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This is one of my favorite quotes... "Major. We already run the misfits outta our country. We sent 'em back to England."

 

 

Matthew Quigley to Major Ashley-Pitt in "Quigley Down Under".

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This is one of my favorite quotes... "Major. We already run the misfits outta our country. We sent 'em back to England."

 

Quigley Down Under

 

"Women can no more keep her mouth shut that a yella tailed catfish!"

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Doc you are most correct, it was from the Searchers.

 

How about: He is the kind of man you want to be when you grow up...

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This is 1884. Youve gotta date and date and date and

date and sometimes marry 'em even before... you know...

 

Now, wait a minute. Are you tellin' me you've never...?

 

 

Never.

 

My god, Rex. You ARE a good guy.

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This is 1884. Youve gotta date and date and date and

date and sometimes marry 'em even before... you know...

 

Now, wait a minute. Are you tellin' me you've never...?

 

 

Never.

 

My god, Rex. You ARE a good guy.

 

 

Rustlers' Rhapsody

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I got this piece of rock candy ----- It not for eating ------ It just for looking through

 

 

Outlaw Josey Whales

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Pards, there are several quotes from earlier posts that have never been answered, why not check them, and see if you know them?

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Aint that the Mexican dude who takes em to Scar's camp in the Searchers?

 

"Have you ever been to Nacogdoches?"

War Wagon

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(Family forum edit)

 

Dennis Quaid as Doc Holliday in Costner's "Wyatt Earp".

 

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"Custer was a wussy sir. You ain't."

we were soldiers.

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"You scum suckin' pig.....

 

Ol' #4

Outlaw Josie Wells?

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Matthew Quigley to Major Ashley-Pitt in "Quigley Down Under".

Wasn't that David McCallum in "The Great Escape"? :unsure:

:blush: Ooops- Lt. Cdr Eric A.-P.

http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0008063/

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Scum sucking pigs are mentioned by Marlon Brando in One-Eyed Jacks, as I recall.

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So far as I can determine, these have yet to be answered:

 

"Put your gun away, we've got no quarrel!"

 

“If you really knew how dirty and raggedy-assed the Old West was, you wouldn’t want any part of it.”

 

"You scum suckin' pig..."

 

"All they got is freedom and pride, and looking out for one another. All they got is their rules."

 

"I was just askin' about sody pop... pigs and taters and one thing and another."

 

"Where's your cabbage shootin' Mexican pistola with flowers on the handle Robert Lee, why don't you go get it!?"

 

"wait till them mo rales sisters get a load of me"

 

"He is the kind of man you want to be when you grow up... "

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"All they got is freedom and pride, and looking out for one another. All they got is their rules."

 

 

Monte Walsh,........I believe,.......the Tom Selleck version

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“If you really knew how dirty and raggedy-assed the Old West was, you wouldn’t want any part of it.”

 

 

Tom Horn,......the Steve McQueen version

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"Where's your cabbage shootin' Mexican pistola......

 

Jack Nicholson to Marlon Brando in "The Missouri Breaks"

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"Major. We already run the misfits outta our country. We sent 'em back to England."

 

Quigley Down Under

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I guess if the earth were made of gold, men would die for a handful of dirt

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"I guess if the earth were made of gold, men would die for a handful of dirt "

 

Garden of Evil

 

Here's one:

"The day they lay you away, what I'll do on your grave won't pass for flowers. "

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So far as I can determine, these have yet to be answered:

 

 

 

"All they got is freedom and pride, and looking out for one another. All they got is their rules." Monte Walsh

 

 

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Guest mcshagnasty,sass#452

One armed deputy in movie "Unforgiven"

BINGO !

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Open Range,

 

"I ain't gonna waste a bullet to put you out of your misery you son of a bi$%#", Boss ;)

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"I guess if the earth were made of gold, men would die for a handful of dirt "

 

Garden of Evil

 

Here's one:

"The day they lay you away, what I'll do on your grave won't pass for flowers. "

Henry Morgan to John Wayne in "The Shootist"

 

"How come Injuns is always burnin' up good wagons"

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"How come Injuns is always burnin' up good wagons"

Walter Brennen in Red River

 

Here's one:

"That's too bad. That's too much gun for a man to have just for... shootin' rabbits. "

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"How come Injuns is always burnin' up good wagons"

Walter Brennen in Red River

 

Here's one:

"That's too bad. That's too much gun for a man to have just for... shootin' rabbits. "

 

Dutch Henry Brown (Stephen McNally) in Winchester 73

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"I can fly, an old woman taught me. If you care to wait, you'll see me."

 

Blue Duck to Woodrow Call, in Lonesome Dove

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how about,

 

 

"You must think I'm a real dangerous man "

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That was Richard Boone to John Wayne in "Big Jake."

 

How about this one:

 

"Teach your grandmother to suck eggs!"

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Try this one

Where's your cabbage shootin' Mexican pistola with flowers on the handle Robert Lee, why don't you go get it!?

 

Jack Nicholson to Marlon Brando in "The Missouri Breaks".

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