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Texas Across the River (1966) was a Comedy - Western Film directed by Michael Gordon and produced by Harry Keller.

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[during an Indian attack, the settlers run out of ammunition]
Kronk: Gun empty.
Sam Hollis: Yell, "Bang-bang."
Kronk: For Comanche need bullets, not jokes.

[last lines]
[an oil gusher erupts from the grave Lt. Sibley was digging]
Kronk: Every time dig hole, black poison shoot up! Now have to move town.
Don Andrea Baldazar aka Baldy: [disgusted] Texas. Pah!
Sam Hollis: Eh, if it was up to me, I'd give it back to the Indians.
Iron Jacket: Who wants it?

Capt. Rodney Stimpson: Finish digging that grave, Sergeant.
Lt. Sibley: Sergeant? But Rodney...
Capt. Rodney Stimpson: What was that, Corporal?

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Also directed by Michael Gordon

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