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Lucky Number Slevin Quotes

Lucky Number Slevin is a TV show that debuted in 1970 . Lucky Number Slevin stopped airing in 1970.

It features J. Ralph in charge of musical score, and Peter Sova as head of cinematography.

Lucky Number Slevin is recorded in English and originally aired in Germany, Canada, United Kingdom, and United States. Each episode of Lucky Number Slevin is 110 minutes long. Lucky Number Slevin is distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; The Weinstein Company.

The cast includes: Bruce Willis as Mr. Goodkat, Josh Hartnett as Slevin, Ben Kingsley as The Rabbi, Morgan Freeman as The Boss, Lucy Liu as Lindsey, Dorian Missick as Elvis, Mykelti Williamson as Sloe, Sam Jaeger as Nick, Josh Hartnett as Henry, Stanley Tucci as Brikowski, Peter Outerbridge as Dumbrowski, Josh Hartnett as Slevin Kelevra, Michael Rubenfeld as Yitzchok, and Corey Stoll as Saul.

Lucky Number Slevin Quotes

Josh Hartnett as Slevin

  • (Josh Hartnett) "Ok, I'm under the impression that you're under the impression that I owe you 96,000 dollars."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "No, you owe Slim Hopkins 96,000 dollars. You owe Slim, Slim owes me -- You owe me."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "God. This; this smarts. Remember when people used to say that; smarts? Why don't people use that word anymore? I mean, people use the word "pain" way too loosely. There are so many types of pain. I mean, a smart is a sharp, sharp pain. An ache is a dull pain."
  • (Dorian Missick) "Hey man, do you ever shut the f*** up?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Oh yeah, man, I can be real quiet. One time I didn't talk for three days. People kept coming up to me askin' me, 'Slevin, why aren't you saying anything?' I wouldn't even answer them. I just didn't have anything to say, you know? I can be real quiet. Real quiet."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "But I'm not Nick."
  • (Dorian Missick) "Yeah, well, unfortunately for you, you're not the first cat to tell me you wasn't the guy I was looking for."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "You can ask Lindsey. She lives across the hall."
  • (Dorian Missick) "Yo, man, I ain't askin' nobody nothin'. Nick, Slevin, Clark Kent, whatever the f*** your name is. The Virgin Mary herself could com waltzin' up in here with her fine ass, titties hangin' out and everything, and if she tells me your name is Jesus Christ, I STILL gotta take you to see the Boss."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "This isn't the first time this has happened, you know."
  • (Lucy Liu) "You mean this isn't the first time a crime lord asked you to kill the gay son of a rival gangster to pay off a debt that belongs to a friend whose place you're staying in as a result of losing your job, your apartment, and finding your girlfriend in bed with another guy?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "No, this is the first time THAT happened, but Nick has been painting me into corners since we were kids."
  • (Mugger) "Give me your wallet."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Am I being mugged?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "I have ataraxia."
  • (Lucy Liu) "Ataraxia?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "It's a condition characterized by freedom from worry or any other pre-occupation really."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Anything else you want to tell me?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "I suppose I don't need to say anything as trite and cliched as "go to the police and you're a dead man"."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "I think you just did."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "I guess I did."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "You don't wanna kill me, Goodkat."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "How did you find out about us?"
  • (Bruce Willis) "I'm a world-class assassin, f***head. How do you think I found out?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "How do you get to two men that can't be gotten to? You get them to come to you."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "I'm not gay."
  • (Stanley Tucci) "I'm a cop."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Well, I'm not a robber if you catch my drift."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "How do you justify being a rabbi -- and a gangster?"
  • (Ben Kingsley) "I don't. I'm a bad man who doesn't waste time wondering what could've been when I am what could've been and what could not have been. I live on both sides of the fence. My grass is always green. Consider, Mr. Fisher -- there are two men sitting here before you, and one of them you should be very afraid of. Where's my money?"
  • (Slevin's Girlfriend) "This is an accident."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "What, like -- He tripped, you fell?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Listen, I've been hearing that a lot lately --"
  • (Ben Kingsley) "My father used to say: "The first time someone calls you a horse you punch him on the nose, the second time someone calls you a horse you call him a jerk but the third time someone calls you a horse, well then perhaps it's time to go shopping for a saddle.""
  • (Josh Hartnett) "You're not as tall as I thought you'd be."
  • (Lucy Liu) "Well, I'm short for my height."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "That makes sense because I can usually tell how tall someone is by their knock. You have a deceptively tall knock. Congratulations."
  • (Lucy Liu) "So it's a good thing?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "I open the door expecting you to be up here, you're down here. That combined with a low centre of gravity; forget about it."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "I want to go home."
  • (Bruce Willis) "Neither of us is going home for a long time, kid."
  • (Bruce Willis) "My name is Goodkat. You can call me Mr. Goodkat."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Someone's trying to kill you."
  • (Michael Rubenfeld) "Who?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Me."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Bad dog."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "I'm gonna say the same thing any man with two penises says when his tailor asks him if he dresses to the right or left."
  • (Lucy Liu) "What's that?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Yes."

