You’re no good, Henry.
You never have been.
You’re not worth killing.
Baby, the Rain Must Fall (1965)
Walter Chalmers: The Organization. Several murders. Could do us both a great deal of good.
Bullitt: Look, Chalmers, let’s understand each other. I don’t like you.
Walter Chalmers: Come on now, don’t be naive, Lieutenant. We both know how careers are made. Integrity is something you sell to the public.
Bullitt: You sell whatever you want, but don’t sell it here tonight.
Walter Chalmers: Frank, we must all compromise.
Elvira Bonner: You and Ace. Maybe you’re the lucky ones, drifting the way you do.
Junior Bonner: Maybe.
Steve McQueen in The Magnificent Seven (1960)
There are bad cops and there are good cops - and then there’s Bullitt.
Steve McQueen and Natalie Wood c. 1960s
Faye Dunaway and Steve McQueen photographed by Bill Ray, 1967.