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The Funniest Quotes From 'Take the Money and Run'  

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The best quotes from Take the Money and Run make you realize how funny the movie really is, even if you haven't seen it in a while. Let's rank the greatest quotes from Take the Money and Run, with the help of your votes. Starring Woody Allen, Janet Margolin, and Marcel Hillaire, Take the Money and Run was directed by Woody Allen and was released in 1969. A classic Woody Allen movie, Take the Money and Run has a 90% on Rotten Tomatoes with an 80% audience score.

What are your favorite lines from Take the Money and Run? One of the memorable one-liners was when Louise said, "He’d have the gang over for a meeting and I’d put out a little tray of pretzels and bullets." Another great line from Take the Money and Run is, "Nobody wears beige to a bank robbery!" Spoken by Virgil Starkwell who was played by Woody Allen.

Vote up all the Take the Money and Run quotes you want to see at the top of the list, regardless of which character they come from.

It's Who You Know is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Funniest Quotes From 'Take the Money and Run'
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It's Who You Know

Louise: He is always very depressed. I think that if he'd been a successful criminal, he would have felt better. You know, he never made the 'ten most wanted' list. It's very unfair voting; it's who you know.

 

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He's My Husband is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Funniest Quotes From 'Take the Money and Run'
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He's My Husband

Louise: He'd have the gang over for a meeting and I'd put out a little tray of pretzels and bullets... I had to. He's my husband.

 

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Even At The Age Of Six is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Funniest Quotes From 'Take the Money and Run'
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Even At The Age Of Six

Julius Epstein - The Psychiatrist: Well, I think the conflict in this personality, uh, sorta started from his formative years. I think it gives evidence in his choice of the cello. For instance, studying the cello at the age of six. Is just coming out of the formative years, but the conflict is there in his choice. Because it is generally assumed the cello is a phallic symbol, I mean with the grasp and the lowest structural forms certainly a feminine, if anything motherly. In fact, the utilization of the bow, I would imagine is the sublimation of the stroking the torso. So between the grasping, the phallic and the stroking of the torso, would create, I would imagine great conflict. Even at the age of six.

 

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Doing It Right is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Funniest Quotes From 'Take the Money and Run'
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Doing It Right

Virgil Starkwell: And he said, "Well, do I think that sex is dirty", and I , I said, "It is if you're doing it right."

 

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