Morgan Freeman as The Boss

  • (Morgan Freeman) "Yitzchok the Fairy."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Why do they call him "the Fairy"?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Because he's a fairy."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "What, he's got wings, he flies, he sprinkles magic dust all over the place?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "He's homosexual."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "That was my son. Notice how I said was?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Yeah."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "That's because he's dead. Murdered. Relegated to the past tense. Sent from an is to a was before he'd had his breakfast."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Bummer."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "I knew you had sense."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Sense is something you have when you have a choice."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Sometimes. Sometimes it's when you know you don't."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "You? You're the triggerman."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Me?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "You."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Aren't there professionals? People you can hire to do this sort of thing?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Of course there are. Yes. But you owe me $96,000. Why should I go out and pay someone else when I've already paid you?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Look at me, look at me smile, your son is dead."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Hey, Slim? Do you know this cat? Slim?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "No use. Ever since somebody shot him, old Slim went deaf."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "What happened to make Slim go deaf?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Why?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Well, because I owe you $96,000, and I might have a slight problem coming up with the money."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Oh, okay. Well, why don't we just make it an even 90?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "I -- may have exaggerated the slightness."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "That's all there is to it."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Is that all there is to it?"
  • (Bruce Willis) "Yup -- That's all there is to it."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Are you familiar with the Shmoo?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Pact was broken. My son was murdered so, the Rabbi's son must suffer the same fate"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Who's son?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "The Rabbi's"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Why do they call him "the Rabbi"?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Because he's a Rabbi"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Who's his son"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Yitzchok -- Yitzchok the fairy"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Why do they call him "the fairy"?"
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Because he's a fairy."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "I hired you to do a job. It wasn't supposed to look like a job. So you take out the Israelis, bomb the damn building and now the job that was not supposed to look like a job is beginning to look very much -- like a job."

Lucy Liu as Lindsey

  • (Lucy Liu) "Ironic."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "I know, I don't even gamble."
  • (Lucy Liu) "No, I mean the mobster having a gay son. That's ironic."
  • (Lucy Liu) "We are dealing with a bona fide case of mistaken identity here."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Yeah."
  • (Lucy Liu) "Things like that aren't supposed to be real. It's like amnesia."
  • (Lucy Liu) "Not withstanding, here you are and Nick's nowhere to be found, so -- I'd say you're f***ed."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "f***ed."
  • (Lucy Liu) "Shouldn't you be a little more worried about all this?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "I have ataraxia."
  • (Lucy Liu) "Ataraxia?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "It's a condition characterized by freedom from worry or any other preoccupation, really."
  • (Lucy Liu) "Thanks for the sugar, sugar."
  • (Lucy Liu) "What happened to your nose?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "I was using it to break some guy's fist."
  • (Lucy Liu) "I'm short for my height."
  • (Lucy Liu) "Hurry back to me."

Bruce Willis as Mr. Goodkat

  • (Bruce Willis) "There was a time."
  • (Sam Jaeger) "4:35."
  • (Bruce Willis) "You misunderstood. I wasn't asking for the time, I was just saying -- there was a time."
  • (Sam Jaeger) "There was a time?"
  • (Bruce Willis) "Mmm-hmm. Take Brown Sugar back there, for example. She's pretty f***in' foxy, right?"
  • (Sam Jaeger) "She's 70."
  • (Bruce Willis) "If she's a day. But there was a time."
  • (Bruce Willis) "I'm gonna kill somebody."
  • (Bruce Willis) "At least that's how it went with old Max, who wasn't so much old as he was tired, tired of being a dog without a day. Tired of waking up and finding his dreams were only dreams, but mostly, Max was tired of not having a front lawn."
  • (Bruce Willis) "Charlie Chaplin once entered a Charlie Chaplin look-alike contest in Monte Carlo and came in third; that's a story."
  • (Bruce Willis) "The reason I'm in town, in case you're wondering, is because of a Kansas City Shuffle."
  • (Sam Jaeger) "What's a Kansas City Shuffle?"
  • (Bruce Willis) "A Kansas City Shuffle is when everybody looks right, you go left."
  • (Sam Jaeger) "Never heard of it."
  • (Bruce Willis) "It's not something people hear about. Falls on deaf ears mostly. This particular one has been over twenty years in the making."
  • (Sam Jaeger) "Twenty years, huh?"
  • (Bruce Willis) "No small matter. Requires a lot of planning. Involves a lot of people. People connected only by the slightest of events. Like whispers in the night, in that place that never forgets, even when those people do. It starts with a horse."

