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Devlin Warren (Character)
from McLintock! (1963)

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McLintock! -- Cattle baron George Washington McLintock fights his wife, his daughter, and political land-grabbers, finally "taming" them all in this Western comedy with Taming of the Shrew overtones.

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  1. McLintock! (1963) Played by Patrick Wayne

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From McLintock! (1963)
Devlin Warren: About that job Mr. McLintock.
George Washington McLintock: Look son, I told ya, I got no need for farmers. Or use for them either.
Devlin Warren: Just one minute, Mr. McLintock. My father died last month, how come we don't have a homestead. I've got a mother, a little sister to feed. I need that job badly.
George Washington McLintock: What's your name?
Devlin Warren: Devlin Warren.
George Washington McLintock: Well, you've got a job. Go see my home ranch forman. He's over by the corral.
Devlin Warren: Step down off that carriage, mister!
George Washington McLintock: [Swings and McLintock and gets thrown to the ground] Hold that hog leg! I've been punched many a time in my life but never for hirin' anyone.
Devlin Warren: I don't know what to say. Never begged before. Turned my stomach. I suppose I should have been grateful that you gave me the job.
George Washington McLintock: Gave? Boy, you've got it all wrong. I don't give jobs I hire men.
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