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Captain America (Character)
from Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
[about to fight a squadron of black ops]
Steve Rogers: Before we get started, does anyone want to get out?

Nick Fury: These new long range precision guns can eliminate a thousand hostiles a minute. The satellites can read a terrorist's DNA before he steps outside his spider hole. We gonna neutralize a lot of threats before they even happen.
Steve Rogers: I thought the punishment usually came *after* the crime.
Nick Fury: We can't afford to wait that long.
Steve Rogers: Who's "we"?
Nick Fury: After New York, I convinced the World Security Council we needed a quantum surgeon threat analysis. For once we're way ahead of the curve.
Steve Rogers: By holding a gun at everyone on Earth and calling it protection.
Nick Fury: You know, I read those SSR files. Greatest generation? You guys did some nasty stuff.
Steve Rogers: Yeah, we compromised. Sometimes in ways that made us not sleep so well. But we did it so the people could be free. This isn't freedom, this is fear.
Nick Fury: S.H.I.E.L.D. takes the world as it is, not as we'd like to be. And it's getting damn near past time for you get with that program, Cap.
Steve Rogers: Don't hold your breath.

Natasha Romanoff: Did you do anything fun Saturday night?
Steve Rogers: Well, all the guys from my barbershop quartet are dead, so, no, not really.
Natasha Romanoff: You know, if you ask Kristen out, from Statistics, she'd probably say yes.
Steve Rogers: That's why I don't ask.
Natasha Romanoff: Too shy, or too scared?
Steve Rogers: Too busy!
[Jumps out of the plane]
Strike Agent: Was he wearing a parachute?
Brock Rumlow: [Smiles] No. No, he wasn't.

Sam Wilson: Look, whoever he used to be and the guy he is now, I don't think he's the kind you save. He's the kind you stop.
Steve Rogers: I don't know if I can do that.
Sam Wilson: Well, he might not give you a choice. He doesn't know you.
Steve Rogers: He will. Gear up. It's time.
Sam Wilson: You gonna wear that?
Steve Rogers: No. If you're gonna fight a war, you got to wear a uniform.

[from trailer]
Alexander Pierce: Are you ready for the world to see you as you really are? Look out the window, you know how the game works: disorder, war, all it takes is one step.
Steve Rogers: I thought the punishment usually came AFTER the crime.

Natasha Romanoff: I know who killed Fury. Most of the intelligence community doesn't believe he exists. The ones that do call him the Winter Soldier. He's credited over two dozen assassinations in the last 50 years.
Steve Rogers: So he's a ghost story.
Natasha Romanoff: Five years ago I was escorting a nuclear engineer out of Iran, somebody shot at my tires near Odessa. We lost control, went straight over a cliff, I pulled us out, but the Winter Soldier was there. I was covering my engineer, so he shot him straight *through* me.
[Shows him the bullet would on her stomach]
Natasha Romanoff: A Soviet slug, no rifling. Bye-bye bikinis.
Steve Rogers: [sarcastic] Yeah, I bet you look terrible in them now.
Natasha Romanoff: Going after him is a dead end. I know, I've tried. Like you said, he's a ghost story.
Steve Rogers: Well, let's find out what the ghost wants.

Natasha Romanoff: Tell me about the shooter.
Steve Rogers: He's fast. Strong. Had a metal arm.

Steve Rogers: You just can't stop yourself from lying, can you?
Nick Fury: I didn't lie. Agent Romanoff had a different mission than yours.
Steve Rogers: Which you didn't feel obliged to share.
Nick Fury: I'm not obliged to do anything.
Steve Rogers: Those hostages could have died, Nick.
Nick Fury: I sent the greatest soldier in history to make sure that didn't happen.
Steve Rogers: Soldiers trust each other. That's what make it an army. Not a bunch of guys running around shooting guns.
Nick Fury: Last time I trusted someone, I lost an eye. Look, I didn't want you doing anything you weren't comfortable with. Agent Romanoff is comfortable with everything.
Steve Rogers: I can't lead a mission when the people I'm leading have missions of their own.
Nick Fury: It's called compartmentalization. Nobody spills the secrets, because nobody knows them all.
Steve Rogers: Except you.
Nick Fury: You're wrong about me. I do share. I'm nice like that.

Sam Wilson: Hey, Cap, how do we know the good guys from the bad guys?
Steve Rogers: If they're shooting at you, they're bad.

Steve Rogers: People are gonna die, Buck. I can't let that happen.

Natasha Romanoff: Hey, fellas. Either one of you know where the Smithsonian is? I'm here to pick up a fossil.
Steve Rogers: That's hilarious.

Nick Fury: We have to assume everyone aboard those carriers is HYDRA. We have to get past them, insert these server blades. And maybe, just maybe we can salvage what's left...
Steve Rogers: We're not salvaging anything. We're not just taking down the carriers, Nick. We're taking down S.H.I.E.L.D.
Nick Fury: S.H.I.E.L.D. had nothing to do with this.
Steve Rogers: You gave me this mission. This is how it ends. S.H.I.E.L.D.'s been compromised. You said so yourself. HYDRA grew under right your nose and nobody noticed.
Nick Fury: Why do you think we're meeting in this cave? I noticed.
Steve Rogers: How many paid the price before you did?
Nick Fury: Look, I didn't know about Barnes.
Steve Rogers: Even if you had, would you have told me? Or would you have compartmentalized that, too? S.H.I.E.L.D., HYDRA, it all goes.
Maria Hill: He's right.
Sam Wilson: [Fury glances at Natasha, who gives a quiet indication of the same opinion. Fury then looks at Wilson] Don't look at me. I do what he does, just slower.
Nick Fury: Well... It looks like you're giving the orders now, Captain.

Sam Wilson: You're a lot heavier than you look.
Steve Rogers: I had a big breakfast.

[first lines]
Steve Rogers: On your left.

Steve Rogers: [after Natasha takes the flash drive Steve hid in a vending machine] Where is it?
Natasha Romanoff: Safe.
Steve Rogers: Do better!
Natasha Romanoff: Where did you get it?
Steve Rogers: Why would I tell you?
Natasha Romanoff: Fury gave it to you. Why?
Steve Rogers: What's on it?
Natasha Romanoff: I don't know.
Steve Rogers: Stop lying!
Natasha Romanoff: I only act like I know everything, Rogers.

Natasha Romanoff: Where did Captain America learn to steal a car?
Steve Rogers: Nazi Germany. And we're borrowing. Get your feet off the dash.

Natasha Romanoff: Alright, I have a question for you, of which you do not have to answer. I feel like if you don't answer it though, you're kind of answering it, you know?
Steve Rogers: What?
Natasha Romanoff: Was that your first kiss since 1945?
Steve Rogers: That bad, huh?
Natasha Romanoff: I didn't say that.
Steve Rogers: Well, it kind of sounds like that's what you're saying.
Natasha Romanoff: No, I didn't. I just wondered how much practice you had.
Steve Rogers: I don't need practice.
Natasha Romanoff: Everybody needs practice.
Steve Rogers: It was not my first kiss since 1945. I'm 95, I'm not dead.

Steve Rogers: Bucky?
Bucky Barnes: Who the hell is Bucky?

[last lines]
Sam Wilson: You're going after him.
Steve Rogers: You don't have to come...
Sam Wilson: I know. When do we start?

Natasha Romanoff: Five years ago, I was escorting a nuclear engineer out of Iran. Somebody shot out my tires near Odessa. We lost control, went straight over a cliff. I pulled us out. But the Winter Solider was there. I was covering my engineer so he shot him straight through me. Soviet slug. No rifling. Bye-bye, bikinis.
Steve Rogers: [sarcastic] Yeah, I bet you look terrible in them now.

Steve Rogers: You know me.
The Winter Soldier: No, I don't!
[attacks Steve]
Steve Rogers: Bucky. you've known me your entire life. Your name is James Buchanan Barnes...
The Winter Soldier: SHUT UP!
[hits Steve]
Steve Rogers: I'm not gonna fight you. You're my friend.
[drops his shield]
The Winter Soldier: [Lunges at Steve and repeatedly pummels him] You're my mission! YOU ARE MY MISSION!
Steve Rogers: [bruised and bloodied just as the Winter Soldier is about to deliver a final blow] Then finish it. 'Cause I'm with you 'til the end of the line.

Natasha Romanoff: Shall we play a game?
[Smiles and turns to Steve]
Natasha Romanoff: It's from a movie that...
Steve Rogers: Yeah, I saw it.

Natasha Romanoff: Kiss me.
Steve Rogers: What?
Natasha Romanoff: Public displays of affection make people very uncomfortable.
Steve Rogers: Yes, they do.
[Natasha grabs and kisses Rogers, causing a passing Rumlow to look away uncomfortably]
Natasha Romanoff: [uncomfortable herself] You still uncomfortable?
Steve Rogers: [even more uncomfortable] That's not exactly the word I would use.

Brock Rumlow: The target is a mobile satellite launch platform: The Lemurian Star. It was sending up their last payload when pirates took them, ninety-three minutes ago.
Steve Rogers: Any demands?
Brock Rumlow: A billion and a half.
Steve Rogers: Why so steep?
Brock Rumlow: Because it SHIELD's.
Steve Rogers: [sighs] So it's not off course, it's trespassing.
Natasha Romanoff: I'm sure they have a good reason.
Steve Rogers: You know, I'm getting a little tired of being Fury's janitor.

[Captain America and Batroc fight]
Georges Batroc: [In French] I thought you were more than a shield.
[the Captain puts the shield on his back, and takes off his mask]
Steve Rogers: [in French] We'll see.

Steve Rogers: You should be proud of yourself, Peggy.
[looks at Peggy's family photos by her table bedside her, showing her with her husband and children]
Peggy Carter: Mm. I have lived a life. My only regret is that you didn't get to live yours.
[Sees Steve is downcast]
Peggy Carter: What is it?
Steve Rogers: For as long as I can remember I just wanted to do what was right. I guess I'm not quite sure what that is anymore. And I thought I could throw myself back in and follow orders, serve. It's just not the same.
Peggy Carter: [chuckles] You're always so dramatic. Look, you saved the world. We rather... mucked it up.
Steve Rogers: You didn't. Knowing that you helped found SHIELD is half the reason I stay.
Peggy Carter: [takes Steve's hand] The world has changed, and none of us can go back. All we can do is our best, and sometimes the best that we can do is to start over.

