Neil McCauley
Robert De Niro as "Neil McCauley" in Heat (1995):
Don't move. Don't fuckin' move. Put your hands in the air. Put your hands in the air. Put 'em up.
Dragnet (1987) PG
Dragnet - Theatrical release poster
Theatrical release poster
Tagline: Just The Facts.
Genres: Comedy | Crime
Released: 26 June 1987 (USA)
Length: 106 min
Rating: 8 out of 10 8 /10
  • An 80's comedy classic, Hanks and Aykroyd are great.
  • P.A.G.A.N. sheepskin chaps!
This is the City and only Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks can save it in this hilarious box-office blockbuster that pays homage to the famed original police drama of the 50's and 60's. Akroyd is at his comedic best as the namesake nephew of Detective Sgt. Joe Friday. Like his uncle, he's a blue-suited, by-the-rules cop who reluctantly joins forces with his footloose partner Pep Streebak (Hanks) to rescue the City of the Angels from the machinations of a power-mad Reverend and corrupt Police Commissioner. And those are "just the facts" of this hysterically funny action-comedy.
Sylvia Wiss
Sgt. Joe Friday
[pulls her top off] Do these look like the breasts of a forty year old woman?No ma'am. They're quite impressive... bordering on spectacular.
Det. Pep Streebek
[Joe Friday arrives]Thank God, it's Friday!
Sgt. Joe Friday
Det. Pep Streebek
"Prepare the virgin"? I don't like the sound of that.Let's just hope they're not referring to you.
Jerry Caesar
Reverend, you've got balls as big as church bells.
Sgt. Joe Friday
I don't care what undercover rock you crawled out from, there's a dress code for detectives in Robbery-Homicide. Section 3-605. 10. 20. 22. 24. 26. 50. 70. 80. It specifies: clean shirt, short hair, tie, pressed trousers, sports jacket or suit, and leather shoes, preferably with a high shine on them.
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