Williams Quotes in Enter the Dragon (1973)


Williams Quotes:

  • 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: but,


    Williams: I'll take you darling,


    Williams: and you,


    Williams: and you,


    Williams: and


    Williams: 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.

    Williams: What?

    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?

    Hannah: Yeah.

    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.

    Williams: 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!

    RooneyCaesarMichael DunnCorbetWilliams: Yes, Brother.

    Brother Constance: Yes Brother what?

    RooneyCaesarMichael DunnCorbetWilliams: 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.

    [Briggs leaves]

    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. ¡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?

    [Bennet shrugs]

    Williams: You know best, I'm sure. You're the expert. But remember, Mr. Bennet: one. Hm? Only one.

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