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Thief (film) Quotes

Thief (film) is a television show that appeared on TV in 1970 . Thief ended its run in 1970.

It features Jerry Bruckheimer, and Ronnie Caan as producer, Tangerine Dream in charge of musical score, and Donald Thorin as head of cinematography.

Thief (film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Thief (film) is 122 minutes long. Thief (film) is distributed by United Artists.

The cast includes: Willie Nelson as Okla, James Caan as Frank, Robert Prosky as Leo, Hal Frank as Joe Gags, Hal Frank as Gags, Tuesday Weld as Jessie, W.R. Bill Brown as Mitch, Tom Signorelli as Attaglia, John Santucci as Urrizi, and James Belushi as Barry.

Thief (film) Quotes

Robert Prosky as Leo

  • (Robert Prosky) "Plus, I've got a major score for you in Palm Springs in six weeks."

James Caan as Frank

  • (James Caan) "Look, in what I do there are sometimes pressures. What the hell do you think that I do? Come on. Come on, every morning I walk in for five months, say hi; what the hell do you think that I do?"
  • (Tuesday Weld) "You sell little f***ing cars, that's what you do."
  • (James Caan) "I wear $150 slacks, I wear silk shirts, I wear $800 suits, I wear a gold watch, I wear a perfect, D-flawless three carat ring. I change cars like other guys change their f***ing shoes. I'm a thief. I've been in prison, all right?"
  • (Tuesday Weld) "So what, I don't care."
  • (James Caan) "So what?"
  • (Tuesday Weld) "Don't tell me."
  • (James Caan) "So what? I never even told my wife that --"
  • (Tuesday Weld) "I don't care."
  • (James Caan) "Who is now gone. Did I ever come on to you?"
  • (Tuesday Weld) "No."
  • (James Caan) "Well you see."
  • (Tuesday Weld) "See? See what?"
  • (James Caan) "See, I; I am a straight arrow. I am a true blue kind of a guy. I've been cool. I am now unmarried. So let's cut the mini-moves and the bulls***, and get on with this big romance."
  • (Tuesday Weld) "-- What? I don't believe it. Do you think that I've been waiting for you to come along? What is this s***."
  • (James Caan) "You think I'm kidding, I can tell. This is strictly on the up and up."
  • (Tuesday Weld) "Jesus Christ."
  • (James Caan) "Did it ever occur to you, to try to work for a living? Take down your own scores?"
  • (Unnamed) "OK, f*** this guy."
  • (John Santucci) "I'll tell you something, I'm gonna be on your ass so much, you're gonna get careless. And on that day I'm gonna be in that place."
  • (James Caan) "And that, is the last place that you wanna be. 'Cause no matter what happens, I will never, ever take a pinch from a greasy motherf***er like you."
  • (James Caan) "I got some A-B-C type information for you, lady. I was state-raised, and this is a dead place. A child in eight-by-four green walls, after awhile you tell the walls 'my life is yours.' What, didja grow up in the suburbs?"
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "Yes."
  • (James Caan) "Right. Right."
  • (James Caan) "You talking to me or somebody else walk in this room?"
  • (James Caan) "I have run out of time. I have lost it all. So I can't work fast enough to catch up. I can't run fast enough to catch up. And the only thing that catches me up is doing my magic act."
  • (James Caan) "He down our merch? Is it gone? Does he carry the cash on him, what?"
  • (James Belushi) "I'm talking to somebody's somebody. I will know in about 25 minutes."
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "I see on your application here; by the way, you misspelled mail, it's M-A-L-E, the other's what we put in post boxes; I see you put under employer: 1959 to 1976, Joliet State Penitentiary."
  • (James Caan) "Yes."
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "You worked for the state, I take it?"
  • (James Caan) "After a fashion."
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "And what did you do at the prison?"
  • (James Caan) "Desks. I, uh, I spot-welded desks, and then I got promoted to shoes."
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "You were in charge of the shop?"
  • (James Caan) "Lady, I was a convict, I was doing time."
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "You were what?"
  • (Tuesday Weld) "Frank, let's go."
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "Umm, you have to understand, we have more applicants than children --"
  • (James Caan) "Then why do you still have kids here? As a kid I would not be falling all over myself to stay in one of these places. We will relieve you of some of the burden."
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "But the point is, we establish criteria for parenting, and an ex-convict compared to other desirables --"
  • (James Caan) "Great, so we'll take a kid that's not so desirable. You got a black kid? We'll take a black kid. You got a chink kid?"
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "You don't seem to understand --"
  • (James Caan) "Nobody likes older kids. You got an eight-year old black chink kid, we'll take him."
  • (Tuesday Weld) "Frank --"
  • (James Caan) "Wait."
  • (James Caan) "If it's a matter of, uh, y'know, here."
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "What is that?"
  • (James Caan) "What is that? That is D-flawless, three-point-two karats, emerald cut."
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "This is not a marketplace."
  • (James Caan) "Right. Y'know, you're not smart enough to take this anymore than you are to, to, recognize good parents."
  • (Mrs. Knowles) "Get out of my office."
  • (James Caan) "You did not ask about us. You didn't ask what kind of people we are. There is a child waiting, and you are denying us him, and him us. Who the hell are you?"
  • (James Caan) "You are making big profits from my work, my risk, my sweat. But that is okay, because I elected to make that deal. But now, the deal is over. I want my end, and I am out."
  • (Robert Prosky) "Why don't you join a labor union?"
  • (James Caan) "I am wearing it."
  • (W.R. Bill Brown) "Frank, don't."
  • (Tom Signorelli) "Do it slick."
  • (James Caan) "My money in 24 hours, or you will wear your ass for a hat."
  • (James Caan) "I come here to discuss a piece of business with you, and whadda you gonna do? You gonna tell me fairy tales?"
  • (Tom Signorelli) "Hey, who da f*** are you slick? Somebody knows you? Whadda you, crazy or what?"
  • (James Caan) "What are you doing in your life that is so terrific?"
  • (James Caan) "You're marking time is what you are. You're backing off. You're hiding out. You're waiting for a bus that you hope never comes because you dont wanna get on it anyway because you don't wanna go anywhere. Ok?"
  • (James Caan) "Your criteria are so far up your ass, they can't see daylight. This is bulls***."

Hal Frank as Gags

  • (Hal Frank) "Look, uh, these people wanna meet you."
  • (James Caan) "What?"
  • (Hal Frank) "They're stand-up guys"
  • (James Caan) "If I wanna meet people, I'll go to a f***in' country club."

Willie Nelson as Okla

  • (Willie Nelson) "Lie to no one. If there 's somebody close to you, you'll ruin it with a lie. If they're a stranger, who the f*** are they you gotta lie to them?"

John Santucci as Urrizi

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

Tuesday Weld as Jessie

  • (Tuesday Weld) "Do you have a license for this?"

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