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The Out-of-Towners (1970 film) Quotes

The Out-of-Towners (1970 film) is a TV show that was first aired in 1970 . The Out-of-Towners stopped airing in 1970.

It features Paul Nathan as producer, Quincy Jones in charge of musical score, and Andrew Laszlo as head of cinematography.

The Out-of-Towners (1970 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of The Out-of-Towners (1970 film) is 98 minutes long. The Out-of-Towners (1970 film) is distributed by Paramount Pictures.

The cast includes: Sandy Dennis as Gwen Kellerman, Jack Lemmon as George Kellerman, Philip Bruns as Officer Meyers, Graham Jarvis as Murray, and Ron Carey as Barney Polacek, Cab Driver in Boston.

The Out-of-Towners (1970 film) Quotes

Sandy Dennis as Gwen Kellerman

  • (Sandy Dennis) "Thank you very much."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "What are you thanking him for; deserting us? Will you stop thanking everybody?"
  • (Sandy Dennis) "George, I can't walk and you can't carry me. And there are no buses, or taxis, and no car is going to stop to pick up bleeding strangers."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "It's not safe in the park at night."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "We have already been robbed and kidnapped. We have nothing to lose but four cents. Please, George."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Suppose it rains again?"
  • (Sandy Dennis) "I am so wet now, it can only make me drier."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "Why -- why didn't we just stop and explain?"
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Explain? What I'm doing in the bushes with a little boy? With my hands in his pockets? They'd give me 10-20 years."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "George, now I-I promised I would call the children this morning. If they don't hear from me, they will be worried."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Well, right now they're eating a big bowl of Rice Krispies and bananas. Worry about us, will you?"
  • (Sandy Dennis) "You haven't thought about them once since we left, have you? About their welfare? About their future if anything should happen to us? Have you thought about our children once since we left home?"
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Yes. In between the mugging and the kidnapping. Now, you gonnna walk, or we gonna stand here and have a PTA meeting?"
  • (Sandy Dennis) "George, what are we doing wrong? We can't ride, we can't walk, we can't eat, we can't pray."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Well, we can think. As long as we got our brains, we can think."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "Oh, they'll get that too, George. You'll see."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "Don't pull. Please don't pull. Oh my God, my straps are broken."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "Can't you break it open with a knife?"
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Do you know what that suitcase is called, huh? "Diplomatic Courier." It's for couriers with important papers for diplomats. Can't get it open with a hand grenade."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "How about a locksmith?"
  • (Jack Lemmon) "In 17 minutes? He'd have to feed me and shave me while he's opening the suitcase. Well, it's the last time that I buy good luggage, I tell you. Never again. Never again."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "My husband and I haven't eaten or slept since yesterday morning."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "George, I don't know what's happened to you, I've never seen you like this before."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "I never saw you wearing my shoes before, but we're in trouble."

Jack Lemmon as George Kellerman

  • (Jack Lemmon) "I was going to take you to dinner at one of the best restaurants in the world. Here you are eating peanut butter on white bread with nothing to drink. If you ever get your mouth open again, I wouldn't blame you if you never talk to me."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "Oh my God."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "What's wrong?"
  • (Sandy Dennis) "I lost my left eyelash."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Oh, please, please if there's any justice let Murray get mugged by the man who took my watch."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Here, look, look. Car."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Hey. Help. Help."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Ow. I hope you get in trouble someday."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "You know how long we were in line?"
  • (Sandy Dennis) "Two hours."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Two hours. That's how long."
  • (Waiter in Dining Car on Train) "Chicken sandwich and coffee."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Can we see a menu, please?"
  • (Waiter in Dining Car on Train) "We just got sandwiches and drinks."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Oh. Eh, two Chicken sandwiches, please."
  • (Waiter in Dining Car on Train) "Sorry, no chicken."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Isn't that chicken?"
  • (Waiter in Dining Car on Train) "Yeah, that's chicken. But when he eats that, that's the end of the chicken."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "They're out of chicken, George."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Got ham or cheese?"
  • (Waiter in Dining Car on Train) "No ham."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Just cheese."
  • (Waiter in Dining Car on Train) "No cheese."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "No cheese."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "What DO you have?"
  • (Waiter in Dining Car on Train) "Peanut Butter on white bread."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "What else you got?"
  • (Waiter in Dining Car on Train) "More peanut butter on white bread. Ran out of everything a few minutes ago, ma'am."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "But don't you have anything else? My husband isn't allowed to eat peanut butter or white bread."
  • (Waiter in Dining Car on Train) "I got saltine crackers and green olives. That's all, ma'am. We didn't expect 350 people tonight. No, ma'am."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Tell him where you slept last night, hmm? Tell him what you had for breakfast. See how safe he feels."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Is there anything wrong? I mean, it's over 35 minutes now."
  • (Airline Stewardess) "I imagine we've run into some bad weather."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "You don't have to imagine. Just look out the window."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "You can't walk with a bleeding foot."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "Well I would fly, but New York is fogged in."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "And you're not getting away with anything. I got all your names and your addresses."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "My wife can verify that. Gwen?"
  • (Sandy Dennis) "I can verify that."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "I'm suing 'em all. I don't care if I'm in court all year."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "You chased a dog and you beat a horse. You're stronger than you think."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Mr Moyers, don't know if you're a religious man, but if I were you, at 2:00, I'd start praying for my job."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Listen, the minute this is over, I want both your badge numbers. I'm through being intimidated."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Uh, are there any seats on this train? huh?"
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Oh, well don't you have anything in the parlor car or compartment or anything? I'll pay for it."
  • (Unnamed) "This train runs empty six nights a week exept when the New York airport is fogged in, then they fly 'em up to Boston and we could use four more cars."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Well why don't you put on four more cars?"
  • (Unnamed) "Ain't got four more cars. Noboby takes the train anymore. Everyone is in a hurry."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "You expect us to stand all the way to New York?"
  • (Unnamed) "Not if you give me $11.00 each."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "Is there a dining car?"
  • (Unnamed) "Just sandwiches and drinks. The next car forward."

Graham Jarvis as Murray

  • (Graham Jarvis) "You got a wallet?"
  • (Jack Lemmon) "Uh, no, no wallet. Just the cash. I never carry a wallet."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "Give him your wallet, George."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "It's in his left pocket."

Philip Bruns as Officer Meyers

  • (Philip Bruns) "You folks live out of town?"
  • (Sandy Dennis) "Oh yes."
  • (Philip Bruns) "You're lucky."

Ron Carey as Barney Polacek, Cab Driver in Boston

  • (Ron Carey) "Just made it. You better rush."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "How much is that?"
  • (Ron Carey) "Four-fifty, but I still can't break a 20."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "All right, that's $2.00 from before pl$4.50 is $6.50, plus a dollar tip is $7.50. That's $12.50. You still gotta mail me. You got the address?"
  • (Ron Carey) "Twin Oaks, Ohio. 1174 Kellerman La --"
  • (Jack Lemmon) "No, I'M Kellerman. Willow Tree Lane. 1174 Willow Tree Lane."
  • (Sandy Dennis) "George. George, he's got it. Come on."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "He hasn't got it. All he's got is my $20."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "I don't get my $12.50, you're gonna hear from me."
  • (Ron Carey) "Barney Polacek. 391 Clancy Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Zip Code 02124."
  • (Jack Lemmon) "He said Benny or Bernie? I don't know."

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