Natasha Romanoff: The truth is a matter of circumstances, it's not all things to all people all the time. And neither am I.
Steve Rogers: That's a tough way to live.
Natasha Romanoff: It's a good way not to die, though.
Steve Rogers: You know, it's kind of hard to trust someone when you don't know who that someone really is.
Natasha Romanoff: Yeah. Who do you want me to be?
Steve Rogers: How about a friend?
Natasha Romanoff: [chuckles] Well, there's a chance you might be in the wrong business, Rogers.

Steve Rogers: Even when I had nothing, I had Bucky.

Steve Rogers: We have nowhere else to go.
Natasha Romanoff: Everyone we know is trying to kill us.
Sam Wilson: [takes them in] Not everyone...

Steve Rogers: Arlim Zola was a German scientist who worked with the Red Skull. He's been dead for years.
Dr. Arnim Zola: [inside a machine] First correction, I am Swiss. Second, look around you, I have never been more alive! In 1972, I received a terminal diagnosis. Science could not save my body. My mind, however, that was worth saving... on two hundred thousand feet of data banks! You are standing in my brain!

Sam Wilson: [after a VA meeting] Well, if it isn't the Running Man.
Steve Rogers: I saw the last few minutes, it was intense.
Sam Wilson: Yeah, brother, we all got the same problems. Guilt, regret.
Steve Rogers: You lose someone?
Sam Wilson: y wingman, Riley. Fly in the night mission. A standard PJ rescue op, nothing we hadn't done a thousand times before, till RPG knock Riley's dumb ass out of the sky. Nothing I could do. It's like I was up there just to watch.
Steve Rogers: I'm sorry.
Sam Wilson: After that, I had really hard time finding a reason for being over there, you know?
Steve Rogers: But you're happy now, back in the world?
Sam Wilson: Hey, the number of people giving me orders is down to about zero. So, hell, yeah. You thinking about getting out?
Steve Rogers: No. I don't know. To be honest, I don't know what I would do with myself if I did.
Sam Wilson: Ultimate fighting?
[Steve laughs]
Sam Wilson: It's just a great idea off the top of my head. But seriously, you could do whatever you want to do. What makes you happy?
Steve Rogers: [Caught off guard by the question] I don't know.

Sam Wilson: You must miss the good old days, huh?
Steve Rogers: Well, things aren't so bad. Food's a lot better, we used to boil everything. No polio is good. Internet, so helpful. I've been reading that a lot trying to catch up.

Kate: Captain.
Steve Rogers: Neighbor.

Peggy Carter: Steve. You're alive. You came back.
Steve Rogers: Yeah, Peggy.
Peggy Carter: It's been so long. So long.
Steve Rogers: Well, I couldn't leave my best girl. Not when she owes me a dance.

Steve Rogers: [gets into Black Widow's car] Can't run everywhere.
Sam Wilson: No, you can't.

Steve Rogers: [in an elevator] You know, they used to play music.
Nick Fury: Yeah. My grandfather operated one of these things for forty years. My granddad - worked in a nice building, he got good tips. He'd walk home every night, roll of ones stuffed in his lunch bag. He'd say "hi", people would say hi back. Time went on, neighborhood got rougher. He'd say "Hi", they'd say, "Keep on steppin'." Granddad got to grippin' that lunch bag a little tighter.
Steve Rogers: Did he ever get mugged?
Nick Fury: [laughs] Every week some punk would say, "What's in the bag?"
Steve Rogers: Well, what did he do?
Nick Fury: He'd show 'em. A bunch of crumpled ones... and loaded 0.22 Magnum. Granddad loved people. But he didn't trust them very much.

Natasha Romanoff: After WWII, S.H.I.E.L.D. recruited German scientists with strategic value.
Dr. Arnim Zola: So I could help their cause. I also helped my own.
Steve Rogers: HYDRA died with the Red Skull.
Dr. Arnim Zola: Cut off one head, two more shall take its place.

Natasha Romanoff: What about the nurse that lives across the hall from you? She seems kind of nice.
Steve Rogers: Secure the engine room, then find me a date.
Natasha Romanoff: I'm multitasking.

Brock Rumlow: Whoa, big guy. I just want you to know, Cap, this isn't personal!
[tries to attack Rogers... KO]
Steve Rogers: It kind of feels personal.

Jasper Sitwell: Is this little display meant to insinuate that you're gonna throw me off the roof? Because it's really not your style, Rogers.
Steve Rogers: You're right. It's not. It's hers.
[Natasha throws Sitwell off the roof]
Natasha Romanoff: Oh, wait. What about that girl from accounting, Laura, Lisa...?
Steve Rogers: Lillian. Lip piercing, right?
Natasha Romanoff: Yeah, she's cute.
Steve Rogers: Yeah, I'm not ready for that.

Jasper Sitwell: Zola'a algorithm is a program for choosing Insight's targets.
Steve Rogers: What targets?
Jasper Sitwell: You! A TV anchor in Cairo, the Under Secretary of Defense, a high school valedictorian in Iowa City, Bruce Banner, Stephen Strange, anyone who's a threat to HYDRA. Now, or in the future.
Steve Rogers: In the future? How could it know?
Jasper Sitwell: How could it not? The 21st century is a digital book. Zola told HYDRA how to read it. Your bank records, medical histories, voting patterns, emails, phone calls, your damn SAT scores! Zola's algorithm evaluates people's past to predict their future.
Steve Rogers: And what then?
Jasper Sitwell: Oh, my God. Pierce is gonna kill me.
Steve Rogers: What then?
Jasper Sitwell: Then the Insight helicarriers scratch people off the list. A few million at a time.

Steve Rogers: Attention all S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, this is Steve Rogers. You're heard a lot about me over the last few days. Some of you were even ordered to hunt me down. But I think it's time to tell the truth. S.H.I.E.L.D. is not what we thought it was. It's been taken over by HYDRA. Alexander Pierce is their leader. The S.T.R.I.K.E. and Insight crew are HYDRA as well. I don't know how many more, but I know they're in the building. They could be standing right next to you. They almost have what they want. Absolute control. They shot Nick Fury. And it won't end there. If you launch those helicarriers today, HYDRA will be able to kill anyone that stands in their way. Unless we stop them. I know I'm asking a lot. But the price of freedom is high. It always has been. And it's a price I'm willing to pay. And if I'm the only one, then so be it. But I'm willing to bet I'm not.
Sam Wilson: Did you write that down first, or was it off the top off your head?

Steve Rogers: This is it?
[sees he's at his old army base]
Natasha Romanoff: Well, the file came from these coordinates.
Steve Rogers: So did I.

Natasha Romanoff: First rule of going on the run is: "Don't run. Walk."
Steve Rogers: [in a pair of loose shoes] If I run in these shoes they're going to fall off

Natasha Romanoff: [on the Winter Soldier] Going after him is a dead end. I know, I've tried. Like you said, he's a ghost story.
Steve Rogers: Well, let's find out what the ghost wants.

Steve Rogers: [Comes home to find Fury in his apartment] I don't remember giving you a key.
Nick Fury: You really think I'd need one? My wife kicked me out.
Steve Rogers: Didn't know you were married.
Nick Fury: There are a lot of things you don't know about me.
Steve Rogers: I know, Nick. That's the problem.
[Flicks on a light, notices Fury is injured, is about to say something, but Fury gestures for him to be silent]
Nick Fury: [Holds up a message on his phone: EARS EVERYWHERE] I'm sorry to have do this, but I had no place else to crash.
[Holds about another message: SHIELD COMPROMISED]
Steve Rogers: Who else knows about your wife?
Nick Fury: [Another message: YOU AND ME] Just... my friends.
Steve Rogers: Is that what we are?
Nick Fury: That's up to you.

Natasha Romanoff: When I first joined SHIELD, I thought it was going straight. But I guess I just traded in the KGB for HYDRA. I thought I knew whose lies I was telling, but... I guess I can't tell the difference anymore.
Steve Rogers: There's a chance you might be in the wrong business.
Natasha Romanoff: [Smiles slightly] I owe you.
Steve Rogers: It's okay.
Natasha Romanoff: If it was the other way around, and it was down to me to save your life, and you be honest with me, would you trust me to do it?
Steve Rogers: I would now. And I'm always honest.
Natasha Romanoff: Well, you seem pretty chipper for someone who just found out they died for nothing.
Steve Rogers: Well, I guess I just like to know who I'm fighting.

The Avengers (2012)
Steve Rogers: Is everything a joke to you?
Tony Stark: Funny things are.

Steve Rogers: [about Coulson] Was he married?
Tony Stark: No. There was a, uh... cellist. I think.
Steve Rogers: I'm sorry. He seemed like a good man.
Tony Stark: He was an idiot.
Steve Rogers: Why? For believing?
Tony Stark: For taking on Loki alone.
Steve Rogers: He was doing his job.
Tony Stark: [scoffs] He was out of his league. He should have waited. He should have...
Steve Rogers: Sometimes there isn't a way out, Tony.
Tony Stark: Right, I've heard that before.
Steve Rogers: Is this the first time you've lost a soldier?
Tony Stark: WE ARE NOT SOLDIERS! I am not marching to Fury's fife!
Steve Rogers: Neither am I! He's got the same blood on his hands that Loki does. But right now we've got to put that behind us and get this done.

[Stark suits up to chase Thor and Loki]
Steve Rogers: Stark, we need a plan of attack!
Tony Stark: I have a plan: attack!

Steve Rogers: Doctor Banner, now might be a good time for you to get angry.
Bruce Banner: That's my secret, Captain: I'm always angry.
[Banner hulks out and punches the Leviathan]

Steve Rogers: Thor, what's his play?
Thor: He has an army, called the Chitauri. They're not of Asgard or any world known. He means to lead them against your people. They will win him the Earth. In return, I suspect, for the Tesseract.
Steve Rogers: An army. From outer space.
Bruce Banner: So he's building another portal. That's what he needs Erik Selvig for.
Thor: Selvig?
Bruce Banner: He's an astrophysicist.
Thor: He's a friend.
Natasha Romanoff: Loki has them under some kind of spell. Along with one of ours.
Steve Rogers: I wanna know why Loki let us take him. He's not leading an army from here.
Bruce Banner: I don't think we should be focusing on Loki. That guy's brain is a bag full of cats. You can smell crazy on him.
Thor: Have a care how you speak! Loki is beyond reason, but he is of Asgard and he is my brother!
Natasha Romanoff: He killed eighty people in two days.
Thor: He's adopted.

