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The Mackintosh Man Quotes

The Mackintosh Man is a TV show that was first aired in 1970 . The Mackintosh Man completed its run in 1970.

It features John Foreman (producer) as producer, Maurice Jarre in charge of musical score, and Oswald Morris as head of cinematography.

The Mackintosh Man is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of The Mackintosh Man is 98 min long. The Mackintosh Man is distributed by Warner Bros. (US).

The cast includes: Donald Webster as Jervis, Paul Newman as Joseph Rearden, John Bindon as Buster, Jenny Runacre as Gerda, Ian Bannen as Slade, Dominique Sanda as Mrs. Smith, and James Mason as Sir George Wheeler.

The Mackintosh Man Quotes

John Bindon as Buster

  • (John Bindon) "Here you are."
  • (John Bindon) "Take it. I've only got syph."
  • (Paul Newman) "What're you in for?"
  • (John Bindon) "Mopery."
  • (John Bindon) "Exposing yourself to a blind woman."

Dominique Sanda as Mrs. Smith

  • (Dominique Sanda) "There is a letter. He always writes one. It's to be given to the Prime Minister in case of his death."
  • (Paul Newman) "Well, who's got it?"
  • (Dominique Sanda) "His solicitor."
  • (Paul Newman) "Well, get it. Tell him it's an emergency."
  • (Dominique Sanda) "An act of Parliament couldn't open that envelope before he dies."
  • (Paul Newman) "Fly to London. Smother Mackintosh with his pillow."
  • (Dominique Sanda) "No, I wouldn't do that. He's my father."

Donald Webster as Jervis

  • (Donald Webster) "How'd you scrape your knuckles?"
  • (Paul Newman) "Shadowboxing a lamppost."
  • (Paul Newman) "I got a little pissed last night."

Jenny Runacre as Gerda

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

James Mason as Sir George Wheeler

  • (James Mason) "Even the best of politicians have to compromise sometimes."
  • (James Mason) "I like to study the workings of the criminal mind at close quarters whenever I have the opportunity, so please speak out."
  • (James Mason) "Our deaths would mean little or nothing to anyone, anywhere; only to ourselves."

Ian Bannen as Slade

  • (Ian Bannen) "I'm going home."
  • (Ian Bannen) "'Sleep after toil, port after stormy seas, ease after war, death after life does greatly please.'"
  • (Paul Newman) "I don't know about you, Slade; I'm not ready for death. The rest I'll drink to."

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