Tommy Lee Jones

Tommy Lee Jones

  • Highest Rated: 96% The Fugitive (1993)
  • Lowest Rated: 0% Nate and Hayes (1983)
  • Birthday: Sep 16, 1946
  • Birthplace: San Saba, Texas, USA
  • An eighth-generation Texan, actor Tommy Lee Jones, born September 15th, 1946, attended Harvard University, where he roomed with future U.S. Vice President Al Gore. Though several of his less-knowledgeable fans have tended to dismiss Jones as a roughhewn redneck, the actor was equally at home on the polo fields (he's a champion player) as the oil fields, where he made his living for many years.After graduating cum laude from Harvard in 1969, Jones made his stage debut that same year in A Patriot for Me; in 1970, he appeared in his first film, Love Story (listed way, way down the cast list as one of Ryan O'Neal's fraternity buddies). Interestingly enough, while Jones was at Harvard, he and roommate Gore provided the models for author Erich Segal while he was writing the character of Oliver, the book's (and film's) protagonist. After this supporting role, Jones got his first film lead in the obscure Canadian film Eliza's Horoscope (1975). Following a spell on the daytime soap opera One Life to Live, he gained national attention in 1977 when he was cast in the title role in the TV miniseries The Amazing Howard Hughes, his resemblance to the title character -- both vocally and visually -- positively uncanny. Five years later, Jones won further acclaim and an Emmy for his startling performance as murderer Gary Gilmore in The Executioner's Song. Jones spent the rest of the '80s working in both television and film, doing his most notable work on such TV miniseries as Lonesome Dove (1989), for which he earned another Emmy nomination. It was not until the early '90s that the actor became a substantial figure in Hollywood, a position catalyzed by a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for his role in Oliver Stone's JFK. In 1993, Jones won both that award and a Golden Globe for his driven, starkly funny portrayal of U.S. Marshal Sam Gerard in The Fugitive. His subsequent work during the decade was prolific and enormously varied. In 1994 alone, he could be seen as an insane prison warden in Natural Born Killers; titular baseball hero Ty Cobb in Cobb; a troubled army captain in Blue Sky; a wily federal attorney in The Client; and a psychotic bomber in Blown Away. Jones was also attached to a number of big-budget action movies, hamming it up as the crazed Two-Face in Batman Forever (1995); donning sunglasses and an attitude to play a special agent in Men in Black (1997); and reprising his Fugitive role for the film's 1998 sequel, U.S. Marshals. The following year, he continued this trend, playing Ashley Judd's parole officer in the psychological thriller Double Jeopardy. The late '90s and millennial turnover found Jones' popularity soaring, and the distinguished actor continued to develop a successful comic screen persona (Space Cowboys [2000] and Men in Black II [2002]), in addition to maintaining his dramatic clout with roles in such thrillers as The Rules of Engagement (2000) and The Hunted (2003).2005 brought a comedic turn for the actor, who starred in the madcap comedy Man of the House as a grizzled police officer in tasked to protect a house full of cheerleaders who witnessed a murder. Jones also took a stab at directing that year, helming and starring in the western crime drama The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada. In 2006, Jones appeared in Robert Altman's film adaptation of A Prairie Home Companion, based on Garrison Keillor's long running radio show. The movie's legendary director, much loved source material and all-star cast made the film a safe bet for the actor, who hadn't done much in the way of musical comedy. Jones played the consumate corporate bad guy with his trademark grit.2007 brought two major roles for the actor. He headlined the Iraq war drama In the Valley of Elah for director Paul Haggis. His work as the veteran father of a son who died in the war earned him strong reviews and an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. However more people saw Jones' other film from that year, the Coen brothers adaptation of N

