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Coroner Creek (1948) was a Western Film directed by Ray Enright and produced by Harry Joe Brown.

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Younger Miles: We can't afford to hunt him down ourselves. It ain't legal.
Frank Yordy: Say, that wouldn't stop you, Mr. Miles.
Younger Miles: Yordy, someday somebody's going to poke your tongue down your throat.

Younger Miles: When I pay a man, I expect him to be loyal enough to keep his mouth shut.
Chris Denning: And if you don't pay him?
Younger Miles: He still gets paid, some other way.
Chris Denning: [Speaking to a man in the bar, loud enough for everyone to hear] Hey, you there. You know Mrs. Miles? I took her home last night. She was drunk. Dead drunk.
[the others in the saloon begin to clear away]
Sheriff O'Hea: [Walking in the door] Hi, everybody. I'm serving notice on all you evildoers to make yourself scarce, because the majesty of the law has just arrived. Well, just in time!

Andy West: [toasting] Here's to an easy saddle and good riding, friend. May your boots never get dusty and your guns never rusty.

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Also directed by Ray Enright

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Also released in 1948

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