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Gene Cordell (Character)
from The Street with No Name (1948)

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The Street with No Name (1948)
Alec Stiles: I haven't seen you around lately.
Gene Cordell: [as George Manly] I've been away.
Alec Stiles: Is that right?
Gene Cordell: Weekend in the country.
Alec Stiles: Courtesy of the city?
Gene Cordell: Something like that.

Shivvy: Out kinda late, ain'tcha?
Gene Cordell: What's the idea?
Shivvy: Where ya been, Georgie?
Gene Cordell: I took a ferry across the river.
Shivvy: What for?
Gene Cordell: What's it to ya?
Shivvy: What business you got across the river?
Gene Cordell: I said, what's it to ya?
Shivvy: You don't take ferryboat rides in the middle of the night for your health. What did ya pull?
Gene Cordell: Ya got a long nose. Why don'tcha keep it to yourself!
Shivvy: From now on y'ain't got no business that ain't Alec's.
Gene Cordell: Ya mean I gotta share my special numbers with you mugs?
Shivvy: [Smiles] What's the matter with the dames on *this* side of the river?
Gene Cordell: [Playing Shivvy's solitaire hand] you got a red queen on a red king.