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

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84% Ad Astra H. Clifford McBride 2019
29% Shock and Awe Joe Galloway 2018
58% Always at the Carlyle Actor 2018
5% Just Getting Started Leo 2017
32% Mechanic: Resurrection Max Adams $21.3M 2016
55% Jason Bourne CIA Director Robert Dewey $162.2M 2016
31% Criminal Dr. Franks 2016
No Score Yet Mechanic: Ressurection Max Adams 2016
81% The Homesman Screenwriter Executive Producer George Briggs Director 2014
29% The Family Robert Stansfield $34.7M 2013
32% Emperor General Douglas MacArthur $3.4M 2013
89% Lincoln Thaddeus Stevens $129.5M 2012
75% Hope Springs Arnold $63.4M 2012
68% Men in Black III Agent K $179.1M 2012
80% Captain America: The First Avenger Colonel Chester Phillips $176.7M 2011
67% The Company Men Gene McClary $4.5M 2011
No Score Yet The Sunset Limited Director Executive Producer White 2011
58% In the Electric Mist Screenwriter Det. Dave Robicheaux 2009
92% Harvard Beats Yale 29-29 Actor 2008
93% No Country for Old Men Ed Tom Bell $74.3M 2007
73% In the Valley of Elah Hank Deerfield $6.6M 2007
No Score Yet The Ballad of Esequiel Hernandez Narrator 2007
82% A Prairie Home Companion Axeman 2006
85% The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada Pete Perkins Producer Director $5M 2006
9% Man of the House Executive Producer Roland Sharp $19.2M 2005
58% The Missing Samuel Lee $27M 2003
29% The Hunted L.T. Bonham $34.2M 2003
39% Men in Black II Agent K $190.5M 2002
78% Space Cowboys William `Hawk' Hawkins 2000
36% Rules of Engagement Col. Hayes 'Hodge' Hodges 2000
27% Double Jeopardy Travis Lehman 1999
48% Small Soldiers Maj. Chip Hazard 1998
92% Men in Black K 1997
26% U.S. Marshals Chief Deputy Marshal Sam Gerard 1997
50% Volcano Mike Roark 1997
39% Batman Forever Harvey Two-Face/Harvey Dent 1995
No Score Yet The Good Old Boys Hewey Calloway Director 1995
65% Cobb Ty Cobb 1994
78% Blue Sky Hank Marshall 1994
47% Natural Born Killers Dwight McClusky 1994
78% The Client Roy Foltrigg 1994
32% Blown Away Ryan Gaerity 1994
40% Heaven & Earth Steve Butler 1994
96% The Fugitive Samuel Gerard 1993
78% Under Siege William Strannix 1992
56% House of Cards Jake Beerlander 1992
84% JFK Clay Shaw 1991
10% Fire Birds Brad Little 1990
No Score Yet Lonesome Dove - The Making of An Epic Actor 1990
64% The Package Thomas Boyette 1989
No Score Yet Gotham Eddie Mallard 1988
73% Stormy Monday Cosmo 1988
No Score Yet April Morning Moses Cooper 1988
No Score Yet Stranger on My Land Bud Whitman 1988
57% The Big Town George Cole 1987
No Score Yet Yuri Nosenko, KGB Steve Daley 1986
No Score Yet Broken Vows Pater Joseph McMahon 1986
38% Black Moon Rising Quint 1986
No Score Yet The Park Is Mine Mitch 1986
No Score Yet Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Brick Pollitt 1984
No Score Yet The River Rat Billy 1984
0% Nate and Hayes Capt. Bully Hayes 1983
No Score Yet The Executioner's Song Gary Gilmore 1982
40% Back Roads Elmore Pratt 1981
No Score Yet Barn Burning Actor 1980
89% Coal Miner's Daughter Doolittle Lynn 1980
46% Eyes of Laura Mars John Neville 1978
No Score Yet The Betsy Angelo Perino 1978
86% Rolling Thunder Johnny Vohden 1977
No Score Yet The Amazing Howard Hughes Howard Hughes 1977
No Score Yet Jackson County Jail Coley Blake 1976
No Score Yet Smash-Up on Interstate 5 Actor 1976
No Score Yet Eliza's Horoscope Tommy 1975
68% Love Story Hank 1970

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No Score Yet The View
1997
Guest
  • 2012
No Score Yet POV
1988
Narrator
  • 2008
No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
1992-2014
Guest
  • 2002
  • 2000
No Score Yet Lonesome Dove
1989
Woodrow F. Call
  • 1989
No Score Yet Charlie's Angels
1976-1981
  • 1976

QUOTES FROM Tommy Lee Jones CHARACTERS

Eddie Mallard
Your wife has been dead for over ten years, and she's following you around New York?
