Stage to Chino (1940)
J. Horatio 'Boggsie' Boggs: I wouldn't ride on that stage again if it means staying in this town for the rest of my life - heaven forbid.
[Boggsie recognizes Dan as an undercover postal inspector]
J. Horatio 'Boggsie' Boggs: I never forget a face.
Dan Clark: In this case forget mine.
Dan Clark: Where is this Elliott I hear so much about?
Singer, Pals of the Golden West: His office is over there... with the "Mister" on it.
Dude Elliott: That mail contract is worth $15,000. I can afford to be generous.
Charlie Lait: I haven't noticed it.
Caroline McKay: Maybe our luck will change.
Charlie Lait: Not as long as Elliott is after the mail contract.
Caroline McKay: You mean Elliott is our bad luck?
Caroline McKay: If he's crazy enough to drive, I'm crazy enough to hire him.
Charlie Lait: But I don't understand...
Dan Clark: You wouldn't. You're not crazy.
[Dolan is unhitching Dan's stagecoach horses]
Stagecoach passenger: Having trouble?
Henchman Dolan: Not me. I'm having fun!
[Using reverse psychology, Dude convinces Slim to fight Dan]
Dude Elliott: He's just waitin' for you to start something!
Slim: Well, I'm an accommodating guy. I'll wait for him in the bar.
Slim: I've got some money burning a hole in my pocket.
Dan Clark: When you put that fire out, come and see me.
[Dan leads a henchman away to be questioned]
Dude Elliott: What do you expect to find out from him?
Dan Clark: Oh, to see if two and two make four or twelve and eight make twenty.
[fearing that Dan has stolen their gold, the miners stop his stagecoach]
J. Horatio 'Boggsie' Boggs: I'll vouch for him!
Miner: Who'll vouch for you?
Charlie Lait: What'll I tell them?
Dan Clark: Tell 'em you're Santy Claus and you've come to take back your presents.
[commenting on Caroline's half-burned stagecoach, which has been "repaired" with oilskin and wallpaper]
Dude Elliott: If you see that patchwork on the road, don't let it pass you - it might scare the horses.
J. Horatio 'Boggsie' Boggs: And don't call me Boggsie!