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The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (1969) was a Comedy - Western Film directed by Burt Kennedy and produced by Robert Goldstein.

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The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (1969)

By Raquel Stecher on Mar 23, 2013 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog

The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (1969) is a Western and the last film produced by the independent outfit Robert Goldstein Productions. The film was directed by Burt Kennedy and features a wonderful cast including Robert Mitchum, George Kennedy, both David and John Carradine and Martin Balsam. Other n... Read full article


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Flagg: You gave me your word not to try anything, and the minute I turned my back you almost took my head off.
McKay: I didn't give you my word - I gave you my promise.
Flagg: It's the same thing!
McKay: No it ain't - one's my promise, and the other's my word!


McKay: There's only one plan and it's as plain as the nose on your face. You can't stop the train from comin' to town 'cause they got the telegraph covered. What you gotta do is stop the train from *stoppin* in town.


McKay: Waco!
[holds his right hand over his gun, challenging Waco]
Waco: You got style, McKay; I'll give you that much.
McKay: [Waco shoots first and wounds McKay. McKay pivots, fires, and kills Waco] I thought I could beat 'im.
Flagg: You beat him.


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Burt Kennedy:  ["Fight!"]  At the beginning of the fight scene, someone (in this case, an uncredited Richard Farnsworth) looks directly at the camera and yells, "Fight!"
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