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stillavive.wav(123K) stillavive.mp3(123K) stillavive.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Man In Trunk: "No, Tommy, no, no."
Tommy Devito (Joe Pesci): "bleeping piece of bleep! (Starts stabbing him) Die, die! Look at me, look at my bleeping eyes, die! (Jimmy shoots him three times)"


beagangster.wav(38K) beagangster.mp3(38K) beagangster.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry Hill (Ray Liotta): "As far back as I can remember I always wanted to be a gangster."


spoiledlazy.wav(108K) spoiledlazy.mp3(108K) spoiledlazy.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "My father who was Irish, was sent to work at the age of eleven. And he liked that I got myself a job. He always used to say that American kids were spoiled lazy."


cadillacs.wav(116K) cadillacs.mp3(116K) cadillacs.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "Wiseguys would pull up and Tuddy would toss me their keys and let me park their Cadillacs. I mean, here I am, this little kid, I can't even see over the steering wheel and I'm parking Cadillacs."


takeabeating.wav(125K) takeabeating.mp3(125K) takeabeating.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "He knew what went on at that cab stand and every once and a while I'd have to take a beating. But by then, I didn't care. The way I saw it, everybody takes a beating sometime."




nomoreletters.wav(305K) nomoreletters.mp3(305K) nomoreletters.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Tuddy (Frank DiLeo): "You know this kid?"
Mailman: "Yeah."
Tuddy: "You know where he lives?"
Mailman: "Yeah."
Tuddy: "You deliver mail to his house?"
Mailman: "Yeah."
Tuddy: "Well, from now on, any letter from that school to that kid's house comes directly here. You understand?"
Mailman: "Yeah."
Tuddy: "Another letter from that school goes to that kid's house, in the bleeping oven you're gonna go, head first."
Henry: "That was it. No more letters from truant officers. No more letters from school. In fact, no more letters from anybody. Finally after a couple of weeks, my mother went to the post office and complain."


hatedphones.wav(234K) hatedphones.mp3(234K) hatedphones.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "Paulie hated phones. He wouldn't have one in his house. He used to get all his calls second hand, then you'd have to call the people back from an outside phone. There were guys, that's all they did all day long was take care of Paulie's phone call."


talkto6people.wav(232K) talkto6people.mp3(232K) talkto6people.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "For a guy who moved all day long, Paulie didn't talto six people. If their was a union problem, or say, a beef in the numbers and only the top guys could meet with Paulie to discuss the problem. Everything was one-on-one. Paulie hated conferences. He didn't want anyone hearing what he said, and he didn't want anybody listening to what he was being told."


policeforwiseguys.wav(314K) policeforwiseguys.mp3(314K) policeforwiseguys.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "Hundreds of guys depended on Paulie, and he got a piece of everything they made. It was tribute just like in the old contry except they were doing it here in America. Now, all they got from Paulie was protection from guys looking to rip them off. And that's what it's all about. That's what the FBI could never understand, that what Paulie and the orgnization does is offer pretection for people who can't go to the cops. That's it. That's all it is, they're like a police department for wiseguys."


policeforwiseguys2.wav(148K) policeforwiseguys2.mp3(148K) policeforwiseguys2.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "That's what the FBI could never understand, that what Paulie and the orgnization does is offer pretection for people who can't go to the cops. That's it. That's all it is, they're like a police department for wiseguys."


ihaditall.wav(306K) ihaditall.mp3(306K) ihaditall.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "People looked at me differently, and they knew I was with somebody. I didn't have to wait in line at the bakery on Sunday mornings anymore for fresh bread. The owner knew who I was with and he'd come from around the counter, no matter how many people were waiting, I was taken care of first. Our neighbors stopped parking in our driveway anymore, even though we didn't have a car. At 13 I was making more money than most of the grown-ups in the neighborhood. I mean I had more money than I could spend. I had it all."


