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The New Centurions Quotes

The New Centurions is a TV program that first aired in 1970 . The New Centurions stopped airing in 1970.

It features Robert Chartoff as producer, Quincy Jones in charge of musical score, and Ralph Woolsey as head of cinematography.

The New Centurions is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of The New Centurions is 103 minutes long. The New Centurions is distributed by Columbia Pictures.

The cast includes: Jane Alexander as Dorothy, and Stacy Keach as Roy.

The New Centurions Quotes

Jane Alexander as Dorothy

  • (Jane Alexander) "Roy, I'm leaving you."
  • (Stacy Keach) "When did you decide this?"
  • (Jane Alexander) "I don't know. It's been coming on a long time, I guess. I guess after Kilvinski retired and you decided to stay on and go on to vice, I guess that's what did it."
  • (Stacy Keach) "Yeah, but Dorothy, I'm, I hate this assignment, I'm not gonna be doing this forever."
  • (Jane Alexander) "It doesn't matter, Roy. It doesn't have anything to do with that. And it has nothing to do with you being a policeman anymore. And it's not because I'm a girl who doesn't like to be alone or because I worry about you. I stopped worrying about you months ago. I learned months ago to go to bed by myself. It's none of those dumb, cliched reasons, Roy."
  • (Stacy Keach) "Then what is it?"
  • (Jane Alexander) "I just don't care anymore."
  • (Stacy Keach) "Why?"
  • (Jane Alexander) "Oh Roy --"
  • (Stacy Keach) "What about Becky?"
  • (Jane Alexander) "What about her?"
  • (Stacy Keach) "I'm her father. You're taking my daughter away from me."
  • (Jane Alexander) "I can't help that."
  • (Stacy Keach) "Hey, Dorothy. You're taking my daughter away from me."
  • (Jane Alexander) "No, you've done that Roy. You risked too much, Roy. Your health, our life, your family. And for what? To keep some psychotic kid from holding up a liquor store? I don't understand that, Roy. I grew up in a house wherre those you love come first. You and Kilvinski, you're two of a kind. Only the sad thing is you could've been something better. Goodbye Roy."
  • (Stacy Keach) "Wait a minute. Before you go, I'd just like to ask you something. In all the time we were together, did you ever say, "Whatever you wanna do, Roy, I'll back you up. I'll see it through, no matter what." You know, when I quit school, you gave me the feeling that I cheated you. It was like I deprived you of something more. That my being a policeman wasn't good enough. Well that's what I am. But you want something more. You don't want me. So go on, fly home to mother. If it brings you comfort, let's leave it that way. I let you down. I'm not letting Becky go. Dorothy, do you hear me? I'm not letting her go."

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