Asa Watts Quotes in The Cowboys (1972)
Asa Watts Quotes:
[before fighting Asa Watts]
Wil Andersen: I'm thirty years older than you are. I had my back broke once, and my hip twice. And on my worst day I could beat the hell out of you.
Asa Watts: [smiles, shakes his head] I don't think so.
Wil Andersen: You will.
[Knocks him down with a big left]
Asa Watts: You're a hard man, Mr. Andersen.
Wil Andersen: It's a hard life.
Asa Watts: What are you gonna use for hands on this drive of yours, huh? Them little bitty boys down there? Come on, you know better than that, Mr. Andersen. You know what you're gonna need to trundle them boys across the prairie, don't you? A baby carriage.
Wil Andersen: Well whatever I need I'll get.
Asa Watts: Don't you point to your ears now, son, because you ain't running back to Mr. Wil Andersen with those eyes rolling in the back of your head telling him there's these real bad men have been following us day and night. You're not gonna say that because I'm gonna come to you some night when it's real dark. I'm gonna come to you on tip toe so you ain't ever gonna be able to hear me.
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