Tag Archives: 1973

American Graffiti


“You’re the most beautiful, exciting thing I’ve ever seen in my life and I don’t know anything about you.” – Richard Dreyfuss as Curt Henderson

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The Friends of Eddie Coyle


“What makes it hurt worse, what makes it hurt more is knowing what’s going to happen to you, you know? There you are, they just come up to you and say, “Look. You made somebody mad. You made a big mistake and now there’s somebody doing time for it. There’s nothing personal in it, you understand, but it just has to be done.” – Robert Mitchum as Eddie Coyle

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Badlands


“Little did I realise that what began in the alleys and back ways of this quiet town would end in the Badlands of Montana.” – Sissy Spacek as Holly Sargis

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The Paper Chase


“You teach yourselves the law, but I train your minds. You come in here with a skull full of mush; you leave thinking like a lawyer.” – John Houseman as Charles W. Kingsfield Jr.

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Bang the Drum Slowly


“Everybody knows everybody is dying; that’s why people are as good as they are.” – Michael Moriarty as Henry Wiggen

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The Sting


The Sting (1973) Directed by George Roy Hill Written by David S. Ward Starring: Robert Redford, Paul Newman, Robert Shaw, Charles Durning, Eileen Brennan Johnny Hooker (Redford) is a young con-man in Chicago looking for payback after the death of his friend and associate. When he hooks up with a seasoned con-artist (Newman) they devise […]

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Mean Streets


Mean Streets (1973) Directed by Martin Scorsese Starring: Robert DeNiro, Harvey Keitel, David Proval Charlie (Keitel) is a small-time numbers guy trying to make it big in Little Italy. As he looks to climb, he’s also trying to help out Johnny (DeNiro), a young and reckless hustler. As Charlie tries to find the right moves […]

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Serpico


“The reality is that we do not wash our own laundry – it just gets dirtier.” – Al Pacino as Frank Serpico

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