Hatfield Quotes in Stagecoach (1966)
Hatfield: Put out that cigar! You're annoying the lady.
Doc Josiah Boone: Oh, I'm sorry Ma'am I'm so fond of the weed myself I sometimes forget it's unpleasant to others. Excuse me.
Hatfield: If you're a gentleman you'd know better to never smoke in the presence of a lady.
Doc Josiah Boone: You know last week I took a bullet out of fellow who had been shot by a gentleman. The bullet was in the back.
Hatfield: Are you insinuating?
Dr. Josiah Boone: Seems to me I knew your family, Henry. Didn't I fix your arm once when you, oh, bumped off a horse?
Ringo Kid: Are you Doc Boone?
Dr. Josiah Boone: I certainly am. Ah, let's see... I'd just been honorably discharged from the Union Army after the War of the Rebellion.
Hatfield: You mean the War for the Southern Confederacy, sir.
Dr. Josiah Boone: I mean nothing of the kind, sir!
Ringo Kid: That was my kid brother broke his arm. You did a good job, Doc, even if you was drunk.
Dr. Josiah Boone: Thank you, son. Professional compliments are always pleasing. What happened to that boy whose arm I fixed?
Ringo Kid: He was murdered.
Hatfield: A gentleman doesn't smoke in the presence of a lady.
Dr. Josiah Boone: Three weeks ago I took a bullet out of a man who was shot by a gentleman. The bullet was in his back!
Hatfield: You mean to insinuate...
Ringo Kid: Sit down, mister. Doc don't mean no harm.
[Bob Crandall, working undercover, leads the Rangers to the gunrunning gang's wagons]
Largo: We gotta get outta here in a hurry!
Hatfield: What happened?
Largo: We ran right into a trap set by Crandall.
Largo: He decided he'd rather be a Ranger. Smart kid.
Hatfield: That's treachery!
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