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4 for Texas (1963) was a Western - Comedy Film directed by Robert Aldrich and produced by Howard W. Koch, Robert Aldrich and Walter Blake.

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By 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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Zack Thomas: Well if I have to die, I prefer being killed by the hand of a beautiful woman.
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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During one scene in the film, we see a building with a painted sign for the "SAM Company". "SAM" is the name of the production company that made the film and it stood for Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.
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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