25 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Quotes' To Make You LOL
"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," another Quentin Tarantino classic, debuted in theaters in 2019, led by a star-studded cast. The dark-humored comedy follows two friends, Rick Dalton, and Cliff Booth, as they pursue Hollywood success in 1969 Los Angeles.
Cliff Booth, a stunt double, and Rick Dalton, a has-been actor, are on a mission to salvage Rick's dwindling career. The two embark on this adventure, interacting with several colorful characters and producing some of the film's most hilarious moments.
A memorable part of "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" was Cliff and Rick's relationship. The pair had a friendship, and a bromance dynamic shone throughout the film. So whether you're about to rewatch the movie or want a taste of what it has to offer, enjoy its humor in these quotes below.
Cliff Booth with the quote, "I'm as real as a donut." | Source: Facebook/OnceInHollywood
Famous 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Quotes
"You want me to look like a hippie?" — Rick Dalton
"Cliff Booth: Oh, I know you. I know all three of you! Yeah, Spahn Ranch! Spahn Ranch, yeah! Woo! [turns to Katie] I don't know your name, but I remember that hair. [turns to Sadie] And you, I remember your white little face. [turns to Tex] And you were on a horsey! Yeah... you are?
Tex: I'm the Devil. And I'm here to do the Devil's business.
Cliff Booth: ...Nah, it was dumber than that." — "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"
"George isn't blind, you're blind!" — Pussycat
"I'm as real as a donut." — Tex
"Anybody order Fried Sauerkraut?!" — Rick Dalton
Bruce Lee with the quote, "My hands are registered as lethal weapons." | Source: Facebook/OnceInHollywood
"Pussycat: Are you an actor?
No, I'm a stuntman." — "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"
"My hands are registered as lethal weapons." — Bruce Lee
"Anybody accidentally kills anybody in a fight, they go to jail. It’s called manslaughter." — Cliff Booth
"I hired you to be an actor, Rick, not a TV cowboy. You’re better than that." — Sam Wanamaker
"Hey! You're Rick [expletive] Dalton. Don't you forget it." — Cliff Booth
Rick Dalton with the quote, "Rick, it's a flamethrower." | Source: Facebook/OnceInHollywood
"Cliff Booth: It's Cliff Booth.
George Spahn: Who?! John Wilkes Booth?" — "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"
"That was the best acting I’ve ever seen in my whole life." — Trudi Fraser
Some of the Film's Funniest Moments and Interactions
"And away we go." — Cliff Booth
"Rick, it's a flamethrower." — Weapon Supervisor
"About fifteen years, you'll be living it." — Trudi Fraser
Pussycat with the quote, "I'm sorry. I didn't realize the two of you were so close." | Source: Facebook/OnceInHollywood
"I’m sorry. I didn't realize the two of you were so close." — Squeaky
"And now you're pretending that I didn't tell you I was [expletive] blind!" — George Spahn
"So Rick, who's gonna kick the [expletive] out of you next week?" — Marvin Schwarz
"What the hell are you looking at, you little ginger-haired [expletive]?" — Rick Dalton
"Rick Dalton: Hey! You're a good friend, Cliff.
Cliff Booth: I try." — "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"
Bruce Lee with the dialogue, "Bruce Lee: You know, you're kinda pretty for a stuntman. Cliff Booth: That's what they tell me." | Source: OnceInHollywood
"Cliff Booth: All right. What's the matter, partner?
Rick Dalton: It's official, old buddy. I'm a has-been." — "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"
"Cliff Booth: So you're feeling better?
Rick Dalton: Oh yeah, yes, sorry about all that.
Cliff Booth: Give me my glasses back
Rick Dalton: [playfully] Come get 'em [expletive]. Alright, alright, Audi Murphy, relax! There you go. [hands the glasses back]" — "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"
"Don't cry in front of the Mexicans." — Cliff Booth
"I believe it's the job of an actor - and I say actor, not actress because the word actress is nonsensical - it's the actor's job to avoid impediments to their performance. It's the actor's job to strive for one hundred percent effectiveness." — Trudi Fraser
"Bruce Lee: You know, you're kinda pretty for a stuntman.
Cliff Booth: That's what they tell me." — "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"
Cliff Booth with his quote, "Don't cry in front of the Mexicans." | Source: Facebook/OnceInHollywood
If this collection of quotes has entertained you, perhaps you'll enjoy these by Marla Singer from another Brad Pitt-led film, "Fight Club."