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Firecreek (1968) was a Western Film directed by Vincent McEveety and produced by Philip Leacock and John Mantley.

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Johnny Cobb: [Screaming to the townspeople after finding Arthur has been taken from the jail and lynched] How could you let it happen?


Earl: [after Norman has inappropriately touched Meli, the waitress and caused her to run away] Well, times have changed, grandpa. Girl likes a little cooing first. You just can't grab her like that!
Norman: My age, son, you gotta take short cuts! Minutes count!
[the outlaws break into riotous laughter]


Bob Larkin: [to Evelyn, defending his continued choice of the outlaw life] I can't gamble with bein' nobody. I been that! It don't work for me!


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Four of the actors have links to Star Trek. Gary Lockwood, Barbara Luna, and Morgan Woodward all starred in Star Trek Episodes. Brooke Bundy appeared in a Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode.
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