Steve Rogers: Word is you can find the cube.
Bruce Banner: Is that the only word on me?
Steve Rogers: Only word I care about.

Steve Rogers: What's the matter, scared of a little lightning?
Loki: I'm not overly fond of what follows...
[Thor appears]

Steve Rogers: Are you nuts?
Tony Stark: Jury's out.

Steve Rogers: We have orders, we should follow them.
Tony Stark: Following's not really my style.
Steve Rogers: And you're all about style, aren't you?
Tony Stark: Of the people in this room, which one is A - wearing a spangly outfit and B - not of use?

Steve Rogers: Big man in a suit of armour. Take that off, what are you?
Tony Stark: Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist.
Steve Rogers: I know guys with none of that worth ten of you. I've seen the footage. The only thing you really fight for is yourself. You're not the guy to make the sacrifice play, to lay down on a wire and let the other guy crawl over you.
Tony Stark: I think I would just cut the wire.
Steve Rogers: Always a way out... You know, you may not be a threat, but you better stop pretending to be a hero.
Tony Stark: A hero? Like you? You're a lab rat, Rogers. Everything special about you came out of a bottle!
Steve Rogers: Put on the suit. Let's go a few rounds.

Steve Rogers: You think you can hold them off?
Clint Barton: Captain, it would be my genuine pleasure.

Tony Stark: [regaining consciousness] What just happened? Please tell me nobody kissed me.
Steve Rogers: We won.
Tony Stark: Alright. Hey. Alright. Good job, guys. Let's just not come in tomorrow. Let's just take a day. Have you ever tried shawarma? There's a shawarma joint about two blocks from here. I don't know what it is, but I wanna try it.

Nick Fury: Having trouble sleeping?
Steve Rogers: I've been asleep for 70 years. I think I've had enough rest.

Steve Rogers: When I went under, the world was at war. I wake up, they say we won. They didn't say what we lost.
Nick Fury: We've made some mistakes along the way. Some, very recently.
Steve Rogers: Are you here with a mission, sir?
Nick Fury: I am.
Steve Rogers: Trying to get me back in the world?
Nick Fury: Trying to save it.
[Fury shows a file of the Tesseract]
Steve Rogers: HYDRA's secret weapon.
Nick Fury: Howard Stark fished that out of the ocean when he was looking for you. He thought what we think: the Tesseract could be the key to unlimited sustainable energy. That's something the world sorely needs.
Steve Rogers: Who took it from you?
Nick Fury: He's called Loki. He's not from around here. There's a lot we'll have to bring you up to speed on if you're in. The world has gotten even stranger than you already know.
Steve Rogers: At this point, I doubt anything would surprise me.
Nick Fury: Ten bucks says you're wrong. There's a debriefing packet waiting for you at your apartment. Is there anything you can tell us about the Tesseract that we ought to know now?
Steve Rogers: You should have left it in the ocean.

Steve Rogers: Have you got a suit?
Clint Barton: Yeah.
Steve Rogers: Then suit up.

Loki: Kneel before me. I said, KNEEL!
[Loki stamps his scepter on the ground, causing a shockwave that intimidates the crowd into silence as they all kneel before him]
Loki: Is not this simpler? Is this not your natural state? It's the unspoken truth of humanity, that you crave subjugation. The bright lure of freedom diminishes your life's joy in a mad scramble for power, for identity. You were made to be ruled. In the end, you will always kneel.
German Old Man: [slowly rises to his feet] Not to men like you.
Loki: [smiling] There are no men like me.
German Old Man: There are *always* men like you.
Loki: Look to your elder, people. Let him be an example.
[Loki aims a blast of power from his scepter at the old man when Captain America leaps in front of the intended target, deflecting the blast with his shield back at Loki, knocking him down]
Steve Rogers: You know, the last time I was in Germany and saw a man standing above everybody else, we ended up disagreeing.
Loki: The soldier. A man out of time.
Steve Rogers: I'm not the one who's out of time.

Maintenance Guy: [as the Avengers climb aboard the Quinjet to fly to Manhattan] Uh... You are not authorized to be here!
Steve Rogers: Son... just don't.

Tony Stark: Why did Fury call us in? Why now? Why not before? What isn't he telling us? I can't do the equation unless I have all the variables.
Steve Rogers: You think Fury's hiding something?
Tony Stark: He's a spy. Captain. He's THE spy. His secrets have secrets.

Tony Stark: [about Loki killing Coulson] He made it personal.
Steve Rogers: That's not the point.
Tony Stark: That IS the point. That's Loki's point! He hit us all right where we live. Why?
Steve Rogers: To tear us apart.
Tony Stark: Yeah, divide and conquer is great, but he knows he has to take us out to win, right? THAT'S what he wants. He wants to beat us, he wants to be seen doing it. He wants an audience.
Steve Rogers: Right. I caught his act at Stuttgart.
Tony Stark: Yeah, that was just previews. This is - this is opening night. And Loki, he's a full-tilt diva, right? He wants flowers, he wants parades. He wants a monument built to the skies with his name plastered...
[Stark pauses; he and Rogers look at each other knowingly]
Tony Stark: Sonofabitch!

Natasha Romanoff: [all arguing in the lab] Are you really that dense? S.H.I.E.L.D. monitors potential threats.
Bruce Banner: Captain America is on threat watch?
Natasha Romanoff: We ALL are!
Tony Stark: [to Rogers] You're on that list? Are you above or below angry bees?
Steve Rogers: I swear, Stark, one more wisecrack out of you...
Tony Stark: Verbal threat! Threatening! I'm being threatened!

Steve Rogers: Stark? We got him.
Tony Stark: Banner...?
Steve Rogers: Just like you said.
Tony Stark: Then tell him to suit up... I'm bringing the party to you.
[Stark in his Iron Man armor leads the monstrous Leviathan into view, heading toward the rest of the Avengers]
Natasha Romanoff: I - I don't see how that's a party.

Tony Stark: What's the stat, Rogers?
Steve Rogers: [looks at the Helicarrier tech] It seems to be powered by some sort of electricity!
Tony Stark: ...well, you're not wrong.

Natasha Romanoff: Gentlemen, you might want to step inside in a minute. It's going to get a little hard to breathe.
[as the Helicarrier starts to power up, Steve Rogers and Bruce Banner walk to the edge]
Steve Rogers: Is this a submarine?
Bruce Banner: Really? They want me submerged in a pressurized metal container?
[Rogers and Banner stand at the edge and they look over as the Helicarrier starts to slowly rise out of the ocean to fly]
Bruce Banner: [smiles] Oh, no, this is MUCH worse!
[Rogers hands $10 to Fury]

[Captain America puts on a parachute to go follow after Thor, Loki and Iron Man]
Natasha Romanoff: I'd sit this one out, Cap.
Steve Rogers: I don't see how I can.
Natasha Romanoff: These guys come from legend. They're basically gods.
Steve Rogers: There's only one God, ma'am, and I'm pretty sure he doesn't dress like that.
[Captain America leaps out of the Quinjet]

Thor: You speak of control, yet you court chaos.
Bruce Banner: It's his M.O., isn't it? I mean, what are we, a team? No, no, no. We're a chemical mixture that makes chaos. We're... we're a time-bomb.
Nick Fury: You need to step away.
Tony Stark: Why shouldn't the guy let off a little steam?
Steve Rogers: You know damn well why! Back off!
Tony Stark: Oh, I'm starting to want you to make me.

Nick Fury: Agent Romanoff, would you escort Dr. Banner back to his...
Bruce Banner: Back where? You rented my room.
Nick Fury: The cell was built...
Bruce Banner: In case you needed to kill me, but you can't! I know! I tried!... I got low. I didn't see an end, so I put a bullet in my mouth... and the other guy spit it out! So I moved on. I focused on helping other people. I was good, until you dragged me back into this freak show and put everyone here at risk!
[Banner slowly gets upset as he looks at Romanoff, who gets unnerved]
Bruce Banner: You wanna know my secret, Agent Romanoff? You wanna know how I stay calm?
[Black Widow and Nick Fury have their hands down to grab their guns]
Steve Rogers: Doctor Banner... put down the scepter.
[Banner looks down and is shocked to see he's holding Loki's scepter; the computer beeps]
Tony Stark: Got it.
[Banner puts down the scepter and heads to the computer]
Bruce Banner: Sorry, kids. You don't get to see my little party trick after all.

[In a Quinjet, Agent Coulson walks to Steve Rogers who is seated and looks at Bruce Banner's file on his laptop]
Steve Rogers: So this Doctor Banner was trying to replicate the serum that was used on me?
Agent Phil Coulson: A lot of people were. You were the world's first superhero. Banner thought gamma radiation might hold the key to unlocking Erskine's original formula.
[Steve watches the footage of the Hulk's attack on the Army at Culver University and the Hulk roars with fury as he slams a jeep apart]
Steve Rogers: Didn't really go his way, did it?
Agent Phil Coulson: Not so much. When he's not that thing though, guy's like a Stephen Hawking.
[Steve looks puzzled, not understanding the reference]
Agent Phil Coulson: He's like a smart person. I gotta say, it's an honor to meet you, officially. I sort of met you, I mean, I watched you while you were sleeping. I mean, I was... I was present while you were unconscious from the ice. You know, it's really, it's just a... just a huge honor to have you on board.
Steve Rogers: Well, I hope I'm the man for the job.
Agent Phil Coulson: Oh, you are. Absolutely. Uh... we've made some modifications to the uniform. I had a little design input.
Steve Rogers: The uniform? Aren't the stars and stripes a little... old-fashioned?
Agent Phil Coulson: With everything that's happening, the things that are about to come to light, people might just need a little old-fashioned.