groceries.wav(112K) groceries.mp3(112K) groceries.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "One day, one day, some of the kids from the neighborhood carried my mom's groceries all the way home. You know why? It was out of respect."


icecubescold.wav(261K) icecubescold.mp3(261K) icecubescold.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "It was when I first met Jimmy Conway. He couldn't have been more than 28 or 29 at the time, but he was already a legend. He'd walk in a room and everybody who worked the room just went wild. He'd give the doorman $100 for opening the door. He'd shove hundreds in the pockets of the dealers and guys who ran the games. I mean, the bartender got $100 for keeping the ice cubes cold."


reallylovedtodo.wav(152K) reallylovedtodo.mp3(152K) reallylovedtodo.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "See, hits never botherd Jimmy, it was business. But what Jimmy really loved to do, what he really loved to do was steal. I mean, he actually enjoyed it. Jimmy was the kind of guy who rooted for the bad guys in the movies."


yourfirstpinch.wav(129K) yourfirstpinch.mp3(129K) yourfirstpinch.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Jimmy Conway (Robert De Niro): "You took your first pinch like a man and you learned the two greatest things in life."
Young Henry (Christopher Serrone): "What?"
Jimmy: "Look at me. Never rat on your friends and always keep your mouth shut."


citibank.wav(404K) citibank.mp3(404K) citibank.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "By the time I grew up, their was 30 billion a year in cargo moving through Idlewilde Airport, and believe me, we tried to steal every bit of it. See, you gotta understand we grew up near the airport. It belonged to Paulie. And we dah friends and relatives who worked all over the place, and they would tip us off about what was coming in and what was moving out. Now, if any of the truckers or airlines gave us any trouble, Paulie had his union guys scare them with a strike. It was beautiful. It was an even bigger moneymaker than numbers and Jimmy was in charge of it all. Whenever we needed money, we'd rob the airport. To us, it was better than Citibank."


wholefunnystory.wav(1601K) wholefunnystory.mp3(1601K) wholefunnystory.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Tommy: "What's really funny is, the bleeping bank job away in Seacaucus. I'm in the middle of the bleeping weeds laying down. He comes over and says, what are you doing? I said, I'm resting. Here, you're resting? Go to the bleeping beach or the park. I said i'm rest-- I know I'm resting. I'm resting. They pull me in, they start giving me all kinds of questions, you know, this and that. He says, oh, so what are you gonna tell us, tough guy? I said, my usual, zero, nothing, I tell you... The bleep. He says no, you're gonna tell us something today, tough guy. I said alright, I'll tell you something, go bleep your mother. Bing, pow, boom, bing. You saw the paper, Anthony. My head was out like this, the prick. So now, I'm coming around, you know, all I see in front of me, this big prick again. He says, oh, what do you wanna tell me now, tough guy? I said, bing, what are you still doing here, I thought I told you to go bleep your mother. I thought he was gonna bleep. Pow, boom, bing. The bleepers. I wish I was big just once. Big cops."
Henry: "You're a pisser. You're really funny. You're really funny."
Tommy: "Uh-huh. What do you mean, I'm funny?"
Henry: "It's funny, you know, you're... It's a good story. It's funny. You're a funny guy."
Tommy: "What do you mean? You mean, the way I talk?"
Henry: "It's just, you know, you're-- you're just funny. It's-- you're fun-- You know, the way you tell the story and everything."
Tommy: "Funny how? I mean, what's funny about it?"
Anthony Stabile (Frank Adonis): "Tommy, no, you got it all wrong. Hey..."
Tommy: "Ho-ho, Anthony, he's a big boy, He knows what he said? What'd you say?"
Anthony: "You're right."
Tommy: "Funny how?"
Henry: "W-- it's..."
Tommy: "What?"
Henry: "Just, you know, you're funny. That's all."
Tommy: "You mean, let me understand this, 'cause, I don't-- You know, maybe it's me, I'm a little bleeped up, maybe. But I'm funny how? I mean, funny like I'm a clown, I amuse you? I make you laugh? I'm here to bleeping amuse you? What do you mean, funny? funny how? How am I funny?"
Henry: "I-- No-- Just, you know, how you tell the story. What?"
Tommy: "No, no, I don't know, you said it. How do I know? You said I'm funny. How the bleep am I funny? What the bleep is so funny about me? Tell me, tell me what's funny."
Henry: "Get the bleep out of here. Tommy."
Tommy: "You motherbleeper, I almost had him. You stuttering prick, here. Frankie, was he shaking? I wonder about you sometimes, Henry. You may fold under questioning."


