That wasn't very sporting, using real bullets.

Phillip Vandamm

The Professor: If I thought there was any chance of changing your mind, I'd talk about Miss Kendall, of whom you so obviously disapprove.
Roger Thornhill: Yes, for using sex like some people use a flyswatter.

Roger Thornhill: You're police, aren't you? Or is it FBI?
The Professor: FBI, CIA, ONI... we're all in the same alphabet soup.

Roger Thornhill: When we get out of this, you can ride the train with me again.
Eve Kendall: Is that a proposition?
Roger Thornhill: It's a proposal, sweetie!

Seems to me you fellows could stand a little less training from the F.B.I. and a little more from the Actor's Studio.

Phillip Vandamm

So horribly sad. How is it I feel like laughing?


I don't like the way Teddy Roosevelt is looking at me.

Roger Thornhill

Sorry love, I'm sentimental.

Roger Thornhill

[to Eve] Who are you kidding? You have no feelings to hurt.

Roger Thornhill

Eve Kendall: You've got taste in clothes, taste in food.
Roger Thornhill: [necks Eve] Hmm, And taste in women. I like your flavor.

Eve Kendall: While I'm calling, you can change your clothes.
Roger Thornhill: Where do you propose I do that? In Marshall Field's window?
Eve Kendall: I sort of had the men's room in mind.
Roger Thornhill: Did you, know? You're the smartest girl I ever spent the night with on a train.

Larry Wade: [Referring to the drinks] We've gotten a head start here, Mr. Thornhill.
Roger Thornhill: That won't last long.

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