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Quotes for
Alexander Knox (Character)
from Batman (1989)

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Batman (1989)
Knox: You know what they say? They say he can't be killed. They say he drinks blood. They say...
Eckhardt: I say... you're full of shit, Knox. Oh, uh, you can quote me on that.

Dist. Atty. Harvey Dent: We've received a letter from Batman this morning. 'Please inform the citizens of Gotham that Gotham City has earned a rest from crime. But if the forces of evil should rise again, to cast a shadow on the heart of the city, call me.'
Alexander Knox: Question. How do we call him?
Commissioner Jim Gordon: He gave us a signal.
[Commissioner Gordon activates the Bat Signal]

Vicki Vale: I'm reading your stuff.
Alexander Knox: Well, I'm reading yours.
Vicki Vale: Hi! I'm Vicki Vale.

Alexander Knox: Maybe it should be Bruce Vain!

Alexander Knox: [seeing Vicki for the first time] Hello legs!

Alexander Knox: [observing one of Wayne's odd sculptures] Check this out! He must have been "King of the Wicker People".

[about one of his suits of armor]
Bruce Wayne: It's Japanese.
Knox: How do you know?
Bruce Wayne: Because I bought it in Japan.

Alexander Knox: Mr. Dent, I love that tie. We were discussing the pros and cons of winged vigilantes. What's your stand?
Dist. Atty. Harvey Dent: Mr. Knox, we have enough problems in this city without worrying about ghosts or goblins.
Alexander Knox: Pardon me, but that's not a denial.

Alexander Knox: The rich. You know why they're so odd? Because they can afford to be.

Knox: Lieutenant, is there a six-foot bat in Gotham City? And if so, is he on the police payroll? And if so, what's he pulling down... after taxes?

Knox: Commissioner Gordon, is there a six foot bat operating in Gotham City, and is he on the police payroll, and if so... what's he pulling down... after taxes?