Felix Bowers Quotes in Fire Down Below (1957)
Felix Bowers Quotes:
Miguel: I'll talk to you. You're a reasonable man: your friend is a barbarian.
Felix Bowers: Tony. You gonna sit here and hear your friend called a barbarian?
Tony: Miguel, I forbid you to call this barbarian a barbarian.
Felix Bowers: [nods] You're a true friend.
Miguel: [on assurance that a smuggling job's been completed] A friend left this, uh, note for you.
Felix Bowers: [flipping through the money in the envelope] Our friend didn't have very much to say, did he?
Miguel: What do you mean by that?
Felix Bowers: I mean he wasn't very generous, was he?
Miguel: There are many expenses; you know that as well as I do. Palms to be greased and people paid to turn the other way. It's getting harder every day.
Felix Bowers: Well, you tell that friend if he can't be a little more communicative, that this is the last trip.
Irena: Are you wanted by the police?
Felix Bowers: Oh, I wouldn't go so far as to say that. Let's put it this way: if I *presented* myself to them, they would not *reject* me.
Felix Bowers: I sowed my wild oats a long time ago. Been living off the crop ever since. Not very nutritious.
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