[Black Widow is flying a Quinjet, while a maskless Captain America and helmetless Iron Man stand in the back keeping an eye on Loki]
Steve Rogers: I don't like it.
Tony Stark: What? Rock of Ages giving up so easily?
Steve Rogers: I don't remember it being ever that easy. This guy packs a wallop.
Tony Stark: Still, you are pretty spry, for an older fellow. What's your thing, Pilates?
Steve Rogers: What?
Tony Stark: It's like calisthenics. You might have missed a couple things, you know, doing time as a Capsicle.
[Captain America looks at Iron Man, annoyed]
Steve Rogers: Fury didn't tell me he was calling you in.
Tony Stark: Yeah, there's a lot of things Fury doesn't tell you.

[Captain America throws his shield between Iron Man and Thor, stopping their fight in the woods]
Steve Rogers: Hey! That's enough!
[Captain America looks at Thor]
Steve Rogers: Now, I don't know what you plan on doing here.
Thor: I've come here to put and end to Loki's schemes!
Steve Rogers: Then prove it! Put the hammer down.
Tony Stark: Um, yeah, no! Bad call! He loves his hammer!
[Thor knocks Iron Man back with his hammer]
Thor: [to Cap] You want me to put the hammer down?
[Captain America ducks and holds up his shield as Thor leaps at him, blocking Thor's blow. The impact of the hammer on the vibranium shield creates a massive shockwave, knocking Thor off his feet]
Steve Rogers: Are we done here?

Steve Rogers: Does Loki need any particular kind of power source?
Bruce Banner: He'd have to heat the cube to a hundred and twenty million Kelvin just to break through the Coulomb barrier.
Tony Stark: Unless Selvig has figured out how to stabilize the quantum tunnelling effect.
Bruce Banner: Well, if he could do that, he could achieve heavy ion fusion at any reactor on the planet.
Tony Stark: Finally, someone who speaks English.
Steve Rogers: Is that what just happened?
[Stark and Banner shake hands]
Tony Stark: It's good to meet you, Dr. Banner. Your work on anti-electron collisions is unparalleled. And I'm a huge fan of the way you lose control and turn into an enormous green rage monster.
Bruce Banner: Thanks.
Nick Fury: [to Stark] Dr. Banner is only here to track the cube. I was hoping you might join him.
Steve Rogers: Let's start with that stick of his. It may be magical, but it works an awful lot like a Hydra weapon.
Nick Fury: I don't know about that, but it is powered by the cube. And I'd like to know how Loki used it to turn two of the sharpest men I know into his personal flying monkeys.
Thor: Monkeys? I do not understand.
Steve Rogers: I do!
[Stark rolls his eyes, while Captain America looks proud of himself]
Steve Rogers: I understood that reference.

Steve Rogers: Stark, are you seeing any of this?
Tony Stark: Seeing, still working on believing.

Tony Stark: Cap, pull the lever!
Steve Rogers: I need a minute here!
Tony Stark: Lever. Now!

[after attacking Loki with full weapons activated]
Tony Stark: Make a move, Reindeer Games...
[Loki quietly surrenders]
Tony Stark: Good move.
Steve Rogers: Mr. Stark.
Tony Stark: Captain.

Nick Fury: [having discovered a security breach] What are you doing, Mr Stark?
Tony Stark: Uh, kind of been wondering the same thing about you.
Nick Fury: You're supposed to be locating the Tesseract!
Bruce Banner: We are! The model's locked and we're sweeping for the signature now. When we get the hit, we'll have a signature within half a mile.
Tony Stark: Yeah, you'll get your cube back, no mas, no fuss.
Tony Stark: What is Phase 2?
Steve Rogers: [drops a weapon on a table] Phase 2 is SHIELD uses the Cube to make weapons! Sorry, the computer was moving a little slow for me.
Nick Fury: Rogers, we gathered everything related to the Tesseract, this does not mean that we...
Tony Stark: I'm sorry Nick, what were you lying?
[turns a monitor around showing a schematic of a rocket]
Steve Rogers: I was wrong, Director. The world hasn't changed a bit.

Bruce Banner: I'd like to know why SHIELD is using the Tesseract to build weapons of mass destruction.
Nick Fury: Because of him!
[points at Thor]
Thor: Me?
Nick Fury: Last year, Earth had a visit from another planet that had a grudge match that leveled a small town. We learned that only are we not alone, but we are hopelessly, hilariously outgunned.
Thor: My people want nothing but peace with your planet!
Nick Fury: But you're not the only ones out there, are you? And you're not the only threat. The world is filling up with people that can't be matched, that can't be controlled!
Steve Rogers: Like you control the cube?

Loki: Kneel!
Steve Rogers: Not today!

Waitress: [deleted scene: Cap, feeling disconnected from the world, sits at an outdoor cafe table sketching Stark Tower] Waiting on the big guy?
Steve Rogers: Ma'am?
Waitress: Iron Man. A lot of people eat here just to see him fly by.
Steve Rogers: Right. Maybe another time.
[pays his tab]
Waitress: The table's yours as long as you like. Nobody's waiting on it. Plus we've got free wireless.
Steve Rogers: Radio?
[she gives him a nice look over her shoulder as she walks away]
Stan Lee: [from the adjacent table] Ask for her number, you moron.

Black Widow: [Penetrating the barrier with Loki's scepter] I can close it. Can anybody copy? I can shut the portal down.
Captain America: Do it!
Iron Man: No wait!
Captain America: Stark, these things are still coming!
Iron Man: I got a nuke coming in. It's going to blow in less than a minute, and I know just where to put it.
Captain America: Stark, you know that's a one way trip?
Iron Man: Save the rest for the turn, J.
Jarvis: Sir, shall I try Ms. Potts?
Iron Man: Might as well.

Iron Man: [as the fight begins] Call it, Captain!
Captain America: Alright, listen up. Until we can close that portal, our priority's containment. Barton, I want you on that roof, eyes on everything. Call out patterns and strays. Stark, you got the perimeter. Anything gets more than three blocks out, you turn it back or you turn it to ash.
Hawkeye: [to Iron Man] Want to give me a lift?
Iron Man: Right. Better clench up, Legolas.
[Iron Man takes Hawkeye up to the roof]
Captain America: Thor, you gotta try and bottleneck that portal. Slow 'em down. You got the lightning. Light the bastards up.
[Thor swings his hammer and flies off and Captain America turns to Black Widow]
Captain America: You and me, we stay here on the ground, keep the fighting here. And Hulk?
[the Hulk turns and glares at Cap]
Captain America: Smash!
[Hulk grins and leaps away]

Captain America: You need men in these buildings. There are people inside and they're going to be running right into the line of fire. You take them to the basements, or through the subway. You keep them off the streets. I need a perimeter as far back as 39th.
Police Sergeant: Why the hell should I take orders from you?
[the Chitauri attack. Cap blocks a blast with his shield, bats one Chitauri away with it, then blocks a point blank assault, punches another in the face, he grabs one of their weapons and then punches the Chitauri, flinging it across the street]
Police Sergeant: I need men in those buildings. Lead the people down and away from the streets. We're going to set up a perimeter all the way down 39th Street.

Black Widow: [bleeding and tired] Captain, none of this is going to mean a damn thing if we don't close that portal.
Captain America: Our biggest guns couldn't touch it.
Black Widow: Well, maybe it's not about guns.
Captain America: If you want to get up there, you're gonna need a ride.
Black Widow: [eyeing a passing Chitauri fighter craft] I got a ride. I could use a boost, though.
Captain America: Are you sure about this?
Black Widow: Yeah. It's gonna be fun.

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
Red Skull: You could have the power of the gods! Yet you wear a flag on your chest and think you fight a battle of nations! I have seen the future, Captain! There are no flags!
Captain America: Not my future!

Peggy Carter: How do you feel?
Steve Rogers: Taller.

Steve Rogers: [showing his shield to Peggy] What do you think?
[Peggy unloads her gun into the shield]
Peggy Carter: [sweetly] Yes. I think it works.

[from trailer]
Col. Chester Phillips: General Patton has said that wars are fought with weapons but are won by men.
Loud Jerk: You just don't know when to give up, do ya?
Steve Rogers: I could do this all day.
Col. Chester Phillips: Our goal is to create the greatest army in history.
Steve Rogers: I should be going with you. Look, I know you don't think I can do this...
James 'Bucky' Barnes: This isn't a back alley, Steve. It's war!
Col. Chester Phillips: But every army begins with one man.
Abraham Erskine: Five tries in five different cities. I can offer you a chance.
Col. Chester Phillips: He will be the first in a new breed of super-soldier.
Steve Rogers: Why me?
Abraham Erskine: Because a weak man knows the value of strength, of the value of power.
Steve Rogers: That wasn't so bad.
Abraham Erskine: That was penicillin.
Col. Chester Phillips: We are going to win this war because we have the best men.
Abraham Erskine: Now, Mr. Stark.
[Howard Stark engages the machine]
Col. Chester Phillips: And they will, personally, escort Adolf Hitler to the gates of Hell.

Steve Rogers: Who the hell are you?
Heinz Kruger: The first of many. Cut off one head...
[bites down on cyanide pill]
Heinz Kruger: ...two more shall take its place. Hail Hydra.

Steve Rogers: [after being injected in the arm] That wasn't so bad.
Abraham Erskine: That was penicillin.

Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: Wait. You know what you're doing?
Steve Rogers: Yeah. I knocked out Adolf Hitler over 200 times.

Steve Rogers: Sir, if you're going after Schmidt, I want in
Col. Chester Phillips: You're an experiment. You're going to Alamogordo.
Steve Rogers: The serum worked.
Col. Chester Phillips: I asked for an army and all I got was you. You are not enough.

Red Skull: Arrogance may not be a uniquely American trait, but I must say, you do it better than anyone. But there are limits to what even you can do, Captain, or did Erskine tell you otherwise?
Steve Rogers: He told me you were insane.
Red Skull: Ah. He resented my genius and tried to deny me what was rightfully mine, but he gave you everything. So, what made you so special?
Steve Rogers: Nothing. I'm just a kid from Brooklyn.

[last lines]
[Steve Rogers finds himself in New York]
Nick Fury: At ease, soldier! Look, I'm sorry about that little show back there, but we thought it best to break it to you slowly.
Steve Rogers: Break what?
Nick Fury: You've been asleep, Cap. For almost 70 years.
[Steve is silent with shock]
Nick Fury: You gonna be okay?
Steve Rogers: Yeah. Yeah, I just... I had a date.

