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Catch Me If You Can Quotes

Catch Me If You Can is a television show that was first aired in 1970 . Catch Me If You Can ended in 1970.

It features Steven Spielberg, and Walter F. Parkes as producer, John Williams in charge of musical score, and Janusz Kamiński as head of cinematography.

Catch Me If You Can is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Catch Me If You Can is 141 minutes long. Catch Me If You Can is distributed by DreamWorks.

The cast includes: Christopher Walken as Frank Abagnale Sr., Tom Hanks as Carl Hanratty, Christopher Walken as Frank Abagnale, Jr., Christopher Walken as Frank Abagnale Jr., Martin Sheen as Roger Strong, Nancy Lenehan as Carol Strong, Nathalie Baye as Paula Abagnale, Amy Adams as Brenda Strong, and Tom Hanks as Carl.

Catch Me If You Can Quotes

Christopher Walken as Frank Abagnale, Jr.

  • (Christopher Walken) "Your honor, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, this is irrefutable evidence that the defendant is, in fact, lying."
  • (Judge) "Mr. Conners, this is a preliminary hearing. There is no -- defendant. There is no -- jury. It's just me. Son -- what in the HELL is wrong with you?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "Carl? Carl. Merry Christmas. How is it we're always talking on Christmas, Carl? Every Christmas, I'm talking to you."
  • (Tom Hanks) "Put your shirt on, Frank. You're under arrest."
  • (Christopher Walken) "She's so stubborn, your mother. Don't worry, I won't let her go without a fight. I've been fighting for her since the day we met."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Dad, out of all those men; you were the one who took her home, remember that."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Two-hundred men sitting in that tiny social hall watching her dance. What was the name of that town?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "Montrichard, Dad."
  • (Christopher Walken) "I didn't speak a word of French, six weeks later she was my wife."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Stop chasing me."
  • (Tom Hanks) "I can't stop, it's my job."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Brenda, I don't want to lie to you anymore. All right? I'm not a doctor. I never went to medical school. I'm not a lawyer, or a Harvard graduate, or a Lutheran. Brenda, I ran away from home a year and a half ago when I was 16."
  • (Amy Adams) "Frank? Frank? You're not a Lutheran?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "You know why the Yankees always win, Frank?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "'Cause they have Mickey Mantle?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "No, it's 'cause the other teams can't stop staring at those damn pinstripes."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Hey -- You should fold it."
  • (Joanna) "What?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "That note. It's a fake, right? You should fold it."
  • (Joanna) "It's -- It's a note from my mom. I have a doctor's appointment."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Yeah, but there's no crease in the paper. When your mom hands you a note to miss school, the first thing you do is, you fold it and you put it in your pocket. I mean, if it's real, where's the crease?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "Dr. Harris, do you concur?"
  • (Doctor Harris) "Yes?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "Do you concur?"
  • (Doctor Harris) "Concur with what, sir?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "Ah, people only know what you tell them, Carl."
  • (Christopher Walken) "The truth is I'm not a doctor or a lawyer. I'm not an airline pilot. I'm nothing really. I'm just a kid in love with your daughter."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Dear Dad, you always told me that an honest man has nothing to fear, so I'm trying my best not to be afraid."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Do you know what would happen if the IRS found out I was driving around in a new coupe? I took the train here, Frank. I'm taking the train home."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Hello, p*****."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Where's your mother?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "I don't know. She said something about going to look for a job."
  • (Christopher Walken) "What's she gonna be, a shoe salesman at a centipede farm?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "Carl, how long do I have to work here?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "7:15 in the morning, 4:00 in the afternoon, 45 minutes for lunch."
  • (Christopher Walken) "I mean, how long?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "Every day. Every day, Frank, until we let you go."

