Dan Butler: America? Flat tracks! Dirt tracks! And the life there! It's on the fritz, believe me. Here we go wherever we please and see the sights! Louis Bork: I would hate to think I've been double-crossed by a tinhorn crook. That would hurt my pride. Dan Butler: You're a pretty cold dame! Paule Manet: You bet I am! Dan Butler: I enjoy cold dames! Paule Manet: Well, the way I got it, America's a great big country which is entirely populated by men who are misunderstood. No, not entirely. Joe Butler: Huh? Paule Manet: There are also the women who misunderstand them. If it isn't the wife, it is a girl who is out sitting under the apple tree. Joe Butler: What apple tree? Paule Manet: The good old apple tree. A lot of things must grow on trees - cigarettes and chocolate bars, nylon stockings, anything! Paule Manet: Tell me, how does a man get to be a 100% heel? Dan Butler: It's easy! Louis Bork: A double-cross has its price. Dan Butler: Keep looking for her, Joe. She'll come back. You just keep looking for your girl. You'll find her. Dan Butler: [Realizing that Bork has caught up to him] What took you so long? Louis Bork: What did it all come to? All this stuff of going to Nice and the tickets you bought to South America and later sold? What did it get you, huh? A month of life? Yes, that's something! And paying me back in francs instead of lire! Dan Butler: And you came up here just to tell me that? Louis Bork: No, Danny Boy, I'm here on business, of course, with pleasure as a sideline. Taking care of you will be my pleasure. I always take care of sidelines. Paule Manet: Kids are all right until they grow up into men. Louis Bork: A wise boy like you should know I'm not kidding when I say I think I'm gonna kill you, Danny, just as sure as you're sitting there pretending you're not scared. I'd do it now like that [Snapping his fingers] Louis Bork: without a thought except I want my money first. I'm funny that way. Paule Manet: [Trying to convince him to throw the race] But it's just one more race! Dan Butler: Just one race - one more and one more, and that's the way it goes! When I was fifteen, I threw my first one. I've thrown hundreds since. Now look at me! The places I run away from! The places I can't show my face! A guy ends up playing tag with himself! He's gotta stop sometime! Dan Butler: I'm not talkin' about money. Any bird with a million dollars can be a millionaire.