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: Flint, I owe you my life. The medic said four more seconds, and I... Derek Flint
: *Three* more seconds. Mr. Cramden
: Damn it, man, is there anything you don't know? Derek Flint
: A great many things, sir. But, nothing of consequence.
: You traveled all the way to Moscow to watch a ballet? Derek Flint
: No, to teach!
: Your code book. Derek Flint
: If you don't mind, sir, I prefer to use my own personal code. Cramden
: But I would rather you use the government code. Derek Flint
: I already know mine. It's a mathematical progression, 40-26-36. It's based on... Cramden
: I can imagine what it's based on.
: Flint, the government needs you. Derek Flint
: Yes, well, it's good to be wanted, sir.
: Say, why does that eagle attack me? Galaxy worker
: He's been trained to recognize and attack Americans. Derek Flint
: An anti-American eagle. It's diabolical.
: Flint, the world's in trouble! Derek Flint
: Well, it usually is, but it manages to extricate itself without my help.
: Hans Gruber, Hitler youth movement, escaped during the Nuremberg Trials. Gruber
: I'm a much nicer person now...
: Repeat after me: I am not a pleasure unit.
: Where are you going? Derek Flint
: I'm going to put Galaxy into orbit.
: Ours would be a perfect world! Why? Derek Flint
: Because it's your idea of perfection, gentlemen - not mine!
: I don't need any men. Cramden
: You said you were joining the team. Derek Flint
: But the team's not joining me.
: 35-14-82, 76-14-29, 72-42-41... Cab Driver
: [speaking Italian
] Lottery, Eh? You have a system? Derek Flint
: [speaking Italian
] Yes... Infallible! It is a mathematical progression of... 40... 23... 38... It is based on... Cab Driver
: [speaking Italian
] I can imagine what it's based on.
: [fingering the coat-of-arms on Rodney's blazer
] I wonder what it is that always makes the Rodneys choose the wrong side.
: [showing off his gadget disguised as a cigarette lighter
] This has 82 different functions - 83 if you want to light a cigar.
[after Flint guns down Z.O.W.I.E. guards and Cramden wants to have him arrested
] Derek Flint
: I noticed that these men were wearing Battle of the Bulge ribbons. Mr. Cramden
: There is no ribbon for the Battle of the Bulge. Derek Flint
[On hearing that the president has been replaced by an impostor.
: An actor? As president?
[Flint prepares to board the plane to go to the desert
: Empty all the ashtrays? Bill Lear
: Nah, I got you a new plane. Flint
: Ah, beautiful! Let's go.
Lloyd C. Cramden
: Flint, How do you find time to read all these books? Flint
: No, no, no, sir, I wrote those.
: You're quite accustomed to being admired by women, aren't you? All those, uh, ridiculous, uh... Flint
: Sighs? Yes, you're quite right. They are ridiculous. I must say it's refreshing to be with a beautiful woman who's above that sort of thing. Lisa Norton
: Why I never said I was above that sort of thing. What I meant was... Flint
: Yes? Lisa Norton
: You really are good at it Mr. Flint.
] Lisa Norton
: Tell me something. What is it about you that makes you so irresistible to women? Flint
: It's very simple. I don't compete with them.
[Flint takes Lisa's face and kisses her
: Now that ends the suspense. Lisa Norton
: You're quite right. I was curious. Well, now you've had the tour and so have I.
Natasha, the Ballerina
: Derek, darling. Your American music is so decadent. Flint
: Yeah. Natasha, the Ballerina
: But it's so exciting. Flint
: Well, that's where it's at, honey.
[Flint shatters a billiard ball with a hand-held sonic device
] Lloyd C. Cramden
: It's extraordinary! Flint
] It's a toy. However, we *are* making such scientific strides that
[grabs book from shelf and hands it to Cramden
: this last year's book is already out of date Lloyd C. Cramden
: How *do* you find time to read? Flint
: No no, I wrote that...
: Listen, if you don't want me, get The Gang - ask for Dead Skunk.