Texas Across the River (1966) was a Comedy - Western Film directed by Michael Gordon and produced by Harry Keller.
Texas Across the River (1966) with Dean MartinBy Orson De Welles on Sep 3, 2015 From Classic Film Freak
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Lt. Sibley: Sergeant? But Rodney...
Capt. Rodney Stimpson: What was that, Corporal?
Don Andrea Baldazar aka Baldy: Ten paces.
Sam Hollis: Ten paces?
Don Andrea Baldazar aka Baldy: Why, that is customary. Do you wish to give the command to begin or shall I?
Sam Hollis: I don't know what you got in mind, Baldy, but I'm here for a shootout.
Don Andrea Baldazar aka Baldy: Precisely. You take ten steps that way; I take ten steps this way. Then we turn...
Sam Hollis: Turn? Step? I ain't here for no square dance! Now which end of town do you want to come from?
Phoebe Ann Naylor: Well, it's plain to see you're no gentleman!
[admiring Phoebe Ann's figure barely concealed by a wet blanket]
Sam Hollis: Well, it's plain to see you're not one, either.
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