Charlie's Angels Quotes

Candyman: [over the CB] Angel Eyes, this is the Candyman. You got a voice like sweet taffy. What you doin' pushing an 18-legged pogo stick and all?

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Charles Townsend: [on speakerphone] I'm afraid I'm, I'm eh, I'm snowed in here at Aspen, Angels. But it's not all bad, my suite offers a magnificent view of local natural formations. [cut to a buxom blonde taking off her wintercoat in front of Charlie]
Charles Townsend: And it's uncanny how they bring to mind the majestic slopes of Switzerland.

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John Bosley: Charlie, I, eh, have quite a wrap sheet, here on Mr. Harley Dexter. It appears that he's working with the Eastern Syndicate. He's a man of... two passions. Swindling is one, I'll give you the traditional three guesses as to the other.
Kris Munroe: Charlie, do you suppose that Tiffany, Kelly or myself will qualify for Mr. Dexter's other passion?
Charles Townsend: [Over speakerphone] My dears, why ever do you think we're in this business?

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Lee Majors: I used to have a wife gave me great backrubs. Yeah, those were the days.
Farrah Fawcett-Majors: Let's not fight...
Lee Majors: She found another guy: Charlie. What's that som'bitch got that I don't?

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Tiffany Welles: Okay, we know who the suspect is.
Kris Munroe: And we know what he's after.
Kelly Garrett: So what's the catch?
Charles Townsend: [on speakerphone] Roth is the catch, Angels, he's extremely self-contained, practically impregnable. And I have heard that he's impervious to feminine wiles.
Kris Munroe: Hm, that sounds like a challenge.
Charles Townsend: [on speakerphone] Well, it's certainly not a piece of cake.

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[first lines]
Charlie Townsend: Once upon a time there were three little girls who went to the police academy - two in Los Angeles, the other in San Francisco - and they were each assigned very hazardous duties. But I took them away from all that, and now they work for me. My name is Charlie.

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