
  • (Jim) "All right, whatever it is that lasses do that's pointless."
  • (Andy) "Bloody hell. So much to choose from."
  • (Phil) "Fart in a force ten?"
  • (Jim) "By god, Phil, you don't half know some funny women."
  • (Harry) "Steady lads. My missus does that."
  • (Harry) "You daft bastards. Women Against Closure? That is when she's not farting in a force ten."
  • (Gloria) "Moving words --"
  • (Andy) "What?"
  • (Gloria) "Back there; Danny."
  • (Andy) "Ah, aye, daft old codger. If it weren't for t'band ah reckon he'd pop his clogs. Listen, I wondered if you fancied some grub?"
  • (Gloria) "Where?"
  • (Andy) "I dunno; go posh if ya want --"
  • (Nurse) "Is this man bothering you?"
  • (Phil) "'Course he is. He's me dad."
  • (Jim) "Must be an awful lot, having that much guilt you got to buy your way out of it."
  • (Gloria) "Jim, I'm not doing it for me. I'm doing it for you -- and Danny."
  • (Danny) "I'll have you know, that girl blows a flugel like a dream."
  • (Vera) "Ohhh, Danny Ormondroyd. At your age."
  • (Danny) "What?"
  • (Mother 2) "This isn't your main job, is it?"
  • (Phil) "I'm a miner."
  • (Mother 2) "A miner?"
  • (Phil) "You remember them, love? Dinosaurs, dodos, miners."
  • (Danny) "ARKWRIGHT TRAVEL; New York, London, Paris & Grimley; But mainly GRIMLEY"
  • (Andy) "I'm not a kid any more, Jim, right?"
  • (Jim) "Oh, aye. Old enough to be a scab then?"
  • (Ernie) "It's all right, Andy. He doesn't mean it."
  • (Andy) "You don't mess around with words like that."
  • (Jim) "Aye, I'm sorry, Andy. I take it back. You're just a stupid f***er."
  • (Andy) "That's more like it."
  • (Phil) "What's He doing? He can take John Lennon. He can take those three young lads down at Ainsley Pit. He's even thinking of taking my old man. And Margaret bloody Thatcher lives. What's He sodding playing at, eh?"
  • (Simmo) "Andy, I don't want a falling out, mate. You're my main source of income."
  • (Andy) "Don't worry, Simmo. I've lost more this week than a bloody trumpet."
  • (Danny) "The truth is, I thought it mattered; I thought that music mattered. But does it bollocks? Not compared to how people matter."
  • (Albert Hall Judge) "Oy, he said he wasn't accepting it."
  • (Ernie) "Don't talk so bloody soft."
  • (Harry) "Blimey, Danny, you've been on 'oliday or wha'?"
  • (Danny) "Howdayamean?"
  • (Harry) "Well, it may've escaped your notice like the pit's under threat."
  • (Danny) "Aye. Wha'sat got'do wi'this?"
  • (Harry) "Oh my. You're right. Not alot."
  • (Shane) "I don't like seein' Dad sad, Mam, but I'd sooner see him sad than not see him at all."
  • (Vera) "Sorry, Sand, you're a bit short, love."
  • (Sandra) "How much?"
  • (Vera) "One fifty? What's it to be?"
  • (Shane) "What about them aeroplane things, mam?"
  • (Sandra) "What?"
  • (Shane) "Them things with wings on."
  • (Simmo) "You had her. Behind the bus station."
  • (Andy) "No, I didn't."
  • (Simmo) "You told us you did."
  • (Andy) "No, it were top half only."
  • (Danny) "All right then, lads and lasses."
  • (Danny) "Land of Hope and bloody Glory, eh?"
  • (Andy) "The only reason I get up in the morning is to see if my luck's changed. And it never bloody has."

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