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Quotes for
Don Don Canneloni (Character)
from Cannonball Run II (1984)

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Cannonball Run II (1984)
Don Canneloni: In the past, the Canneloni family was the most powerful of the families. We controlled drugs, prostitution, extortion, prostitution, gambling...
Slim: Uh, you said 'prostitution' twice.
Don Canneloni: Well, I like it.

Don Canneloni: And now, the Rigatonis, the Tortellinis, the Fettuchinis, and even the Raviolis are bigger than we are. And why?
Tony: High interest rates.
Sonny: Acid rain.
Slim: Japanese imports.
Caesar: Uh... uh... none of the above.
Don Canneloni: No. No. No. Youse mugs already know the answer.
Caesar: Gee, boss, if I knew there was gonna be a test, I would've studied.

Don Canneloni: [Don Canneloni is stroking a cat in his lap. Suddenly he picks up in one hand; the cat is stiff as a board] This cat is dead. Somebody bring me a new cat.
[one the henchman hands him another cat]
Don Canneloni: Ah, a tabby. Very nice.
[lifts up the cat's tail]
Don Canneloni: And a male.

Tony: We've put our heads together, and we've decided we're gonna rip off the Arab, on the road, during the car race.
Don Don Canneloni: Oh, you put your heads together, huh? IT MUST'VE SOUNDED LIKE A BOWLING ALLEY.

Don Don Canneloni: Hymie Kaplan. What a surprise. Ooh, ohh, wow. You look great. So, what brings you to the Pinto Ranch? Business or pleasure?
Hymie Kaplan: May I have a chair?
Don Don Canneloni: Oh, certainly.
[Hymie picks up a chair and smashes it over his henchman who doesn't even flinch]
Don Don Canneloni: Oh. It's business.

Don Don Canneloni: Can I buy you a drink?
Fenderbaum: But of course.
Don Don Canneloni: Cherice? Cherice?
[Don Don looks over and sees the fight taking place]
Don Don Canneloni: Oh, they seem to be so busy.