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Blue Velvet

Blue Velvet quotes

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Dorothy Vallens
Frank Booth

Dorothy: [to Frank] Hello baby.
Frank: Who is this ****?
Dorothy: A friend, he's from the neighborhood. We were just talking.
Frank: Oh, you're 'from the neighborhood.'
Jeffrey: Yeah.
Frank: You're a neighbor. Well what's your name neighbor?
Jeffrey: Jeffrey.
Dorothy: He's a good kid, Frank.
Frank: Shut the **** up! [to Jeffrey] Hey, you wanta go for a ride?
Jeffrey: No thanks.
Frank: No thanks. What does that mean?
Jeffrey: I don't want to go.
Frank: Go where?
Jeffrey: On a ride.
Frank: A ride? Hell, that's a good idea. Okay, let's go. Hey, let's go.

Radio Announcer: Logs, logs, logs. Lumberton, USA. At the sound of the falling tree, it's 1:30, and this is the mighty voice of Lumberton, the town where people really know how much wood a woodchuck chucks.

Ben: To your health.
Frank: Ah, shit, let's drink to something else. Let's drink to ****ing. Yeah, say, "Here's to your ****, Frank."
Ben: If you like, Frank. Here's to your ****.
Frank: Suave, man. You're so ****in' suave. [punches Jeffrey oin the face, forcing him to toast Ben]
Jeffrey: Here's to Ben.
Frank: Be polite!
Jeffrey: Here's to Ben.[more enthusiastically]
Ben: Thank you for the toast. That was a very nice neighbor. Did he hurt your little face? [punches Jeffrey in the stomach] That feel better?

Frank: Mommy. Mommy. Mommy. Mommy.
Dorothy: Mommy loves you.
Frank: Baby wants to ****. Get ready to ****. You ****er's ****er. You ****er. Don't you ****in' look at me!...Baby wants blue velvet...Don't ****in' look at me. Don't ****in' look at me. Don't you look at me. Daddy's coming. Daddy's coming home. Don't you ****in' look at me. Daddy's coming home...Don't you ****in' look at me. [blows out the candle] Now it's dark. Stay alive baby. Do it for Van Gogh.

Dorothy: Hello baby.
Frank: Shut up. It's Daddy you shit-head. Where's my bourbon? Can't you ****in' remember anything? Now it's dark. Spread your legs. Wider. Show it to me. Don't you ****in' look at me!

Ben: Darling? Darling, could you bring some glasses and we'll have a beer with Frank. Thank you. Please sit down.
Frank: Shit man. How the shit are ya?
Ben: Fine, Frank, fine. How are you?
Frank: ****in' good. I'm real ****in' good.

Dorothy: What do you want to do?
Jeffrey: I'll do anything.
Dorothy: Are you a bad boy?
Jeffrey: What do you mean?
Dorothy: Do you want to do bad things? Anything? Anything?
Jeffrey: What do you want?
Dorothy: I want you to hurt me.
Jeffrey: No, I don't want to hurt you. I told you I want to help you. Dorothy, I know some of what's happening. Frank has your husband and son doesn't he? You've got to do something. Go to the police.
Dorothy: No police!! No police!! Go on, hit me. Hit me!
Jeffrey: No, no.
Dorothy: Get away! Get away from my bedroom!

Dorothy: ...What do you want?
Jeffrey: Nothing. Are you all right?
Dorothy: Yeah. I'm all right...
Jeffrey: I'll go then.
Dorothy: Don? Oh Don.
Jeffrey: No.
Dorothy: Oh Don. Hold me. Hold me. I'm scared. I'm scared. I'm scared. [she hugs him tightly]
Jeffrey: It's OK. It's OK.
Dorothy: Do you like me? Do you like me?
Jeffrey: Yes.
Dorothy: Do you like the way I feel?
Jeffrey: Yes.
Dorothy: See my breast? You can feel it. My nipple. Still hard. You can touch it. You can feel it. Do you like the way I feel?
Jeffrey: Yes.
Dorothy: Feel me. Hit me.
Jeffrey: No. Dorothy no. Stop it.
Dorothy: Hit me! Hit me! Hit me!

