Joseph Turner White
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Joseph Turner White (Character)
from State and Main (2000)

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State and Main (2000)
Joseph Turner White: How do I do a film called "The Old Mill" when I don't have an old mill?
Ann Black: Well, first you've got to change the title.

Joseph Turner White: What's an associate producer credit?
Bill Smith: It's what you give to your secretary instead of a raise.

Joseph Turner White: You like kids?
Ann Black: Never saw the point of 'em.
Joseph Turner White: Me neither.

Joseph Turner White: You believe that?
Ann Black: I do if you do.
Joseph Turner White: But it's absurd.
Ann Black: So is our electoral process. But we still vote.

Ann Black: "If you were never down, how would you know when you were up?"
Joe White: You have a gift for words.
Ann Black: It's in your play.

Walt Price: And we're going to sue you for a billion dollars.
Joe White: What cause?
Walt Price: I don't need a cause, I just need a lawyer!

Joseph Turner White: Ever wonder why the Dalmatian's the symbol of the firehouse?
Ann Black: First organized fire department was on the border of Dalmatia and Sardinia in the year 642.
Joseph Turner White: That's why the Dalmatian?
Ann Black: It was either that, or a sardine.

Ann Black: And here's some hydrogen peroxide.
Joseph Turner White: I don't drink.
Ann Black: It's for your finger.

Walt Price: We're gonna go have some local food, some roadhouse. Joe, you wanna go?
Joseph Turner White: Gotta date.
Walt Price: Already he's learned how to write a movie and he's found some girl to get his toes curled. You're a monster!
Joseph Turner White: You're too kind.

Joe White: The girl was in the car.
Walt Price: I treated you like a son or a nephew.
Joe White: It's not about you.
Walt Price: No? What's it about, then?
Joe White: I have to tell the truth.
Walt Price: That, that is just so narrow!

Joseph Turner White: I may have to go to jail.
Ann Black: I'll knit you a sweater.
Joseph Turner White: I'm gonna be in there a long time.
Ann Black: I'll knit you a jumpsuit.

[repeated line]
Joe White: I lost my typewriter.