Abraham Erskine: Do you want to kill Nazis?
Steve Rogers: Is this a test?
Abraham Erskine: Yes.
Steve Rogers: I don't want to kill anyone. I don't like bullies; I don't care where they're from.

Steve Rogers: You save me any of that schnapps?
Abraham Erskine: Not as much as I should have. Sorry.

[Steve finds Bucky strapped to a table in one of Schmidt's testing labs and quickly releases him from it]
Steve Rogers: It's me. It's Steve.
James 'Bucky' Barnes: [groggily] Steve?
Steve Rogers: Come on.
James 'Bucky' Barnes: Steve.
Steve Rogers: I thought you were dead.
James 'Bucky' Barnes: [aware of Steve's new size] I thought you were smaller.

Peggy Carter: You can't give me orders!
Steve Rogers: The hell I can't! I'm a Captain!

Steve Rogers: Where are we going?
James 'Bucky' Barnes: The future.

Steve Rogers: Can I ask a question?
Abraham Erskine: Just one?
Steve Rogers: Why me?
Abraham Erskine: I suppose that's the only question that matters.
Abraham Erskine: [Displaying a wine bottle] This is from Augsburg, my city. So many people forget that the first country the Nazis invaded was their own. You know, after the last war, they... My people struggled. They... they felt weak... they felt small. Then Hitler comes along with the marching, and the big show, and the flags, and the, and the... and he... he hears of me, and my work, and he finds me, and he says "You." He says "You will make us strong." Well, I am not interested. So he sends the head of Hydra, his research division, a brilliant scientist by the name of Johann Schmidt. Now Schmidt is a member of the inner circle and he is ambitious. He and Hitler share a passion for occult power and Teutonic myth. Hitler uses his fantasies to inspire his followers, but for Schmidt, it is not fantasy. For him, it is real. He has become convinced that there is a great power hidden in the earth, left here by the gods, waiting to be seized by a superior man. So when he hears about my formula and what it can do, he cannot resist. Schmidt must become that superior man.
Steve Rogers: Did it make him stronger?
Abraham Erskine: Yeah, but... there were other... effects. The serum was not ready. But more important, the man. The serum amplifies everything that is inside, so good becomes great; bad becomes worse. This is why you were chosen. Because the strong man who has known power all his life, may lose respect for that power, but a weak man knows the value of strength, and knows... compassion.
Steve Rogers: Thanks. I think.
Abraham Erskine: [Gesturing toward the wine] Get it, get it. Whatever happens tomorrow, you must promise me one thing. That you will stay who you are, not a perfect soldier, but a good man.

James 'Bucky' Barnes: [discovering Steve is taller] What happened to you?
Steve Rogers: I joined the Army.

[talking about Steve taking the Super-Soldier formula]
James 'Bucky' Barnes: Did it hurt?
Steve Rogers: A little.
James 'Bucky' Barnes: Is this permanent?
Steve Rogers: So far.

James 'Bucky' Barnes: [looking down a long and steep zip line they'll soon be traveling] Remember when I made you ride the Cyclone on Coney Island?
Steve Rogers: Yeah, and I threw up?
James 'Bucky' Barnes: This isn't payback, is it?
Steve Rogers: [grinning] Now why would I do that?

Gabe Jones: Who are you supposed to be?
Steve Rogers: I'm... Captain America.
[Steve walks off to free the soldiers trapped below]
James Montgomery Falsworth: I beg your pardon?

[Steve starts yelling]
Peggy Carter: Shut it down!
Abraham Erskine: Kill the reactor, Mr. Stark! Turn it off! Kill it! Kill the reactor!
Steve Rogers: [from within the chamber] No! Don't! I can do this!

Peggy Carter: You're late.
[hold up broken transmitter]
Steve Rogers: I couldn't call my ride.

Steve Rogers: I had some ideas about the uniform.
Howard Stark: Whatever you want, pal.

Steve Rogers: [picking up a shield] What about this one?
Howard Stark: No, no, that's just a prototype.
Steve Rogers: What's it made of?
Howard Stark: Vibranium. It's stronger than steel and a third the weight. It's completely vibration absorbent.

4F Doctor: [looks at Steve's file which shows he has a long list of health issues] Sorry, son.
Steve Rogers: Look, just give me a chance.
4F Doctor: You'd be ineligible on your asthma alone.
Steve Rogers: Is there anything you can do?
4F Doctor: I'm doing it. I'm saving your life.

Abraham Erskine: [knocking on the capsule Steve is locked in for the procedure to change him] Steven, can you hear me?
Steve Rogers: It's probably too late to go to the bathroom, right?

Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: So, let's get this straight.
Gabe Jones: We barely got out of there alive, and you want us to go back?
Steve Rogers: Pretty much.
James Montgomery Falsworth: Sounds rather fun, actually.
Jim Morita: [burps] I'm in.
[Jacques and Gabe converse briefly in French]
Gabe Jones: [referring to himself and Jacques] We're in.
Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: Hell, I'll always fight. But you gotta do one thing for me.
Steve Rogers: What's that?
Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: [drinks the rest of his beer in one go] Open a tab.
[they laugh as Steve gets up to go to the bar]
Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: Well, that was easy.

Steve Rogers: Dr. Erskine said that the serum wouldn't just effect my muscles, it would effect my cells. Create a protective system of regeneration and healing. Which means, um, I can't get drunk. Did you know that?
Peggy Carter: Your metabolism burns four times faster than the average person. He thought it could be one of the side effects.

Steve Rogers: I know this neighborhood. I got beat up in that alley. And that parking lot. And behind that diner.

Steve Rogers: There's not gonna be a safe landing, but I can try and force it down.
Peggy Carter: I'll-I'll get Howard on the line. He'll know what to do.
Steve Rogers: There's not enough time. This thing's moving too fast and it's heading for New York. I gotta put her in the water.
Peggy Carter: Please don't do this. W-we have time. We can work it out.
Steve Rogers: Right now I'm in the middle of nowhere. If I wait any longer a lot of people are gonna die. Peggy, this is my choice.
Steve Rogers: [turns the plane toward earth] Peggy...
Peggy Carter: I'm here.
Steve Rogers: I'm gonna need a rain check on that dance.
Peggy Carter: All right. A week next Saturday at The Stork Club.
Steve Rogers: You've got it.
Peggy Carter: Eight o'clock on the dot. Don't you dare be late. Understood?
Steve Rogers: You know, I still don't know how to dance.
Peggy Carter: I'll show you how. Just be there.
Steve Rogers: We'll have the band play something slow.
[the ship Cap is piloting is about to crash onto an icy land in the Arctic]
Steve Rogers: I'd hate to step on your...
[the radio goes to static]
Peggy Carter: Steve? Steve?
[Colonel Phillips is nearby as a tear drops down Peggy's face]
Peggy Carter: Steve?
[Colonel Phillips walks off. Peggy is alone, silently sobbing]

Peggy Carter: Tell me, did you truly like your friend? Did you respect him?
Steve Rogers: [surprised] Yes!
Peggy Carter: Well then, stop blaming yourself! Give your friend the respect of making his own decisions!

Steve Rogers: [Right before they zipline onto the moving train Dr. Zola is on] We've only got about a 10 second window. You miss that window and we're all just bugs on a windshield!
Steve Rogers: Mind the Gap!

Peggy Carter: You have no idea how to talk to a woman, do you?
Steve Rogers: I think this is the longest conversation I've had with one. Women aren't exactly lining up to dance with a guy they might step on.

Steve Rogers: What about the others? Are you planning a rescue mission?
Col. Chester Phillips: Yeah, it's called winning the war.
Steve Rogers: But if you know where they are, why not at least...
Col. Chester Phillips: They're thirty miles behind the lines, through some of the most heavily fortified territory in Europe. We'd lose more men than we'd save, but I don't expect you to understand that because you're a chorus girl.
Steve Rogers: I think I understand just fine.
Col. Chester Phillips: Well, then understand it somewhere else.

Steve Rogers: [after one of Steve's "Captain America" shows] What are you doing here?
Peggy Carter: Officially I'm not here at all. That was quite a performance.
Steve Rogers: Yeah, uh... I had to improvise a little bit. The crowds I'm used to are usually more, uh...
[Struggles to find a word]
Peggy Carter: I understand you're America's new hope.
Steve Rogers: Bond sales take a ten percent bump in every state I visit.
Peggy Carter: Is that Senator Brandt I hear?
Steve Rogers: At least he's got me doing this. Phillips would have had be stuck in lab.
Peggy Carter: And these are your only two options? A lab rat or a dancing monkey? You were meant for more than this, you know?
[Steve looks like he's about to say something, then closes his mouth]
Peggy Carter: What?
Steve Rogers: You know for the longest time I dreamed about coming overseas and be on the front lines. Serving my country. I finally get everything I wanted, and I'm wearing tights.

Peggy Carter: What do you plan to do? Walk to Austria?
Steve Rogers: If that's what it takes.
Peggy Carter: You heard the Colonel, you're friend is most likely dead.
Steve Rogers: You don't know that.
Peggy Carter: Even so, he's devising a strategy to take...
Steve Rogers: By the time he's done that, it could be too late! You told me you thought I was meant for more than this. Did you mean that?
Peggy Carter: Every word.
Steve Rogers: Then you gotta let me go.
Peggy Carter: I can do more than that...

Steve Rogers: [after Howard and Peggy steal a plane to get Steve across the front lines] You know you two are going to be in a lot of trouble when you land.
Peggy Carter: And you won't?
Steve Rogers: Where I'm goin', if anybody yells at me I can just shoot 'em.

Col. Chester Phillips: Agent Carter co-ordinate with MI6. I want every allied eyeball looking for that main Hydra base.
Peggy Carter: What about us?
Col. Chester Phillips: We are gonna set a fire under Johann Schmidt's ass. What do you say, Rogers? It's your map, you think you can wipe Hydra off of it?
Steve Rogers: Yes, sir. I'll need a team.
Col. Chester Phillips: We're already putting together the best men.
Steve Rogers: With all due respect, sir, so am I.

Steve Rogers: You ready to follow Captain America into the jaws of death?
James 'Bucky' Barnes: Hell, no! The little guy from Brooklyn who was too dumb not to run away from a fight. I'm following him.
James 'Bucky' Barnes: But you're keeping the outfit, right?
Steve Rogers: You know what? It's kinda grown on me.