funnyhow.wav(749K) funnyhow.mp3(749K) funnyhow.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "You're a pisser. You're really funny. You're really funny."
Tommy: "Uh-huh. What do you mean, I'm funny?"
Henry: "It's funny, you know, you're... It's a good story. It's funny. You're a funny guy."
Tommy: "What do you mean? You mean, the way I talk?"
Henry: "It's just, you know, you're-- you're just funny. It's-- you're fun-- You know, the way you tell the story and everything."
Tommy: "Funny how? I mean, what's funny about it?"
Anthony Stabile (Frank Adonis): "Tommy, no, you got it all wrong. Hey..."
Tommy: "Ho-ho, Anthony, he's a big boy, He knows what he said? What'd you say?"
Anthony: "You're right."
Tommy: "Funny how?"
Henry: "W-- it's..."
Tommy: "What?"
Henry: "Just, you know, you're funny. That's all."
Tommy: "You mean, let me understand this, 'cause, I don't-- You know, maybe it's me, I'm a little bleeped up, maybe. But I'm funny how? I mean, funny like I'm a clown, I amuse you? I make you laugh? I'm here to bleeping amuse you? What do you mean, funny? funny how? How am I funny?"
Henry: "I-- No-- Just, you know, how you tell the story. What?"
Tommy: "No, no, I don't know, you said it. How do I know? You said I'm funny. How the bleep am I funny? What the bleep is so funny about me? Tell me, tell me what's funny."


paulieaspartner.wav(246K) paulieaspartner.mp3(246K) paulieaspartner.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "Now, the guy's got Paulie as a partner. Any problems, he goes to Paulie. Trouble with the bill, he can go to Paulie, trouble with the cops, deliveries, Tommy, he can go to Paulie. But now the guy's got to come up with Paulie's money every week no matter what. Business bad, bleep you, pay me. Oh, you had a fire, bleep you, pay me. The place got hit by lightning, huh, bleep you, pay me."


bangthisbroad.wav(108K) bangthisbroad.mp3(108K) bangthisbroad.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "Tommy, why do you always do this?"
Tommy: "Don't give me any of that Tommy bleep. What the bleep I asked you for, Henry? I'm asking you for a favor. I do a lot of favors for you, don't I? I'm trying to bang this bleeping broad, you wanna help me out?"


hennyyoungman.wav(332K) hennyyoungman.mp3(332K) hennyyoungman.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henny Youngman (Himself): "How are you all? I'm glad to be here. Take my wife, please. I take my wife everywhere but she finds her way home. I said, where do you wanna go for your anniversery? She said, I wanna go somewhere I've never been. I said, try the kitchen. Dr. Wellsler is here, wonderful doctor, gave a guy 6 months to live. Couldn't pay his bill, gave him another 6 months. I love this crowd."


morrieswigs.wav(217K) morrieswigs.mp3(217K) morrieswigs.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Morris 'Morrie' Kessler (Chuck Low): "Don't buy wigs that come off at the wrong time. Morrie's wigs don't come off even under the water. And remember, Morrie's wigs are tested against hurricane winds. So forget about money. You can afford a Morrie wig, priced to fit every buget. So call me now, and come in for a personalized fitting."