Sam Jaeger as Nick

  • (Sam Jaeger) "f***. s***. Jesus."
  • (Bruce Willis) "'f***, s***, Jesus' is right."
  • (Sam Jaeger) "Slevin, do you know what time it is?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Yeah, I'm at the airport. Are you sure you want me to come out?"
  • (Sam Jaeger) "Yeah, just think -- two weeks in New York and the only Kelly you'll remember is the Kelly who gave you your first hand job on the bus on the way up to summer camp."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Kelly Perkins. She told me that her hands were dry and that she needed --"
  • (Sam Jaeger) "She said that to a lot of guys. That's why we called her Jerkins Perkins. Just call me when you land, all right?"

Peter Outerbridge as Dumbrowski

(We don't have any quotes for this character)

Dorian Missick as Elvis

  • (Dorian Missick) "The Boss wants to see you."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Who?"
  • (Mykelti Williamson) "The Boss."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Who's the Boss?"
  • (Mykelti Williamson) "The guy we work for."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Jesus."
  • (Dorian Missick) "Come here and sit your punk ass down."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "I'm not the guy you're looking for. I don't live here."
  • (Mykelti Williamson) "Yeah, well you look like the guy who lives here."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Then you don't know what the guy who lives here looks like."
  • (Dorian Missick) "What he means to say is that you look like you live here."
  • (Mykelti Williamson) "Yeah, that's what I mean to say."

Ben Kingsley as The Rabbi

  • (Ben Kingsley) "If there's one thing I know, is when someone is lying. A man in my position, that's all he has to go on. To know a lie when he hears it. It's the difference between life and death. Your own. Someone else's. That being said, he wasn't lying."
  • (Ben Kingsley) "Killing you before you killed me would have been --"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Kosher?"
  • (Ben Kingsley) "Acceptable."
  • (Ben Kingsley) "Whatever they're paying you --"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "There is no "they -- " I did this to you. Me."
  • (Ben Kingsley) "You?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Me."
  • (Morgan Freeman) "Who ARE you?"
  • (Ben Kingsley) "You must be Mr. Fisher."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Must I be? Because that hasn't been working out for me lately."
  • (Ben Kingsley) "But I'm afraid you must."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Well if I must."
  • (Ben Kingsley) "You're unlucky and nothing more than a frame of reference for the lucky Mr. Fisher. You're unlucky, so that I may know that I am not. Unfortunately, the lucky never realised they are lucky until its too late. Take yourself for instance, yesterday you were better off than you are today but it took today for you to realise it. But, today has arrived and it's too late. You see?"
  • (Ben Kingsley) "The unlucky are nothing more than a frame of reference for the lucky. You are unlucky, so I may know that I am not. Unfortunately the lucky never realizes they are lucky until it's too late. Take yourself for instance; yesterday you were better off than you are off today but it took today for you to realize it. But today has arrived and it's too late. You see? People are never happy with what they have. They want what they had, or what someone else has."

Corey Stoll as Saul

  • (Corey Stoll) "He's sorry that he hit you."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Do you always speak for him?"
  • (Corey Stoll) "Yes."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "So, he's a mute?"
  • (Corey Stoll) "Not quite."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Well, what then?"
  • (Corey Stoll) "It's personal. You'd have to ask him."
  • (Josh Hartnett) "Hm. How would he tell me?"
  • (Corey Stoll) "He wouldn't."

Stanley Tucci as Brikowski

(We don't have any quotes for this character)

Mykelti Williamson as Sloe

  • (Mykelti Williamson) "You got some id?"
  • (Josh Hartnett) "See, the funny thing about that is I got mugged this morning --"
  • (Mykelti Williamson) "Look, look. Tell it to the one-legged man, so he can bump it off down the road."

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