Johnny Vohden
Let's go clean 'em up.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
Then I woke up.
Loretta Lynn
(trying out a new song) It goes like this 'It'll over my dead body, so get out while you can't, then it drops down to 'cause you ain't woman to take my man!'
Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn
Where'd you come up with the idea for that song, Loretta.
Radio Station Manager
And come off that dumb hillbilly act!
Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn
If you knew Loretta, you'd know that ain't no act.
Loretta Lynn
Thank you, honey.
Roy Foltrigg
Lyin' lips are an abomination to the Lord, so sayeth the Psalms!
Harry Roosevelt
That's Proverbs 12:22.
Mark Sway
Thanks, Rev. Roy, you've been a real pain in the ass.
Roy Foltrigg
Thank you, son. I can assure you, you have been an even larger pain in the ass.
Mary Todd Lincoln
(To Thaddeus Stevens) You have always taken such a lively, even prosecutorial, interest in my household accounts
Mary Todd Lincoln
You have always taken such a lively, even prosecutorial, interest in my household accounts.
Thaddeus Stevens
Well, that's because you're household accounts have always been so interesting.
Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn
(after Loretta's first appearance on the Opry) What we gotta do next is; figure out what to do next.
Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn
What we gotta do next is figure out what to do next.
Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn
Mr. Webb, me and Loretta are fixin' to get married tomorrow, it's alright with you.
Ted Webb
Go ask Clary.
Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn
(walks through the house to the kitchen)
Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn
Miss Webb, me and Loretta are thinkin' about gettin' married tomorrow.
Clara Webb
Go ask Ted.
Loretta Lynn
Doolittle, what are you doin'?
Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn
(walks back onto the porch, then back into the house)
Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn
Ted says go asks Clary; Clary says go ask Ted; I don't know.
Loretta Lynn
Wait 'till they go to bed; then you can catch them together. 'Less they'll keep you runnin' back and forth all night long.
Agent K
Boris the Animal!
Boris the Animal
It's just Boris!
Wendell
You think this boy Moss has got any notion of the sorts of sons of bitches that're huntin' him?
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
I don't know, he ought to. He's seen the same things I've seen, and it's certainly made an impression on me.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
Well, that's all right. I laugh myself sometimes. Ain't a whole lot else you can do.
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
Listen up, ladies and gentlemen! Our fugitive has been on the run for 90 minutes. Average foot speed over uneven ground, barring injury, is 4 miles an hour which gives us a radius of 6 miles! What I want out of each and every one of you is a hard target search of every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse in that area. Checkpoints go up at 15 miles! Our fugitive's name is Dr. Richard Kimble. Go get him.
Thaddeus Stevens
Trust? Gentlemen, you seem to have forgotten that our chosen career is politics.
Thaddeus Stevens
Trust? Gentlemen, you seem to have forgotten that our chosen career is politics.
Thaddeus Stevens
The greatest measure of the 19th century was passed by corruption, aided and abetted by the purest man in America.
Thaddeus Stevens
[knock on his door] It opens!
Griffin
This is my new favorite moment in human history! Unless this is the one where K forgot to leave a tip... (He looks over to K's tip-less plate, then looks up. We see a meteorite heading for Earth.)
Griffin
This is my new favorite moment in human history! Unless this is the one where K forgot to leave a tip... [he looks over to K's tip-less plate, then looks up. We see a meteorite heading for Earth]
Agent K
(Re-enters, and leaves a tip. He looks to Griffin...) Almost forgot.
Agent K
[re-enters, and leaves a tip. He looks to Griffin] Almost forgot.
Griffin
(The meteorite is intercepted by a satellite. Griffin looks to the camera.) That was a close one!
Griffin
[the meteorite is intercepted by a satellite. Griffin looks to the camera] That was a close one!
Thaddeus Stevens
You claim you can trust them. But you know what the people are. You know the inner compass that should direct the soul toward justice has ossified in white men and women, north and south, unto utter uselessness though tolerating the evil of slavery. White people cannot bear the thought of sharing this country's infinite abundance with Negroes.
