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The Dirty Dozen Quotes

The Dirty Dozen is a TV program that first aired in 1970 . The Dirty Dozen stopped airing in 1970.

It features Kenneth Hyman as producer, Frank De Vol in charge of musical score, and Edward Scaife as head of cinematography.

The Dirty Dozen is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of The Dirty Dozen is 150 minutes long. The Dirty Dozen is distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

The cast includes: Clint Walker as Samson Posey, Charles Bronson as Joseph T. Wladislaw, John Cassavetes as Victor R. Franko, Lee Marvin as Major John Reisman, Ralph Meeker as Capt. Stuart Kinder, Telly Savalas as Maggot, Donald Sutherland as Pinkley, Ernest Borgnine as Maj. Gen. Worden, Robert Ryan as Col. Everett Dasher Breed, and Robert Webber as Gen. Denton.

The Dirty Dozen Quotes

Clint Walker as Samson Posey

Telly Savalas as Maggot

  • (Telly Savalas) "It's judgment day, sinners. Come out, come out wherever you are."

Lee Marvin as Major John Reisman

  • (Lee Marvin) "Which one of you guys wants to be a general?"
  • (Lee Marvin) "Pinkley?"
  • (Donald Sutherland) "What kind of general, sir?"
  • (Lee Marvin) "Just a plain, ordinary, every day, home-lovin' American general."
  • (Donald Sutherland) "I'd rather be a civilian, sir."
  • (Lee Marvin) "You only hit him once?"
  • (Clint Walker) "I didn't mean to kill him."
  • (Lee Marvin) "What do you think, Sergeant?"
  • (Sergeant Clyde Bowren) "I think you'll do just fine, sir."
  • (Lee Marvin) "Don't give me that. I said what do you think?"
  • (Sergeant Clyde Bowren) "I think the first chance one of those lovers gets, he's going to shoot the Major right in the head -- sir."
  • (Lee Marvin) "I never went in for embroidery, just results."
  • (Lee Marvin) "And where is Donald Duck?"
  • (Clint Walker) "Donald Duck's down at the crossroads with a machine gun."
  • (Lee Marvin) "He'd better not be asleep or we all be in trouble, huh."
  • (Lee Marvin) "Any questions?"
  • (Telly Savalas) "Suh? Do we have to eat with niggahs?"
  • (Sergeant Clyde Bowren) ": What's going on, sir?"
  • (Lee Marvin) "Oh, the gentleman from the South had a question about the dining arrangements. He and his comrades are discussing place settings now."
  • (Lee Marvin) "Boy, do I love that Franko."
  • (Lee Marvin) "And kill any officer in sight."
  • (John Cassavetes) "Ours or theirs?"
  • (Lee Marvin) "How come you speak German?"
  • (Charles Bronson) "My old man came from Silesia. He didn't speak German, he didn't dig coal. If he didn't dig coal, he didn't eat."
  • (Lee Marvin) "You know what to do, free the French and shoot the Germans."
  • (Lee Marvin) "So what does that give you?"
  • (Ralph Meeker) "Doesn't give me anything. But along with these other results, it gives you just about the most twisted, anti-social bunch of psychopathic deformities I have ever run into. And the worst, the most dangerous of the bunch, is Maggott. You've got one religious maniac, one malignant dwarf, two near-idiots -- and the rest I don't even wanna think about."
  • (Lee Marvin) "Well, I can't think of a better way to fight a war."
  • (Ralph Meeker) "These people don't know their enemy is the Germans. They think the enemy is their own United States Army."
  • (Lee Marvin) "Maybe that's because the Germans haven't done anything to them yet."

Donald Sutherland as Pinkley

  • (Donald Sutherland) "Very pretty, Colonel, Very pretty, But, can they fight?"

Robert Ryan as Col. Everett Dasher Breed

  • (Robert Ryan) "What's your name, soldier?"
  • (Donald Sutherland) "Number two, Sir."
  • (Robert Ryan) "Reisman. Some people may consider you a first-class officer. But as far as I'm concerned, you're a disorganized, undisciplined clown. I'm gonna' make it my business to run you out of this Army."
  • (Lee Marvin) "I owe you an apology, colonel. I always thought that you were a cold, unimaginative, tight-lipped officer. But you're really quite emotional, aren't you?"

Charles Bronson as Joseph T. Wladislaw

  • (Charles Bronson) "Killin' generals could get to be a habit with me."
  • (Charles Bronson) "I wish I could read this. I think it's dirty."

Ernest Borgnine as Maj. Gen. Worden

  • (Ernest Borgnine) "This war was not started for your private gratification, and you can be damned sure it's not being run for your personal convenience, either."

Ralph Meeker as Capt. Stuart Kinder

  • (Ralph Meeker) "I wonder if any of them even know it's Mother's Day."
  • (Lee Marvin) "is it?"

John Cassavetes as Victor R. Franko

  • (John Cassavetes) "Hey. What's the matter with you? You think I want to die? Ha. If you think that then you don't know Victor Franko."

Robert Webber as Gen. Denton

  • (Robert Webber) "I take it you don't deny your responsibility for the fact that on the night of April 14/15, a military establishment of the United States Army was the scene of a drunken party. At which no less than seven female civilians took an active part."
  • (Lee Marvin) "Oh yes, sir, they took an active part."

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