Col. Chester Phillips: Johann Schmidt belongs in a bug house. He thinks he's a God and he's willing to blow half the world prove it, starting with the U.S.A.
Howard Stark: Schmidt's working with powers beyond our capabilities. He gets across the Atlantic, he will wipe out the entire eastern sea board in an hour.
Gabe Jones: How much time we got?
Col. Chester Phillips: According to my new best friend, under twenty four hours.
Jim Morita: Where is he now?
Col. Chester Phillips: Hydra's last base is here.
[Holds up photo]
Col. Chester Phillips: In the Alps. Five hundred feet below the surface.
Jim Morita: o, what are we supposed to do. I mean, it's not like we can just knock on the front door.
Steve Rogers: [Thinks] Why not? That's exactly what we're gonna do.

Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
Tony Stark: Thor didn't say where he was going for answers?
Steve Rogers: Sometimes my teammates don't tell me things. Kind of hoping Thor would be the exception.
Tony Stark: Yeah, give him time. We don't know what the Maximoff kid showed him.
Steve Rogers: Earth's mightiest heroes... pulled us apart like cotton candy.
Tony Stark: Seems like you walked away alright.
Steve Rogers: [stares at Tony] Is that a problem?
Tony Stark: I don't trust a guy without a dark side. Call me old fashioned.
Steve Rogers: Well let's just say you haven't seen it yet.
Tony Stark: You know Ultron's trying to tear us apart, right?
Steve Rogers: Well, I guess you know. Whether you'd tell us is a bit of a question.
Tony Stark: Banner and I were doing research...
Steve Rogers: -That would affect the team.
Tony Stark: -That would END the team. Isn't that the mission? Isn't that the 'why we fight'? So we get to go home?
Steve Rogers: [Splits wood with bare hands] Every time someone tries to win a war before it starts, innocent people die. Every time.

[after fighting off Ultron drones]
[Ultron laughs, and summons more drones]
Steve Rogers: You had to ask...
Ultron: [With his arms outstretched] THIS is the best I can do. This is what I've been waiting for. All of you against all of me!
[Battle ensues]

[From trailer]
Tony Stark: No way we all get through this...
Steve Rogers: I got no plans tomorrow night.

Steve Rogers: I'm sick of watching people pay for our mistakes...

Ultron: I don't think you fully understand. I will take everything from you Maker. I will take your creations, your inventions and I will turn them against you.
Tony Stark: [Snidely] Well... That's unfortunate.
[Shoots Ultron with tank missile. Next Ultron steps up]
Ultron: I am unstoppable. If you strike this body down, more will take its place.
Tony Stark: Well I only created about 300 suits so...
Steve Rogers: You need to find a new hobby Stark.
Tony Stark: Don't tell me things I don't already know Spangles.
[More Ultrons appear]
Ultron: We will take everything from you. Starting with hope.
Tony Stark: And how do you propose to do that?
[an Ultron shoots a car which explodes. People run screaming]
Ultron: Simply through my actions.
[Is hit in the head by a small stone. Ultron turns around, sees a small boy defiantly glaring at him. Tries to take shot. Steve Rogers deflects shot with his shield, then leaps into line of fire to block boy from Ultron's gaze]
Steve Rogers: I don't think you understand, Program.
[Ultron glares]
Steve Rogers: Yea... Program, because that's what you are. You aren't capable of taking hope from people. And the more you try, the more you will fail.
Ultron: [as he begins to shoot lasers at Steve Rogers] I AM CAPABLE
[Steve Rogers grits his teeth as the shield starts to heat up]
Tony Stark: [Tony Stark has flown up into the air] Hey Sparky, over here.
[Ultron whirls around looking for Tony Stark and looks up to get a tank missile to the face]
Tony Stark: You know I hate it when you try to steal the show Cap
Steve Rogers: I'm glad you're on my team Tony.
Steve Rogers: [Epic battle ensues as Tony Stark and Steve Rogers stand back to back, surrounded by Ultrons] Steve Rogers: Game on.

[from trailer]
Steve Rogers: Ultron's calling us out. What are we gonna do?
Nick Fury: Something dramatic, I hope.
Tony Stark: Let's go give him a fight!

Steve Rogers: [on the Scarlet Witch] She's with us.

Thor: [sees Thor laugh] You think this is funny? This could have been avoided if you hadn't played with something you don't understand...
Tony Stark: I'm sorry... I think it's funny, I think it's a hoot that YOU don't get why we need this!
Bruce Banner: Tony, maybe this might not be the time...
Tony Stark: Really? That's it? You just roll over and show your belly, every time somebody snarls?
Bruce Banner: Only when I've created a murder-bot!
Tony Stark: We didn't, we weren't even close! Were we close to an interface?
Steve Rogers: Well, you did something right, and you did it right here!

Steve Rogers: We can still find a better way to achieve peace?
Ultron: I can't actually throw up in my mouth, but if I could I would do it!

[last lines]
Steve Rogers: [to Wanda, James, Sam] AVENGERS...

Tony Stark: Does anybody remember when I put a missile through a portal, in New York City? We were standing right under it. We're the Avengers, we can bust weapons dealers the whole doo-da-day, but how do we cope with something like that?
Steve Rogers: Together.
Tony Stark: We'll lose.
Steve Rogers: We do that together too.

Steve Rogers: [to Banner] As the world's expert on waiting too long, don't. You both deserve a win.

Tony Stark: Cap, you got an incoming!
Steve Rogers: [after being hit and tossed by an Ultron] Incoming already came in!

Steve Rogers: Ultron thinks we're monsters, that we're what's wrong with the world. This isn't just about beating him, it's about whether he's right.

Tony Stark: Cap, I have to blow up the city!
Steve Rogers: There are still people up here, not to mention us!
Tony Stark: It's everybody up here, or everybody down there!
Natasha Romanoff: Well, it's not like we ever had a place in the world...
[a Helicarrier appears]
Nick Fury: The world adjusts, evolves to live with changes.

Ultron: [Loud ringing noise fades into Ultron's voice] ... worthy... No... How could you be worthy? Your all killers.
Steve Rogers: Stark.
Tony Stark: JARVIS.
Ultron: Sorry I was asleep... Or... I was a dream...
Tony Stark: [Tapping his phone] Reboot, we got a buggy suit.
Ultron: ...There was a terrible noise... And I was tangled in... in... strings... I had to kill the other guy... He was a good guy.
Steve Rogers: You killed someone?
Ultron: Wouldn't have been my first call. But, down in the real world we're faced with ugly choices.
Thor: Who sent you?
Ultron: [Replaying Tony's voice] "I see a suit of armour around the world".
Bruce Banner: Ultron!
Ultron: In the flesh. Or, no, not yet. Not this... chrysalis... But I'm ready. I'm on a mission.
Natasha Romanoff: What mission?
Ultron: Peace in our time.

Steve Rogers: [relieved] Nick Fury, you son of a bitch!
Nick Fury: Whoa ho ho! You kiss your mother with that mouth?

Steve Rogers: But if you put the hammer in an elevator?
Tony Stark: It'll still go up.
Steve Rogers: Elevator's not worthy.

Tony Stark: Shit!
Steve Rogers: Language!

Steve Rogers: You get hurt, hurt 'em back. You get killed... walk it off.

Steve Rogers: I'm only gonna say this once.
Tony Stark: How about "none"-ce?

Tony Stark: Is no one going to comment that the Cap just said "language"?
Steve Rogers: I know! It just slipped out

Steve Rogers: What kind of monster would let a German scientist experiment on them in order to protect their country?

Tony Stark: And for gosh's sake, watch your language!
Steve Rogers: [resigned] That's not going away anytime soon

[Tony Stark has a vision where he sees all his friends fall in an alien invasion]
Steve Rogers: [last words] You could have saved us...

Nick Fury: Outwit the platinum bastard.
Natasha Romanoff: Steve doesn't like that kind of talk.
Steve Rogers: You know what Romanoff...

Steve Rogers: [Ultron blasts Cap] Well, he's definitely unhappy. I'm gonna try to keep him that way.
Clint Barton: You're not a match for him, Cap.
Steve Rogers: Thanks, Barton.

Ultron: You know what's in that cradle? The power to make real change, and that terrifies you.
Steve Rogers: I wouldn't call it a comfort.

Ultron: [Drone charges Rogers - who has just rescued a falling villager] You can't save them all.
[Cap throws shield at drone]
Ultron: You'll never...
Steve Rogers: [activates his gauntlet, sending drone over the edge] "You'll never what?" You didn't finish!
[Thor lands on a car he had just rescued, whose occupants come out retching]
Steve Rogers: What? We're you napping?

Captain America II: Death Too Soon (1979) (TV)
Captain America: [Captain America has just apprehended a hoodlum who's been hassling some elderly people] I want your number when you get out of jail pal! The old people in this town are my friends. And if I hear they're having problems again, I'm comin' after you! You gota that!
Punk: I've got it. I've got it.
Captain America: I want the name of every member of your gang.

Captain America: How's your memory for numbers, Peter?
Peter Moore: Better than Duke Williams!

Stader: Miguel?
Captain America: Too late, Stader. He died of old age waiting for you.

Dr. Simon Mills: How big a dose of the aging formula did you get?
Captain America: Very little. Not enough for the side effect. Ilson guessed I aged about three weeks.
Dr. Simon Mills: Minor flesh wound in the service of your country.

Steve Rogers: [sketching a portrait of an old lady] Mrs. Shaw, you have the eyes of Farrah Fawcett and a face like Julie Christie.

Steve Rogers: Miguel, the revolutionary?
Dr. Simon Mills: The man behind the airport slaughter at Copenhagen, the massacre at the World Cup Track meet and most of the kidnapings and executions of diplomats all over Europe.

Dr. Simon Mills: We have reason to believe that these are all pictures of Miguel.
Steve Rogers: Looks like six different men, Simon. Who is he really? I mean, what's his background? Is he really a general?
Dr. Wendy Day: No one seem to know. I've heard stories that he's the son of a French Count. De DeMontray I think.
Dr. Simon Mills: Or that he's actually a Dutch physician named Van Hooten. Or an Englishman named Thornton.

"The Super Hero Squad Show: Villainy Redux Syndrome! (#2.4)" (2010)
Captain America: Halt in the name of America!

