Hit the Saddle (1937)
[after Stoney and Rita sing a duet]
Tucson Smith: As I live and breathe, if it isn't one of them singin' cowboys!
Lullaby Joslin: That was grand singin'. I ain't heard the like since my grandpap Zubie was hung.
Lullaby Joslin: I know just how Stoney feels about it. Why, my third wife used to raise a ruckus every time I left her. Too bad about her, though. Took her out riding one day. She fell off her horse, broke her leg... we had to shoot her.
Lullaby Joslin: [as Stony goes off with gold-digging saloon girl Rita] Tucson, might be better idea to have a state law protectin' Stony instead of them wild horses.
Tucson Smith: He'll snap out of it. Don't worry.
Lullaby Joslin: With all the he-men around town, don't see what she sees in that young squirt anyhow.
Rita's Cantina Friend: [on her efforts to seduce Stony] You're gonna have a tough time, Dearie. Those boys are closer than Siamese twins.
Rita: [very self-confidently] Oh, yeah? Well, take a look at the baby that's gonna perform the operation.