Twilight on the Rio Grande (1947)
Gene Autry: I'd like permission to carry a gun.
Capt. Gonzales: A gun? Why?
Gene Autry: Because I'm joining in on this hunt and it might come in handy.
Capt. Gonzales: I can appreciate how you feel, seor, but take my advice and go back to your ranch.
Gene Autry: In other words, that's a polite way of sayin' no, isn't it?
Capt. Gonzales: (laughing) Yes. This is a matter for the police.
Gene Autry: I'm sorry, Captain. Gun or no gun, or whether you like it or not, I'm not leavin' this town until I find out who murdered my partner. Let's go, Pokie.
Gene Autry: If you guys could find stray calves as well as you can find pretty girls, you'd be the best cowpokes in this country.
Bass player Bert: You put a rose in their hair and we'd find them.
Gene Autry: Where's Dusty?
Guitar player Jerry: Over at the El Molino Verde cantina tryin' to put his brand on a little entertainer named Elena.
Gene Autry: Let's go see how he's gettin' along.
Accordion player: Nothin' doin'. We got a little brandin' job of our own to take care of.
Dusty Morgan: String wire? I'm sorry, Gene, but I'm workin' on something else.
Gene Autry: Blonde or redhead?
Dusty Morgan: See for yourself
[nods at the lovely Elena]
Gene Autry: Not bad. I'd like to meet her myself.
Dusty Morgan: So would I.
Pokie: I had two trusty pistols, had me two leather holsters hangin' by my side. I had a two-gaited pony till the day matrimony took my bridle and gave me a bride...
[someone throws a knife at Pokie, pinning his hat to the wall beside him]
Pokie: That's all, folks.