John Gale Quotes in Tanganyika (1954)
John Gale Quotes:
John Gale: That donkey could have cost Andolo his life.
Dan Harder McCracken: That's right. He did a pretty decent thing. Did you have to rob him of his dignity?
John Gale: Not much dignity in a corpse.
John Gale: What's the matter with you?
Andy Marion: Nothing.
John Gale: C'mon. What are you sore about?
Andy Marion: Well, I did help you. I ran out and yelled.
John Gale: Yeah, well, look partner. I don't want you getting the idea I'm not grateful. As a matter of fact, you sort of save my life. You're a bold man. But I want you to remember on thing. There are old men and there are bold men... But there are no old, bold man, understand?
Andy Marion: What about you, Mr. Gale?
John Gale: Well, I guess I'll have to take that as kind of a compliment.
Peggy Marion: It's so hot.
John Gale: There's open country up ahead. We may get a little breeze.
Peggy Marion: How about a nice Canadian blizzard?.
Dan Harder McCracken: [after they captured a Nugumbi native] Did you get anything out of him?
John Gale: He'll take us to McCracken.
Peggy Marion: How do you know you can trust him, John?
John Gale: Well, I think he has a great desire to stay alive.
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