The Killers (1964)
Charlie Strom: You see, the only man that's not afraid to die is the man that's dead already.
Jack Browning: I approve of larceny; homicide is against my principles.
Charlie Strom: [quietly] Sylvester, unless you want to renew your partnership with the late Johnny North, I suggest you tell us everything and anything we want to know.
Earl Sylvester: I don't know where Johnny is, what trouble he got into ...
Lee: [Interrupting] He's dead!
Earl Sylvester: [as Lee smiles at him in amusement] He's dead?
Charlie Strom: [laconically] ALL the way.
Johnny North: [to Sheila behind the steering wheel] Slide over - nobody drives for me.
Charlie Strom: Whoever laid this contract wasn't worried about the million dollars, and the only people that don't worry about a million dollars are the people that have a million dollars.
Lee: [bemusedly] Oh, Charlie... Charlie... you're always on top, aren't you Charlie?
Charlie Strom: [laconically] I'm still alive.
Sheila Farr: ...just the two of us.
Johnny North: And more than a million dollars.
Sheila Farr: It'll be dangerous.
Johnny North: Living is dangerous.
Sheila Farr: Promise me you won't kill him.
Johnny North: I'm not a killer.
Charlie Strom: [referring to Mickey Farmer] He knows me. I had to lean on him once.
Lee: You know 'em all, don't ya?
Charlie Strom: You never know them all.