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Quotes for
Big Enos Burdette (Character)
from Smokey and the Bandit (1977)

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Smokey and the Bandit (1977)
[Regarding The Bandit in a hammock]
Big Enos: You see son, old legends never die. They just lose weight.
Little Enos: I guess a legend and an out-of-work bum look a lot a like, daddy.

Bandit: Cledus, get the money.
Cledus Snow: Yeah, how 'bout the money?
Little Enos: How 'bout double or nothin'?
Cledus Snow: How 'bout forgettin' it?
Bandit: Wait a minute. What about double or nothin'?
Little Enos: You run up to Boston, and bring back some clam chowder for me and my daddy.
Carrie: You're on.
Bandit: Uh, you're on.
Big Enos: In 18 hours?
Bandit: You're still on.
Cledus Snow: WHAT? You're *crazy*! And I'm *divorced*!

Big Enos: Twenty to one I break the son of a bitch this time.
Little Enos: Gimme five-hundred on the Bandit.

Big Enos: Any fool who would paint his truck like this would show up at a minister's funeral dressed in feathers.

Little Enos: [Looking at Bandit's truck] Egotistical son of a bitch.
Big Enos: Any cat who would paint his truck like this would go to a minister's funeral dressed in feathers.


Smokey and the Bandit Part 3 (1983)
Little Enos: Daddy, we just walked past a Penicillin dispenser.
Big Enos Burdette: I feel like the guest of honor at a crab's convention.