Abraham Lincoln
A compass, I learnt when I was surveying, it'll... it'll point you True North from where you're standing, but it's got no advice about the swamps and dessert and chasm that you'll encounter along the way. If in pursuit of your destination, you plunge ahead, heedless of obstacles, and achieve nothing more than to sink in a swamp... What's the use of knowing True North?
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
A crime this big it's almost impossible to take it's measure.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
Well, they'd torture em' first. I don't know why...maybe their television set was broke.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
Well, they'd torture em' first. I don't know why... maybe their television set was broke.
Wendell
Well, it's a mess..ain't it sherrif?
Wendell
Well, it's a mess... ain't it sherrif?
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
If it ain't, it'll do till the mess gets here.
Thaddeus Stevens
How can I hold that all men are created equal when here before me stands stinking the moral carcass of the gentleman from Ohio? Proof that some men are inferior. Endowed by their maker with dim wits, impermeable to reason, with cold pallid slime in their veins instead of hot red blood. You are more reptile than man George, so low and flat that the foot of man is incapable of crushing you.
Thaddeus Stevens
Would Mr. Wood conclude his interminable gabble? Some of us breathe oxygen and we find the mephitic fumes of his oratory a lethal challenge to our pulmonary capabilities.
K
The roaches check in.
J
They don't check out.
Thaddeus Stevens
Abraham Lincoln has asked us to work with him to accomplish the death of slavery
Thaddeus Stevens
Abraham Lincoln has asked us to work with him to accomplish the death of slavery.
Huey Calloway
Damn Eve.You'll be mad again if I stay.I ain't changed none.
Huey Calloway
Damn Eve. You'll be mad again if I stay. I ain't changed none.
Captain America/Steve Rogers
Keep it steady!
Peggy Carter
Wait! (kisses Steve) Go get him.
Peggy Carter
Wait! [kisses Steve] Go get him.
Captain America/Steve Rogers
(Looks surprised at Phillips)
Captain America/Steve Rogers
[looks surprised at Phillips]
Colonel Chester Phillips
I'm not kissing you!
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
That look like a '77 Ford to you Wendell?
Wendell
It could be.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
I'd say it is not a doubt in my mind.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
Didn't think a car would burn like that.
Wendell
Well it's a mess ain't it sheriff?
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
If it ain't it'll do till the mess gets here.
J
Hey, where you going??
J
Hey, where you going?
K
(Calmly) I'm going to get my gun back.
K
[calmly] I'm going to get my gun back.
Mike Roark
I can't leave you here after an earthquake.
Kelly Roark
Dad, I'm 13 years old, I know what to do.
Mike Roark
Ok, What do you do?
Kelly Roark
Get into a doorframe, stick your head between your knees & kiss your ass goodbye.
Agent K
You know how I live such a happy life?
Agent J
How you live such a happy life?
Agent K
I don't ask questions. I don't want to know the answer to.
Agent J
That's deep.
Agent K
Let me enjoy this.
Maj. Chip Hazard
It's a small world after all.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
These people will kill him, Carla Jean. They won't quit.
Carla Jean Moss
He won't neither. He never has. He can take all comers.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
You know Charlie Walser? Has the place east of Sanderson? Well you know how they used to slaughter beeves, hit 'em with a maul right here to stun 'em...and then up and slit their throats? Well here Charlie has one trussed up and all set to drain him and the beef comes to. It starts thrashing around, six hundred pounds of very pissed-off livestock if you'll pardon me...Charlie grabs his gun there to shoot the damn thing in the head but what with the swingin' and twistin' it's a glance-shot and ricochets around and comes back hits Charlie in the shoulder. You go see Charlie, he still can't reach up with his right hand for his hat...Point bein', even in the contest between man and steer, the issue is not certain.
Tommy
I'll see you in the sun, Eliza.
Kay
OK here we go automatic pilot...It is not automatic pilot
Kay
OK here we go automatic pilot...It is not automatic pilot.
Jay
He doesn't operate at hyper speed !
Jay
He doesn't operate at hyper speed!
Kay
I could really use a steering wheel here
Kay
I could really use a steering wheel here.
