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CHICAGO 2002 Film
  • Velma Kelly: I just can't take it anymore. You can't go anywhere without hearing about that dumb tomato!

  • Bailiff: Do you promise to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?
    Velma Kelly: And then some.

  • Billy Flynn: Give 'em a show that's so splendiferous, row after row will grow vociferous.

  • Billy Flynn: I don't mean to toot my own horn, but if Jesus Christ lived in Chicago today, and he had come to me and he had five thousand dollars, let's just say things would have turned out differently.

  • Roxie: And then I started foolin' around... and then I started screwin' around, which is foolin' around without dinner.

  • Velma Kelly: First she steals my publicity. Then she steals my lawyer, my trial date. And now she steals my goddamn garter.

  • Roxie: You can like the life you're living, you can live the life you like. You can even marry Harry, but mess around with Ike.

  • Billy Flynn: My client feels that it was a combination of liquor and jazz that led to the downfall.

  • Ms. Sunshine: As you know my paper is dry. Do you have any advice for girls who choose to avoid a life of jazz, and drink?

  • Billy Flynn: You're a phony celebrity and in two weeks no one's going to give a shit about you... that's Chicago.

  • Matron Mama Morton: As you know I'm here to take care of you. Now if anything hurts you, or upsets you in any way... don't run your fat ass mouth off to me cause I don't give a shit. Now move out.

  • Billy Flynn: Give 'em the old razzle dazzle. Razzle razzle 'em. Give 'em an act with lots of flash in it and the reaction will be passionate.

  • June: I'm standin' in the kitchen, carving up a chicken for dinner, minding my own business, when in storms my husband, Wilbur, in a jealous rage. "You've been screwing the milkman," he said. He was crazy, and he kept on screaming, "You've been screwing the milkman." And then he ran into my knife... he ran into my knife ten times.

  • Roxie: In the Bed Department, Amos was... zero. I mean, he made love to me like he was fixing a carburetor or something.

  • Matron Mama Morton: They say that life is tit for tat, and that's the way I live... so I deserve a lotta tat for what I've got to give.

  • Matron Mama Morton: In this town, murder's a form of entertainment.

  • Billy Flynn: This is Chicago, kid. You can't beat fresh blood on the walls.

  • Roxie: Who says that murder's not an art?

  • Billy Flynn: They'd love you a lot more if you were hanged. You know why? Because it would sell more papers!

  • Velma Kelly: I just can't take it anymore. You can't go anywhere without hearing about that dumb tomato!

  • Velma Kelly: She'd say, "What's your sister like?" I'd say, "Men."

  • Billy Flynn: You're a free woman, Roxie Hart. And God save Illinois.

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