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Charlie Ford (Character)
from The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007)
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- Jesse James' Hidden Treasure (2009) (TV) Played by Cole Dresser
- The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007) Played by Sam Rockwell (as Charley Ford)
... aka "The Assassination of Jesse James" - USA (short title)
- The Plot to Kill: Jesse James (2006) (TV) Played by Matt Easton / Raleigh Dean Craighead (as Young Charlie Ford)
- Jesse James: Legend, Outlaw, Terrorist (2005) (TV) Played by Glen Vaughan
- The Outlaws of Missouri (2003) Played by Gordon Currie
- Frank & Jesse (1995) Played by Alexis Arquette
- The Long Riders (1980) Played by Christopher Guest
- Hondo and the Judas (1967) TV episode, Played by Fritz Ford
- "Tales of Wells Fargo"
- Jesse James (1957) TV episode, Played by Chris Drake
- The True Story of Jesse James (1957) Played by Frank Gorshin (as Charley Ford)
- The Great Missouri Raid (1951) Played by Louis Jean Heydt (as Charles Ford)
- The Return of Jesse James (1950) Played by Tommy Noonan
- Gunfire (1950) Played by Steve Pendleton
- I Shot Jesse James (1949) Played by Tommy Noonan (as Charles Ford)
- The Return of Frank James (1940) Played by Charles Tannen
- Jesse James (1939) Played by Charles Tannen (as Charles Ford)
... aka "Darryl F. Zanuck's Production of Jesse James" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)
Charley Ford: Hey, Dick, you ever diddled a squaw?
Dick Liddil: Shh...
Charley Ford: Come on, you can tell me. I've always wanted to lay down with a redskin.
Dick Liddil: Well, Charley, there's a feeling that comes over you gettin' inside a woman whose hands have scalped a congregation.
Wood Hite: There's a thunderous sound that comes from their cooch on account of the fact that they birth a child standing upright like a wild animal.
Charley Ford: What's it sound like?
Wood Hite: Whatever a thunderous cooch sounds like, Charley. I don't know.
Dick Liddil: No, they got a noisy quim on account of the fact that they use their cunnies as a saddlebag to carry tundries across the planes.
Charley Ford: Come on, what'd it really feel like? It feel good? Come on. Fess up, now.
Dick Liddil: I like you, Charley.
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