John Wesley Hardin Quotes in Dirty Dingus Magee (1970)
John Wesley Hardin Quotes:
John Wesley Hardin: Empty your pockets!
Dingus Billy Magee: Yes sir, Mr. Hardin.
John Wesley Hardin: You know my name, huh?
Dingus Billy Magee: Yes sir. There ain't a fence post or a tree stump anywhere in these parts that don't have John Wesley Hardin's picture on it.
John Wesley Hardin: Ain't I seen a poster on you somewhere?
Dingus Billy Magee: Yes sir. The name's Magee - Dingus Magee.
John Wesley Hardin: Oh, that ten dollar outlaw.
Dingus Billy Magee: None but.
John Wesley Hardin: Ha! Ha! Ha! Hell, if I'd known that, I never would have held you up, but I got to steal something from you. Never stop a man for robbing unless you take at least something. That's the Code of the West.
John Wesley Hardin: My father, J. G. Hardin, was a preacher and circuit rider. He was a strong, God-fearing man who carried his Bible like a six-gun and fought with the Devil wherever he found him.
John Wesley Hardin: I don't back up from any man unless he was my pa.
John Wesley Hardin: There's no more law in Texas... only Yankee law.
John Wesley Hardin: Get out of here, Rosie! There's gonna be some shootin'!
John Wesley Hardin: I'm getting out of here, clear out of Texas, Jane, and we'll get that farm, Jane, just like I promised you: the well...
Jane Brown: Sure, I know. The place with the white painted fence, the green grass, and the water all year round. I don't believe that any more, Wes. I don't think you believe it! No, you'll never have that place, not now. You'll never have more than six feet of ground.
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