Goodnight Robicheaux Quotes in The Magnificent Seven (2016)
Goodnight Robicheaux Quotes:
Goodnight Robicheaux: It's like my daddy said...
Billy Rocks: What did your daddy say?
Goodnight Robicheaux: [laughs] My daddy said a lot of things!
Goodnight Robicheaux: What a merry band, we are. Me a Grey, Chisolm a Blue, Billy a mysterious man of the Orient, a drunk Irishman, a Texican, a female and her gentlemen caller. This is not going to end well.
Vasquez: I'm Mexican, cabrón. No such thing as a "Texican."
Goodnight Robicheaux: Try telling that to my granddaddy. He died at the Alamo. New Orleans Greys, long barracks, bayonets. Blood, teeth. Mauled by a horde of teeming brown devils.
Vasquez: My grandfather was one of those devils, you know. Toluca Battalion. Hey, maybe my grandfather killed your grandfather, huh?
Josh Faraday: [townsfolk all staring as they eat their dinner] Like being in one of them damn zoos.
Goodnight Robicheaux: Fame is a sarcophagus.
Josh Faraday: You read those in a book, or do you make 'em up as you go.
Goodnight Robicheaux: I'll try to use one-syllable words from now on.
Josh Faraday: What's a syllable?
Billy Rocks: I knew you'd come back.
Goodnight Robicheaux: How?
[Billy shows him his hip flask]
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