Whispering Smith (1948)
Murray Sinclair: Guys like Smitty they don't make anymore!
Murray Sinclair: Barney heard you'd been shot up. He asked after ya.
Bill Dansing: Yeah, he seemed mighty disappointed when he heard you wasn't buried yet.
Murray Sinclair: What's the matter with you, Bill?
Bill Dansing: I don't like your friends, Murray... Rebstock... Du Sang. I know that Whitey. He's as cruel as a soft-nosed bullet. He'd shoot a dyin' man just to see him sqirm.
Bill Dansing: [to Smith and Sinclair] Havin' you two kids together again, I could spit nickles!
Murray Sinclair: [Jokingly] Go ahead, Bill.
Barney Rebstock: [to Murray giving instructions for the upsoming shootout] One man behind the rock is worth three in the open.
Luke 'Whispering' Smith: Murray, if they'd be any other way, I'd a played it differently. You know that, don't you?
[Murray tries to talk]
Luke 'Whispering' Smith: The only cards I had wee the ones you dealt me.
[Murray smiles and dies]
Murray Sinclair: [Seeing Smith on foot and soaked to the skin] You sure picked a fine night for a wash. What's the matter? Don't you like horses anymore?
Luke 'Whispering' Smith: Sure, I had one, but they shot it out from under me.
Murray Sinclair: Smitty! Smitty, we were just talking about you. How are you anyhow?
[kisses Smith on the cheek]
Luke 'Whispering' Smith: Get away from me, ya big buffalo!
Bill Baggs: What have you been doing with yourself ?
Luke 'Whispering' Smith: Hello Baggy. Hi Cap. Well, doc. This is just like coming home.
Murray Sinclair: Come here, sweetheart, let me look at you. Boy its good to see you!
Luke 'Whispering' Smith: You too, Murray.
Murray Sinclair: Here, let me help you off with these wet things.
[takes Smith's bag off his shoulder]