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Frank White (Character)
from King of New York (1990)

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King of New York (1990)
Frank White: From now on, nothing goes down unless I'm involved. No blackjack no dope deals, no nothing. A nickel bag gets sold in the park, I want in. You guys got fat while everybody starved on the street. Now it's my turn.

Frank White: [to Bishop] I'm not your problem. I'm a business man.

Frank White: You think ambushing me in some nightclub's gonna stop what makes people take drugs? This country spends $100 billion a year on getting high, and it's not because of me. All that time I was wasting in jail, it just got worse. I'm not your problem. I'm just a businessman.

Jump: Yo, congratulations, Frank. Congratulations, man. Them Columbian motherfuckers, they took permanent vacation in hell, if you know what I mean.
Frank White: Well, I must've been away too long because my feelings are dead. I feel no remorse.

Dennis Gilley: I heard a rumor about you.
Frank White: What's that?
Dennis Gilley: I heard you got AIDS getting dicked up your ass in prison. That's what I heard.
Frank White: I thought about you every time I jerked off, dickhead.

Frank White: When the D.A's office investigated the sudden death of Arty Clay, they found that he left a $13 million estate. How do you explain that? There there's Larry Wong, who owned half of Chinatown when he passed away. Larry used to rent his tenements to Asian refuges, his own people, for $800 a month to share a single toilet on the same floor. How 'bout King Tito? He had thirteen-year-old girls hooking for him on the street. Those guys are dead because I don't want to make money that way. Emil Zappa, the Mata brothers, they're dead because they were running this city into the ground.
Roy Bishop: You expected to get away with killing all these people?
Frank White: I spent half my life in prison. I never got away with anything, and I never killed anybody that didn't deserve it.
Roy Bishop: Who made you judge and jury?
Frank White: Well, it's a tough job, but somebody's got to do it.

Frank White: There are some things I don't do.

Frank White: How come you never came to see me?
Jump: Who wanted to see you in a cage, man?

Jump: He's a fucking glitter-boy! He's looking to get sprayed, laid, played, and slayed. You know what I'm saying?
Frank White: I heard that.

Frank White: I've got a $250,000 contract on any cop involved with this case.
Roy Bishop: Do you really expect to get away with killing all these people?
Frank White: I never killed anybody who didn't deserve it.

[Frank is taking a woman hostage]
Roy Bishop: You can't hide behind her forever.
Frank White: I don't need forever!

Frank White: [to Gilley before he kills him] Hey. You.

British Female: Frank White. I've heard a lot about you. And it's all bad.
Frank White: Don't believe everything that Pete writes in the columns.

Jennifer: I thought people like you didn't believe in the legal process.
Frank White: I thought people like me were the legal process.

Ariane: What can we expect from the "reformed" Frank White?
Frank White: I'm gonna run for mayor!

Frank White: How's the family?
Pete Hamill: Better then when you left. They're all working. My son is back from college. What about you?
Frank White: Back from the dead!

Roy Bishop: Who made you judge and jury.
Frank White: It's a tough job but someone's got to do it.