Jay
We don't have no damm steering wheel this what we've got
Jay
We don't have no damm steering wheel this what we've got.
Dr. Arnim Zola
I don't eat meat.
Colonel Chester Phillips
Why not?
Dr. Arnim Zola
It disagrees with me.
Colonel Chester Phillips
How about cyanide does that give you the rumbly tummy too?
Dr. Arnim Zola
What is it?
Colonel Chester Phillips
Steak
Colonel Chester Phillips
Steak.
Dr. Arnim Zola
What is in it?
Colonel Chester Phillips
Cow
Colonel Chester Phillips
Cow.
Agent K
Do you know what's the most destructive force in the universe?
Agent J
Sugar?
Agent K
Regret.
Agent K
There are things out there you don't need to know about.
Agent J
That's not the lie you told me when you recruited me!
Jay
You don't remember me but we use to work together.
Kay
I never worked at a funeral home. There's something I could do for you, slick?
Agent K
Don't ask questions you don't want to know the answers to
Agent K
Don't ask questions you don't want to know the answer to.
Colonel Chester Phillips
Your Enemy is not what you expect
Colonel Chester Phillips
Your Enemy is not what you expect.
Colonel Chester Phillips
Your enemy is not what you expect.
J
You Do Know Elvis Is Dead? Right?
J
You do know elvis is dead? Right?
K
No, Elvis Is Not Dead. He Just Went Home.
K
No, Elvis is not dead. He just went home.
D
Do you know how many treaties you just violated?
Mikey
One?
K
One!
D
Try seven.
Mikey
Seven!
Dr. Richard Kimble
I didn't kill my wife.
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
I don't care.
Colonel Chester Phillips
I asked for an army. All I got is you.
Kay
Does that come standard?
Jay
Actually it came with a black dude, but he kept getting pulled over.
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
Why did Richard Kimble kill his wife?
Detective Kelly
He did it for the money.
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
What do you mean, he did it for the money? He's a doctor. He's already rich.
Detective Kelly
But she was more rich.
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
Why did Richard Kimble kill his wif
Detective Kelly
He did it for the money.
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
What do you mean, he did it for the money? He's a doctor. He's already rich.
Detective Kelly
But she was more rich.
Biggs
[after Kimble jumps off of the dam] Sam, are you out of your mind? He's dead.
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
That ought to make him easier to catch.
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
[on the phone] Well, Sir, Mr. Copeland was a bad man. He was gonna shoot one of my kids. [pauses] Well, sir, you can blame me, I'm the one that shot him.
Commander Krill
You're the roadrunner?
William Strannix
Yeah, never been caught. Mee-meep.
Commander Krill
[Krill is dressed as a drag queen] ... Do I look like I need a psychological evaluation?
William Strannix
Not at all.
K
Fifteen hundred years ago, everybody knew that the Earth was the center of the universe. Five hundred years ago, everybody knew that the Earth was flat. And fifteen minutes ago, you knew that humans were alone on this planet. Imagine what you'll know tomorrow.
Colonel Chester Phillips
I'M not gonna kiss ya!
Colonel Chester Phillips
I'm not kissing you.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
Do you know old Charlie Walser whose got that place out east of Sanderson?
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
Well you know how he used to slaughter beeves; him 'em with right here with a maul and then truss 'em up and slit their throats? Well here old Charlie has one trussed up and all set to drain him and the beef comes to. It starts thrashing around. Six hundred pounds of very pissed off livestock...if you'll excuse the.... well. Charlie grabs his gun there shoots the damn thing in the head but with all the swinging and the thrashing it's a glance shot, ricochets around, comes back and hits Charlie in the shoulder. You go see Charlie he still can't pick up his right hand for his hat.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
Well you know how he used to slaughter beeves; him 'em with right here with a maul and then truss 'em up and slit their throats? Well here old Charlie has one trussed up and all set to drain him and the beef comes to. It starts thrashing around. Six hundred pounds of very pissed off livestock... if you'll excuse the... well. Charlie grabs his gun there shoots the damn thing in the head but with all the swinging and the thrashing it's a glance shot, ricochets around, comes back and hits Charlie in the shoulder. You go see Charlie he still can't pick up his right hand for his hat.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
The point bein' even in the contest between man and steer, the issue is not certain.
