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|Birthday:||December 29, 1938|
|Birthplace:||Yonkers, New York, United States|
|Educated At:||The Catholic University Of America, Archbishop Stepinac High School|
|Political Parties:||Republican Party|
|Nationality:||United States Of America|
|Occupations:||Television Actor, Film Actor, Stage Actor, Film Producer, Screenwriter|
|Religion:||Catholicism, Musilem, Satanismo|
|Spouse:||Marcheline Bertrand, Lauri Peters|
AKA: Jonathan Voight
Birthday: December 29, 1938
Birthplace: Yonkers, New York, United States
Educated At: The Catholic University Of America, Archbishop Stepinac High School
Political Parties: Republican Party
Nationality: United States Of America
Occupations: Television Actor, Film Actor, Stage Actor, Film Producer, Screenwriter
Religion: Catholicism, Musilem, Satanismo
Spouse: Marcheline Bertrand, Lauri Peters
Mr. Sir: If you don’t bother them they won’t bother you and ya won’t get bitten and die. Usually.”
Mr. Sir: It ain’t.”
Paramount Exec: Let's see where that goes.”
Stanley: Thank you, Mr. Sir.”
Bunchy: Dad, don't.
Stan: It's alright.
Mickey: What's the difference between acne and a priest? Acne waits until a boy's 14 to come on his face.”
Joe Buck: I don't want to talk about it.”
Mr. Pendanski: I wouldn’t tell the queen bee that.
Mr. Sir: I ain’t on stupid pills.”
Stanley: Everyone in my family names their son Stanley, ‘cause it’s Yelnats backwards. It’s this little...tradition.”
Cass: It's up in Central Park, taking a leak. If you hurry, you can catch the supper show.”
Mickey: What did you do, Raymond? What did you do? Did you know Sully was fuckin your little girlfriend Colleen behind your back? He found out who killed her and he knows who covered it up. I'd watch your back, kid.”
Mickey: Writing a screenplay. It's going to be a killer.
Manager: Writing? I didn't even know you could read.
Mickey: And I didn't know gas stations sold women's clothes.”
Ratso Rizzo: [deadpan] I'm impressed. You're a killer.”
The Warden Walker: You’ll do as I say. [puts her hat on and leaves]
Mr. Pendanski: What did she say?
Mr. Sir: Not much.
Mr. Pendanski: What do we do?
Mr. Sir: You’ll do as I say. [puts his hat on and leaves]
Mr. Pendanski: But you didn’t say anything, either.”
Armpit: No, ma’am. I wasn’t trying to be funny.
The Warden Walker: Excuse me?
Mr. Sir: You know something, Armpit? Your little joke has just cost you a week of shower privileges.”