4 for Texas (1963) was a Western - Comedy Film directed by Robert Aldrich and produced by Howard W. Koch, Robert Aldrich and Walter Blake.
4 for TexasBy RBuccicone on Apr 18, 2012 From MacGuffin Movies
4 for Texas (1963) ???? Immediately upon it’s opening, 4 for Texas informs us that Charles Bronson‘s character is the villain and characters named Zack and Joe are the good guys, a fact that is easy to forget as we stumble through a sloppy story in which Rat Packers Dean Martin and Frank... Read full article
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Elya Carlson: If you're not careful, my darling, you might just have your wish.
Maxine Richter: How do you feel about marriage, Joe?
Joe Jarrett: Fine, but who'd have us?
Joe Jarrett: Oh, no, Max. You're not thinking about marriage?
Maxine Richter: No. Of course not. Why should I think about marriage?
Joe Jarrett: That's why I like you, Max. You got brains. You think like a man.
Maxine Richter: I'm glad, Joe. Then it doesn't bother you that I'm a woman?
Joe Jarrett: With what you got on, I'd be in trouble if you were a man.
Zack Thomas: Tell me something Mr. Jarrett, how many states would you say you're wanted in?
Joe Jarrett: How many states are there Mr. Thomas?
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The role of Maxine Richter was originally intended for Gina Lollobrigida.
Bette Davis declined a role in this film to do Dead Ringer.
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