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
Okay get a cane pole, go catch the fish that ate him.
Dr. Richard Kimble
i didnt kill my wife
Dr. Richard Kimble
I didn't kill my wife!
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
i dont care
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
I don't care!
Colonel Chester Phillips
We are here to create a new breed of supersoldiers
Colonel Chester Phillips
We are here to create a new breed of super soldiers.
K
You sold a reverberating carbonizer with mutate capacities to an unlicensed, unauthorized cephalopoid? Jeebs, you piece of s***!!
K
You sold a reverberating carbonizer with mutate capacities to an unlicensed, unauthorized cephalopoid? Jeebs, you piece of s***!
Jeebs
He looked alright to me.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
...then I woke up.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
And then I woke up.
Colonel Chester Phillips
If you have something to say, now would be the perfect time to keep it to yourself.
Colonel Chester Phillips
If you have anything to say, now would be a perfect time to keep it to yourself.
Colonel Chester Phillips
if you have something on your mind now is a great time to keep it to your self.
Colonel Chester Phillips
If you have something on your mind now is a great time to keep it to your self.
Colonel Chester Phillips
If you have something on your mind now is a great time to keep it to yourself.
Travis Lehman
We spotted the Parsons woman in the Quarter last night. She got away. I just came by to find out if you'd heard from her.
Nick Parsons
Not a peep
Nick Parsons
Not a peep.
Travis Lehman
Do you have any idea why she's fixated her lunacy on you?
Nick Parsons
Well, the world's full of crazy people, am I right?
Travis Lehman
Oh, yes, you are right. Truer words were never spoken. Those are nice pictures there. Did your kids do them?
Travis Lehman
Oh, yes, you are right. Truer words were never spoken. Those are nice pictures there. Did your kids do them?
Nick Parsons
Uh, no. Those pictures are by a very great artist named Kandinsky.
Nick Parsons
Uh, no. Those pictures are by a very great artist named Kandinsky.
Travis Lehman
Oh
Travis Lehman
Oh.
Nick Parsons
Why do I think you already knew that?
Roy Foltrigg
What's the Cloak and Dagger all about, Reggie. You know you can trust us.
Reggie Love
You three come here alone?.
Reggie Love
You three come here alone?
Roy Foltrigg
Nah uh!.
Roy Foltrigg
Nah uh!
Reggie Love
That's the truth.
Roy Foltrigg
Of course it is.
Reggie Love
Well, then, why don't you just have one of them.
Reggie Love
Just trot out just one of those cars that aren't in the parkin' lot and get a pen and a paper from one of those agents that aren't out there.
Loretta Lynn
Doolittle, are you leavin'.
Loretta Lynn
Doolittle; are you leavin'?
Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn
Naw, Loretta, *I* ain't leavin'.
Doolittle "Mooney" Lynn
[come back in the house] Naw, Loretta; *I* ain't leavin'.
Colonel Chester Phillips
General Patton has said that wars are fought with weapons but are won by men. Our goal is to create the greatest army in history. But every army begins with one man. He will be the first in a new breed of super-soldier. We are going to win this war because we have the best men. And they, personally, will escort Adolf Hitler to the gates of Hell.
Colonel Chester Phillips
Grenade!
Captain America/Steve Rogers
(jumps on grenade scrambling) ............is this a test?
Captain America/Steve Rogers
[jumps on grenade scrambling]
Dr. Arnim Zola
What this is?
Dr. Arnim Zola
What is this?
Colonel Chester Phillips
Steak
Colonel Chester Phillips
Steak.
Dr. Arnim Zola
What is in it?
Colonel Chester Phillips
Cow.
Loretta Bell
How'd you sleep?
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
I don't know. Had dreams.
Loretta Bell
Well you got time for 'em now. Anythin' interesting?
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
They always is to the party concerned.
