Catch Me If You Can Quotes.

1. "If I catch you making eyes at Hunter Chenier tonight, it's over between us.' She looked over her shoulder. 'That a promise?"
- Nina Bruhns, Catch Me If You Can

2. "Modesty is not one of my virtues. At the time, virtue was not one of my virtues."
- Frank W. Abagnale, Catch Me If You Can

3. "A MAN’S ALTER EGO is nothing more than his favorite image of himself."
- Frank W. Abagnale, Catch Me If You Can

4. "Of course, as someone once observed, there is no right way to do something wrong,"
- Frank W. Abagnale, Catch Me If You Can

5. "The second is observation. Observation is a skill that can be developed, but I was born blessed (or cursed) with the ability to pick up on details and items the average man overlooks."
- Frank W. Abagnale, Catch Me If You Can

6. "during the first two interrogative sessions. Either I refused to answer or I would reply"
- Frank W. Abagnale, Catch Me If You Can

7. "nothing more than his favorite image of himself. The mirror in my room in the Windsor Hotel in Paris reflected my favorite image of me—a darkly handsome young airline pilot, smooth-skinned, bull-shouldered and immaculately groomed. Modesty is not one of my virtues."
- Frank W. Abagnale, Catch Me If You Can

8. "nothing more than his favorite image of himself. The mirror in my room in the Windsor Hotel in Paris reflected my favorite image of me—a darkly handsome young airline pilot, smooth-skinned, bull-shouldered and immaculately groomed. Modesty is not one of my virtues. At the time, virtue was not one of my virtues."
- Frank W. Abagnale, Catch Me If You Can

9. "Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, is the most respected, and probably the largest, commercial flight-training school in the nation, I was informed. It’s the Notre Dame of the air."
- Frank W. Abagnale, Catch Me If You Can

10. "The third factor is research, the big difference between the hard-nosed criminal and the super con man."
- Frank W. Abagnale, Catch Me If You Can

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