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The Enforcer (1976 film) Quotes

The Enforcer (1976 film) is a TV program that debuted in 1970 . The Enforcer ended its run in 1970.

It features Robert Daley (filmmaker) as producer, Jerry Fielding in charge of musical score, and Charles W. Short as head of cinematography.

The Enforcer (1976 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of The Enforcer (1976 film) is 96 minutes long. The Enforcer (1976 film) is distributed by Warner Bros..

The cast includes: Clint Eastwood as Harry Callahan, Bradford Dillman as Capt McKay, Albert Popwell as Mustapha, M. G. Kelly as Father John, Tyne Daly as Kate Moore, John Crawford as The Mayor, Harry Guardino as Lt. Al Bressler, Albert Popwell as 'Big Ed' Mustapha, John Mitchum as Frank DiGiorgio, Robert Hoy as Buchinski, DeVeren Bookwalter as Bobby Maxwell, Michael Cavanaugh as Lalo, Samantha Doane as Wanda, and Dick Durock as Karl.

The Enforcer (1976 film) Quotes

Clint Eastwood as Harry Callahan

  • (Clint Eastwood) "If you're talking about the Mustapha bust, nobody smashed anything. In fact, I made a deal with Mustapha; he was gonna help me find out who the people were."
  • (John Crawford) "What's he talking about?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Doesn't it bother anyone that no weapons were found?"
  • (Bradford Dillman) "We'll find them."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Meanwhile, the people are still out there and they're going to blow the HELL out of half this city. And meanwhile, you're telling everybody how great we are."
  • (Bradford Dillman) "All right, Callahan, button your lip, that's an order."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Captain, if you want to jerk all these people off, you can, but don't do it with me."
  • (Bradford Dillman) "That's it, Callahan. You just got yourself a 60-day suspension."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Make it 90."
  • (Bradford Dillman) "180. Give me your star."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Here's a 7-point suppository, Captain."
  • (Bradford Dillman) "WHAT did you say?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "I said STICK IT IN YOUR ASS."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Is that a confessional over there?"
  • (M. G. Kelly) "You wanna make a confession?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "You first."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "I want Maxwell."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "I'll tell you what you are to me, little man. You're just a maggot who sells dirty pictures."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Wanda, where is she?"
  • (Robert Hoy) "Go to hell."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "One more time. Wanda."
  • (Robert Hoy) "All right, all right. She quit a couple of weeks ago, that's all I know."
  • (Robert Hoy) "She got religion."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "What do you mean?"
  • (Robert Hoy) "She been hangin' around that little church down on Garvey."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "What about that punk?"
  • (Harry Guardino) "You mean the suspect?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Suspect my ass."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "A 357 magnum is a good weapon, but I've seen 38's bounce off of windshieds. No good in a city like this."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Tell me, ever been to one of these before?"
  • (Tyne Daly) "No."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "In that case, I'd like to suggest that you sit out here."
  • (Tyne Daly) "Please don't concern yourself, Inspector."
  • (Massage Girl) "Hi, there."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "You're not Wanda."
  • (Massage Girl) "Well, these are the breaks. Needs air. Can't hump a limp dummy, I always say."
  • (Massage Girl) "Uh, speaking of limp dummies, don't you think you better strip?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Where's Wanda?"
  • (Massage Girl) "Beats the hell out of me, Tom."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Now, I'm going to ask you just one last time, where's Wanda?"
  • (Massage Girl) "I don't know, man, I don't know. She left here a couple of weeks ago. Ask Buchinski, he runs the whole damn street."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Where do I find this Buchinski?"
  • (Massage Girl) "Down the hall, to the right."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Look -- I'm coming down there in five minutes and you better have those files open, you pencil-pushing son of a bitch."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "May I make a statement, McKay?"
  • (Bradford Dillman) "Go ahead."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Your mouthwash ain't makin' it."
  • (Lt. Dobbs) "Are you finished with the questioning, Callahan?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Hypothetical situation, huh? All right, I'm standing on the street corner, and Mrs. Grey there comes up and propositions me. She says if I come home with her, for $5 she'll put on an exhibition with a Shetland pony --"
  • (Mrs. Grey) "If this is your idea of humor, Inspector --"
  • (Lt. Dobbs) "All right, what are you trying to do here, Callahan?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "I'm just trying to find out if anybody in this room knows what the hell law is being broken, besides cruelty to animals."
  • (Tyne Daly) "That's a conspiracy under title 7, Section 182, Paragraph 1 of the California Penal Code. A conspiracy to commit a misdemeanor is in fact a felony, and according to People vs That's a conspiracy under title 7, Section 182, Paragraph 1 of the California Penal Code. A conspiracy to commit a misdemeanor is in fact a felony, and according to People vs Basso --"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "For $75, you get to make it with a rubber dolly."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Personnel? That's for assholes."
  • (Bradford Dillman) "I was in Personnel for ten years."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Yeah."
  • (Unnamed) "Well, we were lucky this time."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Getting so a fellow can't even go to the can in peace."

