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Dr. Galen Adams
: Kitty, I know this has been harder on you then anybody. He's going to be all right. I promise. Kitty Russell
: What about next time, Doc? What can you promise me about that?
: I was wonderin' if you were going to come to say goodbye. Kitty Russell
: I was wonderin' too. It isn't easy. Matt Dillon
: No, Kitty, it isn't. Kitty Russell
: Matt, I-I don't you want to think... Well, it isn't that it's... Matt Dillon
: Kitty, we've never needed explanations, have we? Kitty Russell
: No. Goodbye, Matt Matt Dillon
: Goodbye, Kitty
: You know, Kitty, it's really been good seeing you again. Maybe when all this is over and I get back...
[his sentence is incomplete as Kitty responds
] Kitty Russell
: I'll be here.
[as Matt closes the door behind him
] Kitty Russell
: Aren't I always?
: No woman ever loved a man more than I loved Matt Dillon.
: Glad ya came. You're lookin' great. Kitty Russell
: You cut that out. Matt Dillon
: What? Kitty Russell
: You listen to me, cowboy. I've got you out from underneath my fingernails and you're gonna stay out. Do you hear me? Matt Dillon
: Yes, ma'am... Kitty, I understand the rules and all, but it doesn't mean we can't still be friends, does it? Kitty Russell
: Friends? Friends? I'm staying at the Long Branch while I'm in town, so when you feel up to it, I might even buy you a beer.
: I need some answers. The scales are getting out of whack. It's hard to throw away eighteen years. Marshal Matt Dillon
: Yeah. Kitty Russell
: I know what that badge means to you, to this town, to everyone, but I'm thinking of us. I was just a kid when we met, Matt, and I was gonna live forever. I knew how things had to be with us and it was all right, but I thought that someday, some far off someday, that things would change. Well, Matt, my somedays are almost gone. I guess what I'm asking is for you to tell me to say "no" to Will Stambridge. Marshal Matt Dillon
: Kitty, you know how I feel, but that's a decision you're gonna have to make for yourself.
: You know something, I know a lady that could sure use a drink. Marshal Matt Dillon
: Well, I know a man that's ready to buy.
: Well, sometimes a woman can handle women better than a man can.
Marshal Matt Dillon
: Took her 20 years and a little buckshot, but she finally landed him. Kitty Russell
: Twenty years. That's an awful long time. I don't know whether I could wait that long. Little buckshot, huh? Marshal Matt Dillon
: Now, wait a minute. Kitty Russell
: What's a matter? You scared?
: You going to Hays for the trial? Marshal Matt Dillon
: I'll have to. Kitty Russell
: That'll take about a week, I suppose. Marshal Matt Dillon
: About. Why? Kitty Russell
: Nothing. Only you've just been away for ten days. Marshal Matt Dillon
: I have to earn a living, Kitty. Kitty Russell
: You could make more money gambling... right here in Dodge.
: [toasting a drink to Kitty
] To a very kind lady. Kitty Russell
: Kind? Well, I've been called a lot of things but that is a new one.
: Well, it looks like another good night for us. Chester Goode
: Miss Kitty, you must be about the richest woman in the entire world. Kitty Russell
: You think I'd be working if I was rich? Chester Goode
: You'll always be working... You couldn't quit. Not even if you got married. Kitty Russell
: I'd like to have the choice, Chester. I'd like that very much, at least. Chester Goode
: Why, you could get married anytime you wanted. Any man'd be a fool not to have you. Kitty Russell
: [looking up
] Here comes one now.
[Matt enters the saloon
: [after hearing Molly sings 'Silver Threads among the Gold' a slow ballad
] You have a real nice voice. Molly McConnell
: Thank you. Kitty
: But my customer don't lean to that kind of music. Molly McConnell
: What do you mean? Kitty
: Well, their a real rough bunch and they come in here to drink and look at the pretty girls and laugh and... Molly McConnell
: Well maybe I can try something else. Townsman
: [piano player
] How about this one ma'am. Molly McConnell
: [reading title with shock
] 'I tore my cotton breeches on the Mason-Dixon line' ohhh. Kitty
: We're stay with 'Silver Threads among the Gold'.
: [Kitty going to drink coffee instead of beer
] Boy, you sure changed your ways. Kitty
: Oh... you ever known me to drink anything before dark? Matt Dillon
: Well, only on cloudy days when you got confused. Kitty
: Oh your funny.
: [Kitty is worried about not seeing Doc in a few days
] No, no Doc's alright, Kitty. Kitty
: Where is he? Matt Dillon
: He's out in the country trying to keep an outlaw alive so we can hang him. Kitty
: Oh, that's nice.
