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Quotes for
The Old Man (Character)
from RoboCop (1987)

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RoboCop 2 (1990)
Mayor Kuzack: So you deliberately undermined our credit.
Holzgang: That was the easy part.
Mayor Kuzack: And engineered the police strike. Do you want Detroit to-to... to tear itself apart so you can raid it like you would any other corporation? Do you know how many people are dying out there? You're murderers.
Holzgang: I'd advise you to say nothing further. It might be... actionable.
Mayor Kuzack: It's bullshit! BULLSHIT, YA SENILE OLD BASTARD!
Poulos: All right, calm down.
Mayor Kuzack: It's bullshit!
Poulos: I think we better get out of here.
Mayor Kuzack: I'm okay!
Poulos: Calm down. I-I think we'd better leave.
Mayor Kuzack: I'm calm.
Poulos: Calm down.
[Kuzack and Poulous head towards the door]
Mayor Kuzack: I'm okay. I'm okay.
Poulos: All right. Good.
Mayor Kuzack: I'm in control. Everything is fine. It's okay. I'm fine.
Mayor Kuzack: [stops and turns around] One last thing, gentlemen: we will sue your asses.
The Old Man: Give it your best shot.
Mayor Kuzack: FUCK YOU, YA OLD SENILE BASTARD! This is bullshit! Fuck you! This is bullshit!

The Old Man: [watching the Robocops fight] *Behave* yourselves!

The Old Man: Sometimes we just have to start over, from scratch, to make things right, and that's exactly what we're going to do. We're going to build a brand-new city where Detroit now stands - an example to the world.

The Old Man: This could look bad for OCP, Johnson. Scramble the best spin team we have.

The Old Man: City Hall is the decaying symbol of mismanagement and corruption.

The Old Man: These days, neighborhoods just seem to be the sort of places where bad things happen. Don't be nostalgic.

The Old Man: It's only money. What about criminal proceedings?

Mayor Kuzack: How are we supposed to raise that kind of money with things the way they are?
The Old Man: You aren't.
Mayor Kuzack: What the hell is he talking about?
The Old Man: We don't expect you to pay.
Holzgang: Let me refer you to our contract. "In the event of default, OCP shall have the uncontested right of foreclosure on all city assets."
Poulos: [reading contract for himself, then to the Mayor] You SIGNED this.
Mayor Kuzack: So you're saying we miss one payment and you can foreclose.
The Old Man: We can and we will. We're taking Detroit private.

Donald Johnson: Uh, sir, what if this was all the work of one individual person who had her own agenda that wasn't in sync with the goals of our company?
The Old Man: Well... that usually works. A woman who was not a team player, who violated our trust?

RoboCop (1987)
[last lines]
The Old Man: Nice shootin', son. What's your name?
RoboCop: Murphy.

The Old Man: [held at gunpoint by Jones] Dick, you're *fired*!
[Directive 4 limitation against Jones is cancelled]
RoboCop: Thank you.
[shoots Jones]

[ED-209 has malfunctioned during a demonstration, killing Kinney in the boardroom]
The Old Man: Dick, I'm very disappointed.
Dick Jones: I'm sure it's only a glitch, a temporary setback.
The Old Man: [raises his voice in anger] You call this a GLITCH?
The Old Man: We're scheduled to begin construction in six months. Your "temporary setback" could cost us fifty million dollars in interest payments alone!

The Old Man: Old Detroit has a cancer. The cancer is crime, and it must be cut out before we employ the two million workers that will breathe life into this city again.

The Old Man: These are serious charges. What is your evidence?

The Old Man: My friends, I've had this dream for more than a decade now, a dream which I've invited you all to share with me.

The Old Man: Maybe what we need here is a fresh perspective.