Tyne Daly as Kate Moore

  • (Tyne Daly) "You laugh at me, you bastard, and I'll shoot you where you stand."
  • (Tyne Daly) "OK, I give up -- what's this?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "This is the Fillmore chapter of the VFW -- Very Few Whites."
  • (Tyne Daly) "That's a conspiracy under title 7, Section 182, Paragraph 1 of the California Penal Code. A conspiracy to commit a misdemeanor is in fact a felony, and according to People vs Basso --"

Albert Popwell as 'Big Ed' Mustapha

  • (Albert Popwell) "Bobby Maxwell. He's the main man."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "You know him?"
  • (Albert Popwell) "Stone waste of white."
  • (Albert Popwell) "Callahan, you're on the wrong side."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "How do you figure that?"
  • (Albert Popwell) "You go out and put your ass on the line for a bunch of dudes who'd no sooner let you in the front door than they would me."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "I'm not doin' it for them."
  • (Albert Popwell) "Who then?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "You wouldn't believe me if I told you."
  • (Albert Popwell) "Why should I help you?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Because if you don't, I've talked to Robbery. They might be interested in these elaborate furnishings you have."
  • (Albert Popwell) "What are you talking about?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Room 401, Fairmount."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Rest easy at the Holiday Inn."
  • (Albert Popwell) "Why don't you just come into my office here."
  • (Albert Popwell) "Uh, just you."
  • (Abdul) "Don't worry, pig, we'll see she don't get lonesome."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Well, that's mighty white of you."
  • (Tyne Daly) "Now gentlemen, before anybody does anything uncalled for, I'd like to take this opportunity to point out to you that I am a police officer, and if you touch me with intent to do bodily harm --"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Having fun, Inspector? If you're through socializing, we do have work to do."
  • (Tyne Daly) "Son of a bitch."
  • (Tyne Daly) "Look, Inspector, if you have some sort of objection to the way I handled myself, I wish you'd just say so -- I thought I was doing all right."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Marvelous."

John Mitchum as Frank DiGiorgio

  • (John Mitchum) "Harry, listen, the punk who cut me. I've seen him before."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Where?"
  • (John Mitchum) "-- I just can't make the name."
  • (Harry Guardino) "Well, where do you know him from, Frank?"
  • (John Mitchum) "That homicide, remember, Harry? The old hooker, Filmore district. The summer of '71?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Yeah, well, what about it?"
  • (John Mitchum) "He was one of the pimps we questioned. We liked him for it, Harry, we liked him real good."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "As I recall, we liked everybody north of Market Street on that one."
  • (John Mitchum) "He had one of those cutesy-pie, little boy names: Charlie, or something -- or Bobby --"
  • (Harry Guardino) "I'll check Records, they should have your notes."
  • (John Mitchum) "Ten-to-one they blow it."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Not this time, Frank."
  • (John Mitchum) "Hey, what's with the citizen?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Police officer, what's the problem?"
  • (Unnamed) "Oh, thank God. He's inside."
  • (Unnamed) "Come on, it's a heart attack."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Wait here."
  • (Unnamed) "Make some room, please. Please move aside. Please, move aside, this is an emergency."
  • (Unnamed) "Excuse us, please. Would you please move over. Would you please give us room."
  • (Unnamed) "He's a police officer."
  • (Unnamed) "Police? But where's the ambulance?"
  • (Unnamed) "This poor man's had a heart attack. I think he's still breathing, though."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Come on, get up. Get up. Get up. Come on."
  • (Unnamed) "What are you doing?"
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Come on, get up, get up, get up. Come on."
  • (Unnamed) "I say."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Party's over."
  • (Freddie the Fainter) "Thanks a lot, Harry."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "What are you squawking about? You got the free meal, didn't you?"
  • (Freddie the Fainter) "Yeah, but I always enjoy that ride in the ambulance."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "Get out of here."

Bradford Dillman as Capt McKay

  • (Bradford Dillman) "I said I wanted the hoods run out of town but I never said to use violence."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "What did you want me to do, yell trick-or-treat at 'em?"

John Crawford as The Mayor

  • (John Crawford) "Who the hell are you? What do you want?"
  • (DeVeren Bookwalter) "You."
  • (John Crawford) "Get away from me, you son of a bitch. I'm not going anywhere with you."
  • (DeVeren Bookwalter) "The hell you aren't."

M. G. Kelly as Father John

  • (M. G. Kelly) "These people are at war."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "So are we."

Samantha Doane as Wanda

  • (Samantha Doane) "Alright now remember. This is for the people."
  • (Michael Cavanaugh) "Spare me."

Harry Guardino as Lt. Al Bressler

  • (Harry Guardino) "No. We play as a team."
  • (Clint Eastwood) "As I remember, the last time we played as a team I got the cue stuck in my ass."

Michael Cavanaugh as Lalo

  • (Michael Cavanaugh) "Miki. Miki. Oh, baby, it's all right, I'll get you out. I'll get you home. Bobby, hey, Bobby, help me. Help me get her up."
  • (DeVeren Bookwalter) "Come on, man, you're just going to screw around and get us caught."
  • (Michael Cavanaugh) "No, she's all right, we're gonna make it."
  • (DeVeren Bookwalter) "Forget it, she's dead."
  • (Michael Cavanaugh) "She's not dead."
  • (DeVeren Bookwalter) "The hell she isn't."
  • (DeVeren Bookwalter) "Come on, it's over."
  • (Michael Cavanaugh) "Bobby."

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