Writer-director John Milius has created some of the most memorable lines in contemporary movie history, such as Clint Eastwood's "This is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world . . . " speech in "Dirty Harry." In an interview, Milius says he knew it was a good piece of dialogue. "I got a little tingle," he says. "I guess I just thought it was me at the time. It was a good line and `Dirty Harry' was highly regarded - mostly by nuts - when it came out." Milius also put the "I love the smell of napalm in the morning" line in Robert Duvall's mouth in "Apocalypse Now." "When I wrote that, I thought it would be the first thing cut out of the movie," he said. "And when I saw the movie . . . Duval delivered it just wonderfully. No other actor could have gotten away with saying that."