: It's a fine thing when the law waste it's time with Indians and dance hall girls, when an honest rancher is getting robbed. Kitty Russell
: [as Traych walks out
] It takes all kinds.
: [at the social
] How about some punch, Louie? Louie Pheeters
: Thank you, Miss Kitty.
] Louie Pheeters
: PUNCH? Kitty
: Yes, Fruit punch. Louie Pheeters
: I thought it was punch punch. Kitty
: Wait a minutes,
[pours some whiskey in the cup
: Here some punch punch, Louie.
Marshal Matt Dillon
: You're looking pretty tonight, Kitty. Kitty Russell
: How is it you never tell me that in the daytime?
: Let me tell you something, Matt. I'm a pretty good judge of men, but I'm a mighty good judge of women. And I'll bet you a... a barrel of whiskey that this Dolly Winters is not what she's pretending to be.
[to her father
] Kitty Russell
: You're too late. I'm not quitting for you or anybody else. I've had it too rough to give up everything now that I've got a chance to live decently and to be somebody... You offer me help the first time in my life I don't need it.
: [looks down sadly at traumatized Sochi
] Well, hanging's too good for whoever did this! Marshal Matt Dillon
: Yeah, but it'll do for a start.
: [talking about Viney
] You didn't do him justice, Matt. It would take two of him to be simple minded.
[reading Doc's farewell letter
] Kitty Russell
: Living in Dodge has been the most rewarding experience of my life, but I've been so out of touch with modern medicine that when I arrived in Baltimore I felt like a schoolboy. I suddenly realized how little I know about medicine and how much has passed me by in the last twenty years... and that's why I've decided to stay on here at the university.
[Kitty, overcome with emotion, hands the letter to Newly to read
] Newly O'Brien
: This letter is the only way I know of to tell you my decision. I'll be gone from Dodge for a while. I don't know for how long, but it will not be forever. I will be back... and I'll think of you very often. I pray all of you will remember with affection, your old friend, Doc.
: [Matt in the office waiting for the Luken's family to arrive and hears a knock at the door
] Kitty! I thought I told you to stay off the streets. Kitty Russell
: Your always telling somebody something. I brought you some food.
: Oh, you're just suspicious of everybody. Marshal Matt Dillon
: Maybe that's why I'm still alive.
: [Doc is buying drinks for a couple going to marry
] Well Doc, if this is what it takes to get you to spend some money I'm gonna start promoting some more marriages around this town. Doc
: Well sure I'm in favor of that. Why... Why don't you start with Chester there? He's ready. He's over ripe. Chester Goode
: That's better than being all pruned up like some people I know. Kitty Russell
: Laughing Chester Goode
: Oh, don't laugh at him.
: [waiting to be killed by the family
] Kitty, I'm sorry you got mixed up in this. You should have gotten out of here, by yourself, when you had the chance. Kitty
: And leave you here! Not on your life! Or is that a bad joke?
: I'm gonna head up a wagon train, scout ahead, find the water and get the camp site and such as that. Kitty
: Are you serious? Chester
: I'm just not all chuckles and smiles, I've got a sober side.
: Guess who just tried to run us down outside? Olive
: Who? Kitty Russell
: Old Lucifer Jones Olive
: Now, what's he doing in town? Kitty Russell
: I don't know. Somebody must've told him that tomorrow's Christmas Eve. He probably came gunning for Santa Claus!
: Oh, if I were a man I'd break you in half. Dingo
: If you was a man it'd sure be a waste.
: [with most busy Doc has no one to talk with
] Look, why don't you go on down to the Long Branch and talk with Sam. He's there. Doc
: I don't want to talk with Sam. Kitty
: Why not? Doc
: Well, he's not a pretty as you are.
: [Sitting together in the Long Branch
] What is it, anyhow? Doc
: Oh, well, it's nitrous oxide. It's a... it's an anesthetic is what it is. It's also an intoxicant, and pretty dangerous if you get too much of it. Miss Kitty
: Well in other words, you don't recommend that we start using it here instead of whiskey, huh? Marshal Matt Dillon
: Listen, the whiskey you serve here is dangerous enough. Miss Kitty
: Oh? Except when it's on the house!
: You said yourself that you didn't see who did it. Sam Noonan
: Is there any doubt? Kitty Russell
: There isn't any proof either. Sam Noonan
: I'll make sure that works both ways. Kitty Russell
: When's it going to stop? Sam Noonan
: Somebody's got to do it.
: Will Mannon rode Ruth into town about five hours ago. Festus Haggen
: Will Mannon! Kitty Russell
: He's down at the Long Branch right now. Festus Haggen
: You want to talk about a fast gun hand? If you was to take a snake's tongue's grease it and tie it to a bolt of lightning you couldn't get nothing as fast as his gun hand!