BLEEPhimintheear.wav(53K) BLEEPhimintheear.mp3(53K) BLEEPhimintheear.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Morrie: "Hey, bleep him. bleep him in the ear. What are you talking about? bleep him in the other ear, that son of a bitch."


touchheragain.wav(181K) touchheragain.mp3(181K) touchheragain.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Bruce (Mark Evan Jacobs): "What do you want, bleepo? You want something? Huh?"
Bruce's friend #1: "(Henry grabs him by the hair and just starts cuffing him in the face with his gun) Hey"
Bruce's friend #2: "What are you doing?"
Henry: "I swear to my mother, if you touch her again, you're dead! (He cuffs him one more time for good measure)"
Bruce's friend #1: "(Henry points the gun at him) Don't shoot."


youwantBLEEPo.wav(24K) youwantBLEEPo.mp3(24K) youwantBLEEPo.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Bruce: "What do you want, bleepo? You want something? Huh?"


youredead.wav(45K) youredead.mp3(45K) youredead.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "I swear to my mother, if you touch her again, you're dead!"


dontshoot.wav(11K) dontshoot.mp3(11K) dontshoot.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Bruce's friend #1: "(Henry points the gun at him) Don't shoot."


aguntohide.wav(135K) aguntohide.mp3(135K) aguntohide.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Karen Hill (Lorraine Bracco): "I know there are women like my best friends who would have gotten out of there the minute their boyfriends gave them a gun to hide, but I didn't. I got to admit the truth, it turned me on."


allthemoney.wav(146K) allthemoney.mp3(146K) allthemoney.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Karen: "The bag, the bag."
Henry: "What? What bag?"
Karen: "The bag with all the envelopes in it, all the money."
Henry: "Oh, don't worry about that. No one's gonna steal that here."


leavehimout.wav(230K) leavehimout.mp3(230K) leavehimout.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Karen's Mother (Suzanne Shepherd): "Your father never stayed out all night without calling!"
Karen: "Stay out? Daddy never went out at all, Ma! Keep out of it! You don't know how I feel."
Karen's Mother: "Feel? How do you feel now? You don't know where he is, you don't know who he's with."
Karen: "He's with his friends. Dad!"
Karen's Mother: "Will you leave him out of this? He's suffered enough, already. The man hasn't been able to digest a decent meal in six weeks!"


hitoneofthosedeers.wav(357K) hitoneofthosedeers.mp3(357K) hitoneofthosedeers.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Mrs. DeVito, Tommy's Mother (Catherine Scorsese): "Where've you been?"
Tommy: "Mom, I've been working nights."
Tommy's Mother: "And?"
Tommy: "And, well, tonight we were out late. We took a ride on the-- out to the country and we hit one of those deers. And that's where all the blood came from. I told you. Jimmy told you before. Anyway, that reminds me, Ma, I need this knife. I'm gonna take this, it's okay?"
Tommy's Mother: "Okay, yeah"
Tommy: "I just need it for a lttle while."
Tommy's Mother: "But bring it back. You know?"
Tommy: "Well, the poor thing, it got-- I hit him and this, uh-- We hit the deer and his paw-- What do you call that?"
Tommy's Mother: "The paw?"
Tommy: "The paw, the..."
Tommy's Mother: "The foot."
Jimmy: "The hoof."
Tommy: "Yeah, the hoof got caught in the grill and I gotta, I gotta hack it off."
Tommy's Mother: "Ooh."
Tommy: "Ah, Ma, it's a sin, I can't leave it there, you know."


yougotwhacked.wav(282K) yougotwhacked.mp3(282K) yougotwhacked.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "For most of the guys, killings got to be accepted. Murder was the only way that everybody stayed in line. You got out of line, you got whacked. Everybody knew the rules. But sometimes even if people didn't get out of line, they got whacked. I mean, hits just became a habit for some of the guys. Guys would get into an arguements over nothing, and before you knew it, one of them was dead. They were shooting each other all the time. Shooting people was a normal thing. It was no big deal."


