Movie: The Sting [1973] Movie: The Sting [1973]

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Doyle Lonnegan:
Not only are you a cheat, you're a gutless cheat as well.

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Henry Gondorff:
Glad to meet you, kid, you're a real horse's ass. Is Lonnegan after you too?



Johnny Hooker:
I dunno... I ain't seen anybody.



Henry Gondorff:
You never do, kid.

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Doyle Lonnegan:
You see that fella in the red sweather over there? His name's Donnie McCoy. Works a few of the protection rackets for Cunnaro when he's waiting for something better to happen. Donnie and I have known each other since we were six. Take a good look at that face, Floyd. Because if he ever finds out I can be beat by one lousy grifter, I'll have to kill him and every other hood who wants to muscle in on my Chicago operation.

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Johnny Hooker:
He's not as tough as he thinks.



Henry Gondorff:
Neither are we.

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[Figuring out which con to pull on Lonnegan]



J.J. Singleton:
I dunno know what to do with this guy, Henry. He's an Irishman who doesn't drink, doesn't smoke, and doesn't chase dames. He's a grand knight in the Knights of Columbus, and he only goes out to play faro. Sometimes plays 15 or 20 hours at a time, just him against the house.



Henry Gondorff:
Roulette? Craps?



J.J. Singleton:
He won't touch 'em. The croupier at Gilman's says he never plays anything he can't win.



Henry Gondorff:
Sports?



J.J. Singleton:
Likes to be seen with fighters sometimes, but he doesn't go to the fights or bet on 'em.



Henry Gondorff:
Jesus. Does he do anything where he's not alone?



J.J. Singleton:
Just poker. And he cheats. Pretty good at it, too.

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