Mr. Bridger Quotes in The Italian Job (1969)
Mr. Bridger Quotes:
Keats: They say he's going to do a job in Italy.
Mr. Bridger: Well, I hope he likes spaghetti. They serve it four times a day in the Italian prisons.
Mr. Bridger: We've come here to pay our respects to Great Aunt Nellie. She brought us up properly and taught us loyalty. Now I want you to remember that during these next few days. I also want you to remember that if you don't come back with the goods, Nellie here will turn in her grave, and, likely as not, jump right out of it and kick your teeth in.
'Camp' Freddie: Maybe the Professor's not bent.
Mr. Bridger: Camp Freddie, everybody in the *world* is bent!
Mr. Bridger: You must learn, Keats, there are more things to life than breaking and entering.
Mr Bridger: Does he really NEED all this equipment?
'Camp' Freddie: He SAYS he does...
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