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: What's going on here and who are you? Whip Wilson
: The name's Wilson, Whip Wilson. And I might add that you're the best lookin' sheriff I've seen yet.
: Are you really the sheriff here? Alice Long
: Acting sheriff. My father's the regular sheriff, but he's sick.
[Alice pulls her pistol
] Alice Long
: Does that satisfy you? Hemingway
: Now we're getting someplace. Whip Wilson
: Very nice, ma'am, only if you were a man and tried that, you'd be dead by now. This gambling friend of yours here tried to take the life savings of an old homesteader in a card game. I happened along in time to prevent a killing. And where were you, Sheriff? Doing embroidery?
: Thank you very much, ma'am. You know, it's a good thing there aren't too many law officers like you. I'd be in trouble *all* the time.
[the rustlers accuse Whip of horse-stealing
] Jack Marlin
: What are you doin' with those horses? Whip Wilson
: I collect horses. It's a hobby of mine.
[Ted and Texas have been thrown out of a saloon for fighting
] Ted Crosby
: We didn't start anything, Whip. Marshal Whip Wilson
: Yes, I know. Same old story - you were minding your own business when somebody ran into your knuckles.
Frederick Kingsley, Lawyer
: You know you have to make a run at least one a week to hold your franchise. Joyce Westbrook
: Yes. Frederick Kingsley, Lawyer
: You have to carry at least one passenger on every one. Marshal Whip Wilson
: That's right, Joyce. Joyce Westbrook
: I didn't know that. Frederick Kingsley, Lawyer
: It's a postal regulation. They want to make sure they're doing business with a responsible passenger-carrying stage line. Joyce Westbrook
: I see. Well, that may stop me. People out here say they won't ride on my line if they were paid for it! Frederick Kingsley, Lawyer
: That's understandable. Folks don't like being shot at. You may have trouble hiring drivers, too. Marshal Whip Wilson
: Well, we'll see she won't run out of drivers. Ted Crosby
: Texas and I can ride as passengers. 'Texas'
: Sure! And if we get shot at, we'll get our money back for the tickets.
Marshal Whip Wilson
: Keep out of trouble now. Ted Crosby
: Well, don't we always? Marshal Whip Wilson
: Do I have to give you a short answer? No!
: [to Frances Martin
] Officially, of course, we're only interested in completing the survey without any more interference, but it would be nice if we could straighten out some other things at the same time. Dave Connors
: [eyeing the pretty Frances
] Unofficially, I'm interested in plenty of other things!
] Whip Wilson
: Well, Dave, this looks like good place to start. Dave Connors
: Sure is fine country, Whip. When the railroad's built, I might even take a ride on it. Whip Wilson
: The company will appreciate that, but right now we're being paid to survey this country, not admire it. Now get off that horse and start workin'.
: Well, looks like Duke Kirby's our man. All we have to do is nail him down. Jud Calvert
: Yeah, but what are we going to use for nails?
] Bob Burke
: It's about time.
[Whip tries to pull Bob, who is stuck under a porch
] Bob Burke
: Wait a minute, Whip. I can't come out now. Whip Wilson
: What's wrong? Bob Burke
: Well, it's a mighty tight squeeze under here and I just lost my pants.
[Whip breaks out laughing
] Bob Burke
: Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha. Very funny.