Marshal Len Merrick Quotes in Along the Great Divide (1951)
Marshal Len Merrick Quotes:
Ned Roden: Who are you?
Marshal Len Merrick: My name's Merrick. I'm United States Marshal here.
Ned Roden: You're new in the territory.
Marshal Len Merrick: The law isn't.
Marshal Len Merrick: You're all guilty. You'll all pay.
Billy Shear: If she's as good cooking as she's at ambushing, what have we got to lose?
Marshal Len Merrick: Only our lives.
Timothy 'Pop' Keith: [In the midst of singing "Down in the Valley"] I never thought I'd be singin' my way to my own trial.
Marshal Len Merrick: [Painfully listening to him continue to sing] Mister, they're trying you for the wrong crime.
Marshal Len Merrick: [Seeing Dan Roden go for the gun of a sleeping deputy, he cocks his pistol and speaks authoritatively] He's asleep, but I'm not!
Marshal Len Merrick: Sorry about your son, Roden.
Ned Roden: He was worth any five men on the range. He was what I always wanted... golden in the sun... guns seemed made for his fingers. There wasn't a horse he couldn't ride or a man whose heart he couldn't win... and now he's dead - his heart smashed by a rustlers bullet.
Marshal Len Merrick: [Realizing the shooter he's struggling with is a pretty woman] Hey-hey! Kickin' won't get you anywhere - unless you're a mule.
[Noticing her physical attractiveness]
Marshal Len Merrick: I'm glad to see you're not.
Marshal Len Merrick: [Trying to treat her injuries under her pant leg with some difficulty] Sorry, but it'd be a lot easier if you wore dresses.
Ann Keith: Dresses slow yuh down!
Marshal Len Merrick: Depends on where yuh goin'.
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