Loretta Bell
Ed Tom, I'll be polite.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
Alright then. Two of 'em. Both had my father in 'em . It's peculiar. I'm older now then he ever was by twenty years. So in a sense he's the younger man. Anyway, first one I don't remember too well but it was about meeting him in town somewhere, he's gonna give me some money. I think I lost it. The second one, it was like we was both back in older times and I was on horseback goin' through the mountains of a night. Goin' through this pass in the mountains. It was cold and there was snow on the ground and he rode past me and kept on goin'. Never said nothin' goin' by. He just rode on past... and he had his blanket wrapped around him and his head down and when he rode past I seen he was carryin' fire in a horn the way people used to do and I could see the horn from the light inside of it. 'Bout the color of the moon. And in the dream I knew that he was goin' on ahead and he was fixin' to make a fire somewhere out there in all that dark and all that cold, and I knew that whenever I got there he would be there. And then I woke up...
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
Alright then. Two of 'em. Both had my father in 'em. It's peculiar. I'm older now then he ever was by twenty years. So in a sense he's the younger man. Anyway, first one I don't remember too well but it was about meeting him in town somewhere, he's gonna give me some money. I think I lost it. The second one, it was like we was both back in older times and I was on horseback goin' through the mountains of a night. Goin' through this pass in the mountains. It was cold and there was snow on the ground and he rode past me and kept on goin'. Never said nothin' goin' by. He just rode on past... and he had his blanket wrapped around him and his head down and when he rode past I seen he was carryin' fire in a horn the way people used to do and I could see the horn from the light inside of it. 'Bout the color of the moon. And in the dream I knew that he was goin' on ahead and he was fixin' to make a fire somewhere out there in all that dark and all that cold, and I knew that whenever I got there he would be there. And then I woke up...
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
Newman, what are you doing?
Newman
I'm thinking.
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
Well, think me up a cup of coffee and a chocolate doughnut with some of those little sprinkles on top, while you're thinking.
J
You know, Elvis is dead!
J
You do know Elvis is dead, right?
K
Elvis isn't dead, he just went home.
K
No, Elvis is not dead. He just went home.
Colonel Chester Phillips
Look at that? He's making me cry.
Colonel Chester Phillips
Stick a needle in that kid's arm and it's gonna go right through him
Colonel Chester Phillips
Stick a needle in that kids arm and it's gonna go right through him. [watching Steve struggling whilst training with the other new recruits]
Colonel Chester Phillips
I'm not kissing you.
Colonel Chester Phillips
He's still skinny.
Colonel Chester Phillips
Grenade!!!
Colonel Chester Phillips
Grenade!
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
So, he showed up not dead yet. Let that be a lesson to you boys and girls: don't ever argue with the big dog, big dog is always right.
Dr. Richard Kimble
I didn't kill my wife!
Dr. Richard Kimble
[Holding Gerard at gunpoint] I didn't kill my wife!
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
I don't care!
Deputy US Marshal Samuel Gerard
I don't care!
Clay Shaw
I believe I shall go home and make some etouffee.
Jim Garrison
Were you a contract agent for the CIA?
Clay Shaw
And if I were do you think I would be sitting here today talking to someone like you?
Wendell
It's a mess, ain't it Sheriff?
Wendell
It's a mess, ain't it, sheriff?
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
If it ain't it'll do til a mess gets here.
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
If it ain't, it'll do till the mess gets here.
Colonel Chester Phillips
He's still skinny.
Colonel Chester Phillips
Your enemy is not what you expect.
Gene McClary
We could make something here. Start out with a crazy plan. Bobby Walker: Start slow and see if it will grow.
Gene McClary
We could make something here. Start out with a crazy plan.
Bobby Walker
Start slow and see if it will grow.
Colonel Chester Phillips
eneral Patton has said that wars are fought with weapons but are won by men. Our goal is to create the greatest army in history. But every army begins with one man. He will be the first in a new breed of super-soldier. We are going to win this war because we have the best men. And they, personally, will escort Adolf Hitler to the gates of Hell.
Colonel Chester Phillips
General Patton has said that wars are fought with weapons but are won by men. Our goal is to create the greatest army in history. But every army begins with one man. He will be the first in a new breed of super-soldier. We are going to win this war because we have the best men. And they, personally, will escort Adolf Hitler to the gates of Hell.