Sharpay Evans: [after falling in the pool and in an angry voice] What are you doing here?
Gabriella Montez: I'm your new lifeguard.

I told you to hire Troy Bolton, not the entire east high student body!

Sharpay Evans

I have to believe that when things are bad I can change them.

Jim Braddock

It's no joke, pal. People die in fairy tales all the time.

Max Baer

Joe Gould: I got you another fight
Jim Braddock: Ha ha, go to hell.

Sporty Lewis: Is that a ghost I'm seeing? An apparition? Or is it James J. Braddock the Bulldog of Burgen?
Jim Braddock: Sporty Lewis, how ya doing?

[to Braddock after one round] You're going home in butcher paper, pal! BUTCHER PAPER!

Max Baer

Two years later Jim Braddock put his title on the line against Joe Louis. Jim knocked him down in the first round, though Louis went on to win the bout. Joe Louis would always call Jim Braddock the most courageous man he ever fought. ... Jim served honorably in World War II... He later owned and operated heavy equipment on the same docks where he labored during the Great Depression.... In the early 1960's he helped build the Verrazano Bridge... Jim and Mae bought a house in New Jersey with the winnings from the Baer fight. They raised their children in that house and lived there for the rest of their lives.

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"In all the history of the boxing game you find no human interest story to compare with the life narrative of James J. Braddock...” - Damon Runyon

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He won!

Mae Braddock
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[to Gould] They ought to put your mouth in a circus.

Jimmy Johnston

Attaboy! Keep him busy!

Joe Gould

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