A Big Hand for the Little Lady (1966) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Fielder Cook and produced by Fielder Cook and Joel Freeman.
A Big Hand for the Little Lady (1966)By Beatrice on Mar 12, 2019 From Flickers in Time
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Doc Joseph Scully: If you're the richest undertaker in Texas, you're entitled to a fancy rig, but if you spend your days and nights trying to keep people alive, you ride around in the likes of this.
[he shakes the reins of his carriage]
Doc Joseph Scully: Giddy-up!
Benson Tropp: Any man gets himself married is automatically stupid. Denny's just refusing to stay stupid. He just don't ever see his wife.
Otto Habershaw: Words of wisdom from the confirmed bachelor.
Benson Tropp: Confirmed and reconfirmed. I hate women.
Otto Habershaw: I believe you. You've buried enough of them.
Benson Tropp: Sure I did. I put them back where they belong.
Mrs. Drummond: Henry, we've got a lot to do.
Henry Drummond: You got nothing to do till I tell you.
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This movie was initially written for television as "Big Deal in Laredo".
Director Fielder Cook had liked James Berwick's performance so much that he insisted Berwick reprise his television role of barman Sam Rhine in this film, despite his lack of cinema experience. This was Berwick's only screen role of any note, all other appearances being bit parts.
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