Captain America: [on intercom] Doctor Doom, Doctor Doom, please report to Doctor America's office for our regularly scheduled rehabilitation session.

Captain America: Aargh, oh! Ah! Eyes full of fertile American soil.

Captain America: Come on, we can do butter. Better! Molecule Man really has this butter thing down pat.
Ms. Marvel: Come on, we can do butter. Better! Molecule Man really has this butter thing down pat.

Captain America: You won't slow me down with your high-cholesterol trickery.

Iron Man: So, did we miss anything?
Ms. Marvel: Doom got away.
Captain America: Yes. And his self esteem is through the roof. Oh, what have I done?

Captain America (1990)
Red Skull: You remain a poor choice, little brother.
Captain America: Stop calling me your brother!

Captain America: Gee whiz, we gotta get going, Mr. President.

Red Skull: We are both tragedies... And now I send our tortured souls to rest!
Captain America: Speak for yourself.

Red Skull: Fifty years ago, you were Dr. Vaselli's ridiculous idea. You remain a clownish symbol that no one cares about.
Captain America: I care.
Red Skull: You care? Then come to me, my brother. Let us see if this heart of yours is stronger than my hate.

Captain America: I want to get back into the fight, sir.
Lt. Colonel Louis: The fight against what? Pollution?

Lt. Colonel Louis: Captain America. Whatever happened to him?
Captain America: He went on one mission. He didn't get his man, and he sat out the rest of the war. He sat out all the wars. No big surprise though, considering he was 4-F to start with. Don't know why anyone thought a little cellular restructuring could change that.

"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes: Emperor Stark (#2.19)" (2012)
Vision: [being repaired] Am I being scanned as well?
Tony Stark: Yes, sorry about that. We need to be sure that Ultron didn't leave any surprises inside you.
Steve Rogers: I'm not worried. Vision's his own man now.

Steve Rogers: You okay, soldier?
Clint Barton: No. Not until I have Purple Man's head on my wall! Even if we have to go through Stark to do it!

[last lines]
Tony Stark: Ever since I became Iron Man, I've been trying to make sure the weapons I make didn't fall into the wrong hands. And I was turned into a weapon.
Steve Rogers: No one blames you, Tony. The world knows it was the Purple Man. Everyone was in the same boat as you, he was controlling all of us.
Tony Stark: No. You shook Purple Man's control, so did the others. And everything Purple Man had me do, was all inside me. They were all ideas I had. I'm supposed to be the futurist, working to build a better tomorrow. What I did, is that the future I've been working for?
Steve Rogers: I don't believe that. And I don't think it was a mistake that you forgot about the Vision, or that you sent me to the Mansion the night he woke. I think you were fighting the Purple Man the whole time, I think you hoped the Vision would free me. I know you believe in the future, but I believe in people. And I choose to believe in you, Iron Man.

Hawkeye: You think I'm going to listen to you! Stark said you were a traitor, so I'm taking you down!
Captain America: You've never listened to anyone! Not me, and sure as heck not Iron Man! And now, you're just going to blindly follow orders? You've never done that in your life! And now you're going to get yourself killed, because Tony Stark told you to? No one tells Hawkeye what to do! Come on, Clint!

Captain America (1979) (TV)
Captain America: Simon, can you still jock a helicopter, a fast one?
Dr. Simon Mills: That's something you don't forget.
Captain America: I'll meet you at the pad.

Tina Hayden: How can I thank you?
Captain America: Just be happy.

Dr. Simon Mills: Steve, I wonder if you have any idea what a tragedy it was when your father died. Now I mean of course not just for youself, but for this entire nation.
Steve Rogers: Maybe I don't. But he was my dad and I loved him. And then one day he was gone. And all I had left was a letter from the President, a man I didn't even know.

Steve Rogers: The American ideal. It's a little tough to find these days, isn't it?
Dr. Simon Mills: Not if you know where to look.
Steve Rogers: Right on.

"The Super Hero Squad Show: Deadly Is the Black Widow's Bite! (#1.13)" (2009)
Captain America: She checks out. Natasha Romanoff aka The Black Widow. Freelance agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. We've worked with her before.
Iron Man: Welcome aboard. Russian, huh?
Black Widow: Yes, darling.
Iron Man: Can you do me a favor and say "moose and squirrel"?
Black Widow: No.

Captain America: Golly gee, microwaves are truly a modern miracle.

Captain America: [repelling Screaming Mimi's voice with his mighty shield] Ah, for apple pie!

Captain America: [after knocking down M.O.D.O.K. with his shield] You know what, M.O.D.O.K.? You actually are smarter than they say.
M.O.D.O.K.: Hey, Cap called me smart. Could you say that loud enough for Dr. Doom to hear?

"The Super Hero Squad Show: Stranger from a Savage Land! (#1.18)" (2009)
Captain America: The star quartz affects all metals, Doom. Give it here, or the world will know what kind of underpants a despot wears.
Dr. Doom: Hah! I am wearing a metal thong.

Captain America: Fall back, and let this shield blow freedom o'er the land. Like the gusty wind that follows a Fourth of July weenie with extra onion.
Captain America: Yankee doodle dandy!

Captain America: Let's yankee our doodles outta here!

Captain America: Civil War (2016)
[from trailer]
Steve Rogers: Sorry, Tony. You know I wouldn't do this if I had any another choice. But he's my friend.
Tony Stark: So was I.

[from trailer]
Tony Stark: Captain? You seem a little defensive.
Steve Rogers: Well, it's been a long day.
Tony Stark: If we can't accept limitations, we're no better than the bad guys.
Steve Rogers: That's not the way I see it.
Tony Stark: Sometimes I wanna punch you in your perfect teeth.

Sam Wilson: [From trailer, on the situation] What do we do?
Steve Rogers: We fight.

Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (2011) (VG)
Captain America: [after defeating Spencer] Metal parts don't make a man. It's what's inside that counts!

Iron Man: This armor knows your next move before you do, Steve.
Captain America: I'm not gonna lose to some pampered punk like you.

Captain America: [with Iron Man and Thor] Avengers Assemble!

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (2006) (VG)
Captain America: Thor, take care of those gunships. Spider-Man, drive them towards the stern.
Spider-Man: Sure thing. I just love being the target.
Captain America: Wolverine...
Wolverine: Stow it boy scout, I don't take orders from you.

Captain America: [leveling up] Just like the Super Soldier serum!

Captain America: Winter Soldier, give up. I'm here to stop you from destroying the Helicarrier engines.
Winter Soldier: Captain America! Can't say it's good to see you again.
Radioactive Man: You have dealt with this fool before?
Winter Soldier: Oh yeah. Cap and I go way back. Don't we, buddy?
Captain America: Winter Soldier, please. Stop this before the Helicarrier is destroyed. Thousands of lives will be lost.
Winter Soldier: Sorry, no can do. I've got my orders. You of all people understand that, don't you? Orders have been so important to you.
Captain America: I'll fight you if I have to.
Winter Soldier: Then what are you waiting for? Let's see what you've got old man.

"The Super Hero Squad Show: This Al Dente Earth! (#1.26)" (2010)
[Galactus hits Fin Fang Foom in the crotch with Cosmic power]
Captain America: Avert your eyes. There are some sights that man, and woman, are not meant to see.
Ms. Marvel: Too late.

Ms. Marvel: [gasps] His smallest Kirby Krackle of frustration just destroyed all of Villainville.
Captain America: Sister, you said a mouthful.

"Marvel's Avengers Assemble: The New Guy (#2.19)" (2015)
Captain America: So, what's your final evaluation of Ant-Man's performance?
Hawkeye: I gotta be honest. We better keep him. Yeah, Scott's got a lot of "bugs" to work out, but I can't think of a better coach than myself.

Captain America: Your official Avengers ID card. Scott Lang, welcome to the team.
Scott Lang: Aw, thanks, Cap. Thanks, everybody.
Thor: A new member? I cannot think of a better reason for celebration and feasting.
Scott Lang: I was actually hoping someone would say that.
[enlarges a capsule to reveal a banquet]
Hulk: Ice cream cake? New guy's okay.
Hawkeye: He had his own insta-party ready to go? Ego much?
Black Widow: Since when do you complain about free food?
Hulk: [eating] Why were you not always an Avenger?

"The Super Hero Squad Show: World War Witch! (#2.3)" (2010)
Captain America: Over there is the Human Torch. Not strictly human, but 'Android Torch' didn't sound quite right.
Human Torch Android: Ha ha! See ya in the funny papers!
Captain America: And Toro, with all the same powers as Human Torch.
Toro: Now you're cooking with gas!

Captain America: Let's vamoose!
Thor: No time for dancing, let's go.

"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes: Avengers Assemble (#2.26)" (2012)
Steve Rogers: You are Earth's mightiest heroes, and I've called you together for one reason: the end of the world is here, and it's our job to stop it. You have your assignments. Galactus' heralds must be stopped, no matter what. Do whatever it takes to destroy the machines they're creating, and then we take the fight to Galactus himself. This isn't the battle of good versus evil, it's a battle of survival. We fight to save humanity itself. The world is counting on us, and we will not fail. Each of you are heroes, but today... We are all Avengers.

Terrax: You believe you can defeat a Herald of Galactus?
Steve Rogers: We don't believe, monster. We're doing it.

"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes: Ultron Unlimited (#2.17)" (2012)
Vision: Why do you keep fighting? You are but flesh and bone. I am a machine. You cannot win. What do you have to gain?
Steve Rogers: You think I'm fighting for me? To save my own life? That's why you'll never win. I'm not fighting for me. I'm fighting for them. And that's something you'll never understand, machine! It's the very thing that makes us human.

Steve Rogers: Vision, you saved all of us. Why? Why did you do it?
Vision: Ultron created me to be perfect. He thought that meant less human, to be cold and unfeeling. I wish to be perfect, but I believe that means to be more human.

"The Super Hero Squad Show: To Err Is Superhuman! (#1.2)" (2009)
Captain America: That's just a phone, Hulk. If it's President Roosevelt, tell him I'm not here.

Captain America: Oh, that's the old Water and Power building. The W.P.B. Don't you remember when they first build it during the depression? Those were the days, hot jazz and skinny eyebrows.

