The Rocketeer (film)

1991 film directed by Joe Johnston

The Rocketeer is a 1991 period adventure film produced by Walt Disney Pictures and based on the character of the same name created by comic book writer/artist Dave Stevens. Directed by Joe Johnston.

The film was released on June 21, 1991 and bombed at the box office, but received generally favorable reviews from critics.

Cliff Secord/The RocketeerEdit

  • [to Peevy after having a bad date with Jenny] Why don't you stick that welding torch in my ear, and call it the end of a perfect day.
  • Peevy, i have flown a plane or two in my life
  • Jenny, prepare yourself for a shock: I'm the Rocketeer.

Jenny BlakeEdit

  • The Rocke-who?
  • I've finally played a scene with Neville Sinclair.
  • [To Sinclair] Everything about you is a lie.

A. "Peevy" PeabodyEdit

  • [Wistfully] Flora Maxwell. There wasn't any point datin' nobody after her.
  • [to a pair of FBI agents] You chase a couple of two-bit crooks across our runway, crash into my pilot, and it's our fault?

DialogueEdit

Cliff Secord: [donning the Rocketeer's helmet] How do I look?
"Peevy" Peabody: Like a hood ornament.

Jenny Blake: Oh, my God... Neville Sinclair is a-
Neville Sinclair: [appears, with Lothar in tow] A what? Spy? Saboteur? Fascist? All of the above.

Jenny Blake: Everything about you is a lie.
Neville Sinclair: It wasn't lies, Jenny... It was acting. [laughs evily] I'll miss Hollywood.
[He takes off in the rocket pack.]
Cliff Secord: I don't think so.
[Barely feet from the airship, the rocket pack bursts into flames, sending Sinclair plummeting, screaming, into the Hollywoodland sign.]

CastEdit

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