Two-Fisted Law (1932)
Tim Clark: [about his eviction by Russell] Just remember Russell was acting within his legal rights.
Duke: Legal be hanged! He promised to renew that note of yours and then wouldn't. It may be legal, all I can wish for Russell is a rough horse, a cactus saddle, and a long journey.
Tim Clark: Russell, you didn't think you wee going to have any trouble getting me off this place, did yuh?
Bob Russell: Well, I didn't know Clark especially afrwe all that talk that's been goin' around Eagle Pass
Tim Clark: Talk that's been goin' around Eagle Pass? What do yuh mean?
Bob Russell: What you said about me in town yesterday
Tim Clark: [feigning forgetfulness] Why I don't seem to remember. What was it?
Bob Russell: You said I was money mad.
Tim Clark: Well, aren't you?
Bob Russell: That's my business.
Tim Clark: You seem to have made quite a business out of it.
Bob Russell: You said it was a bad day for Eagle Pass when I settled in town.
Tim Clark: Yes, I still think so.
Bob Russell: [after hinting about marriage] Maybe I've changed.
Betty Owen: A coyote never changes his bark.
Bob Russell: [after Clark has killed Yokum] Clark, you're mighty lucky to get out of this - outdrawing the second fastest gun around here.
Tim Clark: Who's the fastest?
Bob Russell: Either me or you. Some day e'll find out.
Tim Clark: Nothing will give me greater pleasure.