Williams Quotes in Enter the Dragon (1973)
Williams: Man, you come right out of a comic book.
Williams: Mr. Han, suddenly I wish to leave your island.
Han: It is not possible.
Williams: Bullshit, Mr. Han-man!
Han: Your style is unorthodox.
Williams: But effective.
Williams: Ghettoes are the same all over the world. They stink.
Tania: Mr. Williams.
Tania: MR. WILLIAMS!
Williams: For me?
Tania: [Tania nods]
Williams: You shouldn't have
Williams: I'll take you darling,
Williams: and you,
Williams: and you,
Williams: Please understand, if I missed anyone,
Williams: it's been a big day. I'm a little tired.
Tania: Oh of course, Mister Williams.
Tania: You must conserve your strength.
Han: Are you shocked Mr Williams?
Williams: Only at how sloppy your man works.
Han: We are all ready to win, just as we are born knowing only life. It is defeat that you must learn to prepare for.
Williams: I don't waste my time with it. When it comes, I won't even notice.
Han: Oh? How so?
Williams: I'll be too busy looking gooood.
Roper: What's the matter? You on a diet?
Williams: I'd like to eat, if I can find something I can keep down.
Bates: He may show what outward courage he will; but I believe, as cold a night as 'tis, he could wish himself in Thames up to the neck; and so I would he were, and I by him.
Williams: But if the cause be not good, the King himself hath a heavy reckoning to make, when all those legs and arms and heads, chopped off in a battle, shall join together at the latter day and cry all, "We died at such a place," some swearing, some crying for a surgeon, some upon their wives left poor behind them, some upon the debts they owe, some upon their children rawly left. I am afeard there are few die well in a battle; for how can they charitably dispose of anything when blood is their argument?
Rabinowitz: [Reaching over a picket fence] It's locked. From the inside.
Williams: [Becoming frantic] We're gonna die and...
Col. Denton Walters: [Grabbing Williams by the shirt] Get a hold of yourself, man!
Harbinger: Blow it.
Rabinowitz: It's not our property.
Williams: [Taking one of their contraband cigarettes and leaving them the rest] Thanks, girls. Try not to burn the place down.
Christine: Speaking of shitty deals, whose bright idea was it to put Kira and Michael on this project together?
Williams: What are you talking about?
Christine: What I'm talking about is Kira used to work for that prick out on the streets.
Christine: Yeah, when he wasn't beating her ass. She rolled over on him and now because of you guys, he's here and he's been fucking stalking her the whole time.
Williams: I'm glad you got cleared for this project, Christine. Out of everyone here, I think you got the mosr potential.
Christine: Do you, now?
Williams: I've seen everyone's file. I know your story; why you attacked your stepfathar, what happened to your sister. You got a shitty deal.
Williams: Nice rock.
Hannah: Thank you.
Williams: Why's it on your right hand?
Hannah: I am, uh, test driving it. I haven't given him an answer yet.
Williams: Why? He's decent, right?
Williams: Got all his own teeth?
Hannah: [laughs] Yeah.
Williams: What are you waiting for?
Christine: It can't be him. I shot him in the head.
Tye: Holy shit. Wait a minute, you shot that freak that plucked all those people's eyes out.
Christine: Wait, what does he want with Kira?
Williams: I'm not sure. Last time, he killed all of his victims except one. We thinkg he was keeping her, because she had tattoos. Stuff like crosses, religious markings.
Christine: Kira has religious tattoos.
Williams: What the hell's going on out there?
Sasha: I got everything under control.
Williams: Any good news?
Cooper: Look, I'm glad you're excited about gravity, bud, but you're not getting anymore answers until I get assurances.
Cooper: [Covers Murph's ears] Yeah. Like that we're getting out of here. And I don't mean in the trunk of some car.
Brother Constance: Are you familiar with the term "miserable"? Because miserable is what I'm going to make your miserable lives, every miserable minute of every miserable day!
Rooney, Caesar, Michael Dunn, Corbet, Williams: Yes, Brother.
Brother Constance: Yes Brother what?
Rooney, Caesar, Michael Dunn, Corbet, Williams: Yes Brother, miserable, Brother.
Rooney: [Standing in line for confession] Hey, Williams, you got your list?
Williams: Oh, yeah.
Rooney: Let's have a look.
