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Lost Highway (film) Quotes

Lost Highway (film) is a television show that first aired in 1970 . Lost Highway ended in 1970.

It features Mary Sweeney as producer, Angelo Badalamenti in charge of musical score, and Peter Deming as head of cinematography.

Lost Highway (film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States, and France. Each episode of Lost Highway (film) is 134 minutes long. Lost Highway (film) is distributed by October Films.

The cast includes: Lou Eppolito as Ed, Patricia Arquette as Renee Madison, Bill Pullman as Fred Madison, Robert Blake as Mystery Man, Robert Loggia as Mr. Eddy, Balthazar Getty as Pete Dayton, Patricia Arquette as Alice Wakefield, Henry Rollins as Guard Henry, John Roselius as Al, Jack Kehler as Guard Johnny Mack, Richard Pryor as Arnie, Natasha Gregson Wagner as Sheila, Michael Massee as Andy, Jack Nance as Phil, and Gary Busey as Bill Dayton.

Lost Highway (film) Quotes

Balthazar Getty as Pete Dayton

  • (Balthazar Getty) "Where did you meet these f***ing people?"
  • (Balthazar Getty) "It excited you?"

Jack Nance as Phil

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Robert Loggia as Mr. Eddy

  • (Robert Loggia) "You and me, mister -- We can really out-ugly them sum'bitches -- Can't we?"
  • (Robert Loggia) "Don't tailgate. Don't you f***ing ever tailgate. Do you know how much space is needed to stop a car traveling at 35 miles per hour? Six car lengths. Six f***in' car lengths. That's a hundred and six f***in' feet, mister. If I had to stop suddenly, you woulda hit me. I want you to get a f***in' driver's manual, and I want you to study that motherf***er. And I want you to obey the the god**** rules of the road. Fifty-f***in' thousand people were killed on the highways last year 'cause of f***in' assholes like you. Tell me you're gonna get a manual."
  • (Robert Loggia) "How you doin' Pete?"
  • (Balthazar Getty) "Okay."
  • (Robert Loggia) "I'm sure you noticed that girl that was with me the other day, good lookin' blonde? She stayed in the car? Her name is Alice. I swear I love that girl to death. If I ever find out that somebody was making out with her, I'd take this --"
  • (Robert Loggia) "-- and shove it so far up his ass it would come out of his mouth. Then you know what I'd do?"
  • (Balthazar Getty) "What?"
  • (Robert Loggia) "I'd blow his f***in' brains out."
  • (Robert Loggia) "Hey, you're looking good. What you been up to?"
  • (Robert Loggia) "What do you guys want?"
  • (Robert Blake) "Now you can hand it back."
  • (Robert Loggia) "You and me, mister -- we can really out-ugly them sonafabitches. Can't we?"

Natasha Gregson Wagner as Sheila

  • (Natasha Gregson Wagner) "What do you want?"
  • (Balthazar Getty) "Wanna go for a drive?"
  • (Natasha Gregson Wagner) "I don't know."
  • (Balthazar Getty) "Get in, baby."

Gary Busey as Bill Dayton

  • (Gary Busey) "The police called us today."
  • (Balthazar Getty) "What'd they want?"
  • (Gary Busey) "They wanted to know if we had a chance to find out what happened to you the other night. And they wanted to know if you remembered anything."
  • (Balthazar Getty) "But -- I don't remember anything. What'd you tell them?"
  • (Gary Busey) "We're not going to say anything about that night to the police."
  • (Candace Dayton) "We saw you that night, Pete."
  • (Gary Busey) "You came home with your friend, Sheila."
  • (Balthazar Getty) "Sheila?"
  • (Gary Busey) "Uh-huh. There was a man with you two."
  • (Balthazar Getty) "What is this? Why didn't you tell me anything? Who was the man?"
  • (Gary Busey) "I've never seen him before in my life."
  • (Balthazar Getty) "What happened to me? Please Dad, if you know, tell me."

Robert Blake as Mystery Man

  • (Robert Blake) "Call Me. Dial your number. Go ahead."
  • (Robert Blake) "I told you I was here."
  • (Bill Pullman) "How'd you do that?"
  • (Robert Blake) "Ask me."
  • (Bill Pullman) "How did you get inside my house?"
  • (Robert Blake) "You invited me. It is not my custom to go where I am not wanted."
  • (Bill Pullman) "Who are you?"
  • (Robert Blake) "Give me back my phone."
  • (Robert Blake) "It's been a pleasure talking to you."
  • (Robert Blake) "We've met before, haven't we."
  • (Bill Pullman) "I don't think so. Where was it you think we met?"
  • (Robert Blake) "At your house. Don't you remember?"
  • (Bill Pullman) "No. No, I don't. Are you sure?"
  • (Robert Blake) "Of course. As a matter of fact, I'm there right now."
  • (Bill Pullman) "What do you mean? You're where right now?"
  • (Robert Blake) "At your house."
  • (Bill Pullman) "That's f***ing crazy, man."
  • (Robert Blake) "Call me. Dial your number. Go ahead."

Lou Eppolito as Ed

  • (Lou Eppolito) "f***er gets more p***** than a toilet seat."
  • (Lou Eppolito) "You're a musician?"
  • (Bill Pullman) "Yeah."
  • (John Roselius) "What's your axe?"
  • (Bill Pullman) "Tenor. Tenor saxophone. Do you --"
  • (John Roselius) "Tone deaf."
  • (Lou Eppolito) "Do you own a video camera?"
  • (Patricia Arquette) "No. Fred hates them."
  • (Bill Pullman) "I like to remember things my own way."
  • (Lou Eppolito) "What do you mean by that?"
  • (Bill Pullman) "How I remembered them. Not necessarily the way they happened."

Bill Pullman as Fred Madison

  • (Bill Pullman) "Dick Laurent is dead --"
  • (Bill Pullman) "What are you going to do?"
  • (Patricia Arquette) "Stay home. Read."
  • (Bill Pullman) "Read? Read what?"
  • (Bill Pullman) "Where's Alice?"
  • (Robert Blake) "Alice who? Her name is Renee. If she's told you her name is Alice, she's lying."
  • (Robert Blake) "And your name? What the f*** is your name?"
  • (Bill Pullman) "How did you meet that asshole Andy, anyway?"
  • (Patricia Arquette) "It was a long time ago. I met him at this place called Moke's. We -- became friends. He told me about a job --"
  • (Bill Pullman) "What job?"
  • (Patricia Arquette) "Ah -- I don't remember. Anyway, Andy's okay."
  • (Bill Pullman) "Yeah well, he's got some f***ed-up friends."
  • (Bill Pullman) "I had a dream about you last night."
  • (Patricia Arquette) "Yeah? What was it about?"
  • (Bill Pullman) "You were in the house, calling my name, but I couldn't find you. Then there you were, lying in bed -- but it wasn't you. It looked like you, but it wasn't."
  • (Bill Pullman) "Who the hell owns that dog?"

Henry Rollins as Guard Henry

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Patricia Arquette as Alice Wakefield

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Jack Kehler as Guard Johnny Mack

  • (Jack Kehler) "Captain Luneau?"
  • (Captain Luneau) "Yeah, Mack?"
  • (Jack Kehler) "Captain, this is some spooky s*** we got here."

John Roselius as Al

  • (John Roselius) "Do you know what I think?"
  • (Lou Eppolito) "What is it? What is it that you think?"
  • (John Roselius) "There is no such thing as a bad coincidence."

Richard Pryor as Arnie

  • (Richard Pryor) "There's nine people down here, and you can ask seven of them. If you can get that price from one of them, I'll let you ask the other two."

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