Jack Burton: [Pointing to Chinese writing on elevator.] What does that say? Wang Chi: Hell of Boiling Oil. Jack Burton: You're kidding. Wang Chi: Yeah, I am. It says Keep Out.
Jack Burton: All I know is that this Lo Pan character comes out of thin air in the middle of a goddamn alley while his buddies are flying around on wires cutting everybody to shreds while he just STANDS there waiting for me to drive my truck straight through him with LIGHT coming out of his mouth!
Jack Burton: Would you just stop rubbing your body up against mine, because I can't concentrate when you do that.
Jack Burton: You know what Jack Burton always says... what the hell?
Jack Burton: When some wild-eyed, eight-foot-tall maniac grabs your neck, taps the back of your favorite head up against the barroom wall, looks you crooked in the eye and asks you if ya paid your dues, you just stare that big sucker right back in the eye, and you remember what ol' Jack Burton always says at a time like that: "Have ya paid your dues, Jack?" "Yessir, the check is in the mail."
The ending song is performed by The Coupe de Villes. A band whose members include John Carpenter, Nick Castle and Tommy Lee Wallace (second unit director on this picture)
Some of the lightning forms a Chinese symbol as it disappears. The symbol translates as "carpenter". This film was directed by John Carpenter.
DVD Easter Eggs: (Hidden So You Don't See Anything You Don't Want To See)
Description: Hidden Trailers & Video game screens
On the second disc highlight the Richard Edlund interview and hit the left arrow on your remote. A pair of eyes is highlighted on the side of the screen. Here you find trailers for this movie as well as The Fly and Aliens.
Also on Disc 2, view the DVD Credits. After the last page, you can view some screens from the Commodore 64 Videogame "Big Trouble in Little China."