Land of the Open Range (1942)
'Whopper': For ten cents I'd go down to the bank and close out my account.
'Smokey': Why? You still wouldn't have enough to pay for a shave!
[when the deputy sheriff rides up, Pinky quickly mounts his horse]
Mary Cook: What's your hurry?
Pinky Gardner: My conscience is clear, but my horse's isn't.
Dave Walton: I'd give a month's salary for a look at that map.
'Whopper': That ain't much money, but I'll give it a shot.
Mary Cook: How did you get so many people to attend our dance?
Gil Carse: They all owe me money or hope to.
[Whopper is startled by a black cat]
Pinky Gardner: Ain't nothin' but a black cat!
'Whopper': Ain't that enough?
[Outlaws threaten to kill Pinky if he doesn't leave camp]
Pinky Gardner: I've got to leave camp. It's a matter of life and death!
George 'Dad' Cook: A relative?
Pinky Gardner: My mother's only son.