Ultimate Avengers (2006) (V)
Captain America: [about the Hulk] Hank, Iron Man! Slow him down!
Iron Man: [sarcastically] Sure, no problem.

Nick Fury: A lot has changed, son.
Steve Rogers: Did... did we win?
Nick Fury: We did.

"The Super Hero Squad Show: Enter Dormammu! (#1.5)" (2009)
Captain America: [on viewscreen] Doctor Strange. He's one of the most powerful magicians in all the universe. He's mastered the secrets of both magical and physical energy. His powers include levitation, travel to other dimensions, transportation of matter, Bulgarian cow tipping and he's great at Sudoku.

Captain America: Careful, every known Infinity fractal is embedded in Dormammu's colar. He's the most powerful villain in town. Hmm tough break, Doom.

Ultimate Avengers II (2006) (V)
General Nick Fury: What's happened to you, son? Why are you such a mess?
Captain America: I'm fine, sir.
General Nick Fury: No, you're not. You need R & R like everyone else.
Captain America: I'm a super soldier.
General Nick Fury: You're a man.

Herr Kleiser: Now you die for the last time.
Captain America: My words exactly.

"The Super Hero Squad Show: Wrath of the Red Skull! (#1.23)" (2010)
Captain America: Red Skull? I can't believe somebody found you and thawed you out.
Red Skull: And I can't believe you're still wearing that ridiculous suit, with the little wings that go flippity, flippity, flippity.

Captain America: Our new Howlin' Commandoes. What do you think, Colonel Fury?
Nick Fury: [looks at Thor] I'd still like to cut the blond's hair, but they'll have to do.

Marvel Heroes (2013) (VG)
Captain America: [to Human Torch] You remind me of an old friend of mine. He was a bit of a hothead, too.

Captain America: [to Deadpool] You're just a walking Section 8, aren't you?

"Avengers: United They Stand: Command Decision (#1.6)" (1999)
Captain America: I understand you have the mind of Wonder Man. Simon meant a lot to the team. He meant a lot to me.
Vision: I have Simon Williams' brain-engrams, actually. So Ant-Man tells me. Not his memory. Or I would have remembered a former leader of the Avengers.
Hawkeye: Ah, Captain America's more than that. He practically *founded* the Avengers!
Captain America: [chuckles humbly] Well... yes. Along with Iron Man, Thor, Ant-Man, and Wasp. I was proud to be counted in that company.

Captain America: [touching his shoulder] We might never have survived this if it wasn't for you, old friend.
Ant-Man: Just doin' my job, Cap.
Captain America: Which only proves what a wise choice we made when we named you the leader of the Avengers.
[they shake hands]

"The Super Hero Squad Show: Double Negation at the World's End! (#2.7)" (2010)
Captain America: Someone's taken remote control of the remote control and is controlling it remotely.

Iron Man: [after hearing Reed Richards is having relationship problems] Been there, dude. Not with Sue Storm... any more.
Captain America: Fortunately I subscribe to Reed's weekly Podcast. This one is about the Negative Zone.
Iron Man: Oh, I sense gratuitous exposition. My favorite kind.

Spider-Man (2000) (VG)
[within the Avengers jet, Spider-Man sits in the co-pilot seat next to Captain America, while Black Cat and Venom sit between an unconscious Doctor Octopus]
Captain America: It's a good thing Black Cat gave me a call, son.
Spider-Man: Looks like just in time.
[Venom leans close to Spider-Man from behind]
Venom: Hey, Spidey, could you get us Captain America's autograph?
Spider-Man: Oh, brother.

[Spider-Man, Daredevil, Punisher and Captain America sit at a table playing a game of cards]
Captain America: So, Punisher, do you have any threes?
Punisher: Go fish! So, nice of you to join us for *once,* Spidey!
Spider-Man: Oh, I'm sorry. I was out *saving the world.* Beating you guys at cards ought to be pretty easy.
Daredevil: Your spider-sense *won't* save you here.
Punisher: Look who's talking, Daredevil! You've been looking at *my cards* all night!
Daredevil: I don't *need* to look at your cards, Punisher. Your bluffs are *so* obvious.
Captain America: Okay, okay. Let's keep this a nice, friendly, *clean* game.
[Punisher groans and turns to Captain America]
Punisher: Who keeps *inviting* this guy?
[the card game is interrupted by loud music]
Spider-Man: Hey, would you keep it *down?*
[Human Torch and Black Cat are dancing to music playing on a boom-box]
Johnny Storm: Hey, loosen up, kids! I'm on *fire!*

"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes: Come the Conqueror (#1.18)" (2011)
Steve Rogers: Find Kang. You're the only one of us who can do it, Tony.
Tony Stark: I hate him. You know, when he's right.
Hank Pym: That's how the rest of us feel about you.

"The Super Hero Squad Show: Days, Nights, and Weekends of Future Past! (Six Against Infinity, Part 2) (#2.16)" (2011)
Captain America: We have to face the very real possibility that we're going to fight the Dark Surfer, without the Super Hero Squad. Anyone want gum?

"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes: The Deadliest Man Alive (#2.22)" (2012)
Gen. 'Thunderbolt' Ross: [to the Hulk] Don't you get it? You're old news! They don't want a psycho, they want a soldier!
Steve Rogers: We've already got one, thanks!
[hits Red Hulk]

"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes: Living Legend (#1.9)" (2010)
Tony Stark: Bio-engineered monsters. Freaky ooze creatures. Is that what it was like fighting evil in the 40's?
Steve Rogers: No, sometimes it got strange.
Tony Stark: Did you just make a joke? Captain America has a sense of humor.
Steve Rogers: Don't get used to it, soldier. And please, call me Steve.

"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes: Panther's Quest (#1.11)" (2010)
Hank Pym: [the Avengers are in their quinjet flying to Wakanda on a mission] You okay, Cap?
Steve Rogers: In my day, if something went this high, we didn't call it an "airplane".
Hank Pym: What did you call it?
Steve Rogers: Science fiction.

"The Super Hero Squad Show: The Ballad of Beta Ray Bill! (Six Against Infinity, Part 1) (#2.15)" (2011)
Captain America: If newspapers ever totally go away, what will lie in the birdcages of America? I shudder to think.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled (2015) (TV)
Black Widow: Cap, Iron Man's armor is still under Ultron's control. Can you track him?
Captain America: Affirmative. Did you say hello to my *little* friend?
Black Widow: Yes. Let's hope he can get Tony out of his "out of control" armor.

"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes: The Kang Dynasty (#1.19)" (2011)
Tony Stark: Guys, we're cut off. A forcefield sealed the breach.
Steve Rogers: Hang on. We'll find a way to open it.
Tony Stark: No. Stick with the plan, we'll find another way in.
Janet Van Dyne: We will?
Tony Stark: I don't know. I'm just making this up as I go along!

"The Super Hero Squad Show: Tales of Suspense! (#1.17)" (2009)
Captain America: Iron Man, please turn in your Super Hero Squad identity card, your corporate credit card, your key to the city, and your standard issue Squaddie undies.

"The Super Hero Squad Show: O, Captain, My Captain! (#1.11)" (2009)
Wolverine: 'Preciate the reassignment, Cap.
Captain America: Oh, think nothing of it, Wolverine. You're doing me a favor. There's been an international incident, and my team could use you.
Wolverine: Really? Who we bringin' the hurt to?
Captain America: The South American rainforests.
Wolverine: Uh, but... don't they usually need saving?
Captain America: Uh, usually, but these trees attack everything in their path. I'm assembling the All Captains Squad to get to the ROOTS of the problem.
Wolverine: Uh, hate to tell you, Captain, but I ain't no captain.
Captain America: Well you are now. Welcome to the squad, Captain Canada! Here's your new uniform. Suit up. We'll talk at HQ.
Wolverine: [chuckles at campy uniform] Uh, not gonna happen, Bub.
Captain America: Right-e-o. I'll get you back to that helicarrier, A-S-A-P.
Wolverine: Uh, wait... no, no, no, that's fine.

Ant-Man (2015)
[post-credits scene]
[Sam Wilson and Steve Rogers are in a garage with the Winter Soldier whose metal arm is trapped in a vice]
Sam Wilson: This would've been a lot easier a week ago.
Steve Rogers: If we call Tony...
Sam Wilson: He won't believe us.
Steve Rogers: Even if he did...
Sam Wilson: Who knows if the accords will let him help?
Steve Rogers: We're on our own.
Sam Wilson: Maybe not. I know a guy.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes (2013) (VG)
Captain America: Mom's apple pie! We got to save America from the Red Skull!
[pants rip]
The Hulk: Huh? Hulk rip pants.
Captain America: That's why my red, white and blue is form-fitting yet flexible. I love American ingenuity.

"The Super Hero Squad Show: Last Exit Before Doomsday! (#1.25)" (2010)
Captain America: Now, now, Ms. Marvel, super heroes have saved the Earth a dozen times. Maybe even twelve.

Captain America (1944)
[last lines]
Commissioner Dryden: "Thanks to Captain America, who we now know to be our fighting District Attorney, the Scarab and his murderous gang will pay the supreme penalty in the electric chair at the stroke of midnight tonight. To review the Scarab's crimes..."
Mayor Randolph: No need to review them now. These convictions definitely prove that crime doesn't pay. I want to say that the people of this city owe a great deal to you, Mr. District Attorney, uh, Captain America.
Captain America: Thank you, but we owe a great deal more to Gail. Her cleverness tipped me off to the Scarab's identity.
Gail Richards: But Captain America arrived in time to capture the Scarab.
[the clock begins to strike]
Gail Richards: It's midnight.
Commissioner Dryden: The toll of doom for the Scarab!

"The Super Hero Squad Show: The Devil Dinosaur You Say! (Six Against Infinity, Part 4) (#2.18)" (2011)
Mayor of Super Hero City: Well, I have good news, and I have bad news.
Captain America: We already figured out the bad news. The Earth has been ripped from its orbit. We're all going to freeze. Been there, done that.

"The Super Hero Squad Show: Another Order of Evil: Part One! (#2.1)" (2010)
Captain America: [to Doctor Doom] Look on the bright side. Now you'll only be serving ten life sentences.

"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes: Gamma World, Part 1 (#1.12)" (2010)
Steve Rogers: Why does that man have green hair?
Tony Stark: I have no idea.