amadeguy.wav(221K) amadeguy.mp3(221K) amadeguy.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "We had a-- We had a serious problem with Billy Batts. This was really a touchy thing. Tommy had killed a made guy. Batts was part of the Gambino crew and considered untouchable. And before you could touch a made guy, you had to have a good reason. You had to have a sit down and you better get an okay or you'd be the one who got whacked."


dancedance.wav(387K) dancedance.mp3(387K) dancedance.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Tommy: "Dance the bleeping drink back here! That little prick. Hey, what's that movie that Bogart made?"
Tony Stacks (Tony Sirico): "Which one?"
Tommy: "That one where he played a cowboy? The only one he did?"
Tony Stacks: "Oh, The Oklahoma Kid."
Jimmy: "Shane?"
Tommy: "Oklahoma Kid... Shane? Oklahoma Kid, that's me. (Waving the gun around) I'm the Oklahoma Kid. You bleeping varmint, dance! Dance! Yahoo, you motherbleeper! Round up those bleeping wagons. Come on, you mother... (HE starts shooting at Spider's feet and accidentaly shoots his foot.) Dance, you little bleep, you. Dance, you little prick. Now he's moving."
Jimmy: "Henry, what happened?"
Henry: "You got him in the foot, Tommy!"
Tommy: "He's bleeping fine."
Henry: "Get a doctor."
Tommy: "Alright, so he got shot in the foot. What is it, a big bleeping deal?"
Henry: "Vito, Vito, get a towel."


goBLEEPyourself.wav(753K) goBLEEPyourself.mp3(753K) goBLEEPyourself.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Tommy: "Next thisg you know, he's gonna be coming in in one of those bleeping walkers. Eve though you got that, you can dance. Give us a couple of steps, Spider. You bleeping bullbleepter, you. Tell the truth. You're looking for sympathy. Is that it sweatie?"
Spider (Michael Imperioli): "Why don't you go bleep yourself, Tommy."
Jimmy: "Oh! I didn't bleeping hear right. I don't believe what I just heard. Hey, Spider, here. Here, this is for you. Atta boy. I got respect for this kid. He's got a lot of bleeping balls. Good for you. Don't take no bleep off nobody. He shoots him in the foot, he tells him to go fuk himself. Tommy, you gonna let him get away with that? You gonna let this bleeping punk get away with that? What's the matter with you? What's the world coming to?"
Tommy: "(Tommy goes nuts and shoots Spider) That's what the world is coming to. How do you like that? How's that, alright?"
Jimmy: "What's the bleeping matter with you?! What is the bleeping matter with you?! What are you stupid or what? Tommy, Tommy, I'm kidding with you. What the fuk are you doing? What are you a sick maniac?"
Tommy: "How do I know if you're kidding? What do you mean, you're kidding? You're breaking my bleeping ball?"
Jimmy: "I'm bleeping kidding with you, you bleeping shoot the guy?!"
Henry: "He's dead."
Tommy: "Good shot. What do you want from me? Good shot."


digthehole.wav(157K) digthehole.mp3(157K) digthehole.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Jimmy: "Stupid bastard! I can't bleeping believe you. Now, you're gonna dig the bleeping thing now, you're gonna dig the hole. You're gonna do it. I got no bleeping lime. You're gonna do it."
Tommy: "Who the bleep cares? I'll dig the bleeping hole. I don't give a bleep. What is it the first hole I dug? Not the first time I dug a hole. I'll bleeping dig a hole. Where are the shovels?"


giveusthemoney.wav(18K) giveusthemoney.mp3(18K) giveusthemoney.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "Just give us the bleeping money!"


takemetojail.wav(15K) takemetojail.mp3(15K) takemetojail.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Henry: "Now take me to jail."


comeonBLEEPos.wav(32K) comeonBLEEPos.mp3(32K) comeonBLEEPos.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Jimmy: "(Jimmy knocks on the window of the Feds car.) Come on, let's go for a ride."

 
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