Brassed Off
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Harry: Blimey, Danny, you've been on 'oliday or wha'?
Danny: Howdayamean?
Harry: Well, it may've escaped your notice like the pit's under threat.
Danny: Aye. Wha'sat got'do wi'this?
Harry: Oh my. You're right. Not alot.

Nurse: Is this man bothering you?
Phil: 'Course he is. He's me dad.

Phil: I love the band - we all do - but there's other things in life, you know, that's more important.
Danny: Not in mine there isn't.

Gloria: Do you want to come up for a coffee?
Andy: I don't drink coffee.
Gloria: I haven't got any.

Harry: It's a bloody euphonium.

Andy: Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, hey ladies?
Vera: Aye, but we can do without the drugs and rock 'n' roll.

Andy: I'm not a kid any more, Jim, right?
Jim: Oh, aye. Old enough to be a scab then?
Ernie: It's all right, Andy. He doesn't mean it.
Andy: You don't mess around with words like that.
Jim: Aye, I'm sorry, Andy. I take it back. You're just a stupid fucker.
Andy: That's more like it.

Shane: I don't like seein' Dad sad, Mam, but I'd sooner see him sad than not see him at all.

Shane: How the hell do you die happy?

Factual error: When the band are playing "March of the Cobblers" at Saddleworth, Andy (tenor horn) and Harry (euphonium) are heard playing the main tune of the march. In real life however, these two instruments do not play the tune, they have separate parts for the accompaniment.

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