21,183. My name’s Charles Bronson. In all my life I’ve wanted to be famous. I knew I was made for better things. I had a calling. I didn’t know why. Wasn’t singing. Can’t fucking act. Kind of running out of choices really, aren’t we. (GBH Films & Name & Prison & Fame) Bronson 2009 starring Tom Hardy & Matt King & James Lance & Amanda Burton & Kelly Adams & Jonathan Phillips & Mark Powley & Joe Tuckeret al, director Nicolas Winding Refn
21,184. There was nothing wrong with my upbringing. My parents were decent, respectable and upstanding members of society. (GBH Films & Parents & Prison) ibid.
21,185. But I wasn’t bad. Wasn’t bad bad. And I still had my principles. (GBH Films & Bad & Prison) ibid.
21,186. Before I forget I did come into this world as Michael Peterson. But I go out with my fighting name. Charlie Bronson. Which is my alter ego. (GBH Films & Alter Ego & Name & Prison) ibid.
21,187. I’ve always fancied myself as being a comedian. (GBH Films & Prison & Comedy) ibid.
21,188. To me it was a hotel room. (GBH Films & Prison) ibid.
21,189. Soon everybody was going to know my name. (GBH Films & Prison & Name) ibid.
21,190. I deserve to go to prison for what I did. I want my hotel room back! (GBH Films & Prison) ibid. Broadmoor for the Criminally Insane
21,191. Twenty-six years! Twenty-six years of solitary I’ve done and I ain‘t killed no-one. I’m not joking. Not a soul. Ever. (GBH Films & Prison) ibid.
21,192. Well time stops for no man, ladies and gentlemen, and my time was coming up. Parole? And just when I was about to make a name to be reckoned with. As what? You don’t want to be trapped inside with me, sunshine. Inside I’m someone nobody wants to fuck with, do you understand? I am Charlie Bronson. I am Britain’s most violent prisoner. Prison was ... honestly? Brilliant! I liked it personally. Fuck that – loved it! It was Exciting. It was on the edge. It was madness at its very best. (GBH Films & Prison) ibid.
21,429. Oceans Sequence: What do you think you would do if released? (GBH Films & Prison) Ocean’s 11 2001 starring George Clooney & Matt Damon & Brad Pitt & Bernie Mac & Elliott Gould & Casey Affleck & Scott Caan & Eddie Jamison & Don Cheadle & Shaobo Qin & Andy Garcia & Julia Roberts & Angie Dickinson et al, parole board to Ocean
21,492. Cherry Hill: and there they built a prison modeled on the lines of a medieval fortress: its grim walls have stood since 1821, and within them many men have paid the price of crime. (GBH Films & Film Noir & Prison) Outside the Wall 1950 starring Richard Basehart & Marilyn Maxwell & Signe Hasso & Dorothy Hart & Joseph Pevney & Lloyd Gough & Harry Morgan & John Hoyt et al, director Crane Wilbur, opening remarks
21,496. You don’t know what’s it’s like inside: I used to be afraid of freedom; now I can’t do without it. (GBH Films & Film Noir & Prison & Freedom) ibid.
21,504. Name and number. (GBH Films & Prison) Scum 1979 starring Ray Winstone & Phil Daniels & Mick Ford & Julian Firth & John Blundell & Ray Burdis & John Judd & Philip Jackson & Peter Howell & John Grillo & John Fowler et al, director Alan Clarke, Screw
21,505. I’m the daddy here and I run this wing. (GBH Films & Prison) ibid. Carlin
21,506. They’ll be no more talk of Mecca in this establishment. (GBH Films & Prison) ibid. governor
21,507. I’m the daddy now. Next time I’ll fucking kill ya. (GBH Films & Prison) ibid. Carlin
21,508. The punitive system does not work. (GBH Films & Prison) ibid. Archer
21,713. I don’t think she could admit to herself that you were really locked away. Answering your letters would have seemed like an acceptance of what you did. (GBH Films & Prison) The Heavy 2009 starring Christopher Lee & Vinnie Jones & Gary Stretch & Stephen Rea & Shannyn Sossamon & Lee Ryan & Adrian Paul & Jean Marsh & Sadie Frost et al, director Marcus Warren, father to son
21,886. We’ve all been inside. Including me. (GBH Films & Prison) Crooks Anonymous 1962 starring Leslie Phillips & Julie Christie & Stanley Baker & Wilfrid Hyde-White & Michael Medwin & Raymond Huntley & Norman Rossington et al, director Ken Annakin, woman on reception desk
21,970. How much time have you done? (GBH Films & Prison) The St Louis Bank Robbery 1959 starring Steve McQueen & Crahan Denton & David Clarke & James Dukas & Molly McCarthy & Martha Gable & Larry Gerst et al, directors Charles Guggenheim & John Stix, gangsta to McQueen
21,971. I’m never going back, no matter what. (GBH Films & Prison) ibid.
22,527. Three years you’ve been in here now and never once have you even tried to escape. (GBH Films & Prison) Two Way Stretch 1960 starring Peter Sellers & Wilfrid Hyde-White & Maurice Denham & Irene Handl & Lionel Jeffries & Liz Fraser & David Lodge & Beryl Reid & Bernard Cribbins et al, director Robert Day, Handl
22,529. I just got out of jail. I am innocent. (GBH Films & Prison) Buffalo 66 1998 starring Vincent Gallo & Christina Ricci & Anjelica Huston & Ben Gazzara & Kevin Corrigan & Mickey Rourke & Rosanna Arquette & Kevin Pollak & Alex Karras et al, director Vincent Gallor
22,553. They’re never ever going to get me in there again. (GBH Films & Prison) Ned Kelly 1970 starring Mick Jagger & Geoff Gilmour & Mark McManus & Serge Lazareff & Peter Sumner & Ken Shorter & Aaron Sherritt & Clarissa Kaye et al, director Tony Richardson, Ned to sister
22,596. You’re going to jail, Jack. And do you know what happens to a cop in jail? Hum, dead meat, pal, dead meat. (GBH Films & Prison) Murphy's Law 1986 starring Charles Bronson & Carrie Snodgress & Robert F Lyons & Kathleen Wilhoite & Angel Tompkins & Janet MacLachlan & Lawrence Tierney & Richard Romanus et al, director J Lee Thompson
22,818. They’re prisoners too like us. (GBH Films & Prison) We’re No Angels 1954 starring Aldo Ray & Humphrey Bogart & Peter Ustinov & Joan Bennett & Basil Rathbone & Leo G Carroll & John Baer & Gloria Talbott & Lea Penman & John Smith et al, director Michael Curtiz, Bogart
22,823. I’ll say one thing for prison – you meet a better class of prison. (GBH Films & Prison) ibid.
24,014. Air Force Security Man: I’m going to lock you up for two-hundred years.
Kirk: That would be about right. (Star Trek & Prison) Star Trek: Tomorrow is Yesterday s1e19
24,135. You are now prisoners of the Klingon Empire against which you have committed a wanton act of war. (Star Trek & Prison) Star Trek: Day of the Dove s3e7, Klingon hits Kirk
24,177. The prisoners will not be harmed. Until they’re found guilty. (Star Trek & Prisoner) Star Trek: The Next Generation: Encounter at Farpoint I s1e1, Q as judge
24,178. Before this gracious court now appear these prisoners to answer for the multiple and grievous savageries of the species. (Star Trek & Prisoner) ibid. Clerk of court
24,469. A place can be safe and still be a prison. (Star Trek & Prison) Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Birthright II s6e17, Worf bird