Tom Hanks as Carl

  • (Tom Hanks) "Well, would you like to hear me tell a joke?"
  • (Earl Amdursky) "Yeah. Yeah, we'd love to hear a joke from you."
  • (Tom Hanks) "Knock knock."
  • (Earl Amdursky) "Who's there?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "Go f*** yourselves."
  • (Tom Hanks) "There's impressions on every line -- looks like the original amount was for $60 --"
  • (Christopher Walken) "Mind if I take a look?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "Cashed in Flagstaff a week ago. Cost the bank $16,000."
  • (Christopher Walken) "It's a real check."
  • (Tom Hanks) "Yeah. Yeah, it's been washed. The only thing original is the signature."
  • (Christopher Walken) "But it's perfect, Carl. I mean, this isn't hydrochloride or bleach."
  • (Tom Hanks) "No. Something new. Maybe a nail polish remover where the acetone removes the ink that's not been printed?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "How did you do it, Frank? How did you cheat on the bar exam in Louisiana?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "I didn't cheat. I studied for two weeks and I passed."
  • (Tom Hanks) "Is that the truth, Frank? Is that the truth?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "I'll bet this guy steals checks out of mailboxes. He washes off their names and he puts on his own."
  • (Tom Hanks) "You're saying he's a local?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "Well, if it were me, you know, I'd call the bank first -- check out the balance --"
  • (Tom Hanks) "Make sure there's enough money in there to make it worth your while --"
  • (Christopher Walken) "You know, Carl, I think this guy's pretty smart."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Now, all we have to do is catch him."
  • (Kid) "More coffee, sir?"
  • (Kid) "Are you a collector?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "Of what?"
  • (Kid) "Captives of the Cosmic Ray, The Big Freeze, Land of the Golden Giants. I've got em all."
  • (Tom Hanks) "What are you talking about?"
  • (Kid) "Barry Allen. The Flash."
  • (Tom Hanks) "Wait, kid, kid, kid. You mean like the comic book?"
  • (Kid) "Yeah, the comic book. When he's not The Flash. That's his name, Barry Allen."
  • (Tom Hanks) "Thank you."
  • (Tom Hanks) "Now get this: he reads comic books. Comic books. Barry Allen is The Flash."
  • (Tom Fox) "Carl, slow down, slow down. I don't know what the hell you're talking about."
  • (Tom Hanks) "He's a kid. Our unsub is a kid. That's why we couldn't match his prints. That's why he doesn't have a record. Now, I want you to contact the NYPD for every all-points juvenile runaways in New York City. And don't forget the airports. He's been kiting checks all over the country."
  • (Tom Fox) "But why New York?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "The Yankees. He said something about the Yankees."
  • (Tom Hanks) "I'll tell you what I am sure of: you're gonna get caught. One way or another. It's a mathematical fact. It's like Vegas: the house always wins."
  • (Christopher Walken) "-- Well, Carl, I'm sorry, but I-I have to go."
  • (Tom Hanks) "You didn't call just to apologize, did you?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "What do you mean?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "You have no one else to call."
  • (Tom Hanks) "I love my job."
  • (Tom Hanks) "How'd you do it, Frank? How did you cheat on the bar exam in Louisiana?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "How'd you do it, Frank? How'd you pass the bar in Louisiana?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "What are you doing here?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "Listen --"
  • (Christopher Walken) "I'm sorry I put you through all this."
  • (Tom Hanks) "You go back to Europe, you're gonna die in Perpignan Prison. You try to run here in the States, we'll send you back to Atlanta for 50 years."
  • (Christopher Walken) "I know that."
  • (Tom Hanks) "I spent four years trying to arrange your release. Had to convince my bosses at the FBI and the Attorney General of the United States you wouldn't run."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Why'd you do it?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "You're just a kid."
  • (Christopher Walken) "I'm not your kid. You said you were going to Chicago."
  • (Tom Hanks) "My daughter can't see me this weekend. She's going skiing."
  • (Christopher Walken) "You said she was four years old. You're lying."
  • (Tom Hanks) "She was four when I left. Now she's 15. My wife's been remarried for 11 years. I see Grace every now and again."
  • (Christopher Walken) "I don't understand."
  • (Tom Hanks) "Sure you do. Sometimes, it's easier living the lie."
  • (Tom Hanks) "I'm going to let you fly tonight, Frank. I'm not even going to try to stop you. That's because I know you'll be back on Monday."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Yeah? How do you know I'll come back?"
  • (Tom Hanks) "Frank, look. Nobody's chasing you."
  • (Tom Hanks) "Tell me this, Barry Allen, Secret Service. How did you know I wouldn't look in your wallet?"
  • (Christopher Walken) "The same reason the Yankees always win. Nobody can keep their eyes off the pinstripes."
  • (Tom Hanks) "The Yankees win because they have Mickey Mantle."

Martin Sheen as Roger Strong

  • (Martin Sheen) "Frank, would you like to say grace?"
  • (Martin Sheen) "Unless you're not comfortable."
  • (Christopher Walken) "Absolutely. Two little mice fell into a bucket of cream. The first mouse quickly gave up and drowned, but the second mouse, he struggled so hard that he eventually churned that cream into butter and he walked out. Amen."
  • (Nancy Lenehan) "Oh, that was beautiful. The mouse, he churned that cream into butter."

Nathalie Baye as Paula Abagnale

  • (Principal Evans) "Mr. and Mrs. Abagnale, this is not a question of your son's attendance. I regret to inform you that, for the past week, Frank has been teaching Mrs. Glasser's French class."
  • (Nathalie Baye) "He what?"
  • (Principal Evans) "Your son has been pretending to be a substitute teacher, lecturing the students, uh, giving out homework, uh. Mrs. Glasser has been ill, there was some confusion with the real sub. Your son held a teacher-parent conference yesterday and was planning a class field trip to a French bread factory in Trenton."
  • (Nathalie Baye) "Just tell me how much he owes and I'll pay you back."
  • (Tom Hanks) "So far, it's about 1.3 million dollars."

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