The Highwaymen (2019)
John Carroll Lynch: Lee Simmons
Lee Simmons : Governor, this has to end!
Detective John Quinn : [the Govenor is holding a meeting with her officials, who are seated around a table discussing the Bonnie and Clyde situation. She is standing in front of them] I'd like to have a say in how we handle this.
Ma Ferguson : Fine.
[Ma nods her head in agreement]
Ma Ferguson : Let's hear it.
Lee Simmons : There was a time when we put a pair of man killers on the trail and let them do their job. TEXAS RANGERS.
Detective John Quinn : There was a time... and that time's past.
Ma Ferguson : This is 1934 Lee and you want to put COWBOYS on Bonnie and Clyde? Is that what you're selling?
Lee Simmons : FRANK HAMER. That's what I'm selling.
Ma Ferguson : Well sure, why don't we just go dig up Wyatt Earp?
Detective John Quinn : Wild Bill Hickock.
Ma Ferguson : Legislature disbanded the Rangers Lee.
Lee Simmons : And you're right proud of it, aren't you, Mrs Govenor?
Ma Ferguson : Damned right I am. They took orders from no one and they left me to answer for the blood.
Lee Simmons : Seems like you're answering for it again. Govenor, Bonnie and Clyde have been on the road for over two years. Cold blooded killers who are more adored than movie stars.
[shakes his head in frustration]
Lee Simmons : This has to stop.
Ma Ferguson : [Ma turns around and walks over to the window in front of her looking at the rain pouring down and shakes her head] ... Well... Where is he?
[the image fades to Frank Hamer kneeling by a lakeside]