Valet Quotes in Batman Begins (2005)


Valet Quotes:

  • Valet: Nice car.

    Bruce Wayne: You should see my other one.

  • Charlie Croker: This is it, guys. Moment of truth.

    [there is a street party going on ahead of them]

    Charlie Croker: What the hell is this?

    [he stops]

    Charlie Croker: Shit! Steve's neighbors throwing a party.

    Valet: [someone approaches him] Are you here for the Baker party, Sir?

    Charlie Croker: No.

  • Dante Marcus: 240 bucks for breakfast?

    Valet: It *is* the most important meal of the day.

  • [last lines]

    Lydia Mercer: I'm going to assume that's a family heirloom?

    Nick Cassidy: It is now.

    Valet: Drinks all around!

  • Valet: You got anything smaller?

    Wes Luger: Keep it.

    Valet: Anything larger?

  • Valet: Sir, F.R.0.7. has just arrived, in an incredible automobile.

    Brigadier G: Ah! Good. Show him in.

    Valet: Um, yes sir, just to warn you, though... he's a frog.

    Brigadier G: That's no way to talk about our loyal French allies!

    Valet: No, sir, what I mean is, he's green.

    Brigadier G: Nonsense! He's their most experienced man!

    Valet: Hmmm... I'll show him in, shall I?

  • Valet: [to Isabel, who is trying to convince Jack that she is actually a witch] Miss, could you direct me to your car.

    Jack Wyatt: [sarcastically] Oh, she doesn't need a car, she has a broomstick.

  • Valet: Mr. Vaughn, I thought you were starting tonight.

    Rick Vaughn: I did.

    Valet: Oh, sorry. I didn't tune in until the 2nd inning.

  • Valet: [Arrives with her car keys] You're the pink Mercedes?

    'Dr.' Shirlee Kenyon: No, I'm Shirlee Kenyon. I drive a pink Mercedes.

  • Valet: Who are you here to see?

    Jon: Arlene Setters.

    Valet: Ah yes, the bitch. 907.

  • King Achmet: So they're blaming me, huh?

    Valet: For everything. They're even telling jokes about your majesty.

    King Achmet: Are they funny?

    Valet: No.

    King Achmet: That's bad.

  • [last lines]

    Valet: Checking in?

    Jim: That we are.

  • [first lines]

    Valet: Is everything okay, sir?

    William Hundert: Fine, thank you. Here.

    [reaches into his pocket]

    William Hundert: Let me, uh...

    Valet: That's not necessary, sir.

    [walks away]

    William Hundert: [narrating] As I've gotten older, I realize I'm certain of only two things. Days that begin with rowing on a lake are better than days that do not. Second, a man's character is his fate. And as a student of history, I find this hard to refute. For most of us our stories can be written long before we die. There are exceptions among the great men of history, but they are rare, and I am not one of them. I am a teacher - simply that. I taught for 34 years. One day I stopped teaching. Those were the facts of my life's chronicle. The last chapter had been written. My book was closed.

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