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Quotes for
Elmer (Character)
from Overland Stage Raiders (1938)

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Haunted Ranch (1943)
[Elmer, Alibi's ventriloquist dummy, is reading minds]
Elmer, Alibi's dummy: Quiet! I got to concentrate here. You're thinkin' about somebody that's dead. Somebody named R... O... Roberts!
Henchman Chuck: So what? Reno Red and Roberts are all the same guy.
'Alibi' Terhune: Is that right? Do you know somebody named Roberts?
Rance Austin: I used to. Go ahead... Tell me what I'm thinkin' about.
Elmer, Alibi's dummy: I can't get it clear. No, I lost it... No, I get it. You're thinking about his money!
Rance Austin: That dummy's too smart!

[referring to Alibi]
Jim, the bartender: Say, he's looking for a job.
'Dusty' King: Well, if you're interested, be sure and come out. I'll have a good job for you.
Elmer, Alibi's dummy: How about me?
'Dusty' King: Are you a cowhand?
Elmer, Alibi's dummy: Oh, I've been a roper and a rider, a bulldogger and a fighter, a bronco buster and a dynamiter. Yippee!
'Dusty' King: I'm sorry. You haven't had enough experience.

[last lines]
'Dusty' King: Hey, fellas, they're stealin' your horses!
[Alibi, Rex and Sam rush out of the house]
'Dusty' King: Oh, pardon me, Helen, you know, that was just a gag. I don't like to say goodbye with so many people around... you know what I mean?
[bends over to kiss her]
Elmer, Alibi's dummy: Hey, you know they're stealin' your horse, too, Dusty!

Red River Range (1938)
Tommy Jones: Gee, I wish they'd hurry up.
Lullaby Joslin: You want to see the weddin', eh?
Tommy Jones: No, I want to get out of these store clothes!
Lullaby Joslin: Now, Tommy, this marriage is a serious business.
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: Yeah, and it's more serious as the years roll on.

[last lines]
Justice of the Peace: Do you swear to tell the truth and nothing but the truth, so help... Pardon me. Do you, Tex Reilly, take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife, so help you?
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: "So help him" is right!

Call the Mesquiteers (1938)
Lullaby Joslin: I'm so hungry I could eat a ghost.
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: Fried on both sides?

Texas Trouble Shooters (1942)
Elmer, Alibi's Dummy: There's a fight goin' on! Three against one!
Elmer, Alibi's Dummy: When did you learn to count?

Pals of the Saddle (1938)
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: Does Conchita's big He-man miss his little Tootsie-Wootsie?
Tucson Smith: [gazing into space with rapturous expression] A-ha...

Santa Fe Stampede (1938)
Tucson Smith: Lullaby, what's holdin' you up? We gotta go!
Lullaby Joslin: It's not me, it's Elmer.
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: I don't want to ride in this roll. I'm no hot dog!
Lullaby Joslin: Shut up or I'll put mustard on your face.
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: I'll smother! I'll suffocate! In fact, I won't be able to breathe!
Stony Brooke: Can we depend on that?

Roarin' Lead (1936)
Lullaby Joslin: [on stage with an audience] Well, Elmer, how do you feel?
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: Fine.
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: [looking around] Say, what is this?
Lullaby Joslin: This is the opera house. Whatta yuh think of it.?
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: It ain't so hot. Kinda smells bad in places - especially back there where Mr. Hackett is.
Lullaby Joslin: [the audience laughs derisively at Hackett] Well, Elmer, that's not nice. Don't you realize that Mr. Hackett is one of the biggest executives in this town?
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: Is that so?
Lullaby Joslin: You don't even know what a executive is!
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: Oh, no? An executive is a man that loses other people's money... like Mr. Hackett.

Ghost-Town Gold (1936)
[last lines]
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: I don't feel so good myself.
Lullaby Joslin: You don't feel good? What's the matter?
Elmer, Lullaby's Dummy: Some dern fool said I looked like you.

Rock River Renegades (1942)
Alibi Terhune: How do you spell phantom, Elmer?
Elmer, Alibi's Dummy: Don't ask me. Uh, I'm as ignorant as I look.
Alibi Terhune: Nobody could be that ignorant.

Arizona Stage Coach (1942)
Elmer, Alibi's dummy: Alibi, come here.
Alibi Terhune: What's bothering you, Elmer?
Elmer, Alibi's dummy: Who's going to take that money to the stage office?
Alibi Terhune: Well, I am, I reckon.
Elmer, Alibi's dummy: That's what I was afraid of. You better take me along to protect you.

The Range Busters (1940)
Elmer, Alibi's Dummy: What's the matter, Alibi?
'Alibi' Terhune: Oh, Elmer, I'm worried! I can't make head or tails of this set-up!
Elmer, Alibi's Dummy: You wouldn't know one end from the other anyhow.
'Alibi' Terhune: Aw, listen, you oughtn't to talk like that. Haven't you no respect for age?
Elmer, Alibi's Dummy: Only when it comes in bottles.