Hatch Quotes in Victory (1981)
Hatch: This frigging game is ruining my life.
[just before the football match]
Hatch: Where do I stand for a corner kick?
Capt. John Colby - The Players: England: At the far post, facing the ball.
Hatch: Thanks. For a while there I thought you were keeping it a secret.
[Hatch has been told he has to return to the prison camp]
Hatch: What am I supposed to do, break back into the camp?
AndrÃ© - The French: No. You get captured.
Hatch: Get captured. All right, suppose I get captured? And then they send me to the wrong prisoner camp. What about that?
AndrÃ© - The French: No, no.
Hatch: Now, what about that?
AndrÃ© - The French: [tsks and shakes his head] The Germans will take you to the same place again to show the other prisoners you are not a success.
RenÃ©e - The French: [Hatch has asked how she feels about sheltering him] How do I feel? I feel responsible. Hopeful. When I get word that someone I sheltered is safe, then I'm happy. I can forget them. But when I hear that they've been caught or killed, then I remember everything. I remember their face, their voices, what they said about their parents, their child, their pets, and I mourn for them. I don't want to mourn for you.
Hatch: Well, you're safe with me, RenÃ©e.
RenÃ©e - The French: How?
Hatch: Well, I'm, uh... an orphan, a bastard. I have no parents, no money, no wife, no children. I don't even have a pet. Anything I say in my sleep to the contrary can't be held against me.
Hatch: What the hell are you doing here?
Jack Taggert: Well, I was just out taking a Sunday stroll... but I guess maybe it's not Sunday.
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