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Stage to Chino

Stage to Chino

J. Horatio 'Boggsie' Boggs: I wouldn't ride on that stage again if it means staying in this town for the rest of my life - heaven forbid.


--Hobart Cavanaugh (as ) in Stage to Chino

I Cover the Waterfront

I Cover the Waterfront

One Punch McCoy: [takes the girl's hand] I could eat you.
[then looks up to see her for the first time]
One Punch McCoy: But I'm afraid it would take months and months.


--Hobart Cavanaugh (as One Punch McCoy) in I Cover the Waterfront

I Cover the Waterfront

I Cover the Waterfront

One Punch McCoy: When two men agree, one is superfluous.


--Hobart Cavanaugh (as One Punch McCoy) in I Cover the Waterfront

Stage to Chino

Stage to Chino

[fearing that Dan has stolen their gold, the miners stop his stagecoach]
J. Horatio 'Boggsie' Boggs: I'll vouch for him!
Miner: Who'll vouch for you?


--Hobart Cavanaugh (as ) in Stage to Chino

Stage to Chino

Stage to Chino

[last lines]
J. Horatio 'Boggsie' Boggs: With my compliments - the finest baby rattle west of the Mississippi!


--Hobart Cavanaugh (as ) in Stage to Chino


Land of the Open Range

Land of the Open Range

[Outlaws threaten to kill Pinky if he doesn't leave camp]
Pinky Gardner: I've got to leave camp. It's a matter of life and death!
George 'Dad' Cook: A relative?
Pinky Gardner: My mother's only son.


--Hobart Cavanaugh (as ) in Land of the Open Range

Stage to Chino

Stage to Chino

[recurring line]
J. Horatio 'Boggsie' Boggs: And don't call me Boggsie!


--Hobart Cavanaugh (as ) in Stage to Chino

Land of the Open Range

Land of the Open Range

[when the deputy sheriff rides up, Pinky quickly mounts his horse]
Mary Cook: What's your hurry?
Pinky Gardner: My conscience is clear, but my horse's isn't.


--Hobart Cavanaugh (as ) in Land of the Open Range

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