Hank Stamper (Paul Newman) and his father, Henry Stamper (Henry Fonda) own and operate the family business by cutting and shipping logs in O...更多>
Henry Stamper: Why don't you show us some of that university learnin'... say something to us in trigonometry. Go on! Say something to us in trigonom'. [repeated lines] Henry Stamper: Where did you get all that hair? Leland Stamper: It grows. Henry Stamper: [commenting on watching Leland wake up] He looked just like Rita Hayworth! Hank Stamper: Well, good luck. Willard Eggleston: [amazed at his apathy] Good luck? Hank Stamper: Well, yeah, Willard. Now, you have to admit, it's better than "best wishes" or "bon voyage," so take it how I'm givin' it to you. Good luck, Willard! [repeated line] Henry Stamper: I've got contracts to fill, eggs to hatch and cats to kill. Hank Stamper: [after Leeland removes his shirt to investigate a bug-bite] Where'd you learn the strip act? In college? Andy Stamper: [about sliding down a very big hill] The first step's a bitch! Hank Stamper: [singing] Don't ever hit your mother with a shovel. It will leave a dull impression on her mind. Paul Newman said the same line in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid".