Hopalong Cassidy Returns (1936)
Windy Halliday: Deputize me, and I'll clean 'em up fer yuh.
Editor Bob Saunders: No, Windy. We must wait. We must have help - someone with brains as well as courage.
Windy Halliday: You go bringing in some outsider, and it'll be a plain case o' suicide. Why, they wouldn't have a chance!
Editor Bob Saunders: I feel sure the man I have in mind can take care of himself.
Windy Halliday: And who might this one man army be?
Editor Bob Saunders: A gentleman by the name of Hopalong Cassidy!
Windy Halliday: [stunned] Hoppy!
[he is beside himself with anticipatioon]
Windy Halliday: Holy smoke! Why didn't I think o' him before?
Saloon Hostess: [referring to Lilli interacting with Cassidy] Say, look at Lilli! She don't know whether to kiss the new marshal or kill 'em!
Saloon girl: [with a sigh] I wish I had my choice!
Editor Bob Saunders: [dying] I want you to help make this part of the country a fit place for people to live.
Hopalong Cassidy: [solemnly] I'll do my best, Bob.
Hopalong Cassidy: [threatingly to one of the gang] Don't you start anything unless you can pick it up!
Lilli Marsh: [to Cassidy with determination] I'm not interested in your choice or your orders. Lilli Marsh never runs way from anything or anybody...
[her voice turning softer]
Lilli Marsh: Besides, if I were to leave, who'd look after you?