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Fort Apache The Bronx quotes

Theresa: Andy?
Corelli: (sleepily) Hmm?
Theresa: I'm glad we did it.
Corelli: Glad we did what?
Theresa: Wise guy... (pauses, then)
Theresa: Andy?
Corelli: (sleepily) Hmm?
Theresa: Did you enjoy it?
Corelli: (smiles) Yeah, it was all right...
Theresa: It was just all right?
Corelli: Well, there's wasn't enough pepperoni on it, and the anchovies tasted like shoe leather.
Theresa: I didn't mean the pizza, I meant me.
Corelli: (turns over to face her) Oh, you? Yeah. Yeah. (they snuggle closer)
Corelli: But there wasn't enough pepperoni on it, and the anchovies tasted like shoe leather...
Theresa: (laughing) Shut up, just shut up...

Murphy: You want to go out tonight, have a drink?
Isabella: Two hundred cops ask me out every day. Why should I say yes to you?
Murphy: Cause you say yes to all the others.
Isabella: Well I guess that makes you the only cop in the Bronx I say no to.

Morgan: Hey Murph, what do you think of that son of a bi***, huh? Connolly. Captain Connolly. That clown they dress up as a cop. That fu****' banana. I mean, who does he think he's playin' with, some chickenshit rookie? I've been on the job too long, you know what I mean? Yeah, they might get me for coopin'. Or for scorin' a little nookie on the side. Or, maybe even shakin' down a bodega. I never said I was the smartest guy in the world, but when he comes up with this phony witness sh**...
Murphy: They *got* witnesses, Einstein.
Morgan: Yeah, deaf and dumb ones, right?
Murphy: Real live ones! The kind that put you away. (Murphy gives him a hard and direct smirk, and walks out of the bar)
Morgan: Hey Murph! Murphy! Murphy, come here! (goes out after Murphy)
Morgan: (confronting Murphy on the street) Murphy! What are you talking about?
Murphy: They got the little chick that was hiding up there behind the junk pile!
Morgan: What chick?
Murphy: Yeah, they got me and Coreli, too... A-Number One police work... Poor kid wasn't botherin' nobody, and you throw him off the roof!
Morgan: You shut the fu** up!
Murphy: You fu****' creep, I wish I was man enough to turn you in!

Connolly: Your Precinct has the worst absentee record in the city, the most disability claims, the highest percentage of men on sick call, the least convictions per arrest, and you want me to believe there are no men on the take!
Dugan: So they toss a numbers runner for a couple of dollars, turn a pimp upside down for a little loose change, there's nobody getting rich up here.
Connolly: There's nobody doing anything up here that I can see, these men aren't motivated
Dugan: Motivated ? This is Siberia, Connolly. 65% of the men up here have been transferred. We've got the connivers, the slobs, the shirkers, Guys who beat up the wrong Guinea. Gave a diplomat a parking ticket, screwed a big mouth hooker or shook down the wrong peddler
Connolly: There are plenty of good police officers under your command, you're the one that's falling down on the job
Dugan: Yeah that's right, Blame Dugan! Sure let the politicians and everyone else off the hook, Blame Dugan, that's the easy way. You got a 40-block area with 70,000 people packed in like sardines smelling each others' farts living like cockroaches, and that's Dugan's fault. You got the lowest income per capita, the highest rate of unemployment in the city and that's my fault! Why aren't I out there getting all these people jobs? Largest proportion of non-English speaking population in the city! Dugan's fault, why aren't he out there teaching them to speak English? 4% Spanish speaking cops on the force! Hey Dugan, get your as* out in the barrio and recruit! Families that have been on welfare for three or four generations. Youth Gangs. Winos. Junkies. Pimps! Hookers. Maniacs. Cop-killers...
Connolly: You finished?
Dugan: Yeah, I'm finished. I'm goin' to Florida, Connelly. I'm goin' fishin'. So you can bring up all your computers and your slide rules and all your psychological techniques. I mean this neighborhood'll bury ya. There's enough dirt in this precinct to bury every smart-as* cop in the city!

Corelli: That's a nice coat. How'd you like me to cut it open, let all the rats out.
Murphy: He knows your name.
Corelli: Told you I was famous.

Corelli: What? You mean you're gonna leave me alone up here in the garden spot of the Western world?

Corelli: Look on the bright side, though. We get our names in the papers, right? We're gonna be real serious on t.v. Hey, you know, with your good looks, maybe you get to ball an anchor lady.
Murphy: Yeah?
Corelli: Yeah.
Murphy: Not with my luck. If it was raining anchor ladies, I'd get hit with Walter Cronkite.

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