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Look around you, Corky. Since the riots, my people have been moving out of Five Points. My wife, her brothers were hung by the neck from those two lampposts.


Corcoran: Who did you make it for?
Craftsman: I'm not at liberty to say.
Corcoran: This is a police investigation, sir.
Craftsman: My clientele is of the highest order.
Corcoran [unholstering his gun]: You can talk, or you can pray.

Corcoran: Are you here to berate me for accusing your husband?
Elizabeth: I'm here for the truth. Did Winfred kill that little girl?
Corcoran: Yes.
Elizabeth: And he had his way with her?
Corcoran: He did.

Corcoran: Annie's in real danger.
Sister Agnes Clare: Well you're a copper, shield her from the danger.
Corcoran [exasperated]: I'm trying.

Father doesn't want to eradicate the immigrants. He just wants them to move to Hoboken.

Robert Morehouse

Elizabeth Haverford: Tell me about Kevin Corcoran. Is he prone to violence?
Det. Maguire: Yes, but he has an inherent nobility inside him.

John Reilly: Did the man who killed Kate violate her?
Corcoran: The doctor said she died a virgin.
John Reilly: Then the almighty is merciful.
Corcoran: The Almighty could'a showed Kate a touch more mercy.

The war will be over soon, and the world will be full of bright promises, and New York will lead the way. But promises are full of danger, more danger than we faced at Gettysburg.

Robert Morehouse [to Corcoran]

Morehouse: Corcoran cut off my leg and saved my life.
Corcoran: Luck of the Irish.
Morehouse: Don't be so modest, Corky. He saved my life and got himself a detective's badge.

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