Quotes from the Movie Casino

I hired an old friend of mine, Billy Sherbert as the casino manager and we got to work. Of course, I had to guarantee employment for a few juiced-in local cowboys. They were blood relatives of the local politicians, and I did not want to make waves. Without us, these men would still be shoveling manure.

Sam Rothstein

What is this mess? Ward, you have to keep a cleaner station. If you need Mr. Clean, just page him, all right?

Sam Rothstein

I would not give this bum a mop job if I had my way.

Sam Rothstein

I don't give a damn who he's connected to; tell him to take his filthy feet off the table. What does he think this is, a damn sawdust joint?

Sam Rothstein

Wanna do me a favor? You wanna take your feet off the table and put your shoes back on?

Sam Rothstein

I want you to exit this guy off the premises and I want you to exit him off his feet and use his head to open the stinkin' door.

Sam Rothstein

Well, it wasn't long before what I was afraid was going to happen, happened. Nicky managed to get himself banned from every casino in Las Vegas. And from that moment on I couldn't be seen with him in Vegas or anywhere near it.

Sam Rothstein

Forget it. You cannot so much as set foot in the parking lot. That is how serious this is.

Sam Rothstein

It just didn't sink into Nicky's head about what it meant. I mean, not being able to go inside a casino is one issue, but having your name in the black book is another. That is like sending your dossier to every state trooper and FBI agent in the United States. I mean, you are listed there alongside Al Capone. But Nicky did not care, he just didn't get it.

Sam Rothstein

These old greaseballs may not look it, but believe me; these are the men who secretly control Las Vegas. Because they managed the Teamsters Union. The Teamsters Union was who you had to go to in order to borrow money to build a casino. And no one got approved for a loan from the Teamster's pension fund unless these guys in the room knew they were going to get their little suitcases.

Nicky Santoro

To be truthful with you, I had to admire this guy. He was one of the toughest Irishmen I ever met. This snake in the grass was tough. For two days and two nights, we beat the hell out of this guy. I mean, we even stuck ice-picks in his head. But he never talked. In the end, I had to put his damn head in a vise. Listen to me, Anthony. I got your head in a stinkin' vise. I'll squash your stinkin' head like a grapefruit, if you don't give me a name. Don't make me have to do this, please. Don't make me be a bad guy, come on.

Nicky Santoro

"Charlie M"? "Charlie M"?! You made me pop your lousy eye out of your head to protect that piece of dirt?! "Charlie M"?! You dumb moron! You dumb moron!

Nicky Santoro

I think in all fairness I should explain to you exactly what it is that I do. For instance, tomorrow morning I'll get up nice and early take a walk down over to the bank and walk in and see you. And um, if you don't have my money for me, I'll crack your stinkin' head wide open in front of everybody at the bank. And just about the time that I'm coming out of jail, hopefully you'll be coming out of your coma. And guess what? I'll split your stinkin' head open again. 'Cuz I'm really stupid. I don't give a damn about jail. That's my business. That's what I do. And we all know what you do, don't we, Charlie? You cheat people out of money and get away with it.

Nicky Santoro

Hey, you fat Irish pig, you put my money to sleep. You go get my money or I'll put your filthy brain to sleep!

Nicky Santoro

"Where's my head"? Where's your lousy guts?!

Nicky Santoro

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