After the Fox

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Caccia alla volpe (After the Fox) is a 1966 film comedy starring Peter Sellers and directed by Vittorio De Sica.

Aldo[edit]

  • Arrgh... If only I could steal enough to become an honest man!

Fabrizi[edit]

  • Where is he? Where is my Tony!? Where is my beautiful Tony? Look at that skin—like a baby. Whatsa matter, you never get old like the rest of us, eh? I love him, I LOVE him!
  • Stop! Stop! Cut! Cut! Shame on you, Sevalio! You are a disgrace to your village and to the motion picture industry!

De Sica[edit]

  • More sand in the desert!

Harry[edit]

  • What picture?! WHAT PICTURE!?

Police Chief[edit]

  • I could say 'Good Morning'. That wouldn't be acting, because I always say 'Good morning'.

Dialogue[edit]

Aldo: Where is Gina, mama?
Mama: On the street.
Aldo: You mean my sister is a—
Woman: BINGO.

Bystander: Who is in the car?
Aldo: Marlon Brando's nose.

Gina: That's him, Tony Powell. We saw him at the Excelsior.
Aldo: Why isn't he fat?
Gina: It's an old picture.

Tony: How many people in the world over 40 can still say they have their own teeth, huh?
Harry: How many people in the world over 50 can still say they're only 40?!

Gina: Ooh, he's a good kisser.
Aldo: You know how many good kissers are starving in Italy?

Tony: What's neo-realism?
Harry: No money.

Fabrizi: Sophia, hello my darling...no, Sophia, I told you I'm busy with Tony Powell... I'm sorry, Sophia, you will have to get somebody else. Sophia—I'm sorry my darling, there's no part for you in the picture...Would I lie to you? So—Soph—Sophia don't cry! Tony, talk to this girl, she's hysterical, she's hysterical. Talk to her, please.
Tony: Hello, Sophia?— she hung up.
Fabrizi: She'll kill me, she'll kill me. It'll be in all the Italian newspapers!

Harry: Can I see a script!?
Fabrizi: In here is my script, in here is my story.

Fabrizi: Tony plays the Fox.
Tony: An animal picture?

Fabrizi: No matter how fast you run, you cannot run away from yourself.
Tony: Brilliant!

Miss Okra: I must talk to you.
Fabrizi: Who's talking, you or him?

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