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    Posted: 06 April 2005 at 04:35

John Wayne, "True Grit" ----- "Fill your hands you son of a bitch!"

Sam Elliott, "The Desperate Trail" ----- "You shoulda stayed back East thief. You coulda been playin cards in a nice warm bar, instead a dyin', out here in this stinkhole!"

William Holden, "The Wild Bunch" ----- "Come on ya lazy bastard!"

Ernest Borgnine, "The Wild Bunch" ----- "I'm comin damn it!"

Ernest Borgnine, "The Wild Bunch" ----- "Give em' hell Pike!"

Paul Neuman, "Butch Cassidy" ----- "I don't know where we been, and I just been there!"

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Cleavon Little, "Blazing Saddles"----"Scuse me while I whip this out"

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Gene Wilder in "Blazing Saddles": "My name's Jim, but they usually just call me...Jim."

 

John Wayne in "Big Jake": Grandson: "I'm scared." Wayne: "I'm scared too. But don't let them know it."

Also: "They'll kill little Jake for sure." Wayne: "Not if we kill them first."

 

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I liked the Duke in the Shootist when he explained his philosophy of life to Ron Howard.

Also Duke's: "If you can't learn to respect your elders, you'll sure as hell respect your betters" in McClintock as he pulls his mouthy son down off a horse.

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Tom Seleck, Quigly Down Under.

This ain't Dodge City, and you ain't Dock Holiday.

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John Wayne in, "Big Jake" ----- "I Never knew a secret that could be kept. They know whats in that box, and they all want it. What we're doin' with this austencious display, is telling them they can't have it!"

Maureen O' Hare in "Big Jake" ----- "You haven't changed one bit, have you Jacob McCandles?"

John Wayne ----- "Not one bit!!"

Richard Boone in "Big Jake" ----- "You come real close mister, but no cigar!"

John Wayne in "Big Jake" ----- "Hey!, I'll bet you can get that fancy gun out of that fancy holster, before some fella with an old fashion six gun, BLEW A HOLE IN YA!!"

Old Man in "The Wild Bunch" ----- Oh my what a bunch! They waltzed you in with a smile on your face, and a thumb up your ass, and waltzed ya right back out again!"

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Tom Sellek in, "Quigley Down Under" ----- See Captain, we already run all the undesireables out of our country. We sent em' all back to England!"
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Old Man in, "The Wild Bunch" at the end to Robert Ryan, ----- "Why don't ya' tag along with us. Me and the boys here got some work to do. It ain't like it used to be, but it'll do!"
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I always liked the line from Treasure of Sierra Madre when the banditos finds Humphrey Bogart the second time and he is alone having killed his partner (Tim Holt): 

"Don't I know you Gringo?"

 

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Hmmm, lots of good ones.  Seeing as how the classics have been taken I'll include some of the contemporary classics.

Doc Holliday in Tombstone - "I'm your huckleberry."

Clint Eastwood in The Unforgiven - "Alright I'm comin' out.  Anybody I catch on the street I'm gonna kill.  Not only am I gonna kill them but their family and their dog, then I'm gonna burn their damn house down. And you best not be cuttin up any more whores now either or else I'll come back and kill the whole lot of you sons of bitches."

Billy the Kid in Young Guns -

"Best $1.20 I ever spent" after shooting the deputy with a double barrel 12 loaded with 6 dimes each.

"By the way, you're under arrest." After shooting the guy in the outhouse and sticking a warrant in his mouth.

"I see ya got Bill Taylor out there with ya Lieutenant!"  "Yeah Billy we got a whole lot of folks out here to take you down." Billy shoots Bill Taylor and says, "You don't have Bill Taylor with you anymore."

Of course I'm going from faulty memory so names, places and exact lines are not based on actual movie lines.  Any association with actual names, places and lines of movies is sheer coincidence. LOL.

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blazing saddle: send in the niger , dont waste a horse !!!!! or something like that .. think ill have to get the movie while the kids are home for spring break ....
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Doc Holliday challenging the big dummy in the bar in Tombstone.

"Hmmmmmm lets see now! How about a spelling contest"?

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Jack Ellam in Hawmps

" Maybe I'll shoot you with the Bisley my momma gave me for my birthday."

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"Rustler's Rhapsody" with Tom Berenger as "Rex O'Hurlihan".
" I can curse if I want to! Dodo, peepee, caca!"

To Patrick Wayne: "That wasn't nice. That wasn't nice at all!"
Patrick Wayne: "I'm a lawyer, you idiot!"

Sidekick (G.W. Bailey) to Rex, after Rex shoots Patrick Wayne: "Rex, you shot him in the head... how do you feel about that?"
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Sidekick to Eric Roberts in "Purgatory" ----- "I feel like I been ate by a Coyote and crapped off a cliff!"

Eric Roberts to Sam Shepard in "Purgatory" ----- "The odds are against ya' sheriff!".

Randy Quaid to Eric Roberts seconds later after he blows the bad guy off the roof with a shotgun. ----- "The odds are getting better!"

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Dyin' ain't much of a livin -Josey Wales

Let's do it.... Why not - The Wild Bunch

Looks like we're one hose shy.
You brough 2 to many - Once Upon A Time in The West

When you shoot aim for the heart Ramon ( Guess the movie here

Bonus ? for the real western movie lover--Name of the characcter who
carries a machine gun around in a coffin---

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You guys guess the actor(s) in the above scene. The first one is Clint the
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"Let's do it"------ William Holden, "The Wild Bunch"

"Why not"------- Warren Oates to William Holden, "The Wild Bunch", moments before they started the big shootout and slaughtered all the Mexicans.

"When you shoot aim for the heart Ramon"----- "Fistful Of Dollars" 

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"The Wild Bunch"------ "This is our last go around Dutch. This time we'll do it right!" 
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Very good built who said aim for the heart? and the bonus ?
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