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(1941)

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[on the whereabouts of a recently deceased railroad worker]

Charlie: He's being slapped with a spade right now.

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Doc Murdoch: Can you cook lamb?

Cookie: There are nine different ways to cook mutton. And I know them all!

Homer Kettle: Never mind that! Do you cook it with the hair on?

Cookie: I should say not!

Crowd: Hurray!

Homer Kettle: Then you're hired!

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Doc Murdoch: Feels like you got a slug there, pardner. A .44?

Charlie: Injun arrowhead. It don't bother me none.

Doc Murdoch: You know, some members of the medical profession like to cut them things out. But I say, let 'em stay if it's that comfortable.

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Edward Creighton: The last leg of your trip must have been rather lonesome.

Richard Blake: Well I didn't mind that as much as I did the dust. I could do with a bath.

Homer Kettle: A *bath*...?

Richard Blake: Yes, don't you approve of them?

Homer Kettle: Well if the weather's hot and you're near a river, I ain't got a thing agin 'em.

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[last lines]

[listening to the clack of the telegraph]

Richard Blake: Makes a nice sound, doesn't it, coming across a continent.

Edward Creighton: It's music.

Sue Creighton: I wish Shaw could hear it.

Edward Creighton: It's a long way from Salt Lake City to Boot Hill in Elkville, but I think he can hear it.

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Vance Shaw: The first thing to find out is what sort of game we're sitting in on.

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Edward Creighton: Well then, I guess I better see the law about this.

Jack Slade: You'll have to go back to Omaha if you do. It don't run beyond there.

Edward Creighton: I'll make some of my own!

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Vance Shaw: I like being alone.

Edward Creighton: The best place to be alone sometimes is in a crowd.

Vance Shaw: That's the way I figured it... until I ran into you.

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Vance Shaw: He says you come in peace today, but there won't be any peace if you try to take the singing wire through the Oglala nation.

Edward Creighton: Well, tell him that the Great White Father who speaks with lightning over the singing wire is sorry for the wounding of his Indian son; but the lightning talk is strong medicine and it must go through.

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Jack Slade: Suppose I don't let you go?

Vance Shaw: Why don't you stop me?

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Sue Creighton: You're happy, aren't you?

Richard Blake: Every man is when his dream is materialized.

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Richard Blake: I'd like to go with you.

Vance Shaw: Sorry, this is one job I don't trust to a tenderfoot, no matter how good he is.

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Jack Slade: Mr. Creighton, you're a good man to do business with.

Edward Creighton: But only once.

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Edward Creighton: The last leg of your trip must have been rather lonesome.

Richard Blake: Well I didn't mind that as much as I did the dust. I could do with a bath.

Homer Kettle: A *bath*...?

Richard Blake: Yes, don't you approve of them?

Homer Kettle: Well if the weather's hot and you're near a river, I ain't got a thing agin 'em.

[spits tobacco at Blake's feet]

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