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The World in His Arms

The World in His Arms

Jonathan Clark: ...As for your countess Solaniva, you can tell the 'ol wench she can swim to Alaska for all I care.
Deacon Greathouse: Be sure to tell her to take the inland passage, we don't want her to scare the seals.


--John McIntire (as Deacon Greathouse) in The World in His Arms

Apache

Apache

Al Sieber: I knew Geronimo and Cochise when they were that buck's age. That's another one of the same breed. A real bronco Apache.


--John McIntire (as Al Sieber) in Apache

Apache

Apache

Al Sieber: It looks like he called the war off.
Lt. Col. Beck: Then why are you looking so glum about?
Al Sieber: I'm getting old, I guess. This is the only war we had. And we ain't likely to find another.


--John McIntire (as Al Sieber) in Apache

Apache

Apache

Al Sieber: You want us to kill you, don't you Massai, right out here in front of all your blood-thirsty brethren, so they can sing your praises around the campfire and start another war in your honor. It would be a sweet death, wouldn't it, Massai? A warrior's death. But you're not a warrior any more. You're just a whipped Indian... and nobody sings about handcuffs.


--John McIntire (as Al Sieber) in Apache

Rough Night in Jericho

Rough Night in Jericho

Ben Hickman: The difference between an amateur and a professional: a professional figures out a way to cut down the odds before he makes his move.


--John McIntire (as ) in Rough Night in Jericho


The Gunfight at Dodge City

The Gunfight at Dodge City

Doc Sam Tremaine: They say you deal blackjack with three fingers... thumb, index, and trigger.


--John McIntire (as ) in The Gunfight at Dodge City

Winchester '73

Winchester '73

Joe Lamont: Indian smoke always means the same thing... trouble.


--John McIntire (as Joe Lamont) in Winchester '73

Two Rode Together

Two Rode Together

Maj. Frazer: I'm *ordering* you to volunteer to go with McCabe and meet with Quanah Parker.
First Lt. Jim Gary: Well, uh, what about the treaty? The department's orders?
Maj. Frazer: They can scarcely apply to a deserter out of uniform. If you *don't* return, that's exactly what'll show on your record.
First Lt. Jim Gary: If I don't return, sir, it won't make much difference *what* shows on my record. When am I ordered to desert, sir?
Maj. Frazer: I don't know what you're talking about. Get out of here.


--John McIntire (as Maj. Frazer) in Two Rode Together

The Asphalt Jungle

The Asphalt Jungle

Police Commissioner Hardy: In some ways, he's the most dangerous of them all. A hardened killer. A hooligan. A man without human feeling or human mercy.


--John McIntire (as Police Commissioner Hardy) in The Asphalt Jungle

The Asphalt Jungle

The Asphalt Jungle

Police Commissioner Hardy: People are being cheated, robbed, murdered, raped. And that goes on 24 hours a day, every day in the year. And that's not exceptional, that's usual. It's the same in every city in the modern world. But suppose we had no police force, good or bad. Suppose we had... just silence. Nobody to listen, nobody to answer. The battle's finished. The jungle wins. The predatory beasts take over.


--John McIntire (as Police Commissioner Hardy) in The Asphalt Jungle

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