Tom Mix: I fell in love with a beautiful woman who believed a man was not a complete lover unless he knew how to tango.
Cheryl King, Owner of Candy Store: She didn't give you much choice.
Tom Mix: I took lessons for years.
Wyatt Earp: And what was this young lady's vocation?
Tom Mix: She was a tango instructor.
Wyatt Earp: Let's find out, you son of a bitch. Draw!
Captain Blackworth: My men will cut you to pieces.
Wyatt Earp: Not before I shoot out your eyes.
[They glare at each other. People move away]
Captain Blackworth: Another time.
Cheryl King, Owner of Candy Store: Would you really have shot him?
Wyatt Earp: No.
Cheryl King, Owner of Candy Store: Why not?
Wyatt Earp: I'm not packing a gun.
Tom Mix: Wait a minute, Wyatt, there's something we gotta get sorted out here. I threatened to rope him behind my horse and drag him, then you waltz in pretty as you please and threaten to kill him. I don't like being out-threatened.
Wyatt Earp: Sorry. Won't happen again.
Tom Mix: She's a grand girl.
Wyatt Earp: She's a grand 26 year old girl. I could have done myself permanent injury.
Wyatt Earp: How come you told Cheryl where I'm staying?
Tom Mix: Because she asked. And I figured if she asked you, you'd tell her.
Captain Blackworth: [Blackworth and Kieffer hear some noise coming from the kitchen of the "Kit Kat" club] Do you have a cat?
Dutch Kieffer: Not that big.
[last title card]
Title Card: ...and that's the way it really happened.
Title Card: Give or take a lie or two.
Cheryl King, Owner of Candy Store: Will you sleep with me?
Wyatt Earp: Cheryl, I'm old enough to be your father.
Cheryl King, Owner of Candy Store: Wyatt, you're old enough to be my grandfather. Now answer the question.