[Reading Williams' list]
Rooney: Jesus! You got here you jerked off 168 times? And it's been one month since your last confession? That's an average of...
Williams: 5.6 times a day.
Rooney: Oh, my God, you can't tell him that. He'll cut your balls off.
[Brother William brings the five into the gymnasium, where Brother Constance is standing in front of the exercise horse]
Brother Constance: That's far enough. Thank you, brother.
[Brother William leaves]
Brother Constance: Gentlemen, we will dispense with the traditional accusation denial ritual. It is such a bore, and not likely to convince me that I don't have before me right now at least one, if not all of the vandals. But since I'm a just man with no taste for punishing the innocent, I will afford the guilty the opportunity to speak now and to save the innocent from an impending state of wretchedness. Well?
Rooney: Could you repeat that, brother?
Brother Constance: [walks toward Rooney] Shut up. All right, who did it? Speak now or you will all suffer for it.
Michael Dunn: I did.
Brother Constance: [walks to Michael] Mr. Dunn.
Rooney: He didn't do it. Uh, Williams did it.
Williams: What do you mean "I did it"? Corbet did it.
Corbet: No, it was Caesar's idea to take the head off.
[the five protests and argue about the incident]
Brother Constance: [impatient and angry] All right. All right! That's enough!
[the boys fall silent]
Brother Constance: Have it your own way, gentlemen.
Williams: [Answering the phone] Hello who is this?
Mark Collins: This is experiment number 4, heard your team got it's ass kicked today.
Briggs: Mr. Williams?
Williams: [watching Bennet waiting for Taylor's Gang] What do you want, Briggs? I wish you wouldn't bother me right now.
Briggs: Well, Mr. Taylor's here.
Williams: [gasps] Taylor? Well, bring him in at once!
[Briggs opens the door for Taylor, whose clothes are covered in dust]
Sam Taylor: Excuse my clothes. Naturally, I was greeted with the news the minute that I arrived. There was no time for me to change.
Williams: No need to apologize. You're the boss around here, hm?
Sam Taylor: But I hear the fella you've got working for you now is actually Beauregard Bennet.
Williams: Bennet, yes. However, your boys are all real smart.
Sam Taylor: Of course. This should be most interesting.
[referring to William's window]
Sam Taylor: You have a beautiful view from here.
Williams: Excellent. Briggs, another chair. Ah, I believe the performance is about to begin.
[Taylor's Gang and the sheriff ride into town]
Williams: Why, I'm just an ordinary citizen who's preoccupied with one of our problems here. You see, Bennet, for months now in Purgatory City, we've had a terrible time. A certain Sam Taylor has hired a bunch of gunmen and murderers, and with his gang's support, he's manged to gain control of the entire community.
Solomon 'Beauregard' Bennet: [gesturing to Briggs] Listen, I only came here because your man said you'd tell me where I could find my friend Aaron.
Williams: Outside, Briggs.
Williams: The two things are connected. You see, Taylor controls the sheriff, and the sheriff controls your friend.
Solomon 'Beauregard' Bennet: In jail?
Williams: That's right. But, you won't find him in the local jail, he's really well hidden. And I know their hiding-place.
Solomon 'Beauregard' Bennet: So what?
Williams: So, one good turn deserves another. You restore freedom in Purgatory City. In turn, I promise the freedom of your friend Aaron; plus a little sum from my fellow citizens as an expression... of gratitude, say five thousand dollars.
Solomon 'Beauregard' Bennet: They put a small price on gratitude.
Williams: Very well. Will you accept if I double it?
Solomon 'Beauregard' Bennet: Mm. Â¡Muy bien.
Williams: Taylor's out of town. He's not due till tomorrow; you should take advantage of that.
Solomon 'Beauregard' Bennet: Take advantage of it?
Williams: Mm-hm. Get rid of his gang before he comes back. Now be careful, don't get me wrong. This is a peaceful city. You must avoid a massacre.
Solomon 'Beauregard' Bennet: In a case like this, the only person you kill is the boss. That breaks up the gang. Do you know who leads them?
Williams: Oh, yes - Reagan. That hombre's a mad killer. Extremely dangerous. But, Bennet... what do you plan to do?
Williams: You know best, I'm sure. You're the expert. But remember, Mr. Bennet: one. Hm? Only one.
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