Jeffrey: See that clock on the wall...Five minutes from now, you're not going to believe what I've told you. Number One. Today, I staked out Frank's place with a camera. Now, there's another man involved in all this. I call him the 'Yellow Man'. You saw his back the other day at Dorothy's apartment. Today, I saw the Yellow Man go into Frank's building, laughing with Frank. Now, the only trouble is, what does that prove?
Sandy: Nothing really, but it's interesting.
Jeffrey: Number Two. I saw the Yellow Man come out and meet up with a well-dressed man carrying an alligator briefcase. They went to this factory building downtown, stood on a staircase and looked off into the distance. Now get this. In the distance, there was a murder - this drug dealer was shot to death and a woman had her legs broken.
Sandy: Jeffrey!
Jeffrey: And these two guys told me that the police would find a huge amount of drugs in the dead dealer's place.
Sandy: I can't believe what you're finding out. Are you gonna continue with this?
Jeffrey: Yeah.
Sandy: Until when? I mean, what are you going to do with this stuff?
Jeffrey: Well, I don't know.
Sandy: You're not going back to her apartment. [Jeffrey nods] Jeffrey why?
Jeffrey: I'm seeing something that was always hidden. I'm involved in a mystery. I'm in the middle of a mystery and it's all secret.
Sandy: You like mysteries that much?
Jeffrey: Yeah. You're a mystery. I like you, very much.
Sandy: Oh yeah?
[He kisses her]
Sandy: Jeffrey. Don't. Please.
Jeffrey: You worry about me really?
Sandy: Yeah. Is that so surprising? Yeah, I worry. A lot. I got you into this.

Detective Williams: Well now Jeffrey, you found something which is very interesting to us. Very interesting. I know you must be curious to know more. But I'm afraid I'm gonna have to ask you now not only not to tell anyone about your find but also not to ask more about the case. One day, when it's all sewed up, I'll let you know all the details. Right now, though, I can't.
Jeffrey: I understand. I'm just real curious like you said.
Detective Williams: I was the same way myself when I was your age. I guess that's what got me into this business.
Jeffrey: It must be great.
Detective Williams: It's horrible too.

Dorothy: Get out of there. Get out! Put your hands up on your head. Do it! Get on your knees. Do it! What are you doing? Who are you? What's your name?
Jeffrey: Jeffrey
Dorothy: Jeffrey what?
Jeffrey: Jeffrey nothing.
Dorothy: Do you sneak into girls' apartments to see them get undressed?
Jeffrey: Never before this.

Detective Williams: That's a human ear all right.

Jeffrey Beaumont: Frank... is a very sick and dangerous man.

Dorothy: Oh God, they hurt him. Jeffrey, Jeffrey, Jeffrey. Hold me. Hold me. Hold me. Oh God. My secret love.
Mrs. Williams: I called for an ambulance and the police are on their way.
Dorothy: Don't get the police. STOP IT. I LOVE YOU. LOVE ME. He put his disease in me. Tell me it's all right. I opened myself to you. Tell me it's all right, all right.
Jeffrey: Sandy...please. Sandy.
Mrs. Williams: I'll get a coat to put on her.
Sandy: Jeffrey, what's going on here?
Jeffrey: I'll tell you.
Dorothy: They have hurt his head.
Jeffrey: Who, Dorothy?
Dorothy: Don. Help him. Help him. Promise me you'll HELP HIM. He put his disease in me.
Jeffrey: I should go.
Sandy: Go.
Jeffrey: ...Sandy? [She slaps him in the face]

Radio Announcer: It's a sunny, woodsy day in Lumberton, so get those chain saws out. This is the mighty W-O-O-D. At the sound of the falling tree, it's 9:30. There's a whole lot of wood out there, so let's get goin'.